Player Vs. Player

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panchester07
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Post by panchester07 » 06 Jun 2010, 20:12

I vote for Pedro

More goals, and better looking goals, more classy, and the best touch. Scores in big matches and is a great player..

Evra vs Cole
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Post by ReXage » 06 Jun 2010, 21:30

A.Cole

He's a little ahead of Evra in the postion in some ways (my opinion) and scores more goals, hes better upfront more then evra.

Bougherra Vs Onyewu
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Post by panchester07 » 06 Jun 2010, 21:33

CARE TO POST A MATCHUP??? NEVER MIND :evil: :evil: :evil:


Walter Samuel vs John Terry
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Post by ReXage » 06 Jun 2010, 21:35

panchester07 wrote:CARE TO POST A MATCHUP??? NEVER MIND :evil: :evil: :evil:


Walter Samuel vs John Terry
Nooo Bougherra vs Onyewu =)

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Post by ImpossibleIsNothing6 » 03 Jul 2010, 05:40

panchester07 wrote:CARE TO POST A MATCHUP??? NEVER MIND :evil: :evil: :evil:


Walter Samuel vs John Terry
Terry, he is just in a different league IMO, fullstop.

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Post by ImpossibleIsNothing6 » 17 Jul 2010, 01:12

Iniesta vs Xavi. and....
Xavi vs Xabi Alonso

Is it right for me to dislike Iniesta because he tends to dive now? I just hate divers, I use to respect him so much, it's just part of the game i guess - diving that is.
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Post by klc123 » 17 Jul 2010, 12:30

Xavi is better than both in my opinion. Dribbling, short passing, long passing, shooting, headering, I've seen him to everything, he influences the team he is playing so much.

Pedro V Bojan

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Post by ImpossibleIsNothing6 » 20 Jul 2010, 09:37

Xavi better at dribbling? hmm, i disagree as I think Iniesta is better at dribbling, but in another sense the former is better at keeping possesion.protecting the ball.

Drogba/Torres?

Macherano/Alonso?

Barcelona form Ronaldinho/current messi?

These three should get things going....
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Post by mr_dude » 20 Jul 2010, 18:38

To answer klc, I'd say Pedro for the simple fact that he gets more playing time.

Drogba/Torres, based on current form, Drogba. Both at their peak, Torres just edges it in my opinion. Better rounded forward.

Mascherano/Alonso, two totally different players, but in general a team would need Mascherano as a holding midfielder before needing Alonso as a deep lying playmaker.

Ronaldinho/Messi, fantastic question. Ronaldinho had more tools to work with than Messi. Both equally versatile, both fantastic playmakers, maybe Messi is a bit better with his finishing, Ronaldinho has the advantage on set pieces, so I have to give it to him.

Guti (current) vs. Riquelme (current)
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Post by panchester07 » 20 Jul 2010, 19:00

Xavi better at dribbling? hmm, i disagree as I think Iniesta is better at dribbling, but in another sense the former is better at keeping possesion.protecting the ball.
This mate.. Iniesta is such a great dribbler, adds to him as a player, just when you think another pass is coming, bang he beats two and damages the other defense with such ease... Iniesta is better dribbler than Xavi.

Pedro is better than Bojan, he's 3 years older, and i'd say a tad quicker, both really good and similar players.

Messi over Ronaldinho imo.

Guti vs Riquelme, i'd have to give it to Riquelmee for consistency matters. Sometimes Guti decides to play and is just a beast, but other days he dissapears, has bad attitudes, and doesn't play well. Riquelme is wonderful at the middle of the field, and runs the game very well in his own style. Should have stayed in Europe longer imo....

Di Maria (benfica form) vs David Silva (Valencia form)
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Post by 2brown347 » 20 Jul 2010, 19:31

David Silva without a doubt. He's in a better league, plays against better players, and all around is better at everything he does IMO (Keep in mind I know DM is moving to La Liga, but I'm not including this upcoming season obviously)

Silva scores more, assist more, and overall effects the game more. No brainer.

Kun Aguero vs Neymar

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Post by Juice » 20 Jul 2010, 20:19

Kun Aguero is more of an striker than Neymar, his also quick, explosive, a good finisher and good without the ball. Wile Neymar is more of a dribbler in a "10"/wing position, he relays alot on hes speed and dribbling since he only weight around 67kg . His is also a good finisher but I dont think his at the same class as Aguero.


Ashley Cole vs Sergio Ramos

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Post by 2brown347 » 20 Jul 2010, 20:37

A. Cole, without a doubt. Better at every aspect of the game and IMO in a better league. There is a reason R. Madrid wanted to get him and it wasn't just to move S. Ramos inside. Ramos is off and on which isn't a good quality for a defender since being off once can cost the game.

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Post by klc123 » 20 Jul 2010, 20:56

I didn't say that Iniesta wasn't a better dribbler than Xavi.

I was stating that Xavi does everything to an unbelievable standard, maybe not the best in the world in every area, but in every area he is good at, making him a complete player for me. When you factor in that he probably is the best passer in the world at the moment, that just adds to his CV.

Someone else can answer that, I never really watch either of them.

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Post by panchester07 » 21 Jul 2010, 04:59

N'gog, faster and more deadly, younger, stronger, and impacts the game when he comes in significantly, plays in a much higher level league, scores more, no brainer really, .....


Iniesta vs Sneijder
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