Europe has the greatest leagues in the world, and this short article looks at three of the most effective clubs from those leagues.
During the late 80’s and early 90’s, Italian football was the dominating force in Europe. The league had the greatest players in the world, many of them coming from Italy, which meant the teams could save money as they would promote footballers from within their academies. While this is not too much of a crisis for the richest FCs in the world, there was not as much income in football back in the 1980's, therefore home-grown players were necessary to be a effective team. This is something the new AC Milan owner is seeking to do, with youthful Italian players coming through the ranks, it looks very possible. By encouraging youth players, it opens up finances with which they can buy more pricey individual players, ones which can make a good team into a wonderful club. Most leagues also require a specific number of local players within a squad, so it will make it much less difficult for the club to meet that criteria.
The current most prominent league is the Spanish league. The top European competition has been totally reigned over by Spanish club sides, with all the winners coming from the division in the past 5 years. The biggest dominance has come from the Real Madrid president's team that has won the title for the past three years. As the team is the definitely one of the richest clubs in the world it is understandable that they have been so successful. With the finances they have, developed from the huge fan base and the sales of their players. They often sign ‘Galacticos’, which are well-known footballers from all over the world that cost a huge amount, which help to promote the team on a global scale. It is suggested that the team is the best club in the world, and these enormous signings are one of the main factors for this.
The time period after the year 2000 was a mixed time for European leagues, nevertheless England perhaps had the greatest teams at the time. While the victors of the top European tournament were mixed, the best team was most likely the club from the north west of England. The American Manchester United owners' manage just about the most valuable football teams in the world. It probably has the most widespread fan base of all the European teams, with fans coming from all over the world. The club that was so effective in the early 00’s was managed by probably the finest coach of all time, who could get an average group of players to beat the best clubs in the world. This is one of the reasons why the club is listed in the top teams of all time. Having a fantastic coach is amongst the most essential components to having a effective football team, and this is a prime example of why.