Team of the Tournament

Discussion in 'Asian Cup 2007' started by mmk786, Jul 31, 2007.

  1. mmk786

    mmk786 Member

    Jul 16, 2007
    So who do you think would be in the team of the tournament? The best 11 from all the participating countries. You can add some subs as well if you want
  2. mmk786

    mmk786 Member

    Jul 16, 2007
    my team

    Lee won jae (Korea)

    Denisov (Uzbekistan)
    Basem (Iraq)
    Hosseini (Iran)
    Mahdavikia (Iran)

    Akram (Iraq)
    Nakamura (Japan)

    Al Qahtani (KSA)
    Malik (KSA)
    Shatskikh (Uzbek)

    Ali Al Habsi (Oman)
    Endo (Japan)
    Lucas Neill (Aus)
    Kamono (Japan)
    Nakamura (Japan)
    Kim Jung Woo (Korea)
    Mahmood (Iraq)

    I didnt see every minute of every game so this list is obviously not perfect, make your own list if you think you can come up with a better team
  3. Mussab86

    Mussab86 Member+

    Jan 20, 2006
    Jabriya, Kuwait
    Real Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    23 Plyaers....

    Noor Sabri (Iraq)

    Jalal Hossaini (Iran) .... Jassim Gholam (Iraq) .... Bassim Abbas (Iraq)

    Nashat Akram (Iraq)

    Endo (Japan) ............................ Hawar Mohamed (Iraq)

    Nakamura (Japan)

    Y. Al-Qahtani (KSA) ...... Takahara (Japan) ...... Younis Mahmoud (Iraq) ​


    Lee Woon Jae (South Korea)

    Michael Beauchamp (Australia)
    Nakazawa (Japan)
    Ali Rehema (Iraq)

    Cahil (Australia)
    Qusay Munir (Iraq)
    Abdulrahman Al-Qahtani (KSA)
    Javad Nekounam (Iran)
    Teymourian (Iran)

    Lee Chun Soo (South Korea)
    Malik Maaz (KSA)
    Shatskikh (Uzbekistan)
  4. tpg1

    tpg1 New Member

    May 31, 2007
    Lee Woon Jae
    Bassim Abbas, Yuji Nakazawa, Yuichi Komano, Javad Nekounam
    Hawar Mohammed, Nashat Akram, Shunsuke Nakamura, Keita Suzuki
    Yasser Al Qahtani, Malek Maaz

    dont ask me what sort of formation it would be, but these are the players that stuck in my mind
  5. Nurafshon

    Nurafshon Member+

    Jun 28, 2007
    Liverpool FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Best 11 according to

    GK – Lee Woon-jae (South Korea)
    May be getting on a little but was solid as a rock at the back for South Korea.
    DF – Vitaliy Densiov (Uzbekistan)
    Can play on the left in midfield or defence and was a sight to behold on his marauding runs forward.
    DF- Oh Beom-seok (South Korea)
    Young Pohang Steelers right-back was one of the finds of the competition – solid in defence, good going forward and what an engine!
    DF –Yuji Nakazawa (Japan)
    It was no disgrace to be undone by the majestic Malek Maaz in the semi-final, ‘Bomberhead’ was class throughout.
    DF- Jassim Gholam (Iraq)
    An absolute rock at the back for the new champions.
    MF – Nashat Akram (Iraq)
    Skilful, classy and pulled the strings for Iraq in their march to the final.
    MF - Server Djeparov (Uzbekistan)
    A classy, creative midfielder who is bound to go on to bigger things.
    MF – Shunsuke Nakamura (Japan)
    Wasn’t at his best in the semi-final defeat but overall, an impressive tournament.
    FW- Malek Maaz (Saudi Arabia)
    There were good reports about this guy coming out of Riyadh before the tournament but in the win over Japan, he was a pleasure to watch.
    FW –Yasser Al-Qahtani (Saudi Arabia)
    The Sniper confirmed that he is one of the continent’s most feared strikers. Four goals and a number of assists – a great tournament all round.
    FW –Younis Mahound (Iraq)
    Simple - his goals fired Iraq towards a historic championship.
  6. Ultimate Vista-redded

    Jul 19, 2007
    nice 11.:) so many talented players are included from iraq and japan. i love it. easily the best team in asia ever
  7. Sahand

    Sahand New Member

    Jul 6, 2006
    My 2007 AFC Team

    ----------------------Lee Woon-jae (South Korea)--------------------
    --Hosseini (Iran)--Ali Rahnema (Iraq)--Nakazawa (Japan)--Bassim (Iraq)
    -----------------------Javad Nekonaum (Iran)------------------------
    ---Nashat Akram (Iraq)---Nakamura (Japan)----Chun Soo (South Korea)
    --------------Shaktish (Uzbekistan)-----Al-Qahtani (Saudi Arabia)-----

    Kazemian (Iran)
    Zandi (Iran)
    Malik (S. Arabia)
    Jassim (Iraq)
    Hawar (Iraq)
    Younis (Iraq)
    Noor (Iraq)
    Cahill (Australia)
  8. korean_soccer123

    korean_soccer123 New Member

    Jun 4, 2006
    two koreans that deserve to be in the best 11 are lee woon jae, and oh beom suk.

