Wednesday, 11 January 2017

RIGHT or WRONG? CLAUDIO RANIERI WINS THE FIFA BEST COACH OF 2016 BUT NON OF HIS PLAYERS MAKES THE FIFA BEST ELEVEN






FIFA PRO XI - RIGHT OR WRONG?


Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri was named coach of the year at the FIFA award ceremony in  Zurich on Monday night.

The 65-year-old Italian beat off competition from fellow finalists Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane and Portugal boss Fernando Santos to scoop the prestigious award.

Ranieri led Leicester to a historic Premier League triumph in 2016, leading a team that had narrowly avoided relegation 12 months earlier to their first top-flight title.

He said: "Fantastic evening for me to be here, and to win this award I'm very crazy now. Thank you so much for voting me.

'I thank my family, my wife, my agent, my chairman, my players, without the players it’s very difficult for me to win anything and I thank the fans.

'The god of football said Leicester must win, and they did. they did. Before Dani Alves said at 30 he can do some more. I am 65 and I start now, thank you so much to everybody. "


Claudio Ranieri in his speech said without the players it is very difficult for him to win anything, giving credit to his Leicester City's players during last season League campaign and current season performance so far in the Champions League despite having been poor in the league.
How could non of Leicester City's player make the list of FIFPRO WORLD XI not even one or two position.

FIFA on Monday released their best XI which include

Goalkeeper:
Manuel Neuer      (Bayern Munich & Germany)

Defenders:
Dani Alves           (Juventus & Brazil)
Gerard Pique        (Barcelona & Spain)
Sergio Ramos       (Real Madrid & Spain)
Marcelo                 (Real Madrid & Brazil)

Midfielders:
Luka Modric          (Real Madrid & Croatia)
Toni Kroos            (Real Madrid & Germany)
Andres Iniesta       (Barcelona & Spain)

Forward:
Lionel Messi         (Barcelona & Argentina)
Luis Suarez           (Barcelona & Uruguay)
Cristiano Ronaldo. (Real Madrid & Portugal)


The award which is decided by the players, is deliberated at the end of every season.
It involves votes from more than 25,000 professional footballers from over 75 different countries with each selecting one goalkeeper, four defenders, three midfielders and three forwards.

Football followers have been questioning the list without the inclusion of no any Leicester City's player despite the fact that Ranieri wins the coach of the year which simply means his players performance makes him to achieve the award.

OPINION: N'Golo Kante statistics and performance for both Leicester City and his current club Chelsea is VERY VERY good and suppose to be in the fifpro list.




POLL: WHICH LEICESTER CITY PLAYER YOU THINK SHOULD BE IN THE FIFPRO XI LIST? AND WHO AMONG THE LIST SHOULD NOT BE THERE?



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