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Top 10 players of this Year?

Discussion in 'Football' started by RedLyon, 4 July 2012.

  1. RedLyon

    RedLyon Non-League

    30 December 2011
    This year means 11/12 and Euro 2012 matches.

    My top 10:
    1.Cristiano Ronaldo - Helping Madrid won La Liga and helping Portugal reach semi finals. A few amazing free kicks scored.
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    2.Lionel Messi - Helped Barcelona win Copa del Rey, heavyload of Goals in his year. This year.
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    3.Iniesta - Allround the best midfielder of today.
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    4.Xavi - A good midfielder, a lot of assist for Barcelona and Euro
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    5.David Silva - Won the Euro, Premier League, was one of the key to League Success and Aguero was helped by him a lot.
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    6.Mesut Ozil - A load of assist in Madrid, helped Germany reaching semi finals, a goal against Buffon :D
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    7.Iker Casillas - Unbeaten in a set of Euro 2012 matches, clean sheet in the final :D
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    8.Mario Gomez - Helped Bayern reach final of UEFA CL, and also 3 goals in Euro 2012.
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    9.Neymar - The skill this boy can do is amazing, rainbows, roulettes, elastico anything.
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    10.Lucas Moura - Same with Neymar, Lucas is a very young skillful dribbler :) He has a very bright future.
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    My opinion :WORSHIP:
    What's yours ? :))
     
    Last edited: 4 July 2012
  2. ThomasGOAL

    ThomasGOAL Retired Footballer

    15 March 2003
    France
    1 - Messi
    2 - C.Ronaldo
    3 - Iniesta
    4 - Xavi
    5 - S.Ramos
    6 - Casillas
    7 - Benzema
    8 - Gomez
    9 - Pirlo
    10 - Neuer
     
    Last edited: 4 July 2012
  3. -Panos-

    -Panos- Premiership

    20 December 2007
    Keratsini, Greece
    Olympiakos
    Drogba should be in somewhere!
     
  4. TheJinxedOne

    TheJinxedOne Valar Morghulis.

    20 July 2011
    The Red Keep
    CM: Bradford & ML: N/A
    1- Cristiano Ronaldo
    2- Andres Iniesta
    3- Lionel Messi
    4- Mesut Ozil
    5- Xavi
    6- Antonio Valencia
    7- Iker Casillas
    8- Clint Dempsey
    9- Wayne Rooney
    10- Robin van Persie
     
  5. drekkard

    drekkard International

    23 March 2005
    Barcelona
    Barça, Arsenal, Ajax
    If you're talking about the best player, I think there's no possible doubt here. I think of all the season as a whole.

    1) The genius. The guy who does things no one else can.

    In one of his worse seasons he won Copa del Rey, European Supercup, Spanish Supercup (scoring a hat trick against Madrid) and Fifa Clubs World Cup and broke all existing records in scoring and was the best ASSISTER in Europe. At the same time. He produced +110 goals!

    He had very bad luck against Chelsea and Barcelona a terrible season of injuries, but take his highlights and try to find someone who is able to do what he does.


    2) Ronaldo came close, but to me he's mainly a finisher. One of the best ever. But he's not a genius. His influence on the team is limited to finishing plays. And sorry but he's a terrible free kick taker (he's not even amongst the 10 best FK in La Liga according to stats). He's specially dangerous when he's got space and he's one of the best athletes in this sport, with great determination and ambition. He has had a great season, but he still lacks vision, less arrogance, less moaning and less diving to be a legend.

    3) Xavi & Iniesta & Casillas: I would put all of them in third place. They are all masters of their trade, great and humble human beings. Casillas won more silverware, but Xavi & Iniesta are geniuses.

    4) Neymar, Ribéry, Neuer, Khedira, Drogba, Mata, Silva, Touré, Borussia Dortmund as a whole, Llorente, Van Persie and Falcao.

    5) A lot of players!
     
  6. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Oh no not another list!
     
  7. Zeem

    Zeem Wonder Boy

    15 July 2006
    AC Milan
    Damn Pirlo is underrated. He had a great season with Juventus in which he was magic every game and people barely noticed. Then he went on to have an awesome Euro and still he only made one of these lists. You people are crazy! :P
     
  8. Dominic

    Dominic Serie A Staff

    19 August 2003
    Netherlands
    Almost as crazy as Allegri for dumping him :P
     
  9. TheJinxedOne

    TheJinxedOne Valar Morghulis.

    20 July 2011
    The Red Keep
    CM: Bradford & ML: N/A
    This decision saved his career IMO, his Milan career was turning stale.. Juve revitalised him
     
  10. Dominic

    Dominic Serie A Staff

    19 August 2003
    Netherlands
    They did. Remains a huge blunder on Milans part.
     
  11. Anasie10

    Anasie10 Montpellier HSC Fan

    3 September 2008
    Rabat
    Montpellier HSC
    (Hazard and Belhanda)*5 :D
     
  12. Glavisted

    Glavisted Premiership

    20 July 2005
    Lima, Perú
    Top 10 Players of the Season

    Talking about the 2011/12 season in Europe:

    01. Lionel Messi (Barcelona)
    02. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
    03. Andrés Iniesta (Barcelona)
    04. David Silva (Manchester City)
    05. Andrea Pirlo (Juventus)
    06. Falcao (Atlético Madrid)
    07. Arturo Vidal (Juventus)
    08. Mesut Özil (Real Madrid)
    09. Marco Reus (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
    10. Robin van Persie (Arsenal)
     
  13. Zeem

    Zeem Wonder Boy

    15 July 2006
    AC Milan
    That's a very good list Glavisted.
     
  14. RedLyon

    RedLyon Non-League

    30 December 2011
    Re: Top 10 Players of the Season

    Arturo Vidal, what'd he do? :CONFUSE:
     
  15. TheJinxedOne

    TheJinxedOne Valar Morghulis.

