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Donnchadh (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Name a player who has a goal scoring ratio of over. 75 for their country.

Who has the most clean sheets in international footballing histroy?
Pragathish (AC Milan) 2 years ago
Ronaldo(not the hairgel abuser)    By "who" you mean country or player? (sorry I had to ask!)
GreatScot (Rangers)(Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
I'll go for Kluivert of Holland and i'll guess at Pagliuca former Italy International(and one of my all time favourite keepers!)
TheBarcaShow (Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
Puskas?
Kimaway17 (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Erm Ali Daei? And no clue with the clean sheets
Jesuriya (AS Roma) 2 years ago
1) pele.  
Jesuriya (AS Roma) 2 years ago
2) yashin
Jesuriya (AS Roma) 2 years ago
2) cassilas
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 2 years ago
Pele  Buffon
Rockerr (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Gerd Muller
Jesuriya (AS Roma) 2 years ago
Donnchadh revel the answers...
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Sorry boys I have been off for quite some time

For the .75 goal ratio there are a few answers. Puskas is one 84 in 85 appearances dumb really haha, Gerd Muller is another he had a ridiculous goal scoring ratio for West Germany of 1.09. Ali Daeli has the most international goals scored at 109 but a ratio just under the mark at .73, many guessed Pele which is correct .84 77 in 92 matches. There are also two Scandinavians with ridiculous goal scoring records Poul Nielsen of Denmark has 52 in 38!? And Sven Rydell of Sweden has 49 in 43. There are probably others, these are all I could find. I think it may be some time before a player for his country has this kind of prolific record again. The game is becoming more defensive, especially at the international level.


Going with that trend I believe it is two modern goalkeepers who hold the most clean sheets for their country. Edwin Van der Sar has a ridiculous 71 clean sheets for the Netherlands. Casillas may be up there too, he had kept 52 clean sheets as of 2009. I am pretty sure Van der Sar holds that record though. Much harder to find these kind of clean sheet records than goal scoring records haha. Peter Shilton is up there too with 66, and shares a record with Barthez(really Barthez haha) of having kept 10 WC clean sheets. If you can do some research and find someone with more than the 71 of VDS I would love to see it. Thomas Ravelli may be one to look into, as well as getting an updated number for Casillas. Most of my numbers I got from this awesome list.


