To me i think it's A, wat do u think?
Oh wow. . .
Well, get over yourself. My initial post read: Park [b]also [/b]has an IQ of 150, Ronaldo and Messi fastest; Pipo Inzagi and Xavi greatest football IQ. Nothing there reads "p.o.p.s. is wrong about what he said, p.o.p.s., see I'm right you're wrong".
The only element I came up with that had anything remotely related to your own initial post was the IQ comparison. C'est tout, mec. Don't start putting words in my mouth.
I had replied to your debating response which argued and critised my first post, without a back-up info or proof,Lampard having the highest Iq. Theo's speed as well has so far been documented as the fastest in the world; I have backed up both with trusted sites having further details.
Indeed everyone is entitled to their opinion but whatever makes it seem otherwise was kicked off by you.
You cannot tell me that I'm "wrong". It's my opinion. I'm entitled to that. I don't need to go on Google to search for detailed speed feats of footballers then compare each one of them. Come on! For me, C. Ronaldo is currently the fastest footballer - without the ball - I've seen on the pitch. Messi is clearly the quickest while running with the ball.
As for IQ, the South Korean, Park Chu-Young has an IQ of 150 according to a fifa.com article about said player that was published 2 weeks ago. He's the only player that I know the IQ of - well, before your post stating that Lampard also shares the same intellectual feat.
But that's just general IQ. That doesn't determine much on a pitch.
Football IQ for me is based on a mix of flair/vision, experience and tactical rigor. Filipo Inzagi (at his best) and Xavi are the most impressive.
Iyenda, I made my research before responding to the above post and I'll bluntly say you are wrong.Football’s fliers hit incredible speeds and Walcott’s bursts mean he would run 9.9secs for 100m - if he could sustain his top speed of 10.1m per second. To put that in context, using data from the recent 100m final at the World Championships in Berlin, Walcott would have finished fourth behind Asaf Powell, Tyson Gay and the sprint sensation that is Usain Bolt. Bolt won the race in a new world record of 9.58 seconds. (http://www.footy-boots.com/walcott-fastest-premier-league-7666/)
You'll have to state the IQ of players you've mentioned above. You can't state they have a higher IQ without specificity of their score. IQ of 150 is not a commodity bro, only 0.1% of the entire uk population are able to achieve this. In fact Lampard scored better than Doctor Brian English who was in charge of the IQ test. http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/05032009/58/premier-league-lampard-massive-iq.html
If you do come across information about a faster or more intelligent player please do not hesitate to criticise my view.