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CIES Football Observatory Rankings

Postby MUTU » Sun Jan 12, 2014 10:34 am

The CIES Football Observatory has released its rankings for the top 5 leagues in the season so far:

Best striker:
  1. Luis Suárez
  2. Cristiano Ronaldo
  3. Neymar

Best offensive midfielder:
  1. Franck Ribéry
  2. James Rodríguez
  3. Miralem Pjanić

Best central/defensive midfielder:
  1. Marco Verratti
  2. Gabi Fernández
  3. Arturo Vidal
(Lahm was first in Germany)

Best fullback:
  1. David Alaba
  2. Douglas Maicon
  3. Layvin Kurzawa

Best central defender:
  1. Giorgio Chiellini
  2. Dante
  3. Leandro Castán
 [source]


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Re: CIES Football Observatory Rankings

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Re: CIES Football Observatory Rankings

Postby JANCKER » Fri Dec 30, 2016 2:37 pm

CIES study shows that the Bundesliga have the most talents [SPORTBILD]

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1. Alban Lafont
2. Julian Brandt
2. Vincent Koziello
4. Timo Werner
5. Maximilian Philipp
6. Corentin Tolisso
7. Gianluigi Donnarumma
8. Kylian Mbappé
9. Nadiem Amiri
10. Mariusz Stepinski
11. Levin Öztunali
12. Max Meyer
13. Andreas Pereira
14. Theo Hernandez
15. Christian Pulisic
16. Dele Alli
17. Andreas Christensen
18. Franck Kessié
19. Divock Origi
20. Paul Seguin


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Re: CIES Football Observatory Rankings

Postby RedQueen » Tue Sep 19, 2017 6:39 pm

Manchester City invested a record value of €853 million in transfer fees to assemble its current squad. This value is €850 million for Paris St-Germain and €784 million for previous record holder Manchester United. The data for all big-5 league teams is available in issue number 194 of the CIES Football Observatory Weekly Post.

Manchester City’s total transfer fee expenditure to make up its squad went up by €242m compared to September 2016. The increase was even stronger for Paris St-Germain: +€395m (including the €180m investment for Mbappé). The figure for Manchester United is “only” €66m higher than one year ago, while that of Champions League winners Real Madrid went down by €138m.

Full list here: http://www.football-observatory.com/IMG ... 17/194/en/

Spanish CL participants (in million EUR):
Barcelona 628
Real Madrid 497
Atletico 231
Sevilla 154

English CL participants:
ManCity 853
ManUtd 784
Chelsea 644
Liverpool 437
Tottenham 361

German CL participants:
Bayern 350
Dortmund 275
Leipzig 119

Italian CL participants:
Juventus 470
Roma 276
Napoli 240

French CL participants:
PSG 850 (incl. Mbappe-Transfer)
Monaco 293
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Re: CIES Football Observatory Rankings

Postby RedQueen » Tue Sep 19, 2017 6:39 pm

Issue number 195 of the CIES Football Observatory Weekly Post ranks top division clubs from 31 European associations according to the average age of line-ups fielded since the start of the current season. The lowest figure overall was recorded for the Ukrainian side Stal Kamianske (21.7 years), while the youngest team at big-5 league level so far is LOSC Lille (22.9 years).

In the top five positions of the rankings also are NAC Breda, Lokomotiva Zagreb, AS Trenčín and FC Nordsjælland. Fifteen clubs from the five major European leagues are in the top 100: seven from Bundesliga (Leipzig, Leverkusen, Freiburg, Wolfsburg, Stuttgart, Hamburg and Köln), six from Ligue 1 (Lille, Rennes, Toulouse, Bordeaux, St-Etienne and Lyon), one from Italy (Milan) and one from Spain (Valencia).

The youngest English Premier League team, Newcastle United, is only ranked 113th out of the 466 clubs included in the analysis.


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