Great to see another poster who loves football history!
It's a very good ranking! Congrats!
But let me disagree on certain things:
Jairzinho was not a winger. He was the ponta-de-lança, a mix of an AM and SS, the "10" player in Brasil just like Pele. In Botafogo, the club he played in most of his career, he was the number "10" and played the Pele role. The right winger (number 7) of that great team was Rogério, who played some games as the starter for the NT, but got injured for the WC. Jairzinho played improvised as the right winger in the 1970 team. He could not start in his true position, because there was a guy named Pele there
If you have Jairzinho in this list just because of the 1970 wc, then you should also have Rivelino, who was an AM and only played open in the left in that World Cup.
I don't understand how you don't have Pepe in the top 50. The guy is one of the greatest wingers ever. He played in the legendary Santos with Pele and scored 405 goals in his career. No player here in Brasil in the 60's, besides Pele (who had he 1000th goal in 1969) , scored more career goals than him. The man also who everythin there is. 2 world cups (as a bench player, I know). 2 Libertadores, 5 Taça Brasil (the only national championship at the time). He deserves to be in this list, easily.
Zagallo should also be in there. 2 time WC winner as a starter. He was a inovator, probably one of the first wingers who also helped defend in the midfield. Despite not having the physical natural talent or out of this world skill, he always gave 100% and that gave him the edge over some more talented players like Pepe and Canhoteiro. He was also part of the magical Botafogo team with Didi, Garrincha, Amarildo and Quarentinha.
Other brazilian players like Edu (Santos and Brazil NT), Joel (1958 wc) and Jair da Costa (Brazil 1962 and great in Italy playing for Internazionale) could also be there.