Nerves out of steel!!
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Testa. Cuore. Gambe.
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!
His interview after the match was great
only because of @The Pado
We really need to hold on to this guy to make a statement. On top of that, we have to keep developing the Juventus brand so that when random football fans think of Juventus when they think Italy.
Germany (practical football): Bayern Munich
Spanish (tiki Taka): Barca
English (drama football): Man U
Italy (grinta): Juventus???
Our brand identity is not that strong yet. We should invest more money in building the J brand. Such as sponsoring a MMA fighter with grinta, Conor McGregor etc.
And then we should make Stoke City our feeder club as they have the most grinta in EPL. Use that to increase our exposure in EPL football fans eyes as well.
Finally we should start building J Street Football Courts in South East Asia, as that region is where the next growth is at.
Dybala and Grinta at the same sentence
He's falling down & protesting too much for my own liking. But i agree on holding on to Dybala for our next brand/statement.
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that penalty took balls especially since his miss vs supercoppa. well $#@!ing done.
pavel nedved, david trezeguet and mauro camoranesi, you will be sorely missed.
L’Avvocato always looked to the man rather than the player, so a champion was not just visible by his free kicks or dribbling skills
6TH MAY 2012
He is actually strong on the ball like Messi. He just chooses to go down when possible, to win free kicks etc.
2015-2016 Dybala was a beast. Y_Y wish he would go back being that player.
Dunno if it's the chance of formation or the injury he had at the start of the season but that's not him!
Change in formation methinks.
2015/2016 - 64 injuries.
Yes, its the changing responsibilities for him in the team.
Before he was our main goalscorer and playing next to Mandzukic, who is great at setting you and playing with his back to goal. Mandzukic is like the perfect partner for a SS to score. When we played Dybala-Morata it never worked.
Now with Higuain, Dybala has to be the provider first and create more for the team. Specially earlier in the season when our midfield was a train wreck and Dybala had to drop way back to create. He didn't score much in that period, but he was basically our entire game. It was dire to watch our play when he was out.
For how much he "looks" like a playmaker, Dybala has always been the goal scoring CF at Palermo (playing in front of Franco Vazquez) and in his first season here. So now he has adapted to a new role and it takes some time. He is playing great, just doing different things.