Currently the app I use most on my iPod Touch is “The Football App”. It has the most interesting information: recent news, video clips, up to date results and tables. And for live matches, there’s a ticker showing you everything that is happening (great if you can’t watch the match).
The number 1 game I play at the moment is PES 2012 (I just started playing PES2013 demo – it’s really good). I also play football with my dad in the garden as often as possible. So, overall I know a lot about football now and it’s my favourite pastime.
I was thinking about which world league is the best. National teams are the best players from that country, club teams are the best players that the team has bought, why not have league teams which would have the best players from that league? My main reason I would like this is because leagues like Liga BBVA have Messi and Ronaldo but they’re from different countries and different clubs. What if they played in the same team?
I made four teams: Spain, England, Italy and the rest of the world. Each team would have the best players from that country’s top league. The rest of the world is then all leagues other than Spain, England and Italy. Here are my teams:
Did you notice my nickname for Fabregas? It’s PrinCesc Fabregas. This is because in PES 2012 the commentator trying to say, “It’s Cesc Fabregas”, sounds like he is saying “Princess Fabregas”.
I would want each team to play each other twice in a league. This would mean that each team would get 6 games. I can imagine the league table looking something like this by the end of the tournament:
I think Spain would win because they have some of the best players in the world.
This is what I think the goal tally would end like:
Obviously Messi gets the Golden Boot with a brilliant average of 2 goals a game. This is what he has already got in this season’s Spanish league. Also, Ronaldo is not in such good form at the moment (he hasn’t scored in 2 games and Madrid have 1 point out of 6). Otherwise he’d be 2nd.
I wonder if this tournament would ever take place. I really hope it does. It’d be as exciting as the World Cup.