What is the top attacking trio(country)

Discussion in 'The Beautiful Game' started by soccerfan220, Sep 2, 2002.

  1. soccerfan220

    soccerfan220 New Member

    Jun 24, 2002
    USA
    Rank them in order. Here are your choices. You can add some and change some too.
    Argentina: Veron-Crespo-Saviola
    Brazil: Ronaldinho-Rivaldo-Ronaldo
    France: Zidane-Trezeguet-Henry
    England: Beckham-Heskey-Owen
    Germany: Ballack-Klose-Neuville
    Turkey: Hasan Sas-Mansiz-Hakan Sukur
    USA: Reyna-Donovan-Mathis
    Senegal: Diouf-Fadiga-Camera
    Spain: Mendieta-Raul-Joaquinn
    Sweden: Ljunberg-Larrson-Ibrahimovic
    Holland: Kluivert-Nilsterooy-Hasslebaink
    italy: DP-Totti-Vieri

    My ranking:
    USA: Reyna-Donovan-Mathis
    Brazil: Ronaldinho-Rivaldo-Ronaldo
    France: Zidane-Trezeguet-Henry
    Holland: Kluivert-Nilsterooy-Hasslebaink
    italy: DP-Totti-Vieri

    I'm just going to do the top five, which you can do- or else it takes too much time. I'll do the rest later
     
  2. calcioplaya

    calcioplaya New Member

    Jul 20, 2002
    Egypt - Hazem Emam, Mido, Khaled Bebo

    need i say more folks?
     
  3. Blueberry

    Blueberry New Member

    Aug 20, 2002
    Paris
    France and Brazil.
     
  4. Auriaprottu

    Auriaprottu Member+

    Atlanta Damn United FC USOpenCup Champions
    Apr 1, 2002
    The back of the bus
    Club:
    Atlanta
    Nat'l Team:
    --other--
    I wouldn't put the USA trio at #1 quite yet. Two of these guys are still young players, though, and should only improve as they mature. They have already gone further in the important international tournament than Holland, and as far as Italy, so I'll rank them third, behind Brasil and Germany. France still has some holdovers from '98, which keeps them in my top five. Argentina and England have talent as well.
     
  5. Fender playa

    Fender playa New Member

    Mar 18, 2002
    Vancouver/Canada
    portugal

    Figo-R.costa-pauleta(when 100%) they werent at the world cup.

    back up

    Simao-conceicao-gomes that as good as the USA's first
     
  6. soccerfan220

    soccerfan220 New Member

    Jun 24, 2002
    USA
    Did i forget to put Portugal on the list? Oh sorry, it should have been there. I like Portugal and respect both of their first and second strings, especially becasue Conceicao plays for my favorite team Inter. But, if the USA outscored Portugal in the World Cup, then how can I put Portugal ahead of the US. The next time Portugal play the US, if they win, I'll cahnge it. Or else I won't.
     
  7. kanasai100

    kanasai100 New Member

    Aug 9, 2002
    Nowhere
    Best attack

    The 3Rs (Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho)
     
  8. thepremierleague

    Mar 14, 2001
    London
    Nat'l Team:
    England

    ROFL. Are you serious?

    Better than Brazil, France, Argentina, England, Italy, Portgual, Holland, Turkey, Senegal, Cameroon Nigeria, Sweden, Denmark etc etc etc.

    USA is a good team, not about outstanding players. The USA trio is not even in the top 15.

    Diouf Diop Diao are better.

    Reyna = Southampton :D
    Diouf + Diao = Liverpool
     
  9. astabo0ty

    astabo0ty New Member

    Mar 25, 2002
    South Florida
    does the US going as far as another team mean they have better attackers? hmmm...no? theres no way the 3 US attackers are even close to #1. n although i love holland i dont believe hasselbaink, kluivert, n van nistelrooy ever play together. one i would like to add is cameroon. eto'o, mboma, and idk? theres gotta be sum1 there-lol.
     
