All-Time Squads Potential Assessment


Methodological Procedures

All-Time Squad potential assessment is the team players potential calculation for all all-time squads in the museum, is factored by total skill rating application of each of eleven first team players, reserved players and manager based on ; 

1) Primary Proportional criteria of the role of each player that fit to the formation system 
2) Secondary Proportional criteria of functional line in the formation system. 

Hence, there is no exact format of proportion of multifunctional role and functional line as it is depend on the role of player in any system. Offensive sweeper, side-back, central midfielder, winger, trequartista and forward all are considered in this scope and contribute more than one functional line. It is 100 percent weight of rating for only one functional play, are Goalkeeper, pure defender, playmaker and target striker.

In a final calculation of total assessment, proportion of functional line will be 20 percent DF-27.5 Percent MF-20 percent FW-20 percent Manager-12.5 percent Substitution. In ranking of rating, XI rating is secondary comparison in case squad rating is not significant different. Midfield rating is a thirdly comparison in case XI rating is not significant different.  For only eleven players, proportion will be DF-30 Percent MF-40 percent FW-30 percent.

Result

Total Assessment 

Rank
Total
Player XI
Defence
Midfield
Forward
1
World
World
Italy
World
La Liga
2
World Cup
World Cup
World
South Americas
South Ameircas
3
Europe
Series A
Europe
Series A
World Cup
4
Series A
Europe
Series A
World Cup
World
5
South Ameircas
South Americas
World Cup
Western Europe
Argentina
6
UEFA Euro
Brazil
UEFA Euro
Europe
Brazil
7
Argentina
Argentina
Juventus
Brazil
European Cup
8
European Cup
UEFA Euro
AC Milan
France
UEFA Euro
9
Brazil
La Liga
European Cup
Argentina
Europe
10
Western Europe
Western Europe
United Kingdom
Copa America
Real Madrid
11
La Liga
European Cup
Germany
La Liga
Series A
12
Italy
Italy
Rest of Latin Americas
Real Madrid
Western Europe
13
Real Madrid
Real Madrid
England
Juventus
Barcelona
14
Juventus
Juventus
Uruguay
UEFA Euro
Netherlands
15
France
France
Soviet Union
United Kingdom
Portugal
16
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Argentina
European Cup
Hungary
17
AC Milan
AC Milan
South Ameircas
Barcelona
Germany
18
Inter Milan
Inter Milan
London
Manchester United
Inter Milan
19
Netherlands
Germany
Inter Milan
Italy
Iberia
20
Germany
Copa America
Balkan
Inter Milan
Rest of Central Europe
21
England
Netherlands
Yugoslavia
AC Milan
Juventus
22
Barcelona
England
Bayern Munich
England
Italy
23
Rest of Central Europe
Barcelona
Scandinavia
Netherlands
Copa Libertadores
24
Iberia
Hungary
Iberia
Hungary
France
25
Copa America
Iberia
Spain
Rome
AC Milan
26
Hungary
Rest of Central Europe
Czechoslovakia
Rest of Central Europe
Bayern Munich
27
Manchester United
Rest of Latin America
France
Iberia
Copa America
28
Spain
Manchester United
Brazil
Austria
Balkan
29
Austria
Spain
Real Madrid
Spain
England
Bayern Munich
Balkan
Rest of Central Europe
Germany
Scandinavia
30
Rest of Latin Americas
Austria
Netherlands
Ireland
United Kingdom
31
Portugal
Scandinavia
Copa America
Yugoslavia
Rest of Latin Americas
32
London
Yugoslavia
Manchester United
Scandinavia
Spain
33
Balkan
Uruguay
La Liga
Balkan
London
34
Scandinavia
Bayern Munich
Austria
Copa Libertadores
Yugoslavia
35
Uruguay
Copa Libertadores
Liverpool
Uruguay
Austria
36
Yugoslavia
Portugal
Scotland
Bayern Munich
Scotland
37
Copa Libertadores
London
Ireland
Rest of Latin Americas
Sweden
38
Scotland
Rome
Western Europe
Romania
Soviet Union
39
Rome
Czechoslovakia
Hungary
Czechoslovakia
Bulgaria
40
Liverpool
Scotland
Belgium
Portugal
Denmark
41
Soviet Union
Soviet Union
Denmark
Scotland
Peru
42
Czechoslovakia
Ireland
Copa Libertadores
Sweden
Paraguay
43
Sweden
Romania
Paraguay
London
Manchester United
44
Ireland
Sweden
Wales
Peru
Rome
45
Romania
Peru
Rome
Paraguay
Uruguay
46
Peru
Paraguay
Chile
Wales
Liverpool
47
Poland
Liverpool
Romania
Poland
Poland
48
Bulgaria
Poland
Peru
Chile
Romania
49
Belgium
Bulgaria
Sweden
Bulgaria
Belgium
50
Denmark
Wales
Bulgaria
Liverpool
Czechoslovakia
51
Paraguay
Belgium
Barcelona
Belgium
Northern South Americas
52
Wales
Denmark
Poland
Subsaharan Africa
Rest of The Nordic
53
Chile
Chile
Latin North Americas
Soviet Union
Switzerland
54
Switzerland
Subsaharan-Africa
Subsaharan Africa
Northern South Americas
Chile
55
Northern South Americas
Northern South Americas
Portugal
Denmark
Wales
56
Greece
Rest of The Nordic
Turkey
Greece
Subsaharan Africa
57
Subsaharan Africa
Switzerland
Rest of The Nordic
Rest of The Nordic
Ireland
58
Rest of The Nordic
Greece
Greece
Switzerland
Latin North Americas
59
Turkey
Latin North Americas
North Africa
Turkey
Turkey
60
Latin North Americas
Turkey
Oceania
West Asia
Oceania
61
North Africa
North Africa
Northern South Americas
North Africa
East Asia
62
East Asia
Oceania
Switzerland
Latin North Americas
Greece
63
Oceania
West Asia
British North Americas
East Asia
North Africa
64
West Asia
East Asia
West Asia
Oceania
British North Americas
65
British North Americas
British North Americas
East Asia
British North Americas
West Asia

