6 star ratings in France Football mag ******

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  1. wm442433

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    #76 wm442433, Jan 5, 2023
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    ... so I had not seen the 1958/59 season ratings and I have just found it a few time ago.

    To clarify things about the étoiles FF in late 50's :
    - in the first two seasons, the ratings are not published and as explained in the O.P., just a shortlist of the best players in FF's view are shown in a last column. In an exceptional maneer, a 6-star rating can be mentioned in an article.
    1956-1957 : 1 find in an article : Kees Rijvers.
    1957-1958 : no finds.
    1958-1959 : the ratings are now published, provided with the match reports. And there it is :


    1958/1959 (21 times, 18 players)

    Day #1 : Stanislas Dombeck, Lille v Rennes, 4-4 (Rennes, inside right)

    Day #2 : Jean Topka, Saint-Etienne v Alès, 1-0 (Alès, right winger)

    Day #3 : Just Fontaine, Reims v Rennes, 4-0 (Reims, centre forward, 4 goals)

    Day #3 : Jean Topka (2), Alès v Monaco, 2-1 (Alès, RW)

    Day #10 : Alexandre Roszak, Alès v Nîmes, 0-4 (Nîmes, goalkeeper)

    Day #14 : Pancho Gonzalez, Nice v Saint-Etienne, 1-0 (Nice, centre back)

    Day #16 : Roger Piantoni, Alès v Reims, 3-6 (Reims, IL, 5 goals)

    Day #18 : Robert Herbin, Saint-Etienne v Lille, 1-0 (Saint-Etienne, CB)

    Day #21 : Jean Vincent, RC Paris v Reims, 0-1 (Reims, left winger, 1 goal)

    Day #21 : Eugène N'Jo Léa, Saint-Etienne v Sochaux, 4-3 (CF, 1 goal)

    Day #21 : Guy Roussel, Marseille v Toulouse, 1-1 (Toulouse, GK)

    Day #22 : Robert Lamartine, Reims v Nancy, 7-1 (Reims, CF, 2 goals)

    Day #23 : Théo, Sain-Etienne v Rennes, 2-2 (Rennes, IL)

    Day #27 : Robert Venturi & Henri Skiba, Toulouse v Nîmes, 2-4 (Nîmes, left back and centre forward)

    Day #27 : Pancho Gonzalez (2), Nice v Lyon, 2-0 (Nice, CB)

    Day #30 : Yves Audigane, Limoges v Rennes, 2-4 (Rennes, GK)

    Day #32 : Serge Bourdoncle, Sochaux v Reims, 3-1 (Sochaux, IL)

    Day #32 : André Lerond, Angers v Lyon, 3-1 (Lyon, CB)

    Day #33 : Khennane Mahi, Rennes v Sedan, 3-1 (Rennes, CF, 3 goals)

    Day #36 : Eugène N'Jo Léa (2), Monaco v Saint-Etienne, 0-3 (Saint-Etienne, CF, 2 goals)


    1 doubt on a player due to the print quality : Legrand of Valenciennes on Day #31 (contrarily to one or two other players who were still recorded, here I don't have any visual and or textual elements that permits me to make a decision).
    One game is lacking ratings : Lens v Monaco, Day #15 (2-1).


    Etoile d'Or : Jules Sbroglia (SCO Angers, centre back)
     
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  2. wm442433

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    Recap 1958/1959 to 1968/1969

    7 times : Herbin

    6 times : Kopa, Mekhloufi, Gondet, P. Bernard

    5 times : .

    4 times : J. Simon

    3 times : Ujlaki, Loncle, Akesbi, Y. Douis, Buron, Bourdoncle, Bonnel, J-C. Hernandez, Guinot, Rambert, Hausser

    2 times : Topka, P. Gonzalez, N'Jo Léa, Remetter, Théo, Charles-Alfred, Barlaguet, Combin, Goujon, J. Bernard, Bruey, Novi, Gress, Eon, Marchetti, De Bourgoing, G. Lech, Sansonetti, Herbet, Guy, H. Michel, Chauveau, Magnusson, Péri, Landi, Keïta, J. Léonard

