Biggest Transfer In The Last Ten Years: Capello! (1 Viewer)

LEC

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hey folk!

in my opinion fabio capello is the biggest transfer we have ever seen at Juventus! we never bought a player with a name like fabio capello. what u think about that?
 

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    ++ [ originally posted by Poku ] ++
    noup, but Capello's transfer surprised me more than other transfers in 5years...
    why not? tell me bigger names!!!:confused::confused:
     

    Erkka

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    IMO Buffon, Nedved, Thuram............ And you stated that he's the biggest transfer ever, what about our gigantic failure Ian Rush?!
     
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    ++ [ originally posted by Poku ] ++
    IMO Buffon, Nedved, Thuram............ And you stated that he's the biggest transfer ever, what about our gigantic failure Ian Rush?!
    what was Buffon??? just a very talented good goalkeeper, exept the uefa cup with parma...


    buffon= became a star at juventus

    Nedved? good midfielder in serie a(lazio), not more

    nedved= became a star at juventus

    Thuram? has just sucess at the national team....good right back.

    so what???

    maybe ian rush....but he never had a name like capello, sorry!
     
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    ++ [ originally posted by Pendir_E65 ] ++
    I agree with Poku. I think the most important deal in the last decade was Zidane's sale and purchase of Buffon/Nedved/Thuram.

    zidane= sale

    buffon/neddy/thuram = 3 players!
     

    delpiero10

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    I agree that Capello is maybe one of the biggest signings, but the competition isnt so big as you should think, since Juve is a club who buys players that has had their breakthrough and then developes to stars when they comes to Juve, so yes Capello is a big signing!. Even though its strange to "compare" players and coaches.
     

    Erkka

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    ++ [ originally posted by LEC ] ++

    maybe ian rush....but he never had a name like capello, sorry!
    are you serious?! And I have to disagree about Nedved, Thuram and Buffon, they were stars already, otherwise their price tags would have been much lower...
     
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    ++ [ originally posted by delpiero10 ] ++
    I agree that Capello is maybe one of the biggest signings, but the competition isnt so big as you should think, since Juve is a club who buys players that has had their breakthrough and then developes to stars when they comes to Juve, so yes Capello is a big signing!. Even though its strange to "compare" players and coaches.
    .... i made this reflection yesterday....of course its strange (thats why i made this tread...)but....its true man!:cool:
     

    Azzurri7

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    Buffon and nedved weren't Stars !! Nedved won the golden ball with the black n white jersey...Buffon became the best goalkeeper in 2003 with us , not with parma... as about thuram , he was worldclass already !
     
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    ++ [ originally posted by Poku ] ++


    are you serious?! And I have to disagree about Nedved, Thuram and Buffon, they were stars already, otherwise their price tags would have been much lower...
    common, wake up, it was another time....a time in which every player coasted 3-4 times of his regulary pricetag....
     
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    ++ [ originally posted by azzurri7 ] ++
    Buffon and nedved weren't Stars !! Nedved won the golden ball with the black n white jersey...Buffon became the best goalkeeper in 2003 with us , not with parma... as about thuram , he was worldclass already !
    yap....but thuram....why a WORLDCLASS player, and there are not that much...played in a team like parma....with 29....so the final taste of thuram aura he became her in torino as well
     
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    Sorry but Parma was then a very respectable team,they could afford to buy and keep WC players and Thuram & Gigi were WC players.....almost every big club wanted them. And Thuram was and IS WC defender. And about Neddy,he was in Lazio among 5 best midfielders in SerieA.
     

    Orgut

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    The biggest tranfer in the last ten years that means from 94
    there were Vieri DP (I think DP was bought between 94-96) Zidane Davids Henry Buffon Nedved Thuram so I don`t think that Capello is more important buy than one of those
    too bad we sold Henry he could be really great for us now
    I remember Henry at Monaco I always knew he has some great potential
     

    #10

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    biggest tranfers of the last Ten years...figo to real, that sent shockwaves through la liga.
     

    zizoufan

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    ++ [ originally posted by azzurri7 ] ++
    Buffon and nedved weren't Stars !! Nedved won the golden ball with the black n white jersey...Buffon became the best goalkeeper in 2003 with us , not with parma... as about thuram , he was worldclass already !
    I'm agree with you azzuri !

    they were stars maybe ! (informal)

    they become stars with JUVE : ( formal ) :cool:
    golden player ( nedved)
    best goalkeeper ( buffon)
     

    #10

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    it took balls for someone soo important to barca to do that....shame smithy has done it to leeds as well.:down:
     

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