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Ballon d'Or 2005 "France Football" the 50 players

Discussion in 'Football' started by ThomasGOAL, 24 October 2005.

  1. ThomasGOAL

    ThomasGOAL Retired Footballer

    15 March 2003
    Ballon d'Or 2005 "France Football" the 50 players
    Result 28 November

    Adriano (Brésil, Inter Milan)
    Michael Ballack (Allemagne, Bayern Munich)
    David Beckham (Angleterre, Real Madrid)
    Gianluigi Buffon (Italie, Juventus Turin)
    Mauro Camoranesi (Italie, Juventus Turin)
    Fabio Cannavaro (Italie, Juventus Turin)
    Jamie Carragher (Angleterre, Liverpool)
    Petr Cech (République tchèque, Chelsea)
    Grégory Coupet (France, Lyon)
    Cris (Brésil, Lyon)
    Deco (Portugal, FC Barcelone)
    Dida (Brésil, Milan AC)
    Didier Drogba (Côte d'Ivoire, Chelsea)
    Emerson (Brésil, Juventus Turin)
    Michael Essien (Ghana, Lyon puis Chelsea)
    Samuel Eto'o (Cameroun, FC Barcelone)
    Luis Figo (Portugal, Real Madrid puis Inter Milan)
    Diego Forlan (Uruguay, Villarreal)
    Luis Garcia (Espagne, Liverpool)
    Steven Gerrard (Angleterre, Liverpool)
    Thierry Henry (France, Arsenal)
    Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Suède, Juventus Turin)
    Juninho Pernambucano (Brésil, Lyon)
    Kaka (Brésil, Milan AC)
    Frank Lampard (Angleterre, Chelsea)
    Roy Makaay (Pays-Bas, Bayern Munich)
    Claude Makelele (France, Chelsea)
    Paolo Maldini (Italie, Milan AC)
    Pavel Nedved (République tchèque, Juventus Turin)
    Michael Owen (Angleterre, Real Madrid puis Newcastle)
    Park Ji-Sung (Corée du Sud, PSV Eindhoven puis Manchester United)
    Andrea Pirlo (Italie, Milan AC)
    Raul (Espagne, Real Madrid)
    Juan Roman Riquelme (Argentine, Villarreal)
    Arjen Robben (Pays-Bas, Chelsea)
    Roberto Carlos (Brésil, Real Madrid)
    Robinho (Brésil, Real Madrid)
    Ronaldinho (Brésil, FC Barcelone)
    Ronaldo (Brésil, Real Madrid)
    Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, Manchester United)
    Wayne Rooney (Angleterre, Manchester United)
    Andreï Shevchenko (Ukraine, Milan AC)
    John Terry (Angleterre, Chelsea)
    Lilian Thuram (France, Juventus Turin)
    David Trezeguet (France, Juventus Turin)
    Marc Van Bommel (Pays-Bas, PSV Eindhoven puis FC Barcelone)
    Ruud Van Nistelrooy (Pays-Bas, Manchester United)
    Patrick Vieira (France, Arsenal puis Juventus Turin)
    Xavi (Espagne, FC Barcelone)
    Zinédine Zidane (France, Real Madrid).
  2. curswine

    curswine Premiership

    3 May 2004
    I'm a Liverpool fan and i'm outraged that Luis Garcia is their, he can't dribble to save his life and he over complicates moves, the only notable thing he has done is scored that wonderful volley against Juventus in the Champions League last year. The only other thing he has contributed is a few easy tap-ins sme of which he nearly missed... :(
  3. ThomasGOAL

    ThomasGOAL Retired Footballer

    15 March 2003
    But i think you are happy to see Jamie Carragher ;)
  4. ThomasGOAL

    ThomasGOAL Retired Footballer

    15 March 2003
    It's funny too see only 5 players from the 50 change clubs.

    Essien, Figo, Owen, Park and Van Bommel
  5. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    8 Juve players. EPL and Serie A dominating the list.
  6. SPiTFiRE

    SPiTFiRE Eusébio forever

    6 April 2004
    SL Benfica
    Cristiano Ronaldo or Frank Lampard without any doubt! :D
  7. ThomasGOAL

    ThomasGOAL Retired Footballer

    15 March 2003
    For Robbie Williams, Zidane is the best player ever !
    Thanks guy :applause:

    about the ballon'or for me, for sure it's in this 4 players :

    Steven Gerrard
    Thierry Henry
    Franck Lampard
  8. Doping

    Doping Facemaker

    20 September 2004
    Almada, Portugal
    SL Benfica
    Cristiano Ronaldo? ;s

    The same as for the best player of the world,

    Either Ronaldinho, Lampard or Deco for me...
  9. Revan

    Revan out the window

    8 August 2003
    Madeira, Portugal.
    FC Porto
    Deco, Ronaldinho, Lampard or Gerrard. One of those will get it.
  10. sonnysan

    sonnysan Guest

    You guys are all worng. The guy who is going to win this thing is named Zlatan Ibrahimovic
  11. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    If someone was to win it from Juve, it wouldnt be him.
  12. chelsea_fan

    chelsea_fan EPL LEAGUE

    3 December 2004
    chelsea fc
    Frank Lampard or Ronnie.
  13. Glavisted

    Glavisted Premiership

    20 July 2005
    Lima, Perú
    Great, my best singer and player united. \\:o/

    I think France Football will give the title to Frank Lampard while FIFA will give the title to Ronaldinho, my prefer is Frank Lampard.
  14. ALAIN

    ALAIN blue!!!!

    22 February 2005
    chelsea fc,psg
    i think they'll give it to ronaldinho but i hope Gerrard or lampard will be rewarded
  15. ClassicD

    ClassicD Galáctico

    11 November 2001
    Ronaldinho, but honourable mention to Lampard.

    P.S. Robbie Williams is a fat dancer ;).
  16. Dominic

    Dominic Serie A Staff

    19 August 2003
    A year, where no player has really distuingished himself above the rest. Thus, I WOULD give it to Maldini, though it wasn't even his best year.
  17. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Thats what Beckhenbauer and Capello say :)
  18. Revan

    Revan out the window

    8 August 2003
    Madeira, Portugal.
    FC Porto
    Well it's not like Maldini doesn't deserve it, but this isn't a career award. It's for the best player in this year, and Maldini has been better.
  19. Gedtillo

    Gedtillo Mediocentro defensivo

    13 July 2004
    I'd say Maldini. 50th anniversary of Ballon D'Or could well be an exception, and acknowledge the best defender of the last twenty years in Europe. They might not have another chance. This cannot be another Raúl/Owen case, when Raúl deserved the win by far and Owen got it.

    By the way, personally I give much more credit to the FIFA World Player award, as it is the national team's managers who vote the players, and not a French magazine and their friends. That's why some players that are not very spectacular slip into FIFA's list. By the way, how come Casillas is not in? Didn't anyone watch La Liga during 2005? OMG! :O

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