This is a highly subjective question, and it all depends on your point of view and how much exposure you have to the game and the player in particular. In my personal opinion, it is Franck Ribery (French International and Marseilles midfielder).
Although on an international stage, he has earned renown as a great up and coming young player, in England, and to many other countries who have only seen him in the world cup, he is relatively under appreciated. The prime reason for this, perhaps, is that Thierry Henri (French International and famous Arsenal striker) discussed how he thought Ribery should not be allowed to play international football, because he felt many of his own failings on the pitch could be blamed on him. Seeing as Arsenal are one of the predominantly popular teams in Britain, and Henri one of their more famous players, it is easy to see why Ribery is underrated.
I think it is Michael Carrick from Man United cause everyone talkes about Lampard and Gerrard, but Carrick never makes mistakes and he is one of the best passers in the world. He has a great shot as well. He has Ronaldo and Rooney on the team who dominate the match so he sometimes cannot play his best. what does everyone else think?
Matthew Le tissier
Peyton Manning. He's the only quarter-back that doesn't play with a huddle, he calls the plays at the line right after he reads the defense.
Kristine Lilly, US Soccer
yes Mohamad Moukdad of Dearborn's Fordson .
Many good basketball players are underrated in college.One of the most underrated college players in the 2009 NBA draft was Wesley Mathews.LeBron James is not an underrated player. He is one of the best in NBA history.
Jeremy Picanco, local superstar
Either Diego Maradona,Pelé or Messi
An avid soccer player would be most likely to play soccer.
Mia Hamm is the most payed soccer player in the world.
Here it has to be Pele , the only man to score over 1,200 goals.
the most popular soccer player in Asia is Baichung Bhutia
The best Iranian soccer player ever would have to be Ali Daei, who scored 109 total goals in his entire international soccer career, the most ever. Not even Ronaldo or Maradona has reached that many goals. He played for Bayern Munich for a while and now coaches the Iranian soccer club Persepolis F.C., in the Iranian Pro League (IPL).