Time to start with comparisons now that I have the tools. I've decided to start with Pele's or FIFA's list since it is as good starting point as any.
Each table will contain some obvious items: Goals, Appearances, Age and Team or teams for which player suited up that year.
Percentage of wins is one of two team statistics and refers to a percent of the games team won that season. Other team stat is Points rate or how much points, on average, team gained per game ( 0 – 3 ).
I'm using these two stats to describe the relative strength / weakness of a team for that particular season so that player's performance numbers wouldn't be out of context.
Individual stats are: Grade ( there's a heat chart for help ) tweaked a little to fit everyone equally, Win Shares ( number of points per season that player earned ) and RVP ( ReV ) or player's relative value for that season compared to his peers, in percents, where 100 is average performance.
Below the line are the career numbers or up to date achievements.
And totally random soccer player only for the sake of establishing the base line:
Actually I was quite surprised to see that Becks is better than Zizu was. But blame it on the luck, late serious career start and early retirement. And don't forget that Zizu did it in the span of, really only ten years.
Notice also the span in teams statistics for these three guys. Almost the same between them.
Teams for which Beckham played were roughly 10 % better at winning and 0,3 points better per game than teams Zidane played ( that Galaxy gig killed the numbers ). Again, roughly the same ratio applies to ZIdane and Gibbs.
Here is what their careers look charted.