    1 time : Dombeck, J. Fontaine, Roszak, Piantoni, Vincent, G. Roussel, Lamartine, Venturi, Skiba, Audigane, Lerond, Mahi, Baulu, Barrou, Chorda, Rytkönen, Mignot, Barthelmeds, Guillas, Taillandier, Vidal, Dalla Cieca, Sénac, Ferrier, Mandaron, Eschmann, Ferrero, Oudjani, Djebaïli, Cossou, Chillan, Charpentier, Michelin, Di Nallo, Sauvage, Duchêne, Garofalo, Dogliani, Gallina, Budzynski, Bosquier, Serra, Schuth, Kocik, R. Muller, Marcellin, Raf. Santos, Robin, Samoy, Fiawoo, Courtin, Magny, Heutte, Loubet, Skoblar, Manolios, Suaudeau, Abossolo, Aubour, Szczepaniak, Soukhane, Levasseur, Betta, Piumi, Montès, Lawniczak, Rossat, Dubaële, Baratelli, Coustillet, Yegba Maya, Zénier, Scherer, Mézy, Revelli, Takac, Rigoni, Franceschetti

    Knowing that a few games are missing (really a very few on this period of time, see above in the thread) and except for error or omission on my part.
     
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  3. Pavlin Arnaudov

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    So the probability of having ratings for WC 1954 on France football tends to zero?
     
  4. wm442433

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    Yes. I think there was no ratings at all before the 1956/57 D1 season.
     
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    #80 wm442433, Jan 6, 2023
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    There's no ratings. There's a shortlist of the main actors/ best players of each game though (in a last column).
     
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  6. Pavlin Arnaudov

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    If you have something like this with the best players for every game from WC 1954 please post them!
     
  7. wm442433

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    #82 wm442433, Jan 14, 2023
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    Before the overall (1958/59 to 1998/99) recap.

    Recap 1958/1959 to 1978/1979

    12 times : Keïta

    8 times : Herbin, H. Michel

    6 times : Kopa, Mekhloufi, Gondet, P. Bernard, Guillou

    5 times : Magnusson, Pokou, Mézy, Keruzoré

    4 times : J. Simon, G. Lech, Gallina, Di Nallo, H. Revelli, Larqué, B. Lacombe, Curioni, N. Braun,

    3 times : Ujlaki, Loncle, Akesbi, Y. Douis, Buron, Bourdoncle, Bonnel, J-C. Hernandez, Guinot, Rambert, Hausser, Bosquier, Péri, Landi, Combin, Baratelli, Chiesa, Dahleb, D. Leclercq, Bergeroo

    2 times : Topka, P. Gonzalez, N'Jo Léa, Remetter, Théo, Charles-Alfred, Barlaguet, Goujon, J. Bernard, Bruey, Novi, Gress, Eon, Marchetti, De Bourgoing, Sansonetti, Herbet, Guy, Chauveau, J. Léonard, Dubaële, Coustillet, Dogliani, Aubour, Kouba, Bereta, Fouché, Watteau, C. Bianchi, Delachet, Zimako, Dalger, Platini, Six, Amisse

    1 time : Dombeck, J. Fontaine, Roszak, Piantoni, Vincent, G. Roussel, Lamartine, Venturi, Skiba, Audigane, Lerond, Mahi, Baulu, Barrou, Chorda, Rytkönen, Mignot, Barthelmeds, Guillas, Taillandier, Vidal, Dalla Cieca, Sénac, Ferrier, Mandaron, Eschmann, Ferrero, Oudjani, Djebaïli, Cossou, Chillan, Charpentier, Michelin, Di Nallo, Sauvage, Duchêne, Garofalo, Budzynski, Serra, Schuth, Kocik, R. Muller, Marcellin, Raf. Santos, Robin, Samoy, Fiawoo, Courtin, Magny, Heutte, Loubet, Skoblar, Manolios, Suaudeau, Abossolo, Szczepaniak, Soukhane, Levasseur, Betta, Piumi, Montès, Lawniczak, Rossat, Yegba Maya, Zénier, Scherer, Takac, Rigoni, Franceschetti, Farias, Gaidoz, Blanchet, Magiera, Serra, Molitor, Edwige, Rico, Papi, Laudu, M'Pelé, Giordani, Osim, Vicq, Lenoir, Camerini, Horlaville, Curkovic, Battmann, P. Revelli, Eriksson, Poli, Tokoto, Formici, Deutschmann, Karasi, P. Cézar, Pantelic, L. Maier, Llorens, Rey, Santamaria, Onnis, Pintenat, Janvion, Rubio, Dzajic, Fugaldi, Giresse, Bathenay, Bjekovic, Soler, Rouyer, D. Simon, Rep, Vergnes


