Lionel Messi & Didier Drogba

Lionel Andrés Messi (born 24 June 1987) is an Argentine footballer who plays in La Liga for FC Barcelona and captains the Argentina national team, mainly as a forward. Didier Yves Drogba Tébily (born 11 March 1978) is an Ivorian footballer who plays in the centre forward position. 5.0/5

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The Arsenal XI that COULD have been, featuring Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Didier Drogba
Turkish Airlines release new advert featuring Lionel Messi and Didier Drogba
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Turkish Airlines just debuted their newest commercial and this time football superstars Lionel Messi and Didier Drogba race to find the most delicious food on the planet. The two are flying around the world in search of epic food experiences, with Turkish Airlines, "who fly to more flavours than any other airline". Video from Turkish Airlines
Lionel Messi and Didier Drogba try to outwit each other in new advert  [Daily Mail]
Chelsea's Didier Drogba goes around the world eating in notable restaurants and sampling delicious foods, only to find that Barcelona's Lionel Messi has been there...
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Liverpool will never Forget Steven Gerrard. Man utd will never forget Ryan Giggs. Chelsea will never forget Didier Drogba. Tottenham will never forget Gareth Bale. Barcelona will never forget Lionel Messi. Real Madrid will never forget C.Ronaldo. Juventus will never forget Andrea Pirlo. Inter Milan will never forget Diego Millito. will never forget .??
TOP 10 HIGHEST PAID FOOTBALLERS Last updated on April 11, 2014 According to recent reports, Lionel Messi is set to sign a new long-term contract with Barcelona, which is said to be worth an estimated £37m per year. A deal that will make him the world’s best paid footballer. So with this in mind, we have put together a list of the top 10 highest paid footballers, based on their net income. So let the list begin: 10. Neymar – Barcelona – £5.8 million-a-year Despite the saga surrounding the transfer of Brazilian Wonderkid, Naymar, the 21-year old still completed his move from Santos to Barcelona. Although the exact salary that Neymar receives from Barcelona is still being investigated by Spanish authorities, you can rest assured, it will be a luxurious one. 9. Didier Drogba – Galatasaray – £6.38m-a-year Shortly after tasting Champions League glory with Chelsea, Drogba made the surprise switch the Turkish giants, via an ill-advised transfer to the Super Lig. Despite taking a wage-cut, Drogba stil ...
Cristiano Ronaldo beats Didier Drogba and Lionel Messi to be voted fittest player in the World Cup. (TheHealthSite) htt…
2014 FIFA World Cup...:) Given the team line-ups and the way the 8 Groups have been drawn, this edition of the marquee sporting event should see some cracking football. While football-crazy Brazilians have reasons to believe that the Selacao will lift the World Cup for a record 6th time, there are several teams that could rain on the Brazilian party. "South American" teams in the fray are expected to perform well in familiar conditions. With the likes of Neymar, Oscar, Marcelo and Daniel Alves, BRAZIL are clearly the leaders of the pack. However, watch out for ARGENTINA and URUGUAY. The former can count on the services of Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and Gonzalo Higuain, while the latter with Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani and Diego Forlan will pose problems for opponents. Among the "African" teams, Didier Drogba will look to lift Ivory Coast one last time, while GHANA will try to repeat their 2010 run to the quarterfinals, although that looks tough. Among the "European" teams, GERMANY certainly have the fire ...
Having sobbed up from the warriors disappointment yesterday, I got to reflecting on the real issues in our football. We are still very far off from being a real football nation. Yes we are a football loving nation but not a football playing nation. Imagine that we can lose against low ranking nations like Tanzania, then picture this. let us say we had progressed by the grace of God and are thrust in a group comprising of Ivory Coast or Ghana. who would contain Yaya Toure and Didier Drogba? who would contain Andre Dede Ayew, Kevin Prince Boatang or Sully Muntari? Imagine that we somehow go to the World Cup and come face to face with Lionel Messi, Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Arjen Robben or Bastian Sweinteiger or Neymar? Let us just sit down.
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The 7 richest footballers to play in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.1. Cristiano Ronaldo - Portugal 2. Lionel Messi- Argentina 3. Wayne Rooney - England 4. Sergio Aguero - Argentina 5. Didier Drogba – Ivory Coast 6. Yaya ToureIvory Coast 7. Neymar – Brazil Neymar-Brazil Widely touted as the player on whose shoulders the hope and aspirations of millions of Brazilians rest in the 2014 World Cup, which incidentally is hosted on home soil. The star footballer who cost Spanish giant Barcelona young star €57 million in transfer fees, he is also one of the richest footballer in the planet. Neymar earn an annual salary of $10.5million and another $10million from commercial endorsements from leading brands. 7. Neymar – Brazil
Not sure what Arsenal were complaining about, stopping Didier Drogba and Lionel Messi from scoring is not impossible
Most hated footballers in the world News, Sports December 8, 2013 This is collection of the world’s most hated football players according to the Teens Digest website. 10 Antonio Cassano Antonio Cassano was quoted in an interview with the Guardian as saying: *** in the national team? That’s their business. But I hope not.” Considering the sensitive nature of homosexuality in sport, and the growing emphasis on accepting it, Cassano attracted a lot of scrutiny for his words. Many have not forgiven him for them. 9 Cristiano Ronaldo It is often the case that the most talented athletes are the most hated. The Real Madrid star has a big personality and some perceive him as having an air of arrogance that makes him unlikable. He has also been quite theatrical on the pitch in the past. Hard-core Lionel Messi fans also have a strong disliking for Ronaldo, mainly due to their battle to be named as the best in the world. 8 Didier Drogba Over the years, Didier Drogba built up as strong a reputation for his .. ...
