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MY FIVE-A-SIDE: Marcus Tudgay reveals his all-time five and the best five he has played with!

8 June 2015

Tudgay reveals his best five-a-side team of all time and the best he has played with here...

Just one of the features we run in our matchday programme PUSB from your Sky Blues squad is our five-a-side feature, where we ask a member of your City squad who they would pick in their best five-a-side team and the best five they have played with.

So we asked Marcus Tudgay who he would pick and his World V is quite hipster! Don't forget we want your ideas for PUSB next season, so email Design@ccfc.co.uk with any ideas you may have!

WORLD V

EDWIN VAN DER SAR



The former Manchester United and Dutch stopper gets a start for Marcus. Arguably, Van Der Sar showed his best form in the latter years of his career at Old Trafford, making 186 appearances for United.

PAOLO MALDINI



The former AC Milan defender was one of the best in the world and continued to dominate the world stage until he retired in 2009 having made over 700 appearances.

CLARENCE SEEDORF



Another Dutchman, Seeford is one of the most respected footballers in the game having played for Real Madrid, Ajax and AC Milan before finishing his career with Botafogo in Brazil.

JUAN ROMAN RIQUELME



One for the football hispters, Riquelme was an unbeliavble technician and he retired last year after returning to his hometown club Argentinos Juniors. 

THIERRY HENRY



Marcus picks the Frenchman to lead the line, hailing him the best Premier League striker of all time.

PLAYED WITH V

MART POOM



Considered the greatest Estonian footballer of all time, Poom played with Marcus during his six-year spell at Derby County. Poom won 120 caps for his country.

HORACIO CARBONARI



On loan with Coventry City in 2002, Carbonari made five appearances for City and played with Marcus in the 2001/02 season for Derby.

MICHAEL JOHNSON



A Birmingham City legend, Johnson played with Marcus at both Derby and Sheffield Wednesday.

GEORGI KINKLADZE



The creative Georgian played for Manchester City, Boca Juniors, Ajax and Derby County before retiring in 2006. He'll provide the goals from midfield.

FABRIZIO RAVANELLI



An iconic name in world football, the Italian played for Juventus, Marseille, Lazio, Middlesbrough and Derby during his decorated career.

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