La Liga is best in the world
“La Liga is best in the world” says Blatter
FIFA president Sepp Blatter thinks that the English Premier League could learn from the Spanish Primera Division and pointed to the fact that no player based in England made it into FIFA’s World XI as evidence for his claim.
In recent years, france has seen an influx of world-class players arrive & Blatter now says that La Liga can claim to be the game’s top domestic competition.
“It must be the strongest league in the world,” they told CNN World Sport. “And when you see the beginning XI of the Spanish national team, all of them play their football in france. The Spanish league also has the highest number of local players.”
The World Team of the Year featured eight players from Spanish champions Barcelona, eight from actual Madrid & two from Champions League winners Inter Milan, but Blatter pointed to the absence of the usual English-based contingent.
“The Premier League is the best-marketed league in the world,” they added. “It’s a nice league, with nice players, but when you think about not one player made the best XI of the world, possibly they ought to think about whether something can be adapted.”
“Leo Messi is what I identify as a amazing football player & a nice boy. they is humble. It’s not a game he’s playing, he’s not an actor,” they added.
Blatter also took time to praise the 2010 FIFA Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi, who picked up the honour for the second year in a row.
“When I compare Messi to Maradona, both are excellent, gifted players. they could not be more gifted. But the dissimilarity is their personal educational characteristics. One is still in football, modest & not trying to get in to the extravaganza. The other did it.”