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Best Football Player In The History

  

21 members have voted

  1. 1. Who do u think is the best football player ever?

    • Diego Maradona
      8
    • Pele
      3
    • Lional Messi
      0
    • Zinedine Zidane
      7
    • Ronaldinho
      3
    • Franz Beckenbauer
      0
    • Michel Platini
      0
    • George Best
      0


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I think there is no1 other than Maradona his the best.And we cant compare any1 to him even Pele.

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Zizooo was one of the only consistent great players who stayed on top for a decade displaying phenomenal performance all along his career!

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Huge ZZ fan...of the man & the player

 

but disappointing...bc there is no Di Stefano... he never got to prove himself internationally bc Argentina continued to not put a squad into the World Cup, then he went to play for Columbia before ending up to almost playing in the World Cup for Spain, but gets a career ending injury...

 

to tell u how could he was, bc its very hard to judge players from different decades... but this is a quote from DIEGO MARADONA

 

from wikipedia....

 

"Maradona has also had words praising Di Stéfano. In comments made to RAI television in 1997, he said, "I don't know if I was a better player than Pelé, but I can say without any doubt that Di Stéfano was better than Pelé. I am proud when one speaks of Di Stéfano... I can say that Maradona could be worse than Pelé. But I emphasize Di Stéfano was better"

 

btw he was also...

 

He was named by Pelé as one of the "top 125 greatest living footballers" in March 2004. Di Stéfano was voted fourth, behind Pelé, Diego Maradona, and Johan Cruijff, in a vote organised by the French weekly magazine France Football consulting their former Ballon D'Or winners to elect the Football Player of the Century...

 

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Edited by GLTitan7

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I am pleased to see how ZZ has outnumbered the rest in this thread! :punk:

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BTW- C. Ronaldo will be one of the best in the future. The guy is soo young and soo talented.

 

I hope that Ronaldo hasnt peaked too soon! Regardless i hope this guy can keep his head on straight, the soccer world is a crazy one for sure! One day your a legend, the next day your forgotten... One decade your the player of the century & the other your that Veteran leader! Look what happened to Ronaldinho, and i hope Ronaldo doesnt fall into that path...Where women, money & all those superficial pleasures become what you play for, if not that then he could be a monster of a player at 28 (peak age for a soccer player).

 

If Man U was smart (they just signed him to an insane contract, hes worth it, but still 200,000 pounds? a wk)...they would sell him high to Real Madrid. Imagine if they had sold him for 100mil pounds (of course this figure is debate worthy) last summer, bc now his value has definitely depreciated!

 

ZZ, i have never respected aneone more than my parents than him. I truly admire the man, the player & his talent!

 

 

great video....beckham part around 345 is great too!

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There are many great players in the history of football, but a few stand out even among the greats.I would we quite rude to choose only one player who is great.I thought every player who plays for their country & given best which they could give are graets. Footballers that deserve to be remembered as the best of the best but id have asked only one name so I personally like ronaldo.

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I like Ronaldo because he is the best and whenever he play he plays his best game. He won the FIFA player of the world award for three times. Currently he is playing for Corinthians.

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I think Ronaldinho will be best football player in the future... Ronaldinho was born in the city of Porto Alegre, capital of the Rio Grande do Sul state of Brazil. His mother, Dona Miguelina de Assis, is a former salesperson who studied to become a nurse. His father, João Moreira, was a shipyard worker and footballer for local club Esporte Clube Cruzeiro

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