MrLinky wrote:The fact that Diego Milito isn’t even in the list (not saying he should win it, there have been better players out there, but he surely deserved to be included for his decisive contribution for Inter in the CL) but Asamoah Gyan is, shows you just what direction this event is going. It’s a FIFA award at the end of the day, and despite my personal belief that Sneijder deserves it most, I think a Spaniard will win it. It’s been a World-Cup year and that plays a determining role. Xavi or Iniesta sound like the most probable candidates here.
Anyhow, it’s good to see 5 Bayern players (and 5 German players) in the list. Anything other than that would have been a farce, given the fact that we made the CL-final and had 11 players in the semi-final of the World-Cup.
sch0ll7 wrote:I believe if Germany won the WC...Schweini would get it for sure...everyone saw him playing in CL and recognized him as our most influential player and he most certainly was the machine for the NT.
The Spyware wrote:Digrace
shileno wrote:Maybe 2010 wasn't his best year but, he's the best in the world, no question about it. Better passing than Xavi and Iniesta, maybe not faster but more unpredictible than Robben and Ronaldo, and he was Argentina in the WC.
Now if we talk about a good year, Xavi or Sneijder should have won.
Psychaz wrote:really wanted Xavi to get it, he's done so much for Barcelona over time and gets no credit
shileno wrote:Nope. Quality it's different from quantity. Maybe Iniesta and Xavi work more because they're midfielders but Messi does sick passes, watch the latest matches of Argentina or the 5-0 from Barca to R.Madrid, or if you watched Barca yesterday you know what I'm talking about.
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