The Guardian has printed an article where about 10 people gave their opinions on some topics (best this, worst that, Jericho this, crucify that, etc.)
Here - after a bit of mathematical manipulation - are their findings:
(They're British/English, so that explains some of the results in the 'worst' categories.)
Best Player: Cannavaro by a landslide.
Worst Player: 1. Frank Lampard, 2. Ronaldinho - obviously most of them took this to mean 'biggest let down', although Zeljko Kalac got a nomination.
Biggest Joy: 1. Cambiasso's Goal, 2. Ghana.
Best Match: 1. Portugal - Holland, 2. Australia - Croatia, 3. Argentina - Mexico, 4. Italy - Germany
Worst Match: 1. Switzerland - Ukraine, 2. Anything with England playing
Team of the Cup (4-4-2):
I had to make some choices here about who to use as a substitute. There were so many votes for the run on full-backs that I had to use players who had only received one vote for the subs. So Rio Ferdinand gets the gig by virtue of playing for Man U. If I didn't have to stick to people nominated by the writers, I'd pick Lucas Neill.
It was the same with the strikers: Klose, Torres and Henry got most of the votes, leaving a few single votes.
Ricardo only got one vote, too, but you have three keepers in your squad of 23. I'm not sure of the proportions of the other players you'd have in a squad, though.