 International Category

Rank
Total
Player XI
Defence
Midfield
Forward
1
Argentina
Brazil
Italy
Brazil
Argentina
2
Brazil
Argentina
Germany
France
Brazil
3
Italy
Italy
England
Argentina
Netherlands
4
France
France
Uruguay
Italy
Portugal
5
Netherlands
Germany
Soviet Union
England
Hungary
6
Germany
Netherlands
Argentina
Netherlands
Germany
7
England
England
Yugoslavia
Hungary
Italy
8
Hungary
Hungary
Spain
Austria
France
9
Spain
Spain
Czechoslovakia
Spain
England
10
Austria
Austria
France
Germany
Spain
11
Portugal
Yugoslavia
Brazil
Ireland
Yugoslavia
12
Uruguay
Uruguay
Netherlands
Yugoslavia
Austria
13
Yugoslavia
Portugal
Austria
Uruguay
Scotland
14
Scotland
Czechoslovakia
Scotland
Romania
Sweden
15
Soviet Union
Scotland
Ireland
Czechoslovakia
Soviet Union
16
Czechoslovakia
Soviet Union
Hungary
Portugal
Bulgaria
17
Sweden
Ireland
Belgium
Scotland
Denmark
18
Ireland
Romania
Denmark
Sweden
Peru
19
Romania
Sweden
Paraguay
Peru
Paraguay
20
Peru
Peru
Wales
Paraguay
Uruguay
21
Poland
Paraguay
Rome
Wales
Poland
22
Bulgaria
Poland
Chile
Poland
Romania
23
Belgium
Bulgaria
Romania
Chile
Belgium
24
Denmark
Wales
Peru
Bulgaria
Czechoslovakia
25
Paraguay
Belgium
Sweden
Belgium
Northern South Americas
26
Wales
Denmark
Bulgaria
Soviet Union
Rest of The Nordic
27
Chile
Chile
Poland
Northern South Americas
Switzerland
28
Switzerland
Northern South Americas
Portugal
Denmark
Chile
29
Northern South Americas
Rest of The Nordic
Turkey
Greece
Wales
30
Greece
Switzerland
Rest of The Nordic
Rest of The Nordic
Ireland
31
Rest of The Nordic
Greece
Greece
Switzerland
Latin North Americas
32
Turkey
Latin North Americas
Northern South Americas
Turkey
Turkey
33
Latin North Americas
Turkey
Switzerland
Latin North Americas
Greece


Big Nations and Union Category


Rank
Total
XI
DF
MF
FW
1
Argentina
Brazil
Italy
Western Europe
Argentina
2
Brazil
Argentina
United Kingdom
Brazil
Brazil
3
Western Europe
Western Europe
Germany
Argentina
Western Europe
4
Italy
Italy
Rest of Latin Americas
United Kingdom
Germany
5
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Argentina
Italy
Iberia
6
Germany
Germany
Balkan
Rest of Central Europe
Rest of Central Europe
7
Rest of Central Europe
Iberia
Scandinavia
Iberia
Italy
8
Iberia
Rest of Central Europe
Iberia
Germany
Balkan
9
Rest of Latin Americas
Rest of Latin America
Brazil
Scandinavia
Scandinavia
10
Scandinavia
Balkans
Rest of Central Europe
Balkan
United Kingdom
11
Balkan
Scandinavia
Western Europe
Rest of Latin Americas
Rest of Latin Americas
12
Subsaharan Africa
Subsaharan-Africa
Subsaharan Africa
Subsaharan Africa
Subsaharan Africa
13
North Africa
North Africa
North Africa
West Asia
Oceania
14
East Asia
Oceania
Oceania
North Africa
East Asia
15
Oceania
West Asia
British North Americas
East Asia
North Africa
16
West Asia
East Asia
West Asia
Oceania
British North Americas
17
British North Americas
British North Americas
East Asia
British North Americas
West Asia


