HAHAHAHAH A STRIKER? You don't even know the player you autistic teenage mongol. Laudrup is an attacking midfielder, better than Zidane in every offensive category you can find.
17 games in Champions League HAHAHAH, 228 matches in La Liga HAHAHA and 4 asissts? HAHAHAAH nice link you found there 3rd worlder
- here, go find 85 minutes of Zidane passing the ball like this HAHAHAHA
Quotes on Laudrup
Romário: "The best player I have ever played with and the 4th best in the history of the game."
Raúl: "The best I have ever played with."
"A genius! ...The reason why I make so many goals is Laudrup."
"Michael was a magician and one of the greatest players ever. He was amazing in one-on-ones too. I always say that Laudrup had three eyes, not two like everyone else. As a forward, I had to be aware all the time, because he could make you a chance out of nothing and you had to be prepared for that moment."
Andrés Iniesta: "Who is the best player in history? Laudrup."
Lionel Messi: "I fully understand why he is considered one of the best players in Barcelona's history and even the world."
"One of the most difficult players I have worked with. When he gives 80–90% he is still by far the best, but I want 100%, and he rarely does that."
(After Real Madrid with Laudrup had won 5–0 over Cruyff's Barcelona): "When Michael plays like a dream, a magic illusion, determined to show his new team his extreme abilities, no one in the world comes anywhere near his level."
"Had Michael been born in a poor ghetto in Brazil or Argentina with the ball being his only way out of poverty he would today be recognised as the biggest genius of the game ever. He had all the abilities to reach it but lacked this ghetto-instinct, which could have driven him there."
"One of the biggest talents ever. The best in the world on the training pitch, but never used his talent to its fullest during matches."
"Michael had everything except for one thing: he wasn't selfish enough."
Pep Guardiola: "The best player in the world, I can't believe he hasn't won the title as best player."
Franz Beckenbauer: "Pelé was the best in the 60s, Cruyff in the 70s, Maradona in the 80s and Laudrup in the 90s."
Roberto Galia: "I have played against Maradona, Platini and Baggio. But the player I saw do the most indescribable things was Michael Laudrup."
Javier Clemente: "To me, Michael Laudrup is the most genius player the world has ever seen. He will always be my numero uno. Always."
José Mari Bakero: "No one has given the club [Barcelona] as much inspiration as Michael. We all look up to him. It is a privilege to have your day enriched by a genius."
Ronald Koeman: "Michael was possibly the most skillful and elegant player I ever played with. Few could dribble like he could. He could sense when a game was ready to be seized and transformed by a moment of individual brilliance."
"One of the best European players I've ever seen. An elegant, old-fashioned playmaker, he did things few other footballers could do."
"From more than hundred goals that I scored I'm sure that over 50 were assisted by Michael. To play with him was extremely easy. We found each other by intuition on the field and found common football language. Look at Ivan Zamorano. Laudrup went there (Real) and Zamorano is a goalscorer. Sometimes I envy Ivan for the passes he receives. Passes on foot after you accelerated. Few people understand football like the Danish player. He can only be comprised with Maradona, Schuster or Roberto Baggio. They make things easy and find the right solutions. For them is simple, for the opponent – unthinkable. Phenomenal! His only problem is his character. He is emotional and terribly reserved. This affects him a lot, because he takes everything personally – no matter if someone tells him something or decision that he does not agree. His relations with Cruyff were delicate because he couldn't take the critics. I listen to him but I don't care that much. For Michael this was fatal. He couldn't take it anymore so he left without a word."
"Laudrup was the greatest."
Brian Laudrup: "My brother started as an attacker but became an elegant attacking midfielder, perhaps the most complete there has ever been. His vision, speed of thought and passing were on a different level; he always knew what was going to happen before anybody else did. If anyone had a 'football brain', it was him."
Albert Ferrer: "Few people made me enjoy the game as much as Michael. Maybe he didn't get the media recognition he deserved, but he was so classy and a real thinker. A master of the blind pass and impossible through-balls and I will never forget his 'spoon' pass in a game against Osasuna. He lifted the ball right over the defence and Romario touched it in first time."
Fabio Capello (after Milan's 4–0 win against Barcelona in the 1994 CL final): "Laudrup was the guy I feared but Cruyff left him out, and that was his mistake."
Luís Figo: "I think maybe Laudrup was the best player I ever played against."
José Mourinho: "He was phenomenal in Barcelona. He was a fantastic player whom I would love to have on my team today."
Alan Tate: "He is still the best player in training at [age] 48 years."
Ian Rush: "He probably had the most individual skill I've seen. He was an incredible player."
John Toshack: "To me he was the best player of his generation, and he is a lot like Cruyff both as a player and a manager."
Raul played with both and speaks the truth, get fucked youtube.com/watch?v=9zUsCZvol-I