As the 2018 World Cup finishes in Russia, the fever and excitement of the world’s largest international tournament is at the peak with the best players and best teams in the world. Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, as the two top players in football history, did not succeed in the World Cup and returned home with their empty hands. At the time of writing this article, the games are in the semi-finals and there is a game between the teams of France and Belgium on the one hand, and of course, Croatia and England, which is likely to be the result of these two sensitive and self-esteem before the release of this article. The stuck is also specified.
Whatever happens and any team that reaches the final and ultimately wins the tournament, this world cup is undoubtedly bringing together some of the top players in soccer history, as always. But the World Cup has not always hosted all the players on the planet in its era. For example, in the same World Cup, the two great teams of Italy and the Netherlands, with all their stars, could not reach the final stage among 32 teams, and thus many of the best players in the world who were present in these teams did not get the chance to win the World Cup.
Players such as Gareth Bale, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Pierre Amer Obamiang also failed to attend the tournament. But during the history of football, there have been some top players who have never been able to compete in the World Cup, although in their time they were considered unbeatable football stars.
6- Georges Vaha
Africa will benefit from increasing teams from the World Cup to 48 teams in the coming years. The football of this continent, which is no longer the same as in the past, is the result of a number of powerful teams that all deserve to be in the final, and each has a few top players and players who play in the best European leagues. During the 1980s and ’90s, Georges Vaha was recognized as one of the first talented African and world class Africans to come to Europe by Arsène Wenger, then coach of Monaco France. Waha was soon known as a full-fledged goalkeeper and transferred to the AC Milan-Italy team, which at that time was superior to Europe, after shining in Paris Saint-Germain and winning the 1995 balloon.
At the national level, however, the Liberian nationality could not be tolerated.He is still the only known player from the country to the world of football and only in the last years of his career, had a chance to attend the World Cup, but eventually he was not able to reach the final stage of the World Cup with only one point. To receive. Waha is today the Liberian president and has plenty of plans to expand his country’s sporting sport, and it seems that in the coming years, with the increase in the quota of African teams, we will see for the first time the participation of the Liberia team in the World Cup.
Today, almost all footballers are lonely, and others are more than others. But the first footballer in football history to become a lullaby was undoubtedly George Clinton, who in the 1960’s moved to non-fiction magazines, calling for the title of “The Fifth Beatles.” The famous winger, who was born in Belfast, Ireland, joined Manchester United at the age of adolescence, and together with Bobby Charlton and Denis La formed a terrible strike line called “United Triangle” And now all three of them are statues outside Old Trafford. After winning the European Cup in 1968 by United, the life of the lady’s aristocrat forced him to distance himself from the top.
Despite the fact that he was still on the football field as a player at age 36, he was not invited to the national team in 1986 when Northern Ireland came to the World Cup for the first and only time, because, according to Billy Bingham, The team’s head coach has been in the lead for many years. Beating over drinking alcohol in the aftermath of his life was also blocked by John George and eventually killed him in 2005. If he could overcome his monster inside, it would undoubtedly be the end of the professional career of this top football player in the World Cup.
4. Ryan Giggs
One might say that Ryan Giggs is one of the most ignored players in football history. Like Paul Scholes, he never looked for fame and focused more on his work in the ground, and so he had attained every honor that could have been at Manchester United for more than 20 years. During this time he won 13 league titles and 2 Champions League titles and scored at least one goal each season in their 21st season in the English Premier League, a record that may never be broken. Perhaps Giggs was the missing piece of the English middle-class puzzle that harassed the golden generation of the team, and Ryan Giggs could be proud of himself and the UK by filling out the only void of the British squad.
But since he was born in Cardiff, Wales and from his Welsh father, he was only internationally qualified for Wales, and between 1991 and 2007 Giggs played 64 matches for his country team. . Until recently, with the help of Gareth Bale, they managed to reach Euro 2016, the Welsh national team has always been the weakest 4-nation national team in the UK. The only team in the World Cup is 1958, which was long before Ryan Giggs sparkled as a world class player.Although he played as the captain of the British team at the Olympics, his presence in the FIFA World Cup is now only possible as a coach, which may be guided by him in the coming years.
