Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Monthly Power Rankings

A lot has changed from the beginning of September. Some players are performing as expected, while others are playing in great form.

Here are this month's Club and Player Power Rankings.

For the club teams, I will take into account the clubs place in the league standings, the level of competition in the league, and success in international and domestic tournaments.

For the players, I will judge to form in which the player is in by the amount of goals, assists and key plays made. Also keep in mind that when I rank the players every month, it is not only a ranking for that month. (For example, Kaka could be having a great season, have an off month, but still easily be the best player in the world at the moment)

Club Teams:
1. Manchester United (England)
2. Chelsea (England)
3. Inter Milan (Italy)
4. Barcelona (Spain)
5. Real Madrid (Spain)
6. Liverpool (England)
7. Bayern Munich (Germany)
8. Arsenal (England)
9. Lyon (France)
10. AC Milan (Italy)

Players:

1. Lionel Messi (Barcelona)
2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United)
3. Kaka (AC Milan)
4. Xavi Hernandez (Barcelona)
5. Fernando Torres (Liverpool)
6. Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)
7. Samuel Eto'o (Barcelona)
8. Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal)
9. David Villa (Valencia)
10. John Terry (Chelsea)

The rest of the player rankings will be posted in the comments section.

3 comments:

mad6986 said...

1. Lionel Messi
2. Cristiano Ronaldo
3. Kaka
4. Xavi Hernandez
5. Fernando Torres
6. Steven Gerrard
7. Samuel Eto’o
8. Cesc Fabregas
9. David Villa
10. John Terry
11. Rio Ferdinand
12. Iker Casillas
13. Robinho
14. Frank Lampard
15. Emmanuel Adedbayor
16. Ronaldinho
17. Deco
18. Frank Ribery
19. Wayne Rooney
20. Carlos Tevez
21. Thierry Henry
22. Carlos Puyol
23. Andrei Arshavin
24. Andrea Pirlo
25. Andrei Arshavin
26. Zlatan Ibrohimovic
27. Buffon
28. Didier Drogba
29. Michael Ballack
30. Sergio Augero
31. Edwin van der Sar
32. Xabi Alonso
33. Miroslav Klose
34. Sergio Ramos
35. Karim Benzema
36. Alessandro Del Piero
37. Bastian Schweinsteiger
38. Quaresma
39. David Beckham
40. Luca Toni
41. Robin Van Persie
42. Daniele De Rossi
43. Mariek Hamsik

wes said...

I am surprised to Barca in fourth position. They are scoring goals for fun and haven't lost a match for a long time.

Matti said...

I don't think Manchester United deserve first, their performances this season have been extremely varied, some showing the United we all know is there, and others making them look like just another lower mid-table struggling team. Chelsea on the other hand have been performing superbly, playing gorgeous football.