I think it would be a toss up between Zola and Bergkamp but there could be others in the running maybe Litmanen. Id like to hear from you guys on who you think the most skilful player in the premiership is.
Idiot!!!1-1-GoalessDraw said:Smoking that bad weed again...are we?:devil:
The most skillful player is between Bergkamp and Henry...
Have you seen Zola's amazing goal this year????
While Zola's goal oozed quality at this stage of his career he has to make way for Thierry, Man of the match in the 2000 UEFA cup final, amongst the top 3 EPL scorers again and if you want to talk about a good goal remember the one against Man Utd, 25 yards out tightly marked with his back to goal, one touch up in the air and turn and volley......Incredible.Henry is only a speedy runner, well maybe he has some skill but that's about it!
Dusan_UK said:Sorry Cokane but Damien Duff does not come into the class as some of the players that have been mentioned above. And sorry but Owen and Beckham have not got any real skill especially Owen who is just quick. Joe Cole is the most skilfull englishman and before him it was Gazza.
Henry, i don't think is the most skilful player in the premiership, everyone is entitled to their opinion but I think yours might be slightly biased.
Duff, i can understand why you would be biased towards your countrymen but he isnt.Erm - Has nobody seen Damien Duff???
He is the only one that has been consistantly individually brilliant all year. He has scored at least 3/4 goals where he has beaten 3 or 4 players and then hit the net on his own.
If its for technique, then Bergkamp wins.
If its for the ability to beat a player with skill and balance then it has to be Duff
Oh i do it on a regular basis....reallyYou tell me how many people could have scored that goal against Deportivo
I am confident you will change your opinion after the World Cup when you will have seen him play a bit more. You obviously haven't seen him much otherwise you wouldn't make such a statement. Just because he has been loyal to his struggling club does not make him any less of a player. Ask yourself, would you be saying this if he played for ManU, Liverpool or Arsenal? I wouldn't be surprised if he gets sold for well over £15million after June.Damien Duff does not come into the class as some of the players that have been mentioned above
Of course I am, but so is everybody here. If you had seen his last couple games Vs Southampton, Vs Denmark maybe you would see where I am coming from. Giggs is truly a fantastic player but he is not what I would describe as "skillful". He has got great control and tremendous pace but so has Michael Owen and he is not regarded as a "skillful" player. When I hear the word "skillful", I think of players like Ronaldo, Figo and Best - players with the god-given ability to beat players in one and one situations, not flying machines like Giggs and Owen who wouldn't be half the players without their pace.Duff, i can understand why you would be biased towards your countrymen but he isnt.