Joshua y Klitschko cumplieron con el entrenamiento público en Wembley

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Wembley tendrá una semana movida y será el centro de atención del mundo boxístico gracias a la pelea por el supercampeonato pesado de la Asociación Mundial de Boxeo entre el británico Anthony Joshua y el ucraniano Wladimir Klitschko el próximo sábado. Las actividades alrededor del megacombate ya están en marcha y este martes se efectuó el entrenamiento público, en cual los pugilistas se mostraron ante los fanáticos y hablaron con la prensa.

La Arena SSE albergó la actividad, a la cual acudieron cientos de personas para ver a los protagonistas realizar sus rutinas sobre el cuadrilátero. Tanto Joshua como Klitschko trabajaron junto con sus entrenadores en sesiones leves que les sirvieron para demostrar su condición física y compartir con los presentes en el recinto.

Los dos boxeadores se mostraron muy seguros y determinados a conseguir la victoria y convertirse en el supercampeón del organismo, además de quedarse con el cinturón diseñado por parte de la AMB especialemente para la ocasión.

Además de los estelaristas, el resto de los peleadores que participarán en la velada también cumplieron con sus entrenamientos. Destacaron el británico Luke Campbell y el colombiano Darleys Pérez, quienes se medirán en un combate eliminatorio por el título ligero AMB.

Por su parte, la irlandesa Katie Taylor y su rival Nina Meinke también estuvieron presentes. Ambas disputarán la faja internacional femenina de la AMB en la división ligero.

Por Jesús Milano AMB

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  1. MAXI DE ARGENTINA 🇦🇷 (EL PROTEGIDO DE SOLOBOXEO) el

    LISTA THE RING DE LOS MEJORES BOXEADORES DE TODOS LOS TIEMPOS

    https://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anexo:Los_80_mejores_boxeadores_entre_los_años_1922-2002_según_The_Ring

    01. Sugar Ray Robinson
    02. Henry Armstrong
    03. Muhammad Ali
    04. Joe Louis
    05. Roberto Durán
    06. Willie Pep
    07. Harry Greb
    08. Benny Leonard
    09. Sugar Ray Leonard
    10. Pernell Whitaker
    11. Carlos Monzón
    12. Rocky Marciano
    13. Ezzard Charles
    14. Archie Moore
    15. Sandy Saddler

    MEXICANO QUE FEO QUE EN TU DEPORTE BANDERA…NO SEAS CAPAZ NI DE TENER AL MEJOR DE LATINOAMERICA

    A chaves, QUE PELEO CON TAXISTAS EN SU MAYORIA, LE FALTA MUCHO PARA SUPERAR A DURAN Y MONZON

  2. MAXI DE ARGENTINA 🇦🇷 (EL PROTEGIDO DE SOLOBOXEO) el

    ADONDE ESTA Chaves?

    NO EXISTIS MEXICANO

  3. JOE MILLONARIO DONALD TRUMP(el que se parece a danny devito) y (también se bañó en un jacuzzi de champán) el

    CARAMBA…. BUENA PELEA. ESTA… MI CORAZÓN ESTÁ CON KLITSCHKO.. PERO CREO QUE LA FUERZA Y LA PEGADA ESTA DE PARTE DE JOSHUA…… TIDO DEPENDE DE COMO VENGA EL UCRANIANO…. SALUDOS…

  4. JOE MILLONARIO DONALD TRUMP(el que se parece a danny devito) y (también se bañó en un jacuzzi de champán) el

    AHORA VENDRÁN LOS IDIOTAS ARGENTINOS Y DEMAS A DISCUTIR DE FÚTBOL…. ESTO YA NO ES UNA PÁGINA SERÍA DE BOXEO… CREO QUE NO VOY A COMENTAR MÁS….. NO VALE LA PENA… PURAS OFENSAS NACIONALISTAS.. DISCUSIONES HOMOXE SUALICAS… TEMAS SOBRE FÚTBOL………. NO.. NO.. ESTA PÁGINA NO ESTÁ BIEN……

  5. Si se alarga el combate le voy a klivsko a los puntos aunque no descartó un nocaut por cualquiera de los dos lados.

  6. TOÑO MARGARITO LA LEYENDA el

    Es un personaje el argentino.
    Ayer se retrato por completo, ademas en una ocasion descubri que comentaba cada hora en horario nocturno de argentina, solo un moderador es capaz de dedicarle tanto tiempo a una pagina.

    Si no es un personaje del moderador, entonces se trata de un desempleado oscioso con una obsesion tan grave que lo impulsa a pasar velando en un foro de boxeo. Aunque francamente no creo que exista alguien asi de miserabble.

  7. FAYCAN el 27 ABRIL, 2017 10:24
    Los americanos y británicos son los mejores expertos en esteroides y hormonas de crecimiento, además de enmascaradores… Los rusos les han imitado y han ido a por ellos… En atletismo casos como Florence Griffith que murió de un infarto a los 39,Marion Jones que pasó hasta por el talego, Armstrong con su EPO…, en boxeo Hollified siempre estaba relacionado con temas de esteroides pero lo taparon… En el caso británico es curioso que hace 20 años en los JJOO tenían menos medallas que España y a partir de ahí mejoraron exponencialmente…
    ……..
    CHECASTE RUKY TU QUE TANTO DEFIENDES A YOSHUA EL PACMAN NO ES EL ÚNICO INFLADO CON SUSTANCIAS PROHIBIDAS JO.

  8. MERE ESIJO LA NOTA DEL DIOZZZZ BALSERDO
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    DE LARVA KE UNA BES MAS CE LE

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    A DEMETRIUS KE NO CE KANZA DE YIANARLO
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    MARIKON A ETE TRONPUDO

    KE PAZO BALSERDOS KON ZU DIOZZZZ NO KE NAIDEN KIELE PELIAL KON EYIOS?

    POLKE PLEFIELE EL TRONPUDO KORELON DE LARVA CEGIL ENFLENTANDO BULTASOS DESKONOSIDOS KE KOMO ONBLE ENFLENTLAL LOS RETOS

    KANEKO LO RETO ETA PORKERIA KORELONA Y RESPONDIO AL RETO ASIENDOLO KOREL POL ZU BIDA!

    Y ETE BALSERDO MARATONISTA POLKE NO RESPONDE LOS RETOS DE DEMETRIOS KE NO CE KANZA DE UMIYIAL A ZU DIOZZZ

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  9. MAXI DE ARGENTINA el 27 ABRIL, 2017 16:52
    Inseguridad en Argentina? ACA NO APARECEN 50 CADAVERES MUTILADOS EH
    ……….
    GENIO PAYASO A LA LONA ARGENTINA NO ESTA JUNTO A USA EL MAYOR CONSUMISTA DE DROGAS DEL MUNDO.

  10. JOE MILLONARIO DONALD TRUMP(EL QUE SE PARECE A DANNY DEVITO) Y (TAMBIÉN SE BAÑÓ EN UN JACUZZI DE CHAMPÁN) el 27 ABRIL, 2017 19:10
    AHORA VENDRÁN LOS IDIOTAS ARGENTINOS Y DEMAS A DISCUTIR DE FÚTBOL…. ESTO YA NO ES UNA PÁGINA SERÍA DE BOXEO… CREO QUE NO VOY A COMENTAR MÁS….. NO VALE LA PENA… PURAS OFENSAS NACIONALISTAS.. DISCUSIONES HOMOXE SUALICAS… TEMAS SOBRE FÚTBOL………. NO.. NO.. ESTA PÁGINA NO ESTÁ BIEN……
    ……….
    HASTA QUE ESCUCHO UN BUEN COMENTARIO DE USTED JO

    COMO EL HATER MULTI CUENTAS DEL PAYASO NO TIENE NADA QUE PRESUMIR DE SU PAÍS EN BOXEO VIENE CON BURRADAS DE FÚTBOL ES EL COLMO.

  11. EL DE CATALUÑA el

    TONY el 27 ABRIL, 2017 20:17
    FAYCAN el 27 ABRIL, 2017 10:24
    Los americanos y británicos son los mejores expertos en esteroides y hormonas de crecimiento, además de enmascaradores…
    ——————————– ———————- —————————————–

    Con el respeto que se merecen, los mexicanos son los campeones en dopaje, y si no lo quiren aceptar les puedo enumerar alguuuuunnnnaaaassss de las tantas sanciones en diferentes deportes. Aclaro que esto no les resta la calidad demostrada por muchos de sus deportistas.

  12. El gaver sin esteroides sería otra historia el

    Yo creo que gana Joshua ya Klistko está de salida

  13. Hace falta que llegue esta pelea ya!!! Promete ser un excelente combate 👌

  14. EL DE CATALUÑA el 27 ABRIL, 2017 20:24
    TONY el 27 ABRIL, 2017 20:17
    FAYCAN el 27 ABRIL, 2017 10:24
    Los americanos y británicos son los mejores expertos en esteroides y hormonas de crecimiento, además de enmascaradores…
    ——————————– ———————- —————————————–

    Con el respeto que se merecen, los mexicanos son los campeones en dopaje, y si no lo quiren aceptar les puedo enumerar alguuuuunnnnaaaassss de las tantas sanciones en diferentes deportes. Aclaro que esto no les resta la calidad demostrada por muchos de sus deportistas.
    ……..
    NO ME HAGASREIR, ERROR, TODOS EN EL MUNDO SE DOPAN PERO MAS LOS GRINGOS Y INGLESES DE ESO NO HAY DUDA, TANTOS CAMPEONATOS NO SON DE A GRATIS.

    NUCA SE ME OLVIDARA CUANDO MAIDANA PELELEO CON LA FLOR, A LA MITAD DE LA PELEA AMBOS SE VEIAN CANSADOS, Y MISTERIOSAMENTE A LA FLOR LE DIERON UN LIQUIDO AZUL, VINO A LA VIDA LE SALIERON MAS FUERZAS QUE A MAIDANA? QUE TENDRÍA ESE MISTERIOSO LIQUIDO AZUL TE LO DEJO A TU IMAGINACIÓN.

    MEXICO NO TIENE LABORATORIOS AVANZADOS COMO LOS GRINGOS GENIO ASI QUE COMO ESTA ESO QUE MÉXICO EL CAMPEÓN DE LA TRAMPA. SI SERAS UNA NO TE DOY UNA HATER DE MEXIANOS

  15. TONY el 27 ABRIL, 2017 20:17
    FAYCAN el 27 ABRIL, 2017 10:24
    Los americanos y británicos son los mejores expertos en esteroides y hormonas de crecimiento, además de enmascaradores… Los rusos les han imitado y han ido a por ellos… En atletismo casos como Florence Griffith que murió de un infarto a los 39,Marion Jones que pasó hasta por el talego, Armstrong con su EPO…, en boxeo Hollified siempre estaba relacionado con temas de esteroides pero lo taparon… En el caso británico es curioso que hace 20 años en los JJOO tenían menos medallas que España y a partir de ahí mejoraron exponencialmente…
    ……..
    CHECASTE RUKY TU QUE TANTO DEFIENDES A YOSHUA EL PACMAN NO ES EL ÚNICO INFLADO CON SUSTANCIAS PROHIBIDAS JO.
    ————
    Dos cosas,

    La primera no te creas todo lo que lees y menos si sopla con viento de ultramar….
    La segunda a tus paisanos les encanta el clembutetol y los estereroides tanto o tan poco que a otros a diferencia que los enmascaradores en vez de ser químicos son institucionales.

  16. Buena pelea y tambien buenas ganancia economica para los boxeadores. Se dice que cada uno este ganando mas de 20 millones.
    Si la pelea se mantiene cerrada una revancha seria interesante verla y es si Klitschko llegara a ganar lo mas seguro tendrian una revancha.

  17. TONY
    “los americanos y británicos son los mejores expertos en esteroides y hormonas”

    no olvidemos que nunca se llego a profundizar lo de Floyd Mayweather (americano) protegido por la USADA cuando utilizo sustancias que ocultan sustancias prohibidas … quien sabe en cuantas peleas hizo eso…

  18. Sal Sanchez El Inmortal el

    Ya viene el Gran Marica con las bragas mojadas deseando tener al toro Ucraniano y al toro ingles bajo sus sabanas jajajajajajajajajaja

  19. Sal Sanchez El Inmortal el

    hablando de boxeo creo que el ingles tiene todo para quedarse con el triunfo por cualquier via pero una vez mas esto es boxeo y falta lo que diga el Ucraniano asi que nada esta escrito hasta el final del combate,….saludos al buen foro

  20. MAXI DE ARGENTINA 🇦🇷 el

    Positional Hall of Fame
    Positional Annual Best Player
    This is an annual award of best player in the World by four categories in 1910s to 1920s and by seven category position exclude goalkeeper since 1930. Goalkeeper list is shown in “World Annual Award of The Century” in World Football Historic Center so it is not included here. By the way, Players could appear more than once position depend on position they played in each year. Note that between 1940 and 1945 is no assessment due to World War II.

    Positional World Player of The Year (1910s to 1920s)

    Goalkeeper
    Defender
    Midfielder
    Forward
    1911
    Samuel Hardy
    Billy McCracken
    Billy Meredith
    Imre Schlosser
    1912
    Samuel Hardy
    Bob Crompton
    Nils Middelboe
    Imre Schlosser
    1913
    Samuel Hardy
    Bob Crompton
    Bok Der Korver
    Alberto Ohaco
    1914 – 1916 : No Assessment Due to World War I
    1917
    Cayetano Saporiti
    Renzo De Vecchi
    Angel Romano
    Hector Scarone
    1918
    Karoly Zsak
    Renzo De Vecchi
    Kalman Konrad
    Alfred Schaffer
    1919
    Karoly Zsak
    Karoly Fogl
    Kalman Konrad
    Arthur Friedenreich
    1920
    Jean De Bie
    A. Swartenbroeks
    Josep Samitier
    Arthur Friedenreich
    1921
    Americo Tesoriere
    A. Swartenbroeks
    Gyorgi Orth
    Arthur Friedenreich
    1922
    Heinrich Stuhlfauth
    Renzo De Vecchi
    Gyorgi Orth
    Manuel Seoane
    1923
    Elisha Scott
    Jose Nasazzi
    Alan Morton
    Charlie Buchan
    1924
    Americo Tesoriere
    Jose Nasazzi
    Jose Leandro Andrade
    Hector Scarone
    1925
    Ricardo Zamora
    Josef Fogl
    Karel-Pesek Kada
    Manuel Seoane
    1926
    Ricardo Zamora
    Virginio Rosetta
    Jose Leandro Andrade
    Hector Scarone
    1927
    Ferenc Platko
    Ludovico Bidoglio
    Jose Leandro Andrade
    Antonin Puc
    1928
    Andres Mazali
    Jose Nasazzi
    Jose Leandro Andrade
    Dixie Dean
    1929
    Ricardo Zamora
    Luigi Allemandi
    Manuel Ferreira
    Jozsef Takacs

    By Nations (All Position Combined)

    Hungary : 13
    Uruguay : 13
    UK : 11
    Argentina : 6
    Italy : 4

    Positional World Player of The Year (1930s Onwards)

    World’s Goalkeeper of the Year
    1930
    Rudolph Hiden
    1931
    Giampiero Combi
    1932
    Ricardo Zamora
    1933
    Giampiero Combi
    1934
    Ricardo Zamora
    1935
    Frantisek Plainicka
    1936
    Frantisek Planicka
    1937
    Frank Swift
    1938
    Frantisek Planicka
    1939
    Franjo Glaser
    1946
    Frank Swift
    1947
    Alexei Khomich
    1948
    Moacir Barbosa
    1949
    Sergio Livingstone
    1950
    Roque Maspoli
    1951
    Walter Zeman
    1952
    Vladimir Beara
    1953
    Walter Zeman
    1954
    Amadeo Carrizo
    1955
    Bert Trautmann
    1956
    Lev Yashin
    1957
    Vladimir Beara
    1958
    Harry Gregg
    1959
    Lev Yashin
    1960
    Lev Yashin
    1961
    Lev Yashin
    1962
    Gilmar
    1963
    Lev Yashin
    1964
    Giuliano Sarti
    1965
    Hans Tilkowski
    1966
    Gordon Banks
    1967
    Enrico Albertosi
    1968
    Dino Zoff
    1969
    Gordon Banks
    1970
    Ladislao Marzurkiewicz
    1971
    Jose Angel Iribar
    1972
    Gordon Banks
    1973
    Dino Zoff
    1974
    Jan Tomaszewski
    1975
    Sepp Maier
    1976
    Ivo Viktor
    1977
    Dino Zoff
    1978
    Ubaldo Fillol
    1979
    Ray Clemence
    1980
    Peter Shilton
    1981
    Toni Schumaccher
    1982
    Rinat Dasaev
    1983
    Jean Marie Pfaff
    1984
    Toni Schumaccher
    1985
    Neville Southall
    1986
    Toni Schumaccher
    1987
    Walter Zenga
    1988
    Rinat Dasaev
    1989
    Michael Preud’Homme
    1990
    Sergio Goycochea
    1991
    Walter Zenga
    1992
    Peter Schmeichel
    1993
    Peter Schmeichel
    1994
    Michael Preud’Homme
    1995
    Peter Schmeichel
    1996
    Jose Luis Chilavert
    1997
    Angelo Peruzzi
    1998
    Fabien Barthez
    1999
    Oliver Kahn
    2000
    Francesco Toldo
    2001
    Oliver Kahn
    2002
    Oliver Kahn
    2003
    Gianluigi Buffon
    2004
    Gianluigi Buffon
    2005
    Peter Cech
    2006
    Gianluigi Buffon
    2007
    Edwin Van Der Sar
    2008
    Iker Casillas
    2009
    Julio Cesar
    2010
    Iker Casillas
    2011
    Iker Casillas
    2012
    Iker Casillas
    2013
    Manuel Nauer
    2014 Manuel Neuer
    2015 Manuel Neuer
    By Winners
    Lev Yashin : 5
    Ricardo Zamora : 5 (Include 1920s)
    Iker Casillas : 4
    Frantisek Planicka : 4
    Peter Schemichel : 3Toni Schumaccher : 3
    Oliver Kahn : 3
    Gordon Banks : 3
    Dino Zoff : 3
    Gianluigi Buffon : 3
    Manuel Neuer : 3

    By Nations

    Italy : 14
    Germany : 11
    UK : 10
    USSR : 8
    Spain : 7
    Czechoslovakia : 6
    Yugoslavia : 3
    Argentina : 3
    Brazil : 3
    Belgium : 3
    Denmark : 3
    RLA : 3
    Austria : 3
    Uruguay : 2
    France : 1
    Holland : 1
    Poland : 1
    Chile : 1

    The Best Winner

    1. Lev Yashin (1963)
    2. Dino Zoff (1973)
    3. Lev Yashin (1960)

    The Worst Winner

    1. Alexei Khomich (1947)
    2. Sergio Livingstone (1949)
    3. Rudolphe Hiden (1930)
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    World’s Defender of The Year

    1930 Jose Nasazzi
    1931 Umberto Caligaris
    1932 Eraldo Monzeglio
    1933 Eddie Hapgood
    1934 Jacinto Quincoces
    1935 Jose Nasazzi
    1936 Karl Sesta
    1937 Paul Janes
    1938 Domingos Da Guia
    1939 Paul Janes
    1946 Carlos Sosa
    1947 Neil Flanklin
    1948 Branko Stankovic
    1949 Branko Stankovic
    1950 Erik Nilsson
    1951 Victor Rodriguez Andrade
    1952 Billy Wright
    1953 Nilton Santos
    1954 Jose Santamaria
    1955 Robert Jonquet
    1956 Nilton Santos
    1957 Billy Wright
    1958 Nilton Santos
    1959 Djalma Santos
    1960 Jose Santamaria
    1961 Djalma Santos
    1962 Karlheinz Schnellinger
    1963 Karlheinz Schnellinger
    1964 Bobby Moore
    1965 Giacinto Facchetti
    1966 Bobby Moore
    1967 Giacinto Facchetti
    1968 Giacinto Facchetti
    1969 Carlos Alberto
    1970 Bobby Moore
    1971 Giacinto Facchetti
    1972 Franz Beckenbauer
    1973 Franz Beckenbauer
    1974 Franz Beckenbauer
    1975 Elias Figueroa
    1976 Franz Beckenbauer
    1977 Elias Figueroa
    1978 Daniel Passarella
    1979 Ruud Krol
    1980 Daniel Passarella
    1981 Ruud Krol
    1982 Gaetano Scirea
    1983 Antonio Cabrini
    1984 Gaetano Scirea
    1985 Hans Peter Briegel
    1986 Manuel Amoros
    1987 Franco Baresi
    1988 Ronald Koeman
    1989 Franco Baresi
    1990 Franco Baresi
    1991 Franco Baresi
    1992 Franco Baresi
    1993 Paolo Maldini
    1994 Paolo Maldini
    1995 Matthias Sammer
    1996 Matthias Sammer
    1997 Lilian Thuram
    1998 Lilian Thuram
    1999 Jaap Stam
    2000 Roberto Carlos
    2001 Alessandro Nesta
    2002 Roberto Carlos
    2003 Alessandro Nesta
    2004 Alessandro Nesta
    2005 Fabio Cannavaro
    2006 Fabio Cannavaro
    2007 John Terry
    2008 Rio Ferdinand
    2009 John Terry
    2010 Maicon
    2011 Nemanja Vidic
    2012 Phillip Lahm
    2013 Phillip Lahm
    2014 Phillip Lahm
    2015 Daniel Alves

