Messi-Ronaldo-Suarez on Player of the Year Short List

by Alfonso Matthews Julio 21, 2016, 1:11

Although Will Grigg has made the list, the favorites for the award will be Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, with the latter having the edge, having led his teams to both the Champions league and the Euro titles.

Cristiano was at the helm of the group of diners, which included his 61-year-old mother Delores, as he headed to lunch while showing off every inch of his deep bronze tan. First of the Argentine wizard, the 5 time winner of the Ballon D'Or 'Lionel Messi' and second of his Uruguayan team-mate 'Luis Suarez' who had earned his spot through his fine goal scoring form. He also dropped in a few names who would be at the top after Messi decides to end his career. That's not to say that Messi doesn't belong or that Mourinho's current list is wrong. He is probably the most disliked player in the tournament for some of his actions but as a defender you have to admire his ability and his will to win.

Spanish newspaper Sport claim it's a surprise the Portugal international was left out and call his performances for Real Madrid under Mourinho 'outstanding'. But unfortunately the little magician had to taste defeat once again.

He said: 'A big hug to my fans and tell them everything is fine, I'll come back stronger. It's always hard to make a choice. Others in the Top 10 include Gareth Bale, Antoine Griezmann, Toni Kroos, Manuel Neuer and Luis Suarez.

Since then, the statement has gone viral on Twitter.

Jose Mourinho is one of the more famous managers in soccer history, and he recently told reporters who the thinks the best players in history are. At times it looked like nobody could get the ball off him and he is only going to get better and better.

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