  10. astabo0ty

    astabo0ty New Member

    Mar 25, 2002
    South Florida
    how about peru? i know peruvians never do well in nationals n even if all the 1s i will mention play for the national team bout Pizarro, Solano, n Palacios sounds damn good to me.
     
  11. thurd

    thurd New Member

    Jul 31, 2001
    Melrose, MA
    reyna = sunderland i thought?
     
  12. condor11

    condor11 Moderator
    Staff Member

    Apr 2, 2002
    New Zealand
    as a peruvian i like your praise but the peruvian "attack"
    is not even top 6 in conmebol
     
  13. toot86

    toot86 New Member

    Apr 29, 2001
    Long John Silver's
    you forgot..

    Jarred Borgetti,Cuauhtemoc Blanco,Luis Hernandez

    For MEXICO!!
     
  14. thepremierleague

    Mar 14, 2001
    London
    Nat'l Team:
    England
    Yeh sorry. Don't know why I said Southampton.
     
  15. Jordan

    Jordan New Member

    Apr 30, 1999
    Planet Earth
    Delusional. The USA trio is not and should not be in the top 15. But for you to place them number one on the list is just insane. Ronaldo and Rivaldo by themselves outscored all US trio counted together at J/K.
     
  16. listentobobmarley

    Jan 5, 2001
    Mathis Donavon Beasley
    or
    Mathis JOB Adu
    or
    Mathis Quaranta Adu
     
  17. n00bie deluxe

    n00bie deluxe New Member

    Aug 31, 2002
    Brazil's 3Rs and France's trio, when they're at full strength are a cut above the rest, but I give the edge to Brazil. That Ronaldinho dribble that took apart England is still buried in my mind.

    Germany and Argentina's players are below the two above.
     
  18. Blueberry

    Blueberry New Member

    Aug 20, 2002
    Paris
    'France: Zidane-Trezeguet-henry'

    Let's not forget Robert Pires !! When it's at full strenght the French 'quartet' Zidane-Pires-Trezeguet-Henry is at the top. Pires's injury was one of the reason France failed so miserably in the WC.
     
  19. BenReilly

    BenReilly New Member

    Apr 8, 2002
    What's wrong with this picture? Reyna. He's the only one on that entire list that doesn't produce goals. I'd also argue that Wolff is a far better striker than Donovan is, though I expect Donovan to improve a great deal over the next three or four years.
     
  20. soccerfan220

    soccerfan220 New Member

    Jun 24, 2002
    USA
    thepremierleague: Obviously I was kidding. But Reyna plays for Sunderland. YOu should know that, your the EPL guy.

    Benreilly: Ok, if you want it can be Mathis-Donovan-Mcbride, or JOB-Mathis-Dononvan or Beasely-Mathis-Donovan

    Wolff may be better now, but in 20 years everyone will be talking about how great Donovan was for US, not Wolff, when they talk about this time period.
     
  21. Juanele

    Juanele Member+

    Aug 4, 1999
    Colorado, US
    Mendieta and Joaquin have not played on the field at the same time except for one game. Really Valeron would be have to be included. So, in all due respect, the attacking trio for Spain listed here is completely wrong. You'd either have Raul - Valeron - Tristan or Raul - Valeron - Morientes.
     
  22. soccerfan220

    soccerfan220 New Member

    Jun 24, 2002
    USA
    Listentobobmarley:
    Mathis Donavon Beasley

    Possibly

    Mathis JOB Adu

    You gotta have Donovan in there.

    Mathis Quaranta Adu

    Quaranta hasn't played for the US. Adu in 8 years. I guess nobody on bigsoccer knows this yet but Adu is 13.

    Juanele: You're right. That was stupid of me.
     
  23. TOTC

    TOTC Member

    Feb 20, 2001
    Laurel, MD, USA
    You got the wrong US trio:

    Milbrett-Lilly-Hamm

    306 goals.
     
  24. thepremierleague

    Mar 14, 2001
    London
    Nat'l Team:
    England

    We're talking about real football..........
     
  25. bolas

    bolas New Member

    Mar 1, 2002
    IN THE CARIBBEAN
    RORIVALDINHO!!!!
     

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