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    He'll escape by digging a hole every time he makes a cross though.
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    Marrone certainly looks very competent, another Turin native, combative midfielder, I assume he is Juventino also?

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    looked a real bright spark...great to see another exciting talent from the Primavera
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    but he is not a straight zanettis replacement,he'll stay in the primavera that's for sure
    we might check ekdal and castiglia,see their progress this season and who knows maybe one of those 2 might come back.

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    From what i saw, he certainly has what it takes to be something..who knows he might be our Aquilani but without injuries i hopre
    Ferrara seems to have faith in him too which is a big factor in his future development.
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    Man, it's a weird feeling cheering for footballers who are younger than you, isn't it?
    Yea...i always have this feeling but he's 1 year older than i am so im cool with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by juve's big fan View Post

    Yea...i always have this feeling but he's 1 year older than i am so im cool with that.
    How come you always have this feeling? Which are the players younger than you that you always cheer for and you find that feeling weird?
    Erli Cupi?

    Because if you're 1 year younger than Marrone, it means that you were born in 1991. So which are the players born after 1991 that you always cheer for?

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    In whole of top football, players younger then 91 that played enough senior football to not be deemed just youth players, I can only think of Jack Wilshire.
    "Here’s the reality Spinazzola is just as good and some aspects of his game better. "

    Quote Originally Posted by AndreaCristiano View Post
    Also yes I believe Spinazzola is a better defender than sandro and just as good in other aspects

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osman View Post
    In whole of top football, players younger then 91 that played enough senior football to not be deemed just youth players, I can only think of Jack Wilshire.
    Wow, that Jack Wilshire must have found the fountain of youth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    He'll escape by digging a hole every time he makes a cross though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LetsBrushYourTeeth View Post
    Wow, that Jack Wilshire must have found the fountain of youth.
    I ofcourse meant the year their born
    "Here’s the reality Spinazzola is just as good and some aspects of his game better. "

    Quote Originally Posted by AndreaCristiano View Post
    Also yes I believe Spinazzola is a better defender than sandro and just as good in other aspects

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alen View Post
    How come you always have this feeling? Which are the players younger than you that you always cheer for and you find that feeling weird?
    Erli Cupi?

    Because if you're 1 year younger than Marrone, it means that you were born in 1991. So which are the players born after 1991 that you always cheer for?
    Well there is Abdallah Deeb, Mahmood Shilbayeh and Ali Joma'a all of whom play for Wehdat F.C, Jordan's most popular club.
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    Quote Originally Posted by juve's big fan View Post
    Well there is Abdallah Deeb, Mahmood Shilbayeh and Ali Joma'a all of whom play for Wehdat F.C, Jordan's most popular club.
    Mahmoud Shelbaieh that plays for Wehdat FC is 29

    The other two are also older than you.

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    How the hell do u know that?!
    Quote Originally Posted by Nelson Mandela
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    he is A L E N

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Luke View Post
    he is A L E N
    Quote Originally Posted by Nelson Mandela
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    How the hell do u know that?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelson Mandela
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    Quote Originally Posted by LetsBrushYourTeeth View Post
    Now lets not start getting carried away here and kissing each others' asses. The kid has a long ways to go.

    I'm just glad that he isn't loaned out yet.
    Yeah....you better not jinx it now
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