We asked each guest to choose the top three places in the France Football poll. Only two of them indicated that Robert Lewandowski is the Ballon d’Or winner. One of the proposals looks very controversial – and will surprise both fans of “Lewy” and those who believe that there are better players in the world than him.
1. Robert Lewandowski
A tribute to Robert Lewandowski would be the most appropriate option. It would be unfair for someone else to get the Ballon d’Or. However – as usual, especially during the two decades of the twenty-first century – all this no longer resembles the rule of the professionals. It is a more popular festival. This observation isn’t just about football, it’s just how the world of celebrity is starting to change.
And if this trend continues, the chances of Lewy winning go down. There are no three wives, no seven lovers, no change of batons like gloves. He is not controversial, but he plays football very well, which unfortunately sometimes is not enough. Popularity comes from something else. I say it harshly because I wish it were. Today, the coolest and most beloved are selected.
Leo Messi, the biggest rival of the Poles, is currently going through a very bad season. A move to Paris Saint-Germain and only one goal in the league is a strong surprise for his position. Anyway, every other player is now behind Lewandowski’s back. This year, positions 2 and 3 should not be filled at all, but positions 4, 5, 6, etc. The ‘left’ should take the podium on his own, because what he’s showing on the pitch this year is a fairy tale. He and nothing for a long time.
2. Lionel Messi
3. Robert Lewandowski
There is one problem. A year ago, when the Ballon d’Or was not awarded to anyone, it was clear that Robert Lewandowski deserved it. Is she now too? I’m not sure. The poll we’re talking about is a bit like Miss Miss. It depends on who likes which style.
I wouldn’t put one next to Lewandowski’s name. If we really want to take a look at this year and the tangible achievements, Jorginho has to be the victor. He won the Champions League with Chelsea, and with the Italian national team he won the European title. These are clear selection criteria.
I would like to see Robert in the top three, although I doubt that Karim Benzema’s omission was correct, because he has a great year behind him.
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The second is Leo Messi. However, I wouldn’t be surprised if he wins the referendum. He never won the Copa America. Popularity plays a big role. I travel a lot around the world and see what is happening – in Africa, Asia and South America. There, Messi shirts are mainly sold there. Bayern is not as popular as in Europe. We know that journalists from all over the world decide everything in this year’s most important vote.
1. Robert Lewandowski
2. Lionel Messi
3. Karim Benzema
Robert Lewandowski is supposed to receive the Ballon d’Or on Monday. Not just because it was already worth it that year. He is still the best footballer in the world and at the moment should have scored two victories in the “France Football” poll. If someone else wins, it will, in my opinion, underscore the difficulty of understanding the aversion to our football community.
Let us remember that such an award is accompanied by enormous prestige and – understandably – large sums of money. Objective considerations do not always determine the end result. Football is first and foremost about big business. It’s sad but true.
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I only hope that when Robert wins the Ballon d’Or, he will speak Polish. It does not matter that he knows several languages. This is a very valuable skill, but it wasn’t until many years ago that we fought for independence that we can now use foreign languages. You can do this in behind-the-scenes conversations, but in formal conversations – I’d like to hear your native language. It’s about showing off the polish. And the party organizers…to explain to them later.Yuki
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