All the rumors of Serie A, La Liga and Premiership claim to be the world's most beautiful football league. However, which one is the most original statement. Recognizing the best is a respect that includes not only conquest rights, but also the most beautiful players and sponsorship contracts. There are countless factors to consider; the players are the championships, the trophies won by the clubs, the quality of football and the size of the different pages. Did the tactics of the Italians outweigh the physical pressure of the Premiership? Does La Liga's clumsy atmosphere continue to dominate the English midfield? How do Mediterranean relatives relate?
When comparing different brands of "beautiful toys," we need to consider the many factors that are unique. Each of history, the present and the future can be pierced, facing these different brands and ever perceiving the notion that one is above the others.
Is the first and often the most favorite way for fans to compare tournaments, who are the best players? The next natural assumption is that Spain maintains the highest level in this argument; with particular regard to the fact that both the world (Ronaldinho) and the European (Fabio Cannavaro) players play in La Liga. Spain also boasts other great talents; Madrid van Nistelrooy, Raul, Robinho and Beckham, the Barca boast Ronaldinho, Deco, Messi, Eto & Zambrotta. Other clubs are similar giant performers, David Villa and Joaquin Sanchez Valencia, Riquelme Villarreal to name but a few.
Italy has the same impressive galactic list, but probably due to the pedestrian nature of Serie A. Players tend to be slightly more advanced. Internazionale (or Inter) boasts the most impressive list of games; Crespo, Ibrahimovic, Veron, Stankovic, Figo and Samuel are all trading for the Nerazzurri. The rivals of their cities Milan also have an abundance of abundance; Despite the loss of Andriy Shevchenko in the summer of Chelsea, Riccy Kaka has a world champion. Players named as Andrea Pirlo, Alessandro Nesta and Alberto Gilardino also have the talent to win all trophies. It is also worth mentioning that Milan's rear guard also received the legendary Paulo Maldini. In the shadow of the Calciopoli, which hangs over the Italian upper flight, it should be noted that the withdrawal from Serie A, which took place during the summer, many of the most excellent individuals leave the unbundling.
Zambrotta and Thuram left Juventus to Barcelona as Fabio Cannavaro and Emerson joined Bianconero's coach Fabio Capello Madrid and former Serie A favorites like Alessandro del Piero, Gigi Buffon, Pavel Nedved and David Trezeguet are loyal to the old lady, and they move to a season in Serie B. As mentioned, Shevchenko left the Rossoneri for Chelsea.
Speaking of Chelsea, we have to clearly outline today that European football is the protagonist. The promise in football today is that when it comes to the transfer market, the Premiership champion is the team that everyone else has to follow. Because of the seemingly unlimited funds of Roman Abramovich, owner of the Russian oligarchs, Chelsea has collected stars that match any club in the world. Terry and Lampard were already present before the Russian benefactor, players such as Arjen Robben, Didier Drogba, Joe Cole and Shevchenko. The Premiership also boasts Thierry Henry and Cesc Fabregas worldwide with the world's best players in Arsenal; Rooney, Rio and Ronaldo on Manchester United and Liverpool talismanic skipper Steven Gerrard.
The important thing to outline when we compare unwarranted huge talents is to present these different leagues, though, even though we are looking at them, the future is a vital factor. As we have said, Serie A tends to boast of more experienced galacticists where the Premiership disputes Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Cesc Fabregas the most promising talent. Spanish football could also argue that their spread includes youth, with young people like Sergio Aguero and Fernando Nino & Torres Atletico, Lionel Messi at Barca and a name to watch Matias Fernandez, a Chilean playmaker due to join Villarreal in January.
Football in the twenty-first century is far more than in previous decades. Now a business, and one of the world's largest. The transfer prices are now like any Tom, Dick or Harry. Worth 15 million pounds. The player's wages also had astronomical benefits. This is equivalent to the fact that we do not consider 3 million pounds a year to be completely ugly for a top international player. Because of the steadily rising costs of clubs, somebody has to meet these extravagant fiscal needs.
Sponsorship, television rights and marketing revenue are now used by the most popular clubs that are currently selling the "brand" not sports. From the product group to the branded shirts, the marketing aspect of the big clubs and leagues is the most important with the power inherent in it.
Annually, one auditing company, Deloitte, releases the financial interventions of the most important European club last season. Essentially a "rich list" & # 39; competitors and market forces in today's football world. The most recent version of the list is in the 2005 season and the zenith of the list is almost dominated by the "three big leagues".
According to the 2005 ranking, the world's football player is Real Madrid. The past few years have been dominated by Manchester United's marketing space; but the Castilian club took his cloak from English rivals. Much of the change in luck was placed on the "David Beckham factor".
