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Discussion in 'The Beautiful Game' started by Gregoriak, Nov 27, 2006.
From all eras.
Adriano, Recoba, Tello, Mark Gonzalez, Van Persie , Marcelo Salas, and i think Van der Vaart
Hristo Stoichkov???? I think he is left-footed. Luigi Riva as well.
Jose Antonio Reyes
arjen robben, gareth barry, juan arango, louis saha, daniel agger, petr cech
lukas podolski, gabriel heinze, shunshuke nakamura, andres d'alessandro, fabio grosso, fabien barthez
edit: woops didn't see it posted before.
How about Gael Clichy
wasn't Marc Overmars left-footed?
no he was just a right-footed left winger i believe but could use the left almost as good at the right
Robert Mueller, the German exchange student on our high school soccer team was left footed. Funny, he did not even play soccer in Germany but in our po-dunk conference, he was All Conference.
Stoichkov was definitely left-footed as well as Riva. Along with Puskas, he has arguably the most powerful left-foot ever. When he was playing for Cagliari, his shot was so powerful, it broke a child's arm.
Pascal Cygan (legend) and Edu (of Arsenal fame).
no one said Raul?
Ok. I thought for a second the greatest one of all was being left out...
pelé is ambidexter +)
oither good striker left footed is gary lineker.
Martin Palermo, but he would've probably had better luck with his right.
Gio van Bronckhorst, Philip Cocu, Matthijsen, Ramon Zomer, Robbie de Wit (who unfortunately had to quit his career following a stroke) Richard Witschge I believe; with anyone who plays on the left for Holland, it's 90% certain that he's a leftie as that's the way the Dutch like to play, with lefties on the left.
I think it'd be more interesting to name the players who are 100% two-footed, i.e. just as capable with their left as with their right foot. Wesley Sneijder is the only one I know in that category.