    Based on those 6-star ratings, the 1958/1979 ideal eleven looks like this :

    -------------P. Bernard-------
    ------Péri----Herbin---Bosquier
    ----------Michel--Guillou
    ---------Kopa-----Mekhloufi---
    Magnusson--Gondet---Keïta---

    Substitutes :

    GK : Gallina
    DF : D. Leclercq
    MF : Mézy, Keruzoré
    IF : J. Simon, G. Lech, Di Nallo, Larqué
    ST : Pokou then H. Revelli, B. Lacombe, Curioni, Braun

    The 11 has some adjustments positions-wise but nothing crazy-crazy, it's even rather realistic (the FB's who are CB's, in particular, maybe never played there or just on ultra rare occasions but Keïta actually played there occasionally).
    Herbin and Michel are both insides in the "old systems" who saw themselves more as midfielders and were converted into liberos, a back position that they already played occasionally early in their career (they also played at midfield before a back-4 "in between" these two periods of time). Herbin made the clearer shift a bit earlier in his career than Michel, due to injury but again, had already some references at this position anyway whilst he did not like to be lined up as an offensive player that much (both Herbin and Michel liked to touch the ball from the deeper on the field and to be really at the heart of the game).
    Guillou being complete enough, battling at midfield enough (tough, especially with age) and being not that much of a scorer, he finds his place as an "half", in this system, alongside Michel who was better defensively. Guillou also played occasionally libero. Already with Angers but also at Nice where asked for it at times before to line-up himself there as the player-coach of Xamax then Mulhouse. But he did not mark the spirits playing that position. Not really in a good way.
    So everyone is happy whilst the two insides are the untouchable Kopa and Mekhloufi.
    As it was the case occasionally, Keïta and his 12 maximum ratings is displaced on the left in support of Gondet who takes the central position on the frontline. Gondet who often played as a "spearhead right winger" by the way. But there's Magnusson here, in his role of forever for the great pleasure of everybody.
    Talking forwards, centre-forwards and Marseillais, we can notice the absence of Skoblar from the group as he obtained the famous 6-star rating only once.
    As later with Papin (rated two times with a 6), the team worked for him with some nice talents in support. It is said that the Yugoslav had more skills though, noticeably in the handling of the ball. Gondet was not outdone on this matter and he symbolizes the footballing school of Nantes more than everyone else (although he arrived at Nantes at an early age, Michel was coming from Aix and had to adapt in his beginnings under the canary colors, which were not that easy. Due to a hernia as he stated once he started to chain some brilliant performances).

    The clubs of these 24 six-star men :
    P. Bernard (Sedan, Nîmes, Saint-Etienne, Red Star), Péri (Bordeaux, Angoulême), Herbin (Saint-Etienne), Bosquier (Sochaux, Saint-Etienne), Michel (Nantes), Guillou (Angers, Nice), Kopa (Reims), Mekhloufi (Saint-Etienne), Magnusson (Marseille), Gondet (Nantes), Keïta (Saint-Etienne), Gallina (Angers), Leclercq (Lens), Mézy (Nîmes), Keruzoré (Rennes, Laval), Simon (Nantes, Bordeaux), G. Lech (Lens, Sochaux), Di Nallo (Lyon), Larqué (Saint-Etienne), Pokou (Rennes), H. Revelli (Saint-Etienne), B. Lacombe (Lyon), Braun & Curioni ('the FC Metz Gunners').
     
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  8. wm442433

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    Edit : René Gallina obtained his first 6-star rating playing for Stade Français.
    * : Gallina (Stade Français, Angers).
     
  9. comme

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    If you could post, that would be great.
     
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  10. Pavlin Arnaudov

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    It also gives an idea of the best players and makes some sort of ranking!
     
