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View Poll Results: How many goals and assists this year?

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  • 0-5 GOALS

    4 2.12%
  • 6-10 GOALS

    39 20.63%
  • 11-15 GOALS

    93 49.21%
  • 15+ GOALS

    42 22.22%
  • 0-5 ASSISTS

    12 6.35%
  • 6-10 ASSISTS

    87 46.03%
  • 11-15 ASSISTS

    43 22.75%
  • 15+ ASSISTS

    17 8.99%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven View Post
    Of course not.

    But I haven't seen someone else play like Messi or Ronaldo yet either. So at 28 he very well might be the best player around.
    You saw Ronaldo nazario pre-injury and Zidane against legendary defenders. One of them who at 37 put Messi in his pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zacheryah View Post
    You saw Ronaldo nazario pre-injury and Zidane against legendary defenders. One of them who at 37 put Messi in his pocket.
    Their careers were long gone before Ronaldo and Messi peaked. And even so, they were less of a constant force than either Messi or Ronaldo.

    Injuries definitely hampered Brazilian Ronaldo, but that too is part of talent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianconero_Aus View Post
    These comparisons are so stupid and very harmful for the lad.

    Messi will take years to reach Dybi-gol's level.
    That's exactly what I meant, $#@! Messi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianconero_Aus View Post
    These comparisons are so stupid and very harmful for the lad.

    Messi will take years to reach Dybi-gol's level.
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    One unique and great thing that Messi will never ever have the privilege of having is playing for a great club. Dybala is already there.
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    That's exactly what I meant, $#@! Messi
    Zacheryah was here

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    Quote Originally Posted by vodka View Post
    but people talk of him being a direct replacement of messi. event footballers say that. i think thats is very exhagerrated
    Messi si unique. His CV is enough to prove it. I think any football fan can conclude this by now.

    Dybala will most likely never reach messi´s achievement, so comparison are useless. Not dybala´s fault but if you look at it in another perspective...Messi has been the first striker to be this effective in the history of european football. No one before him has been as releveant in europe. We all know we have our own idols, but fact is that messi has put the numbers and grabbed the trophies.

    Until someone else comes and emulates, or best his records, talk is futile.

    And btw, that one trick pony Dwarf bores me, but his skill is unquestioned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydde View Post
    Messi si unique. His CV is enough to prove it. I think any football fan can conclude this by now.

    Dybala will most likely never reach messi´s achievement, so comparison are useless. Not dybala´s fault but if you look at it in another perspective...Messi has been the first striker to be this effective in the history of european football. No one before him has been as releveant in europe. We all know we have our own idols, but fact is that messi has put the numbers and grabbed the trophies.

    Until someone else comes and emulates, or best his records, talk is futile.

    And btw, that one trick pony Dwarf bores me, but his skill is unquestioned.

    Except you know even during Messi's career there's someone scoring and winning just as much.
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    Messi is great and all, no doubt about dat.
    But it's really hard to compare players from different epochs. For example, original Ronaldo, who is the most complete attacking player in my book from what I've seen, was not nearly protected by the refs as much as nowadays stars. Some fouls on him was plain brutal, Uefa would ban someone to half a year at least if he touches up Messi or CriRo this way, and in young Ronaldo times it was only yellow card sometimes.

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    This is how bacon is supposed to be. The fries, they blend so perfectly.
    The cheese up in here, is goin' ham. Dayum, dayum, dayum!
    I wish, you can smell what I'm smellin'. You bite the fry, the fry bites back my man.
    Dayum, dayum, dayum!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydde View Post
    Messi si unique. His CV is enough to prove it. I think any football fan can conclude this by now.

    Dybala will most likely never reach messi´s achievement, so comparison are useless. Not dybala´s fault but if you look at it in another perspective...Messi has been the first striker to be this effective in the history of european football. No one before him has been as releveant in europe. We all know we have our own idols, but fact is that messi has put the numbers and grabbed the trophies.

    Until someone else comes and emulates, or best his records, talk is futile.