The Real Madrid and Barcelona stars have been joined by a number of high-profile attacking names, including fellow Liga forwards Neymar and Diego Costa Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are the lead nominees on Fifa's World XI shortlist, with 13 other forward players, including Paris Saint- Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic also nominated. Ronaldo and Messi are two of four players named hailing from La Liga, with Diego Costa and Neymar plying their trade in Spain's top flight with Atletico Madrid and Barcelona respectively. Luis Suarez, Robin Van Persie, Sergio Aguero and Wayne Rooney represent the Premier League, while Mario Mandzukic and Robert Lewandowski are the two Bundesliga stars making the 15-man shortlist. Paris Saint-Germain duo Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Edinson Cavani defend Ligue 1's honour alongside Monaco striker Radamel Falcao, while Mario Balotelli is Serie A's sole representative. Cote d'Ivoire international Didier Drogba, meanwhile, is the only candidate who does not play in one of Europe ...
TOP 10 HIGHEST PAID FOOTBALLERS Posted on April 19, 2013 in Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Football Boots, Football News, Lionel Messi, Ronaldinho, Thierry Henry, Wayne Rooney A year characterised by more stringent spending (by even the world’s most affluent clubs), unexpected transfers and a sponsorship hangover from the titanic London 2012 Olympics and Euro 2012 tournaments, we weren’t sure what to expect from the the list of the world’s highest-paid footballers in 2012-2013. As it happens, it’s a mix of big returns, a big debut and some seriously big money making it’s way into the deals of the three biggest players on the planet. Read on to see who made the cut… 10. Didier Drogba (Galatasary / Ivory Coast) £11.6m Didier Drogba with his SUnset Nike Mercurial Vapor IX for ACoN 2013 We’ve got unashamed amounts of love for ‘The Drog’, and we’re pleased as punch to see him crack the top ten for the first time in has carrer. A big money move to China saw the Champions League winner c ...
Q. Mention the odd man out -. 1 Didier Drogba. 2 Oliver Kahn. 3 Lionel Messi. 4 Cristiano Ronaldo.
Even dough life's defenders ar proving to be as tough as David Alaba wt so many over-laps and counter attacks towards,i must alwz try to set my goals lik Lionel Messi so dat i can celebrate wt flying wings lik Didier Drogba by d time i achieve dem coz i knw dat wt God d special 1 alwz by my side to guide me lik mourinho,evry Ferguson in my life must resign wt fear so dat dere wl never be a case of trophy drought in my life lik dat of Arsenal bt rada,treble blessings must alwz follow me every month as in d case of current Bayern Munich.o lord my God,deliver me lik u delivered ur sons(Nasri,Fabregas,Clichy,kolo toure,Song,and Van Persie) so dat i may knw wat it feels lik to celebrate wt odas and finally rediscover my worth and knw hw it feels to earn fat wages wt Rooney as in d case of Van Persie.dis and many more i ask through christ my lord.
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Latest EPL News & Transfer Update: - Manchester United target Asmir Begovic claims he expects to be sold by Stoke to a "top club" in the summer. - Fabricio Coloccini has admitted that he came within hours of "walking out" on Newcastle. - Pepe Reina has dismissed talk that he wants to leave Anfield, claiming that he wants to see out the remaining three years of his Liverpool contract. - Former Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink - now at Anzhi Makhachkala - is ready to end Florent Malouda's Stamford Bridge exile. - Showing a bewildering lack of curiosity about life elsewhere than the Camp Nou, little Lionel Messi will formally sign his new Barcelona contract this week. - Manchester City and Chelsea target Falcao has been told he is free to leave Atletico Madrid this summer, news which will spark a scramble for his services among Europe's top clubs. - Long-term Liverpool target Seydou Keita has revealed he is enjoying life after his summer move to China and will not be following Didier Drogba back to Europe. - talkSP ...
Lionel Messi has won his fourth Ballon d’Or title, scooping the prestigious individual award over runner-up Cristiano Ronaldo and third-place team-mate Andres Iniesta. DON'T MISS Radamel Falcao finished up in fifth, behind another Barcelona stalwart, Xavi, while Iker Casillas came in at sixth. Andrea Pirlo, Didier Drogba, Robin Van Persie and Zlatan Ibrahimovic made up a star-studded final top 10 for the calendar year of 2012. After the awards ceremony, Fifa has released an intriguing list of the full votes for the award, which is decided based on decisions made by international coaches, captains and a selection of media representatives from each member nation. The voting list reveals some decisions that would raise few eyebrows, but other ones that can be considered as particularly surprising. In England’s votes, both manager Roy Hodgson and captain Steven Gerrard voted for the brilliant Messi as their winner, with Ronaldo in second. They differed with their decisions for third-place, though, as the ...
