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Cheesio
29.09.2011, 13:43
I know this thread will have more haters than fans, but this one of the those players i enjoy to watch.


http://gunnersphere.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/Adel+Taarabt+Queens+Park+Rangers+v+Scunthorpe+O9vd ymQOUZxl.jpg

Date of birth 24 May 1989 (age 22)
Place of birth Fes, Morocco
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Midfielder/Winger
Club information
Current club Queens Park Rangers
Number 7

Adel Taarabt (Arabic: عادل تعرابت‎) (born 24 May 1989) is a Moroccan footballer who plays for Queens Park Rangers as an Attacking Midfielder and can also be used as a Winger.
He began his playing career in France at Lens before moving to English Premier League team Tottenham Hotspur in 2007. He was unable to break into the first team at Spurs under either Juande Ramos or Harry Redknapp and moved to QPR, initially on loan, in July 2009 and then permanently in August 2010. He quickly established himself at Loftus Road and was made captain by manager Neil Warnock at the start of the 2010–11 season. He represented France at youth levels but opted to play for his native Morocco at senior level making his debut in February 2009.


Early career
Born in Fes, Morocco Taarabt grew up in Berre-l'Étang, France having moved there at the age of nine months. He began his career at Lens in 2004, and played 14 games for RC Lens B in the Championnat de France amateur. He made one first team appearance for Lens during the 2006–07 season.

Tottenham Hotspur
Taarabt signed for Tottenham Hotspur on a long-term loan on 2 January 2007 after the club offered to quickly integrate him into the first team to offer him maximum playing time. Within two months he made his first senior appearance in a Tottenham shirt, entering as a 87th minute substitute against local rivals West Ham United, which ended as a 4–3 victory. He made a second appearance in the 1–0 loss to Chelsea, again as a second half substitute, playing as a striker.
Tottenham signed Taarabt permanently on 8 June. Upon signing for Tottenham he was hyped as the next Zinedine Zidane. He scored his first goal for Spurs in a pre-season friendly against Stevenage Borough on 7 July. He made his first appearance of the 2007–08 season with Tottenham against Derby County in the 4–0 win on 18 August, which he entered at the 70th minute.
At the beginning of the 2008–09 season, Taarabt was not given a squad number by then manager Juande Ramos, though he was given his old number when Harry Redknapp took over team management.
On 13 March 2009, he joined Championship team Queens Park Rangers on loan until the end of the season.He scored his first goal for QPR in a 2–1 win over Bristol City. His loan spell was cut short after he suffered a knee injury which required surgery.
Taarabt rejoined QPR on a season-long loan for the 2009–10 season on 23 July 2009. On 1 October, Taarabt scored a "wonder strike" in a match against Preston North End. He collected the ball on his chest inside the QPR half and dribbling 20 yards past three players and curled in a shot from 25 yards. This led Jim Magilton to label Taarabt as a "genius" and the goal is seen as one of the Championship's finest.
Tottenham confirmed in October 2009 that Taarabt could stay at QPR for the season providing that a Premier League club did not make a bid for him in the January transfer window. QPR were unable to make the transfer a permanent one because they could not afford the Ł4.5 million valuation placed on Taarabt by Spurs.
In March 2010, Taarabt was quoted in an interview as being sorry that he signed for Tottenham. He had said "The big mistake was to sign for Tottenham and not go to another club when I first came over". He stated that he wished he had signed for Arsenal instead but had opted for Spurs after Damien Comolli moved from being a scout at Arsenal to director of football at Spurs. He stated that he felt he would have been given more chances to play at Arsenal and was advised at the time not to sign for Spurs by his friends Armand Traore and Abou Diaby, who play for Arsenal.
Taarabt went on to state his intention to sign for one of the top clubs in Spain "I hope to be playing for one of the top four in Spain next season – Real Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia or Sevilla. I have contact with good teams and I know that they want me. Now I just have to hope they can agree a deal with Tottenham."
In January 2011, Taarabt was interviewed by the Evening Standard, in which he stated: "The man who took me to Tottenham was Damien Comolli, now at Liverpool. He was at Arsenal then. But, when I was going to go to Arsenal, he moved to Tottenham. He told me: 'Come to Tottenham. We want to do like they do at Arsenal and take the best young players in the world. You're going to have a better chance there.' I believed him. This was a mistake and I regret it. Tottenham tried to do it like Arsenal but it's a different culture. I would have had a better chance at Arsenal. I would progress with Arsene Wenger. He is a legend in France, one of the best managers in the world".
Queens Park Rangers