  11. comme

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    I wasn't sure of the best place to put this information, but I recently got the season end edition of France Football for this season.

    Overall leaders in stars for outfielders:

    1. Cyprien 135
    2. Verlaat, Marcio Santos 134
    4. Martins, Pedros 131
    6. Gravelaine, Delaunay, Le Guen 130
    9. Silvestre, Leboeuf 129
    11. Guyot, G. Passi 128
    13. Gava, Kastendeuch 127
    15. Ricardo Gomes 126
    16. Lizarazu, Ferri 125
    18. Klinsmann 124
    19. Rio, Deschamps, Karembeu 123

    Among goalkeepers:

    1. Borelli 137
    2. Bell 133
    3. Lama, Warmuz 132
    5. Nadon 130
    6. Sansone 129
    7. Ettori, Maraud 128
    9. Perez, Piveteau 127

    The best average overall was of Franck Silvestre, ahead of Sauzee, Marcio Santos, Gravelaine and Mahut.

    The team of the season (based on most stars) was:

    ---------------------Borelli

    Karembeu -- Cyprien -- Verlaat -- Lizarazu

    ----Ferri -- Le Guen -- Martins -- Pedros

    -----------Klinsmann -- Gravelaine

    The leading assist providers were:

    1. Paille 10
    2. Rio 8
    3. Cocard, Pavon 7
    5. Vahirua, Pele, Ferri, Loko, Pedros, Ginola, Bouafia, Keller, Robert 6
     
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  12. wm442433

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    Gravelaine scored a hat-trick for that 3-0 win in Lens, on Day #5, so possibly he got a 6 star rating.
     
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    He did yes. Also it says Robert got a 6 for Valenciennes on Match Day 11.
     
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    #89 wm442433, Apr 26, 2023
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    Thanks. I can see it aligns with what I have for Christophe Robert, indeed. So that will be one correction/ addition to make.

    (So that's on Day #12 for Gravelaine of course, 5 being the number of games missing into what I can see due to broken links)
     
  15. wm442433

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    1992/1993 completed (9 times, 8 players)

    Day #11 : Christophe Robert, Valenciennes v Le Havre, 4-1 (Valenciennes, forward, one pk won for the opener, transformed by Burruchaga, then 3 goals incl. one fk and one solo goal)

    Day #12 : Xavier Gravelaine, Lens v Caen, 0-3 (Caen, forward, 3 goals of which I don't have the description. The opener can be found in video)

    Day #16 : Jürgen Klinsmann, Monaco v Paris SG, 3-1 (1 goal : header, 21'. 1 assist to Djorkaeff, 87')
    [Klinsmann was supposed to be signed by PSG at first, before they finally opted for Weah, so Monaco could sign him. Weah got injured/ hurt himself in this match at the 51st minute]

    Day #20 : Jürgen Klinsmann (2), Monaco v Auxerre, 4-0 (4 goals, including a "one man show of Klinsmann, who toys with the defenders before to beat Martini")
    [Monaco were leading the league at this point. They'll do until Day #30]

    Day #27 : Jean-Luc Ettori, Monaco v Marseille, 1-0.

    Day #28 : Gaëtan Huard, Marseille v Bordeaux, 0-0 (saved a fk taken by Sauzée and a header at point blank range from Völler)

    Day #34 : Bernard Lama, Paris SG v Monaco, 1-0 ("save on a header by Thuram who thought he had just scored". Ettori, 5, is the author of a feat too, even double-feat when he wins a duel against Weah then on the same action saves a lobbed shot from Ginola)

    Day #35 : Franck Sauzée, Marseille v Lille, 4-1 (1 goal scored; at the origin of two other goals)

    Day #38 : Jean-Philippe Séchet, Metz v Nantes, 4-0, (at the origin of the three first goals, he scores "the most beautiful goal of the night" at the 51st minute : "control with the chest on a long ball followed by a 25 meters half-volley shot", 4-0)


    Etoile d'Or : Jean-Pierre Cyprien (AS Saint-Etienne defender) and Luc Borrelli (SC Toulon goalkeeper).

    Since the 1992/1993 season, there are two different rankings, one for the outfield players and one for the goalkeepers.
     
