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05-01-2012, 08:47 AM
Joey Banana
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Originally Posted by Sanderson View Post
I'd say that would be Greilinger. He may not always show the hustle to get it done, but he definately has the most skill. At least when compared to the Germans playing in Europe.
Since Greilinger was cut in 2010, he improved his work ethic on the national team. I love seeing Greilinger in club games, but Ullmann (also Schütz, Wolf, Hospelt and Barta) bring much, much more to the game on the international stage. I think it is safe to say that Greilinger is a very skillful and dangerous type of player, but his impact on the game itself is very little.

He certainly belongs to the top tier of german players, but there is - gladly - so much parity in the forward department that it was even hard for a guy like Marcel Goc to be the "best" in the recent tournaments.

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