    BUT LEE WOON JAE DEFINTELY HAS TO BE IN IT. wit sabri being the gk sub
  9. kevinc1995

    kevinc1995 New Member

    Aug 6, 2007
    My Team:

    Number of Players: 23
    Formation: 4-1-2-1-2​

    Lee Woon Jae (KOR)​

    Song Chong Gook (KOR) Nakazawa (******) Kim Jin Kyu(KOR) Abbas (IRAQ)​

    Akram (IRAQ)​

    Kim Jung Woo (KOR) Harry Kewell (AUS)​

    Kim Do Hyun (KOR)​

    Lee Chun Soo (KOR) Mahmoud (IRAQ)


    Mark Shwarzer (AUS)
    Rodbarian (IRAN)

    Kim Dong Jin (KOR)
    Lucas Neil (AUS)
    Hosseini (IRAN)

    Tim Cahill (AUS)
    Zandi (IRAN)
    Mohammed (IRAQ)

    Lee Dong Gook (KOR)
    Mark Viduka (AUS)
    Maaz (KSA)
    Khatibi (IRAN)​
  10. Homotachi

    Homotachi New Member

    Jul 29, 2007
    Ha Ha Ha! This is the prime joke of stupidity. Most of your Koreans did not play one match! Only good Korean player is Lee Woong Jae! You are the Korean troll with the prime level of suck!

    Really what country is Nakazawa? You forget to say Takahara, Endo, etc. Are you being embarassing that your little team did not play with a good result? And maybe Saudi Arabian stars too?

    Ha Ha Ha! This is the examples of jokeings? ;)

    Don't be so angry, I am teaseing only, we are the friendly nations after WC 02 in a first place.
  11. bobjones2

    bobjones2 Member

    Jun 5, 2006

    I think your best 11 is deserving of praise, but I think a team comprised of your subs would rip through your best 11. Nothing wrong with the players, but I think it's too top heavy.
  12. Who would have thought a former basketball player would become an Asian Cup topscorer. ;) The one and only Younis Mahmoud.
  13. Mussab86

    Mussab86 Member+

    Jan 20, 2006
    Jabriya, Kuwait
    Real Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    Well.. I made this team based on the players performances in this Cup, of course this is my point of view....You always can do yours ;)
  14. persianfootball

    persianfootball Member+

    Aug 5, 2004
    outside your realm
    who knew a former soccer player would become NBA MVP twice in a row?
  15. The one and only Nash, respect! :D

    IRAQFOREVER New Member

    Aug 9, 2007
    Lee Woon Jae(c)(korea)
    Ali Hussein(iraq)
  17. bobjones2

    bobjones2 Member

    Jun 5, 2006
    iraqforever, i seriously laughed a whole length of a minute reading your post. hhehehhe
  18. Akumastarr

    Akumastarr New Member

    Jul 18, 2006
    Perth, Australia
    Perth Glory
    Nat'l Team:
    IMO, Schwarzer is getting the shaft here. Now, I know I'm Australian and yes, I am not familar with all the asian keepers out there but Schwarzer was the only man on the Aussie team who played well in all our games and quite frankly, saved our sorry asses from getting eliminated in the group stage.

    Just my opinion and something to think about I suppose...
  19. Ganahal

    Ganahal New Member

    Jun 11, 2006
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    LOL this thread's completed uselss

    Every1 stock this team with crap players from their own team

    The GK and backs should all be Korea. Your stupid mofos forgot Korea D didnt allow any goals 3 strait OT games, what more do you need?

    Japans D is shit, their got repeatdly raped by Saudi
  20. Mussab86

    Mussab86 Member+

    Jan 20, 2006
    Jabriya, Kuwait
    Real Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    Noor Sabri didnt allow any goals 4 strait games. :)
    only 2 goals against Him (1 by pk) in 6 matches... while..
  21. Ganahal

    Ganahal New Member

    Jun 11, 2006
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    3 strait games w/ OT = 4 strait games and we did it to Iran, Japan and Iraq which is not week teams
  22. Mussab86

    Mussab86 Member+

    Jan 20, 2006
    Jabriya, Kuwait
    Real Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    Well my friend officially 3 games is 3 games and 4 games is 4 games.
    I don’t know what are you whining about? Noor and Lee have a close record... well a little bit Noor is better if you see the official record.

    6 matches 2 goals against (1 by PK)
  23. aLi.W

    aLi.W Red Card

    Jul 23, 2007
    Why want u to mix players from every country in asia, Just pik from The iraqi team and be happy, we have the best DF and the best MF and of course the best FW

    So the 11 players is Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq
  24. Ganahal

    Ganahal New Member

    Jun 11, 2006
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    OT is 30 mins. 3 OT = 1 game. Same time no gols thats what matter. Plus we was man down on Japan 60 mins.

    sorry dude Lee Woon Jae WC goalie

    Noor aint. Their not even close. Lee Woon Jae held out 60 mins on Japan we was man down.

    You can have your opinon but Skysports pick Lee Woon Je as goalie of AC
  25. Mussab86

    Mussab86 Member+

    Jan 20, 2006
    Jabriya, Kuwait
    Real Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    I thought I was speaking English
    Official Matches is official matches, 3 games is 3 games and 4 games is 4 games ;)

    sorry dude we are talking about this Cup. ;)

    I agree with you... Noor Sabri was one of the main reasons to win this Cup, while Lee Woon Jae didn't touch the Asian Cup in his entire life.

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