Taarabt signed permanently for QPR on 4 August 2010 on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee. He scored his first goal as a permanent QPR player during the first game of QPR's 2010–11 Football League Championship campaign against Barnsley, a penalty during the 4–0 win on 7 August 2010. Taarabt's performances for QPR during August 2010 earned him the Championship's Player of the Month award, as QPR topped the table.
In August 2010, with club captain Martin Rowlands a long-term injury victim and stand-in captain Fitz Hall unavailable, Taarabt was named captain.In December, manager Neil Warnock revealed that Taarabt would continue to serve as captain even after Hall's return from injury.
Taarabt was influential in QPR remaining unbeaten for the first 19 games of the season, equaling a club best dating back to 1972, before losing to Watford in December 2010. He scored key goals in games against the likes of Reading, Preston and fellow title contenders Cardiff as well as a stunning brace on boxing day to defeat eventual play-off winners Swansea 4-0.
By the end of February 2011, Adel had scored 15 Championship goals for the season. The 15th was scored from the penalty spot in a 3–0 away win at Middlesbrough. On 30 April, Taarabt scored the first of the goals in a 2–0 win over Watford to help crown his team as champions and securing promotion to the Premier League.

International career

Taarabt represented France at under-16, under-17 and under-18 levels, but opted to play for Morocco, saying "I felt the time was right when I was given this opportunity".On 11 February 2009 Taarabt played his first international match with Morocco in a friendly against Czech Republic in Casablanca.He also made an appearance on 29 March during Morocco's 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier 2–1 defeat against Gabon.
Taarabt scored his first international goal on his first start on 31 March 2009 in a friendly 2–0 victory over Angola.On 6 September 2009 he scored his first goal in a competitive international match against Togo in the 2010 World Cup qualification after he broke through the opposing defence in stoppage time.
On 3 June 2011, Taarabt ended his international career the day after being dropped to the bench for an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Algeria.

Dostoevsky
29.09.2011, 13:47
No need for that '- Midfielder/Winger- QPR'. I will edit it.

Cuti
29.09.2011, 13:48
Never saw him before this year, though I had heard of him. I've seen him play 2-3 games with QPR and he has been quite impressive so far, though he has not scored yet...he is exciting to watch, as is Faulin from QPR

Dostoevsky
29.09.2011, 13:49
Every time I see his name I get to hear about his failure at Tottenham and instant replies how he chokes at 'big' clubs. I'm not sure how to classify this guy, I've seen him doing some tricks but I didn't watch him that often.

Cheesio
29.09.2011, 13:53
Adel for me is the best moroccan talent we have right now, his problem is his head, if he can sort that problem he'll be a decent player in any team.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EycVq3QHa_0&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=genQt8mT_lA

Dostoevsky
29.09.2011, 13:57
Adel for me is the best moroccan talent we have right now, his problem is his head, if he can sort that problem he'll be a decent player in any team.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EycVq3QHa_0&feature=related

Jesus Christ, what the hell did just happen, I had that song in my head and when I played the video I was like :shifty: WTF

And what do you mean with his head? He's having attitude problems, inconsistent?

Cheesio
29.09.2011, 13:57
Every time I see his name I get to hear about his failure at Tottenham and instant replies how he chokes at 'big' clubs. I'm not sure how to classify this guy, I've seen him doing some tricks but I didn't watch him that often.

He was an 18 years old when he signed for Totthenham, never got a fair chance and you must know how much it's difficult for a player coming from Africa to blossom at such a young age.


Never saw him before this year, though I had heard of him. I've seen him play 2-3 games with QPR and he has been quite impressive so far, though he has not scored yet...he is exciting to watch, as is Faulin from QPR

Yes, he's been doing alright this year not like last year tough, he's still QPR best player but i'd like him to move to spain or france where his strength will be more used.His style of play doesn't suit england.

Dostoevsky
29.09.2011, 13:59
I heard Real was interested in him, but those news faded away.

Cheesio
29.09.2011, 14:00
Jesus Christ, what the hell did just happen, I had that song in my head and when I played the video I was like :shifty: WTF

And what do you mean with his head? He's having attitude problems, inconsistent?

Yep he in some way like Balotelli, he's very confident and arrogant at the same time. He's a very moody player ( Zlatan), if he's enjoying the game you get one of the most ecviting players, if he's bored he tend to fade away from games.


