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Posted by Dandy Lion on 5/2 at 11:33 pm
1 May 2011 through 30 April 2012


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Posted by droman225 on 5/2 at 11:47 pm to Dandy Lion
Seattle, LA, FC Dallas, even fricking Colorado. all ranked.

But not the dynamo



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Posted by wm72 on 5/2 at 11:54 pm to droman225
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Seattle, LA, FC Dallas, even fricking Colorado. all ranked.

But not the dynamo


Those rankings always seem so weird since their formulas backcount so many years' form et al.

They're not even good fodder for fan arguments when you have Mexican League teams ranked over Juventus. Well, come to think of it, that actually counters my point. . . Good stuff.



Curious that you don't see more "power poll" type ranking articles in this age of message boards to generate arguments.




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Posted by MrPackSix on 5/2 at 11:55 pm to droman225
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3. (4.) CD Universidad de Chile Santiago Chile/3





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Posted by BleedPurpleGold on 5/2 at 11:57 pm to Dandy Lion
Its good for amusement's purpose if anything.


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Posted by joey barton on 5/2 at 11:58 pm to MrPackSix
LINK


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Posted by BobLoblaw on 5/3 at 12:02 am to Dandy Lion
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(382.) Power Dynamos FC Kitwe Zambia/2 65,5

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(299.) SK Liepajas Metalurgs Latvija/2 63,

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(314.) Videoton FC Székesféhervár Magyarország/2 71,0

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(387.) JK Nõmme Kalju Eesti/2 65,0

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(482.) Dolphins FC Port Harcourt Nigeria/2 65,0


Some real powerhouses in there.

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397.(tied for last) Birmingham City FC England/4 62,0


... real powerhouses


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Posted by castorinho on 5/3 at 1:19 am to wm72
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Those rankings always seem so weird since their formulas backcount so many years' form et al.


I'm trying to think of a formula that puts Chelsea ahead of Man United and come up empty, unless the CL is a shitload of points but even then Man U made the final last year as well. Also trying to think how Man City could be ahead of Man U, only thing I come up with is that money spent is factored in the formula.



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Posted by joey barton on 5/3 at 1:22 am to castorinho
I linked the methodology


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Posted by LSUSOBEAST1 on 5/3 at 4:44 am to Dandy Lion
Wow. Thanks for the laugh. Fulham tied with Tottenham? Stoke City #36? Rotfl

ETA after looking through again, I'm really really lost and confused.


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Posted by LSUSOBEAST1 on 5/3 at 4:48 am to castorinho
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I'm trying to think of a formula that puts Chelsea ahead of Man United and come up empty, unless the CL is a shitload of points but even then Man U made the final last year as well. Also trying to think how Man City could be ahead of Man U, only thing I come up with is that money spent is factored in the formula.


I'm trying to think of a formula where Barcelona would be the best team in the world. Let's see, they are in second in their own league and got bounced from the CL in the semis. Hmmm.

Not saying they aren't (because they are), but that formula seems broken in my eyes.



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