- 30 moments that marked the 2012th year - our favorites (chronological review) First Thierry Henry returned to Arsenal and scored against Leeds [09/01/2012] Second Messi won the third consecutive Golden Ball [10/01/2012] 3rd Zambia won the African Cup of Nations for the first time in history [02/10/2012] 4th Athletic Bilbao beat Manchester United at home and away in the Europa League [8.3. & 15.3.2012] 5th Eric Abidal successfully underwent surgery [04/10/2012] 6th Sergio Ramos and Lionel Messi missed a crucial penalty in the Champions League semi-final [17.4 & 24.4] 7th Cristiano Ronaldo scored the winning goal in the Nou Camp [4/22/2012] 8th Chelsea kicked Barca & Bayern won the final, thus winning the Champions League [24.4. & 19.5.2012] 9th Guardiola admitted he leaves Barca [27.04.2012] 10th Sergio Aguero scored the title in England against QPR in the last minute of the game [5/13/2012] 11th Juventus won a record 30th Scudetto unbeaten [13/05/2012] 12th Didier Drogba scored the winning goal from the ...
World Football News Update 1. Real Madrid have begun "initial talks" with Tottenham over the transfer of Gareth Bale,according to Spanish newspaper Marca. 2. Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has admitted he is wary of the threat posed by Juventus in the Champions League. Goal.com 3. Marcello Lippi believes Didier Drogba would be a huge asset to AC Milan, should they consider a move for the striker. 4. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he still retains an interest in a loan move for striker Thierry Henry. 5. Anzhi Makhachkala have rubbished rumours linking them with a staggering €250 million bid for Barcelona star Lionel Messi. 6. Manchester United are to make a new £15m bid for Everton's 28 year-old left-back Leighton Baines, who is also thought to be wanted by Chelsea and Paris St Germain. Daily Mail 7. Chelsea are considering a £16m move for Sevilla's Spain striker Alvaro Negredo, 27. 8. Arsenal are still chasing Rennes midfielder Yann M'Vila, 22, despite a deal collapsing in the summer ...
Top 10 most unlucky players you know: 1. Teko Modise, Sundowns; He never wins trophies. 2. Arjen Robben, Bayern; He always misses out on major titles. 3. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, He missed out on the UCL 3 times. 4. Steven Gerrard, Liverpool; He has the same number of EPL winners medal as my girlfriend, 0. 5. Cristiano Ronaldo, Madrid; He's unfortunate to be living in the same era as Messi, he will never win another Ballon Di'or. 6. Fernando Torres, Chelsea; Even if there was no goalie he'd still fail to score. 7. Didier Drogba, Still no Afcon winners medal for him despite him being a great striker. 8. Mara Moloi, MCC; No matter how good he is, he is never given a chance with Zebras. 9. Lionel Messi, FCB; No matter what he does at Barca people will always rank him lower than Pele because he never won the WC. 10. Luis Suarez, LFC; No matter how many times he gets fouled in the box we never get a penalty. The day Suarez gets a penalty we're making a party. Mr Ed
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Declared the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) on Thursday for the selection of Argentine players Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero and Colombian Radamel Falcao Garcia and Brazilian Neymar da Silva to compete for the offensive line centers in the squad idealism (the world team) for the year 2012. Also included the list announced by FIFA today, in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil, to compete for the centers offensive line both Luis Suarez and إدينسون Cavani pecking Uruguay and Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Italian Mario Balotelli and Karim Benzema and Didier Drogba and Samuel Eto'o and England's Wayne Rooney and German Mario Gomez and Robin Van Persie. The former Brazil striker Ronaldo, winner of the Golden Ball award for the best player in the world on two previous occasions, "the list is not complete lack any prominent player. Existing fair." FIFA announced the lists of candidates to the Centers for Goalkeepers and center-line of defense in perfect formation ...
Didier Drogba © Action Images Drogba asks Fifa for permission to move 21 November 2012, 13:52 Didier Drogba has asked Fifa for special permission to move on loan from his Chinese club despite being outside the official transfer window. Fifa said on Wednesday it is considering the Former Chelsea forward's request for an exemption from international rules. "The Fifa administration services are looking into it," Fifa said in a statement. Drogba's season with Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua finished this month. If Fifa grants Drogba's request, the 34-year-old Ivory Coast captain could play for a new team to prepare for the African Cup of Nations, which kicks off on January 19 in South Africa. Existing rules prevent Drogba from representing another club until January 1. Fifa has upheld the rules in previous cases when David Beckham, Thierry Henry and Landon Donovan had to wait until January to make loan moves to Europe after the Major League Soccer season ended. Drogba signed a contract through 201 ...