I heard Real was interested in him, but those news faded away.

Real, Arsenal, Chelsea were all interested in him but PSG and Malaga showed the real interest this summer and i thought he'll be leaving. Some freinds met him in a club here in Marrakech early in the summer and asked him if he's leaving and he said i'm definetely going to leave, i don't know what happened but i know that the fee that QPR was asking was high and PSG withdrawn from the negociations. I hope he leaves as early as January. It doesn't help playing with 10 Iaquintas.

Cuti
30.09.2011, 08:34
Every game i've seen him play so far he has seemed to be enjoying himself, for his sake, hopefully he gets rid of his bad attitude (though this year the few games I've seen he hasn't had a bad attitude)

Nedvěd
01.10.2011, 10:03
He was tearing Championship defenders to shreds last season, but so much this season in the Premier league. Very skillful with amazing footwork. The Premier league might not be his best choice, he'd fit more in Italy, France or Spain.
Thing is, no matter how good he can be, there are loads of attacking midfielders of his age, and even younger, and already better.

Götze, Özil, Nasri, Pastore, Iličić, Lamela, Ganso etc... are all better than him, and play in his position.

Klin
01.10.2011, 10:08
Seems like another one of those annoying show ponies.

Fake Melo
01.10.2011, 10:10
Seems like another one of those annoying show ponies.

:agree:

Cheesio
01.10.2011, 12:38
You hate Neymar too ??

Fake Melo
01.10.2011, 12:42
Comparing Neymar to this guy :sergio:

Cheesio
01.10.2011, 12:52
Comparing Neymar to this guy :sergio:

Answer the question, you know i'm not comparing them. You've just said that Adel is an annoying showpony, Neymar would fall in that Category too ??

Bianconero_Aus
01.10.2011, 12:54
lol

Fake Melo
01.10.2011, 12:56
Answer the question, you know i'm not comparing them. You've just said that Adel is an annoying showpony, Neymar would fall in that Category too ??

Neymar isn't annoying, he is entertaining.

Cheesio
01.10.2011, 12:58
So is Taarabt :) . You are just hating now.

Klin
01.10.2011, 16:10
Cheese, you should learn not to be a fanboy of mediocre players.

Cheesio
01.10.2011, 16:13
:yawn: He's my homeboy :D

YasoR17
01.10.2011, 16:51
Well Neymar hasn't been anything but a fancy showpony so far. Oh yeah, and he's Brazilian. HYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPE!

Cheesio
01.10.2011, 16:52
Yaser :heart:

ALC
01.10.2011, 19:33
Yea, but Neymar's actually good :lol:

YasoR17
01.10.2011, 19:50
Of course. He has already proven that he is. In Brazil.

Question is, is he good enough to play in Europe? I wouldn't be surprised if he wasn't.

ALC
01.10.2011, 20:14
He's also been great for his NT, people aren't hyping him for no reason. I think he'll definitely have an impact on whatever team he goes.

YasoR17
01.10.2011, 20:18
No, but it helps that he's Brazilian. So far he is nothing but a raw talent.

Cheesio
01.10.2011, 20:19
I bet if Taarabt was from Argentina/Brazil, people will be sucking his dick.

TrezJuve
01.10.2011, 20:23
He's also been great for his NT, people aren't hyping him for no reason. I think he'll definitely have an impact on whatever team he goes.

How many times did you see Neymar?

I know that majority of people that rates him like he's best thing since slice bread are just rating him according to his hype. He's a really talented player, don't get me wrong, but he's just not what he's made out to be.

adriano_c
02.10.2011, 01:15
Of course. He has already proven that he is. In Brazil.

Question is, is he good enough to play in Europe? I wouldn't be surprised if he wasn't.

Pato jumped into Serie A just fine. Neymar's shown way more. Shouldn't have a problem in Italy or Spain, I'd think.

ALC
02.10.2011, 01:55
How many times did you see Neymar?

I know that majority of people that rates him like he's best thing since slice bread are just rating him according to his hype. He's a really talented player, don't get me wrong, but he's just not what he's made out to be.

I've seen him play three times so far. One of them against US. I'm not a big fan but he's good, really good.

Messi/Ronaldo level, being Brazilian has nothing to do with it.

YasoR17
02.10.2011, 16:12
Messi/Ronaldo level? How can you say that so soon? lol

Suns
02.10.2011, 16:18
I bet if Taarabt was from Argentina/Brazil, people will be sucking his dick. No, not really. Why would people hype up a Brazilian who has played a good season in the Championship?

