Adrien Rabiot (4 Viewers)

K.O.

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Nov 24, 2005
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It's kinda funny and incredibly stupid to support the national team that denied your national team a World Cup triumph as recently as 3 years ago.
 

Marc

Softcore Juventino
Jul 14, 2006
21,299
It's kinda funny and incredibly stupid to support the national team that denied your national team a World Cup triumph as recently as 3 years ago.
Not really. It was a win-win situation.

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:agree:

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+ there was that '98 match too, with someone's double
France is Croatia's big nemesis in football and especially handball.
 

Juve92

Senior Member
Jan 18, 2016
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He’s a meth head. :lol2:

He hates Allegri lol. And he hates Mandzukic too. Literally spewed diarrhea about Mario every time he was on the forum for a few years there, even when Mario was working his ass off, playing out of position on the wing helping us win domestic doubles and get to a CL final.
Ye I remember :lol:

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I want to know why are you laughing.
Because I find it funny :)
 

Juliano13

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May 6, 2012
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He’s a meth head. :lol2:

He hates Allegri lol. And he hates Mandzukic too. Literally spewed diarrhea about Mario every time he was on the forum for a few years there, even when Mario was working his ass off, playing out of position on the wing helping us win domestic doubles and get to a CL final.
And helped his National Team reach World Cup final.
 
May 26, 2016
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Another Beta/Cuck tool, that we have decided to give way too much money and responsibility for some weird reason. Subdued , Shy, anonymous performances are plenty, but he is still is given chance after chance. In the 90's fans would be throwing tomatoes at these kind of players. Shameful
 

K.O.

Senior Member
Nov 24, 2005
12,702
He's been the best of the bad bunch, that's why he was given chance after chance. He looks timid sometimes but also shows moments of brilliance such as his goals against Milan, Lazio and Porto. His defensive workrate, just like his offensive one is inconsistent but at least he never put us in a bad spot like Bentancur and Arthur did (the sending off vs. Roma was super harsh imo).

I understand people here hate him because he earns more than he deserves, but there is a reason he's called up to a French national team that is full of good midfielders and World Cup winners.
 
May 26, 2016
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He's been the best of the bad bunch, that's why he was given chance after chance. He looks timid sometimes but also shows moments of brilliance such as his goals against Milan, Lazio and Porto. His defensive workrate, just like his offensive one is inconsistent but at least he never put us in a bad spot like Bentancur and Arthur did (the sending off vs. Roma was super harsh imo).

I understand people here hate him because he earns more than he deserves, but there is a reason he's called up to a French national team that is full of good midfielders and World Cup winners.
its all flashes, some flashes of good, but mostly flashes of consistent anonymity or straight up timid/afraid play. Sugar coat it as much as you want. That he has been the best of the worst doesnt excuse anything and rather describes our dreadful situation in midfield. Do you really want these types of players to lead a Juventus midfield?
 
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K.O.

Senior Member
Nov 24, 2005
12,702
its all flashes, some flashes of good, but mostly flashes of consistent anonymity or straight up timid/afraid play. Sugar coat it as much as you want. That he has been the best of the worst doesnt excuse anything and rather describes our dreadful situation in midfield. Do you really want these types of players to lead a Juventus midfield?
If Rabiot earns half of his current salary or less, then yes. I would be happy to have him in the squad.
 

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