On my opinion the best male soccer player is Messi. He has the moves the speed and the deception.
Best Male Soccer Player ESPY Award was created in 2002.
Best Male Soccer Player ESPY Award ended in 2004.
The likely answer is that male soccer players will make more money. This is because male soccer has a larger audience, and therefore gets more attention from corporate sponsorships.
In 2000, female players were doing good to earn $45-60K annually...and that was for stronger players. Mia Hamm was the first woman soccer player to top $1M annual pay, but that was extraordinary. With all the problems that women's soccer has getting financial backing in the US market, the future does not look to hold high salaries for women in soccer in the USA. But again, to be fair, the average male soccer player (pro) in the USA only makes around $60K annually.
beckham, rinaldo, baggio
they earn 35,0000
It's all a matter of opinion
The best professional male racquetball player in 2009 is without question Kane Waselenchuk.
No professional male tennis player has ever publicly come out of the closet. Not that there haven't been gay male tennis players.
Depends on how much he wins, that is how far into a tournament he makes it.
Lionel Messi has been elected the world's best soccer player of 2012. Lionel Messi is from Spain, and is currently playing for Barcelona.
I vote for C. Ronaldo or Carlos Pavon.
Tomas Ujfalusi (Soccer, Czech Republic)
olivier rochus.. his height is 5.6 feet or 167 cm
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It was a male.
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Yes defintely why not am a male and training to be a professional nurse