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  1. Nov 6, 2018
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    Feck defending.. Just bring out this Depor-side and play the ball in circles around every team in the world.

    Bench: Bebeto - Luque - Turu Flores - Victor - Manuel Pablo
  2. Nov 6, 2018
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    Southampton FC

    Shilton
    Clyne VvD Fonte Shaw
    Schneiderlin Wanyama
    Mane Le Tissier Bale
    Shearer
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    Thought about it, but I think I'd keep him as a sub as well. Huntelaar was there longer and scored more goals.
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    golden_blunder Site admin. Manchester United fan Staff

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    Northern Ireland all-time select

    GK - Harry Gregg (MUFC)
    2 world class keepers to select from in Gregg and Pat Jennings but Greggs 1958 World Cup performance swings it for me

    RB - Jimmy Nicholl (Rangers)
    Solid, dependable but still fullback was one of our weakest areas over the years imho

    CB - Terry Neill (Arsenal)
    Reliable, clever CB who spent a decade at Arsenal before going on to become a manager

    CB - Jonny Evans (Leicester)
    Who else? Injuries have hampered him but still our best CB. Has proven himself at international level by stopping the likes of Torres and Ibrahimovic

    LB - Mal Donaghy
    Defence first player not known for attacking. But that’s fine considering who is ahead of him

    DM - Jackie Blanchflower (MUFC)
    Classy player whose career was cut short by injuries sustained in the Munich air crash

    CM - Danny Blanchflower (Spurs)
    Who else alongside his brother but this Spurs legend?

    CM - Martin O’Neill (Notts Forest)
    Industrious, goalscorer who could carry the ball brilliantly. Made his mark in European campaigns with Forest

    LW - George Best (MUFC)
    Enough said

    RW - Keith Gillespie (Newcastle)
    Pace, goal threat. May have played a bigger part at MUFC where it not for the foreigner rule at the time

    FW - Peter McParland (Aston Villa)
    At 1958 World Cup was a standout performer scoring 1 less than Pele. Two v Germany, two v Czech and 1 v Argentina

    Subs
    Pat Jennings, Norman Whiteside, Sammy McIlroy, Aaron Hughes, Alex McDonald, David Healy
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    Only to add this was based on players I watched not necessarly the best or historical ones who didn't watched playing.

    Honorable mentions: Tomislav Ivkovic (GK) Abel Ferreira (RB) Fabio Coentrão (LB) Beto (CB) Naybet (CB) Paulo Sousa (DMC) Moutinho (MC) Pedro Barbosa (AMC) Cristiano Ronaldo (LW) Simao Sabrosa (RW) Mario Jardel (CF)
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    If Wimbledon had carried on....
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    4-4-2 Diamond

    GK - Hart
    Defence - Bardsley, Rojo, Morgan, Cook
    Midfield - Noble, Shelvey, Xhaka, Wilshere
    Forwards - Arnautovic, Vardy
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    Merci.

    Like that team. Not all current but all top in their respective eras.

    Cymru am byth
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    BeforeKeanetherewasRobson Full Member

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    That's some midfield??
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    Thanks - Updated

    Yeah sharemytactics do forget some things sometimes, which requires to re-submit a team again
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    :) Best post
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    Theo Snelders

    Stuart Kennedy
    Alex McLeish
    Willie Miller
    David Robertson

    Gordon Strachan
    Neil Simpson
    JimBett
    Arthur Graham

    Joe Harper
    Steve Archibald

    Subs: Leighton, McKimmie, Buchan, Cooper, Weir, Nicholas, Gillhaus.
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    Not a bad back four either in fairness haha
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    BeforeKeanetherewasRobson Full Member

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    Ahuh, two of them make my AT United XI. It's just that all 3 midfielders (for me) are top and would be a great mix.

    All three have a mix of attacking ability and steel. Keane has more of the latter, Brady more of the former and Giles a perfect balance of both.
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    Yeah, and when you think of the likes of Ronnie Whelan to come off the bench, it would have been some ridiculously brilliant midfield. Our own "Barcelona trio" in green
  19. Nov 8, 2018
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    Barca without the "Guardiola team" players (3-3-1-3)

    Zubizarreta

    Thuram De Boer Koeman

    Guardiola Davids Laudrup

    Ronaldinho

    Rivaldo Ronaldo Romario

    They were all in their primes too. Tell me a better team than that and I'll be shocked.
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    Boban, Modrić and Prosinečki would be deadly together.
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    I think Ballack was underrated for Chelsea too. He was always scapegoated by their fans. You could see how some of the things he does were missing once he left.
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    With this lineup we would have fun.
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    Murder on Zidane's Floor You'd better not kill Giroud

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    Any team with this guy as #9

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    Ajax/Holland

    GK : Edwin Van Der Sar - excellent

    LB : Ruud Krol - Total Football personified
    CH : Ronald Koeman - passing plus strength
    CH : Jaap Stam - strength plus passing
    RB : Wim Suurbier - great wingback

    DM : Frank Rijkaard - GOAT
    CM : Johan Neeskens - brilliant
    AM : Johann Cruyff - genius

    LW : Piet Keizer - before Cruyff there was Keizer
    CF : Marco Van Basten - almost GOAT
    RW : Ruud Gullit - excellent

    Basically a collection of some of the greatest players in every position. When Van der Sar is possibly your weakest player, you know it's some team.

    Subs
    Ronald De Boer
    Danny Blind
    Edgar Davids
    Clarence Seedorf
    Sjaak Swart
    Jari Litmanen
    Ruud
    Dennis Bergkamp

    ..... and that's leaving some excellent players out.

    http://sharemytactics.com/119256/

    (again @Ecstatic ... any idea why link to team doesn't work?)
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  25. Nov 10, 2018

    Ecstatic Full Member

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    When you submit, copy the link below 'post on a discussion forum'!

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