Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa talk the Fantasy Football Club through his #One2Eleven
Argentina and Tottenham legends Ricky Villa and Ossie Ardiles reveal their One2Eleven.
Last Updated: 11/05/13 1:16pm
GOALKEEPER - Ray Clemence: "There are a lot of contenders of course with the likes of Ray Clemence and Milija Anthony Aleksic," says Ossie. "From the Argentina point of view there is Ubaldo Fillol, who played in three different World Cups and is a big friend of Ricky's. But we are going for Ray Clemence."
RIGHT-BACK - Steve Perryman: "He was a wonderful player, a wonderful captain and is a wonderful friend," says Ossie.
CENTRE-BACK - Graham Roberts: "He liked to have one or two tackles, all the time," says Ossie.
CENTRE-BACK - Daniel Passarella: "He was the captain of our team," says Ossie. "He was a very strong player. He played in Italy for a long time and was a great player."
Ricky adds: "He was very good in the air as well. He also scored a lot of goals from free-kicks and penalties."
LEFT-BACK - Chris Hughton: "He is a great guy and was a wonderful player. He was very reliable. It was touch and go between him and Alberto Tarantini," says Ossie.
MIDFIELD - Glenn Hoddle: "The best English player I have seen," says Ricky. "He didn't have to work hard he just needed the ball and to play. I'm very disappointed with the English people for not recognising him as a great player."
Ossie adds: "And for me as well, definitely. He was born in the wrong time and probably the wrong country.
MIDFIELD - Mick Hazard: "He was a great player and incredibly talented," says Ossie. "We probably need two or three balls with this team."
IN THE HOLE - Diego Maradonna: "He is the one and only. What can I say about him?" says Ossie. "He was a fantastic, fantastic player. He could create and even defend as well. To do what he did for Napoli was fantastic - he won the championship on his own. He also won the World Cup in 1986 on his own as well."
ATTACK -René Houseman: "He played in the 1974 World Cup for Argentina in Germany and played in 1978 for us as well," says Ossie. "He was a fantastic, fantastic player. He didn't play in Europe so it is difficult for people to know him."
Ricky adds: "I didn't watch George Best in real life but I can imagine they were similar. He was quick, he could stop and move and use his left foot or right foot and score."
ATTACK - Mario Kempes: "He is a very close friend of ours," says Ossie. "He was the player of the tournament in 1978. He was top scorer in Spain playing for Valencia. He played in four World Cups. He was a fantastic player."
ATTACK - Leopoldo Luque: "He didn't play in European football," says Ricky. "He was quick skillful and a strong player. He was a very good player."