    By Nations

    Italy : 20
    Germany : 15
    Brazil : 11
    England : 10
    France : 5
    Uruguay : 5
    Yugoslavia : 3
    Argentina : 3
    RLA : 2
    Scandinavia : 1
    Spain : 1
    Austria : 1

    By Winners

    Franco Baresi : 5
    Jose Nasazzi (Includes 1920s)
    Franz Beckenbauer : 4
    Giacinto Facchetti : 4
    Paolo Maldini : 3
    Bobby Moore : 3

    Nilton Santos : 3

    The Best Winner

    1. Franz Beckenbauer (1974)
    2. Franz Beckenbauer (1972)
    3. Franco Baresi (1990)

    The Worst Winner

    1. Carlos Sosa (1946)
    2. Umberto Caligaris (1931)
    3. Erik Nisson (1950)

    Sub-List of Defender

    World’s Defensive Lateral of The Year

    1930 Umberto Caligaris
    1931 Umberto Caligaris
    1932 Eraldo Monzeglio
    1933 Eddie Hapgood
    1934 Eraldo Monzeglio
    1935 Karl Sesta
    1936 Karl Sesta
    1937 Paul Janes
    1938 Alfredo Foni
    1939 Paul Janes
    1946 Carlos Sosa
    1947 Schubert Gambetta
    1948 Branko Stankovic
    1949 Branko Stankovic
    1950 Erik Nilsson
    1951 Victor Rodriguez Andrade
    1952 Branko Stankovic
    1953 Nilton Santos
    1954 Victor Rodriguez Andrade
    1955 Nilton Santos
    1956 Sergio Cervato
    1957 Nilton Santos
    1958 Nilton Santos
    1959 Djalma Santos
    1960 Djalma Santos
    1961 Djalma Santos
    1962 Karlheinz Schnellinger
    1963 Karlheinz Schnellinger
    1964 Karlheinz Schnellinger
    1965 Giacinto Facchetti
    1966 Giacinto Facchetti
    1967 Giacinto Facchetti
    1968 Giacinto Facchetti
    1969 Carlos Alberto
    1970 Carlos Alberto
    1971 Giacinto Facchetti
    1972 Ruud Krol
    1973 Giacinto Facchetti
    1974 Berti Vogts
    1975 Berti Vogts
    1976 Ruud Krol
    1977 Danny Mcgrain
    1978 Phil Neal
    1979 Manfred Kaltz
    1980 Rafael Gordillo
    1981 Junior
    1982 Junior
    1983 Antonio Cabrini
    1984 Antonio Cabrini
    1985 Hans Peter Briegel
    1986 Manuel Amoros
    1987 Manuel Amoros
    1988 Eric Gerets
    1989 Andreas Brehme
    1990 Andreas Brehme
    1991 Branco
    1992 Paolo Maldini
    1993 Paolo Maldini
    1994 Jorginho
    1995 Paolo Maldini
    1996 Lilian Thuram
    1997 Lilian Thuram
    1998 Lilian Thuram
    1999 Lilian Thuram
    2000 Roberto Carlos
    2001 Bixente Lizarazu
    2002 Roberto Carlos
    2003 Roberto Carlos
    2004 Gianluca Zambrotta
    2005 Javier Zanetti
    2006 Gianluca Zambrotta
    2007 Daniel Alves
    2008 Maicon
    2009 Daniel Alves
    2010 Maicon
    2011 Eric Abidal
    2012 Phillip Lahm
    2013 Phillip Lahm
    2014 Phillip Lahm
    2015 Daniel Alves

    By Winners

    Giacinto Facchetti : 6
    Lilian Thuram : 4
    Nilton Santos : 4
    Djalma Santos : 3
    Roberto Carlos : 3
    Phillip Lahm : 3
    ___________________________________________________________________

    World’s Central Defender of The Year

    1930 Jose Nasazzi
    1931 Jacinto Quincoces
    1932 Jacinto Quincoces
    1933 Virginio Rosetta
    1934 Jacinto Quincoces
    1935 Jose Nasazzi
    1936 Pietro Rava
    1937 Reinhold Munzenberg
    1938 Domingos Da Guia
    1939 Domingos Da Guia
    1946 Sandor Szuc
    1947 Neil Franklin
    1948 Billy Wright
    1949 Neil Franklin
    1950 John Charles
    1951 Cor Van Der Hart
    1952 Billy Wright
    1953 Robert Jonquet
    1954 Jose Santamaria
    1955 Robert Jonquet
    1956 Jose Santamaria
    1957 Billy Wright
    1958 Billy Wright
    1959 Jose Santamaria
    1960 Jose Santamaria
    1961 Germano
    1962 Jan Popluhar
    1963 Mauro Ramos
    1964 Bobby Moore
    1965 Armando Picchi
    1966 Bobby Moore
    1967 Murtaz Khurtsilava
    1968 Bobby Moore
    1969 Velibor Vasovic
    1970 Bobby Moore
    1971 Franz Beckenbauer
    1972 Franz Beckenbauer
    1973 Franz Beckenbauer
    1974 Franz Beckenbauer
    1975 Elias Figueroa
    1976 Franz Beckenbauer
    1977 Elias Figueroa
    1978 Daniel Passarella
    1979 Ruud Krol
    1980 Daniel Passarella
    1981 Ruud Krol
    1982 Gaetano Scirea
    1983 Pietro Vierchowod
    1984 Gaetano Scirea
    1985 Alan Hansen
    1986 Karlheinz Forster
    1987 Franco Baresi
    1988 Ronald Koeman
    1989 Franco Baresi
    1990 Franco Baresi
    1991 Franco Baresi
    1992 Franco Baresi
    1993 Franco Baresi
    1994 Paolo Maldini
    1995 Matthias Sammer
    1996 Matthias Sammer
    1997 Jurgen Kohler
    1998 Marcel Desailly
    1999 Jaap Stam
    2000 Alessandro Nesta
    2001 Alessandro Nesta
    2002 Lucio
    2003 Alessandro Nesta
    2004 Paolo Maldini
    2005 Fabio Cannavaro
    2006 Fabio Cannavaro
    2007 Rio Ferdinand
    2008 John Terry
    2009 John Terry
    2010 Carles Puyol
    2011 Nemanja Vidic
    2012 Vincent Kompany
    2013 Thiago Silva
    2014 Diego Godin
    2015 Thiago Silva

    By Winners

    Franco Baresi : 6
    Franz Beckenbauer : 5
    Bobby Moore : 4
    Jose Santamaria : 4
    Billy Wright : 4
    Alessandro Nesta : 3
    Jacinto Quincoces : 3
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    World’s Central Midfielder of The Year

    1930 Jose Leandro Andrade
    1931 Josef Smistik
    1932 Mirolad Arsenijevic
    1933 Luis Monti
    1934 Luis Monti
    1935 Gyorgi Sarosi
    1936 Michele Andreolo
    1937 Ludwig Goldbrunner
    1938 Andreas Kupfer
    1939 Michele Andreolo
    1946 Obdulio Varela
    1947 Nestor Rossi
    1948 Danilo Alvim
    1949 Ernst Ocwirk
    1950 Obdulio Varela
    1951 Nestor Rossi
    1952 Jozsef Bozsik
    1953 Ernst Ocwirk
    1954 Jozsef Bozsik
    1955 Igor Netto
    1956 Jozsef Bozsik
    1957 Duncan Edwards
    1958 Didi
    1959 Didi
    1960 Danny Blanchflower
    1961 Josef Masopust
    1962 Josef Masopust
    1963 Zito
    1964 Valery Voronin
    1965 Jim Baxter
    1966 Franz Beckenbauer
    1967 Franz Beckenbauer
    1968 Franz Beckenbauer
    1969 Willem Van Hanegem
    1970 Gerson
    1971 Jose Pirri
    1972 Johan Neeskens
    1973 Billy Bremner
    1974 Johan Neeskens
    1975 Jose Pirri
    1976 Osvaldo Ardiles
    1977 Marco Tardelli
    1978 Osvaldo Ardiles
    1979 Falcao
    1980 Bernd Schuster
    1981 Paul Breitner
    1982 Falcao
    1983 Falcao
    1984 Jean Tigana
    1985 Junior
    1986 Soren Lerby
    1987 Lothar Matthaeus
    1988 Frank Rijkaard
    1989 Frank Rijkaard
    1990 Lothar Matthaeus
    1991 Lothar Matthaeus
    1992 Frank Rijkaard
    1993 Gheorghe Popescu
    1994 Mauro Silva
    1995 Fernando Redondo
    1996 Paolo Sousa
    1997 Fernando Redondo
    1998 Edgar Davids
    1999 Fernando Redondo
    2000 Roy Keane
    2001 Stefan Effenberg
    2002 Michael Ballack
    2003 Patrice Vieira
    2004 Steven Gerrard
    2005 Frank Lampard
    2006 Steven Gerrard
    2007 Clarence Seedorf
    2008 Xavi Hernandez
    2009 Xavi Hernandez
    2010 Xavi Hernandez
    2011 Xavi Hernandez
    2012 Xabi Alonso
    2013 Bastian Schweinsteiger
    2014 Bastian Schweinsteiger
    2015 Paul Pogba

    By Winners

    Jose Leandro Andrade : 5 (Includes 1920s)
    Lothar Matthaeus : 4
    Xavi Hernandez : 4
    Franz Beckenbauer : 3
    Frank Rijkaard : 3
    Jozsef Bozsik : 3
    Fernando Redondo : 3

    By Nations

    Germany : 13
    Brazil : 10
    Argentina : 9
    UK : 8
    Holland : 8
    Spain : 7
    Hungary : 4
    Uruguay : 4
    France : 3
    Austria : 3
    Balkan : 2
    Soviet Union : 2
    Italy : 1

    The Best Winner

    1. Didi (1958)
    2. Lothar Matthaus (1990)
    3. Falcao (1982)

    The Worst Winner

    1. Mirolad Arsenijevic (1932)
    2. Gheorghe Popescu (1993)
    3. Michele Andreolo (1939)
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    World’s Offensive Lateral of The Year

    1930 Carlos Peucelle
    1931 Raimundo Orsi
    1932 Raimundo Orsi
    1933 Cliff Bastin
    1934 Antonin Puc
    1935 Erik Brook
    1936 Arne Brustud
    1937 Ernest Lehner
    1938 Enrique Garcia
    1939 Enrique Garcia
    1946 Felix Loustau
    1947 Stanley Matthews
    1948 Felix Loustau
    1949 Karl Aage Praest
    1950 Alcides Ghiggia
    1951 Tom Finney
    1952 Estanislao Basora
    1953 Zoltan Czibor
    1954 Zoltan Czibor
    1955 Bernard Vukas
    1956 Julinho
    1957 Raymond Kopa
    1958 Garrincha
    1959 Francisco Gento
    1960 Garrincha
    1961 Garrincha
    1962 Garrincha
    1963 Pepe
    1964 Amancio
    1965 Mario Corso
    1966 Luigi Meroni
    1967 Jimmy Johnstone
    1968 George Best
    1969 Dragan Dzajic
    1970 Jairzinho
    1971 George Best
    1972 Piet Keizer
    1973 Jairzinho
    1974 Grzegorz Lato
    1975 Grzegorz Lato
    1976 Rene Houseman
    1977 Daniel Bertoni
    1978 Rob Rensenbrink
    1979 Zbigniew Boniek
    1980 Bruno Conti
    1981 Zbigniew Boniek
    1982 Zbigniew Boniek
    1983 Eder
    1984 Bruno Conti
    1985 Michel Gonzalez
    1986 Michel Gonzalez
    1987 Paolo Futre
    1988 John Barnes
    1989 Brian Laudrup
    1990 Cris Waddle
    1991 Dejan Savicevic
    1992 Gianluigi Lentini
    1993 David Ginola
    1994 Mark Overmars
    1995 Dejan Savicevic
    1996 Thomas Haesler
    1997 Brain Laudrup
    1998 Ariel Ortega
    1999 Luis Figo
    2000 Luis Figo
    2001 Luis Figo
    2002 Pavel Nedved
    2003 Ronaldinho
    2004 Ronaldinho
    2005 Ronaldinho
    2006 Ronaldinho
    2007 Cristiano Ronaldo
    2008 Cristiano Ronaldo
    2009 Cristiano Ronaldo
    2010 Arjen Robben
    2011 Nani
    2012 Franck Ribery
    2013 Franck Ribery
    2014 Arjen Robben
    2015 Gareth Bale

    By Winners

    Garrincha : 4
    Ronaldinho : 4
    Luis Figo : 3
    Cristiano Ronaldo : 3
    Zbigniew Boniek : 3

    By Nations

    Brazil : 12
    Argentina : 10
    Portugal : 8
    UK : 8
    Holland : 5
    Italy : 5
    Scandinavia : 4
    France : 4
    Spain : 4
    Poland : 4
    Yugoslavia : 4
    Germany : 2
    Czechoslovakia : 2
    Hungary : 2
    Uruguay : 1
    Wales : 1

    The Best Winner

    1. Garrincha (1962)
    2. George Best (1968)
    3. Ronaldinho (2005)

    The Worst Winner

    1. Arne Brustud (1936)
    2. Claudio Caniggia (1990)
    3. Enrique Garcia (1939)
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    World’s Offensive Midfielder of The Year

    1930 Manuel Ferreira
    1931 Alex James
    1932 Giovanni Ferrari
    1933 Luliu Baratky
    1934 Giovanni Ferrari
    1935 Alex James
    1936 Anibal Ciocca
    1937 Fritz Szepan
    1938 Fritz Szepan
    1939 Antonio Sastre
    1946 Adolfo Pedernera
    1947 Valentino Mazzola
    1948 Valentino Mazzola
    1949 Zizinho
    1950 Zizinho
    1951 Nils Liedholm
    1952 Juan Schiaffino
    1953 Raymond Kopa
    1954 Fritz Walter
    1955 Raymond Kopa
    1956 Raymond Kopa
    1957 Didi
    1958 Raymond Kopa
    1959 Alfredo Di Stefano
    1960 Luis Suarez
    1961 Luis Suarez
    1962 Dragoslav Sekularac
    1963 Gianni Rivera
    1964 Luis Suarez
    1965 Luis Suarez
    1966 Bobby Charlton
    1967 Bobby Charlton
    1968 Bobby Charlton
    1969 Gianni Rivera
    1970 Teofilo Cubillas
    1971 Sandro Mazzola
    1972 Gunther Netzer
    1973 Rivelino
    1974 Rivelino
    1975 Teofilo Cubillas
    1976 Zico
    1977 Zico
    1978 Michel Platini
    1979 Zico
    1980 Zico
    1981 Zico
    1982 Zico
    1983 Michel Platini
    1984 Michel Platini
    1985 Diego Maradona
    1986 Diego Maradona
    1987 Ruud Gullit
    1988 Ruud Gullit
    1989 Diego Maradona
    1990 Diego Maradona
    1991 Enzo Scifo
    1992 Michael Laudrup
    1993 Michael Laudrup
    1994 Gheorghe Hagi
    1995 Michael Laudrup
    1996 Rui Costa
    1997 Zinedine Zidane
    1998 Zinedine Zidane
    1999 Rui Costa
    2000 Zinedine Zidane
    2001 Zinedine Zidane
    2002 Zinedine Zidane
    2003 Pavel Nedved
    2004 Zinedine Zidane
    2005 Kaka
    2006 Zinedine Zidane
    2007 Kaka
    2008 Kaka
    2009 Steven Gerrard
    2010 Wesley Sneijder
    2011 Andres Iniesta
    2012 Andres Iniesta
    2013 Andres Iniesta
    2014 James Rodriguez
    2015 Eden Hazard

    By Winners

    Zinedine Zidane : 7
    Zico : 6
    Diego Maradona : 4
    Raymond Kopa : 4
    Luis Suarez : 4
    Michel Platini : 3
    Bobby Charlton : 3
    Andres Iniesta : 3

    By Nations

    France : 15
    Brazil : 14
    Argentina : 8
    Spain : 7
    Italy : 7
    UK : 6
    Scandinavia : 4
    Germany : 4
    Balkan : 3
    Holland : 3
    RLA : 3
    Uruguay : 2
    Portugal : 2
    Hungary : 1
    Belgium : 1

    The Best Winner

    1. Zico (1981)
    2. Diego Maradona (1986)
    3. Diego Maradona (1985)

    The Worst Winner

    1. Anical Ciocca (1936)
    2. Alex James (1931)
    3. Luliu Baratky (1933)
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    World’s Forward of The Year

    1930 Giuseppe Meazza
    1931 Giuseppe Meazza
    1932 Matthias Sindelar
    1933 Matthias Sindelar
    1934 Giuseppe Meazza
    1935 Ernest Kuzorra
    1936 Giuseppe Meazza
    1937 Gyorgi Sarosi
    1938 Gyorgi Sarosi
    1939 Jose Manuel Moreno
    1946 Angel Labruna
    1947 Alfredo Di Stefano
    1948 Ferenc Puskas
    1949 Ferenc Puskas
    1950 Ferenc Puskas
    1951 Alfredo Di Stefano
    1952 Ferenc Puskas
    1953 Ferenc Puskas
    1954 Nandor Hidegkuti
    1955 Alfredo Di Stefano
    1956 Alfredo Di Stefano
    1957 Alfredo Di Stefano
    1958 Pele
    1959 Pele
    1960 Ferenc Puskas
    1961 Omar Sivori
    1962 Pele
    1963 Pele
    1964 Pele
    1965 Pele
    1966 Florian Albert
    1967 Florian Albert
    1968 Pele
    1969 Pele
    1970 Pele
    1971 Johan Cruyff
    1972 Johan Cruyff
    1973 Johan Cruyff
    1974 Johan Cruyff
    1975 Oleg Blokhin
    1976 Rob Rensenbrink
    1977 Allan Simonsen
    1978 Mario Kempes
    1979 Diego Maradona
    1980 Diego Maradona
    1981 Karlheinz Rummenigge
    1982 Karlheinz Rummenigge
    1983 Karlheinz Rummenigge
    1984 Enzo Francescoli
    1985 Enzo Francescoli
    1986 Igor Belanov
    1987 Emilio Butragueno
    1988 Emilio Butragueno
    1989 Bebeto
    1990 Roberto Baggio
    1991 Hristo Stoichkov
    1992 Dennis Bergkamp
    1993 Roberto Baggio
    1994 Hristo Stoichkov
    1995 Gianfranco Zola
    1996 Dennis Bergkamp
    1997 Dennis Bergkamp
    1998 Rivaldo
    1999 Rivaldo
    2000 Rivaldo
    2001 Raul Gonzalez
    2002 Thierry Henry
    2003 Thierry Henry
    2004 Thierry Henry
    2005 Thierry Henry
    2006 Thierry Henry
    2007 Lionel Messi
    2008 Lionel Messi
    2009 Lionel Messi
    2010 Lionel Messi
    2011 Lionel Messi
    2012 Lionel Messi
    2013 Cristiano Ronaldo
    2014 Lionel Messi
    2015 Lionel Messi

    By Winners

    Pele : 9
    Lionel Messi : 8
    Ferenc Puskas : 6
    Alfredo Di Stefano : 5
    Thierry Henry : 5
    Johan Cruyff : 4
    Giusepe Meazza : 4
    Karlheinz Rummenigge : 3
    Rivaldo : 3
    Dennis Bergkamp : 3

    By Nations

    Argentina : 19
    Brazil : 13
    Hungary : 11
    Italy : 7
    Holland : 6
    France : 5
    Spain : 3
    Soviet Union : 2
    Austria : 2
    Uruguay : 2
    Scandinavia : 1

    The Best Winner

    1. Pele (1963)
    2. Lionel Messi (2012)
    3. Johan Cruyff (1972)

    The Worst Winner

    1. Emilio Butragueno (1988)
    2. Lionel Messi (2007)
    3. Ihor Belanov (1986)
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    World’s Striker of The Year

