Goal scoring, goalkeeping and coaching in FIFA World Cup- The Overall Perception

by on May 31, 2014
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Goal scoring, goalkeeping and coaching in FIFA World Cup- The Overall Perception

Goal scoring: Ronaldo, the most famous and successful football player from The Brazil National team had been famed as the top scorer, overall the grand finale of the world cup, in the year of 1998-2006. Miroslav Klos from The Germany National Football Team had been famed for the top scorer, in the year of 2002, 2006 and 2010. Gerd Muller from the German Team had been famed for the top scorer in the year of 1970, 1974. Pele, the famous Brazilian footballer had been famed for the top scoring in the world cup, in the year of 1958, 1962, 1966 and 1970. Ali Daei from Iran Football Team had been famed as the most goal scorer and overall qualifying in the year of 1994-2006. Just Fontain from France National Football Team had been framed as the top scorer of the most goals in the year of 1958.

Goal Keeping: Peter Shilton from England football team had been famed as most clean sheets, finals played without conceding 1982-1990. Fabien Barthez, from the National team of France had been famed as the fairest sheets, tournaments played without conceding in the year of 1998-2006. Walter Zenga from Italy National football team had been famed as the most sequential minutes without granting a goal in the grand finale in the year of 1990. Hong Duck Yung from South Korean team had been titled as the most goals granted in one tournament in the year of 1954. Antonio Carbajaj from the National Team of Mexico had been titled for the most goals granted. Pascal Zuberbuhler from the National Team of Switzerland, had been titled for the fewest granted goals in one tournament in the year of 2006.

Coaching:  Helmut Schon from The West Germany National football team had been titled for the most tournaments coached in the year of 1966-1978. Vittorio Pozzo from the football team of Italy had been famed for the most tournaments championships in the year of 1934-1938. Juan Jose Tramutola had been titled as the youngest coach from The Argentina National Football Team, aged 27 years, in the year of 1930. Otto Rehhagel had been titled as the oldest coach from Greece football team, aged 71 years, in the year of 2010. Milorad Arsenijevic had been titled for the best appearance both as the goalkeeper and the player from Yugoslavia football team. He participated in the tournament as a player in the year of 1930 and later as a coach in the year of 1950. Franz Beckenbauer had been titled for the winning tournaments as a captain of the West Germany Football Team and also as a head coach. He won the tournament as a captain in the year of 1974, and as a coach in the year of 1990. Mario Zagallo from the Brazilian team had been titled for participating in the tournaments, both as a player and a head-coach. He appeared as a player in the year of 1958 and 1962, and as a coach, years of 1970 and 1998.

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