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Post by baresi Mon Mar 19, 2012 5:58 pm

---------------------------Oliver Kahn----------------------
Cafu----------Baresi--------------------Maldini---------Carlos
-------------------Koeman-----------Matthäus----------------
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---------------Maradona------------------Ronaldinho----------
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---------------------------vanBasten------------------------------------
---------------------------------------Ronaldo (Phenomenon)--------
Subs:
Schmeichel, Messi, Xavi, Zidane, Stam, Ancelotti. Sheva

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Post by Doc Mon Mar 19, 2012 5:59 pm

You don't have to ridicule a man just because he is misinformed about Dinho and Zidane's position which, by the way, was not central midfield. You can make an argument for Zidane but Dinho was nowhere near a central midfielder.

Ever.

Anyway, I still feel my team could take on each and every team here. Very solid midfield, absolute creativity up front with clinical finishing, excellent width and 3 defenders that is gonna make hell for attackers.
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Post by Blue Barrett Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:02 pm

jibers wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Doc wrote:I still feel my team would pawn all others...except Old man Crims own...

Haven't really seen a team yet that I would feel would dominate mine

Still waiting, I do like Jibers team though

My team OWNS every other person's team.

2 SOLID CBs. 2 of the best FBs ever that can make blistering runs forward and can also kill any threat on their wings.

DM is Makelele. To me, the best DM ever. I may be bias, but its just my preference. It was hard as f*k to get past him.

I have Zizou who can absolutely BOSS the MF. And then Ronaldinho is there to complement him. Messi is on the LW to receive any killer pass from Dinho and can easily cut in. He doesn't even have to finish, I have one of the best EVER finishers in the history of football in dL. Ronaldo.

Same situation applies for C.Ronaldo on the RW........and then I have Schmeichel in goal.

My team MURDERS yours.

I don't see how you murder my team.....

I have the most hard working diverse players ever in my team, I would simply run rings around you

Barrettinator wrote:You are allowed to have a starting XI and 7 subs. Make sure to fill every position for the subs though.
This is just my opinion, here's my all-time XI:
------------------Schmeichel----------------
Cafu--------Nesta--------Thuram------Carlos
------------------Makelele------------------
------Ronaldinho--------------Zidane--------
Messi------------------------------C.Ronaldo
--------------de Lima Ronaldo---------------

Subs: Figo, Xavi, Cannavaro, Kahn, Maradona, Raul, Maldini

My team murders yours. Period.
Your opinion?

vs

Crimson wrote:GK: Casillas
RB: Cafu
CB: Santamaria
CB: Baresi
CB/SW: Beckenbauer
LB: Carlos
CM: Makelele
CM: Pirri
CM: Redondo
AM: Di Stefano
CF: Puskas


Just abit of fun to counter the overall attacking teams posted thus far

I don't see how your midfield would even compete?
Wondering how my midfield would compete? LOL. I find that quite funny. I My 2 CMs are two of the best in the history of football at dominating midfield battles and I have Makelele to clean up whatever rare mess they might make.

Zidane & Ronaldo would absolutely destroy your defense. In fact, they don't have to do much damage. Messi and C.Ronaldo are also specialists at that. And once again, they don't have to do too much. They just have to feed Fatnaldo the ball, or look for their shot.

My team is setup such that, the players don't even have to perform to their full potential because of their supporting cast. smoking

ROFL, ZIDANE AND RONALDINHO THE TWO BEST CMs in History? ROOOOFFFFLLLLLLLl

LMFAAAAAAAAAAAAAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Where did I say there are THE TWO BEST? Why don't you read it properly before "LMFAAAAAAAAAAAAAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO"
:facepalm:
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Post by Blue Barrett Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:04 pm

Doc wrote:You don't have to ridicule a man just because he is misinformed about Dinho and Zidane's position which, by the way, was not central midfield. You can make an argument for Zidane but Dinho was nowhere near a central midfielder.

Ever.

Anyway, I still feel my team could take on each and every team here. Very solid midfield, absolute creativity up front with clinical finishing, excellent width and 3 defenders that is gonna make hell for attackers.
Ronaldinho===> CAM/CM/RW

Your point?
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Post by jibers Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:05 pm

Barrettinator wrote:
Doc wrote:You don't have to ridicule a man just because he is misinformed about Dinho and Zidane's position which, by the way, was not central midfield. You can make an argument for Zidane but Dinho was nowhere near a central midfielder.

Ever.