    1931 Jozsef Takacs
    1930 Richard Hofmann
    1932 Dixie Dean
    1933 Franz Binder
    1934 Isidro Langara
    1935 Isidro Langara
    1936 Jimmy Mcgrory
    1937 Arsenio Erico
    1938 Gyula Zsengeller
    1939 Arsenio Erico
    1946 Telmo Zarra
    1947 Rene Pontoni
    1948 Gunnar Nordahl
    1949 Ferenc Deak
    1950 Ademir De Menezes
    1951 Gunnar Nordahl
    1952 Sandor Kocsis
    1953 Nat Lofthouse
    1954 Sandor Kocsis
    1955 Eduard Streltsov
    1956 Nat Lofthouse
    1957 John Charles
    1958 Just Fontaine
    1959 John Charles
    1960 Uwe Seeler
    1961 Uwe Seeler
    1962 Jimmy Greaves
    1963 Denis Law
    1964 Denis Law
    1965 Eusebio
    1966 Eusebio
    1967 Luigi Riva
    1968 Eusebio
    1969 Luigi Riva
    1970 Gerd Muller
    1971 Gerd Muller
    1972 Gerd Muller
    1973 Gerd Muller
    1974 Gerd Muller
    1975 Fernando Morena
    1976 Roberto Bettega
    1977 Reinaldo
    1978 Han Krankl
    1979 Paolo Rossi
    1980 Erwin Vandenbergh
    1981 Roberto Dinamite
    1982 Paolo Rossi
    1983 Rudi Voller
    1984 Ian Rush
    1985 Preben Elkjaer
    1986 Gary Lineker
    1987 Hugo Sanchez
    1988 Marco Van Basten
    1989 Marco Van Basten
    1990 Hugo Sanchez
    1991 Jean Pierre Papin
    1992 Marco Van Basten
    1993 Romario
    1994 Romario
    1995 George Weah
    1996 Ronaldo
    1997 Ronaldo
    1998 Ronaldo
    1999 Gabriel Batistuta
    2000 Andriy Shevchenko
    2001 Christian Vieri
    2002 Ronaldo
    2003 Ruud Van Nistelrooy
    2004 Andriy Shevchenko
    2005 Andriy Shevchenko
    2006 Samuel Eto’o
    2007 Didier Drogba
    2008 Samuel Eto’o
    2009 David Villa
    2010 David Villa
    2011 Radamel Falcao
    2012 Zlaton Ibrahimovic
    2013 Zlaton Ibrahimovic
    2014 Diego Costa
    2015 Robert Lewandowki
    By Winners

    Gerd Muller : 5
    Ronaldo : 4
    Eusebio : 3
    Marco Van Basten : 3
    Andriy Shevchenko : 3

    By Nations

    UK : 11
    Germany : 9
    Brazil : 9
    Italy : 6
    Spain : 6
    RLA : 5
    Hungary : 5
    Scandinavia : 4
    Soviet Union : 4
    Holland : 4
    Africa : 4
    Portugal : 3
    Argentina : 2
    Austria : 2
    France : 2
    Uruguay : 1
    Poland : 1

    The Best Winner

    1. Ronaldo (1997)
    2. Eusebio (1965)
    3. Ronaldo (1996)

    The Worst Winner

    1. Erwin Vandenbergh (1980)
    2. Fernando Morena (1975)
    3. Roberto Dinamite (1981)
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    Statistics of All Positions

    By Nations

    Brazil : 72
    Italy : 60
    Argentina : 54
    Germany : 53
    UK : 53
    Spain : 35
    France : 35
    Holland : 31
    Hungary : 23
    Uruguay : 17
    Scandinavia : 17
    Soviet Union : 16
    Portugal : 13
    RLA : 13
    Yugoslavia : 11

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    Anonymous14/08/2014, 09:51
    WHERE IS ELKJAER?
    1984. 1985. 1986.-where is elkjaer

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant14/08/2014, 19:11
    Please specify why he should be ahead of Rush, Voller and Lineker in respective years.

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    Anonymous14/08/2014, 09:57
    and Michael Laudrup only two years? Scifo better then Miki in 1991? Hassler in 1992? Hagi in 1994? Why Hagi? Because he played good in world cup!? No chance! Have a nice day!

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant14/08/2014, 19:35
    First two seasons of M.Laudrup in La Liga is seen as the year of adjustment for new circumstance. He is rated below top twenty by Don Balon Award in the 1990 – 1991 season (Schuster and Bakero was rated higher than him) while Scifo achieved the best season in his career in Italy. There was not a top-class performance of Hagi in club career and there was not many great candidates in his position. Anyway, I could agree to replace Haesler by M.Laudrup in 1992 for his better prime in the 1992 European Cup although absent in the most important tournament at UEFA Euro.

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    Anonymous15/08/2014, 02:35
    In 1984. Rush was better in statistics and trophies, but Elkjaer was a better for eyes. In “ballon d or”, Ekjaer was a third, and Rush was fourth. In 1985. Voller played for Werder whitout trophies and finished 11. in “ballon d or”. Elkjaer was a second in 1985.- “ballon d or”, and he was created miracle in serie A. He also played perfect in national team. 1986. Lineker was a second, and Elkjaer was a fourth in “ballon d or”. Both players without trophies. For me, Rush, Voller and Lineker were classic shooters, but Elkjær he excelled in all aspects of the offensive game. I must admit that for me is a big surprise to the player as he was Elkjær, which is in the three to four years was a “side by side” Platini and Maradona are not quoted better.
    His style of play was very distinctive and exciting.

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant15/08/2014, 07:25
    I’d not take all Ballon’dor place seriously since it is depend on voter’s personal views and some of those have been criticized. Hence, We should have analysed performance of player to check whether Ballon’Dor result has been reasonable. As I check again, I admit that Elkjaer was an omission in 1985, could replace Voller who was outstanding only in club career while Elkjaer was remarkable for both club and NT. In 1984, I see rush had a difficult time with playing at his nation, had no goal in four games participation, certainly below what Elkjaer contributed for his nation in the 84 UEFA Euro. Nevertheless, Rush was a key player of Liverpool in triple champion (League, League Cup and European Cup) and Elkjaer was not evaluated in top five best player in Belgian Golden Shoe. That let me to save Rush in his place. In 1986, Elkjaer was seen to decline in his club performance at Verona according to media rating. Lineker achieved his best season in this year and it has been debatable about Elkjaer’s Bronze Ball in the World Cup as Denmark was ended the tournament at only second round as a record-break lose to Spain 5-1.

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    Anonymous15/08/2014, 05:14
    I know I’m boring, but after commend this your idea of ​​all these great football players, I will have a little look back at Michael Laudrup neglect in these your choices. If Iniesta, Beckenbauer, Raul, Figo, Cruyff, Romario, Javier Clemente, Stoichkov and others talk about Laudrup in such superlatives (can be seen in Wikipedia Laudrup), I think I can write that unjustifiably neglected in all these elections. Michael Laudrup is one of the 5-6 best players of the world in the last 40 years, and there has not been included in the 50 best players of the world all the time. Best regards!

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant15/08/2014, 07:33
    Your cite the mentions of many great football personalities on M.Laudrup and applied to the ranking is just deviated from the corrective correlation. Laudrup is undoubtedly one of the most talent playmakers ever but he several times could not fulfill his potential. You cannot ignore what Platini and Cruyff mentioned that he was the best player in training and one of the best player who is most difficult to work with.

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    Anonymous15/08/2014, 13:08
    I am satisfied with your answers. I think these are relatively objective. I’m not a Dane, but the “Danish Dynamite” will stay in my memory for a lifetime. Of course, most Michael Laudrup. I do not know if you’ve seen documentaries Sky Sports on the 25 best players of the world all the time because Laudrup is also included here. I follow this site every day and I am very satisfied. However, I would still ask, do Puyol, Sergio Ramos and Paul Scholes also do not deserve a better position? Best regards!

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    Anonymous15/08/2014, 14:01
    The truth is this for Platini. Cruyff but it is still much more elevated than criticized. One can not ignore the fact that said Beckenbauer. For him Laudrup the best player in the 90s. For Iniesta is the best of all time. Raul best with which he played. For Figo best against which he played. For Robert Galia, he did unbelievable things of Maradona, Platini and Baggio. etc. …. He was elected best player of the Primera 1974-1999. I think that says a lot. Good night!

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    Anonymous18/08/2014, 01:11
    I think you should also revise your Positional Annual Best Player list before 1930.
    It probably does not reflect your current opinion any more.
    I have found the following inconsistencies compared with your Top3 European and South American lists:
    In 1921 you still have Scarone as the best forward, but the best American is Friedenreich.
    In 1924 you still have Petrone as the best forward, but the best American is Scarone.
    In 1925 was Meiklejohn still a better midfielder than Andrade?
    In 1926 you still have Camsell as the best forward, but the best European is now Alex Jackson, also a forward. Perhaps even Scarone was better.
    In 1927 Pesek is the best midfielder, but he is not in the European top3. Does it mean that Andrade, a midfielder and the best American, is not better than the 4th European? It can, I am just interested in your opinion.
    In 1928 you still have Scarone as the best midfielder, but the best American is Andrade, also a midfielder.

    Regards,
    Karoly

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant18/08/2014, 02:14
    In 1925, I’ve changed my mind to select Karel Pesek Kada as the best midfielder (J.Leandro Andrade did not play for his nation in that year)
    In 1926, I’m not sure Jackson should be considered as FW as his position should be comparable to winger today.I agree to replace Camsell who played in second division by Scarone.
    In 1927, Oh ! You can find it, Actually J.Leandro Andrade must be the best midfielder.

    Now I have revised other points than your notification.

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    Anonymous10/09/2014, 16:41
    The years on this list are “Seasonal Years” or “Calendar Years”?

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant11/09/2014, 08:59
    Primarily Calendar year but the fact that it is difficult to rate player across seasons properly, I’d prefer switch to seasonal year but it has to spend long time as a future plan.

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant20/09/2014, 02:04
    I mistook to name Sam Hardy as the best keeper in the World between 1917 and 1919 where he actually did not play any league game due to World War I. Thereby I have revised. I also name Billy McCracken as the best DF in the World in 1911 replace Bob Crompton.

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant20/10/2014, 22:00
    Dear, Readers

    I just add best annual winners and worst annual winners in each position.

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    Anonymous28/10/2014, 02:41
    Hi!

    Could you please explain me why you have named Leo Messi as the best forward of 2014? As much as I love him (and as much as I hate C. Ronaldo), Cristiano Ronaldo has clearly done better than him this year…

    Davide

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant28/10/2014, 08:25
    This ranking is based on seasonal year 2013 – 2014 include World Cup. Criteria give more proportion to world cup than UEFA Champion league. That means Messi is clearly advantageous. In domestic (La Liga + Copa Del Rey), they’re considered equally.

    Anonymous28/10/2014, 11:36
    I understand, but if you consider the whole season, Ronaldo:
    – has scored more than Messi in the Spanish championship;
    – has scored much more than Messi in the Champions League, and has set a new record for number of goals in a single edition;
    – has won the Spanish Cup
    – has won the UEFA Champions League

    Messi hasn’t won anything (and trust me, I’m sorry for that).

    It is true that Messi reached the final of the World Cup, but he has only scored in the group stage against weak teams, and in the 8th-finals, quarter finals, semifinals and final his contribution to the team has been less and less. He has won the award as the best player of the competition, but I (and I think you as well) have many doubts about this prize…

    Davide

    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant28/10/2014, 18:54
    Messi did not superb in world cup and is not deserved the best player of the tournament but still has a far distance of superior to C.Ronaldo who was even failed partially due to injury.Messi did not fail in UCL even had some amount of world-class performance. If consider average distance between them in both international competition, Messi is clearly advantageous.

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    Anonymous29/10/2014, 06:00
    Ok, I don’t completely agree with you but I see your point.

    Could you please tell me where do you find the statistics for players being “world class” or “international class” in each season? Are they available on the internet? I would really really like to read them!

    Thanks,
    Davide

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant29/10/2014, 06:36
    Anyway if consider only peak regardless of competition level partition, C.Ronaldo has a higher peak in UCL but world cup is important enough as a basic requirement of best player in the world.

    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant29/10/2014, 06:50
    Bigsoccer.com has provided many rating evidences but only Kicker rates player in the class format. Other than that, I apply point rating, awards and statistics to classify performance of players by myself.

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    Anonymous10/11/2014, 07:33
    Where is Hughie Gallacher ?

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant10/11/2014, 18:18
    His peak season at 1926 – 1927 was performed in only half of season and in the next season, it is unfortunate for him as Dixie Dean scores phenomenon record of goals.

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    Anonymous25/04/2015, 05:27
    I am sometimes really fascinating, as are neglected players from Denmark. I am from the former Yugoslavia. “Danish Dynamite” was one of my favorite teams. I wonder by which criteria Lothar Matthaus in 1986 was better than Soren Lerby? “France Football” – 1985- Lerby was the 13th player of Europe, and Matthaus did not get the vote, 1986- Lerby was the 14th player of Europe, and Matthaus 25th player. By “Kicker” that looks like this:

    1984-85
    2.46 Sören Lerby
    2.58Lothar Matthäus
    2.74 Gerhard Bold
    2.85 Olaf Thon
    2.86 Ralf Falkenmayer

    1985-86
    2:27 Norbert Meier
    2.65 Sören Lerby
    2.72 Asgeir Sigurvinsson
    2.73 Karl Allgöwer
    2.88 Thomas Zechel

    These are the best midfielders Bundesliga

    At the World Championships in Mexico Matthaus has not been chosen in the best team, although Germany came to the final of the Mundial where mainly talk about Denmark, USSR and Diego Maradona. Best Wishes!

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    Anonymous25/04/2015, 05:56
    1986 Lerby was in all segments better player than Matthäus. They played and in the same club. Later Matthaus will of course skip Lerby in all segments. Put Luis Fernandez front Lerby on the position of central midfielder is very funny.

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant25/04/2015, 07:08
    OK, you have a reasonable point s provided. I also check in dbscalcio which Lerby is rated at 6.57 in 1985 – 1986 while Matthus received only 6.33. I’m OK to raise Lerby ahead of Luis Fernandez

    Anonymous25/04/2015, 14:28
    Thank You!

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    Anonymous16/06/2015, 06:12
    Morten Olsen- 1983- best defender, 17. place (balon d or- best position defender)
    1984- 6.place (world soccer), in “balon d or” only Briegel is better. 3.place in Belgian championship.

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    Anonymous25/11/2015, 08:24
    I think you should a ranking based on country. I.e the 100 greatest English players. Would be an interesting read

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant25/11/2015, 20:22
    It is partially available in international legendary museum xtralegend.blogspot.com
    In each nation or nation group, I have made the list of best players, in example, top 50 British player ever.

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    Anonymous13/01/2016, 03:46
    1991. best offensive midfielder can be only prosinecki or michael laudrup!!!

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant13/01/2016, 07:26
    M.Laudrup was not in his brilliant performance in 1991. Prosinecki finished 4th in 1991 Ballon’dor is questionable when he did not even won Croatian player of the year which was given to Boban. Note that players are selected based on calendar year and Prosinecki was out for almost the whole of second half.

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    Anonymous16/01/2016, 00:29
    This is incorrect. In calendar 1991, Laudrup was a brilliant. 1991 began war beetwen Croatia and Serbia. Prosinecki played for serbian club. That’s the only reason why he was not the best player in Croatia.

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant16/01/2016, 05:17
    Laudrup was rated by Don Balon at 21st best player in the 1990 – 1991 season. Anyway, another source “EL Mundo” rated him in fourth place. Anyway, this season is not one of the best of his so why I said it is not his brilliant performance. Moreover, Laudrup did not participate in international games with Denmark in this year, is disadvantageous to Scifo even his club performance is better.

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    Anonymous16/01/2016, 00:35
    and best winger in 1990 was a Waddle. He was better then Caniggia

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant16/01/2016, 05:20
    As reviewed, I agree on this comment. Caniggia was in his peak in the 1991 – 1992 season but the second half of the 1990 – 1991 season is below international standard. Waddle is better in overall.

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    Anonymous16/01/2016, 14:07
    Im not sure for Scifo abd Laudrup. Horever, for me best player for that position in 1991 is Prosinecki. But yes, he was injury when he came to Real

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    Anonymous06/02/2016, 14:23
    Congratulations!!
    Who are the best defensive lateral, central defensive, central midfielder, offensive lateral, offensive midfielder forward and striker from 1910-1920? I can only see the, Goalkeeper, Defender, Midfielder, Forward. without any specification. Thank you very much for your work. A fan.

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant08/02/2016, 17:57
    There was no defensive lateral in that era. For other positions as following ;
    Central Midfielder : Obviously Jose Leandro Andrade
    Offensive Midfielder : Gyorgi Orth but he was sometimes switched to FW and CM position
    Offensive Lateral : I think it should be Alan Morton since you’re not include 1900s when Billy Meredith also spent his career at that period.
    Forward : Obviously Hector Scarone
    Striker : Obviously Arthur Friedenreich

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    Anonymous09/03/2016, 13:22
    Very interesting job!

    However can you explain why in 2014 Best Centre Back, Ramos is ahead of Godín? Ramos scores important goals (CL final) it’s true, but wasn’t exactly the best. Godín was a key member of At. Madrid champions 2013/2014 (and best defender – shame for LFP Awards) and appear in the UEFA Best Team and UCL Team of the Year.

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant10/03/2016, 22:57
    Uhm, I think you have made an interesting point. I see Godin was named as La LIga player of the month twice times but the reliability of awards is full of doubt when Messi also won only time and it is even worse when Sergo Ramos obtained the rating in dbscalcio just at 5.74 point in average for the 2013 – 2014 La Liga Season. I now agree to replace Ramos by Godin.

    Anonymous11/03/2016, 11:06
    Thanks for the reply.

    5,74 is incredible LOW for a “World Class Defender”!!! I’m really surprise. How precise is dbscalcio?

    Anonymous13/03/2016, 07:33
    It’s me again. I tought that Rio Ferdinand could be the world best Defender in the Year of 2008, not in 2007.

    For the year of 2007, John Terry have better rating that Rio, and appear in two Best XI of the Year: FIFPro and UEFA team of the Year. Other interesting player is Nesta but his rating is lower than Terry and Rio, but appear in both those Best XI (make goods games in UCL).

    About Rio he didn’t appear in any best XI 2006/2007 that i’ve found, but appear in the 2008 ESM team of the year and FIFpro 2008. However didn’t appear in l’équipe best team of 2008. Also his rating is pretty similar to Terry rating (that also appear in FIFPro 2008 and l’equipe 2008, but not in PFA team of the same year).

    What’s your opinion?

    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant18/03/2016, 03:02
    In 2008, I see Rio was named in PFA and ESM team of the year and Terry was only named as UCL’s best defender. In that season, Terry played only 23 premier league games so I need to agree with you. Revised.

    Anonymous22/07/2016, 02:02
    Godin over Ramos in 2014? Your personal pick was much better.
    Judging someone based on dbs is nonsense as they are by far the worst sistem of player grades in existence. Good lord they rate Alibec better than Messi,Ronaldo,Suarez this season and Odegaard better than Ronaldo and Messi in 2014. I understand it’s tempting to give them some credit because the grades exists for very early years , and I was tempted to give use them for older players many times , but then I looked at their ratings in curent era and they are just lists with ranom players and grades with no relevance whatsoever.Simply awful!
    I’d advise you , if you still want to use average ratings in some proportion , to look at whoscored because they generaly agreed as the best sistem and visibly light years ahead of dbs.

    In whoscored Ramos had 7.47 and Godin 7.44 , and in UCL Ramos had 7.44 and Godin 7.32.

    And frankly player grades don’t do justice to Ramos’ performance in the UCL where he was the most providential player. Not to mention that he was also the Club World Cup MVP , named La Liga Best Defender of the year and was ranked at the Ballon d’Or while Godin wasn’t.
    In conclusion , Ramos was clearly better than Godin so you should reverse back to your original opinion.

    Anonymous22/07/2016, 03:21
    The first ratings are for La Liga(I forgot to mention)

    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant22/07/2016, 08:29
    I have been aware of dbscalcio’s inaccuracy but I thought it was still useful for comparison between seasons within a player. For whoscored rating, I think it is surely interesting although it seems strange to me that Messi is rated in the same points between the 2011 – 2012 season and the 2014 – 2015 season.
    For Ramos VS Godin, I think the difference of 0.12 in UCL should be approximately equal. So, NT performance would be an important part. According to goal.com, Godin rating in 4 world cup games are 5,8,6,6 but Ramos obtain only 4,5,6. I think it is clear that Godin is better.

    Anonymous24/07/2016, 04:59
    Like I said , Ramos isn’t just better statistically than Godin in UCL. Because the fact that he scored those goals in providential moments isn’t quantifiable in stats. Also he was better than Godin in La Liga both statistically as showed by whoscored and was also officially named so by LFP awards. So just because Godin has a few better matches at the NT(and he didn’t even win anything or was included in an all-star) can’t possibly make him the better defender overall.

    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant24/07/2016, 07:42
    I still not clear how Ramos is better than Godin enough since either Awards or scoring tats cannot tell us how difference between them in the entire season when average point is very closed.

    Anonymous24/07/2016, 08:52
    Well incase it wasn’t the visible choice , Ramos takes the edge in ratings and awards , wheter close or not. It’s up to you if you want to follow them but I don’t understand why not.

