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Ecstatic

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I hope we will see very diverse clubs or countries.

I will start with PSG of course

 

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Erm, United

(what is the purpose of this thread again?)
 

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Looking for the answers...
I am confused? Surely 90% of people will just pick United and pick a World XI...?

Would make more sense for people to pick their team's All Time XI, albeit that's been done to death on here!
 

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Isn't this just an all time XI for each club?
 

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Would make more sense for people to pick their team's All Time XI, albeit that's been done to death on here!
I think he expects exactly this (and yes, there were many threads like that before).
 

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San Marino Calcio:
GKeepers: Simone
Defenders: Andrea, Michele, Marco, Alessandro
Midfielders: Piero, Ornaldo, Evarists
Forwards: Samuel, Mirco, Rivolino

Seriously though, I developed a soft spot for them thanks to Football Manager (completed the SM challenge in FM12 beating England in the WC final) and have had a fondness for them since.
 

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Spartak Moscow 80s to present day 11. Experimental- potentially disastrous -no striker formation as Spartak never had any very good traditional forwards anyway in this time. Playing their traditional '50s-'90s fast paced multiple playmaker possession style.



Honourable mentions: Dmitriy Khlestov, Aleksandr Bubnov, Yuri Nikiforov, Andrei Piatnitsky, Igor Shalimov, Igor Lediakhov, Dmitriy Alenichev, Andrei Tikhonov
 

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Spartak Moscow 80s to present day 11. Experimental- potentially disastrous -no striker formation as Spartak never had any very good traditional forwards anyway in this time. Playing their traditional '50s-'90s fast paced multiple playmaker possession style.



Honourable mentions: Dmitriy Khlestov, Aleksandr Bubnov, Yuri Nikiforov, Andrei Piatnitsky, Igor Shalimov, Igor Lediakhov, Dmitriy Alenichev, Andrei Tikhonov
Nice! someone who understood the spirit of this thread :)
 

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Allison

Candela
Samuel
Aldair
Cafu

De Rossi
Tommasi

Montella
Totti
Salah

Batistuta
 

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Dalmat was a big failure but with the mentality of M'bappé he could have been one of the greatest French box-to-box!

I pick him for Marseille

 

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Oh well... BAYERN MUNICH

Oliver Kahn

Franz Beckenbauer
"Katsche" Schwarzenbeck
Jürgen Kohler
Philipp Lahm

Sören Lerby
Paul Breitner
Lothar Matthäus
Stefan Effenberg

Gerd Müller
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge

Subs:
Sepp Maier
Klaus Augenthaler
Franz Roth
Uli Hoeness
Mehmet Scholl
Giovane Elber
 

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GK- Dražen Ladić

CB- Robert Kovač
CB- Igor Tudor
CB- Josip Šimunić

RM- Ivan Rakitić
CM- Zvonimir Boban
CM- Luka Modrić
LM- Aljoša Asanović
AM- Robert Prosinečki

ST- Eduardo
CF- Davor Šuker

Croatia finest in 3-5-2 formation with goalkeeper who I would personlly trust against any striker ever, he really was that good. Defence made of 3 great defenders, players who were not just strong in duel, but great with ball at the feet. Midfield seems like football cheat, with so many brilliant players but there they are, so can say that creative part of the play is covered. 2 lethal strikers who can score both from creative team play or from brilliant individual play.
 

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Suurbier - Krol - Stam - Chivu

Cruyff - Rijkaard

Bergkamp

Suárez - Van Basten - Ibrahimovic
 

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Cañizares
Angloma Ayala Djukic Carboni
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Kily González Aimar Vicente
Kempes Piojo López
 

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Brazil Post 1990s. (Cause I didn't see the 80s and before)

Dida

Cafu Silva Lucio R.Carlos

Mauro Silva

Rivaldo Kaka Ronaldinho

Ronaldo Romario
 

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Aaaah Romario, he's my guilty pleasure, one of my favourite players ever.