Abou Diaby Fan Page wrote: Didier Drogba has described both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as 'monsters'! Read more: [From GMF]
BEST QUOTES OF THE WEEK. "If I could, I'd vote for myself. I am what I am, and I'm happy with that. Being too humble isn't good. In Portugal we say that too much humility is vanity." Cristiano Ronaldo responds to being asked who he will vote for to win the FIFA Ballon d’Or "Ronaldo De lima was my hero. I loved watching players like Zidane, Ronaldinho and Rivaldo, but Ronaldo was the best striker I've ever seen. He was so fast he could score from nothing and could shoot the ball better than anyone I've ever seen." Lionel Messi names O Fenômeno as his childhood idol "We all know it is between two, the two monsters that are Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. You do not realise but they have revolutionised the statistics. Before them it was a feat to score 30 goals a season in a major championship. For several years now they have scored over 40. They are phenomenal." Didier Drogba on who should win the FIFA Ballon d’Or "I’ve always been a fan of Zidane. My bedroom was plastered with posters of him. Th ...
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Baba Thiago is the name of one of the following men... (1) Lionel Messi (2) Cristiano Ronaldo (3) Didier Drogba (4) Xavi Hernandez (5) Iker Cassilas
Who wins the Ballon d'or?Drogba’s Champions League exploits for Chelsea could see him as the main contender to the Barcelona and Real Madrid stars, but it will be hard to see past Messi after a season where he scored a record 73 goals.Here is the full list:Sergio Aguero, Mario Balotelli, Yaya Toure (all Manchester City), Wayne Rooney, Robin Van Persie (both Manchester United), Didier Drogba (Shanghai Shenhua), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (PSG), Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich), Radamel Falcao (Atletico Madrid), Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta, Xavi, Gerard Pique, Sergio Busquets (all Barcelona), Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Iker Casillas, Mesut Ozil, Sergio Ramos, Xabi Alonso (all Real Madrid, Andrea Pirlo, Gianluigi Buffon (both Juventus), Neymar (Santos).
Apparently, Jason Roberts has decided that he doesn't want to join the likes of Lionel Messi and Didier Drogba in Laurent Koscielny's pocket
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi is among 12 La Liga nominees on the 23-man list for the 2012 FIFA Ballon d'Or award. Among the nominees from La Liga for the world's best player are six Real Madrid players, including Cristiano Ronaldo, Iker Casillas, Mesut Ozil, Karim Benzema, Sergio Ramos and Xabi Alonso. Messi's Barcelona teammates, Andres Iniesta, Sergio Busquets, Gerard Pique and Xavi Hernandez are also candidates, along with Atletico Madrid's Radamel Falcao. Mario Balotelli, Sergio Aguero and Yaya Toure, all from Manchester City, are nominees, along with Manchester United's Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie. The other nominees are Juventus players Andrea Pirlo and Gianluigi Buffon, Shanghai Shenhua's Didier Drogba, PSG's Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer and Santos (Brazil's) Neymar. Seven of the 23 candidates are from the Spanish national team. The final three candidates will be revealed on Nov. 29 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The Ballon d'Or ceremony will take place in Zurich on Jan. 7, 2013, ...
Wayne Rooney is the only British player to be named on Fifa's 23-man Ballon d'Or shortlist for 2012's best player. Rooney's Manchester United team-mate Robin Van Persie joins Manchester City trio Sergio Aguero, Yaya Toure and Mario Balotelli on the list, as does 2011 winner, Barcelona's Lionel Messi. Premier League bosses Roberto Mancini, Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Di Matteo are on the Coach of the Year list. The winners will be announced at a ceremony in Zurich on 7 January 2013. The shortlist will be narrowed down to three names for each category on 29 November. Player nominees: Sergio Aguero (Manchester City/Argentina), Xabi Alonso (Real Madrid/Spain), Mario Balotelli (Manchester City/Italy), Karim Benzema (Real Madrid/France), Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus/Italy), Sergio Busquets (Barcelona/Spain), Iker Casillas (Real Madrid/Spain), Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid/Portugal), Didier Drogba (Shanghai Shenhua/Ivory Coast), Radamel Falcao (Atletico Madrid/Colombia), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris St Germain/Swe ...
Football - Premier League Balotelli, Rooney named on Ballon d'Or shortlist The shortlist for the FIFA Ballon d'Or award has been revealed, with Manchester City contributing three players and rivals Manchester United two. City secured their first league title since 1968 in May and lead the Premier League contingent, with Mario Balotelli, Yaya Toure and Sergio Aguero all in contention. Manchester United are represented by Robin Van Persie and Wayne Rooney. The Englishman - a surprise inclusion - has scored 25 goals in 2012 to Messi's 73, did not win a domestic trophy and failed to make an impact for England at Euro 2012. Chelsea's achievements last season are recognised with a nomination for Didier Drogba, who now plays for Shanghai Shenhua. While the Premier League is responsible for six of the names on the shortlist, La Liga leads the way with 12 representatives. Barcelona forward Lionel Messi won the inaugural FIFA Ballon d'Or award in 2010 and retained the award last year. His remarkable tally for club ...