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    Anonymous18/03/2016, 05:07
    1965. best positional player: opinion of NT manager (source: weekly “Futbol” (in russian) 1966 №1(293)):
    A.Ramsey (England): GK: -, DF: -, MF: -, FW: Pele.
    R.Vytlačil (Czechoslovakia): GK: Yashin, DF: Schnellinger, MF: Voronin, FW: Greaves.
    L.Baróti (Hungary): GK: Yashin, DF: Schnellinger, MF: Voronin, FW: Pele.
    J.Villalonga (Spain): GK: Yashin, DF: Facchetti, MF: Suares, FW: Pele.
    E.Fabbri (Italy): GK: Yashin, DF: Facchetti, MF: Suares, FW: Pele/Eusebio.
    O.Gloria (Brazil): GK: Yashin/Gilmar, DF: Facchetti, MF: B.Charlton, FW: Pele.
    N.Morozov (Soviet Union): GK: Yashin, DF: Schnellinger, MF: Voronin/Suares, FW: Pele/Eusebio.
    H.Schön (West Germany): GK: Yashin, DF: Schnellinger, MF: Law, FW: Pele.
    H.Guérin (France): GK: Yashin, DF: Facchetti, MF: Law, FW: Pele.

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    Anonymous13/04/2016, 07:08
    Falcao best year was in 2012 not in 2011. What a player, too bad his injury.

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant16/04/2016, 04:53
    He scored two more goals in 2011 even played fewer 8 games in club level.

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    Anonymous18/04/2016, 16:14
    Well, i cannot agree. I don’t see an big difference, and it is just numbers, and numbers just say something, not all.

    Falcao made a great year in 2011 no doubt about it. But the main difference between 2011 and 2012 is in the year of 2011 Falcao show to te world that was one of the best fowards in the world and the year of 2012 he was simply THE BEST foward in the world.

    As a portuguese guy and an FC Porto fan, Falcao in atlético madrid was much better than in porto (despite of number goals, portuguese league isn’t that strong).

    Comparating individual perfomances of Falcao in those years, in 2012 he was more decisive and outstanding player, being MVP in two UEFA finals (2011 final perfomance is a bit “boring” than 2012) and appear in the best FIFA XI, winner of Globe Soccer Award (an alternative award to the world best player) and score 5 goals in a match.

    Anonymous24/07/2016, 06:49
    Yes , 2012 was clearly Falcao’s prime.

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    Anonymous29/05/2016, 09:51
    Olympic Games Best Squad and Best Player before 1930:

    1908: Horace Bailey (GBR); Walter Corbett (GBR), Herbert Smith (GBR); Kenneth Hunt (GBR), Nils Niddelboe (DEN), Robert Hawkes (GBR); Arthur Berry (GBR), Vivian Woodward (GBR and Best Player), Harry Stapley (GBR), Sophus Nielsen (DEN and Top Scorer), Vilhelm Wolfhagen (DEN).

    1912: Just Gobel (NED); Gyula Rumbold (HUN), Arthur Knight (GBR); Karl Braunsteiner (AUT), Nils Niddelboe (DEN and Best Player), Karl Gustafsson (SWE); Harold Walden (GBR), Gottfried Fuchs (GER and Top Scorer), Imre Schlosser (HUN), Jan Vos (NED), Alois Muller (AUT)

    1920: Ricardo Zamora (SPA and Best Player); Antonín Hojer (CZE), Oscar Verbeeck (BEL); Kada Pesek (CZE), André Fierens (BEL), Félix Sesúmaga (SPA); Robert Coppé (BEL) Antonín Janda (CZE), Herbert Carlsson (SWE and Top Scorer) ber Groosjohan (NED), Jan Vaník (CZE)

    1924: Andrés Mazali (URU); José Nasazzi (URU), Rudolf Ramseyer (SWI); André le Fèvre (NED), Paul Schmiedlin (SWI), Harry Sundberg (SWE); Sven Rydell (SWE), Paul Sturzenegger (SWI), Pedro Petrone (URU, Top Scorer and Best Player), Max Abegglen (SWI), Rudolf Kock (SWE).

    1928: Andrés Mazali (URU); Fernando Paternóster (ARG), Umberto Caligaris (ITA); Augusto Silva (POR), Luis Monti (ARG), Leandro Andrade (URU); Virgilio Levratto (ITA), Domingo Tarasconi (ARG, Top Scorer and Best Player), Adolfo Baloncieri (ITA), Pepe (POR), Mahmoud Mokhtar (EGY).

    Source: http://www.linguasport.com/futbol/internacional/olimpiadas/olympic.htm

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant17/06/2016, 19:43
    Sorry for late reply. Thanks you very much for such a rare information. I’ll be looking them when I have time. Thanks.

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    Anonymous15/09/2016, 07:11
    hello good job 😉
    manager : Bora Milutinovic (The Lord Of World CUp) ? Radomir Antic ?
    Defenser : Nemanja Vidic ?
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bora_Milutinovi%C4%87

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    Anonymous15/09/2016, 07:19
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bora_Milutinovi%C4%87
    Bora Milutinovic the lord of world cup.

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    Anonymous30/10/2016, 03:32
    do you take germany doping heavily after world war and especially in 1954 in 1974 into account which no longer are rumour but more or less common knowledge.check it out.no wondser they won world cups against far more uperior and skilfull teams.

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant30/10/2016, 06:33
    If you would propose the better candidates in those years, I’d reconsider for sure.

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    Blueanteater08/02/2017, 04:00
    Leo Messi not one of the best winners in 2012 or 2015 for forwards? Broke numerous records for goals, particularly in 2012 for the world record. For me surpasses both Di Stefano and Cruyff in the aforementioned years, as 91 goals probably wont be matched for decades, or the 73 goal season.

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    Naratorn Wirunhchatapant12/02/2017, 06:47
    I think Messi in 2012 should be at least in top three. Updated.

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    The Greatest Forwards of All-Time
    Definition of Forward includes these items;

    1. Second Striker or Deep-Lying Forward : Players who played between attacking midfield and forward line, much in assisting duty.
    2. Forward : A technical player base on central forward line not often wait the ball in penalty box area and also not outstanding in instinct of striking.
    3. Side and Free-Role Forward : Forwards who often operate the game in the edge of penalty box but they have to significantly play in central area than edge of the field.

    Most of whom is deserved to play just behind target striker at best even sometimes they played as the top striker for his team. In beginning decade of football, they were called “Inside Forward” except some formation setting center-forward as second striker.

    50. Jose Sanfilippo

    Date Of Birth : 4 May 1935
    Nation : Argentina, Caps : 29 Games (21 Goals)
    Height : 168 cm, Position : Forward
    Major Club : San Lorenzo
    World Cup Participation : 1958, 1962 (3 Games With 1 Goals)
    Professional Score Record : 297 Goals/ 400 Games
    Club Honours : 1 Time Argentina Champions
    2 Times Brazil State Championship
    International Honours : None
    Individual Achievement : 1959 Copa America Top Scorer
    Argentinean League All-Time Most Top Scorer (4 Times)
    1960 South American League Top Scorer
    1963 Copa Libertadores Cup Top Scorer
    San Lorenzo All-Time Top Scorer

    Skills: Dribb B, Creative C+, Pass C, Position B, Speed B-, Shot A-, Aerial C-, Agile B-, Tech B
    Performance : Domestic Club B-, International Club C-, National Team C
    Total Skill : B+, Peak Performance A+, Total Performance : B-

    Jose Sanfilippo is one of the top South American players in the late 1950s to early 1960s, is one of the most prolific scorers in history of Argentinean football. He holds the record of consecutive 4 time top scorer in Argentinean league. Sanfilippo was a nominal inside-left and he always took as a combo duo with center-forward of the team. Even so, he could score a large number of goals after taking advantage by his classy dribbling and great speed combined with his intelligent positioning. He debut first caps in 1957 and was just a reserved player in the 1957 South American Championship and the 1958 FIFA World Cup. Sanfilippo shined with San Lorenzo to reach semi-finalist in the first ever Copa Libertadores Cup in 1960. Sanfilippo scored 12 goals in 6 consecutive games between 1959 and 1961. However, He played as a starter for his nation just for four years after he decide to move to play for Nacional in Uruguay. In his late career, Sanfilippo still could build his reputable name in Brazil with Bahia.
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    49. Anton Schall

    Date Of Birth : 22 June 1907
    Nation : Austria, Caps : 28 Games (27 Goals)
    Height : 170 cm, Position : Left-Side Forward
    Major Club : Admira Wienna
    World Cup Participation : 1934 (2 Games/1 Goal)
    Professional Scores Recird : 231 Goals/ 285 Games
    Club Honours : 7 Times Austria League
    3 Times Austrian Cup
    1934 Mitropa Cup Runner-Up
    International Honours : 1932 Central European International Cup
    Individual Achievement : 5 Times Austrian League Top Scorer

    Skill: Drb B,Vis C+,Pas C+,Pos B-,Spd B,Shot B+,Agl B-,Tec B-
    Performance : Domestic Club B-, Int. Club C, National Team C
    Total Skill : B+, Peak Performance A+, Total Performance : B-

    Anton Schall was one of the best European strikers in the late 20’s and early 30’s and one of the most legendary figures of Austrian football. Pacy striker with great speed, known as extreme position for both left as a second striker becoming one of the most prolific scorers of his generation. He met his best season in the 1927 – 1928 by phenomenon goal record with 36 goals in 23 league games. Schall was very fast player cutting into centre many times and mostly, after the excellent quick one-two passes. Schall was also known for his unselfish play and good passing range, despite being a prolific scorer. He was also very skilled player with excellent dribbling which, combined with his great speed, made him pretty tough to defend from. Schall had excellent understanding with his teammates, was always a good example in teamworking moves.
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    48. Raymond Braine

    Date Of Birth : 28 April 1907
    Nation : Belgium, Caps : 54 Games (26 Goals)
    Height : 175 cm, Position : Forward
    Major Club : Sparta Prague, Beerschot
    World Cup Participation : 1938 (1 Game/No Goal)
    Professional Scores Record : 352 Goals/ 337 Games
    Club Honours : 6 Times Belgian League
    2 Times Czechoslovakian League
    1935 Mitropa Cup
    International Honours : None
    Individual Achievement : 2 Times Belgian League Top Scorer
    2 Times Czechoslovak League Top Scorer

    Skills: Dribb B+,Create B,Pass B-,Speed B+,Shot A-,Agile B+,Tech B+
    Performance : Domestic Club B-, International Club B-, National Team C
    Total Skill: B+, Peak Performance A+, Total Performance : B-

    Raymond Braine is the greatest Belgian footballer in the first half 20th century. He debut in Belgian championship in his only 16 years old with Beerschot VAC where he first spent 7 seasons as inside-left. In the 1927 – 1928 season, he incredibly scored 35 goals in only 18 games. However, the Belgian football at that time was not a professional club. His peak career was happened with Sparta Prague where he played alongside Czechoslovak stars Oldrich Nejedly as withdrawn center-forward according to Danubian School System. He played in Mitropa Cup in all six seasons with the club and was regarded as the best player of the 1935 tournamen

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    Lionel Andrés Messi Cuccittini (Rosario, 24 de junio de 1987), conocido como Leo Messi,[19] es un futbolista argentino nacionalizado español[14] que juega como delantero en el FC Barcelona y en la Selección argentina, de la que es capitán. Considerado como el mejor jugador del mundo,[20] [21] [22] [23] [24] y uno de los mejores de todos los tiempos,[25] es el único futbolista en la historia que ha ganado, entre otras distinciones, cinco veces el Balón de Oro –un Balón de Oro y cuatro FIFA Balón de Oro– obteniendo los cuatro primeros de forma consecutiva; y el primero en recibir tres Botas de Oro. Con el Barcelona ha ganado 29 títulos, entre ellos, ocho de La Liga y cuatro de la Liga de Campeones de la UEFA, así como cuatro títulos de la Copa del Rey.[26] [27] [28]

    Goleador prolífico,[29] ostenta, entre otros, los récords por más goles en una temporada y un año calendario,[30] [31] máximo goleador de La Liga, la Supercopa de España, la Supercopa de Europa, el Mundial de Clubes, y jugador no europeo con más goles en la Liga de Campeones de la UEFA; además de máximo goleador del F.C. Barcelona y de la Selección Argentina. Es el jugador con más asistencias, desde que se tienen registros, en partidos oficiales.[32] [33] [34] [35]

    Nacido y criado en la ciudad de Rosario, a los 13 años se radicó en España, donde el Barcelona accedió a pagar el tratamiento de la enfermedad hormonal que le habían diagnosticado de niño.[36] Después de una rápida progresión a través de la Academia juvenil del Barcelona,[37] hizo su debut oficial con el primer equipo a los 17 años, en octubre de 2004.[38] A pesar de ser propenso a lesiones en los inicios de su carrera,[39] se estableció como jugador fundamental para el club.[40] En 2007, fue finalista del Balón de Oro y del Jugador Mundial de la FIFA, logro que repitió en 2008. Su primera campaña ininterrumpida fue la temporada 2008–09, durante la que con el Barcelona alcanzó el primer triplete del fútbol español.[41] A los 22 años, ganó su primer Balón de Oro y el premio al Jugador Mundial de la FIFA del año.[42] [43]

    Siguieron tres temporadas exitosas, en las que Messi ganó tres FIFA Balón de Oro, con lo que sumó cuatro en total, hecho que no tenía precedentes.[44] [45] Hasta el momento, su mejor campaña personal es la temporada 2011-12, en la que estableció el récord de más goles en una temporada, tanto en La Liga como en otras competiciones europeas, y se convirtió, en marzo de 2012, en el máximo goleador histórico de su club en competiciones oficiales.[46] Durante las dos siguientes temporadas, también sufrió lesiones,[47] [48] y perdió el Balón de Oro frente a Cristiano Ronaldo, a quien se considera su rival. Messi recuperó su mejor forma durante la campaña 2014-15, durante la que superó los registros de máximo goleador absoluto en La Liga y la Liga de Campeones en noviembre de 2014,[49] [50] y conquistó con el Barcelona un histórico segundo triplete.[51]

    Como internacional argentino, Messi ha representado a su país en siete torneos mayores. A nivel juvenil, ganó junto con sus compañeros de selección la Copa Mundial de Fútbol Sub-20 de 2005, torneo en el que finalizó como mejor jugador y máximo goleador con la sub-20,[52] [53] y una medalla de oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de 2008, con la sub-23.[54] Por su estilo de juego de pequeño driblador zurdo, se lo comparó con su compatriota Diego Maradona quien, en 2007, declaró al adolescente su «sucesor».[55] [56] [57] Después de debutar en la selección mayor en agosto de 2005,[58] [59] en el Mundial de Alemania 2006 se convirtió en el argentino más joven en jugar y en marcar en un mundial[60] y alcanzó, junto al equipo albiceleste, la final de la Copa América 2007, donde fue nombrado mejor jugador joven del torneo.[61] Como capitán desde agosto de 2011,[62] llegó con la Selección absoluta a las finales del Mundial de Brasil 2014 y de la Copa América 2015, certámenes en los que fue elegido mejor jugador del torneo,[63] [64] además de llegar a la final de la Copa América Centenario.[65] [66]

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    Lionel Messi nació el 24 de junio de 1987 en la ciudad de Rosario, en la provincia de Santa Fe.[67] Es hijo de Jorge Horacio Messi y de Celia María Cuccittini.[68] Su familia paterna es originaria del municipio italiano de Recanati. Su bisabuelo, Angelo Messi, emigró a Argentina en 1883.[69] [70] Su abuela materna, quien lo alentó a dedicarse al fútbol y a quien Messi agradece tras convertir un gol,[71] se llamaba Celia Olivera de Cuccittini (26/5/1930-8/5/1998).[72] Tiene dos hermanos, Rodrigo y Matías, y una hermana, María Sol.[73] Dos de sus primos (Maximiliano y Emanuel Biancucchi) son también futbolistas. Messi tiene una relación con Antonella Roccuzzo, también rosarina, a quien conoce desde niño.[74] [75] La pareja tiene dos hijos: Thiago, nacido el 2 de noviembre de 2012,[76] y Mateo, que nació el 11 de septiembre de 2015.[77]

    Con apenas cinco años, Messi dio sus primeros pasos en el club Abanderado Grandoli,[78] [79] [80] ubicado en el barrio Grandoli, al sur de Rosario, a pocas cuadras de su casa. El club estaba dirigido por su padre y su primer entrenador fue Salvador Aparicio.[81] [82] Posteriormente jugó algunos partidos con el Central Córdoba.[83] En 1994, comenzó a entrenarse en las divisiones inferiores de Newell’s Old Boys,[84] [85] club con el que obtuvo, entre otros títulos, con la “Máquina del 87”,[86] la Copa de la Amistad de Perú en 1997.[87] A la edad de 11 años, le fue diagnosticada una deficiencia de la hormona de crecimiento.[88]

    En agosto de 2000, Messi fue a Buenos Aires a probarse a River Plate, y fue aceptado por el reclutador Federico Vairo quien pidió su contratación, pero ésta nunca se concretó. El motivo por el cual no continuó en la institución no quedó aclarado, las versiones van desde que River y los padres de Messi no llegaron a un acuerdo por el costo de un tratamiento hormonal a otras que indican que los padres no querían dejar solo a Messi en la pensión en Buenos Aires y requerían que se les otorgara una casa y un trabajo.[89] [90] [91] El 3 de septiembre, con 13 años, dio su primera entrevista a un medio de comunicación en el suplemento ‘Pasión Rojinegra’ del diario La Capital de Rosario.[92] [93]

    El 17 de septiembre de 2000, procedente de un vuelo de Buenos Aires con escala en Madrid, aterrizó junto a su padre en El Prat un chico llamado Lio, en homenaje a Lionel Ritchie (el cantante favorito de su madre).[94] [95] Los esperaba en la terminal Horacio Gaggioli, representante asociado al despacho de Josep Maria Minguella, único pariente en Lérida, quien fue el gran apoyo inicial para la familia. “Yo lo único que hice fue llamar a Carles Rexach y pedirle que hiciera una prueba a aquel chaval”, se limitó a confirmar Minguella.[96] Nada más aterrizar, Gaggioli los llevó al hotel, justo delante del Camp Nou, donde Messi durmió por primera vez en Barcelona.[97] Fue citado para participar en un primer entrenamiento al día siguiente de su llegada el 18 de septiembre con el equipo infantil, aunque no pudo realizar las pruebas preceptivas para ingresar en el fútbol base azulgrana debido a la ausencia de Rexach, responsable de la cantera en aquella época.[98] [99]

    «Era muy bajito, casi no hablaba y nadie podía imaginar la que nos iba a liar».
    — explica el defensa Gerard Piqué, uno de los canteranos que coincidió por primera vez con Messi en terreno barcelonista.[100]
    El departamento de fútbol base del Barça convocó entonces al joven argentino a un partido de prueba con el infantil A, en uno de los campos de césped artificial de arriba del Miniestadi, el número 3.[101] “Marcó seis goles, disparó dos veces al poste y a la media parte tuvieron que cambiarle de equipo para equilibrar el amistoso”, recuerda Joan Lacueva, que por aquel entonces era el ejecutivo responsable del fútbol base del Barça.[100] [102] Rexach lo vio en la prueba, y se resolvió la situación. “Llegué con el partido empezado y no me dio tiempo a sentarme. Tenía claro que, si no le fichábamos, nos arrepentiríamos” recuerda.[103] [104] El 14 de diciembre, tras reunirse con sus padres y con el que era su agente, Horacio Gaggioli, en un bar redactó un principio de acuerdo sobre una servilleta de papel, que se firmó por todas las partes implicadas, a modo de contrato, donde Rexach se comprometía a su fichaje.[105] [106] [107] [108] La familia se trasladó así a la ciudad de Barcelona,[109] donde Messi comenzó a jugar en las categorías inferiores de La Masía, del F.C. Barcelona. Fue compañero de equipo de, entre otros, Cesc Fàbregas y Gerard Piqué.[110] Uno de sus primeros técnicos fue Tito Vilanova, quien años más tarde sería su entrenador en el primer equipo.[111] [112]

    «En Barcelona, a 14 de Diciembre del 2000 y en presencia de los Sres. Minguella y Horacio (Gaggioli), Carles Rexach, Secretario Técnico del F.C.B., se compromete bajo su responsabilidad y a pesar de algunas opiniones en contra a fichar al jugador Lionel Messi siempre y cuando nos mantengamos en las cantidades acordadas».
    — Reza la servilleta a modo de contrato, hoy en el Museo del Club.[113]
    En el año 2007, Messi creó la Fundación Leo Messi,[114] que tiene como objetivo ayudar a niños y adolescentes en situación de riesgo, especialmente en las áreas de educación y salud.[115] A través de la fundación, se han construido parques infantiles[116] refaccionado o rehabilitado organizaciones benéficas y polideportivos,[117] entre otras cosas. Por otra parte, Messi suele participar en actos a beneficio como partidos amistosos o acciones de recaudación de fondos,[118] [119] campañas de concientización,[120] donaciones [121] visitas o encuentros solidarios, [122] tanto para su propia fundación, como para la Fundación F.C. Barcelona y Unicef. Con la Fundación F.C. Barcelona llegó a una alianza para trabajar en conjunto.[123] [124] El 11 de marzo de 2010, fue nombrado Embajador de Buena Voluntad de Unicef.[125]

    En 2013, la fiscalía española imputó a Messi y a su padre por posible delito de fraude fiscal valorado en 4,1 millones de euros. Por ese motivo, ambos fueron llamados a declarar ante la fiscalía.[126]

    El 4 de mayo de 2014, Messi fue informado de que tendría que pagar más de 35 millones de euros para superar la inspección judicial de sus cuentas.[127] El 28 de julio siguiente, la petición de la fiscalía de archivar la imputación por tres delitos fiscales fue rechazada por el juez instructor.[128] [129] [130] En 2016 fue sometido a pena de 21 meses de cárcel por delito fiscal, por acciones de “extrema gravedad” según el Tribunal.[131] [132]

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    Los alemanes acabaron la «guerra de broma» el 10 de mayo de 1940, cuando invadieron Luxemburgo, Bélgica, los Países Bajos y Francia. Los Países Bajos fueron arrollados rápidamente y la ciudad neerlandesa de Róterdam fue destruida en un bombardeo aéreo. La Fuerza Expedicionaria Británica (BEF) y el Ejército Francés, avanzaron hacia el norte de Bélgica y planeaban hacer una guerra móvil en el norte, mientras mantenían un frente continuo y estático a lo largo de la Línea Maginot más al sur. Los planes Aliados fueron desbaratados inmediatamente por el más clásico e importante ejemplo en la historia de la Blitzkrieg.