The former captain of England, David Beckham, is just as famous for his private life as football. Married to Spice Girl, the midfielder resembles a pop star more like a footballer with numerous tattoos, constantly outrageous hair styles and more fertility contracts. It is described that the most photographed athletes, Beckham is currently paying the euro on the side of the club. The fact that Manchester United, who had previously taken over the rich list, demolished Beckham's new club, which demonstrated the value of the man in terms of marketing. However, it is worth mentioning that the on-site performances in Madrid have declined while their finances have improved and another list may suggest a drop in Beckham's own rise as in the world's football.
The top ten teams in the list, the Bavarian giants with the exception of Bayern Munich, Spain, Italy or England. The majority is dominated by Premier League, as we see Manchester United (2), Chelsea (5), Liverpool (8) and Arsenal (10), followed by three teams in Milan (3), Juventus (4 .) and Inter (9th) and Spanish La Liga are only two top ten, despite Real having finally followed the list of rivals, Barcelona in 6th place. When looking at these numbers, we must first emphasize that they are not as modern as we want, and that we have to put together a new list, certainly see the impact of Calciopoli on the Italian pages.
The amount that the championship is entertaining depends largely on whether you like football. The three brands change their habits all the time, and taste is a vital factor in this, and finally a man's pineapple is the poison of another man. The most important differences in these leagues are linked to the style of football played in each country. Although this may seem obvious on the surface, but considering the incredible multiculturalism of domestic football, it is positive that these leagues maintain their specific identity.
The football brand in football is very different. As mentioned earlier, Italian play is based on technique, possession, and patience. The today's Italian game of cattenaccio is not as negative as the pages in the mid-twentieth century, where five defenders would use a rigorous man-marking system as the "free" ball in the ball. Unfortunately, the system is obsolete in its original state, given that both the zone marking system has become almost equal to the current position of modern gaming and that cruise ships are currently heavily employed. However, Serie A is playing football today, which echoes this system.
Calcio is often considered boring by Northern Europeans but those who are closer to the Mediterranean than a purist game that involves higher levels of football than any other. Football in Italy is similar to chess, with a more systematic approach than other countries. Defenders are often as talented as any other position, a property that is not found elsewhere in football. Used football soccer fields use many shorter passages to open pocket spaces rather than balls for higher balls. The game requires a very high level of technical skill, the art of the most important management and transfer.
The shocking factors of the Italian game often show the flaws of its tempo and time-consuming attack game. Goals are difficult to reach for generations, and the fact is further deepened by Luca Toni's impressive thirty-one goalscoring season, the first player to score more than thirty goals in forty-eight years in Serie A. Like many people like bustling championships like Premiership.
Premiership is a very fast and angry section; emphasizes strength, timing and leadership. This is the fact that the very high level of football is visible in England, but the game is largely dictated by a very physically demanding game. English football in the eighties and nineties was very malignant with the "long ball" football. The theory is that long, straightforward transitions lead to changes in the flow areas for targeted, large physical strikers. This style is often not considered graceful and critics are lambastas. Despite the fact that the English league has since developed, since similarly to the roots of Serie A, this style still exists to some extent today; even championship champions Chelsea have been criticized for using this style. Since it is not of a high technical standard, Premiership is often the world's most exciting championship for non-stop action-intensive intensity.
In contrast, La Liga is entirely its own style. The Spanish league has a lot of interest in the South American etiquette, and the Spanish league is accused of their fast-running, offensive game brand. The Spanish Primera Division has won many awards in recent years, primarily thanks to the Zidane-inspired galacticists in Madrid and the recent Ronaldinho Gaucho action in Barcelona. The focus in Spain, like in any other Europe, is the attack. The formations are built around midfielders and skillful wings. This creates a very open football brand; however, this often reveals defensive deficiencies. With occasional departures (Sergio Ramos, Carles Puyol), Spanish defenders are generally not as strong as the rest of the game. Combining this with the ability of the attackers, La Liga makes it attractive to viewers.
Does not keep in mind the examined stereotypes, there are clear exceptions to each rule, and this example is no different. Despite being generally solid and defensive, Carlo Ancelotti was praised for Milan for the attacking football in Serie A. In addition, and perhaps the most beautiful example of Arsenal. Arsene Wenger men are continually producing the most free football in the world today. For obvious reasons, however, the North London dress should have been justified to be an exception to the rule because their side was dominated by foreign players. To the extent that he has illegally been an Englishman since leaving Sol Campbell and Ashley Cole, the artillery must have full force.
What makes the championship more exciting is often based not only on the greatness of opportunity or on the actors involved, but on the proximity of competitors. In every league as in the corner of life, historically bigger pages have more financial conscience, but where there is no competition, there is no spectacle.
Premiership has been dominated by the richness of Chelsea over the past two seasons, not worried that it needs more than just money to dominate the championship (though it helps), and it is for both players and coaching staff that the past two successful titles made it perfectly easy. This season, although it's a different picture. Sleek Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is now delivering results that have the talent of stars and at this point praise eight points against Jose Mourinho Chelsea.