Who do u think will win the fifa world footballer of the year {A}Lionel Messi {B}Christiano Ronaldo {C}Andres Iniesta {D}Didier Drogba vote wisely your vote is your right do not sell your vote.
1. Didier Drogba 2. Cristiano Ronaldo 3. Lionel Messi 4. Wayne Rooney. Comment with numbers, whose the best? Mine is 2. Le go
for every Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi,Didier Drogba,Wayne Rooney or Sergio Aguero, there is a Xabi Alonso, Sergio Busquets,Frank Lampard,Michael Carrick or Gareth Barry.
Informed conjecture would suggest that Cristiano Ronaldo's salary is a match for almost any player in the world - except that of Samuel Eto'o, of course - but the Real Madrid star's wages are apparently less than you may think. According to Marca, Ronaldo is ranked only tenth in the world when it comes to wages paid by their clubs, with the likes of little known Dario Conca raking in more in than the far more illustrious Portuguese. GMF has outlined the top ten earners, according to our friends in Spain, and you may find one of two surprises along the way... 1. Samuel Eto'o - Anzhi Makhachkala: €20m-a- year 2. Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Paris Saint-Germain: €14.5m 3. Wanye Rooney - Manchester United: €13.8m 4. Yaya Toure - Manchester City: €13m 5. Sergio Aguero - Manchester City: €12.5m 6. Didier Drogba - Shanghai Shenhua: €12m 7. Fernando Torres - Chelsea: €10.8m 8. Dario Conca - Guangzho Evergrande: €10.6m 9. Lionel Messi - Barcelona: €10.5m 10. Cristiano Ronaldo - Real Madrid: €10m
even the media, the Super Eaglesare loaded to the hilt with super stars most of whom are plying their trade outside the nation's shores. But the world appears to see our players differently, if a recent rating done by a US based sports media outfit, Bleacher Report is anything to go by. Bleacher Report's list of the world best 100 soccer stars did not include any Nigerian player as only the likes of Cameroon's Samuel Eto'o, Coted Ivoire's duo of Didier Drogba and Yaya Toure and Ghana's Michael Essien were the African stars that made the big boys list. As expected, Argentina's Lionel Messi was No.1 on the chart alongside his Barcelona team mates, Gerard Pique, Xavi, AndresIniesta and David Villa. The other first XI that made the list from outside Barcelona's camp were Real Madrid's Christian Ronaldo, Manchester United's Nemanja Vidic, Man City's Carlos Tevez, Bayern's ArjenRobben and Arsenal's Robin Van Persie. Some of the other notable players that got on the world's best 100 list include Wayne Rooney (13 ...
Barcelona duo Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta along with Real Madrid's Christiano Ronaldo have been shortlisted for the 2011-2012 Uefa Best Player in Europe Award. Positions 4 to 10 have already been established in the vote, with Italy's Andrea Pirio (Juventus) fourth, followed by Xavi Hernandez (Barcelona), Ikes Casillas (Real Madrid), Didier Drogba (Chelsea, now Shanghai Shenhua), Peter Cech (Chelsea) tied with Falcao (Atletico Madrid) and Mesut Oezil (Real Madrid) Visit for more info.
Who your favourite football star of all time. ** Wayne Rooney ** Cristiano Ronaldo ** Lionel Messi ** George Weah ** Victor Ikpeba ** Daniel Amokachi ** Robin Van Persie ** Didier Drogba ** Peter Ndhlovu ** Bruce Grobbeler ** Eric Cantona ** Austin Okocha ** Others (please specify) Hit a like for them all or choose by commenting.
Goal readers vote Cristiano Ronaldo as the best player of the last 12 months over Lionel Messi & Didier Drogba
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Uefa has announced a list of the 32 players who are in contention for their award for the best player of Europe. La Liga champions Real Madrid are the most represented club on the list, with seven players, followed by Premier League holders Manchester City, who boast six players. Champions League winners Chelsea and Catalan giants Barcelona boast four players each, while Radamel Falcao is the sole player from Europa League champions Atletico Madrid to make the cut. The players were chosen by a jury of journalists from each of Uefa's 53 member associations. The governing body for European football will reveal on August 14 the names of the three players who were given the most points by the writers, who will then proceed to the live vote to choose the overall winner in Monaco. Barca's Lionel Messi was the winner of the first edition of the award, beating team-mate Xavi and Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo to the honour. Raul and Didier Drogba have left Europe since their exploits last season for Al Sadd and Shang ...
No but didier drogba!“Lionel Messi because i think he is the best player in the world...”
BOOKS THIS PLAYERS NEED 2 READ. 1- How to score Chelsea- Lionel Messi. 2- How to win Champions League and stay in that club- Didier Drogba. 3- How to win world best with another club-Cristiano Ronaldo. 4- How to win golden boot with another club-Cristiano Ronaldo. 5- How to win a final-Arjen Robben. 6- How to score freekick against Barcelona- Cristiano Ronaldo. 7- How to win a trophy- Van Persie. 8- Hw to retire- Seedorf. 9- Hw to win a cup for ur country-Cristiano Ronaldo.
