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Is it True that the Best Football players in the World are from Brazil?

  1. Lady_E profile image74
    Lady_Eposted 8 years ago

    Is it True that the Best Football players in the World are from Brazil?

    Pele, Cristiano Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Luis Ronaldo - all from Brazil, all GREAT players.

  2. Passport Guide profile image60
    Passport Guideposted 8 years ago

    Brazil has many great players. That is not to say that there are not great players from other countries. Here are a couple of statistics that reveal a little about the level of play of Brazilian football players.

    Brazil is the largest exporter of football players. Just in the first ten months of 2008, there were 1152 Brazilian players who were contracted by teams in other countries.

    FIFA's Player of the Year award has gone to Brazilians more than any other nations. A Brazilian has placed first in the competition no less than 8 times. This is followed by France (3), Italy (2) and Portugal (2).

  3. Oldskool903 profile image75
    Oldskool903posted 8 years ago

    NOO
    hahaha I am a bias Argentina Fan so you really can't take my opinion seriously. But I do think the best players in the world are from Argentina, considering the fact that mesi is the best player in the world right now. smile GO ARGENTINA

  4. profile image50
    lititaposted 7 years ago

    Let just clarify something for Cristiano Ronaldo is from PORTUGAL,  a European country   just thought I would  point that out.

  5. Alhamora profile image62
    Alhamoraposted 7 years ago

    Nope. Best players come from all over the world. Just take a look at current top players, Messi, Cristiano, Xavi, Drogba all come from different countries other than Brazil.

    Fact check,  Cristiano Ronaldo is from Portugal.

    Collectively Brazil always had a great team and one two top class star and that is why has won so many world cups. Their one touch football is absolutely wonderful.

  6. Seranya07 profile image58
    Seranya07posted 7 years ago

    Noways, anyone who follows the game would know there is a wide variety of players from across the globe. It comes from individual skill, talent and determination and ofcourse the club they are influenced by. Cristiano Ronaldo is from Portugal in europe.
    The best player in the world currently, is Lionel Messi from Argentina. the English Premier League is home to great stars such as Wayne Rooney- England, Cesc Fabregas-spain and Samir Nasri-France. The list is endless across the globe! Samual Eto'o- Cameroon (Africa)
    Andres Iniesta -Spain
    Xavi -Spain
    Many do come from Brazil however...Just not all smile

 
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