    20 July 2011
    The Red Keep
    CM: Bradford & ML: N/A
    Re: Top 10 Players of the Season

    A little bit of everything, everything game, all year.
    Can't believe I forgot about him, he was one of the player who did their bit and then some, but then never got the praise for doing so.
     
  16. odiboni

    odiboni Non-League

    25 March 2009
    Allegri did not dump him. It was Pirlo himself that rejects the 1 year contract offer. The same contract that was offered to the other senatores, Gattuso, Ambrosini, Seedorf and Inzaghi.
    But, of course people can still say that Milan "gave" Pirlo to Juventus.

    I think it was not that crazy when it is compared to when Inter "gave" Pirlo and Seedorf, or when Juventus "gave" Pippo Inzaghi to make room for Trezeguet.

    Pirlo to Juve? Yeah, it is bound to happen when Juventus "dumped" Inzaghi to Milan :))
     
  17. Dominic

    Dominic Serie A Staff

    19 August 2003
    Netherlands
    Well Trezeguet at least replaced Inzaghi more than adequatly. Pirlo was not replaced as such at Milan.

    Other blunders, does not unmake this blunder.

    And yes, one can make a convincing case of Milan giving Pirlo away with that one year contract offer.
     
  18. Damjan

    Damjan World Cup Winner

    16 July 2011
    Arsenal|Juventus|ASSE
    In Pirlo's case it's different because he played at Milan for years and then Milan just dumped him as if he was just another played they didn't need. In Inzaghi's case it was different since he didn't play for Juve that long to be considered what Pirlo is for Milan.
     
  19. Kanouté

    Kanouté #NewEra

    26 April 2008
    1) Cristiano Ronaldo
    2) Radamel Falcao
    3) Lionel Messi
    4) Andres Iniesta
    5) Andrea Pirlo
    6) Mesut Özil
    7) David Silva
    8) Didier Drogba
    9) Yaya Toure
    10) Mats Hummels
     
    Last edited: 13 July 2012
  20. Kuba

    Kuba i love pes6

    10 October 2011
    Cairo , Egypt
    Borussia Dortmund
    01-Ronaldo.
    02-Messi.
    03-Drogba.
    04-Özil.
    05-Iniesta.
    06-Falcao.
    07-van Persie.
    08-David Silva.
    09-Hummels.
    10-Casillas.
    !!
     
  21. TheJinxedOne

    TheJinxedOne Valar Morghulis.

    20 July 2011
    The Red Keep
    CM: Bradford & ML: N/A
    I know this opinion based but Drogba? Really, other than a goal in the FA Cup and The winning penalty in the Champs LgeFinal he had an otherwise dissapointing season..
     
  22. Zeem

    Zeem Wonder Boy

    15 July 2006
    AC Milan
    Yeah. :LOL: That's like naming Grosso the best left back in 2006.
     
  23. Kanouté

    Kanouté #NewEra

    26 April 2008
    Drogba did his job when it mattered most despite his age. Scored the first goal against Spurs in FA Cup semi-final, scored in the final too and he had an excellent CL campaign other than the final as well. That winning penalty in the final is only the icing on the cake. It's no similar case with Grosso's imho.
     
  24. TheJinxedOne

    TheJinxedOne Valar Morghulis.

    20 July 2011
    The Red Keep
    CM: Bradford & ML: N/A
    Grosso put Italy into the final of the WC and then scored the winning penalty in the final.. It's exactly the same
     
  25. Kanouté

    Kanouté #NewEra

    26 April 2008
    I don't try to convince you at all. I only said what I think.

    Drogba,

    scored two goals in the last game of the group stage against Valencia, saved Chelsea from (possibly) being eliminated in the group stage.

    scored the first goal against Napoli in the second leg of the round of 16. assisted Ivanovic's goal and put a brilliant performance other than the goal and assist as well.

    scored the only goal in the game against Barcelona at Stamford Bridge. worked his socks off in both legs.

    scored a vital goal (which was also very difficult) at the 88th minute in the final and led the game to extra-time.

    That's why I said it's a different case.
     
  26. Glavisted

    Glavisted Premiership

    20 July 2005
    Lima, Perú
    I'm agree, Drogba had a disappointing 2011/12 whole season.
     
  27. Cobretti

    Cobretti Red Devil

    14 July 2012
    Tallinn, Estonia
    Manchester United
    1) Cristiano Ronaldo
    2) Lionel Messi
    3) Andres Iniesta
    4) Mario Gomez
    5) Xavi
    6) Iker Casillas
    7) Robin van Persie
    8) Shinji Kagawa
    9) Mesut Özil
    10) David Silva
     
  28. Topaz

    Topaz Programmer/TheAwesomeGem

    21 October 2011
    United States
    Chelsea, Spain
    Despite his age and his injury, he did great.
     

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