Lionel Messi names Pablo Aimar as his favourite - Cristiano Ronaldo a fan of Brazilian striker Ronaldo
This summer a constellation of top international soccer stars including Lionel Messi, Diego Forlan, Julio Cesar and Didier Drogba will play the match of the year on Saturday, June 23rd, 2012. The game will be televised live on Fox Soccer Channel nationwide. DATE : June 23rd 2012 at 7pm Location :...
CHELSEA legend Didier Drogba has revealed Roberto Di Matteo told his players to forget about Lionel Messi for their famous Champions League semifinal triumph. After signing for Shanghai Shenhua this week, Drogba revealed the preparations that went into their stunning victory over Barca. "When we were about to play against [Barcelona], we watched a lot of video," Drogba said. "We knew we were playing the best team in the world. So for us playing this game, especially when we came from Napoli and we should have been out a long time ago, we were lucky to be there but we played hard as well. "So when we watched the video, the manager wasn't showing Messi. At the end, you could see the important players. "The ones who scored and created assists, the most consistent guys. With Messi, he just said that he had 61 goals. We all started laughing. We knew we were in for a difficult night but we did our best.
Manuel Neuer, Didier Drogba, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham! I wanna meet all of Them!!!
BARCELONA are eyeing up a move to nab Didier Drogba on a free transfer from Chelsea. The Spanish giants want to offer Drogba, 34, a two-year deal worth up to £5million a season to quit Chelsea and snub a move to China, Milan or the USA. Chelsea have also offered the striker a new two-year deal with owner Roman Abramovich pulling out all the stops to keep him. But Drogba is out of contract and could quit the Blues after the Champions League final on Saturday. Though a move to Shanghai FC could be far more lucrative, the lure of playing alongside Lionel Messi and Co could prove irresistible for the Ivory Coast star.
WHO CAN DIS B? He passes like Xavi, he keeps like Manuel Neuer, he defends like Vincent Kompany, he dribbles like Arjen Robben, he mesmerises like Lionel Messi, he attacks like Cristiano Ronaldo, he gingers like Jose Mourinho, he runs like Theo Walcott, he scores like Robin Van Persie, he heads like Didier Drogba, he falls like Luis Suarez but rises again & forge ahead like Samuel Etoo, he calculates like & chews like Sir Alex Ferguson, he can b so philosophical like Arsene Wenger yet he wins with any style either jambodi or mechanical like Roberto Di Mateo, he also can b gentle like Pep Guadiola but complicated like Mario Balotelli. He is d walking dictionary, d humbleluv, d me. I rumbo wen u jumbo cfos I AM D GREATEST.
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is the ONLY way Didier Drogba gives away 2 PENALTIES!! To Arjen Robben & Lionel Messi...and they both MISS -__-
Did u knw dat d two penalties caused by Didier Drogba in both d Semi-final and Final of d Champion League were not converted by both Lionel Messi and Arjen Robben?God made dis yr's Champion League for Chelsea Football Club.When God says it is ur time,nothing can change it.l pray dat dis yr shall be our yr lJN.
Lionel Messi, Christiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney are ROLE MODELS... Didier Drogba is a LEGEND!!! DAT
Pepsi MAX players including three-time 'FIFA World Player of the Year' Lionel Messi, Didier Drogba, Fernando Torres and Frank Lampard are joined by two of the world's most exciting young footballers, Jack Wilshere and Sergio 'Kun' Agüero to front the 2012 campaign. The line-up also features internationally renowned DJ, producer and hit-maker, Calvin Harris, who provides the soundtrack and musical direction for the campaign.
Five things that helped Chelsea to the Champions League trophy Chelsea survived missed penalties and missed chances on the way to glory while the interim manager proved inspired Didier Drogba, right, had the final say with the penalty that gave Chelsea victory in the Champions League final. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters Sachin Nakrani The Observer, Sun 20 May 2012 01.03 BST 1. MISSED PENALTIES Lionel Messi at the Camp Nou and then Arjen Robben at the Allianz Arena; two spot-kicks that should have sunk Chelsea but instead failed to hit the net and kept their dreams of European glory alive. 2. MISSED CHANCES Napoli, Barcelona and Bayern Munich created enough chances in their respective ties with Chelsea to have each won the Champions League 10 times over, but they were crucially wasteful, Barcelona especially. 3. WELL-TIMED STRIKES The margin of victory over Barcelona was fine and, as such, the closing seconds before half-time in both legs of the semi-final tie should be cherished by Chelsea. Didier Dr ...
Barcelona have confirmed their interest in Didier Drogba and are ready to offer the Chelsea striker a two-year deal. Drogba is due to fall out of contract this summer and there is a very good chance he could move on elsewhere even though the Blues have offered him a new bumper two-year contract. The Ivory Coast ace can earn big money in China or the USA, while AC Milan are also keen, but it is the chance to see out his career at Barcelona that is likely to appeal the most. Barca are keen to add strength and power to their strike force and they have put Drogba on their list of possibles to fill such a role. A Barcelona source confirmed to the Sun: "What the team needs is an attacking player who has the presence and strength to trouble defenders. Drogba has that profile and is one of the players the club are looking at." Chelsea have not given up all hope of convincing him to stay, but the chance to play with the likes of Lionel Messi, could tempt the player away no matter what offer is made.
