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Madrid were again eliminated early in 30 Europe, although they did rally late in the domestic season to land the La Liga title. Is the disappointing tally of medals in van Nistelrooy’s career –– given the goals he’s scored and the teams he’s played for –– all one big coincidence? Surely you throw a man like that into any side –– especially a top side –– and success follows? The same applies to his time with the Dutch national team, from which he was ultimately expelled. Or does van Nistelrooy represent a certain kind of player, one who plays for himself (and does a damn good job of it) but who ultimately, in some subtle way, disrupts the team?
The idea he [Benítez] has already spent £100m is creative accounting by his critics,” he suggested, adding that “Since Rafa Benítez joined Liverpool in June 2004 he has signed 29 players. ” Or, one Shevchenko and half a Shaun Wright-Phillips. While Benítez was saddled with Cissé –– a player he could not find the best use for –– there was a double-whammy connected with the French forward. Not only had Benítez seen a large chunk (approximately 40%) of what would have been his first summer’s transfer budget eaten up by Cissé’s arrival, but then, when he was going to recoup around £8m, and therefore reduce his net spending by that same amount, the striker broke his leg representing France.
While van Nistelrooy’s impact at Real Madrid shows how valuable a reliable scorer can be, his time at United showed that it’s the best balanced teams who succeed. (Indeed, had Spain used goal difference as a league position determinator rather than the less reliable head-tohead, Madrid would have been runners-up, such was the inferiority of their overall scoring record. ) Arsenal in 2004, and Chelsea in the next two years, won the title with at least one striker barely scoring at all. Dennis Bergkamp’s goals had all but dried up at the tail end of his career, while Mateja Kezman and Eidur Gudjohnson barely troubled keepers.