Over the first two, we see something that has long been noticeable in the Premiership. The gap between the top troops and the pursuit package can be judged to be arbitrary. Formerly there was a top four that added Liverpool and Arsenal to their current table-top rivals, but unfortunately the neutral this gap extended these clubs as well. This, however, results in almost a "second championship". in which the clubs behind Manchester United and Chelsea are looking to the remaining places in Europe's prestigious Champions League.
This pursuit package includes both Liverpool and Arsenal with the strength of the Bolton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur teams, but any other side that can produce good results can infiltrate the group at 39 Wigan Athletic a surprise package that nearly got the UEFA Cup win even though they were favorites of the season before the start of the season.
Spain is also examining the dominance of one of the biggest clubs in the last two seasons as the most important debate. However, Barcelona's back-to-back titles did not get anything like Chelsea's similar results. While the "boo boy" is already in the "pooh-poohing" of Premiership's prosperity, attitude and style (or lack thereof), the success of Barcelona has become the "disadvantaged" style of victory. # 39; Many purists from Persia, Barca's soccer football brand are very pleasing to the eye, and the fact that Los Cules is a football royalty, not the novice of Mourinho men.
The Primera Liga still sees the Catalan giants at the top, a little renaissance from the bitter rivals. Real Madrid stopped temporarily, as the surprise pack of Sevilla stunned the apple basket. Among the classical bridesmaids, Valencia seems to be in a position that is more like a door-keeper than Atletico Madrid and Zaragoza. Contrary to the Premiership, La Liga generally does not show the gap between the highest pages and the competitors. Such is the nature of Spanish football, but unexpectedly the supreme teams are more common with their less well known riders.
In the Italian aviation race, competitiveness is again affected by the scandal surrounding the match. From the opening of the season it seemed that this would be a two-horse race. In the previous years this was the case, Juventus fought against Milan against lo scudetto. However, Milan's docked points and Juventus to match the Serie B, he left Roma and Inter fighting for the title. Inter, the perennial undercurrent of calico has increased one of the world's strongest teams, and as such, they have a clear distance ahead of their competitors. Nine consecutive wins for the Nerazzurri (an Italian record) sees men in Mancini who look at their first real title (the 2006 title was the highest-ranking guilty in the Calciopoli scandal) in ten years.
When I first tried to solve this question, I can honestly say that I did not think exactly what I was doing. All three championships are doing their best to make football the world's largest, and in my opinion the best sport. Instead of examining cynical eyes, we really need to embrace these bastions of passion, mood and ability, rejoicing in the joy that millions of fans get from three small collections of twenty teams. However, I went on a journey, a journey that took longer than expected, but a trip that took the best.
If this rating leaves all league attributes, it separates the following. Money and marketing are bigger in the Premier League than in any other non-American sport, and financial convictions blur everything that Spain or Italy can boast. However, does this argument need to maintain the importance of money (misunderstanding of conquest rights) in this example? Which questions the question of whether the money is potentially the most readable to overcome these leagues? Italy mentions the big football player James Richardson as the cause of the failure of Serie A; believes that the money spent at the turn of the century effectively promised: funds for future future television rights that have never been realized sadly However, in Premiership, money is only running steadily.
Finally, on the final question of competitiveness and on Calciopoli, we are forced to take Serie A to take off his horse racing after two racing competitions. In this release, I will fix the pre-decision early and support Premiership. Real Madrid is not disrespectful, but I do not see Barcac playing this year. Soccer is looking at you for many years, you learn to know when it comes to a resurgence, and Madrid is not it. But for the first time, Manchester United is the top flight in England, it looks like it's a really angry conclusion.
Overall, as I have said, I am sorry to admit that Italy can not compete because of all its difficulties. It's upsetting me like Serie A, where I've played a major role in my development as a football supporter, enjoying the enjoyment of the Mediterranean game for years and exoticly differentiating my monikered players with the same glamorous skills. It is true that the average Italian airport player has more basic skills than English, but the stigma of scandals is too impressive for the current Serie A climate to take them into account. I hope that we will be renaissance in Italian football, and in the next decade a nation will be renewed and will compete again with their Spanish and English counterparts.
So the last two, and in fact, can not be stricter. However, this Premiership, which I think is the best. The breadth of the escape reproduction organisms, but the Premiership has a lot. In my opinion, the youngest players are the most exciting crops, the most competitive title and the best supporters. It has the largest audience in the world and is (marginal) the world's most comprehensive country. It can not ignore La Liga, infinite attacking improvisation, mood and adventure, a championship that has historically unquestionably talented players, Ronaldinho, but its mistakes are too clear. Unfortunate defense is such an example and too much a question that should be ignored.
For me, the Premiership has only recently secured its cloak. The Baggios, the van Bastens, the Papins, the Maldinis, the Batistutas and his friends at the Serie A have always had something for Zizous, Figos, Rivaldos, Ronaldo, Rauls and Noughties La Liga, but now it is clear that the FA Premier League is the greatest power of today's world football and since it has given the money and after it has kept this cap, I anticipate that this will be the case in the coming years.
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