Why Lampard form is stuff of Chelsea legend (and Spanish teams should be watching) For all the midfield talent on show, it wasn't Xavi, Andres Iniesta or even Lionel Messi who proved the most decisive player over the two legs. It was 33 year-old Lampard. At Wembley on Saturday it was the same. It wasn't Steven Gerrard who broke open the game, but Lampard, whose superbly judged pass sent Didier Drogba clear for the decisive second goal of the FA Cup final.
Attention "soccer" fans in South Florida/The USA- Barcelona's Lionel Messi is among the international players who will compete in a June 23 all-star exhibition at Sun Life Stadium. Messi will be joined by Dani Alves, Javier Mascherano, Luis Suarez, Alessandro Nesta,Diego Forlan and Radamel Falcao. Also scheduled to take part in the World Soccer Masters Tour event is Didier Drogba, whose Chelsea team will play an exhibition against AC Milan on July 28 also at Miami's Sun Life Stadium.
Falcao, Diego Forlan, Guillermo Ochoa, and Didier Drogba will play in a charity match in Miami on 6/23 for Lionel Messi's Foundation [sport]
Lionel Messi, Diego Forlan, Didier Drogba, Dani Alvez and Javier Mascherano are playing a friendly at Sun Life Stadium on June 23
Didier Drogba say about it: Neymar is proving he has the ability to be as good as Lionel Messi! Brazil sensation Neymar shows why Pele believes he is better than Lionel Messi
TITLES, TREBLES AND A WEMBLEY WIZARD: Scoring feats dominate the latest stats review, with Lionel Messi, Didier Drogba, Diego Milito and Yoan Gouffran taking starring roles alongside championship-winners Ajax and Anderlecht. 72 goals in a single season is the incredible haul that has enabled Messi to set a new world record. By following up his treble against Malaga last Wednesday with all four of Barcelona’s goals in Saturday’s defeat of Espanyol, the Argentinian phenomenon not only surpassed Gerd Muller’s European benchmark of 67, but the overall record set when Archie Stark found the net 70 times for USA’s Bethlehem Steel in 1924/25. Two La Liga hat-tricks in the space of four days also took Messi on to 14 overall and beyond the club record set by Cesar Rodriguez between 1942 and 1955. Remarkably, Messi’s has scored now more league goals (50) this season than Johan Cruyff managed in his entire Barça career, and also boasts a higher tally than 13 La Liga’s 20 clubs. The only record that migh ...
According to Martin Tyler, Andy Carroll is the new Didier Drogba. In other news, Gabriel Obertan is the new Lionel Messi.
Now it is clear that anybody can miss penalty. It happened to Africa most docurated player, Samuel Eto'o; Asamoah Gyan, Didier Drogba and others. Now to the issue, it was Lionel Messi who missed a penalty on Tuesday night and he was criticized but it does not happen to only the World's greatest player but it was done to his former deputy, C. Ronaldo, last night when he demoralized his colleagues by missing the first penalty on the shoot-out which made Kaka and Sergio Ramos to follow suit. MESSI is the best player regardless of a penalty miss.
Lionel Messi cried on Tuesday, Christian Ronaldo cried Yesterday, Didier Drogba will soon cry!!!
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I heartily congratulate Chelsea for having shown courage and determination to beat the UEFA and FIFA adopted team. Most credit to the entire Chelsea team and management but special credits to Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba, Ramires Ashley Cole and Peter Chec. It was Frank Lampard who stole the ball from Lionel Messi and squared it to Ramires who then gave the final pass to Didier Drogba for their winning goal at Stamford Bridge in London in the first leg. Again it was the same combination between Frank Lampard and Ramires which resulted in the amazing away goal which gave Chelsea hope and stunned Barcelona and their fans. Oh! and Fernando Torres, he did it again against Barcelona last night. At last he has paid back part of the massive investment in him (50 million pounds). With that final goal which secured Chelsea firmly into the final, Torres not only vindicated himself but paid for the massive transfer fee paid out to sign him. Chelsea will earn more than 50 million pounds if they win the final and alre ...
This was not about management. This was not about tactics. The fact that victory will likely earn Roberto Di Matteo the permanent job should worry those Chelsea fans who can see that he has merely unified and re-empowered a set of players who were always capable of nights like these. He has not taught Cole to stand tall, Ramires to run, Ivanovic to sacrifice everything for the cause, Lampard to show discipline or Drogba to be simply immense. Terry's idiocy made that second-half performance the only option. They had no choice but to play a 6-3 formation (with Didier Drogba and Salomon Kalou as supplementary full-backs), they had no scope for anything but backs-to-the-wall heroics, even if they proved ultimately fruitless. It was all about desire and sheer bloody-mindedness and absolutely nothing about planning. What they needed was one near-perfect game, an awful lot of luck, an off-colour Lionel Messi and exactly the same set of players who had laboured so much under Andre Villas-Boas...but for those play ...