Lets wait and see what happens this season.

Cheesio
02.10.2011, 16:22
No, not really. Why would people hype up a Brazilian who has played a good season in the Championship?

Lets wait and see what happens this season.

I just hope he moves out from QPR and play for club in La liga or Ligue1 where he could showcase his talent more.

Quetzalcoatl
02.10.2011, 16:24
If Taarabt was Italian, he'd be co-owned between Juventus and Parma right now.

Kyle
02.10.2011, 16:26
I've seen him play three times so far. One of them against US. I'm not a big fan but he's good, really good.

Messi/Ronaldo level, being Brazilian has nothing to do with it.
Neymar? What the fuck? No way.

ALC
02.10.2011, 16:29
He will be.

Suns
02.10.2011, 16:34
If Taarabt was Italian, he'd be co-owned between Juventus and Parma right now. And top scorer in Serie A.

Kyle
02.10.2011, 16:35
He will be.
I highly doubt it.

ALC
02.10.2011, 16:36
We'll wait....and see.

YasoR17
02.10.2011, 16:36
..how he miserably fails.

ALC
02.10.2011, 16:39
....that's your guess.

Quetzalcoatl
02.10.2011, 16:41
And top scorer in Serie A.Are you saying that Tarab is as good as Giovinco?

Suns
02.10.2011, 17:26
Are you saying that Tarab is as good as Giovinco?Don't know anything about Taarabt :boh:

Fake Melo
03.10.2011, 13:08
He went home during the halftime when QPR were getting trashed :D
--

QPR hit by Adel Taarabt ‘walkout’ after 6-0 demolition at Fulham

QPR manager Neil Warnock last night refused to comment on reports Adel Taarabt stormed out of Craven Cottage after being replaced at half-time during a humiliating defeat to Fulham.

Andy Johnson’s hat-trick, a penalty from Danny Murphy and efforts from Clint Dempsey and Bobby Zamora took the hosts to their first Premier League win of the season in emphatic fashion.
But when asked about the incident with the temperamental Taarabt, Warnock said: ‘That’s not my problem at the moment. I have no idea [whether he left].
‘I’ve more worries than any individual when you lose 6-0.’
He added: ‘I don’t think you can blame Adel Taarabt today.
‘If I’m honest, if we had Darren Bent playing for us today, and a few England players, we’d have still been beaten 6-0.
‘You’re going to get days when he throws his toys out the pram but that isn’t a worry for me.’
Fulham boss Martin Jol was delighted by his team’s performance, especially with Johnson, who followed up his two Europa League goals at Odense in midweek with another three yesterday.
Talks over a new deal for Johnson are ongoing and Jol said: ‘Other people are doing the negotiations. But I feel Andy and Fulham is a good combination.’
The Dutchman also played down reports of a training ground bust-up with striker Zamora last week, adding: ‘Bobby is okay. He is a sensitive person.’


http://www.metro.co.uk/sport/football/877341-qpr-hit-by-adel-taarabt-walkout-after-6-0-demolition-at-fulham#ixzz1ZiS0Fjdu

Cheesio
03.10.2011, 13:10
:sergio:

PedroFlu
05.10.2011, 01:01
There's people talking stupid things about a guy they've never seen play.

Of course the fact he's Brazilian helps, but the kid is a fucking beast. 18 yrs old, and he is able to take the responsibility of being the main Brazilian player of the moment, the best country in football history so far. And 3 yrs to host a WC here. The pressure is absolutely huge, he is the present and the future, with no reference on the NT right now (Ronaldinho will never be entirely back). And you know what? The kid can take it.

13 games for the NT team, 7 goals, by far the best player in those games. It's rare to see him play bad.

If he's going to be like Messi or Ronaldo, i don't know. But he's going to be a legend.

The Curr
05.10.2011, 01:11
There's people talking stupid things about a guy they've never seen play.

Of course the fact he's Brazilian helps, but the kid is a fucking beast. 18 yrs old, and he is able to take the responsibility of being the main Brazilian player of the moment, the best country in football history so far. And 3 yrs to host a WC here. The pressure is absolutely huge, he is the present and the future, with no reference on the NT right now (Ronaldinho will never be entirely back). And you know what? The kid can take it.

13 games for the NT team, 7 goals, by far the best player in those games. It's rare to see him play bad.

If he's going to be like Messi or Ronaldo, i don't know. But he's going to be a legend.

