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6 February 2024

Maurice Revello Tournament top 100 players : 80th to 76th

On the occasion of its 50th edition, which will take place from 3 to 16 June 2024, the Maurice Revello Tournament is opening its history book. Since it was founded in 1967, the competition has seen many talented players. More than 2,000 have gone on to become senior internationals, and some of them have written football history. To celebrate its anniversary, the Tournament is updating its top 100, created in 2017. Until 29 March, our website will be displaying the updated rankings of the 100 greatest players to have taken part in the Tournament. And it continues today, with the rankings from 80th to 76th place.

80th : Bruno Fernandes (Portugal) - 2014

Alongside João Cancelo, Ricardo Horta and Helder Costa, Bruno Fernandes was part of a fine generation of Portuguese players at the 2014 Maurice Revello Tournament. The Lusitanian team had a good run, finishing 3rd in the tournament. For his part, the midfielder made a name for himself thanks to his technical range, scoring a goal against Chile. Then at Udinese, Fernandes continued his progress, which took him a few years later to Sporting Portugal and then Manchester United, where he has been playing since 2020. A winner of four trophies with both clubs, he also has 63 caps for his country.

79th : Jack Grealish (England) - 2016

The beginning of England's hegemony. In 2016, the Young Three Lions won the first of their three consecutive Tournament titles. Led by Gareth Southgate, the generation at the start of this domination was bursting with talent: Ruben Loftus-Cheek, James Ward-Prowse, Jordan Pickford, Ben Chilwell and... Jack Grealish. Born to an Irish father, the young midfielder played his first games for England in the Tournament, having previously played for Ireland at lower level. Scoring 2 goals, he was already shining thanks to his left foot. What followed was just as sparkling. In 2021, he joined Manchester City, where he won six titles, including the Champions League in 2023. With the England national team, he took part in the World Cup in 2022.

78th : Yassine Bounou (Morocco) - 2012

To judge the quality of a generation at the Maurice Revello Tournament, you can't always rely on results. Morocco's performance in 2012 is a perfect illustration of this. Seventh in the final standings that year, the Moroccans did not achieve the results they had hoped for. Nevertheless, this generation went on to shine. Nine of them went on to become senior internationals. Among them was Yassine Bounou. Then with Wydad Casablanca, the goalkeeper moved to Atlético Madrid in the wake of the Tournament. For more than ten years, he excelled in La Liga, notably with Sevilla FC, where he won two Europa League titles. With Morocco, he made history by being part of the first African team to reach the semi-finals of a World Cup, in 2022.

77th : Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico) - 2005

In 2005, Mexico had a respectable tournament, losing only to Portugal in the semi-finals. The Mexico squad included seven future internationals, including Guillermo Ochoa. The goalkeeper went on to play for Club America, where he became a legend, making almost 400 appearances in all. From Ajaccio to La Salernitana, via Malaga and Standard Liege, 'Memo' showcased his whimsical and atypical style all over Europe during his globetrotting career. But it is above all with his country that he made history. With 147 caps, he is Mexico's third most capped player. He won the Gold Cup five times and also took part in five consecutive World Cups, from 2006 to 2022.

76th : Robbie Fowler (England) - 1994

In 1994, it was a golden generation that led England to the Maurice Revello Tournament title: Sol Campbell, Ray Parlour, Jamie Redknapp, Trevor Sinclair, Robbie Fowler... Fowler, who scored one goal during the tournament, had been with Liverpool since childhood and would remain there until 2001, making 330 appearances, scoring 171 goals and winning five trophies, including a historic treble in 2001. He also played for Leeds and Manchester City before returning to the Reds in 2006. The striker has 26 caps for England, including appearances at the 1996 and 2000 Euros and the 2002 World Cup.


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