I say that there's something called soccer IQ. Or have it your way--football/ calcio/ futebol IQ. I am not talking about the sort of intelligence that makes a person, off the field, a winner at Jeopardy or a PhD in some thorny field like philosophy. I'm talking about players who make good decisions on the field, are clever, punish their opponents' mistakes, influence referees, know how to handle themselves, et cetera . . . And by contrast there are very stupid, rash players, even if they are smart off the field. To give an idea of what I mean, here's a short list of players with high/ low soccer IQs IMHO: Low Lucio--easily provoked; poor in his judgments Ibrahimovic--questionable decision-making: often easily and cleanly dispossessed in the middle of a showboat. Has a temper that will land him many cards/ bans in the future. High Zidane--if you're David James, he'll expose your shortcomings. Nobody's fool. Iuliano--No player has ever had less talent, yet managed to play at the top level for so long. By playing cautiously, by avoiding mistakes, by keeping everything simple and neat, managed to make himself a competent defender for years. Your choices for players who fit into these categories?