Link: discusssoccer.myfreeforum.org/viewtopic.php?t=45&a... ;start=0



p.s. Prag and Greatscott Ronaldo has 62 in 98 caps, while Kluivert has 40 in 79 both wonderful tallies, just harder to score goals in the modern international game. Look at the best player in the world right now I don't think his ratio can be above 2 in 5 for Argentina. Though he doesn't really play in that pure goal scoring role, especially for Argentina (Maradona has 34 in 91 Messi has 17 in 60). I am surprised that the leading dutch goal scorer is Patrick with 40 so many legends, Cruijff, Neeskens, Rep, Van Basten, Gullit, Bergkamp, Van Nistelrooy, Van Persie
TheBarcaShow (Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
Not sure on the clean sheets. But looking at caps wise I am sure Zoff, Maier, and Zubizarreta can probably bring some good numbers
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 2 years ago
What team has never BEEN relegated from the Serie A?
Pragathish (AC Milan) 2 years ago
Inter (damn)
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 2 years ago
Screw you
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Yeah, we all know how much BS there is in that answer.... Should have been relegated you know when, but Moratti will get his sooner or later
TheBarcaShow (Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
Which team(s) other than FC Barcelona and Real Madrid have never been relegated from La Liga?
GreatScot (Rangers)(Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
Deportivo, Atletico and Valencia?
GreatScot (Rangers)(Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
Double post!
Pragathish (AC Milan) 2 years ago
Athletic Bilbao
Kimaway17 (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Bilbao. Read that somewhere
TheBarcaShow (Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
Yes it is Athletic Bilbao
Jesuriya (AS Roma) 2 years ago
Which is the world's oldest international football tournament? Easy one!
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 2 years ago
Olympics
Jesuriya (AS Roma) 2 years ago
No....  
Rockerr (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Copa America maybe?
GreatScot (Rangers)(Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
World Cup?
Jesuriya (AS Roma) 2 years ago
It's copa america.... Rockerr got it
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
I hold the record for being the most capped player in my native country.
I have played in 4 premier league derbies in 4 different countries in Europe.
I had a shot named after me, following my performance at Euro 96.
I retired in 2007.
Who am I?
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Patrick Kluivert?
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
No, not Kluivert, although I'm wondering if my clues were too general to give a legitimate guess.... I will add further clues if it seems like no one is getting close to the right answer
ManUK (Manchester United) 2 years ago
The Poborsky lob! I can't believe I remember that haha
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
So much for new clues.... Good job ManUK
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 2 years ago
That's a way to come through mank don't know how many people have a shot named after them Sam haha nice one
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
I hold the record for most goals scored in all competitions in one season.
I was the first player to wear the number "9" in club football.
I had more goals than appearances for my national team.
The club for which I had the most appearances erected a statue of me outside their stadium in 2001.
Who am I?
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 2 years ago
I think I may know this one but I will leave it up for others to take a pop at, nice one Sam
Somere (Portmore Utd) 2 years ago
Eusebio?
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
No, not Eusebio
Pragathish (AC Milan) 2 years ago
Batigol?
Rockerr (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Gerd Muller
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
No
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Dixie Dean is what I would have said up top
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Yeah, good job Dixie Dean is the right answer, , , , , , going back decades with that one
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
I began my playing career at Corinthians in Brazil as a defender.
I moved on to Sporting Lisbon in Portugal, where I made 37 appearances.
I only scored 1 goal while at Sporting; however what was unique about this goal was that it remains the fastest recorded shot in history.
I now currently play alongside my brother in Germany.
Who am I?
Somere (Portmore Utd) 2 years ago
Ronny?
ManUK (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Edu? Although I don't think he played for Sporting Lisbon
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Somere, you are going to have to qualify that answer
Pragathish (AC Milan) 2 years ago
Hmm, really no idea!
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
I hold the record for youngest player to ever play in the Champions League.
I also hold the record for youngest player sent off from a champions league match.
I have won an Olympic gold medal.
Who am I?
ManUK (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Lionel Messi?
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
No, not Messi
Somere (Portmore Utd) 2 years ago
Sergio Aguero or yakubu
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
No...
GreatScot (Rangers)(Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
I think I heard Chelsea target Lakuku is the youngest player to play champions league, don't know he's won an olympic medal or been sent off though?

So i'll try him!
Jesuriya (AS Roma) 2 years ago
Babayaro at 16 years. The younger one of babayaro brothers remember then both playing for nigeria. Not like botang brothers facing each others. Lol
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Jesuriya on the money.... Celestine Babayaro is the right answer.
Won a gold medal at the 1996 Olympics with Nigeria.
First played in the champions league with Anderlecht, and became the youngest player to receive a red card in the UEFA Champions League when he was sent off in a match between Steaua Bucuresti and his club Anderlecht (1-1) at an age of 16 years and 86 days
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
What is the highest goal scoring margin aggregate in European football? Name the two teams involved and the goal margin involved
Somere (Portmore Utd) 2 years ago
Manchester united vs roma 9-2
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Decent guess but no...
ManUK (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Sporting Lisbon and Bayern Munich, it was something like 12-1
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
ManUK to the rescue again...
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 2 years ago
Who was the first player born after the Champions League banner to appear in the competition itself? (Easy Google One)
Somere (Portmore Utd) 2 years ago
Am going to take a wild guess and say mceachren
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 2 years ago
Back to the drawing board
ManUK (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Absolutely no idea
GreatScot (Rangers)(Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
Jack Wilshere?!    I have no idea either, that's just a wild guess! Lol
Pragathish (AC Milan) 2 years ago
Let me take a shot : El Sharawwy?
Rockerr (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Lukaku, what else to expect from a blues fan hah
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 2 years ago
Its McEachran, by "Back to the drawing board" I meant for me
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Can you name the only four teams to win the Champions League without being the reigning domestic champions in their country? In what years were these feats accomplished?
GreatScot (Rangers)(Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
Liverpool.... '05' I know that one, i'll have to get the thinking cap on now!  
Somere (Portmore Utd) 2 years ago
Nottingham Forrestm milan, leeds and liverpool
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Liverpool 04-05 is one of the teams.... Don't think Nottingham Forest is.... Will have to check...
TheBarcaShow (Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
Real Madrid 2000, 2002 Liverpool 05 and Milan 07 are the only recent ones to come to mind
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Are we talking since the European competition had it's named changed to the Champions League? Or just all time.

