Poll for the best 10 club teams in history- come and vote

roni10_levi

Club Supporter
So... here is the current situation:
top 10:
#1. Liverpool 77'-78'
#2. Milan 89'-90'
#3. Real Madrid 56'-60'
#4. Man Utd 99'
#5. Ajax 71'-73'
#6. Bayern Munich 74'-76'
#7. Real Madrid 2002
#8. Arsenal 2004
#9. Ajax 95'
#10. Man Utd 99'

honourable mentions:
#11. Juventus 85'
#12. Santos 62'-63' & Dortmund 97'
#14. Liverpool 2005 & Benfica 61'-62'

keep on voting. next update- this friday, in 5 days.
 

ShiftyPowers

Make America Great Again
He makes his way around every message board on the internet.

Liverpool 77, L-O-*******-L

Ajax 71, Barca 09 (soon to be 11), no one else is really even close.
 

ShiftyPowers

Make America Great Again
kp40;3039670 said:
Milan 80-90 was.

I think they might be #3, but there's some distance between them and the other two. They didn't win the Scudetto either of those seasons.
 

Juventino

Manager
Staff member
Moderator
Milan from 1980-1990? Late eighties and early nineties for sure with Rijkaard-Gullit-Van Basten, but Juve were the best team in Italy in the early and middle 80's with Michel Platini and the core of the Italian team that won World Cup 1982.
 

roni10_levi

Club Supporter
Hello and good morning everyone. here I'm back with the last update. we are 1 week from the poll's end.
here is the situation:
Top 10:
#1. Liverpool 77'-78'
#2. Milan 89'-90'
#3. Real Madrid 56'-60'
#4. Ajax 71'-73'
#5. Man Utd 99'
#6. Bayern Munich 74'-76'
#7. Real Madrid 2002
#8. Ajax 95'
#9. Arsenal 2004
#10. Man Utd 68'

Honourable mentions:
#11. Juventus 85'
#12. Man Utd 58'
#13. Liverpool 2005 & Santos 62'-63' & Dortmund 61'-62' & Benfica 61'-62'

that's all, dudes. next friday it will be the end and I will post the final results of the poll- top 10 and honourable mentions.
 

Galaxyman

Club Supporter
this thread is ridiculous hahahahha

Basically the top south american team was way superior to the top European team from the mid 60s until the early 80s. (except for a few occasions).

For example, Uruguay's 1966 Peñarol was voted by FIFA and managers in 2004 (100 year anniersary) as one of the top 4 teams in history. Yet no mention of it here :p hahaha.
 

ShiftyPowers

Make America Great Again
Galaxyman;3043093 said:
this thread is ridiculous hahahahha

Basically the top south american team was way superior to the top European team from the mid 60s until the early 80s. (except for a few occasions).

That is absolute bull****. The only reason the South American clubs hold an advantage in the Intercontinental Cup (it's 22-21 btw) it is because clubs like Independiente would go out to injure the European players, and the refs for the games in South America allowed it. Not to mention that there's something fishy about the participants, for example Ajax only competed in 1972 despite winning the European Cup from 71-73; the South American team beat the Euro Pretenders the other two years. Bayern also only played once, in 1976; it wasn't even contested in 1975 for some reason. I see Malmo and Gladbach as participants in the 70s as well; I'm sure neither won the European Cup. Not to mention that it was taken MUCH more seriously by the South American clubs.
 


Top