    En la primera fase de la invasión, Fall Gelb, el Panzergruppe von Kleist de la Wehrmacht, se precipitó a través de las Ardenas, una región con espesos bosques que los Aliados habían pensado que sería impenetrable para un ejército mecanizado moderno. Los alemanes rompieron la línea francesa en Sedán, sostenida por reservistas más que por tropas de primera línea, para luego girar hacia el oeste a través del norte de Francia hacia el Canal de la Mancha, dividiendo en dos a los Aliados.

    La BEF y las fuerzas Francesas, rodeadas en el norte, fueron evacuadas desde Dunkerque en la Operación Dinamo. La operación fue una de las evacuaciones más grandes de la historia militar, cuando 338 000 soldados británicos, franceses y belgas fueron evacuados a través del Canal de la Mancha en barcos de guerra y civiles. La ofensiva pudo haber sido más satisfactoria para los alemanes de no haber sido parada por Hitler para que sus tropas cogieran aliento, cosa que en particular a Guderian no gustó nada.

    La batalla de Francia (mayo-junio de 1940).
    El 10 de junio, Italia se unió a la guerra, atacando a Francia por el sur. Las fuerzas alemanas continuaron entonces la conquista de Francia con Fall Rot (‘Caso Rojo’). Francia firmó un armisticio con Alemania el 22 de junio de 1940, que condujo a la ocupación directa alemana de París y de dos tercios de Francia, y al establecimiento de un gobierno títere alemán con sede en el sudeste de Francia conocido como la Francia de Vichy.

    Alemania había empezado los preparativos en el verano de 1940 para invadir el Reino Unido en la Operación León Marino. Muchos de los suministros y de las armas pesadas del ejército británico se habían perdido en Dunkerque. Los alemanes no tenían ninguna esperanza de batir a la Marina Real británica, pero pensaron que tendrían una oportunidad de éxito si podían alcanzar la superioridad aérea. Para hacerlo, tenían que suprimir primero a la Royal Air Force (RAF). Fue entonces, cuando se inició un combate aéreo a finales del verano de 1940 entre alemanes y británicos que llegó a conocerse como la batalla de Inglaterra. La Luftwaffe (Fuerza Aérea de Alemania) tomó como objetivo inicialmente a los aeródromos y estaciones de radar del RAF Fighter Command (Mando de Cazas de la RAF).

    Bombardeo alemán sobre Londres (foto del 7 de junio de 1940).
    Pero tras no tener los resultados esperados e impulsado por el contra ataque inglés lanzado a Berlín, Hitler desvió los bombardeos directamente a las ciudades inglesas. Así se pudo ver en la operación Blitz, donde los nazis bombardearon por más de cinco meses las ciudades más importantes de Inglaterra, pero más potentemente en su capital Londres. Las urbes de Liverpool, Coventry, Bristol, Southampton, Birmingham, Swindon, Plymouth, Cardiff, Mánchester y Sheffield también fueron fuertemente bombardeadas. Pese a todos los fuertes ataques de Alemania, Inglaterra resistió firmemente y finalmente, la Luftwaffe fue rechazada por los Hurricanes y los Spitfires, mientras la Royal Navy mantenía el control del canal de la Mancha. El Blitz provocó alrededor de 43 000 muertes, y destruyó más de un millón de viviendas, pero fracasó en alcanzar los objetivos estratégicos de sacar a Inglaterra de la guerra o dejarla incapaz de resistir una invasión. Así, los planes de invasión alemanes fueron pospuestos indefinidamente.

    Después de la caída de Francia en 1940, el Reino Unido estaba sin recursos económicos. Franklin Delano Roosevelt persuadió al Congreso de los Estados Unidos, para que aprobase el acta de Préstamo y Arriendo el 11 de marzo de 1941, que proveyó al Reino Unido y a otros 37 países con 50 000 millones de dólares en equipo militar y otros suministros. El Reino Unido y la Commonwealth recibieron 34,4 mil millones de dólares. Canadá realizó un programa similar que envió 4,7 mil millones de dólares en suministros al Reino Unido.

    El Mediterráneo (abril de 1940-mayo de 1943)
    Artículo principal: Frente del Mediterráneo en la Segunda Guerra Mundial
    La entrada de Italia a la guerra fue más una carga para nosotros en el OKW, que una ayuda.[6]

    Wilhelm Keitel
    El control del sur de Europa, el mar Mediterráneo y de África del Norte era importante debido a que el Imperio británico dependía del tráfico marítimo a través del canal de Suez. Si el canal caía en las manos del Eje o si la Royal Navy perdía el control del Mediterráneo, entonces el transporte entre el Reino Unido, la India, y Australia tendría que efectuarse alrededor del cabo de Buena Esperanza, un incremento de miles de millas.

    El acorazado francés Strasbourg bajo fuego de buques británicos durante la batalla de Mers el-Kebir (3 de julio de 1940).
    Así, tras la rendición francesa, los británicos atacaron a la Armada Francesa anclada en el Norte de África en julio de 1940, por temor a que pudiese caer en manos alemanas, incrementando así su potencial naval y dificultando la posición británica. Esto contribuyó a un distanciamiento en las relaciones anglo-francesas durante los años siguientes. Con la flota francesa destruida, la Royal Navy combatió contra la flota italiana por la supremacía en el Mediterráneo desde sus fuertes bases en Gibraltar, Malta y Alejandría (Egipto). En África, las tropas italianas invadieron y capturaron la Somalilandia Británica en agosto.

    Italia invadió Grecia el 28 de octubre de 1940, desde Albania, entonces ocupada por Italia, pero fue rechazada rápidamente. A mediados de diciembre, el ejército Griego avanzó incluso hacia el sur de Albania, ocupando así en la campaña a 530 000 soldados italianos. Mientras tanto, en cumplimiento de la garantía británica dada a Grecia, la Royal Navy atacó a la flota italiana el 11 de noviembre de 1940. Aviones torpederos partidos desde los portaaviones británicos atacaron a la flota italiana en Tarento, un puerto del sur. Un acorazado fue hundido y se pusieron temporalmente fuera de servicio otros buques. El éxito de los torpedos aéreos en Tarento, fue visto con mucho interés por el jefe naval japonés, Isoroku Yamamoto, que estaba ponderando los medios para neutralizar a la Flota del Pacífico de los Estados Unidos. La Grecia continental, cuyas mejores tropas se habían desgastado en contra de Italia en Albania, cayó finalmente ante una invasión alemana desde el nordeste, a través de Bulgaria.

    Las tropas italianas pasaron Egipto desde Libia para atacar las bases británicas en septiembre de 1940, comenzando así la Campaña en África del Norte. El objetivo era la captura del canal de Suez. Las fuerzas británicas, indias, y australianas contraatacaron en la Operación Compass, que terminó en 1941, cuando numerosas fuerzas australianas y de Nueva Zelanda (ANZAC) fueron transferidas a Grecia para defenderla del ataque alemán. Las fuerzas alemanas (conocidas más tarde como el Afrika Korps) bajo el mando del general Erwin Rommel desembarcaron en Libia en febrero de 1941 para renovar el asalto contra Egipto.

    Alemania también invadió Creta, operación importante por el uso a gran escala de las tropas paracaidistas alemanas. Creta estaba defendida por unos 11 000 griegos y 28 000 tropas del ANZAC, que habían escapado hacía poco de Grecia sin su artillería y sus vehículos. Los alemanes atacaron los tres aeropuertos principales de la isla en Maleme, Rétino y Candía. Después de un día de lucha, no se había alcanzado ninguno de los objetivos y los alemanes habían sufrido bajas devastadoras. Los planes alemanes estaban en desorden y el comandante alemán, el general Kurt Student, estaba contemplando el suicidio. Durante el día siguiente, gracias a la mala comunicación y del fallo de los comandantes Aliados en comprender la situación, el aeropuerto de Maleme en el oeste de Creta cayó en poder de los alemanes. La pérdida de Maleme hizo que los alemanes pudiesen hacer llegar refuerzos pesados transportados en avión con los que arrollar a las fuerzas Aliadas en la isla. Sin embargo, en vista de las fuertes bajas sufridas por los paracaidistas, Hitler prohibió realizar más operaciones aerotransportadas.

    El generalfeldmarschall (mariscal de campo) Erwin Rommel, apodado El Zorro del Desierto, dirigió el Afrika Korps alemán durante la guerra en el norte de África.
    En el norte de África, las fuerzas de Rommel avanzaron rápidamente hacia el este, poniendo sitio al vital puerto de Tobruk. Fueron derrotados dos intentos Aliados por liberar Tobruk, pero una ofensiva mayor a fines de año (Operación Crusader) rechazó a las fuerzas de Rommel después de intensos combates.

    La guerra entre las armadas Aliada e italiana cambió decisivamente a favor de los Aliados el 28 de marzo de 1941, cuando los barcos del almirante Andrew Browne Cunningham encontraron a la flota principal italiana al sur del Cabo Matapán, en el extremo sur de la Grecia continental. Con un coste de un par de aviones derribados, los Aliados hundieron cinco cruceros italianos y tres destructores, y dañaron al moderno acorazado Vittorio Veneto. La Marina italiana fue anulada como fuerza de combate y la tarea Aliada de transportar tropas a través del Mediterráneo hacia Grecia se vio facilitada.

    El 6 de abril de 1941, fuerzas alemanas, italianas, húngaras y búlgaras invadieron Yugoslavia, acabando con la rendición del ejército yugoslavo el 17 de abril y con la creación de un estado títere en Croacia y Serbia. También el 6 de abril, Alemania invadió Grecia desde Bulgaria. El ejército griego defendiendo la línea Metaxas, fue superado en número y en capacidad de maniobra por el rápido avance alemán a través de Yugoslavia y colapsó. Atenas cayó el 27 de abril, aunque el Reino Unido consiguió evacuar unos 50 000 soldados, especialmente a Creta.

    La resistencia comenzó en Yugoslavia a mediados de 1941, centrada en dos movimientos: los partisanos comunistas, AVNOJ, liderados por Tito, y el grupo realista Chetniks, liderado por Draza Mihailovic. Los dos grupos paramilitares cooperaron brevemente en 1941, pero se enfrentaron pronto, cuando los chetniks asumieron un papel más ambivalente, poniéndose frecuentemente del lado de las fuerzas de ocupación, y en contra de los comunistas.

    En abril-mayo de 1941, hubo una corta guerra en Irak que resultó en una renovación de la ocupación británica. En junio, fuerzas Aliadas invadieron Siria y el Líbano, y capturaron Damasco el 17 de junio. Más tarde, en agosto, tropas del Reino Unido y del Ejército Rojo ocuparon el neutral Irán, asegurando su petróleo y una línea de suministro por el sur para la Unión Soviética.

    Al comienzo de 1942, las fuerzas Aliadas en el norte de África fueron debilitadas al mandar destacamentos al Lejano Oriente. Rommel una vez más recapturó Bengasi. Entonces derrotó a los Aliados en la batalla de Gazala y conquistó Tobruk, haciendo miles de prisioneros y apoderándose de grandes cantidades de suministros, antes de continuar más profundamente dentro de Egipto.

    24 de octubre de 1942. Durante la Segunda Batalla de El Alamein, esta fotografía, que muestra soldados australianos «atacando», la preparó y la tomó el fotógrafo del Ejército Británico, el sargento Len Chetwyn.
    La Primera Batalla de El Alamein tuvo lugar en julio de 1942. Las fuerzas Aliadas se habían retirado al último punto defendible antes de Alejandría y el canal de Suez. El Afrika Korps, sin embargo, había agotado sus suministros y los defensores pararon su empuje. La Segunda Batalla de El Alamein ocurrió entre el 23 de octubre y el 3 de noviembre. El teniente general Bernard Montgomery estaba al mando de las fuerzas Aliadas conocidas como el 8.º Ejército. Los Aliados iniciaron entonces su ofensiva y, a pesar de una dura resistencia inicial de los italianos y alemanes, triunfaron al final. Después de la derrota alemana en El Alamein, las fuerzas del Eje efectuaron con éxito una retirada estratégica hacia Túnez.

    La Operación Torch fue efectuada por los Estados Unidos, Gran Bretaña y las fuerzas de la Francia libre el 8 de noviembre de 1942, para ganar el control del Norte de África a través de desembarcos simultáneos en Casablanca, Orán y Argelia, seguidos unos pocos días después por un desembarco en Bône, la puerta de entrada a Túnez. Las fuerzas locales de la Francia de Vichy opusieron una resistencia mínima antes de someterse a la autoridad de la Francia libre del general Henri Giraud. Como represalia, Hitler invadió y ocupó la Francia de Vichy, mientras Mussolini ocupó Córcega y la costa azul francesa hasta el Ródano. Las fuerzas alemanas e italianas, que habían ocupado Túnez, fueron cogidas en un movimiento de pinza por los avances Aliados, desde Argelia en el oeste y desde Libia en el este. La victoria táctica de Rommel contra las fuerzas inexpertas de los estadounidenses en la batalla del paso de Kasserine, sólo pospuso un tiempo la eventual rendición de las fuerzas del Eje en el Norte de África en mayo de 1943.

    En 1943, el Eje casi tuvo éxito en la supresión de la resistencia partisana yugoslava. Desde enero a abril, se forzó a las guerrillas a huir hacia el este, en condiciones invernales sobre el duro terreno de Bosnia, sufriendo graves pérdidas, y cruzando eventualmente el río Neretva (batalla del Neretva), asegurando su puesto de mando y su hospital. Continuaron hacia el este, incapacitando las fuerzas chetniks del área, y cayeron en un embolsamiento alemán casi fatal en el valle del Sutjeska a últimos de mayo (batalla del Sutjeska).

    África subsahariana (julio de 1940-septiembre de 1943)
    Artículos principales: Campaña de África Oriental (Segunda Guerra Mundial), Campaña de África Occidental (Segunda Guerra Mundial) y Batalla de Madagascar.
    Italia había ganado el control de Eritrea y de la Somalía Italiana durante la Repartición de África, y había tomado Etiopía antes del comienzo de la Segunda Guerra Mundial durante la Invasión de Etiopía (1935-36). Estas tres colonias fueron reorganizadas en el dominio del África Oriental Italiana.

    A principios de 1940, las fuerzas coloniales italianas consistían en 80 000 soldados italianos y 200 000 soldados nativos, mientras que las fuerzas británicas en toda la Somalilandia Británica, Kenia y Sudán solamente totalizaban unos 17 000.[7] Los italianos primero se desplegaron para la toma de la Somalilandia Francesa (hoy en día conocida como Yibuti). Este ataque fue cancelado debido al colapso del Ejército francés y la formación del Gobierno colaboracionista de la Francia de Vichy. En julio, las ciudades en la frontera con Sudán, Kassala y Gallabat fueron ocupadas por una fuerza italiana de 50 000 hombres,[8] y en agosto de 1940, el ejército colonial italiano atacó y tomó la Somalilandia Británica utilizando una fuerza de 25 000 hombres. Esto le dio a Italia el control de casi todo el Cuerno de África.

    En septiembre de 1940, las fuerzas Aliadas fallaron, durante la batalla de Dakar, en la captura de la capital de Senegal, luchando contra las tropas de la Francia de Vichy que la defendían; el África Occidental Francesa permaneció en manos de Vichy hasta los desembarcos de la Operación Torch en el norte de África en noviembre de 1942. Aunque en noviembre los Aliados tuvieron éxito en la batalla de Gabón, consolidando su control sobre el África Ecuatorial Francesa para las fuerzas de la Francia libre.

    Artillería británica disparando contra posiciones de la Francia de Vichy cerca de Ambositra, durante la batalla de Madagascar (mayo-noviembre de 1942).
    También en noviembre de 1940, los británicos empezaron una contraofensiva desde el Sudán con solamente 7 000 soldados, atacando Gallabat ocupada por los italianos, siendo incapaces de tomarla.[9] Sin embargo en enero de 1941, el ejército italiano retiró sus fuerzas desde las ciudades fronterizas del Sudán a un terreno más defendible al este de Kassala.[10] Con refuerzos adicionales provenientes del ejército de la India Británica y de Sudáfrica, la campaña empezó a hacer progresos. La Somalilandia Británica fue reconquistada en marzo, y Adís Abeba, capital de Etiopía, fue capturada el 6 de abril. El emperador Haile Selassie I volvió a la ciudad el 5 de mayo. Sin embargo, una fuerza de italianos continuó luchando una guerra de guerrillas en Etiopía, hasta la rendición italiana de septiembre de 1943.

    Madagascar, como una colonia francesa que era, estaba considerada territorio enemigo por los británicos desde de la creación del régimen colaboracionista de Vichy. Era también la tierra sugerida a la que los judíos europeos deberían ser deportados, en una propuesta antisemita conocida como el «Plan Madagascar». Mientras los británicos controlasen Egipto y el Canal de Suez, estos planes alemanes eran imposibles, y eventualmente fueron archivados en favor de una campaña de genocidio, que se llamó la Solución final. Con la entrada de los japoneses en la guerra en diciembre de 1941, y la rendición de Singapur en febrero de 1942, los Aliados llegaron a preocuparse cada vez más, que Madagascar pudiese caer en manos del Eje. Por lo tanto, realizaron una invasión, conocida como la Operación Ironclad en mayo de 1942. La lucha contra los defensores franceses de Vichy duró hasta noviembre, estando los franceses respaldados por varios submarinos japoneses. En diciembre, la Somalilandia Francesa también fue conquistada por los británicos.

    Después de los desembarcos de la Operación Torch, el resto de los territorios de Vichy en África quedaron bajo el control de los Aliados. Con el control del sur del continente seguro, aparte de la insurgencia italiana en Etiopía, los Aliados volvieron su atención a otros teatros de la guerra.

    Frente oriental (abril de 1941-enero de 1942)
    Artículos principales: Frente Oriental (Segunda Guerra Mundial), Invasión de Yugoslavia, Operación Barbarroja y Batalla de Moscú.
    Sólo tenemos que dar una patada en la puerta y toda la estructura podrida se vendrá abajo.