Liverpool in 05 for sure, Milan in 07, that's all I got. Nice one as always Sam
ManUK (Manchester United) 2 years ago
I think Nottingham forest is one as well, but I'm not sure about leeds
Somere (Portmore Utd) 2 years ago
Chmpions league or european cup?    Nottingham Forrest, milan, liverpool, aston villa    
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
That would be the champions league as it currently exists; most of the teams have already been mentioned above by TheBarcaShow
AC Milan (2002-2003, 2006-2007), Liverpool (2004-2005), Real Madrid (1999-2000, 2001-2002)
Kimaway17 (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Liverpool 2004/2005. Milan 2006/2007
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Who has scored the most champions league hat tricks since the competition had it's change in name?

P. S. I changed it so the new posts show up first
ManUK (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Thank you, I was getting tired of clicking the newest button over and over again
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Inzaghi (the legend) and Michael Owen...
Jesuriya (AS Roma) 2 years ago
I will also go with inzhagi
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Inzaghi is the answer. There are a bunch of players on two Owen is one of them, Inzaghi is the only one on three, I am pretty sure
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Can you name the English player(s) who have won the European Player of the Year award and the year(s) in which the award(s) was/were won?
Somere (Portmore Utd) 2 years ago
Bobby charlton 1966. I think owen and beckham won it
ManUK (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Sir Bobby Charlton and Owen
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Four players have won it on five occasions. Stanley Matthews (1956), Bobby Charlton (1966), Kevin Keegan (1978 & 79), Michael Owen (2001)
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Which English team plays at the highest altitude in England?  Where would I find the stadium located at the highest altitude in the world?
GreatScot (Rangers)(Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
In the world I believe is Bolivia, they have beat teams like Argentina and Brazil at home using the altitude to their advantage!

English team I don't know maybe Newcastle @ St. James's park?
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Not St. James' Park.... A little addendum- talking only about teams in the Premier League or Championship
You are on the right track with Bolivia...
ManUK (Manchester United) 2 years ago
English teams, are we talking premier league or any english team?
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 2 years ago
Perhaps in Peru for the world question
ManUK (Manchester United) 2 years ago
I think it's Equador, they have some majorly high stadiums
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Highest altitude stadium in England- the Hawthorns, home of West Brom. (168m above sea level)

Highest stadium in the world- Estadio Hernando Siles in La Paz, Bolivia, which stands 3,637 m above sea level

Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Outside of the traditional powerhouses of Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay, what is the best placed finish for a South American team at the World Cup? Which year was it in?
Jesuriya (AS Roma) 2 years ago
Paraguay  
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
No, not Paraguay
Jesuriya (AS Roma) 2 years ago
Not paraguay? Then it should be mexico or chile
ManUK (Manchester United) 2 years ago
I'm fairly certain it's mexico (if that counts as south america)
TheBarcaShow (Footytube Staff) 2 years ago
Chile I think, Third place but I couldn't tell you the year. 50's or 60's maybe
Sam (Juventus) 2 years ago
Correct answer is Chile in 1962. It didn't hurt that they hosted the tournament LOL!



   
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