The art of football

Canada
June 14, 2007 7:12pm CST
I love when teams play the game the way it's supposed to be played. Here's a list of great teams over the years that played the beautiful game. It's a shame but there are fewer and fewer actually football games happening in the world today. 1. Arsenal, early 2000's 2. Brazil late 60's 3. Holland - 70's 4. Argentina - 80's 5. Manchester United.. last year and the next couple of years by the looks of things. Let's have the red-volution now! Cheers.
5 responses
15 Jun 07
Liverpool of the mid 70's - mid 80's - Pass & Move It's The Liverpool Groove!
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• Canada
15 Jun 07
haha. You're right, i forgot about Liverpool. How could i? Very strange. Remember when you guys had John Barnes and Ian Rush? Quality. I remmeber watching Liverpool on Match of the day and collecting those Panini stickers from that era. BIG BAD JAN MOLBY ALSO!!
15 Jun 07
hey come on what about newcastle under king kev, didn't win anything but we were everyones second team. Its 2.26am here so i'll catch you all tommorrow
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• Canada
15 Jun 07
Newcaslte were quality too. You and Liverpool had some BRILLIANT games in the mid 90's. I wish Keegan could have won the prem with Newcasltle. But i'm glad he didnt (manchester united fan) Anyways, yeah, Newcastle will do soo much better under Allardyce. Quality manager!
@Sir_bobby88 (8244)
• Singapore
15 Jun 07
But seriously , from what i know soccer to be , brazil had been always the team that dominates yea ...... no matter what arsenal , liverpool or manchester united are small matters compared to the past brazil yea
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• Canada
15 Jun 07
Well, i think Brazil are by far the most talented international side, with France not far behind. But club football is everything in Europe. I really despise games like international friendlies. I feel these games are really not important at all.
• Indonesia
15 Jun 07
hm now in late 2000's italy became the art of football because this team became the world champion football...forza italia...
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• Canada
15 Jun 07
Possibly yeah. I liked the look of Rosina today. And Aqualani from Roma too. You guys have some good young ones coming through!
• Romania
20 Jun 07
Don't forget Barcelona the past 2 year. You're right, the last 10 years football became boring. A lot of teams play boring tactical matches with a lot of games endig 1-0 or 0-0.
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@tocasa (48)
• Italy
25 Jun 08
Maybe for my young age, but I'm still very attached to Milan of the three Ducth: Van Basten, Gullit and Rijkaard