Anyway, I still feel my team could take on each and every team here. Very solid midfield, absolute creativity up front with clinical finishing, excellent width and 3 defenders that is gonna make hell for attackers.
Ronaldinho===> CAM/CM/RW

Your point?

Dinho was never a CM :facepalm:
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Post by Doc Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:05 pm

He played as a left sided attacking playmaker and an attacking midfielder. Dinho was never a central midfielder nor was he a right winger.
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Post by Blue Barrett Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:08 pm

Doc wrote:He played as a left sided attacking playmaker and an attacking midfielder. Dinho was never a central midfielder nor was he a right winger.
Err.....remind me where he played for Brazil?

Besides, the position I have him & Zidane is more of a CAM position, with just Makelele lying deep.
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Post by Guest Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:09 pm

Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Doc wrote:I still feel my team would pawn all others...except Old man Crims own...

Haven't really seen a team yet that I would feel would dominate mine

Still waiting, I do like Jibers team though

My team OWNS every other person's team.

2 SOLID CBs. 2 of the best FBs ever that can make blistering runs forward and can also kill any threat on their wings.

DM is Makelele. To me, the best DM ever. I may be bias, but its just my preference. It was hard as f*k to get past him.

I have Zizou who can absolutely BOSS the MF. And then Ronaldinho is there to complement him. Messi is on the LW to receive any killer pass from Dinho and can easily cut in. He doesn't even have to finish, I have one of the best EVER finishers in the history of football in dL. Ronaldo.

Same situation applies for C.Ronaldo on the RW........and then I have Schmeichel in goal.

My team MURDERS yours.

I don't see how you murder my team.....

I have the most hard working diverse players ever in my team, I would simply run rings around you

Barrettinator wrote:You are allowed to have a starting XI and 7 subs. Make sure to fill every position for the subs though.
This is just my opinion, here's my all-time XI:
------------------Schmeichel----------------
Cafu--------Nesta--------Thuram------Carlos
------------------Makelele------------------
------Ronaldinho--------------Zidane--------
Messi------------------------------C.Ronaldo
--------------de Lima Ronaldo---------------

Subs: Figo, Xavi, Cannavaro, Kahn, Maradona, Raul, Maldini

My team murders yours. Period.
Your opinion?

vs

Crimson wrote:GK: Casillas
RB: Cafu
CB: Santamaria
CB: Baresi
CB/SW: Beckenbauer
LB: Carlos
CM: Makelele
CM: Pirri
CM: Redondo
AM: Di Stefano
CF: Puskas


Just abit of fun to counter the overall attacking teams posted thus far

I don't see how your midfield would even compete?
Wondering how my midfield would compete? LOL. I find that quite funny. I My 2 CMs are two of the best in the history of football at dominating midfield battles and I have Makelele to clean up whatever rare mess they might make.

Zidane & Ronaldo would absolutely destroy your defense. In fact, they don't have to do much damage. Messi and C.Ronaldo are also specialists at that. And once again, they don't have to do too much. They just have to feed Fatnaldo the ball, or look for their shot.

My team is setup such that, the players don't even have to perform to their full potential because of their supporting cast. smoking

You have one midfield player and 5 attackers

And yet you expect to murder my team? Zidane and Dinho don't play CM, and don't expect them to hussle the ball or win the ball back for you. Where as every single player bar Puskas in my team can and will do that. Good luck even seeing the ball.........

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Post by Guest Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:10 pm

Barrettinator wrote:
Doc wrote:He played as a left sided attacking playmaker and an attacking midfielder. Dinho was never a central midfielder nor was he a right winger.
Err.....remind me where he played for Brazil?

Besides, the position I have him & Zidane is more of a CAM position, with just Makelele lying deep.

Dinho for Brasil played as an ACM......

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Post by Blue Barrett Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:11 pm

Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Doc wrote:I still feel my team would pawn all others...except Old man Crims own...

Haven't really seen a team yet that I would feel would dominate mine

Still waiting, I do like Jibers team though

My team OWNS every other person's team.

2 SOLID CBs. 2 of the best FBs ever that can make blistering runs forward and can also kill any threat on their wings.

DM is Makelele. To me, the best DM ever. I may be bias, but its just my preference. It was hard as f*k to get past him.

I have Zizou who can absolutely BOSS the MF. And then Ronaldinho is there to complement him. Messi is on the LW to receive any killer pass from Dinho and can easily cut in. He doesn't even have to finish, I have one of the best EVER finishers in the history of football in dL. Ronaldo.

Same situation applies for C.Ronaldo on the RW........and then I have Schmeichel in goal.