:lol:

Fred
05.10.2011, 01:13
Whats so funny? :confused:

The Curr
05.10.2011, 01:16
Whats so funny? :confused:
I assumed he was talking about Taarabt. I hadn't seen the previous page.

Fred
05.10.2011, 01:21
Ok ya, that would have been funny :D

Cheesio
05.10.2011, 02:18
Fred :disagree:

Fred
05.10.2011, 02:44
You know i love Moroccan players :D

Cheesio
05.10.2011, 02:47
:heart: I know bro

Trezegol17
05.10.2011, 08:43
He's the guy who run out of the stadium when he got subbed right? :disagree:

Cheesio
10.10.2011, 00:13
:delpiero:

YasoR17
10.10.2011, 00:29
:D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQT2dGIaHPk

Cheesio
10.10.2011, 00:30
Man what a game from him :D, I loved how he hugged Gerets after the goal :weee:

YasoR17
10.10.2011, 01:17
Great moment :agree:

Fred
10.10.2011, 09:24
He was amazing yesterday

Cheesio
10.10.2011, 16:08
He was amazing yesterday

What do you think od Assaidi Fred, I assumed you watched the game.

:touched:
https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/321287_2304551206893_1042629416_32661360_135913068 1_n.jpg

Fred
11.10.2011, 00:32
Assaidi was very good too, his cross for the first goal was amazing. He got past his defender all the time, but sometimes his end product was lacking especially when he crossed with his left, but all in all, he was very lively, energetic and was a nuisance to Tanzania's defense with his dribbling.

and of course i watched the game :)

DVS
21.12.2011, 09:04
QPR 22 year old attacking midfielder Adel Taarabt has declared: ""I want to play week in, week out, I am not happy to sit on the bench, my job is to play football. I understand I cannot play every game but we play only once in a week so I need to be doing that and starting the game".

JUVEMAN1211
21.12.2011, 13:46
this guy is so good in fifa........lolz. I have him for ultimate team and he is a beast

YasoR17
21.12.2011, 13:49
He is on his way out in January. Fuck QPR.

Nzoric
21.12.2011, 14:21
Id buy him for 5-6m. He's got some potential, if it wasn't for that cunt Joey Barton he could have evolved to an even better player.

Fred
21.12.2011, 14:34
Warnock is a classless cunt that does not appreciate talent, i'm sure he'd bench Messi if he had him on his team for players like Barton and Mackie. Hope the asshole gets sacked as soon as possible.

Nicholas
21.12.2011, 16:46
Warnock is a classless cunt that does not appreciate talent, i'm sure he'd bench Messi if he had him on his team for players like Barton and Mackie. Hope the asshole gets sacked as soon as possible.

No Taarabt is just a Primadonna idiot who believes his own hype.

Bozi
21.12.2011, 17:03
Warnock is a classless cunt that does not appreciate talent, i'm sure he'd bench Messi if he had him on his team for players like Barton and Mackie. Hope the asshole gets sacked as soon as possible.
not a fan then Fred?

YasoR17
21.12.2011, 17:05
No Taarabt is just a pre Madonna idiot who believes his own hype.

Primadonna. Like Neymar for instance. Warnock is still a cunt.

Gabriel
21.12.2011, 17:06
Meh, that's the word that best describes Taraabt.

Nicholas
21.12.2011, 17:07
Primadonna. Like Neymar for instance. Warnock is still a cunt.

Yet Neymar has more talent in his toe than Taarabt has in his whole body. There's hardly many clubs queuing up for this wonderful talent is there?

Taarabt is a cunt in how he's acted, like leaving the ground and HT etc.

YasoR17
21.12.2011, 17:11
Yet Neymar has more talent in his toe than Taarabt has in his whole body. There's hardly many clubs queuing up for this wonderful talent is there?

Taarabt is a cunt in how he's acted, like leaving the ground and HT etc.

Trust me, Taarabt has talent. Saying Neymar has more in his toe is just being stupid. Why are you being stupid Nicholas? :confused:

Nicholas
21.12.2011, 17:13
Trust me, Taarabt has talent. Saying Neymar has more in his toe is just being stupid. Why are you being stupid Nicholas? :confused:

It's not being stupid. It's looking at the facts. He did amazing in the Championship but so did David Nugent, he's looked out of his depth when he played in the Premiership this season and many QPR fans would agree.

