the clubs with the best players in this WC

Discussion in 'World Cup 2010: General' started by Excape Goat, Jul 7, 2010.

  1. Excape Goat

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    Inter Milan: Maicon, Sneijder

    Bayern Munich: Bastian, Lahm, Muller, Robben, Klose

    It is not coincident about this two teams.


  2. willy_svw

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    I thought Lucio was great as well, with the exception of the Netherlands game.
    And you should also consider Barcelona.
    Villa, Pique and Iniesta had good games.
  3. KaiserSoze

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    agree with the posts above me, but i dont see why u didnt add Van Bommel, i think hes the most important player we have (netherlands) should be captain IMO

    My view is probably biased seeing i am from amsterdam but i think Suarez, Stekelenburg, and even Dennis Rommedahl have made a (big) impact on the tournament

    (not just the dodgy hands play lets not forget the 2 goals against South Korea from Suarez)

    and maybe Van der Wiel but he hasnt been consistent (enough)

    But indeed Bayern Munich on top
  4. Excape Goat

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    I was just throwing names on top of my head. It seemed the two CL finislists are blessed with the most in form players.


  5. Leeds92

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    Which club has the most players at the world cup????

    I would have thought a Korean, Japanese or Mexican club might have the honour???????
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    1. Bayern Münich

    Over 6

    - Thomas Müller (Germany)
    - Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
    - Philipp Lahm (Germany)
    - Mark van Bommel (Netherlands)
    - Miroslav Klose (Germany)
    - Arjen Robben (Netherlands)

    Around 5

    - Holger Badstuber (Germany)
    - Franck Ribéry (France)
    - Mario Gómez (Germany)

    Under 5

    - Martín Demichelis (Argentina)

    Not used

    - Hans-Jörg Butt (Germany)
    - Edson Braafheid (Netherlands)

    2. Barcelona

    Over 6

    - David Villa (Spain)
    - Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
    - Xavi (Spain)
    - Lionel Messi (Argentina)
    - Gerard Piqué (Spain)
    - Dani Alves (Brazil)
    - Sergio Busquets (Spain)
    - Pedro (Spain)
    - Carles Puyol (Spain)

    Around 5

    - Rafael Márquez (Mexico)
    - Yaya Touré (Ivory Coast)

    Under 5

    - Éric Abidal (France)
    - Thierry Henry (France)

    Not used

    - Víctor Valdés (Spain)

    3. Inter Milan

    Over 6

    - Maicon (Brazil)
    - Wesley Sneijder (Netherlands)
    - Lúcio (Brazil)

    Around 5

    - Sulley Muntari (Ghana)
    - Samuel Eto'o (Cameroon)
    - Walter Samuel (Argentina)
    - Júlio César (Brazil)
    - Dejan Stankovic (Serbia)
    - Diego Milito (Argentina)
    - Rene Krhin (Slovenia)

    4. Real Madrid

    Over 6

    - Sergio Ramos (Spain)
    - Xabi Alonso (Spain)
    - Gonzalo Higuaín (Argentina)
    - Kaká (Brazil)
    - Íker Casillas (Spain)

    Around 5

    - Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
    - Pepe (Portugal)
    - Rafael van der Vaart (Netherlands)

    Under 5

    - Álvaro Arbeloa (Spain)

    Not used

    - Raúl Albiol (Spain)

    5. Ajax

    Over 6

    - Luis Suárez (Uruguay)
    - Maarten Stekelenburg (Netherlands)
    - Gregory van der Wiel (Netherlands)
    - Dennis Rommedahl (Denmark)

    Around 5

    - Marko Pantelic (Serbia)
    - Demy de Zeeuw (Netherlands)

    Under 5

    - Nicolás Lodeiro (Uruguay)
    - Christian Eriksen (Denmark)
    - Eyong Enoh (Cameroon)

    Not used

    - Lance Davids (South Africa)
  7. ChaChaFut

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    All of Spain's goals have been scored by FC Barcelona players.
  8. Excape Goat

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    The thread was about performance.
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    Just wanted to note that. Trust, me as a Madrid fan I don't care much for that fact.
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    As of the start of the competition:
    Chelsea 13
    Barcelona 13
    Liverpool 12
    Bayern 11
  11. aerez

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    Technically Villa is not an official member of Barca yet. AFAIK, he still has to be presented the jersey and play his first game.

    Villa's form is Valencia.
  12. Perú FC

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    You're right.
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    Technicalities, the fact is that today he's a Barcelona player.
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    Excellent post, but Kaka is not "Over 6",
    and I'm not sure if Ramos is "Over 6" too, seems like Spain always gets attacked on that side of the field.
  15. sjimz

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    Technically Villa is a Barcelona player since 1 juli.
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    I'd put Kaká exactly 6, I think was a good tournament for him in spite wasn't near to his higher peak.

    I'd put Ramos slightly over 6, I think had really good matches.
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    I'm glad that it was a Barca player that won the games and not one from Real. Viva Espana
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    I think is funny that 2 players that Madrid ditched last year (Robben & Sneijder) shined in the Champions League and the World Cup.
    Both of them making it to both finals.

    On the other side, you can't say the same thing about the 3 "super-stars" that Madrid signed last year (Kaka, CR & Benzema)

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