I have to remember the following football players.
Barry Sanders... Perhaps one of the all time greatest running backs
A Coach and highly respected man, Tom Landry
Joe Montana - In my opinion, the greatest Quartback to have played the game
Offensive Linemen were in fear of Reggie White's Bitch slap
Offenses would game plan against this one man... Deion Sanders
Think you've got the wrong sport mate :)
By football he means soccer, but I can see where you mis-interpreted it
No, I did it on purpose as a way to fuck with mags... No misconception of the direction this thread was intended to go; just me being the ass that I am :cool:
Originally Posted by Shining Light
Zidane = The greatest player ever.
Going with Ronaldo, certainly one of the best strikers ever and he used to score with ease.
Ahh... Good lad! ;)
Originally Posted by Darkside Ron Garvin
A few people I would of said have been said so I'll exclude those.
Ronaldo: First person to take my breathe away was Brazilian Ronaldo.
World Cup 1998 was my first tournament for any sport and he fucking destroyed that tournament. Didn't play in the final but boy did he own back then.
Paul Dickov: To you. He's just an average player that was just constant enough to be called a good/decent striker. To me, he was the first player I absolutely loved to watch. His goal vs Gillingham helped shape football today so he didn't do that badly ;). He even did pretty well when he came back to play for us.
Now the Oldham manager I believe.
Shearer: What a guy! Lord knows England could use a guy like him right now up front! Don't really need to say much about him since you'll all know how he did for Blackburn and Newcastle.
I'll so a few others later.
Oliver Kahn: Possibly the best goal keeper in the history of football.He won 25 title 23 of them with Bayern and 1 Euro with his national team Germany.He was always amazing to watch sometimes it was very annoying how much good he was.He is the only keeper who won the golden boot at the 2002 World Club,where he took his team to the final.With Bayern 3 of the titles he won are Cl 2001 UEFA cup 1996 and Intercontinental cup 2001In his last match he played in a friendly match vs one Indian team during Bayern's tour in India.120 000 people turned up for the match.Bayern won 0-3 and Kahn was substituted in 55th min.
This is a pic from at his testimonial match
Jari Litmanen, one of the best footballers I ever saw with my own eyes.
Unfortunately he was so injury prone.
one the last CL for Ajax
Cantona. If only players these days were allowed to kung-fu kick any fan who wanted to act like a twat and be racist :rolleyes: