The Best Shirt Numbers in Football are as follows.
The Best Shirt Numbers in Football History Introductions
Historically the players in the starting line-up would use the numbers 1 to 11, however the modern game has changed this, with players having all manner of reasons for selecting an obscure number to wear for his club. Reasons such as their favourite number or year of birth have been given for the choice of squad number and some reasons are even more peculiar.
The traditional numbers of 1, 7, 9, 10 and 11 tend to be the most important players and the players at the bottom of the league could do with these players stepping up their game to improve their odds in Premier League betting at Betfair.
Some of the greatest players have played in these numbers and players like Gianluigi Buffon, Iker Casillas, Francesco Totti and Ronaldo have even managed to win a World Cup in such prestigious numbers. When Ronaldo won the World Cup with Brazil in 2002, the only traditional number that was missing was 7, with Kleberson, the number 15 starting in the match. Their opponents, Germany, on the other hand had five numbers that were higher than the number 11 in their starting line-up, meaning that even international football isn’t safe from the changing attitudes to squad numbers.
The Premier League predictions see Manchester City as the obvious candidates to win the Premier League this season and as Germany and Brazil are the two favourites to win the 2018 World Cup, the club could have multiple World Cup winners if either nation wins.