Top 10 Greatest Soccer Players Ever

The best soccer players of all time, the top 10 greatest footballers ever

In the debate of who is the greatest soccer player of all time, there are a few names that come up over and over. The likes of Lionel Messi, Pele and Diego Maradona are constantly being mentioned alongside Cristiano Ronaldo as the best players in football history.

But let’s take a look at some other entries on our list of top 10 greatest soccer players ever. We know you will have your own opinion on who the best ever footballer is, but hear us out first!

The following players were considered for this list:

Lionel Messi (Argentina)

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)

Diego Maradona (Argentina)

Pele (Brazil)

Zinedine Zidane (France)

Ronaldinho (Brazil)

Franz Beckenbauer (Germany)

Alfredo Di Stefano (Argentina/Spain)

Johan Cruyff (Netherlands)

Michel Platini (France)

Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, with hundreds of millions of fans in almost every country. It’s also one of the oldest sports, going back over 3,000 years. Over time, as the sport evolved and spread to different countries, dozens of great players emerged. Top 10 Greatest Soccer Players Ever ranks the best of these athletes and takes a look at their lives and careers.

The list below is based on a combination of personal opinion and popularity. To be considered for the list, a player must have been retired for at least 5 years or be over 30 years old. A player’s impact on the game was also considered.

This page is dedicated to the top 10 greatest soccer players of all time. A player makes this list for two main reasons: their individual ability and their achievements as part of a team.

1. Pele

No one can dispute that Pele is the greatest soccer player of all time. He was an incredibly successful player for Santos, New York Cosmos and the Brazilian national team. Over 1,000 career goals in official and friendly matches is an incredible achievement, no matter how much he played or the quality of opposition.

2. Diego Maradona

He led Argentina to victory in the 1986 World Cup, and many people feel that he was responsible for winning the competition single-handedly; not bad when you consider that this is probably one of the best ever World Cup tournaments to date. Although his drug problems have tainted his image, there can be no denying that he was a great player on the field.

3. Alfredo di Stefano

Alfredo di Stefano was the star player during Real Madrid’s domination of European football during the 1950s – they won 5 consecutive European Cups between 1956 and 1960 with Di Stefano scoring in all five finals. He also scored more than 300 league goals for Real Madrid between 1953 and 1964; a phenomenal achievement for

10. Romario “The Baixinho”

Romario is the only player in history to score 1000 goals. The Brazilian’s career spanned 21 years, and he has scored 772 goals in 863 official matches. He made his professional debut in 1985 at age 17 with Vasco da Gama, winning the Rio State League that same year. Romario transferred to PSV Eindhoven in 1988 and led the Dutch side to the 1989 European Cup title. He also played for Barcelona, Valencia, Flamengo and Fluminense. Romario won the 1989 Dutch league title with PSV, three Spanish league titles with Barcelona, two World Club titles with Barcelona, five Rio state titles with Vasco da Gama and Flamengo, a Brazilian national championship with Fluminense and four Copa Libertadores (1989, 1992 and 1993). He was named FIFA World Player of the Year in 1994 after helping Brazil win their fourth World Cup title. In 1999, he was elected Athlete of the Century by the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Committee.

You can learn a lot about soccer by playing it, and more still by watching it. But the best way to understand soccer is probably by reading about it. For that reason, I’ve put together a list of what I think are the ten best books ever written about soccer.

The first five are books I have read, and the second five are ones I plan to read. In both cases, there were many other books that could have filled out the list; these are just the ones that came to mind for me. If you think I’ve left out something great, or would like to recommend a book for me to read, please mention it in the comments.

The game of soccer has evolved a lot over the years. Some of the rules and regulations have been changed, but in general, it is still the same sport it always was. The game consists of two teams that have eleven players on the field at one time. The field is made up of grass, or artificial turf in some cases, and there is a goal at each end. The objective of soccer is to get the ball into the other team’s goal by using any part of the body except for the hands and arms.

Soccer is a very popular sport played all over the world. Many people love playing and watching this game and that even includes me. And since I love soccer so much, I thought that I would share my knowledge on the game with everyone by writing about it. So I hope you find this article interesting and I hope that you learn something new from reading it!

With a little over a week to go, the top four teams in the league are separated by only three points. The top two teams, Napoli and Juventus, have each won 22 of their 30 games. Inter Milan and Roma are not far behind with 21 wins each.

Sitting at the bottom of the table with only 6 wins for the season is Pescara. Their last win came on February 1st when they beat Palermo 2-1. Since then they have lost 9 straight games. They are set to take on Napoli this Sunday in the hopes of breaking their losing streak.

Pescara’s poor performance this season has been attributed to their inability to score goals. They have scored less than a goal per game so far this season, with a total of 27 goals scored in 31 games played. Their leading scorer is veteran forward Vladimor Weiss with five goals. In comparison, Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain has scored 24 goals so far this season, while Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has scored 12 times from midfield.

If Pescara finds themselves at the bottom of the league at the end of the season they will be relegated to Serie B and replaced by the winner of Serie B next year.

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