My team MURDERS yours.

I don't see how you murder my team.....

I have the most hard working diverse players ever in my team, I would simply run rings around you

Barrettinator wrote:You are allowed to have a starting XI and 7 subs. Make sure to fill every position for the subs though.
This is just my opinion, here's my all-time XI:
------------------Schmeichel----------------
Cafu--------Nesta--------Thuram------Carlos
------------------Makelele------------------
------Ronaldinho--------------Zidane--------
Messi------------------------------C.Ronaldo
--------------de Lima Ronaldo---------------

Subs: Figo, Xavi, Cannavaro, Kahn, Maradona, Raul, Maldini

My team murders yours. Period.
Your opinion?

vs

Crimson wrote:GK: Casillas
RB: Cafu
CB: Santamaria
CB: Baresi
CB/SW: Beckenbauer
LB: Carlos
CM: Makelele
CM: Pirri
CM: Redondo
AM: Di Stefano
CF: Puskas


Just abit of fun to counter the overall attacking teams posted thus far

I don't see how your midfield would even compete?
Wondering how my midfield would compete? LOL. I find that quite funny. I My 2 CMs are two of the best in the history of football at dominating midfield battles and I have Makelele to clean up whatever rare mess they might make.

Zidane & Ronaldo would absolutely destroy your defense. In fact, they don't have to do much damage. Messi and C.Ronaldo are also specialists at that. And once again, they don't have to do too much. They just have to feed Fatnaldo the ball, or look for their shot.

My team is setup such that, the players don't even have to perform to their full potential because of their supporting cast. smoking

You have one midfield player and 5 attackers

And yet you expect to murder my team? Zidane and Dinho don't play CM, and don't expect them to hussle the ball or win the ball back for you. Where as every single player bar Puskas in my team can and will do that. Good luck even seeing the ball.........
God, I wish we could sim both teams and let them have a go at it. Then you'll know what I mean.
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Post by Guest Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:12 pm

Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Doc wrote:I still feel my team would pawn all others...except Old man Crims own...

Haven't really seen a team yet that I would feel would dominate mine

Still waiting, I do like Jibers team though

My team OWNS every other person's team.

2 SOLID CBs. 2 of the best FBs ever that can make blistering runs forward and can also kill any threat on their wings.

DM is Makelele. To me, the best DM ever. I may be bias, but its just my preference. It was hard as f*k to get past him.

I have Zizou who can absolutely BOSS the MF. And then Ronaldinho is there to complement him. Messi is on the LW to receive any killer pass from Dinho and can easily cut in. He doesn't even have to finish, I have one of the best EVER finishers in the history of football in dL. Ronaldo.

Same situation applies for C.Ronaldo on the RW........and then I have Schmeichel in goal.

My team MURDERS yours.

I don't see how you murder my team.....

I have the most hard working diverse players ever in my team, I would simply run rings around you

Barrettinator wrote:You are allowed to have a starting XI and 7 subs. Make sure to fill every position for the subs though.
This is just my opinion, here's my all-time XI:
------------------Schmeichel----------------
Cafu--------Nesta--------Thuram------Carlos
------------------Makelele------------------
------Ronaldinho--------------Zidane--------
Messi------------------------------C.Ronaldo
--------------de Lima Ronaldo---------------

Subs: Figo, Xavi, Cannavaro, Kahn, Maradona, Raul, Maldini

My team murders yours. Period.
Your opinion?

vs

Crimson wrote:GK: Casillas
RB: Cafu
CB: Santamaria
CB: Baresi
CB/SW: Beckenbauer
LB: Carlos
CM: Makelele
CM: Pirri
CM: Redondo
AM: Di Stefano
CF: Puskas


Just abit of fun to counter the overall attacking teams posted thus far

I don't see how your midfield would even compete?
Wondering how my midfield would compete? LOL. I find that quite funny. I My 2 CMs are two of the best in the history of football at dominating midfield battles and I have Makelele to clean up whatever rare mess they might make.

Zidane & Ronaldo would absolutely destroy your defense. In fact, they don't have to do much damage. Messi and C.Ronaldo are also specialists at that. And once again, they don't have to do too much. They just have to feed Fatnaldo the ball, or look for their shot.

My team is setup such that, the players don't even have to perform to their full potential because of their supporting cast. smoking

You have one midfield player and 5 attackers

And yet you expect to murder my team? Zidane and Dinho don't play CM, and don't expect them to hussle the ball or win the ball back for you. Where as every single player bar Puskas in my team can and will do that. Good luck even seeing the ball.........
God, I wish we could sim both teams and let them have a go at it. Then you'll know what I mean.

