Discussion in 'Pure Football' started by NyronNyron, May 20, 2011.
Is this level they are playing now or level they have achieved in any of the years they have played in the PL
Tough one, there's so many more players of around the same ability than just 3 IMO, but anyway:
1) Rooney (on form)
3) Yaya Toure
Based on this season
2. Yaya Toure
Based on their overall career
You are thinking of Viera
Defo not Drogba.
Good shout. Immense at the mo and looking like Viera in his pomp.
Dont get the Zola love-in
I don't think you get the meaning of 'current' PL players either
Rooney is a confusing player to make a case for: the first half of the season was considered a wipe out for him - not many goals, poor touch and visibly devoid of energy or interest in lots of games.
Even in his best performances he's been out of sorts for large parts of each game: v Man City standing around nearly all game looking lost and confused like an old woman in a nightclub (mind you, I bet he likes that image). Then all of a sudden coming up with a (training ground style) wonder goal out of nowhere.
I still think he's gone backwards over the last 2 years...he only seems to be able to play in bursts these days, which probably explains why Ferguson won't sub him: at some point over 90 mins he'll come good. If only for 10 mins.
A hat-trick against a Hammers defence that kept passing the ball to the Man U midfield is no sign of greatness either. Yes despite all of that he has a lot of assists this season and has racked up the goals since the turn of the year.
On balance I go for:
2nd Van Der Sar
3rd Ya Ya Toure
Can't believe that Vidic isn't mentioned more, United are a different proposition with him in the side.
Didnt see it.
1. Robin Van Persie
2. Toure Yaya
3. David Silva
I'm surprised Kompany hasn't been mentioned. Maybe not in the top 3 but he's a great player.
Current = Playing now and I decided on my 3 by the players who when at their best / on form are the best
Well theres why then
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