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    Consequently, the overall recap from the 1989/90 season to the 1998/99 season is

    Overall Recap 1989/1999

    3 : Lama
    2 : Klinsmann, Scifo, Lemasson, Vairelles
    1 : Mengual, Colin, Ginola, Asanovic, Ferreri, Hiard, Chanlot, Desailly, Simba, M. Rio, Tarasiewicz, Zavarov, C. Robert, Gravelaine, Ettori, Huard, Sauzée, Séchet, Baticle, Lebœuf, Ouédec, N'Gotty, Karembeu, Benarbia, K. Andersson, S. Anderson, Valencony, Garcion, Pirès, J-Ph. Durand, Wimbée, Landreau, Revault, Loko, Nouma, Coly, Djetou, Simone, Foé, Cassard, B. Rodriguez, Lukic, Laslandes, Hamel

    (except error or omission on my part and knowing that this period of time has the most of broken links, as indicated along the thread)
     
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    #92 wm442433, May 14, 2023
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    Recap from the 1958/1959 season to the 1998/1999 season

    12 times : Keita

    8 times : Herbin, H. Michel

    6 times : Kopa, Mekhloufi, Gondet, P. Bernard, Guillou

    5 times : Magnusson, Pokou, Mézy, Keruzoré, Amisse, Giresse

    4 times : J. Simon, G. Lech, Gallina, Di Nallo, H. Revelli, Larqué, B. Lacombe, Curioni, N. Braun, Bergeroo, Baratelli, Chiesa, D. Leclercq, Platini, Bats, Vercruysse

    3 times : Ujlaki, Loncle, Akesbi, Y. Douis, Buron, Bourdoncle, Bonnel, J-C. Hernandez, Guinot, Rambert, Hausser, Bosquier, Péri, Landi, Combin, Dahleb, Vabec, Martini, Hiard, Lama

    2 times : Topka, P. Gonzalez, N'Jo Léa, Remetter, Théo, Charles-Alfred, Barlaguet, Goujon, J. Bernard, Bruey, Novi, Gress, Eon, Marchetti, De Bourgoing, Sansonetti, Herbet, Guy, Chauveau, J. Léonard, Dubaële, Coustillet, Serra, Dogliani, Aubour, Kouba, Bereta, Fouché, Watteau, C. Bianchi, Delachet, Zimako, Dalger, Six, Rouyer, Curkovic, Onnis, Dropsy, Desrousseaux, Brisson, Bravo, Susic, Bellone, Krimau, Honorine, Micchiche, Papin, P. Rousseau, F. Henry, Klinsmann, Ettori, Scifo, Lemasson, Vairelles

    1 time : Dombeck, J. Fontaine, Roszak, Piantoni, Vincent, G. Roussel, Lamartine, Venturi, Skiba, Audigane, Lerond, Mahi, Baulu, Barrou, Chorda, Rytkönen, Mignot, Barthelmeds, Guillas, Taillandier, Vidal, Dalla Cieca, Sénac, Ferrier, Mandaron, Eschmann, Ferrero, A. Oudjani, Djebaïli, Cossou, Chillan, Charpentier, Michelin, Sauvage, Duchêne, Garofalo, Budzynski, Schuth, Kocik, R. Muller, Marcellin, Raf. Santos, Robin, Samoy, Fiawoo, Courtin, Magny, Heutte, Loubet, Skoblar, Manolios, Suaudeau, Abossolo, Szczepaniak, Soukhane, Levasseur, Betta, Piumi, Montès, Lawniczak, Rossat, Yegba Maya, H. Zénier, Scherer, Takac, Rigoni, Franceschetti, Farias, Gaidoz, Blanchet, Magiera, Molitor, Edwige, Rico, Papi, Laudu, M'Pelé, Giordani, Osim, Vicq, Lenoir, Camerini, Horlaville, Battmann, P. Revelli, Eriksson, Poli, Tokoto, Formici, Deutschmann, Karasi, P. Cézar, I. Pantelic, L. Maier, Llorens, Rey, Santamaria, Pintenat, Janvion, Rubio, Dzajic, Fugaldi, Bathenay, Bjekovic, Soler, D. Simon, Rep, Vergnes, Ettori, Sahnoun, Stopyra, Toko, Bas, Bourrebou, D. Pantelic, Pécout, Fiard, Szarmach, D. Bernard, Roussey, D. Müller,Tempet, Milla, Lanthier, Beltramini, Mottet, Ph. Lucas, Anziani, Thouvenel, Kurbos, Girard, Liégeon, C. Oudjani, Emon, Pardo, Tigana, Umpierrez, Ven. Ramos, G. Passi, L. Fernandez, F. Silvestre, Genghini, Sliskovic, Vandenbergh, Zl. Vujovic, P. Delamontagne, Hateley, Amanallah, M. Pascal, Bernardet, K. Allofs, Dewilder, Förster, Youm, Rodolphe, B. Boli, Montanier, Rust, Hoddle, A. Pelé, Stein, Mengual, Colin, Ginola, Asanovic, Ferreri, Chanlot, Desailly, Simba, M. Rio, Tarasiewicz, Zavarov, C. Robert, Gravelaine, Huard, Sauzée, Séchet, Baticle, Lebœuf, Ouédec, N'Gotty, Karembeu, Benarbia, K. Andersson, S. Anderson, Valencony, Garcion, Pirès, J-Ph. Durand, Wimbée, Landreau, Revault, Loko, Nouma, Coly, Djetou, Simone, Foé, Cassard, B. Rodriguez, Lukic, Laslandes, Hamel

