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    I thought Ji-Sung Park was a left sided player?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie
    anyway fellas how does look for a randon Rest of the World side outside Europe/Africa/South America.

    FORMATION: 4-4-2

    GK – Mark Schwarzer
    RB – Lucas Neil
    LB – Lee Young-Pyo
    CB – Craig Moore
    CB – Rafael Marquez* - Captain
    LM – Shunsuke Nakumara
    RM – Ji-Sung Park
    RCM – Ali Kirami
    LCM – Yossi Benayoun
    LF – Harry Kewell
    RF – Franciso Fonseca
    That's the softest midfield I've ever seen, it needs Australia's best player and Parma captain Vince Grella to stiffen it up.

    Australico:

    ----------------Sanchez--------------------

    Neill---Marquez---Nelsen---Salcidio

    ------------------Grella-----------------------

    Mahdivikia----Bresciano---Nakamura

    -----------Cahill--------------------------------
    ------------------------Fonseca--------------

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    And Marquez could be pushed up into midfield as well.

    Would Brett Emerton be on the bench?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Great Birtannia
    That's the softest midfield I've ever seen, it needs Australia's best player and Parma captain Vince Grella to stiffen it up.

    Australico:

    ----------------Sanchez--------------------

    Neill---Marquez---Nelsen---Salcidio

    ------------------Grella-----------------------

    Mahdivikia----Bresciano---Nakamura

    -----------Cahill--------------------------------
    ------------------------Fonseca--------------
    looks better than mine for sure, but i would have Moore instead of Nelsen at the back & maybe Park instead of Mahdivika.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig
    I thought Ji-Sung Park was a left sided player?
    not too sure, but he has played on both wings for United when he comes on as a sub or plays the full 90.
    Last edited by aussie; 28-11-2006 at 09:24 PM.

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    Yes he plays on both wings. Not sure which one he's best on though.
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    i figure the right, i remember watching a CL game when he was playing for PSV vs AC Milan & he was a train on the right wing giving Jankulokski headache..

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    Think this thread can dow with an update:

    EUROPE: 4-2-4

    -------------------------------------------------------------BUFFON------------------------------------

    ZAMBROTTA--------------FERDINAND----------CANNAVARO------JANKULOVSKI

    -----------------------------------------------VIEIRA----------------PIRLO----------------------------

    RONALDO---------------------------------------------------------------------------------ROBBEN

    ----------------------------------------TORRES-------------VAN NISTLEROOY----------------

    SUBS: Casillias, Ramos, Carvalho, Terry, Guttuso, Xavi, Ribery, Gerrard, Henry.



    SOUTH AMERICA: 4-1-2-3

    ---------------------------------------------ABBODANZIERI-----------------------------------------

    ZANETTI-------------------------LUCIO--------------------MILITO----------CORDOBA

    -----------------------------------------------MASCHERANO----------------------------------------

    --------------------------KAKA-----------------------------------RIQUELME------------------------

    MESSI-------------------------------------------------------------------------------RONALDINHO

    -------------------------------------------------SANTA CRUZ------------------------------------------

    SUBS: Julio Cesar, Alex, Daniel Alves, Gabrielle Heinze, Juninho, Fernando Gago, Robinho, Tevez.

    AFRICA: 4-3-3

    --------------------------------------------------------EL HADARY------------------------------------

    EBOUE---------------------------KTOURE-----------------YOBO------------------MENSAH

    ----------------------------------------------------------Y TOURE--------------------------------------

    ------------------------------ESSEIN------------------------------------DIARRA---------------------

    ETO'O----------------------------------------DROGBA---------------------------------MARTINS

    SUBS: Carlos Karemi, Chris Samba, Taye Taiwo, Geremi, Stephen Appiah, Sulley Muntari, Saloman Kalou, Emmanuel Adebayour.
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    Hmmm, this would all be very interesting if it wasn't pointless.

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    As strikers go, Aguero>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Tevez>Santa Cruz IMO. Also refuse to believe jankulovski's the best LB around. Still, did a better job than i could have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    As strikers go, Aguero>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Tevez>Santa Cruz IMO.
    Have only seen Aguero once againts liverpool the other day, so i can't really judge him totally. But even if he is better the gap can't be all that big?

    I put Santa Cruz in because i basically wanted an inform target man to lead the line. Since Crespo is past it & Adriano has been out of form for ages..

    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    Also refuse to believe jankulovski's the best LB around. Still, did a better job than i could have.
    The best is probably Zambrotta i'd say. But he is brillaint at RB too. So i chose Jankulovksi, Chivu was another option as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Hmmm, this would all be very interesting if it wasn't pointless.
    Ha, so when in cricket chat, threads of world XI's of current & past players are done, is that pointless too?

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    Anelka on the bench ahead of Henry IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    As strikers go, Aguero>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Tevez>Santa Cruz IMO. Also refuse to believe jankulovski's the best LB around. Still, did a better job than i could have.
    DWTA, Tevez is woefully out of form atm, but people have forgotten remarkably quickly that he was far and away our best attacking player at the start of this season, plus of course he wasn't bad before either.

    If push came to shove I'd have Aguero before Tevez, but the gap isn't massive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie View Post
    Ha, so when in cricket chat, threads of world XI's of current & past players are done, is that pointless too?
    Was only pulling your leg matey.

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