Alvaro Morata (10 Viewers)

Hydde

Duke NUKEM
Mar 6, 2003
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Pirlo just said he was ill last week and still has fully recovered to his best. A bit of an explanation for the lacklustre performance on the weekend. Didn’t have his usual energy.

But even today, when his finishing is poor, we still create so much more with him on the pitch. We created nothing in the 60 before he came on, and having him as a reference point up front and making his runs and passes, opened things up for a half-dozen chances in the last 30 minutes.
It seems he even kind of fainted in the dressing room after the game. Also that he has been sick for weeks.

if thats the case he deserves some breath to recover, then we judge.
 

JuveJay

Very Stable Genius
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Mar 6, 2007
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You can tell something has been wrong with him. One minute everything he touched turned to gold, then all of a sudden a bit of negativity comes in (evidently the illness) and the performances and confidence wane, he starts getting mopey and frustrated in games, i.e. looking like bad Morata of old. He's such a sensitive guy, he has these swings in either direction. We really can't afford this to go on much longer or the season runs away from us. I expect almost nothing from Dybala for the rest of this season, and Kulusevski is too green.
 

BiancoEg

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Aug 22, 2020
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Read somewhere that we refused to give 50 mil for Mbappe cause Marotta thought that was too much for a youngster only to pay 40 for Berna.

I died inside.
Yea I read that too :D

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The problem with him that he has a weak character and mentality , he gives up so easy and he is very inconsistent so no thank you
 

pavluska

Senior Member
Apr 25, 2013
6,597
The guy is literally ill. Calma.

Everytime a player doesn't perform well cos he isn't 100%. Fans have no chill.

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50m for a 16 yo...lol yes lets blame marotta and paratici for not taking that gamble
 

Dostoevsky

Tzu
Administrator
May 27, 2007
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So apparently he has been diagnosed with Cytomegalovirus (CMV), which is a virus he will carry for the rest of his life. It frequently causes fatigue and cold sweats. Most people who have it haven't been diagnosed.

Just another day of fantastic news.
My dad just told me this. I came here to read about it, being hopeful he was wrong when he heard it.
 

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