lundi 20 juillet 2015

UEFA Cup / Europa League Winning XI 1989-2019



UEFA Cup / Europa League Winning XI 1989-2019



1_H means 1st leg match (Home), 2_A means 2nd leg match (Away) etc.

See notes about Naples '89 at the end of the article.




SSC NAPOLI 1989 - 1_H
SSC NAPOLI 1989 - 2_A


JUVENTUS FC 1990 - 1_H
JUVENTUS FC 1990 - 2_A


FC INTERNAZIONALE 1991 - 1_H
FC INTERNAZIONALE 1991 - 2_A


AJAX AMSTERDAM 1992 - 1_A
AJAX AMSTERDAM 1992 - 2_H


JUVENTUS FC 1993 - 1_A
JUVENTUS FC 1993 - 2_H


FC INTERNAZIONALE 1994 - 1_A
FC INTERNAZIONALE 1994 - 2_H


PARMA AC 1995 - 1_H
PARMA AC 1995 - 2_A


BAYERN MÜNCHEN 1996 - 1_H
BAYERN MÜNCHEN 1996 - 2_A


FC SCHALKE 04 1997 - 1_H
FC SCHALKE 04 1997 - 2_A


FC INTERNAZIONALE 1998


PARMA AC 1999


GALATASARAY SK 2000


LIVERPOOL FC 2001


FEYENOORD 2002


FC PORTO 2003


VALENCIA CF 2004


CSKA MOSKVA 2005


SEVILLA FC 2006


SEVILLA FC 2007


ZENIT St. PETERSBURG 2008


SHAKHTAR DONETSK 2009


ATLETICO MADRID 2010


FC PORTO 2011


ATHLETICO MADRID 2012


CHELSEA FC 2013


SEVILLA FC 2014


SEVILLA FC 2015


SEVILLA FC 2016

MANCHESTER UNITED 2017 (played in blue)

ATLETICO MADRID 2018

CHELSEA FC 2019


Notes:

Napoli 1989: in the first match, when Crippa came into play just after half-time, he took a role of left midfielder wich did not exist before his entry (with Francini and Carnevale to animate this side, also Maradona at times) in order to block Schäfer (who became attacking Right-back after 15 mins of play) a bit the same way that Schmäler for VFB who was in the same zone mainly to block Francini in the first half since after 12-15 minutes of play (however Crippa was more "midfielder" by nature than Schmäler, who was a defender. In consequence the defence of Napoli was reorganized more "in cross", Renica being the libero and Fusi becoming more of a stopper than a defensive midfielder as previoulsy. Another consequence is that Fernando de Napoli changed a bit more often of side as a winger/ attacking-mid now placed more behind a front-free including Maradona as Francini had less freedom to go upfront. Alemao became more of a right-midfielder/ right-piston (like in the Brazilian team '86) but with always defensive duties. In some ways, it became more a bit of a 3-4-3 or 4-3-3 from the initial 4-4-2 in order to win the match at home for Napoli before moving to Germany. But once again, since that moment, Fusi was like the 4th defender. In fact, he was. We will go for it became a 4-3-1-2 or 4-3-3 with, once again, Maradona who was now an integral part of the attackers line even if  still, in an enivitably  "free-role".
In the Second leg disputed in Stuttgart, Napoli has presented in a classical 4-4-2 diamond with this time Alemao as a piston on the left side of this midfield in cross, de Napoli in mirror on the right hand and Maradona behind the front-two. One could see the famous "Zona mista" thing into that team wich has played away and it would not be totally false. But it is not totally true since it was more Alemao than Francini who animated the left hand of the team. Way more. On 2 matches, the "Zona Mista" has been used in his "pure form" only the first 45 minutes (in the first leg game, 1-0 for Stuttgart at half-time). Final results: Naples-Stuttgart, 2-1 and Stuttgart-Naples 3-3.

A little thing about Ajax 1992 now: in the 2nd leg, Winter became left-winger after the entry of van Loen.


The last players who made the object of a post in the serie "Players Detailed Stats" posing with Cup.
Dino Baggio lifts the Cup (1995)
Jonk and Bergkamp carrying the "little European Cup"


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