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Fifa Footballers Who Prove That Nice Guys Really Do Finish First

Fifa Footballers Who Prove That Nice Guys Really Do Finish First

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Fifa Footballers, usually conjure up images of rough and tough soccer players, fighting it out on the field with brute strength and hard tackles. As it turns out, this stereotype might be inaccurate at least as far as the sport’s top professionals are concerned. When FIFA released its annual list of the best footballers in 2016, several players with clean disciplinary records made it to the top 100 list. Here are some nice guys who prove that being an aggressive player doesn’t necessarily equate to success on the field.

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Fifa Football:

The following players were nominated for the FIFA Ballon d’Or award which recognizes the best player of a given year. The list is in no particular order. A list of notable players not on the list is below:

Luka Modric (Croatian Player)

Sergio Ramos (Spanish Player)

Toni Kroos (German Player)

Mesut Özil (German Player)

Kevin de Bruyne (Belgian Player)

In addition to an excellent group of nominees, there have been some interesting statistics that have come out as well. For starters, there are just 10 nominees who are playing in European leagues which represent only 30% of the talent pool.

 

Lionel Messi:

Lionel Messi is a soccer player from Argentina who plays for the Argentine national team and the Spanish club FC Barcelona.  Is often cited as the best player in the world. He has won five Ballon d’Or awards, four of which he won consecutively, and three European Golden Shoes.  Has played in six FIFA World Cups and helped his team to win two finals; in 2014 he became only the player to score five times in a World Cup final as Argentina beat Germany 6-1 in Brazil. He scored his first international goal at 16 years old in 2005, making him both the youngest Argentine to score internationally, and one of only eight players ever to have scored global goals at 16 or younger.

 

Cristiano Ronaldo is from  Fifa Footballers:

Cristiano Ronaldo is a Portuguese Fifa Footballer. He currently plays for the Italian club Juventus and is the captain of the Portugal national team. Ronaldo became the most expensive player in history when he moved from Manchester United to Real Madrid in 2009.

In 2017, Forbes named Ronaldo the world’s highest-paid athlete. In 2018, they listed him as the world’s best-paid athlete. As of July 2018, Ronaldo has won 22 trophies in his career: five league titles, four UEFA Champions League titles, and one FIFA Club World Cup title with both United and Madrid; he also won one La Liga title and three Copa del Rey titles with Madrid, plus two Supercopa de España titles and two UEFA Super Cups with Barcelona. Internationally, Ronaldo has won 51 caps for Portugal and scored at least 56 goals. He is their all-time top scorer and second-most-capped player ever. His great goal-scoring form began at Euro 2004 against England where he scored twice before coming off injured;

It was here that first showed glimpses of what was to come during his time at the United

 

Neymar is form Fifa Footballers:

Brazilian Fifa Footballers Neymar da Silva Santos Junior, who plays as a forward for Paris Saint Germain in Ligue 1 and captains the Brazil national team, is one of the most gifted players in world football. He has been prolific at the club level with Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona and excelled on the international stage with Brazil. Neymar is only one of two players to have scored in each of the last six World Cups. Furthermore, he was part of the Brazilian squad that won its fifth World Cup title on home soil at this year’s tournament. In 2018, he became the sixth player in history after Ronaldo (2002), Zinedine Zidane (1998), Roberto Carlos (2002 and 2006), Rivaldo (2002), and Lothar Matthäus (1990) to win the FIFA Men’s Player of the Year award twice.

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Conclusion:

The FIFA World Cup is a time when we can all come together. As one to support our favorite football team. We watch in awe as they take on the world and are inspired by their determination, skills, and heart. But there is more to these players than what meets the eye. They’re more than just talented athletes – they’re also some of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet. Check out these soccer stars who prove that nice guys really do finish first!


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