3- Jan Rush
The other top football player in the world that denied his Welsh nationality was to defeat him from the World Cup, with Jan Rush, who has been in the lead for Liverpool as Manchester United’s biggest opponent. Between 1980 and 1996, Jan Rush was a regular player to Liverpool’s Morsi Siding, and only 2 years in Italy where the Juventus team (which first year was immediately lent to Anfield’s reds) kept his entire football career in his favorite team. To make Rush is still the top goalscorer for Liverpool with 346 goals, helping him win five European Championships and two European coaches. Rush still holds many records: the most goals scored in Derby Morsi Sid between Liverpool and Everton with 25 goals and the most goals scored in the FA Cup final with 5 goals.
Of course he is one of the most iconic mustaches of football history! Rush has until recently scored the top scorer in the history of the Wales national team with 28 goals, which lost the record after last year’s Gareth Bale hat-trick against China. During his 16 years at Liverpool, he did not succeed in bringing his national team to the final stage of the World Cup. If he, Giggs and Gareth Bale were in a generation of football, Wales was undoubtedly one of the worst strikes in history.
If you ask someone who names the top 5 football players in history, the first name of the stairs and maradona will be announced first, but for those who are a bit more familiar with the world of football, names such as Franz Beckenbauer, Johan Cruyff and Franz Puskash are also in This list will have some place. These few exclusive and top-notch football players are a part of their success, reputation and reputation for their glory in the World Cup, but the player who could see himself in the World Cup without being in the World Cup was none other than Alfredo Di Stéfano. Despite being in the three national teams, he could never play in the World Cup.
Di Stefano began his career in Argentina, and immediately after the end of World War II he was six times in charge of the national team. He then made seven other games for the Colombian national team, and eventually came to Spain in 1958. After Di Stéfano became the legendary midfielder of Real Madrid, his name was immortalized in the club’s football history, and in the next 10 years he was the undisputed ruler of European football. Di Stefano scored in the last five consecutive appearances in the final of the European Cup (current Champions League) from 1956 to 1960.
Di Stefano lost his 1958 World Cup after gaining Spanish citizenship, because his new country failed to qualify for the World Cup finals. In 1962, at the age of 36, Di Stéfano seemed to have a great chance to take part in his first World Cup, but he was injured before the start of the tournament and immediately left the world of football. Thus, the top player in the history of Real Madrid and one of the geniuses of the football world has never been able to attend the World Cup.
1. Eric Cantona
Eric Cantona was the first to play in charity at Old Trafford for more than 20 years on May 22, and was promoted to be one of the heroes and legends of the history of the Manchester United Club. The duration of the Frenchman’s presence in the Manchester City team was only five years old, but his scoring ability and his particular character made Cantona immortalize the Old Trafford King as the “king” of the club forever. With the current strength of the French national team, it’s unbelievable to say that once the French national team was not very impressive.
But since the third place in the 1986 FIFA World Cup, the cousins have never been able to succeed in the next 20 years by succeeding in the World Cup finals.They became the host and then defender of the championships directly in the 1998 and 2002 championships after being absent from the World Cup finals in 1990 and 1994. The decline of the French national team was accompanied by the peak of Eric Cantona’s professional career, and thus Cantona never succeeded in knocking out his famous jacket in the final round of the World Cup for cockroaches.
It is not clear, if Cantona was invited to the national team if the French national team was in the final round of the World Cup, because he had a very tricky relationship with the French coaches. Cantona spoke to the football world in 1997, but was told that if he was invited to the 1998 World Cup, he wanted to return to the world of football. But Cantona, who was deprived of being in the national team in 1995 because of an attack on a soccer player, gave Zinedine Zidane a foul on France, with his two goals in the final to be the first and only cup in the history of the Cup. The world.
Other top players who have never met the opportunity to take part in the World Cup include Lelglo Kubala, one of the five top players in the history of the Barcelona team and played for Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Spain, but succeeded in attending the World Cup Failed. Duncan Edwards was a lucrative and prolific player to the England national team, who was killed in a plane crash involving Manchester United players in 1958 over Munich in 1958. Liam Brady was a player to the Irish national team that never succeeded in joining the World Cup.