Le Tissier was one of the most skillful players ever to play in the Premiership. If it wasn't for Cantona he'd be in my team. He had a great volley yes, but that exemplified his brilliant technique. He also had an awesome penalty record, something like 49/50.(Original post by RobbieC)
Le Tissier was immense.
James Beattie kind of reminds me of him a little bit. But not enough, unfortunately.
Beattie is a target man with very limited technique, Le Tiss was a number 10 style player with class. Maybe your getting mixed up because they were both at Soton together?
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- 27-04-2006 11:55
- 27-04-2006 11:57
But we also really wouldn't know who is 'best' individually either, because styles of football were different, and some players which may not have played will in the past may have suited the newer style of football, and others who were brilliant in the past might not have fit in at all, as well as the quality of the players they played against, and their styles too...
All rules for this sort of thing are arbitary
(Original post by Liam The Eagle)
- 27-04-2006 11:58
But there's no point in conversing over who would and would not have played well together. For all we know, had Tore Andre Flo and Stan Collymore played together, they could have formed the greatest strike partnership ever. But well never know who combines well and who doesn't, so we might as well just list the best players in each position.
(Original post by calderstonesLFC)
- 27-04-2006 12:00
Common sense prevails. The public backlash against mclaren and we finnaly get a manager wholl have us playing entertaining footie and wont be afraid to chop people.
Agreed. Maybe players will get a chance based on merit as opposed to reputation.
- 27-04-2006 12:33
tv confirmation like in rugby, thatll sort the diving sods out so theres no false penalties like against arsenal on tuesday
(Original post by naivesincerity)
- 27-04-2006 13:08
Well boro play good footy don't they?
(Original post by ba_ba1)
- 27-04-2006 13:38
i think that is slightly biased. Maybe Arsenal were a few years ago, but now they line up with a 4-5-1, are struggling in the league and just take a look at the results of the last few KO matches.
- 27-04-2006 14:15
Toulouse v. Munster in the Heiniken Cuop this year. Munster foot went out of play and the try was given, despite the video ref being called on.
It wouldnt resolve the issue completely.
- 27-04-2006 14:24
Fbaregas needs to have a good game too.
- 27-04-2006 14:26
Well he hasn't taken the job yet... are we getting a bit ahead of ourselves?
- 27-04-2006 14:28
Fantastic One of the most dramatic few minutes of my sport-spectating career, along with Wilkinson's drop goal for the RWC 03 final and the Liverpool-Milan penalty shootout.
Could be in for another dramatic few moments in the next couple of weeks with the relegation battle :|
- 27-04-2006 17:46
This is inspired a little by the premiership best XI, but thats kind of lost momentum, and hey the world cup is coming up... So lets have a group effort on this one, eh! Modern and olden days players... So I guess ill start... Feel free to debate my and other choices though. That's what its about.
GK - Kahn
LB - Carlos
CB - Beckenbauer
LM - Klinsmann
CM - Ronaldinho
CF - Maradonna
CF - Pele
- 27-04-2006 17:48
Come on you pompy!!
I am an Arsenal fan, so totally removed from it all... But I am loving Portsmouths fightback.
- 27-04-2006 17:55
Alberto Beckenbauer Moore Carlos
Klinsmann Zidane Cruyff Garrincha
(Original post by Phonicsdude)
- 27-04-2006 17:56
The hand on the keeper's shoulder was blatent.
I'll try to find a video of it for you.
At the very least there is contention so his mistake is understandable
The comments below show that there is support for Meier's decision.
Terry's arm preventing the keeper from jumping is clear.
- 27-04-2006 18:01
(Original post by Liam The Eagle)
- 27-04-2006 18:05
G. Neville Stam Adams Irwin
Beckham R.Keane Vieira Giggs
If your team doesn't look like that, it's wrong.
I thought Keane was overrated tbh, as did my brother who is a Manc supporter
Touch call between Cantona and Shearer.
Bergkamp was a class apart, have to have him
(Original post by NDGAARONDI)
- 27-04-2006 18:18
Against Boro who had a lot of injuries and played a lot of non-starters who were crud anyway? Chelsea showed their attacking potential against West Ham and Everton (replay in the FA Cup).
Against the team who finished 4th in the prem
- 27-04-2006 18:24
Are we just putting forward names then because it'd be too much of a headache to select a team myself? Many of the best have been mentioned already but I'd also like to put forward:
- 27-04-2006 18:27
rep delivered LFC girl