Get a clue no one is agreeing with you and not a single person so far thinks your team is even any good.....

Go watch some football and get a clue

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Post by Blue Barrett Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:14 pm

Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Doc wrote:He played as a left sided attacking playmaker and an attacking midfielder. Dinho was never a central midfielder nor was he a right winger.
Err.....remind me where he played for Brazil?

Besides, the position I have him & Zidane is more of a CAM position, with just Makelele lying deep.

Dinho for Brasil played as an ACM......
2006 WC, Brazil used the "Magic Square" formation that had Ronaldo, Adriano, Kaka & Ronaldinho.

Key word being SQUARE.

I'll let you figure that out.
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Post by Doc Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:16 pm

Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Doc wrote:He played as a left sided attacking playmaker and an attacking midfielder. Dinho was never a central midfielder nor was he a right winger.
Err.....remind me where he played for Brazil?

Besides, the position I have him & Zidane is more of a CAM position, with just Makelele lying deep.

Dinho for Brasil played as an ACM......
2006 WC, Brazil used the "Magic Square" formation that had Ronaldo, Adriano, Kaka & Ronaldinho.

Key word being SQUARE.

I'll let you figure that out.

Dinho was on the left hand side in that square sir while Kaka was on the right.
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Post by Blue Barrett Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:19 pm

Doc wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Doc wrote:He played as a left sided attacking playmaker and an attacking midfielder. Dinho was never a central midfielder nor was he a right winger.
Err.....remind me where he played for Brazil?

Besides, the position I have him & Zidane is more of a CAM position, with just Makelele lying deep.

Dinho for Brasil played as an ACM......
2006 WC, Brazil used the "Magic Square" formation that had Ronaldo, Adriano, Kaka & Ronaldinho.

Key word being SQUARE.

I'll let you figure that out.

Dinho was on the left hand side in that square sir while Kaka was on the right.
Ah! My apologies. I just checked my team again. I thought I put Dinho on the left and Zidane on the right. I'm about to fix that. I see why you were having going bezerk LOL.
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Post by sportsczy Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:20 pm

Actually, Juninho and Adriano played depending on the opponent. For example, Juninho started against France in 2006 WC.

The square is absolutely true. You had Roberto Carlos and Cafu on each side with Kaka and Dinho flip flopping. Only reason France won was that we shut down the flanks... key to beating any Brazil NT team tbh.
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Post by Blue Barrett Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:21 pm

sportsczy wrote:Actually, Juninho and Adriano played depending on the opponent. For example, Juninho started against France in 2006 WC.

The square is absolutely true. You had Roberto Carlos and Cafu on each side with Kaka and Dinho flip flopping. Only reason France won was that we shut down the flanks... key to beating any Brazil NT team tbh.
At last!
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Post by Doc Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:21 pm

Me? Berserk? Nah, not my style. Jibers and Crims, however, are grumpy old men, possibly Walter and Jack typing from beyond the grave no doubt...
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Post by Blue Barrett Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:22 pm

Doc wrote:Me? Berserk? Nah, not my style. Jibers and Crims, however, are grumpy old men, possibly Walter and Jack typing from beyond the grave no doubt...
LOL :lol!:
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Post by jibers Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:22 pm

Barrettinator wrote:
Doc wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Doc wrote:He played as a left sided attacking playmaker and an attacking midfielder. Dinho was never a central midfielder nor was he a right winger.
Err.....remind me where he played for Brazil?

Besides, the position I have him & Zidane is more of a CAM position, with just Makelele lying deep.

Dinho for Brasil played as an ACM......
2006 WC, Brazil used the "Magic Square" formation that had Ronaldo, Adriano, Kaka & Ronaldinho.

Key word being SQUARE.

I'll let you figure that out.

Dinho was on the left hand side in that square sir while Kaka was on the right.
Ah! My apologies. I just checked my team again. I thought I put Dinho on the left and Zidane on the right. I'm about to fix that. I see why you were having going bezerk LOL.

Don't lie now you have been caught out ffs. Just admit you didnt know what you were talking about.
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Post by Le Samourai Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:23 pm

Magic Square.Laughing

Anyway I think my team has a decent shot against everyone.As long as the full backs and the CM's choose their runs carefully and communicate well they have a chance

I'm skeptical about Maradona and Messi , I would honestly prefer Ozil there but I couldn't think of anyone so I let it be....

