Football Club Rankings 5-6-13
All the major domestic titles have been settled, now it’s all about the races for European Football, and the European Trophies themselves. The big question for the Rankings is where to rank Dortmund? They survived a very difficult run to reach the European Finals, but trail Bayern by 20 points in the Bundesliga. We’d love to hear from you in the comments about where to rank Dortmund.
Just Missed: Manchester City, Ajax, Porto, Arsenal, AC Milan
Benfica are still playing for two trophies. They can wrap up the Portuguese Liga with a win over Porto, and then will look to Europa League Final against Chelsea. (nr)
It looks like Napoli have second place in Serie A secured, now will Cavani stay to lead them in next season’s Champions League? (9-3)
A tie means, PSG will have to wait another week to officially claim the Ligue 1 Title. (7-20)
Chelsea are putting together a memorable second half of the season, one they hope ends with an Europa League Trophy. (8-2)
6. Real Madrid
Madrid had a chance to salvage their season by reaching the UCL Final however, they came up just short and will have to settle for a chance at the Coppa Del Rey crown. (3-36)
5. Manchester United
With only 2 matches left, United fans can start planning their summer transfers. (3-35)
Juventus celebrated back to back Scudettos this weekend. (5-36)
After losing 7-0 on aggregate to Bayern, Barcelona doesn’t look like the second best team in the world. (2-36)
If Dortmund defeat Bayern in the Champions League Final should they be ranked #1 in the world? (3-26)
1. Bayern Munich
If you didn’t think Bayern were the best team the world a few weeks ago, you do now. What a powerhouse they’ve become. (1-36-6)
Match of the Upcoming Week: 5/12 – Porto v. #10 Benfica
The (numbers) are the previous week’s rank, followed by consecutive weeks ranked. The #1 team has a third number indicating weeks in the top spot.
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