Chelsea what a night of shock and manic excitement... The side that inflicted on Barcelona their first European defeat of the season at Stamford Bridge and last night ended their hopes of becoming the first side to retain the Champions League trophy. On top of that, Lionel Messi missed a penalty to make it 3-1, a scoreline you doubt whether Chelsea would have recovered from. Chelsea recovered and made catalan cathedral stunned and funeral silenced. Indeed it was a glorious Indian summer for the stamford old guards; Petr Cech, Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba... I salute!
Summary There cannot have been many more nights more dramatic nor heroic in the history of Chelsea Football Club. Having gone 2-0 behind on the night and one man down in the first half, we scored in stoppage time at the end of each half. John Terry was the man sent off. Ramires was the first Chelsea scorer with a brilliant goal before Lionel Messi missed the chance to put his side 3-1 ahead when he wasted a penalty. With the pressure on, substitute Fernando Torres scored a late, late goal on the counter-attack from his own half. The only disappointment on a joyous night is that Ramires, Branislav Ivanovic and Raul Meireles were all booked and so will join the skipper in missing the Final. Team news Didier Drogba was passed fit soRoberto Di Matteo named the same side as the first leg. Barcelona did change however, bringing in Gerard Pique and going tothree at the back. Both full-backs at the Bridge were on the bench with Issac Cuenca coming in and playing wide on the right with Cesc Fabregas on the left. T ...
An heroic Chelsea survived the dismissal of captain John Terry and a Lionel Messi missed penalty to eliminate holders Barcelona 3-2 on aggregate and secure a place in the Champions League final after an action-packed clash on Tuesday.The semifinal second leg at the Nou Camp ended 2-2 and burst into life towards the end of the first half when Sergio Busquets put Barca ahead, Terry was sent off for kneeing the leg of Alexis Sanchez and Andres Iniesta made it 2-0.Barca looked in total control but were rocked when Frank Lampard sent Ramires clear in first-half added time and the Chelsea midfielder lifted the ball brilliantly over the onrushing Barca goalkeeper Victor Valdes into the empty net.Barca squandered a chance to make it 3-1 early in the second half when the referee awarded a penalty for a Didier Drogba foul on Cesc Fabregas and Messi, who was denied by a post late on, crashed his spot kick against the crossbar.Fernando Torres, who has a great record against Barca despite misfiring so many times for t ...
Lionel Messi has again won the coveted "Ballon d'Or" award because of his sublime talent. Meanwhile, Didier Drogba has won the less coveted "Fallon d'Floor" award!!
AccuScore Computer Prediction: The computer is predicting a 3-1 win for Barcelona. If that scoreline is correct, Barcelona would advance into the final. Lionel Messi is 78% to score at least 1 goal. Alexis Sanchez is the next most likely scorer at the match at 39%. Didier Drogba rounds out the top 3 with a 27% chance of matching his feat from the first leg
Didier Drogba helps Chelsea take a 1-0 advantage in the Champions League semi-final after seizing on a mistake by Barcelona's Lionel Messi at Stamford Bridge
Chelsea Football Club of England yesterday at Stamford Bridge defeated Champions League defending champion, Barcelona by a lone goal.Didier Drogba scored the only goal of the match in injury time of the first half.The match saw Lionel Messi continued his more than 500minutes without scoring
[image]Didier Drogba scored late in the first half and Chelsea kept free-scoring Lionel Messi in check to secure a 1-0 win over holders Barcelona in their Champions League semi-final first leg.
Did u know - Lionel Messi has scored 63 goals in all competitions this season for Barcelona, as many goals as Chelsea's Didier Drogba, Daniel Sturridge, Salomon Kalou, Fernando Torres, Franck Lampard and Juan Mata combined!
Oh God, may he be a boy so he wl end up lyk Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, or Lionel Messi or No 12 my striker Thierry Daniel Henry en not to forget Cristiano Ronaldo. I js wish i cn choose...
FIVE THINGS ♍♈ BELOVED CHELSEA NEED Τ̅☺ DO Τ̅☺ BEAT BARCELONA IN Uefa Champions League SEMI-FINAL: Chelsea just got over the line against Benfica in the Champions League quarter-finals. Play like that against Barcelona and it could get very ugly indeed for Roberto Di Matteo's side. So what do they need to do to get the better of Lionel Messi, Xavi and the rest of the European Champions? PICK A CENTRE-FORWARD: Get this one wrong and Chelsea’s potency up front gets severely compromised, giving Barcelona an even bigger advantage than the one they already hold. And it is, of course, a straight choice between Fernando Torres and Didier Drogba. Well, going on the performance at Stamford Bridge last night, when Torres patently failed to kick on from his goal at Aston Villa at the weekend, when his confidence clearly waned as the match wore on, you would have to plump for Drogba. That way, Chelsea can play the more direct forward ball to cut out Barca’s midfield pressing. That way, they stand a mu ...
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