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Post by MrP on Sat Nov 12 2016, 13:51

very nice !!




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Post by mlfaijati on Sun Nov 13 2016, 14:31

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Post by Beninho on Sun Nov 13 2016, 15:40

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Post by Silent on Sun Nov 13 2016, 15:43


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Post by corn on Sun Nov 13 2016, 17:11

Styl - Robin Van Persie



This player is known for his spectacular goals and clinical finishing. Playing for some of the biggest teams in the world, this player is always relied upon to finish the chances created and he does so to devastating effect. This player was known as one of the most polished strikers in his prime as he could shoot from nowhere and the ball still find its way into the back of the net.

Splat - Robbie Keane



This striker is arguably one of the best talents the Republic of Ireland has ever produced. He has played for some of the strongest teams in the world and has been highly rated by some of the best managers in the game. Not only can this player score goals, but he is also a good creator, and his consistency means that you can always expect something from this player each game.

giggs - Mark Noble



This player has proven himself to be loyal to his teams and has proven himself to be a reliable captain. He has proven himself to be very reliable defensively, but can also create from the back and score goals. Has been various cries for him to be called up to the national team due to a perhaps lack of quality players in his position but so far has never played for his country.

Flashin' - Tonny Vilhena



One of the biggest prodigies in the Netherlands, this player has piqued the interest of some of the top teams but has so far yet to make the move. Playing primarily as a midfielder, this player can both create and defend, and big things are expected of him in the future.

Hop - Nigel De Jong



This tough tacking defensive midfielder isn't perhaps looked at in a positive light due to his on the field antics, but he has proved to be one of the best players in his position for his national team and in the league. Defensively sound and scores the odd goal, this player will stop at nothing to ensure that his team wins the match and will put everything into each challenge.

Mad - Wayne Rooney



One of the best players to play for his country in recent years, he has played pretty much every position for both his club team and for his national team and has done so effectively. At his prime, considered world class, he can produce game winning moments from nothing. He has also shown exemplary leadership, being trusted to captain both the national team and his club team and his presence improves the players around him. Even though he is perhaps going through a turbulent time at the moment, judging by his team's league form, the other players still rely on him to produce those moments of class to help win them the game.

A. Tuntija - Jari Litmanen



This player has helped carry the nation of Finland out of obscurity in the game and is one of the few players from his nation to carve out a successful career outside of his homeland. Not only is this player known for his quality on the pitch and his leadership, leading him to captain a successful team, but is also known for his longevity. He's been around forever and still seems to enjoy playing.

Jai - Neville Southall



Arguably the best goalkeeper his national team have produced and one of the best goalkeepers in the world in his prime, he provided a towering presence in the goals during his prime years. Known for his determination to be the best, which could lead him to being controversial at time such as refusing to play for some teams, his undoubted quality saw managers overlook this and in return he helped his teams win some of the biggest trophies available, such as the European Championship. Has also had various spells as a manager.

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Post by Styl on Sun Nov 13 2016, 17:25

Great read!
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Post by Aszy on Sun Nov 13 2016, 17:51

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Re: post here to get your footballing equivalent

Post by Hulk on Sun Nov 13 2016, 18:08

@Aszy wrote:Aszy/Rain

Rain :Abdi Abdirahman


(rare pic of Abdi smiling)

strengths: master of the step over. Doesn't like to pass or shoot or anything, just step over.
Has a hammer head in case any1 chat shit to him.
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Post by Flashin' on Sun Nov 13 2016, 20:01

Thanks corn Very Happy

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Post by B4D 4SS on Sun Nov 13 2016, 20:34

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Re: post here to get your footballing equivalent

Post by corn on Sun Nov 13 2016, 22:49

Hulk - Jamie Vardy



Well it's taken this player a while, a good while to make himself known on the big stage and assert himself as one of the best domestic talents in the league, but it's safe to say now that he is one of the most talented players in his position domestically and whilst perhaps will be used sporadically for the national team, few can discredit the hard work he's put in to get there, coming from very humble beginnings.

Dooms - Joe Cole



This player had huge promise when he first burst onto the scene some years ago but has largely faded away after showing glimpses of his class early on. On his day, this player was among one of the best midfielders for his country and scored many vital goals for his club teams. Has tried various times to make a comeback and reach the level he once was but can't seem to replicate that form that saw him as a regular for the national team.

abi - Frank Lampard



This player has a knack of scoring goals whilst holding his team's line in midfield. He could be deployed as both a forward, showing a poacher's awareness in the box, as well as in the midfield, showing that battle and steel that saw him as one of the most combative and dangerous midfielders in the league. Seems to be winding his career down now.

ven - Ruben Loftus-Cheek



Perhaps one of the biggest young talents of his age, it's still unclear however, whether he will ever make it at the highest level, despite showing a strong willingness to improve and learn from his mentors. This player can play anywhere across the midfield and when he plays, does show genuine talent and a good brain, but perhaps his youth will cost him of getting anywhere near the national team in the near future.

SebastiAn - Claudiu Keseru



This player is a very smart and selfless forward. He is good at finding and creating space and creating chances for his teammates. Has never set the world alight in the upper echelons of the game, but has proven time and time again that he can do a very solid job for most other teams and is coming into his own more now, scoring more goals for his team. Has also played a few times for the national team too.

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Post by Caccapupù on Sun Nov 13 2016, 23:57

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Post by Vakoj on Tue Nov 15 2016, 16:32

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