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    Quote Originally Posted by ADP1897 View Post
    Do you know if he's goes to jakarta/other indonesian city?
    Will definetely take a 1st flight to saw him for real.

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    I'd guess that he travels to other Indonesian cities from time to time but no idea what are his plans for the near future. I'd love to see him for real as well. Better ask him directly. @Albertmare

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    Quote Originally Posted by piotrr View Post
    I'd guess that he travels to other Indonesian cities from time to time but no idea what are his plans for the near future. I'd love to see him for real as well. Better ask him directly. @Albertmare
    Don't think so..
    He's on Pirlo testimonial match isn't he?

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    Sadly, Dybala still not on Alex level. Maybe in a couple of years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc View Post
    Sadly, Dybala still not on Alex level. Maybe in a couple of years.

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    Nah, in his age Del Piero was unstoppable and playing probably in the best serie a defensively era.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azzurri7 View Post
    Nah, in his age Del Piero was unstoppable and playing probably in the best serie a defensively era.
    Yep. I wouldn't expect Dybi to reach his level. Ale is GOAT after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc View Post
    Sadly, Dybala still not on Alex level. Maybe in a couple of years.
    he's a pretty different player compared to Alex, I don't think his involvement in build-up and linking defense to attack will ever be the same, Alex was a great SS that could go deep, collect the ball and bring it forward drawing fouls like a master, I don't think Dybala will ever be the same type of player, he needs to be closer to the box

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azzurri7 View Post
    Nah, in his age Del Piero was unstoppable and playing probably in the best serie a defensively era.
    The difference between them is that Alex performed amazingly in Champions League. Dybala is kind of a choker in CL.

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    Yep. I wouldn't expect Dybi to reach his level. Ale is GOAT after all.
    What about Berna?

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    the age difference is too much to compare. dybala could have an immense carreer in front of him but its unlikely because the other stars done it already at his age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blondu View Post
    the age difference is too much to compare. dybala could have an immense carreer in front of him but its unlikely because the other stars done it already at his age.
    if we compare playing styles, I'd say Dybala is more of a David Villa than a Del Piero, not really fair to expect him to perform as a SS or trequartista if he's not one

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    Quote Originally Posted by blondu View Post
    the age difference is too much to compare. dybala could have an immense carreer in front of him but its unlikely because the other stars done it already at his age.
    Not necessarily. Nedved peaked at the latter stages of his career and won the Ballon D'Or being 30 or 31 years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull View Post
    if we compare playing styles, I'd say Dybala is more of a David Villa than a Del Piero, not really fair to expect him to perform as a SS or trequartista if he's not one
    Style-wise Dybala is the closest thing to ADP, just a lot less talented.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvin View Post
    Style-wise Dybala is the closest thing to ADP, just a lot less talented.
    dunno, to me Insigne is more similar to DP, not Dybala. Paolo's shots from outside the box and freekicks remind me of DP a lot, but DP was a lot more involved in the build up and bringing the ball forward, Dybala basically is a final third player, even when he's supposedly playing treq in 4231

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