    Plus Rijvers one time (thanks to an article) in the 1956/1957 season.

    Except for omission or error from my part and knowing that some games are missing, as indicated for each affected (or maybe not affected) season. This is most especially the case for the 90's decade which is normally more tightwad already.
     
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    And we now can add Michel of Spain against Denmark in the first game of the first round too (this in spite of missing a pk, that he had won himself).
    For a total of 2 players over this edition of the tournament (it's completed).

    Euro 1988 (2 times, 2 players) :

    Míchel
    (06/11, Denmark v Spain, 2-3, 1st round, 1 goal, 1 pk won that he misses)
    Rinat Dasaev (06/12, The Netherlands v USSR, 0-1 , 1st round)
     
  19. comme

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    Trying to find the right thread to put this in.

    The best players in the French top flight in 1976-77 according to France Football

    Most stars:

    Daniel Leclerq (Lens) - 168
    Raymond Keruzore (Laval) - 168
    Michel (Nantes) - 158
    Platini (Nancy) -157
    Dahleb (PSG) - 153
    Mihajlovic (Lyon) - 153
    Lopez (Saint-Etienne) - 151
    Rey (Metz) - 151
    Baronchelli (Nantes) - 146
    Curbelo (Nancy) - 145
    Papi (Bastia) 145
    Giresse (Bordeaux) - 145

    Best averages:

    Keruzore & Leclerq 4.42, Michel 4.15, Sahnoun 4.14, Platini 4.13, Rey 4.08, Dahleb, Mihajlovic and Giresse 4.02, Lopez 3.97

    By position:

    Goalkeeper: Rey 151, Moutier 143, Baratelli 141
    Full-back: Janvion 136, Burkhard 134, Le Lamer and Bracci 133
    Centre-back: Leclerq 168, Mihajlovic 153, Lopez 151
    Midfielders: Keruzore 168, Michel 158, Platini 157
    Wingers: Dahleb 153, Babaronchelli 146, Zimako 140
    Centre-forwards: Curioni 144, Felix 142, Lacombe 136
     
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    #95 wm442433, Jan 31, 2024
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    Babaronchelli ;) a mix of Baronchelli and @babaorum / Babaorum (one of the Roman camps in Asterix, rum baba).

    Good vintage.
     
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    World Cup 1986 (9 times, 9 players) :

    Felix Magath (West Germany) vs France, semi-finals.
    Manuel Amoros (France) vs Brazil, quarter-finals.
    Harald Schumacher (West Germany) vs Mexico, quarter-finals.
    Diego Maradona (Argentina) vs Belgium, quarter-finals.
    Patrick Battiston (France) vs Italy, round of 16.
    Emilio Butragueno (Spain) vs Denmark, round of 16.
    Morten Olsen (Denmark) vs West Germany, group stage.
    Gary Lineker (England) vs Poland, group stage.
    Michael Laudrup (Denmark) vs Uruguay, group stage.

