Batistuta. He's too cool not to vote for.
Big Den currently leads Batigol by 10-4 & Peru's finest holds an 8-2 advantage over the scourge of Eire. Both ties remain open.
I won't be able to get online for a couple of days so will put up next two days' worth of battles; will all remain open until I'm next on. 11 & 14 corkers, IMHO.
Paolo Rossi (Italy)
World Cups: 3 (1978, 1982, 1986*)
World Cup Apperances: 14
World Cup Goals: 9
Best Performance: Winner in 1982
Noteable for: Returning (early) from a ban for match fixing to inspire Italy to the 82 crown with six goal, including a hat-trick versus Brazil.
*unused squad member
Michel Platini (France)
World Cups: 3 (1978, 1982, 1986)
Best: Semi-Finalist in 1982 & 1986
Noteable for: Twice leading France to semi-final defeats to West Germany.
Carlos Valderrama (Colombia)
World Cups: 3 (1990, 1994, 1998)
Best: Second Round in 1990
Noteable for: The haircut and never quite living up to pre-tournament hype.
Andres Escobar (Colombia)
World Cups: 2 (1990, 1994)
Best: Second Round in 1990.
Noteable for: An own goal against The US with tragic consequences.
Gordon Banks (England)
World Cups: 2 (1966, 1970)
Clean Sheets: 6
Best: Winner in 1966
Noteable for: Being the last line of defence in 1966 and arguably the greatest save ever.
Mark Van Bommel (The Netherlands)
World Cups: 1 (2006)
Best: Second Round in 2006.
Noteable for: Anchoring the Dutch in 2006 in an impressively combative manner.
Jurgen Klinsmann (West Germany/Germany)
World Cups: 3 (1990, 1994, 1998)
Best: Winner in 1990
Noteable for: The goals that took Germany all the way in 1990 and a tendency to go to ground a wee bit easily.
Johan Neeskens (The Netherlands)
World Cups: 2 (1974, 1978)
Best: Runner-Up in 1974 & 1978.
Noteable for: An amazing technique and giving the Dutch a short lived lead in the 74 final.
- As featured in The Independent.
"Predictably, the ending of his international career did not end the argument about Pietersen's merits, as an army of informed commentators and Piers Morgan weighed in to defend or attack him."
- The Guardian's Andrew Anthony
Bergkamp and Cubillas and Rossi and Escobar and Bommel and Klinsmann
Hope i got that rite
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Bergkamp and -100 chief cheateur.
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Platini, Escobar, Banks and, reluctantly, Klinsmann.
Last edited by Uppercut; 22-04-2010 at 06:19 AM. Reason: sp
Rossi, Escobar, Banks, Neeskens
Messi scores on the rebound.
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Anyone want to join the Society?
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Platini, Valderrama, Banks, Neeskens
blimey looks like the cheat/goal-scav may beat one of the most gifted footballers ever, ho-hum.
Last edited by grecian; 22-04-2010 at 09:59 AM.
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