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Monday, 02 May 2005 12:03:38
MILAN - (ANSA) - With 248 points, Inter are currently fourth in the IFFHS (International Federation of Football History and Statistics) Club World Ranking, behind Manchester United (264 points), AC Milan (261) and Boca Juniors (250). After Inter come Newcastle (247), Monaco (237), Chelsea (233), Schalke 04 (231), Arsenal (231) and Bayern Munich (229).

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Does anyone know how these rankings work?
 

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Newcastle!!?
Monaco!!?
Scheisse 04 !!!!?????????????

R u sure this isn't some drunk's idea of a bad joke?
 

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Yeh it seems weird. Thats why i want to know how these rankings work?
 

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I think they work according to who gained the most points in a specific period. For example, Milan probably got the most points in Italy since the start of the year and that's why they're high in the rankings.

I'm just guessing though.
 

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nop .. noway thats true .. Man U hav been crap and so hav NewCastle !
 

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yeah, because if thats how it works, Rosenborg or Steaua Bucuresti or maybe FK Austria should be top.
 

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Schalke above the Arse.....True :howler: :D
Well at least that makes sense a bit as Schalke are second in the Bundesliga and have made it to the German Cup final, so they're having a good season.

Anyway, IFFHS are crap. Zamalek was chosen as the World's best club back in February 2003, just because they had a good run in our league and won the African Super Cup. And I bet most of you haven't even heard of them before...

Btw, Inter was chosen as the World's best club back in January.
 

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vlepnat said:
Monday, 02 May 2005 12:03:38
MILAN - (ANSA) - With 248 points, Inter are currently fourth in the IFFHS (International Federation of Football History and Statistics) Club World Ranking, behind Manchester United (264 points), AC Milan (261) and Boca Juniors (250). After Inter come Newcastle (247), Monaco (237), Chelsea (233), Schalke 04 (231), Arsenal (231) and Bayern Munich (229).

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Does anyone know how these rankings work?
I have no idea!! where is Real!? they won 95 competetion in thier history!!
 

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vlepnat said:
Monday, 02 May 2005 12:03:38
MILAN - (ANSA) - With 248 points, Inter are currently fourth in the IFFHS (International Federation of Football History and Statistics) Club World Ranking, behind Manchester United (264 points), AC Milan (261) and Boca Juniors (250). After Inter come Newcastle (247), Monaco (237), Chelsea (233), Schalke 04 (231), Arsenal (231) and Bayern Munich (229).

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Does anyone know how these rankings work?

From: http://www.iffhs.de/

"How the Club World Ranking is made

The World Club Ranking was started monthly since January 1st, 1991 and the information is globally distributed early in the following month. This ranking takes into consideration the results of twelve months of continental and intercontinental competitions, national league matches (including play-offs) and the national cup. In those countries having several national cup competitions, only the one organised by the national federation is included. Since the cup competition systems are diverse at the preliminary stage level, we assign only the points won in eight-finals, quarter-finals, semi-finals and the final. The points are assigned based upon a rating system of the level of performance of each national league. In the case of matches decided by penalty-kicks, each team receives half of the points in contention.
All national leagues are rated at four levels based upon performance. In this grouping, each country (where the club plays) is assigned a number indicating the performance level of each national league. Clubs in the highest level leagues receive 4 points for each match won, 2 for a draw and 0 for a defeat. Level 2 is assigned 3 pts. (win), 1.5 (draw) and 0 (lost), and so on with the next lower levels. The same system applies for the play-off matches.

In the continental competitions, all clubs receive the same number of points at all stages regardless of the performance level of their leagues. In the case of draws each team receives 50% of the points in dispute and 0 points for a lost match. The points are distributed equally to teams in matches decided by penalty-kicks. All Asia, Africa and CONCACAF continental competitions have the same point-assignment system: 8 points for a win, 4 for a draw; in the preliminary tournament phases for The Caribbean and Oceania zones, only 4 and 2 points are assigned for win and draw. In the South American competitions the clubs receive 12 points for a win, 6 for a draw; and in the European 14 and 7 points, respectively. Competitions between two continents are evaluated depending upon their importance. In the FIFA World Club Cup, the awarding system for wins and draws is determined by averaging the number of points assigned for wins and draws in each of the other continental competitions.

Those competitions not organized by a continental confederation, or any intercontinental events not recognized by FIFA, are not taken into consideration for the World Club Ranking. Any competition cancelled before completion alters the point system. In order to equalise the chances of South American and European clubs we do not consider the result of previous matches already played in said tournament.

The World Club Ranking is a precise classification showing the real level of the clubs free of any subjective influence. It is the result of a profound analysis that allows us to fairly report the level of international performance for each country. "
 

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rankings of teams is just stupid

nobody can do it right or even close to accurate
 
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