Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are superstars in the football pitch. It's quite difficult to compare. However, a quick look at the different awards received by each of them will go a long way to knowing who's ahead of the other. Below are awards received by these stars: 1. World Soccer Young Player of the Year Award Messi= 3 times Ronaldo= none 2. PFA Premier League Young Player of the Year Award Messi= none Ronaldo= 1 3. Olimpia de Plata (Argentine Player of
Jadon Sancho is an English professional footballer who just joined Manchester United from Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga, where he helped the team finish third in the league last season after playing outstanding football. Jadon Sancho is recognized as one of this generation's top Strikers. Jadon Sancho scored 77 goals in 203 games during his career
7. David De Gea. Spanish Footballer born 7, November 1990 (29 years old) started his football career 2003 Achievements: FIFA FIFPro World XI (2018) Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year PFA Premier League Team of the Year (2017) 6. Neymar Jr. Brazilian footballer born 5, February 1992 (28 years old) Started his football career 1999 Achievements: Samba Gold (2017) FIFA Puskás Award (2012) FIFA FIFPro World XI (2017) Ligue 1 Player of the Year (2018) Bola de Ouro
Good evening dear readers, 2020/2021 season was indeed peculiar, this was due to the effect of corona virus on the world, including in the world of football. The season would be remembered for years to come as the season that was played without fans, with the exception of a few matches, like the FA cup final between Chelsea and Leicester City.
The PFA team of the season has been released. As usual,it is filled with controversies. The inclusion of John stones raises eyebrows. He was fantastic for manchester City,but he was not the key man in the Pep Guardiola's defense- Reuben Dias was.
Wolves winger Adama Traore has revealed why he yet to choose which country he will represent between Mali and Spain. The 23-year-old was born in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona but as represented Spain at youth levels, from U16 up to U21, and was given his maiden call up to the senior team last year. However, Traore who is also still eligible to play for Mali through his to parents but the PFA Premier League Player of the Month nominee coy on which country he will represent between Mali and S