 Club Category

Rank
Total
XI
DF
MF
FW
1
Real Madrid
Juventus
Juventus
Real Madrid
Real Madrid
2
Juventus
Real Madrid
AC Milan
Juventus
Barcelona
3
AC Milan
AC Milan
London
Barcelona
Inter Milan
4
Inter Milan
Inter Milan
Inter Milan
Man Utd
Juventus
5
Barcelona
Barcelona
Bayern Munich
Inter Milan
AC Milan
6
Man Utd
Bayern Munich
Real Madrid
AC Milan
Bayern Munich
7
Bayern Munich
Man Utd
Man Utd
Rome
London
8
London
London
Liverpool
Bayern Munich
Manchester United
9
Rome
Rome
Rome
London
Liverpool
10
Liverpool
Liverpool
Barcelona
Liverpool
Rome


 Competition Category

Rank
Total
XI
DF
MF
FW
1
UEFA Euro
UEFA Euro
UEFA Euro
Copa America
European Cup
2
European Cup
European Cup
European Cup
UEFA Euro
UEFA Euro
3
Copa America
Copa America
Copa America
European Cup
Libertadores
4
Libertadores
Libertadores
Libertadores
Libertadores
Copa America



15 comments:

  1. Recent Update

    East Asia : Choi In-Young out : Kim Byung-Ji in
    Austria : Johann Studnicka in
    Chile : Arturo Vidal in
    Italy : Renato Zaccarealli in

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  2. Anonymous20/7/17

    The first table is yellow and white and I can't read it, please fix it.
    And what's the difference between "Total" and "XI"? The first one is XI plus manager plus substitution?

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    1. Yes, Total means the entire squad include substitution and manager.

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    2. Anonymous17/12/17

      Ok, thanks. And including only players (XI and substitution) and excluding manager, who is the best in history? Argentina or Brazil?

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  3. Anonymous6/12/17

    What is "London"??

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    1. London is an all stars of London team. It competes in official inter cities fair cup match and other https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_XI

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  4. Anonymous28/4/18

    The thing that I do not understand is that some countries feature considerably more or fewer high standard players than would be expected from their international record. Looking at the number of queen class or higher players per country some values make sense Brazil, Germany, Italy and Argentina lead with 39, 35, 31 and 31 receptively but further down there are some odd points for example Scotland has 11 the same number as Uruguay and far more than Columbia (0) or Mexico (1) which have better international records (according to the country evaluation). Likewise Austria has 7 but is likewise worse than Mexico, Switzerland(0) or Chile (1) in all time performance. Northern Ireland and Wales have 4 each while the vast majority of country's at that level like Costa Rica, Ghana, USA, Norway etc. have none. Hungary has 15 yet is just 1 place higher than Chile. While I can understand a country may have featured a couple better players than one that generally does better it simply does not seem plausible that a country like Scotland could have produced so many great players yet still perform worse than countries that had none or that Ryan Griggs, John Charles and 2 other Welsh players could be easily ahead of any players from Costa Rica, South Korea or Egypt (which have no players higher than prince silver) when Wales can qualify for any major tournament. I am not saying you are wrong as I can see that your methods of judging great players are consistent but do you know why this could be the case? Do some countries tend to produce players who play spectacularly for their clubs but show little commitment to or simply play poorly for the national team or just a disproportionate number of great players but not enough good players to put together a good team? Sorry if this is a difficult question and any way thanks for the amazing work you have put into this website I have never seen anything else like it.

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    1. You have an intensive issue here. The number of queen class includes reserved players. Some nations have many queen class attackers but their defenders are below queen class. Most obvious cases are Wales and Portugal.In the assessment, it is more based on players skill than specific performance in club or NT.

      I'm not sure which ranking do you refer that Colombia and Mexico has a better international record than Scotland ? or do you refer to country performance ranking ? If yes, that ranking is all-time performance for reality but here is a model of all-time XI.