    Adolf Hitler

    Tropas alemanas cruzando la frontera soviética el 22 de junio de 1941, primer día de la Operación Barbarroja.
    La batalla de Grecia (Operación Marita) y la invasión de Yugoslavia retrasaron la invasión alemana seis semanas críticas, como posteriormente se puso de manifiesto. Tres grupos de ejércitos alemanes, junto con otras unidades militares del Eje, que sumaban unos 3,5 millones de hombres, se lanzaron a la invasión de la Unión Soviética el 22 de junio de 1941. El Grupo de Ejércitos Norte estaba desplegado en Prusia Oriental y estaba compuesto por los ejércitos de infantería 18.º y 16.º y un ejército Panzer, el 4.º al mando de los generales Busch, Von Küchler y Hoepner, todos bajo las órdenes del mariscal Ritter Von Leeb, apoyados por la 1.ª Flota aérea del general Koller totalizando 450 000 combatientes del Eje. Sus objetivos principales eran el asegurar los estados bálticos y tomar Leningrado. Oponiéndose al Grupo de Ejércitos Norte estaban tres Ejércitos soviéticos compuestos por 450 000 hombres en un principio, pero con las nuevas movilizaciones se aumentó el número a 600 000 al mando del mariscal Voroshilov. Los alemanes lanzaron sus 600 tanques contra el punto de contacto de los do

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    The Greatest Managers of All-Time

    50. Alf Ramsey

    Date Of Birth : 22 January 1920
    Nation : England
    Major Team : Ipswich (8 Seasons), England (11 Years)
    Major Achievement : 1 Time English League
    1966 FIFA World Cup Champion
    Individual Achievement : –
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Defender

    Alf Ramsey was the a unforgotten hero of Ipswich town club and England national team. He start managing Ipswich at the third division. spending twice seasons to promote. Although he confronted with the more difficulty and spend longer time to promote to the top tier, he surprisingly led the club win the English first division title immediately as an unprecedented success although the side had been tipped by virtually contemporary football pundits and journalist for relegation. He use the notable tactic “The Wingless Wonders” as a navigator of success. However, the club went down to the bottom place in the next season and switched to international career. Ramsey is also known as the only English manager with World Cup title but England disqualified for the 1974 World Cup is also noted as a big failure of his career, also disqualified for the 1964 and 1972 European championship final tournament.
    The Failure Point : 1960 Ipswich Town : FA Cup round of 64 (lost Peterborough 2-3 at home)
    1974 England : Disqualification for the World Cup final tournament.
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    49. Bela Guttmann

    Date Of Birth : 13 March 1900
    Nation : Hungary
    Major Team : Benfica (4 Seasons), Ujpest (2 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 2 Times Hungarian League
    3 Times Portuguese Liga
    1 Time Brazil State Championship
    1 Time Portuguese Cup
    1939 Mitropa Cup
    2 Times European Cup (1961, 1962)
    1939 Mitropa Double Champions
    1961 European Double Champions
    Individual Achievement : Benfica’s Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Central Midfielder

    Bela Guttmann is the greatest Eastern European manager of all-time. Guttmann formed a triumvirate of radical Hungarian coaches who pioneered the 4–2–4 formation and he is also credited with mentoring Eusébio. He rarely stayed at a club longer than two seasons and managed around 20 clubs in Italy, Portugal, Hungary, Austria and even South America totally around ten nations. He also earned a reputation for his self confidence and his brash style that always created a trouble relationship with the Board. His first club career was created with SC Hakoah Weinna in 1933. He took Ujpest to be one of the greatest clubs in the Europe in 1939. However, his career was interrupted during the Second World War II. He met his successful career with Benfica after reform the team by replacement with young stars, led the club to acquire European Cup twice as a foundation of Benfica’s achievement in the later period of the 1960s. He ended his career with FC Porto in 1973. The Failure Point : None
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    48. Carlos Bianchi

    Date Of Birth : 26 April 1949
    Nation : Argentina
    Major Team : Boca Juniors (4 Seasons)
    Velez Sarsfield (3 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 4 Times Argentine Apertura
    3 Times Argentine Clausura
    4 Times Copa Libertadores Cup (1994, 2000, 2001, 2003)
    2 Times Intercontinental Cup (2000, 2003)
    Individual Achievement :
    5 Times South American Coach of The Year
    (1994, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2003)
    2 Times IFFHS World’s Best Club Coach of the Year (2000, 2003)
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Striker

    Carlos Bianchi is famous for the most winners Copa Libertadores Cup and South American coach of the year. He first became a manager at Stade de Reims in 1985 and worked for them for three seasons before moved to manage Nice and Paris FC a season of each. He met his successful career at his homeland, took Velez Sarsfield to win their only Copa Libertadores Cup. He won Four Argentine league and three Copa Libertadores Cup titles during his five seasons at Boca Juniors where he manage to win the record longest unbeaten streak in Argentine football with 40 achieved between 1998 and 1999. However, as well as his hard time with AS Roma in 1996 that he managed team just for a short time, his career at Atletico Madrid was failure that he was dismissed before the end of season in 2006. Despite this remarkable performance, he turned down the change to be selected as Argentina national team manager.
    The Failure Point : 1990 Nice : 18th in French Ligue (winner of relegation play-off)
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    47. Robert Scarone

    Date Of Birth : 16 July 1917
    Nation : Uruguay
    Major Team : Penarol (3 Seasons), Universitario (5 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 4 Times Peruvian League
    4 Times Uruguayan League, 1 Time Mexican League
    2 Times Copa Libertadores Cup (1960, 1961)
    2 Times Copa Libertadores Cup Runner-Up (1967, 1972)
    2 Times South American Double Champions
    1961 Intercontinental Cup
    Individual Achievement : –
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Defender

    Roberto Scarone is considered as one of the first world-class Latin american footballer managers. During his career, He manage 12 club in six Latin American nations and spent a decade to win the first title. He became famous internationally when he built Penarol by a number of superstars dominating Uruguayan league and Copa Libertadores Cup in the early 1960s. Scarone also made the highlight of Peruvian football when Universitario under his tenure finished runner-up in Copa Libertadores cup as the only time in history that Peruvian team made the finalist. He also finished runner-up in the league of South American nations 5 times. Unfortunately, he was remembered as the manager who is a cause of Peru disqualification of the 1974 World Cup after losing play-off matches with Chile narrowly despite the active golden era of Peru national team. The Failure Point : 1951 Gimnasia Esgrima : 17th in Argentina Primera Division (lowest place)
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    46. Hennes Weisweiler

    Date Of Birth : 5 December 1919
    Nation : Germany
    Major Team : Monchengladbach (11 Seasons)
    FC Cologne (10 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 4 Times Bundesliga Champions
    3 Times German Cup
    1973 UEFA Cup Runner-Up
    1975 UEFA Cup Champion
    1 Time European Cup Semi-Finalist
    1 Time Swiss Double Champions
    1 Time German Double Champions
    1975 UEFA Double Champions
    Individual Achievement : Monchengladbach Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Defensive Midfielder

    Hennes Weisweiler is one of the greatest German managers in the 1970s. His career was started as player-manager at FC Koln in 1949 and helped the team to be promoted to Oberliga I. He spent 6 years there and moved to the rival club “Viktoria Cologne”, led them to achieve its best ever ranking in the second division. Weisweiler met his greatest period at Munchengladbach. He built the team to be promoted to Bundesliga for only season. He finally led the club to be Bundesliga Champion after spent six seasons there and went on twice champions until 1975 in which he managed the club to win UEFA Cup and left the club at once. His foundation to the club was very much influence to the next manager “Udo Lattek” to win another UEFA Cup and reached European Cup final. He returned to manage FC Cologne again and acquired a Bundesliga Champion to the club. His last season of career was successful as the 1983 Swiss double champion with Grasshopper Zurich. In 2005 the training centre for coaches there was named in his honour Hennes-Weisweiler-Academy. The Failure Point : 1959 Viktoria Koln : 14th in German Regional League, 1966 Munchengladbach : DFB-Pokal first round (lost Neunkirchen 0-1 at home)
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    45. Osvaldo Zubeldia

    Date Of Birth : 24 June 1927
    Nation : Argentina
    Major Team : Estudiantes (6 Seasons), Atletico Nacional (6 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 1 Time Argentina Metropolitano
    1 Times Argentina Nacional, 2 Times Colombian League
    3 Times Copa Libertadores Cup ( 1968, 1969, 1970)
    1968 Intercontinental Cup
    1969 Copa Interamericana
    Individual Achievement : –
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Forward

    Osvaldo Zubeldia is one of the greatest managers in history of Copa Libertadores Cup as he led Estudientes to win the trophy consecutively as the record most consecutive wins in history of the tournament. He combined many prospect from Estudiantes called as “The Killer of Juveniles” with a small number of outside talent. Estudiantes became the first small team to win Argentine national title. He was also remarkable in Colombia where he guided Atletico Nacional raise the position of the league from bottom to win the title successfully. Zubeldia was a harbinger of tactical changes. He was the first manager to thoroughly research rival’s tactic, pre-planned play-off free-kick, tactical fouls and off-side trap. The Failure Point : Estudiantes : 1968: 14th in Nacional Championship,1970: 18th in Metropolitano Chmpionship
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    44. Vittorio Pozzo

    Date Of Birth : 2 March 1886
    Nation : Italy
    Major Team : Italy (20 Years), Torino (10 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 2 Times FIFA World Cup Champions (1934, 1938)
    1936 Olympic Games Gold Medal
    2 Times Central European International Cup (1930, 1935)
    Individual Achievement : Italy’s Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Unknown

    Vittorio Pozzo is the only manager in history to win FIFA World Cup twice. He was first selected as the specific Italy national team manager in the 1928 Olympic game. Pozzo took charge of Torino from 1912-1924 and the best achievement is just once time runner-up of Northern Italian Championship. Pozzo returned to coach Italy on a permanent basis in 1929. Pozzo was remembered as a decisive leader. He finally won all important five international trophies that they participated in the 1930s. On the back of the 1934 World Cup success, Pozzo was awarded the title of Commendatore for greatness in his profession. He oversaw the famous unbeaten run of the Italian side from 1934 until 1939. Pozzo created the tactical development of the ‘metodo’ formation. Later Pozzo evolved the formation into the Sistema (2-3-2-3 formation), which created a stronger defence. His last tournament was the 1948 Olympic Games.
    The Failure Point : 1922 Torino : 15th in Northern Italian Championship
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    43. Mario Zagallo

    Date Of Birth : 9 August 1931, Nation : Brazil
    Major Team : Brazil (9 Years)
    Botafogo (6 Seasons), Flamengo (4 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 1 Time Taca Brasil
    4 Times Brazil State Championship, 1 Time Brazil Cup
    1970 FIFA World Cup Champion
    1974 FIFA World Cup Fourth Place
    2 Times Copa America Runner-Up (1959, 1995)
    1997 Copa America Champions
    1997 FIFA Confederation Cup
    1998 FIFA World Cup Runner-Up
    Individual Achievement :
    1997 IFFHS World’s Best National Coach of the Year
    Brazil’s Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Winger

    Mario Zagallo is considered by many as the greatest Brazilian manager of all-time and one of the greatest international managers ever. A master of magnificently offensive style of play, was one of the managers to fully use attacking full backs. He started his career as manager with Botafogo in 1966. Very soon, Zagallo was chosen as Brazil national team manager in the next year but still manage Botafogo until 1970. He led Botafogo to win 1968 Brazil Championship and Caracas Triangular tournament tree times as one of the club’s World Cup tournaments. His best reputation was created when he managed the 1970 World Cup Brazil squad which is regarded as the greatest football team in history of the game. However, his career in the second half 1970s and the 1980s had nothing remarkable include his seven years in West Asia. Zagallo decided to manage Brazil again in 1994 and won a Copa America, a FIFA Confederation Cup and the 1998 World Cup vice-champion. The Failure Point : 1973 Flamengo : 24th place in Campeonato Brasileiro, 1990 Vasco Da Gama : 14th in Campeonato Brasileiro
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    42. Aime Jacquet

    Date Of Birth : 27 November 1941
    Nation : France
    Major Team : Bordeux (9 Seasons), France (5 Years)
    Major Achievement : 3 Times French League
    2 Times French Cup
    1 Time European Cup Semi-Finalist
    1996 European Championship Semi-Finalist
    1998 FIFA World Cup Champion
    1 Time French Double Champions
    Individual Achievement :
    1998 IFFHS World’s Best National Coach of the Year
    Bordeux’s Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Defensive Midfielder

    Aime Jacquet is best known as a manager who took France to win their only World Cup champion. He began his manager career at Lyon and there was no trophy there during four seasons. Jacquet move to manage Bordeux in 1980 and spent nine seasons as the greatest era of the club, won French league three times including the 1987 double champion and the 1985 European cup semi-finalist. In international career part, Jacquet was selected as France national team manager in 1993 after it disqualified for the 1994 World Cup in the last minute. He dropped many superstars to build team spirit. France was gradually better until the achievement was first formed in the 1996 European Championship with semi-finalist finishing. Jacquet’s career was beautifully ended after his retirement at the 1998 FIFA World Cup champion in his homeland. The Failure Point : 1978 Lyon : 17th place in French Ligue 1980 Lyon : 18th place in French Ligue, 1983 Bordeaux : French Cup Round of 16 (lost Nantes 0-4 at home), 1984 Bordeaux : UEFA Cup First Round (Lost Lokomotive Leipzig 2-7)
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    41. Herbert Chapman

    Date Of Birth : 19 January 1878
    Nation : England
    Major Team : Arsenal (9 Seasons)
    Huddersfield Town (4 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 4 Times English Top League
    2 Times FA Cup
    Individual Achievement : Arsenal’s Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Offensive Midfielder

    Herbert Chapman is widely regarded as the greatest club manager in the pre-war era. He first took charge as player-manager in 1907 with Northampton Town and turned the club around from the bottom of Southern league within a short space of time. At the time, teams rarely employed tactics of any sort. He set about creating a tactical framework for all his players; he dropped the half backs back to give his forwards more space and draw the opposition defenders out of the penalty area while encouraging his own back line to pass their way out of trouble. Gradually, he created a style of highly-organized, counter-attacking football, which was at odds with the prevailing orthodoxy but nevertheless highly effective. Chapman developed Hudderfield Town from the bottom group to be England champion within 3 seasons. Superlatively, he led Arsenal to win second place just for his first season and won its first trophy in 1931 despite the club wasn’t among the top English club before his era. The Failure Point : 1915 Leeds City : 15th in English Second Division, 1930 Arsenal : 14th in English First Division
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    40. Bill Nicholson

    Date Of Birth : 16 January 1919
    Nation : England
    Major Team : Tottenham (16 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 1 Time English League
    3 Times FA Cup, 2 Times English League Cup
    1963 Cup Winners Cup, 1972 UEFA Cup, 1974 Runner-Up
    1 Time European Cup Semi-Finalist
    1 Time English Double Champion
    Individual Achievement : Tottenham Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Defensive Midfielder

    Bill Nicholson is considered as the greatest personality in history of Tottenham club. He peformed with the club more than 30 years as both player and managerial role. He started disappointingly at the first seasons when the club finished the bottom place at 18th. However, he soon became the manager who win the record most wins in history of English first division with 31 and the record most consecutive started wins in European club history both achieve in the 1960 – 1961 season and won Double champion in this season which is the first English double champion in the twentieth century. Nicholson built Tottenham with the most notable pair of central midfielder Mackay-Blanchflower. Tottenham became the top clubs in England under his managing, finishing second place once and third place four times aside from champion in 1961. He was awarded OBE in 1975 and the road to White Hart Lane is named for his honor. The Failure Point : 1963 Tottenham : FA Cup round of 64 (lost Burnley 0 – 3)
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    39. Juan Carlos Lorenzo

    Date Of Birth : 10 October 1932
    Nation : Argentina
    Major Team : San Lorenzo (5 Seasons)
    Boca Juniors (4 Seasons), Atletico Madrid (2 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 2 Times Argentine Metropolitano
    2 Times Argentine Nacional
    2 Times Copa Libertadores Cup (1977, 1978)
    1974 European Cup Runner-Up
    1978 Intercontinental Cup
    Individual Achievement : None
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Offensive Midfielder

    Juan Carlos Lorenzo is the only manager in history to ever reach both Copa Libertadores Cup and European Cup final match. His managing career was started at RCD Mallorca in 1958. Impressively, he led the team to win promotion to Spanish La Liga from third division within two seasons. However, the remainder of the 1960s was no trophy for him during five seasons at Lazio and the 1966 FIFA World Cup. The 1970s became his greatest period. He led San Lorenzo winning the 1972 Argentine Nacional with unbeaten record. In 1974, he reached the only European Cup finalist in history of Atletico Madrid club. Lorenzo met his best club’s career with Boca Juniors even he worked for them just three seasons and won Copa Liberteadores Cup twice. He wandered to manage many clubs before get retirement in the last season with Boca Junior in 1987. The Failure Point : 1970 Lazio : Coppa Italia Group Stage (lowest place)
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    38. Guillermo Stabile

    Date Of Birth : 17 January 1905
    Nation : Argentina
    Major Team : Argentina (21 Years)
    Racing Club (11 Seasons), Huracan (9 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 3 Times Argentinian league
    6 Times South American Championship
    Individual Achievement : Argentina’s Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Striker

    Guillermo Stabile by far holds the record most South American championship winners. He officially started his career as a player-manager with Red Star Paris in 1937 and helped the team to win promotion to Ligue 1 in 1939 before accepted the Argentina national team jobs in the same year. There were many World-Class Argentinean players in his era best known for “La Maquina of River Plate”. This made his jobs easier but it was regrettable that Argentina didn’t participate in World Cup until 1958 that the team finished the last place of the group round. Stabile set record, coached the national team in 123 official matches gaining 83 victories. At that time, national team coach didn’t responsible for too many things so he was allowed to manage Argentinian club at the same time and he led Racing club to win 3 consecutive Argentinean league titles between 1949 and 1951. The Failure Point : 1958 Argentina : World Cup Final Group Stage (lost Czechoslovakia 1 – 6)
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    37. Bill Shankly

    Date of Birth : 2 September 1913
    Nation : Scotland
    Major Team : Liverpool (15 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 3 Times English Top Division
    2 Times FA Cup
    1966 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup Runner-Up
    1973 UEFA Cup
    1 Time European Cup Semi-Finalist
    1973 UEFA Double Champions
    Individual Achievement : Liverpool’s Greatest Manager Ever
    1974 Officer of The Order of the British Empire
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Central Midfielder

    Bill Shankly is the real builder of Liverpool’s foundation and the original greatness and is one of the most respectable Brtiish managers of all-time. Shankly took charge of Liverpool when they were bottom of the Second Division but soon established them as one of the major forces in the English game. He was first was appointed the manager of Carlisle United. Shankly’s tenure at Huddersfield was relatively unsuccessful, as the Terriers recorded three successive mid-table finishes in Division Two. He became Liverpool’s manager when they had suffered a period of decline in the 50s. He attended with odds and ends matters to introduce players. After five seasons at Liverpool, he finally brought English champion over Anfield and a UEFA Cup in 1973 as the first ever European trophy of the club before decided to retire in the next season. Liverpool has become the top English clubs in his era. The Failure Point : None
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    36. Rafael Benitez

    Date of Birth : 16 April 1960
    Nation : Spain
    Major Team : Valencia (3 Seasons), Liverpool (6 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 2 Times Spanish La Liga
    1 Times FA Cup, 1 Time Coppa Italia
    2004 UEFA Cup, 2013 Europea League
    2005 UEFA Champion League, 2007 Runner-Up, 1 Time Semi-Final
    2005 UEFA Super Cup, 2010 FIFA Club World Cup
    Individual Achievement : LMA Special Merit Awards
    6 Times Premier League Manager of the Month
    2 Times UEFA Manager of the Year (2004, 2005)
    Style : Defensive, Playing Position : Defender

    Rafael Benitez is known as one of the great defensive tacticians, is a specialist in football club tournament most notable UEFA Champion League with Liverpool. Benitez is a firm believer in squad rotation policy and zonal marking system which has been criticized by many when the figure of the offensive game is inactive. He is best remembered to fulfill Liverpool win the most prestigious European football trophy after the last two decade of non-trophy. In the early career, he was sacked from two clubs Real Vallalodid and Osasuna within a short time. Nevertheless, he could turn his performance by leading Extremadura to promote to Spanish La Liga as the first achievement. Valencia won the first La Liga Title on the last 31 years under his tenure. In only half of season at Series A with Inter Milan, he was sacked again. The Failure Point : 2011 Inter Milan : 6th place in Series A
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    35. Johan Cruyff

    Date Of Birth : 25 April 1947
    Nation : Netherlands
    Major Team : Barcelona (8 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 4 Times Spanish La Liga
    1 Time Copa Del Rey
    2 Times KNVB Cup
    2 Times UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup (1987, 1989)
    2 Times UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup Runner-Up (1988, 1991)
    1992 European Cup Champion
    1994 UEFA Champion League Runner-Up
    1992 European Double Champions
    Individual Achievement : 1987 World Soccer Manager of the Year
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Forward

    Johan Cruyff was best recognized as the World legendary player and this perhaps caused him not so famous as manager. Cruyff became a manager of Ajax after just once year of his retirement of professional footballer. During three seasons there, he didn’t win any Dutch league title but still won the 1987 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. His best part of the career was created at Barcelona. He built the team to dominate Spanish la Liga in the first half 1990s, won four league titles in row between 1991 and 1994 and won the first European cup in history of the club in 1992. With 11 trophies, Cruyff has been Barcelona’s most successful manager to date as he had more trophies to show for his tenure, as well as being the club’s longest serving manager. Cruyff has retired from managing career since then. The Failure Point : None
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    34. Bryan Clough

    Date Of Birth : 21 March 1935
    Major Team : Nottingham Forest (18 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 2 Times English Top Division
    4 Times English League Cup
    2 Times European Cup Champions (1979, 1980)
    1 Time European Cup Semi-Finalist
    Individual Achievement : 1978 English Top League Manager of the Year
    Nottingham Forest’s Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Forward

    Bryan Clough is widely considered to be one of the greatest managers of the English game and the greatest English manager never to have managed the England team. He was noted for his ability to turn a game to his and his team’s advantage. Clough became a manager starting at Hartlepools United in 1965 fourth division but was sacked in two years later. He moved to Derby County in Second Division and had started to lay the foundations for his future. Clough inducted the club to win promotion in 1969 and eventually won the English champion in 1972 following up by reaching the 1973 European Cup semi-finalist. Clough met his hardest point of career when he was sacked in Leeds Utd just 44 days in the club. He switched to manage Nottingham Forest in 1975 second division and spent two seasons to win promotion and could win English top division in the next season immediately. His great performance was unstoppable to win European Cup twice in two following seasons. He retired from professional career in 1993. The Failure Point : 1982 Nottingham Forest : FA Cup round of 64 (lost Wrexham 1-3 at home, 1993 Nottingham Forest : 22th in English Premier League (Relegation)
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    33. Nereo Rocco

