Top Midfielders and Forwards in FIFA 2010

by on June 11, 2010
in FIFA

2010_FIFA_World_Cup_logo“He sliced the ball when he had it on a plate.” Ron Atkinson

Ever wondered what mid fielders are doing in the middle of strikers and the defenders? Possession of the ball is their prey and they make sure that the opposing team never gets ahold of the ball any time soon. Mid-fielders play a central role and that is to slice and pass the ball to strikers. Mid-fielders have a lot of team caries and it might depend on the overall formation of the team. In FIFA 2010, many of the best mid-fielders are going to appear. Let’s have a quick look into the striking mid-fielders who are going to rock the ground and pass the ball to strikers and defenders:

Portugal Presenting:

  • Christiano Ronaldo

Spain Presenting:

  • Xavi Hernandez
  • Andres Iniesta
  • Cesc Fabregas
  • David Silva

From Netherlands:

  • Wesley Sneijder
  • Arjen Robben

From Brazil:

  • Kaka

From France:

  • Franck Ribery

From England:

  • Steven Gerrard
  • Frank Lampard

From Italy:

  • Andrea Pirlo
  • De Rossi

From Mexico:

  • Andres Guardado

From Argentina:

  • Javier Mashcerano


From Slovakia:

  • Marek Hamsik

From Ivory Coast:

  • Yaya Toure

These are the top few mid-fielders who are going to rock the maximum area of the football stadium with their exclusive passes to strikers and defenders!

Don’t wait, make a list of your favorites too!

“If a man watches three football games in a row, he should be declared legally dead.” Erma Bombeck

Above quote certainly makes sense when it comes to forwards (strikers) performing at their best to win the match for their team. Forwards play the closest to the goal of the opponent’s team because forwards are responsible to score goals. It is the most advanced position and the players playing at this position are the most expensive. The positions usually taken by strikers are center forward, striker, second striker, and winger.

FIFA World Cup 2010 is going to have some very outstanding strikers from different teams. They have been serving their teams previously and are going to be at their best in this world cup too. A few of the best strikers are:

Argentina Presenting:

  • Lionel Messi
  • Sergio Aguero
  • Carlos Tevez
  • Gonzalo Higuain
  • Diego Alberto Milito

France Presenting:

  • Thiery Henry
  • Nicolas Anelka
  • Karim Benzema

Spain Presenting:

  • David Villa
  • Fernando Torres

England Presenting:

  • Wayne Rooney
  • Ivory Coast Presenting:
  • Didier Drogba

Cameroon Presenting:

  • Samuel Eto’o
  • Uruguay Presenting:
  • Diego Forlan

Brazil Presenting:

  • Luis Fabiano

Germany Presenting:

  • Miroslav Klose

Netherlands Presenting:

  • Klaas Jan-Huntelaar
  • Robin Van Persie

Striking strikers, aren’t they? Get ready to see your favorite strikers from all over the world!

Keep rocking!

Comments

7 Responses to “Top Midfielders and Forwards in FIFA 2010”
  1. R3dian says:

    Spain is a class in all three departments but there midfield has most strongest players

  2. fiza says:

    Kaka and Ronaldo thats why i love Brazil and Portugal 😉

  3. Mohsin Meer says:

    Nothing but all praise for providing all this info in a very eye-pleasing style.

  4. Nomad says:

    Great summary of the pivotal position on the field. Mid-fielders are the bridges among their teams and nobody wants to depend onf a weak bridge. Having said that, it’s no wonder that even though strikers enjoy the maximum spotlight of glamour in Universe Football, no striker is effective without dependable mid-fielders. Consequently,the teams have some of their superstars playing on the mid-field positions. Mid-fielders take full charge of the game, they’ve more ground to cover than their teammates, so they get to enjoy the maximum on-screen exposure. Your sum up is thorough on the strongest links of any football team. I’m unable to pick favorites here. Please keep adding more to the list.

  5. hamid Sheikh says:

    first of all, alot of the players mentioned here dont even play in mid-field 🙂 for example, frank ribery is a left winger and CR is a centre forward/winger and not a mid-fielder 🙂 None the less a few picks for this world cup would definitely be juan sebestian veron from Argentina, Pirlo from Italy and Stevie G from england. Their aggressive style of play makes them a top contender for big assists and creating exquisite chances for the forward line to score.

  6. che3ny says:

    I think its going to be a treat to watch Ronaldo Vs Kaka in the pool game and i think its good to highlight the stars in the beginning of the world cup always helps in following them throughout the world cup!

  7. R3dian says:

    @Hamid

    i don’t see a single person in this list who don’t belong to midfield. As far as my information football all these players are referred as midfielders in many football blogs. As far as your concern about winger in midfield there is a lot of sub categories one of them is winger so wingers are also fall in the category of midfield. For more know how about midfield kindly check this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midfielder#Winger 🙂

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