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  5. I understand that number of queen class players is not a perfect metric for example it would appear that most countries have relatively fewer defenders in this class than in other positions (Italy is a notable exception). I used this as it easy to quantify and show that Scotland or Hungary not only have more high class players than some similar countries but far more. Yes I used all time country performance ranking in which Mexico(21st) and Colombia (26th) rank higher than Scotland (28th) is there a different ranking on this website I know there are rankings such as the world football elo ratings however I accept the argument that your ranking is a better record of meaningful all time achievement (while the world football elo ratings are more useful I think for seeing the difficulty of beating a team right now). You say that players skill is more important than performance in club or NT I suppose this makes sense so is this to say that Wales had several players who were more skilled than say Cha bum Kun but that their actual performance is lower (in the same way that Ronaldinho was more skilled than Lothar Mattheus but did not necessarily add as much to the teams he played in)? Personally I would prefer to rank players based on the actual contribution they make to teams performance but this makes sense is that what you are saying? That in theory a first XI of the greatest Scottish players of all time would very probably win against the greatest XI Swiz players but that Scotland's actual NT performance is lower. By the way I brought up club Vs national team career based on the fact that a disproportionate number of top players in the EPL seem to have been from the other parts of Britain such as George Best, Kenny Daglish, Ryan Griggs etc. compared to these countries relatively poor international records however I could not think of enough players to really tell.
    Ps I am trying to use several different examples to point out that this is not just one fluke comparison that has produced results which surprise me.

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    1. Now I understand what are you have pointed out. In all-time XI by nation, I select players based on their prime performance or actual contribution as you states. I means only all-time XI assessment is rated by skill. Actually skill is rated from I have watched but it is different from actual performance that skill is independent from circumstantial variable such as injury, mind-set, etc.

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  6. Anonymous7/5/18

    So the criteria that determine that for example Ronaldinho loses his place (I assume to Garrincha) in the all time Brazilian first XI are different to those that determine that the Brazilian XI is stronger than the all time German first XI. Does that mean the it is still valid to consider for example Samuel Eto'o and say his class shows he is clearly not as good a player as George Best? (I know they do not fill the same position but it seems that wingers and strikers in the same class have a similar result in the player evaluation). By the way I know that your analysis shows George Best is a better player than Samuel Eto'o but I am asking if it is possible to see this by examining the International Legendary Museum. Ps I am also not saying that Ronaldinho was more skilled than Garrincha that is just an example of a national squad selection and sorry if the last post marked as a blob is confusing it is of course still me.

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    1. To make easier understanding, I select players here based on their prime of 3 years, if a player better than a player in the prime, he is automatically rated ahead of another regardless of the other performances. This replied your question ?

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  7. Anonymous11/5/18

    ok so it is ONLY peak performance that determines the squads I had not realised that. However to be honest this was not really my question I was asking if players in different all time squads could be directly compared for the most extreme examples. Joseph Hugi is the greatest Swiz player of all time Jimmy McGory is the 9th greatest Scottish player of all time. Joseph is prince silver class Jimmy is queen bronze class and they are both strikers so that would say the Scot is comfortably a better player yet if Scotland are the 28th greatest football nation and Switzerland 19th (country evaluation) then it would seem extremely odd that there are 9 Scottish players better than the greatest Swiz player of all time in a similar situation Nwanko Kanu Nigeria's best ever player appears to be nowhere near as good a player as Gareth Bale not even in the top 5 greatest Welsh players. My original question was how could this be the case from your answer it would seem that Scottish and Welsh players all have extremely good performance for a few years but then lose ability is this the case (I am somewhat sceptical noting this was certainly not the case of Ryan Giggs)?. Or have these countries been blessed with about 10 exceptional players each while most players who have represented the national team have been of poor standard compared to those who represented Switzerland or Nigeria (this seems a little more likely) a combination of these is perhaps possible or is prince bronze class for a Nigerian player not the same as it is for Welsh players? I am not sure how else I can explain it this is the question I have been wondering.

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    1. Now it become clear to me. I think the case you are comparing is not related. The team achievement is much depend on teamwork ability so it does not mean nations with higher ranking must have a better legends in overall. Czechoslovakia is the best example. They're ranked very high in international country list but their legend class is much inferior to Holland and Hungary that is ranked below Czechoslovakia in country ranking.


      Regarding the selection criteria, I'm sorry that did not explain so informatively due to my limitation of time. Actually it is not only peak performance. Basically all players are selected by performance criteria system. However, in specific cases that players were limited in opportunity such as injury, playing in war-time, etc, the prime seasons will be a decisive factor.

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  8. Anonymous11/5/18

    Now that explains it. I think I would still consider the players from similarly performing countries as having been of equal standard overall but that is perhaps just a personal preference as I think a vital component of greatness in a team sport is being able to work with the team even if other factors prevent this and maybe also a bias for international football. I considered bringing up Czechoslovakia but their 8th place in the country evaluation seemed like a rather odd result anyway in any case this is not the only site where I have noticed such a difference for example I noticed previously a site called footballs greatest that included only Hugo Sanchez from Mexico yet all countries with a better result in the world football elo ratings since 1970 (I had not seen this site before) had 9 players or more. As a side note is the use of qualifying in the country evaluation partly to prevent countries in weaker confederations from being rated too highly I noticed that all countries from outside Europe and South America would do better if only world cup and continental champs were considered?

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