 

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Valencia:
Cañizares
Angloma Ayala Djukic Carboni
Albelda
Kily González Aimar Vicente
Kempes Piojo López
Canizares
Angloma Rami* Ayala Carboni
Baraja Banega
Silva Aimar Mata
Romario​

Subs: Villa, Nani, Albelda, Mendieta, C.Lopez
* just because he shagged Pamela
 

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Chose Schalke 04.

Incredible the amount of talents they have made, especially going forward. A bit weak at the back maybe, but you'll just have to outscore the opponent I guess. Could've included Sane but I'd keep him as an impact sub.
 
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Italy
Buffon
Zambrotta - Cannavaro - Baresi - Scirea - Maldini
Baggio - Tardelli
Del Pierro ---------- -Totti--------
Meazza


 

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Eike Immel

Thomas Berthold Mattias Sammer Guido Buchwald

Phillip Lahm Markus Babbel

Alexander Hleb Ásgeir Sigurvinsson Krassimir Balakov

Giovanni Elber Jurgen Klinsmann Fredi Bobic

VfB Stuttgart
 

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Coached by Pep.
 

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Chelsea:​
Cech
Petrescu Desailly Terry Cole
Essien Makelele Lampard
Gullit Greaves Zola
 

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A united team of my favourites, not necessarily the best

...................Schmeichel................

Neville........Stam...Vidic.......Evra...

...............Keane....Scholes...............

Kanchelskis...............................Park....

....................Cantona............

....................Solskjaer.............

Naturally I loved Beckham Giggs van nistelrooy and so many more we’ve been lucky to have but some there I just have a soft spot for.
 

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I would love to have seen a young Giggs in an attacking 3 with Rooney/Ronaldo circa 2007. Giggs being let loose rather than having to get up and down the wing in a 4-4-2 system.

I also wonder how Scholes and Beckham’s careers may have been different had they come through today. I think Scholes’ ability to control a game would have been considered an even greater asset. I wonder if Beckham could have adapted to playing a role like Eriksen where he could drift into central areas to make use of his shooting ability whilst also popping up in wide positions to play a killer cross.

DDG

Neville
Ferdinand
Vidic
Irwin

Keane
Scholes
Beckham

Giggs
Ronaldo
Rooney

Edit: Pogba would be incredible in this team in Beckham’s place
 

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Romário should have been there, possibly Nilis for his selfless style — oh well, I like Van Nistelrooy more and he did score close to a goal per game in the Eredivisie! No Koeman or Cocu or van Bommel either... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯



Park and Stam make the cut — 3 United players in a non-United team is pretty cool.
 

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bench: wiltord, micoud, pauleta, pavon, cantona,
 

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Romário should have been there, possibly Nilis for his selfless style — oh well, I like Van Nistelrooy more and he did score close to a goal per game in the Eredivisie! No Koeman or Cocu or van Bommel either... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯



Park and Stam make the cut — 3 United players in a non-United team is pretty cool.
Nice! Impressive bench
 

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Feyenoord:

Ed de Goeij

Ulrich Van Gobbel
John De Wolf
Stefan de Vrij
Gio van Bronckhorst

Karim el Ahmadi
Gini Wijnaldum
Robin vn Persie


Gaston Taument
Henrik Larsson
Dirk Kuyt


Not the best, but including players from the 60s feels daft since I wasnt born yet.
 

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Becerra

Trainer: Rubi
 

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Kahn
Lahm Boateng Beckenbauer Lizarazu
Matthäus Ballack Breitner/Schweinsteiger
Robben Ribery
G. Müller


Just imagine the likes of Matthäus, Beckenbauer and Robbery feeding Gerd Müller. :drool::drool::drool:
 

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Kahn
Lahm Boateng Beckenbauer Lizarazu
Matthäus Ballack Breitner/Schweinsteiger
Robben Ribery
G. Müller


Just imagine the likes of Matthäus, Beckenbauer and Robbery feeding Gerd Müller. :drool::drool::drool:
One day, I have spent some time to try to guess who is the best between Ballack and Effenberg.

I guess your answer but what's the difference between these 2 players? They seem similar in terms of style of play: Ballack more offensive maybe and Effenberg more aggressive, I don't know

I think we should get more threads about German football