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    Hurst and Maldini for me. Taking Hurst over Cruyff, although the latter the better player, Hurst scored when it really counted (ie, against the Germans)
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    Really tough in the first one but I think I have to vote Hurst

    Zidane in the second obv.

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    Hurst, remind me how many winner's medals Cruyff has

    Would have voted Owen over him too FTR as he was responsible for like my three favourite WC moments, as alluded to by Brumby

    Ramsey in the second.

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    Cruyff & Zidane

    Anyone else think that England are ridiculously over-represented in the nominations? Only me? I'll get my coat then

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    Anyone else think that England are ridiculously over-represented in the nominations? Only me? I'll get my coat then
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    will probably be 7 English QFs + Pele at this rate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    will probably be 7 English QFs + Pele at this rate
    Hmmmm. I don't know - 6 Poms, Tim Cahill & Pele I suspect.

    Should have made it so you couldn't nominate your countrymen, then we'd have a more representative sample - still plenty of Poms would be in there. Hurst was really a one-game wonder, for example. Deserves to be in the mix, though.

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    Poms **** off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
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    Hurst and Zidane.

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    Hurst and Maldini

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