    Date Of Birth : 20 May 1912
    Nation : Italy
    Major Team : AC Milan (9 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 2 Times Italian Series A
    3 Times Copa Italia
    2 Times UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup (1968, 1973)
    2 Times European Cup Champion (1963, 1969)
    1969 Intercontinental Cup
    Individual Achievement : None
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Offensive Midfielder

    Nereo Rocco is the first legendary manager of AC Milan club. Rocco made his coaching debut for Triestina in 1947. He obtained a surprising second place in the Serie A, which is still the highest result ever reached by the team. He left Triestina a few years later. In 1953 Rocco signed as coach of Serie B team Padova, being able to avoid a relegation and obtaining promotion into Serie A the following season. The Serie A period of Rocco’s Padova is still remembered as the team’s most successful in their history. In 1961, Rocco was appointed as new AC Milan coach, starting one of the most successful periods for the Rossoneri, winning Italian league, Cup winners’ Cup and the European Cup twice of each in two periods. After a good stint at Torino for for seasons, where he obtained the best results since the disappearance of the Grande Torino before returned to AC Milan in 1967. He led the team to win Series A record fewest goal conceding ratio in a single season with 0.4 achieved in the 1968 – 1969 season. After a year in Fiorentina, Rocco decided to end his coaching career in 1974. The Failure Point : 1962 AC Milan : Coppa Italia Round of 32 (lost Modena 0-1 at home)
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    32. Raymond Goethals

    Date Of Birth : 7 October 1921
    Nation : Belgium
    Major Team : Anderlecht (5 Seasons)
    Standard de Liege (3 Seasons)
    Olympique Marseille (2 Seasons), Belgium (8 Years)
    Major Achievement : 3 Times Belgian League
    3 Times French League
    4 Times Belgian Cup
    1972 European Championship Third Place
    1977 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup Runner-Up
    1978 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup
    1991 European Cup Runner-Up
    1993 European Cup
    1993 European Double Champions
    Individual Achievement : None
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Goalkeeper

    “Raymond-The Science” Raymond Goethals is the greatest Belgian manager of all-time. He began managing Sint-Truidense in 1959 and spent seven seasons to lead them to win second place in Belgian Pro league. Goethals took charge of the Belgian national side in 1968. Belgium in his era qualified for the 1970 FIFA World Cup and achieved the 1972 Euro third place in his homeland but it disqualified for the 1974 World Cup just for goal differences, also disqualified for the 1976 Euro. He returned to go on his club career, was no trophy for Bordeux in two seasons, no league title for 4 seasons at Anderlecht but compensated it with 3 Belgian cup and a cup winners’ cup. He had a successful career with Standard liege and Olympic Marseille. He led Marseille winning French league for 3 titles in row and won their only European Cup in 1993. The Failure Point : 1980 Bordeux : French Cup round of 32 (lost harve athletic 1-2), 1983 Standard Liege : Belgian Cup round of 16 (lost Lokeren 0-3)
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    31. Arrigo Sacchi

    Date Of Birth : 1 April 1946
    Nation : Italy
    Major Team : AC Milan (5 Seasons), Italy (5 Years)
    Major Achievement : 1 Time Italian Series A
    2 Times European Cup Winners (1989, 1990)
    2 Times Intercontinental Cup (1989, 1990)
    1994 FIFA World Cup Runner-Up
    Individual Achievement :
    1989 World Soccer Manager of the Year
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : None

    Arrigo Sacchi is one of the all-time greatest managers in history of European Cup tournament. His achievements with the Fiorentina youth team earned interest from Parma F.C. who were in Serie C1. He got Parma promoted in his first season, and the following season took them to narrowly missing out on promotion to Series A. However, the importance of his time at Parma was due to the Coppa Italia. Sacchi’s success at Milan gained him two back-to-back European cups- an incredible achievement. The success he gained was largely attributed to the Dutch trio he had purchased- Marco Van Basten, Ruud Gullit and Frank Rijkaard. AC Milan of his time is regarded as one of the greatest teams in history of football. Sacchi was also famous for pushing Italy that was still not divisible in formation to reach the 1994 World Cup finalist after lost on penalty. He guided the team to qualify for 1996 Euro but finished just first round. The Failure Point : 1997 AC Milan : 11th place in Series A, 1999 Atletico Madrid : 13th place in La Liga
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    30. Luis Alfonso Perez

    Date Of Birth : 1 March 1922
    Naion : Brazil
    Major Team : Santos
    Major Achievement : 8 Times Brazil State Championship
    4 Times Rio-Sao Paulo Tournament
    5 Times Taca Brasil
    2 Times Copa Libertadores Cup (1962, 1963)
    2 Times Intercontinental Cup (1962, 1963)
    1962 South American Double Champions
    1963 South American Triple Champions
    Individual Achievement : None
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : None

    Luis Alfonso Perez or “Lula” is the most successful manager in history of Brazilian football club. Santos under his controllation during the first half 1960s, is regarded by many as the greatest south american club of all-time and one of the greatest ever in the world. The club won quadruple champion in twice seasons in row between 1962 and 1963. They won Taca Brasil, Copa Libertadores Cup and Intercontinental Cip in both year and won Brazil state championship in 1962 and won Rio Sao Paulo Tournament in 1963. However, his credit of team achievement is overshadowed by player who is the greatest footballer of all-time “Pele”. Lula manage only Santos club in his managing career for 13 seasons between 1954 and 1966.
    The Failure Point : 1960 Santos : 8th place in Torneio Rio Sao Paulo
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    29. Carlo Alberto Parreira

    Date Of Birth : 27 February 1943
    Nation : Brazil
    Major Team : Fluminense (5 Seasons), Ghana (7 Years)
    Kuwait (5 Years), UAE (4 Years), Brazil (7 Years)
    Major Achievement : 1 Time Brazil Series A Championship
    1 Time Brazil Cup, 1 Time Turkish League
    2 Times AFC Asian Cup Winners (1980, 1988)
    1983 Copa America Runner-Up
    1994 FIFA World Cup Champion
    2004 Copa America Champion
    2005 FIFA Confederation Cup Champion
    Individual Achievement : 1994 World Soccer Manager of the Year
    2005 IFFHS World’s Best National Coach of the Year
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : None

    Carlos Alberto Parreira is an internationally successful manager. He is one of a few World-Class managers in history to be non-former professional footballer. He fully took his career as manager with Fluminese in 1975. Parreira is one of two coaches that led five national teams to the World Cup: Kuwait in 1982, UAE in 1990, Brazil in 1994 and 2006, Saudi Arabia in 1998 and South Africa in 2010. He was credited to induct Brazil to win the 1994 World Cup despite it was not the era of superstars. He was noted for his discipline of tactic as a new looking for a technical team such Brazil. In his club career, he wandered to manage nine clubs mostly in Brazil especially Fluminese that is his favorite club where he won Brazil national league in 1984 and helped the team to survive from the extinction due to bankruptcy after winning the Third division. Parreira is one of the two managers in history to win all three major international competition are World Cup, Copa America and FIFA Confederation Cup. The Failure Point : 1996 Fenerbahce : UEFA Cup First Round (lost Real Betis 1-4)
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    28. Don Revie

    Date Of Birth : 10 July 1927
    Nation : England
    Major Team : Leeds United (13 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 2 Times English Top League
    1 Time FA Cup
    1967 Inter-Cities Fair Cup Runner-Up
    2 Times Inter-Cities Fair Cup (1968, 1971)
    1973 European Cup Winners’ Cup Runner-Up
    1 Time European Cup Semi-Finalist
    Individual Achievement : Leeds United’s Greatest Manager Ever
    1969 Order of the British Empire
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Offensive Midfielder

    Don Revie is one of most renowned British managers in club career. Revie was made player-manager in March 1961. He immediately began to institute radical changes such as the implementation of a youth policy. He won the Football League Second Division within 3 years as manager. In 1964 Leeds won promotion to the First Division as the second division champion. Immediately, he led Leeds to win second place of the top tier in 1965 before won champions twice and totally won runner-up five times include one FA Cup and three runner-up. Additionally, Leeds reached Inter-Citied Fair Cup final three times and won champions twice. This proved that he led Leeds United as one of the best teams in England in his era. However, he had failure in international career with England national team, disqualified for both the 1976 Euro and the 1978 FIFA World Cup before get retirement in Middle East. The Failure Point : 1972 Leeds Utd : UEFA Cup First Round (lost SK Lierse 2-4)
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    27. Luis Felipe Scolari

    Date Of Birth : 9 November 1948
    Nation : Brazil
    Major Team : Gremio (3 Seasons), Palmeiras (3 Seasons)
    Portugal (5 Years), Brazil (2 Years)
    Major Achievement : 1 Time Brazil Series A Championship
    2 Times Copa de Brasil
    2 Times Copa Libertadores Cup (1995, 1999)
    2002 FIFA World Cup Champion
    2004 European Championship Runner-Up
    2006 FIFA World Cup Fourth Place
    Individual Achievement :
    2002 IFFHS World’s Best National Coach of the Year
    2 Times South American Coach of the Year (1999, 2002)
    Portugal’s Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Defender

    Luis Felipe Scolari is the only manager in history to win both Copa Libertadores Cup and FIFA World Cup. He was first appointed manager of CSA, winning the Alagoano state championship in his first season. He moved to Grêmio, where he won a Gaúcho state championship. After went tour in Middle East, Scolari returned to Grêmio where he met his best club career achievement, won six titles in only three years including the Copa Libertadores. He was also successful with Palmeiras after he guided them to win their first Copa Liberteadores. Scoloari built his reputation to the Worldwide after he acquitted the 2002 World Cup trophy. He switched to manage Portugal and helped them to reach their only Euro finalist in 2004 as host but he was discredited for losing the lower level team like Greece before led Portugal to reach their second World Cup semi-finalist. He had a hard time to manage superstars in Chelsea and was finally sacked. The biggest flaw of his career is the defeat of Brazil 1-7 to Germany in the 2014 FIFA World Cup semi-final round. The Failure Point : 2012 Palmeiras : 18th place in Campeonato Brasileiro, 2014 Brazil : Semi-finalist (lost Germany 1 -7)
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    26. Albert Batteux

    Date Of Birth : 2 July 1919
    Major Team : Stade de Reims (13 Seasons)
    Saint Etienne (5 Seasons), France (7 Years)
    Major Achievement : 9 Times French League
    3 Times French Cup
    1953 Latin Cup
    2 Times European Cup Runner-Up (1956, 1959)
    1958 FIFA World Cup Third Place
    1960 European Championship Fourth Place
    3 Times French Double Champions
    Individual Achievement : French League Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Winger

    Albert Batteux is the first World-Class French manager and the most successful manager in history of French league with a record nine champions. He first became a manager of Stade De Reims in 1950 at his 31 years old. Batteux built the club until it met the golden era in the 1950s, won five league titles include the 1953 and 1958 double champion and reached European cup final twice. Then, he was selected as a manager of France national team in 1956. Batteux controlled the team to win the third place in the 1958 World Cup and the 1960 Euro fourth place. However, he failed to lead France to qualify for the 1962 World Cup. He led Reims to win the record most goal differences ratio in a French Ligue season with 1.66 (63 goals) achieved in the 1959 – 1960 season. He moved to manage Grenoble for four seasons before won two double champions with Saint Etienne and put the foundation of the team to meet their golden era in the middle 1970s. The Failure Point : 1957 Stade de Reim : French Cup first round (lost El Biar 0-2), 1981 Marseille : French Cup first round (lost Saint Tropez 1-2)
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    25. Bob Paisley

    Date Of Birth : 23 January 1919
    Nation : England
    Major Team : Liverpool (9 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 6 Times English Top Division
    3 Times English league Cup
    1976 UEFA Cup
    3 Times European Cup (1977, 1978, 1981)
    1977 European Double Champions
    Individual Achievement : 6 Times English League Manager of the Year
    English Football Hall of Fame
    1983 Officer of The Order of the British Empire
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Defensive Midfielder

    Bob Paisley is the most successful manager ever, holds the record most winners in European Cup, and is regarded as a successor of Bill Shankly who set the structure of the team prior to his era. His career as manager was started in 1974 at his 55 years old already after controlled the reserved team for many seasons. All nine years of his career was spent for Liverpool. He is the greatest British manager of all-time in term of year-to-champion record. Only the FA Cup eluded Paisley, although Liverpool would be runners-up in 1977 and beaten semi-finalists in 1979 and 1980. Paisley could go on develop the team by spirit of team work as the hearts of successful, not allowed any player to superior authorization. He didn’t use players extravagantly and was famous for his intelligent to solve the game. Bob Paisley was awarded OBE in 1983. The Failure Point : None
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    24. Carlo Ancelotti

    Date Of Birth : 10 June 1959
    Nation : Italy
    Major Team : AC Milan (8 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 1 Time Italian Series A
    1 Time English Premier League, 1 Time French League
    1 Time Copa Italia, 1 Time FA Cup, 1 Time Copa Del Rey
    2005 UEFA Champion League Runner-Up
    3 Times UEFA Champion League Winners (2003, 2007, 2014)
    2007 FIFA Club World Cup
    1 Time UEFA Champion League Semi-Finalist
    1 Time English Double Champion
    Individual Achievement : 2003 UEFA Manager of the Year
    2 Times Series A Coach of the Year (2001, 2004)
    2003 World Soccer Manager of the Year
    2007 IFFHS World Club Coach of the Year
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Winger

    “Carletto” Carlo Ancelotti is one of the most successful managers in UEFA Champion League, is noted for his proficient in setting of condensed central midfielders without wingers. He started his career as manager in 1995 with Reggiana and spent time there just once season. Then, he moved to control Parma and Juventus for two seasons a team but not won any major trophy. Ancelotti establish himself as one of the legendary managers of AC Milan. He led the club to reach 3 times UEFA Champion league final during his eight seasons there and won twice. However, he didn’t successful enough in Italian Series A and won it just once time. Ancelotti moved to Chelsea after reaching of the saturated point at Milan and he led the team to be double champion just for his first season as the second non-British manager to ever do so. The Failure Point : 1997 Parma : Coppa Italia Round of 32 (lost Pescara 1-3), 2001 Juventus : UEFA Champion League Group Stage (lowest place in Group E), 2005 AC Milan : 5th place in Series A
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    23. Arsene Wenger

    Date Of Birth : 22 October 1949, Nation : France
    Major Team : Monaco (7 Seasons), Arsenal (14 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 2 Times French League, 1 Time French Cup
    3 Times English Premier League, 4 Times FA Cup, 3 Times Dutch Cup
    1992 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup Runner-Up, 2000 UEFA Cup Runner-Up
    2006 UEFA Champion League Runner-Up, 2 Times Semi-Finalist
    2 Times English Double Champions
    Individual Achievement :
    2 Times French Manager of the Year (1988, 2008 )
    1995 J. League Manager of the Year
    1998 World Soccer Manager of The Year
    4 Times Onze d’Or Coach of The Year (2000, 2002, 2003, 2004)
    4 Times FA Premier League Manager of the Year (1998, 2002, 2004)
    2 Times BBC Sports Personality of the Year Coach Award (2002, 2004)
    2006 English Football Hall of Fame
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Central Midfielder

    Arsene Wenger is a specialist in term of development of young star. Wenger’s first senior job was at Nancy-Lorraine, which he joined in 1984, but he enjoyed little success there. He became the manager of AS Monaco in 1987. He won the league in 1988 for his first season in charge. Wenger created his masterpiece result before leave Monaco with the 1994 European Cup semi-finalist. In 1996, he started his career at Arsenal. He brought many superstars and established the team as the best rival of Man Utd in premier league and won English double champions twice in 1998 and 2000. Wenger notably led Arsenal to win the record longest unbeaten streak in England with 49 achieved in 2003 to 2004. The 2006 UEFA Champion League finalist is his last achievement before got no trophy due to the policy of the club to build the team from inexperienced teenage stars. However, he is still regarded as one of the greatest managers in history of Arsenal club. The Failure Point : 1997 Arsenal : UEFA Cup First Round (lost Gladbach both leg (2-4)), 1998 Arsenal : UEFA Cup First Round (lost PAOK 1-2)
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    22. Matt Busby

    Date Of Birth : 26 May 1909
    Nation : Scotland
    Major Team : Manchester United (25 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 5 Times English Top League
    1968 European Cup
    4 Times European Cup Semi-Finalist
    Individual Achievement :
    1958 Commander of the Most Excellent Order of British Empire
    1968 Knight Bachelor
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Central Midfielder

    Matt Busby is notable for his hard working to renovate Manchester United from the 1958 Munich disaster. He was the longest serving manager in the history of Manchester United until 19 December 2010, when Alex Ferguson surpassed his record. Busby was first appointed as Man Utd’s manager in 1945. He soon established himself as a successful manager of the club, finished 4 times league runner-up before took the first English league trophy since 1911 to the club in 1952. The tragedy of Munich disaster stopped the greatness of Man Utd in the late 1950s that they won the league champions twice prior to the event. After the crash, Busby built a new side around Munich survivors. Busby spent five seasons to successfully rebuild the team as he won the 1963 FA Cup and came back to win the league again in 1965 before made the victory to acquire the highest level trophy in the 1968 European Cup. He officially retired from his career in 1971. The Failure Point : 1956 Man Utd : FA Cup Round of 64 (lost Bristol Rovers 0 -4), 1963 Man Utd : 19th place in English First Division
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    21. Svenn Goran Eriksson

    Date Of Birth : 5 February 1948, Nation : Sweden
    Major Team : Benfica (5 Seasons), Sampdoria (5 Seasons)
    Lazio (4 Seasons), Gothenburg (3 Seasons)
    AS Roma (3 Seasons), England (5 Years)
    Major Achievement : 1 Time Swedish League
    3 Times Portuguese Liga, 1 Time Portuguese Cup
    1 Time Italian Series A, 4 Times Copa Italia
    2 Times Svenska Cupen, 1982 UEFA Cup
    2 Times UEFA Cup Runner-Up (1983, 1998)
    1990 European Cup Runner-Up
    1999 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup
    1 Time Swedish Double Champions
    1 Time Portuguese Double Champions
    1 Time Italian Double Champions
    Individual Achievement : 2000 Italian Series A Coach of The Year
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Side-Back

    Svenn Goran Eriksson is the greatest Scandinavian manager of all-time. He is the only manager to win league-and-cup doubles in three different countries in Portugal, Sweden and Italy. He started his career as manager at Degerfors. Svenn spent a short time to reach his successful year with Gothenburg, won the 1982 UEFA treble with them as his first masterpiece. He best period was created when he managed Benfica and Lazio. Benfica in his era won the 1983 double champion and the 1990 European Cup finalist is his highest achievement. His first part career in Italian Series A was not outstanding. He managed Roma, Fiorentina and Sampdoria for totally 10 seasons but won just Coppa Italia twice. However, he finally tool Lazio to meet their golden age and won the 2000 Italy double champion. Then, Svenn was considerably successful with England national team that qualified for all major tournaments during his time. The Failure Point : None
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    20. Luis Van Gaal

    Date of Birth : 8 August 1951, Nation : Netherlands
    Major Team : Ajax Amsterdam (6 Seasons), Barcelona (4 Seasons)
    AZ Akmarr (4 Seasons), Bayern Munich (2 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 4 Times Eredivise Champions
    2 Times Spanish La Liga, 1 Time Copa Del Rey
    1 Time Bundesliga Champion, 1 Time KNVB Cup, 1 Time DFB Pokal
    1992 UEFA Cup, 1995 UEFA Champion League – Intercontinental Cup
    2 Times UEFA Champion League Runner-Up (1996, 2010)
    2 Times UEFA Champion League Semi-Finalist
    1 Time Spanish Double Champions, 1 Time German Double Champions
    1995 European Double Champions, 2014 FIFA World Cup Semi-Finalist
    Individual Achievement : 2 Times Rinus Michels Award
    1995 World Soccer Manager of the Year
    2009 Dutch Sport Coach of the Year
    2010 German Footballer Manager of the Year
    Style : Attacking, Playing Position : Defensive Midfielder

    Louis Van Gaal is one of the masters of football theoretical manager. He quickly met his career achievement as he won the 1992 UEFA Cup with Ajax just for the first season of his managing career. During the middle 1990s, he was regarded as one of the greatest managers in the World, led Ajax won Dutch league three titles in row, reached European cup final twice and acquired a trophy. Van Gaal moved to Barcelona but he could not be fulfilled his potential there. The 2002 FIFA World Cup disqualification of Holland national team is his biggest defect point in his career. However, Van Gaal still proved himself as the top-class manager when he led AZ Akmarr to win their second Eredivisie in the history. Van Gaal closed to win the 2010 European treble with Bayern Munich but finally missed after losing in UEFA Champion League Final.
    The Failure Point : 1996 Ajax : KNVB Cup Round of 16 (lost FC Cambuur 0-2), 2003 Barcelona : Copa Del Rey Round of 64 (lost Novelda 2-3), 2002 Holland : Disqualification of for the World Cup Final
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    19. Jupp Heynckes

