10. Javier Saviola Javier Saviola could have been one of the world’s best players, but he failed to reach his true potential. The diminutive Argentine forward was widely regarded as one of the most promising players in the early 2000s. In 2001, he joined Barcelona for a £15 million fee. El Conejo(The Rabbit) is known ..
Goalkeeper: Gianluigi Buffon, £32.6 million During the late 1990s and early 2000s, Parma had some of the most promising players in their roster; Gianluigi Buffon was one of them. The Italian goalkeeper was only 19-years-old at the time, but he had already shown what he was made of. Juventus were keen on signing a young ..
Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer During his Barcelona tenure, Pep Guardiola worked with Spanish goalkeeper Victor Valdes. In four years, Guardiola won 14 trophies. Victor Valdes was a decent keeper, mind you. But he has never been among the world’s best, despite his efforts. Manuel Neuer, the Bayern Munich sweeper- keeper, is the epitome of the modern ..
10. Celtic Park, 1892 Football is like religion in Scotland; dare to bash another team and you’re in trouble. Celtic is the most successful Scottish club. The Glasgow-based team plays at Celtic Park, the legendary stadium built way back in 1892. The original stadium had a capacity of almost 40,000. Celtic Park had an elongated ..
10. Sandro It might seem like a piece of cake, but medicals in world football can be quite a headache. Brazil midfielder Sandro joined Queens Park Rangers in 2014, but he couldn’t be of much help. The Hoops were relegated at the end of the 2014/15 season. The 27-year-old failed a medical earlier in June; ..
15. Simone Scuffet, Udinese Italy has never failed to produce brilliant goalkeepers. Simon Scuffet, the 20-year-old Italian goalkeeper, is a player you could sign on FIFA 17 Career mode. In 2014,the young keeper waslinked with a move to Atletico Madrid but nothing came out of it. He was once compared to Italy and Juventus legend ..
10. Philippe Coutinho Brazilian attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho is the only Liverpool player to feature on this list. In fact, the 24-year-old has emerged as the most popular player among Liverpool fans last season. Ever since he joined the Merseyside club in 2013, Coutinho has become a firm favorite at Anfield Road. He was Liverpool’s ..
Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer, £38.25 million Manuel Neuer has taken goalkeeping to a whole new level. The 30-year-old is not just a shot-stopper: he is also a sweeper-keeper. Neuer is widely regarded as one of theworld’s best goalkeepers, and rightly so. He has it all: maturity, ability to play with both feet, calmness and an uncanny ..
10 – Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero They are best friends now, but Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero had no idea who Lionel Messi was the first time they met. In his autobiographical book “Born to Rise”, Aguero revealed that he first met Messi in 2005, in a match for Argentina Under-17. They have failed ..
10 – Rangers Yes, you read that right. The legendary Scottish club was handed a 12-month transfer ban by Scottish FA in 2012, following allegations over tax evasion and illegally bringing in players. Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte is banned from life; he can’t be involved in the Sottish football in any form whatsoever.The Scottish club ..