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    This is the first time I feel this way about Leo, but watching him facing that concrete wall in what looks like the intro to an indonesian snuff film, made me a bit sad to be honest. He deserves better.

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    ville la' fattigrøve & skvadderhoveder gasse

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    What a good day to say $#@! bonucci

    Hey bony did you see the cristiano news?
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    Juventus is a great club for sheer fact that it can make a great champions and very good players out of idiots like BonBon and steer them to glory.When club lets them decide on their own you get a clear look of how much of a fool certain player is and what he becomes without Juve...he becomes or better he returns to be a complete hungier than ever idiot he used to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by am0110 View Post
    Juventus is a great club for sheer fact that it can make a great champions and very good players out of idiots like BonBon and steer them to glory.When club lets them decide on their own you get a clear look of how much of a fool certain player is and what he becomes without Juve...he becomes or better he returns to be a complete hungier than ever idiot he used to be.
    I hope Alex Sandro reads this.

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    Sell H16UAIN!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nzoric View Post
    This is the first time I feel this way about Leo, but watching him facing that concrete wall in what looks like the intro to an indonesian snuff film, made me a bit sad to be honest. He deserves better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klin View Post
    Why?
    Maybe because from a professional angle it can't get worse. I've heard a player to have a few coaches per year, but a few presidents and a few projects in the same club in one summer... That is a record.

    He might not make it in Europe by no fault of his and the few admirers and offers he did get are gone or dwindling numbers wise now.
    ADP#10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suns View Post
    Has to be one of the worst moves in football in a long, long time. He went from being regarded as the best CB in the world to playing in a $#@! system and nobody thinks about him anymore.
    And now his team about to be liquidated.
    The worst part about it is that it was so predictable too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven View Post
    The worst part about it is that it was so predictable too.

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    Exactly. always said that in order for a defender to shine individually they need to be in a great system. Leaving a system that put him in a position to look like the best in the world, into a joke of a team is so stupid. He's only 30/31, he has atleast 1 big contract left in him.

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    What is tgis $#@! im hearing that Bonucci wants to return and he offered hinself to Juve??
    F*CK the 3-5-2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juve_fanatic View Post
    What is tgis $#@! im hearing that Bonucci wants to return and he offered hinself to Juve??
    what a moron, he can stay in Bbilan
    Juve Fino Alla Fine!

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    Vucinic he once told Arturo that he will fuck Arturo mother and sister and Arturo was mad, but then he saw that Mirko tells that to everyone and he even told his twin brother that he will fuck his mother and sister. That is something Mirko say all the time and now nobody is angry with Mirko.

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    No, thanks.

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    There are reports this evening that Leonardo Bonucci’s agent asked Milan for a transfer, with Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea interested.


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    #newadventure
    Lo stile Juve

    "Simplicity, professionalism and sobriety"

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    And what a project that was!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagi View Post


    And what a project that was!
    I honestly laughed when I found out Elliott was involved. These guys are known for getting their hands dirty, and are known as a 'vulture fund' in my industry. They essentially wait for an ****ed situation: mismanaged assets, a company near default, awful management and find a backdoor way via ownership to get a seat at the negotiating table (bridge loans to distressed companies, buying up debt of bankrupt companies on the secondary market, etc.). They have teams of lawyers and will do incredible things in order to create value for their unit holders.

    Just to illustrate how far they will go...

    NEW YORK –When Paul Singer’s Elliott Capital launched a 15-year battle to wrestle billions out of Argentina for lapsed debt payments, it wasn’t the first time the hedge fund had taken on a foreign government.

    But few engagements have turned into such a high-profile international scuffle.

    In order to collect the decade-old debt, Singer’s fund tried to claim money deposited by the country’s central bank in the U.S. and Europe. And it sought to seize two satellite launch contracts between Argentina and SpaceX.

    Elliott Capital’s arguably most audacious scheme came in 2012, when the Argentine navy’s proud three-masted tall ship pulled into the port of Tema in Ghana with more than 250 crew members on board, recent graduates of the Escuela Naval de Argentina participating in an annual training session. The Libertad was worth a fraction of what the hedge fund claimed that it was owed, but the 100-meter ship quickly became a chip in an international fight over billions in old debt.

    Elliott Capital persuaded a Ghanaian court to seize the vessel so it could collect on its debt. Argentinian officials would lash out at Elliott as “unscrupulous financiers” and after more than two months the ship was released.

    Four years later, though, Elliott Capital and several other hedge funds and creditors are about to get their satisfaction.

    The Argentine government agreed to a settlement that would allow Singer’s fund to walk away with $2.4 billion for bonds that the government had failed to pay on, according to court documents. The bonds had a face value of $617 million, but had been purchased for about $117 million, according to an analysis of court records by Martin Guzman, a postdoctoral research fellow at Columbia University Graduate School of Business. Argentina’s Senate is scheduled to sign off on the deal this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klin View Post
    Why?
    Yeah.
    I lost everything for him. Thought he was different, though. I was shocked to see him act as he did, when he left. But this is how most of modern football works. Pogba’s departure didn’t upset me as much, cause he actually showed signs of wanting to market himself. But I did think that Pogba was a bit more about being known for footballing skills till I saw the United transfer saga.

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    Id buy him back for 20m.

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    I feel so happy seeing Bonucci's thread.

    It reminds me of joy and happy moments of us selling his ass. It makes me even more happy when I see what he accomplished in Milan.

    There's no way I'd consider getting him here even for 0 euros.
    Pirlo has no equal in Europe, Vidal is a champion. And Marchisio, though little noticed, when he is one hundred per cent [he too] is a champion.
    commentator: "...marchisio.... hardly mentioned his name tonight"

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