    As listed in FF n°2099 (1986-07-01), but re-ordered by myself. They start the list from the more recent game to the first round games, seem to do it this way but the order is mixed between the different stages at one point and they don't take in account the hour at which the games kicked-off.
     
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    World Cup 1986 (10 players, 1 time each) :

    Michael Laudrup & Preben Elkjaer-Larsen (Denmark) vs Uruguay, group stage.
    Gary Lineker (England) vs Poland, group stage.
    Morten Olsen (Denmark) vs West Germany, group stage.
    Emilio Butragueno (Spain) vs Denmark, round of 16.
    Patrick Battiston (France) vs Italy, round of 16.
    Diego Maradona (Argentina) vs Belgium, quarter-finals.
    Harald Schumacher (West Germany) vs Mexico, quarter-finals.
    Manuel Amoros (France) vs Brazil, quarter-finals.
    Felix Magath (West Germany) vs France, semi-finals.

     
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    World Cup 1986 (10 players, 1 time each) :


    Michael Laudrup & Preben Elkjaer-Larsen (Denmark) vs Uruguay, group stage.
    Gary Lineker (England) vs Poland, group stage.
    Morten Olsen (Denmark) vs West Germany, group stage.
    Patrick Battiston (France) vs Italy, round of 16.
    Emilio Butragueno (Spain) vs Denmark, round of 16.
    Manuel Amoros (France) vs Brazil, quarter-finals.
    Harald Schumacher (West Germany) vs Mexico, quarter-finals.
    Felix Magath (West Germany) vs France, semi-finals.
    Diego Maradona (Argentina) vs Belgium, semi-finals.
     
  24. comme

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    Feb 21, 2003
    The best of 1977-78:



    153 - Bossis
    152 - Petit
    151 - Bracci
    150 - Dalger
    149 - Camara, Moizan, Delachet
    148 - Moutier
    147 - Bertrand-Demanes
    146 - Guillou
    145 - Bergeroo, Gemmrich
    144 - Linderoth
    143 - Dropsy
    142 - Michel, Boubacar, Redon
    141 - Migeon, Nogues, Platini, Domenech, Lopez
    140 - Chiesa, Berdoli
    139 - Boissier, Vitalis, Battiston

    Best averages

    1. Dalger, Rey 4.16 (the magazine says 4.6 but this seems excessively high), 3. Bossis 4.13, 4. Guillou 4.05, 5. Camara 4.02, 6. Schilcher, Petit 4, 8. Bracci 3.97, 9. Djadaoui 3.96, 10. Bjekovic 3.94

    Best by position

    GK: Delachet, Moutier, Bertrand-Demanes, Bergeroo, Dropsy, Migeon
    FB: Bossis, Bracci, Domenech, Boissier, Vitalis, Battiston
    CB: Lopez, Bargas, Jodar, Muller, Zwunka, Neubert
    CM: Petit, Camara, Moizan, Guillou, Linderoth, Michel
    Wingers: Dalger, Gemmrich, Boubacar, Redon, Chiesa, Tanter
    CF: Berdoli, Bjekovic, Bianchi, Onnis, Lacombe, Revelli
     
  25. comme

    comme Moderator
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    Feb 21, 2003
    Best players of the 1978-79 season (Note it's after 36 games so not the final ranking but helpful nonethless).



    150: Mezy
    149: Rey
    145: Baratelli
    143: Dropsy
    141: Giresse
    140: Michel and Olarevic
    139: Bertrand-Demanes
    137: Simon, Delachet, Specht, Piasecki
    136: Domenech and Rocheteau
    135: Battiston, Rep, Lopez and Brulez


    By position:

    GK: Rey, Baratelli, Dropsy, Bertrand-Demanes, Martinelli
    FB: Battiston, Bossis, Domenech, Domergue, Tusseau
    CB: Mezy, Tresor, Novi, Jodar, Brulez
    CM: Michel, Simon, Djaadoui, Giresse, Rampillon,
    WG: Rep, Amisse, Olarevic, Lechantre, Rocheteau
    FW: Pecoult, Lacombe, Milla, Bjekovic, Tanter
     

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