GordoDeCentral
21.12.2011, 17:18
lolz @ comparing taarabt to neymar

Fred
21.12.2011, 17:19
No Taarabt is just a Primadonna idiot who believes his own hype.

He has serious attitude problems and has in no way proven himself. He is a primadonna, and he needs to get his head out of his arse if he wants to have a career. Still, i've always disliked Warnock, look at some of the comments he makes, like one he made when he was at Sheffield when he said he'd rather watch the EPL than the CL. Guy is a xenophobic classless cunt, and you cannot convince me in any way that Taarabt does not deserve a place in this QPR team. Warnock was being a cunt to Taarabt from the very start. That being said, the way Taarabt is reacting is both inexcusable and unprofessional. He should put his head down, work hard and prove Warnock wrong, instead of whining, bitching and moaning about not getting his chance.


not a fan then Fred?

Not at all.

Cheesio
17.12.2012, 10:38
His second goal :tuttosport:

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5YSOaDryveU

Suns
24.12.2012, 13:42
"Milan are not going through the best of periods right now and are no longer one of the top teams. But if I sign for Milan they would open up doors for me to get to the really big clubs like Real Madrid and Barca"

:lol: :lol: :lol: I don't know what's funnier, Adel Taarabt thinking he's Messi or Milan just getting cock slapped.

Bianconero_Aus
24.12.2012, 13:52
Getting burnt by Taarabt :howler:

Oh Bbilan, how the mighty have fallen.

Osman
24.12.2012, 14:09
Lol a nobody like that saying that about a big club, even in their pathetic state, is ridicolously funny case of gigantic ego.

Bianconero_Aus
24.12.2012, 14:11
Taarabt and Bbilan deserve each other IMO.

Salvatore
24.12.2012, 14:40
I'm torn between thinking he's a dribbling moron and thinking he's a king for saying that about Milan. :lol:

Trequartista
24.12.2012, 14:41
Not dark enough for Barbara.

Cheesio
24.12.2012, 14:52
Legend :lol: :lol:

TrezJuve
24.12.2012, 15:15
:seven:

Marty
24.12.2012, 15:21
"Milan are not going through the best of periods right now and are no longer one of the top teams. But if I sign for Milan they would open up doors for me to get to the really big clubs like Real Madrid and Barca"

:lol: :lol: :lol: I don't know what's funnier, Adel Taarabt thinking he's Messi or Milan just getting cock slapped.

I love it :D

Nicholas
24.12.2012, 15:49
Milan :lol:

Getting insulted by Championship level players :howler:

Bianconero_Aus
24.12.2012, 15:52
I wanna see if the Rossomerde forum has picked up on it yet :D

Suns
24.12.2012, 15:58
More from this fella:

Better AC Milan or Juventus? "I admire the work of Conte, the elegance of Vucinic, the determination of Marchisio and Vidal. Chiellini does not inspire me as a character, but he's a great defender. Pogba is a friend. Milanista But I prefer the culture. With Juve there are no contacts."

- Google translate

Nicholas
24.12.2012, 16:01
He's hardly one to talk about character, he's a bell-end.

Salvatore
24.12.2012, 16:02
Isn't he Boateng's sex slave?

Cheesio
24.12.2012, 16:08
Adel :heart:

Fake Melo
24.12.2012, 16:15
What a clown :lol:

Bianconero81
25.12.2012, 05:47
Shite player = shite attitude in this case.

Nzoric
26.12.2012, 21:56
He just became one of my favorite players, forza Taraabt :rofl:

Deep C
26.12.2012, 22:54
nzoric posting spree

Nzoric
27.12.2012, 00:04
nzoric posting spree

boom boom pew

YasoR17
29.12.2012, 12:53
More from this fella:

Better AC Milan or Juventus? "I admire the work of Conte, the elegance of Vucinic, the determination of Marchisio and Vidal. Chiellini does not inspire me as a character, but he's a great defender. Pogba is a friend. Milanista But I prefer the culture. With Juve there are no contacts."

- Google translate

Adel knows what's up.

Lemon318
30.12.2012, 04:00
Chiellini doesn't inspire him? Who does? Joey Barton?

Osman
31.12.2012, 15:14
Lol was random about Giorgios uninspiring personality. Why is he talking about Italian clubs, whether it's positive or negative, seems random.

Gep
01.01.2013, 14:40
Big fish in a small pond. Wasn't he a spurs reject? Anyways his comments are funny tho

Nzoric
01.01.2013, 18:52
change your damn name back :D