    Date Of Birth : 9 May 1945
    Nation : Germany
    Major Club : Monchengladbach (9 Seasons)
    Bayern Munich (6 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 3 Times Bundesliga
    1 Time DFB Pokal
    2 Times UFEA Champion League (1998, 2013), 2012 Runner-Up
    2013 European Triple Champion
    Individual Achievement : Bundesliga Best Seasonal Manager Ever
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Forward

    Jupp Heynckes is one of Bayern Munich’s greatest managers ever. He is most renowned for his role to lead Bayern Munich to achieve their greatest ever Bundesliga season and triple champions of overall season in the 2012 – 2013. He start managing career with his former club playing career, Monchengladbach. Finally, it was disappointing without any trophy although the team reached UEFA Cup finalist in 1980 and it was beaten by goal difference for the 1983 -1984 Bundesliga champion, also losing in penalty shootout in DFB pokal final in that season. Heynckes was not successful in his first period at Bayern Munich and being sacked prior to return successfully. He also managed three Spanish clubs in six seasons and achieved winning UEFA champion league with Real Madrid. Heynckes also helped Leverkusen to finish second place in Bundesliga. Bayern Munich with Heynckes won the Bundesliga record the lowest goal concede per season with 18 and the best goal difference with 93 in the 2012 – 2013 season. The Failure Point : 1991 Bayern : DFB-Pokal First Round (lost Weinheim 0 -1), 1993 Athletic Bilbao : Copa Del Rey third round (lost Xerez 0 -1), 2000 Benfica : UEFA Cup third round (lost Celta Vigo 1 – 8)
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    18. Miguel Munoz

    Date Of Birth : 19 January 1922
    Nation : Spain
    Major Team : Real Madrid (14 Seasons), Spain (6 Years)
    Major Achievement : 9 Times Spanish La Liga
    3 Times Spanish Cup
    3 Times European Cup Winners (1959, 1960, 1966)
    1960 Intercontinental Cup
    1971 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup Runner-Up
    1984 European Championship Runner-Up
    2 Times European Cup Semi-Finalist
    1 Time Spanish Double Champions
    Individual Achievement : Real Madrid’s Greatest Manager Ever
    Spanish La Liga Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Defensive Midfielder

    Miguel Munoz is widely regarded as one of the greatest Spanish managers of all-time, holds the record most winners in Spanish La Liga and European Cup. He served a brief apprenticeship as coach of Real’s reserve team, then named Plus Ultra CF, before been appointed coach of the senior team in 1959 and immediately won European Cup in his first season of career. His time in charge was one of the clubs most successful eras, includes a five league in row sequence and the 1962 double champion. Munoz helped the club to win the World record longest unbeaten home games in the league with 121 between 1957 and 1965. After seven more club seasons (Granada CF, Hércules CF, UD Las Palmas and Sevilla), Muñoz took the reins of the national side in 1982 and eventually led Spain to the UEFA Euro 1984 runner-up place, as well as the quarterfinals of the 1986 World Cup. His last piece was the 1988 Euro qualifier.
    The Failure Point : 1974 Real Madrid : 8th place in La Liga, UEFA Cup First Round (lost Ipswich 0 -1)
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    17. Udo Lattek

    Date Of Birth : 16 January 1935
    Nation : Germany
    Major Team : Bayern Munich (9 Seasons)
    Monchengladbach (4 Seasons)
    Major Achievement : 8 Times Bundesliga
    3 Times DFB-Pokal
    1974 European Cup
    1979 UEFA Cup
    1982 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup
    1987 European Cup Runner-Up
    1 Time German Double Champions
    1974 European Double Champions
    Individual Achievement : None
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Striker

    Udo Lattek is one of the two managers in history to win all major European club trophies and the only one to do so with three different teams and holds the record most champions in Bundesliga. With 14 major titles, Lattek is one of the most successful coaches in the history of the game, and the most successful coach with German teams. Lattek took over the reins of Bayern Munich as the first time of his managing career in 1970. He won Bundesliga 3 three times in row between 1972 and 1974 and won the first European Cup in history of the club in 1974 and also helped the club to win the Bundesliga record highest number of goals per season with 101 in the 1971 – 1972 season. Lattek became the successor of Hennes Weisweiler in Monchengladbach 1976. He went on what Weisweiler set the structure and won a UEFA Cup before commanded the club to reach their only European club finalist in 1977. Then, he won Cup Winners’ Cup with Barcelona and came back to Bayern again in 1983 where he won three Bundesliga titles, a double champion and the 1987 European Cup finalist. The Failure Point : 1975 Bayern : 10th place in Bundesliga (Champion in previous season by himself), 1979 Gladbach : 10th place in Bundesliga (Runner-Up in previous season by himself)
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    16. Bobby Robson

    Date Of Birth : 18 February 1933
    Nation : England
    Major Team : Ipswich Town (13 Seasons)
    Newcastle United (5 Seasons) PSV Eindhoven (3 Seasons)
    England (8 Years)
    Major Achievement : 2 Times Portuguese Liga
    2 Times Eredivisie Champions
    1 Time Portuguese Cup
    1 Time FA Cup
    1 Time Copa Del Rey
    1981 UEFA Cup
    1990 FIFA World Cup Fourth Place
    1997 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup
    Individual Achievement : None
    Style : Equivalent, Playing Position : Offensive Midfielder

    Bobby Robson is one of highly regarded English manager. His career’s longevity is three and a half of decades. Fulham was his first club as manager when he was chosen to help the team to survive from relegation but it wasn’t fulfilled. By the end of season, he move to settle down as Ipswich manager for 13 seasons and establish his reputation as successful manager and the club’s greatest manager ever and built his statue in the club. Robson built the small team like Ipswich Town to be one of the top English clubs in his era, finished runner-up of the English league twice, won a FA cup and a UEFA Cup. Robson was also successful for his international career, led England returning to their prestige as one of the best teams in the Europe. He is regarded as the greatest manager for England since the 1970s. He won titles everywhere that he managed outside England consist of PSV, Sporting Portugal and Barcelona. The Failure Point : None
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    15. Otto Rehagel

    Date Of Birth : 9 August 1938
    Nation : Germany
    Major Team : Werder Bremen (14 Seasons)
    Kaiserslautern (4 Seasons), Greece (9 Years)
    Major Achievement : 3 Times Bundesliga Champions
    3 Times DFB-Pokal
    1992 UEFA Cup Winners’Cup
    2004 European Championship Winner
    Individual Achievement : 2004 Greek Personality of The Year
    2004 IFFHS World Best National Team Coach of The Year
    2005 Federal Cross of Merit
    Greece’s Greatest Manager Ever
    Style : Counter-Attack, Equivalent, Playing Position : Defender

    Otto Rehagel is notable as one of the greatest managers of all-time for managing of small teams. He first became a coach in 1974 with Kickers Offenbach. With Borussia Dortmund, he suffered a historical, record-setting 12–0 loss. After several short assignments including Arminia Bielefeld and Fortuna Düsseldorf he worked for Werder Bremen that established themselves as one of the main teams in the Bundesliga during his era and won the first champion in 1988. Rehagel was sacked at Bayern Munich before the end of first season and achieved the great performance to the club due to being disagreed with his old-fashioned tactic. His first masterpiece was created when he took Kaiserslautern to promote for Bundesliga and won the champion immediately, was by now the first win of promoted team. Then, He commanded a small nation like Greece to surprise the World with winning the 2004 European Championship. Greece also qualified for the 2008 Euro and the 2010 World Cup but disqualified for the 2006 World Cup. The Failure Point : 1995 Bremen : DFB-Pokal First Round (lost Bayern Amateur 1-2)
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    14. Guss Hiddink

    Date Of Birth : 8 November 1946
    Nation : Netherlands
    Major Team : PSV Eindhoven (7 Seasons), Valencia (3 years)

  27. Muñeca tujeroto alías bangay, surrado, life10- piketes en su pedirrient0 @no, máximo @rgentino narigón fracasado y cuando le meten el dedo gordo habla de política y de otros deportes , complejo de mediocridad te va matar!!

  28. Vete a tomarporculo maxi no me jodas….para que metes está parrafada? ahora cuesta un rato ir hasta el final de la página.

    MODERADOR(yo mismo) elimina esa muerda.

  29. Sal Sanchez El Inmortal el

    Con pocas letras te empino Maximina,…dime de un centro delantero Argentino que haya estado en el real madrid mejor que HUGO SANCHEZ? or un defensa central Argentino mejor que RAFA MARQUEZ?…ves que facil te empino?… no tienes ninguno pendejho y eso que nuestro soccer no tiene 200 years de historia como el tuyo si acaso 40 or a lo sumo 50,..pendejasho!!

  30. ROKY el 27 ABRIL, 2017 20:48
    TONY el 27 ABRIL, 2017 20:17
    FAYCAN el 27 ABRIL, 2017 10:24
    Los americanos y británicos son los mejores expertos en esteroides y hormonas de crecimiento, además de enmascaradores… Los rusos les han imitado y han ido a por ellos… En atletismo casos como Florence Griffith que murió de un infarto a los 39,Marion Jones que pasó hasta por el talego, Armstrong con su EPO…, en boxeo Hollified siempre estaba relacionado con temas de esteroides pero lo taparon… En el caso británico es curioso que hace 20 años en los JJOO tenían menos medallas que España y a partir de ahí mejoraron exponencialmente…
    ……..
    CHECASTE RUKY TU QUE TANTO DEFIENDES A YOSHUA EL PACMAN NO ES EL ÚNICO INFLADO CON SUSTANCIAS PROHIBIDAS JO.
    ————
    Dos cosas,

    La primera no te creas todo lo que lees y menos si sopla con viento de ultramar….
    La segunda a tus paisanos les encanta el clembutetol y los estereroides tanto o tan poco que a otros a diferencia que los enmascaradores en vez de ser químicos son institucionales.
    ……….
    son contados esos casos accidentales ruky, le a pasado a otros deportistas de mi país hasta a la selección de México de fútbol.

    tenemos a USA junto a nosotros el primer productor de carne con hormonas del mundo eso cuenta mucho. En estos momentos hasta tu te has echado tu hamburguesa de clembuterol jojo o no mi ruky. Todo el mundo esta comiendo esa basura gringa

  31. Sal Sanchez El Inmortal el

    jajajajajajajaja distefano(se dice espanol),.. todavia,.. pero mascherano?..jajajajajajajajajaja a que Rosy tan tonta,.. Rafa es y sera mucho mejor que el comodin Mascherano y dije defensa central animal?…

  32. Sal Sanchez El Inmortal el

    Tony,..tenemos a USA junto a nosotros el primer productor de carne con hormonas del mundo eso cuenta mucho. En estos momentos hasta tu te has echado tu hamburguesa de clembuterol jojo o no mi ruky. Todo el mundo esta comiendo esa basura gringa…………./////////////………….pasa que la Rosy se come esa carne por las nalgas por eso no sabe de dopajes jajajajajajajajaja

  33. SAL SANCHEZ EL INMORTAL el 27 ABRIL, 2017 21:18
    Ya viene el Gran Marica con las bragas mojadas deseando tener al toro Ucraniano y al toro ingles bajo sus sabanas jajajajajajajajajaja
    ……..
    gran hablador le a de entrar duro a las sustancias prohibidas, su mente de loco lo delatan ya parece disco rayado con el canelo su amor platónico imposible jo.

  34. SAL SANCHEZ EL INMORTAL el 27 ABRIL, 2017 22:34
    Tony,..tenemos a USA junto a nosotros el primer productor de carne con hormonas del mundo eso cuenta mucho. En estos momentos hasta tu te has echado tu hamburguesa de clembuterol jojo o no mi ruky. Todo el mundo esta comiendo esa basura gringa…………./////////////………….pasa que la Rosy se come esa carne por las nalgas por eso no sabe de dopajes jajajajajajajajaja
    ……..
    jojo te pasas con razón los hater de mexicanos son bastante puñales jo. Podrían hacer la jaula de las locas:

    La pepona
    gran hablador
    Ruky
    esther
    matilda

  35. SAL SANCHEZ EL INMORTAL el 27 ABRIL, 2017 21:18
    Ya viene el Gran Marica con las bragas mojadas deseando tener al toro Ucraniano y al toro ingles bajo sus sabanas jajajajajajajajajaja
    …………..
    jojoj donde que le encantan las hamburguesas de carne de bolas de toro jo.

  36. No seas burra salada…que tu odio por la albiceleste no te haga decir barbaridades ¿Pero tu le escuchaste hablar a Diestefano? Ese era mas argentino que el Che. En cuanto a Márquez era un buen defensa central pero no nos pasemos porque era bueno con Puyol al lado…pero delanteros tienen a Crespo, batistuta, Bianchi, kempes, Tévez, Agüero, Higuaín, dybala

  37. Hugo Sanchez era un goalgetter, no tan completo como otros, pero tremendamente efectivo, no le quitemos meritos. Y nunca se lesionaba.

  38. Hugo Sánchez es el mejor rematador que he visto hasta el momento por encima de Van Basten tipo falcao pero Mejor, rematador por arriba y por abajo y de falta y a primer toqué.

  39. Sal Sanchez El Inmortal el

    Rosy,…sabemos de tu amor por los Argentinos pero como siempre tergiversando las cosas animalito,…aun asi el mejor centro delantero del real madrid o sea el mejor equipo en la historia del futbol espaniol se llama Hugo Sanchez…… quieres mas catedra?..porque solo hable de futbolistas que han militado en el real madrid cabron!!

  40. Esta pelea esta pareja , pero hay que ver si a klitschko no le ofrecieron un buen dinero para su jubilacion y ya esta todo arreglado para que gane joshua , todos los rivales de josha hasta el momento fueron rivales que tiraban golpes a cualquier lado y aun asi lo conectaron en varias ocasiones a joshua , klitscho antes de tirar apunta , asi que si la pelea no esta arreglada , klitschko por KO

  41. JAJA Pregúntale a los merengues a ver que opinan…diestefano, Santillana, Ronaldo o Hugo.
    Decir la verdad es tener amor por los argentinos? Vaya vaya. Para que te entre todo el garrote y te escueza menos dire:

    ¿ no es tan cierto señoría que el fútbol argentino es tan superior al mexicano como el boxeo mexicano lo es sobre el argentino?

  42. Yo no creo ni remotamente que Klitschko se deje sobornar, ni el ni su hermano, no lo necesitan ya para nada. Si gana, no se retira, si pierde , creo que si.

  43. Alvaro Pizarro el

    No apostaré en esta pelea, es favorito Joshua, pero tiene muy poca experiencia y mucho menos contra alguien de la talla de klitschko. Pienso que si el ucraniano tuviera 3 o 4 años menos lo vencería fácilmente, pero sus últimas actuaciones fueron cada una peor que la anterior y no hay motivos para pensar que en este va a mejorar. La división se juega muço en este combate.

  44. MAXI DE ARGENTINA 🇦🇷 (EL PROTEGIDO DE SOLOBOXEO) el 27 ABRIL, 2017 18:59
    LISTA THE RING DE LOS MEJORES BOXEADORES DE TODOS LOS TIEMPOS

    https://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anexo:Los_80_mejores_boxeadores_entre_los_años_1922-2002_según_The_Ring

    MEXICANO QUE FEO QUE EN TU DEPORTE BANDERA…NO SEAS CAPAZ NI DE TENER AL MEJOR DE LATINOAMERICA

    A chaves, QUE PELEO CON TAXISTAS EN SU MAYORIA, LE FALTA MUCHO PARA SUPERAR A DURAN Y MONZON
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    MAXI DE ARGENTINA

    SEÑOR CON DECIR MENTIRAS NO GANA NADA Y TE DESMIENTO MANDANDOTE UN PAR DE LISTA EN LA PRIMERA APARECE EN TERCER (3) LUGAR ”ROBERTO DURAN” SEXTO (6) LUGAR ”JULIO CESAR CHAVEZ” Y EN SEPTIMO (7) ”CARLOS MOZON COMO PUEDES VER EN ESTA LISTA FUE HASTA EL AÑO 1996, ASI QUE ESTA MEJOR UBICADO ”JCC” QUE TU QUERIDO CARLOS MOZON. (TENGA PA QUE SE ENTRETENGA)
    NOMAS TE DEJE LOS PRIMEROS 30 BOXER, PARA QUE NO SEA UN CHORIZO ESTE POST.

    Anexo:Los 50 mejores boxeadores de los últimos 50 años según The Ring (1996)
    En junio de 1996 la revista especializada en boxeo The Ring publicó una edición especial con un análisis de los 50 mejores boxeadores de los últimos 50 años en este análisis se incluían todas las divisiones del boxeo.1 A continuación el listado:

    Posición Nombre Récord País
    1 Sugar Ray Robinson 173–19–6 (108 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    2 Muhammad Ali 56–5–0 (37 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    3 Roberto Durán 104–16–0 (69 KO) Flag of Panama.svg Panamá
    4 Willie Pep 229–11–1 (65 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    5 Sugar Ray Leonard 36–3–1 (25 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    6 Julio César Chávez 107–6–2 (86 KO) Flag of Mexico.svg México
    7 Carlos Monzón 87–3–9 (59 KO) Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina
    8 Alexis Argüello 77–8–0 (72 KO) Bandera de Nicaragua Nicaragua
    9 Éder Jofre 72–2–4 (50 KO) Flag of Brazil.svg Brasil
    10 Ike Williams 127–24–4 (61 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    11 Carlos Zárate 66–4–0 (63 KO) Flag of Mexico.svg México
    12 Rocky Marciano 49–0–0 (43 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    13 Sandy Saddler 144–16–2 (103 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    14 Ezzard Charles 93–25–1 (52 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    15 José Nápoles 81–7–0 (54 KO) Flag of Cuba.svg Cuba
    16 Archie Moore 185–23–10 (131 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    17 Larry Holmes 69–6–0 (44 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    18 Rubén Olivares 89–13–3 (79 KO) Flag of Mexico.svg México
    19 Mike Tyson 50–6–0 (44 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    20 Marvin Hagler 62–3–2 (52 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    21 Pernell Whitaker 40–4–1 (17 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    22 Wilfredo Gómez 44–3–1 (42 KO) Bandera de Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
    23 Bob Foster 56–8–1 (46 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    24 Michael Spinks 31–1–0 (21 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    25 Thomas Hearns 61–5–1 (48 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    26 Salvador Sánchez 44–1–1 (32 KO) Flag of Mexico.svg México
    27 Fighting Harada 55–7–0 (22 KO) Bandera de Japón Japón
    28 Jake LaMotta 83–19–4 (30 KO) Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
    29 Emile Griffith 85–24–2 (23 KO) Flag of the United States Virgin Islands.svg Islas Vírgenes de los Estados Unidos
    30 Wilfred Benítez 53–8–1 (31 KO) Bandera de Puerto Rico Puerto Rico

    PERO TU AGARRASTE LA SEGUNDA LISTA QUE ES LA QUE TE COMBIENE
    Anexo:Los 80 mejores boxeadores entre los años 1922-2002 según The Ring
    En 2002 la revista norteamericana de Ring Magazine publico una lista de los 80 mejores boxeadores de los últimos 80 años, esta fue hecha por los escritores de la revista

    05. Roberto Durán
    11. Carlos Monzón
    18. Julio César Chávez

    TE RECUERDO QUE LAS 2 LISTAS FUERON HECHA POR DE RING.

    AL TIRO CUATE

  45. RAMON el 28 ABRIL, 2017 0:33
    Yo no creo ni remotamente que Klitschko se deje sobornar, ni el ni su hermano, no lo necesitan ya para nada. Si gana, no se retira, si pierde , creo que si.

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    Mira ramon , los que tienen mucho dinero siempre quieren mas , yo no digo que joshua no pueda ganarle a klitschko , pero es demasiado riesgo para joshua y klitschko ya esta para el retiro , no seria nada raro que el promotor de joshua le diga , klitschko te doy el doble por adelantado y apostalo todo a joshua y te llevas diez veces mas y te jubilas , ojala no sea una pelea arreglada y que gane joshua y por nocaut asi klitschko se retira , porque la verdad que el boxeo de klitschko es una miaarda , jhosua esta un poco robotico como klitschko pero amarra menos y tira mas y sus peleas son mas buenas , pero se me hace que klitschko le mete una mano a joshua y lo manda a dormir , el sabado veremos si joshua tiene pasta de campeon

  46. Mira Banzai, si tu te crees esto que escribes, estas en tu derecho, no pasa nada, las opiniones son para respetarlas, yo no me lo creo, de otros quizas dudaria, de estos ucranianos no. No es que yo tenga a los Klitschko por mejores personas que los demas, pero creo que tienen demasiado orgullo para venderse por dinero. Mi opinion solo.

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