BTW Peles reaction to this thread thus far :vagi: ,

I'll switch him in for Ronaldo to realign the earth.

Pele eterno :bow:
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Post by Blue Barrett Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:24 pm

jibers wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Doc wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Doc wrote:He played as a left sided attacking playmaker and an attacking midfielder. Dinho was never a central midfielder nor was he a right winger.
Err.....remind me where he played for Brazil?

Besides, the position I have him & Zidane is more of a CAM position, with just Makelele lying deep.
WTF????
Nobody is allowed to make an error??? Besides, the only mistake I admited to, was swapping Zizou & Dinho. I DID NOT say Dinho shouldn't be in the CM position.


Dinho for Brasil played as an ACM......
2006 WC, Brazil used the "Magic Square" formation that had Ronaldo, Adriano, Kaka & Ronaldinho.

Key word being SQUARE.

I'll let you figure that out.

Dinho was on the left hand side in that square sir while Kaka was on the right.
Ah! My apologies. I just checked my team again. I thought I put Dinho on the left and Zidane on the right. I'm about to fix that. I see why you were having going bezerk LOL.

Don't lie now you have been caught out ffs. Just admit you didnt know what you were talking about.
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Post by Blue Barrett Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:26 pm

Le Samourai wrote:Magic Square.Laughing

Anyway I think my team has a decent shot against everyone.As long as the full backs and the CM's choose their runs carefully and communicate well they have a chance

I'm skeptical about Maradona and Messi , I would honestly prefer Ozil there but I couldn't think of anyone so I let it be....

BTW Peles reaction to this thread thus far :vagi: ,

I'll switch him in for Ronaldo to realign the earth.

Pele eterno :bow:
You know, the reason I'm not all sold out on Pele's achievements was that the offside rule was not established when he played. He's one of the greatest talents ever, but you can't deny that a "no offside" era would certainly have helped his goals. Imagine how many goals Messi would score in present day if there was no offside rule.
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Post by Guest Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:27 pm

jibers wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Doc wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Crimson wrote:
Barrettinator wrote:
Doc wrote:He played as a left sided attacking playmaker and an attacking midfielder. Dinho was never a central midfielder nor was he a right winger.
Err.....remind me where he played for Brazil?

Besides, the position I have him & Zidane is more of a CAM position, with just Makelele lying deep.

Dinho for Brasil played as an ACM......
2006 WC, Brazil used the "Magic Square" formation that had Ronaldo, Adriano, Kaka & Ronaldinho.

Key word being SQUARE.

I'll let you figure that out.

Dinho was on the left hand side in that square sir while Kaka was on the right.
Ah! My apologies. I just checked my team again. I thought I put Dinho on the left and Zidane on the right. I'm about to fix that. I see why you were having going bezerk LOL.

Don't lie now you have been caught out ffs. Just admit you didnt know what you were talking about.

Sad thing is the kids apparently 22.....

Really thought he was 12 judging by his replies....

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Post by Doc Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:29 pm

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Le Samourai wrote:Magic Square.Laughing

Anyway I think my team has a decent shot against everyone.As long as the full backs and the CM's choose their runs carefully and communicate well they have a chance

I'm skeptical about Maradona and Messi , I would honestly prefer Ozil there but I couldn't think of anyone so I let it be....

BTW Peles reaction to this thread thus far :vagi: ,

I'll switch him in for Ronaldo to realign the earth.

Pele eterno :bow:
You know, the reason I'm not all sold out on Pele's achievements was that the offside rule was not established when he played. He's one of the greatest talents ever, but you can't deny that a "no offside" era would certainly have helped his goals. Imagine how many goals Messi would score in present day if there was no offside rule.

Wasn't the offside rule implemented in the early 20th century (1925 to be exact)?
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Barrettinator wrote:
Le Samourai wrote:Magic Square.Laughing

Anyway I think my team has a decent shot against everyone.As long as the full backs and the CM's choose their runs carefully and communicate well they have a chance

I'm skeptical about Maradona and Messi , I would honestly prefer Ozil there but I couldn't think of anyone so I let it be....

BTW Peles reaction to this thread thus far :vagi: ,

I'll switch him in for Ronaldo to realign the earth.

Pele eterno :bow:
You know, the reason I'm not all sold out on Pele's achievements was that the offside rule was not established when he played. He's one of the greatest talents ever, but you can't deny that a "no offside" era would certainly have helped his goals. Imagine how many goals Messi would score in present day if there was no offside rule.

WHAT?! lmfao

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