    And btw, that one trick pony Dwarf bores me, but his skill is unquestioned.

    How is he a one trick pony?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    How is he a one trick pony?
    1) Cut inside from the right
    2)dribble random dude
    3)cut inside again in case if another dude
    4)shoot
    5)profit

    This is how bacon is supposed to be. The fries, they blend so perfectly.
    The cheese up in here, is goin' ham. Dayum, dayum, dayum!
    I wish, you can smell what I'm smellin'. You bite the fry, the fry bites back my man.
    Dayum, dayum, dayum!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydde View Post
    1) Cut inside from the right
    2)dribble random dude
    3)cut inside again in case if another dude
    4)shoot
    5)profit

    That's Robben

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    you forgot his body feints. One trick pony
    Last edited by GiocataGrande; 11.01.2017 at 02:24.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kopanja View Post
    Messi is great and all, no doubt about dat.
    But it's really hard to compare players from different epochs. For example, original Ronaldo, who is the most complete attacking player in my book from what I've seen, was not nearly protected by the refs as much as nowadays stars. Some fouls on him was plain brutal, Uefa would ban someone to half a year at least if he touches up Messi or CriRo this way, and in young Ronaldo times it was only yellow card sometimes.
    Honestly I think It would be hard to find in the past two teams so ref-in -the-pocket for so long that It have been with Farca-Madrid. They r so use to the extra help that some farca-boys like pique are trying to put all their.current situation to the referees and just two games ago they played once more against 9 men in the Atletic game. And there's no need to talk about RM and all that ridiculous situation against that middle team in the japanesee league

    Messi and Cristiano are great, no doubt about It, but Uefa and Fifa did everything they could to make than both bigger that what they deserve.

    Maradona with that help would have two WC and Pele would achieve 2000 goals
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    No matter how much you hate Messi ,you have to admit he is the greatest player ever !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Albo View Post
    No matter how much you hate Messi ,you have to admit he is the greatest player ever !
    no you don't

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albo View Post
    No matter how much you hate Messi ,you have to admit he is the greatest player ever !
    There's another player playing right now and scoring and winning just as much.

    In terms of sheer ability, I think you could say Messi is the best ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven View Post
    There's another player playing right now and scoring and winning just as much.

    In terms of sheer ability, I think you could say Messi is the best ever.
    It's even hard to compare sheer ability. Football changes, doping, training etc. It's not fair to compare Messi with someone like Pele for example. On youtube Messi looks like player from another player, but Pele has 3 WC wins (and would have had 4 if refs were not that blind).

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    To compare a footballer from Pele's age to Messi's (our current) brings many difficulties. The sport has changed a lot. Tactically and physically.

    But nevertheless, a great player is a great player. If you would time travel Messi to Pele's age, he obviously would dominate, if not even more, just the same as he has done in our time.

    The same with Pele: if he grew up around our time and got the same disciplined training, media coverage,physical benefits etc, he would surely succeed to be one of the greats too.

    A truly legendary player comes around very rarely, and when he does, we all take notice.

    no matter if it's 50 years ago or now.
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    Dybala will sign a 5-year contract that will pay him 5m/year in the 1st year which will increase to 7m/year in the 3rd year. #LaStampa
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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    To compare a footballer from Pele's age to Messi's (our current) brings many difficulties. The sport has changed a lot. Tactically and physically.

    But nevertheless, a great player is a great player. If you would time travel Messi to Pele's age, he obviously would dominate, if not even more, just the same as he has done in our time.

    The same with Pele: if he grew up around our time and got the same disciplined training, media coverage,physical benefits etc, he would surely succeed to be one of the greats too.

    A truly legendary player comes around very rarely, and when he does, we all take notice.

    no matter if it's 50 years ago or now.
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    This is how bacon is supposed to be. The fries, they blend so perfectly.
    The cheese up in here, is goin' ham. Dayum, dayum, dayum!
    I wish, you can smell what I'm smellin'. You bite the fry, the fry bites back my man.
    Dayum, dayum, dayum!


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