I agree with u 100% on both pionts stated in ur post...TonyYayo187 said:Yeah but at the same time most eastern european players never get the recognition that they deserve so it would be nice to see one of them win although it's so clear that something's wrong.
Gonzo77 said:I've never seen a more lopsided poll. Something has to be wrong with it. I do think that Hagi is a very deserving candidate but for there to be that much disparity, it makes the poll less credible. I can see why Romario and Batistuta got so few votes, because most South Americans don't visit Eurosport website. But for Maldini and Schmeichel to only get 1 percent, while Hagi and Stoichkov get like 50 percent each sends a red flag to me.
Drulo said:I voted for Hagi, how could you say he doesn't deserve to be on that list man? The guy was a magician and although the others were great also, he was definately the most entertaining player on that list.
His problems at Real Madrid and Barça hadn´t relation with his quality. And I know what I´m talking aboutBentex said:you think he was a leading player at Barca?
you should know
if I remember correctly he never even played in the CL in 94/95 and certainly in the two years he was there he only made appearences by sometimes coming of the subs bench.
and going from Real Madrid to relegate and play in Seria B with Brecia is not the form of one of the greatest players of the 90s is it?
Some minutes ago you compared him to Deschamps...Bentex said:but compare him to Stoichkov, Hristo led Barcelona to several la liga titles and cup (including one European cup) he was not a bit part player.
he was a key player.
He also won Fifa world player of the year, how many times has Hagi come close to winning that?