We’ve passed the final turn and the finishing line is in sight. Finishing third place in this year’s Top 50 is without doubt one of best players of the last ten years – Xavi Hernandez.
Archive for the ‘Top 50’ Category
We’ve finally reached the top ten of the best players in the world. Who makes the list?
In part four of the Top 50 Players in the World, there are three Brazilians, three Manchester-based players and a controversial Uruguayan on Merseyside.
Part three counts down from 30 to 21, where we get some more Spanish influence, a couple of Premier League players and a highly rated young Belgian.
In part two of the Top 50, we count down from 40 to 31. Today we feature four Barcelona players, two Real Madrid strikers and a Welsh winger.
To kick-off 2011’s Top 50 players in the world, we feature a few Bundesliga players, an English goalkeeper and a Brazilian superhero.
We’ve got a confession to make. Having spent hours totting up votes and allocating points to players we were certain that every player had been accounted for. Unfortunatley that wasn’t the case as one big name slipped through the cracks. While we won’t be applying for an accreditation at Arsenal any time soon for now let’s talk about Cesc…
Lionel Messi – the greatest player of 2010.
We’re down to the final two in our Top 50, and in second spot is one of the most decorated and reliable players in world football. BPF editor Neil Sherwin looks at Xavi Hernandez who in 2010 added the World Cup and another La Liga medal to his impressive array of honours.
Number three in our list of the Top 50 Players in the World is treble a winning midfielder, who only added a World Cup final to his list of 2010 accomplishments last summer. Our Italian blogger Richard Chambers tells us about the phenomenal year had by Wesley Sneijder.