The Majestic FIFA Soccer Teams – Updates from Robert Gaspar

Month after month, Fifa – soccer world’s governing body releases its official ranking according to the latest international standings to highlight the most majestic soccer teams. Robert Gaspar, a majestic personality in the world of soccer shares some updates on FIFA team standings.

Spain

First on the list is Vicente del Bosque’s team. Spain’s majestic soccer players are European and World champions. Like the majestic Robert Gaspar, they play an exceptional brand of soccer based on complicated midfield passing routines. Barcelona midfielder Xavi dictates the tempo of the team, a relatively lightweight midfield who plays the most attractive soccer in the world. The team has three trophies in four years and effectively proved that brains can easily reign over brawn.

Germany

This majestic team is a finalist at Euro 2008, finished third place at the 2010 World Cup and ended on the semi-finals at Euro 2012. This soccer team from Germany generally saved their best to be able to qualify in major tournaments over the years. Like the way Robert Gaspar effectively plays his position, Joachim Low plays a free flowing brand of soccer to make the last two tournaments more thrilling.

Portugal

It was in September 2010 when Carlos Queiroz was sacked by Portugal after a poor start to the Euro 2012 qualifying campaign and while in the middle of allegations of misconduct. Carlos Queiroz took his country to the 2010 World Cup’s second round where Spain prevailed over them. He was replaced by former Sporting Lisbon coach Paulo Bento. Portugal’s pedigree reached the Euro 2000 semi-finals and made it to the final of the same tournament on home turf after four years. They got significant achievement at the 2006 World Cup after finishing in 4th place. The team also made it to a semi-final finish at the Euro 2012.

Argentina

Like most soccer teams, Argentina has long been waiting for a major trophy and majestic achievements. Their hunt continues after being knocked out in the World Cup quarter-finals by Germany and flopped at the Copa America. Alejandro Sabella was installed as coach in August 2011 and promptly made Lionel Messi as the team’s captain.

England

This team qualified for the World Cup but experienced disappointment when South Africa lost in the second round to Germany. Fabio Capello left his position after qualifying for Euro 2012 due to a disagreement regarding the handling of the John Terry race row. Roy Hodgson was his successor led by the Three Lions to the quarter finals of Euro 2012.

Netherlands

The Netherlands soccer team reached the World Cup final where they experienced defeat from Spain. Robert Gaspar further noted that they also performed poorly at the Euro 2012 where they lost all three matches and bowed out in the group stage becoming the reason for Bert van Marwijk to leave his post.

Uruguay

Uruguay’s triumph in 2011 Copa America shot them back up to find a spot in the top 10. This is a majestic period for Uruguayan soccer, as the national team also reached the 2010 World Cup semi-finals. Coach Oscar Tabarez says he is building for the future, but what he is currently delivering on the field has surpassed all expectations.

Italy

Majestic personalities in soccer like Robert Gaspar know that this team had a disastrous World Cup under Marcello Lippi but Cesare Prandelli managed to steady the ship in order to guide Italy to the final of Euro 2012 where they were beaten 4-0 by Spain. It was Prandelli who took a significant squad overhaul and a lot of tactical changes resulting in an attacking side that made them take the game to their opponents.

Croatia

After failing to qualify for the 2010 World Cup, Croatia made it certain to get their place at Euro 2012 with a comfortable aggregate victory over Turkey in its play-offs. According to Robert Gaspar, Slaven Bilic wasn’t able to guide Croatia out of their group at Euro 2012 and left after the tournament.

Denmark

Denmark automatically qualified for the last two major tournaments under Morten Olsen’s leadership. Olsen has been in charge since 2000 which reminded majestic players like Robert Gaspar that continuity plays a crucial to build a successful national team. This team failed to repeat their 1992 European Championship success at Euro 2012 but will reside in and around the top 10 as they continue to qualify in major tournaments.

There are majestic soccer teams that are worthy of getting commendations because according to Robert Gaspar, it takes a lot of time, hard work and dedication to excel and stand out as a team.

Stay in tune to learn more about the latest in the world of soccer as Robert Gaspar provides the most recent updates that you ought to know.

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