Camoranesi (2 Viewers)

Dylan

Senior Member
Sep 22, 2002
1,765
#41
veras nina alburear es decir cosas con doble sentido por ejemplo si dises chile aqui en mexico es como decir pene o algo asi... y pues te disen que me agarras o cosas asi..... es estupiudo lo se.... hay haber cuando regresas.


hey jaansu donde queda esa isla donde vives y dime como puedo poner imagenes como la tuya de james bond:cool:
 

jaansu

Junior Member
Jul 12, 2002
337
#45
dylansito, I had better reply to your question in english otherwise there may be a revolt on our hands.:scared:

The Isle of Man is a small island in the middle of the Irish sea in between Britian and Ireland.

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Roeyl

New Member
Sep 26, 2002
1
#47
A brilliant player.Last match against Empli,he passed two defenders and shot.That time I recognized this player was just what Juventus needed——not famous,but unimaginable ability。
 

DAVIDZ

Junior Member
Sep 15, 2002
302
#49
See, thats what i like about Camo, he makes plays!!! This guy hasn't won a scudetto or any trophy yet....he is hungry and thats what we need. Our mid lacked creativity last year, and Camo' certainly has it. I can't see Lippi taking him out of the lineup-well maybe to rest him for CL games!!!!
 

Dylan

Senior Member
Sep 22, 2002
1,765
#50
don't get angry paranoid
sorry, but my english is not very good, however, because my afection to "juve" I'll improve my sikills in the language..


and laresca if you whant i colud teach you some badwords in spanish
 

Desmond

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2002
8,938
#51
don't worry i won't.i'm not gonna start some silly arguement over such a trivial matter,anyone has the right to speak about their opinions about my english if they think it is lousy or something.
i believe that with criticism comes improvement.
 

modan

New Member
Jul 13, 2002
26
#52
¡Nosotros hombres son todo lo mismo, sólo separado por formas diferentes del idioma, pero unen aquí en este foro de Turin para hablar y expresar nuestros pensamientos para nuestro amado Juventus, que por qué el dicho viejo va que sólo fútbol es el mundo único lenguaje común y si podríamos permitir que nuestros amigos españoles se sientan en casa hablando el español, yo me
puse ve por qué nosotros debemos no!



¡Por la manera, yo vi cómo camo jugado para el juve y para él reall tiene la técnica magnífica y él ataca incoveniente tenido en, pero para mí, yo prefiero todavía zambro, él puede dejar caer espalda un defender poco!
 

modan

New Member
Jul 13, 2002
26
#53
we men are all the same, only separated by different forms of language, but we unite here in this Turin forum to speak and express our thoughts for our beloved Juventus, thats why the old saying goes that only soccer is the world's only common language
and if we could let our spanish friends feel at home by speaking Spanish, i dont see why we should not!

by the way, i saw how camo played for juve and he reall has great technique and he's attacking minded, but for me, i still prefer zambro, he can drop back a little to defend!
 
Jul 12, 2002
5,666
#56
++ [ originally posted by Paranoia ] ++
don't worry i won't.i'm not gonna start some silly arguement over such a trivial matter,anyone has the right to speak about their opinions about my english if they think it is lousy or something.
i believe that with criticism comes improvement.
Woh, I didn't mean it as an insult or anything, I'm just trying to say that if people want to talk in Spanish because it's easier for them, then let them do it.
 

Desmond

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2002
8,938
#58
++ [ originally posted by Rickenbacker2 ] ++


Woh, I didn't mean it as an insult or anything, I'm just trying to say that if people want to talk in Spanish because it's easier for them, then let them do it.
that clarifies it ,no offense taken.
 

Martin

Senior Member
Dec 31, 2000
56,812
#60
Winging it in: Mauro Camoranesi

Signed, sealed and delivered. That's
Mauro Camoranesi's lengthy new
contract with Juventus. It may have been
a wet, miserable afternoon in July but
Camoranesi didn't care. He had just left a city
centre hotel after signing a four-year deal with
Juventus - `one of the biggest clubs in the world'
- and was pretty pleased with himself.

The 26-year-old Argentine could not believe
he would jump from the hell of relegation with
Verona to the heaven of defending the Scudetto
with Juventus. Although he knows he is a Juve
player he says he still has to pinch himself now
and then. "I was on holiday when my friend
Eriberto phoned me to tell me I had moved to
Juve. At first I thought he was joking and did not
believe him," he admits.

Costing the Old Lady £3m plus co-ownership
of striker Max Vieri, it seems both player and
club are more than happy with the deal. "We feel
we have brought to Juventus a player who can fit
into the standards we have always had at the club
and we have shown that faith by giving him a
long contract," said Juve transfer supremo
Luciano Moggi.

Wanted by several big clubs including Inter
and Roma, Camoranesi himself says: What
tipped the scales in favour of Juventus was the
determination of their officials. Apart from that I
always wanted to move here. I have only known
them as opponents but I have always been under
the impression that they look after their players.
They allow them to dedicate themselves to their
work in peace. I knew this even before I arrived
in Italy."

Camoranesi claims he has always been a fan of
Juventus as he used to watch Italian football on
television as a kid back in Argentina. "I
remember watching Juve beating my favourites
River Plate in the Inter-Continental Cup in
1996. And although River lost 1-0, I appreciated
how powerful Juventus were back then."

Born in Tandil, Argentina in October 1976,
his professional debut came in the 1996-97
season for Mexico's Santos Laguna. The
following year he returned to Argentina to play
for Serie B outfit Banfield. However, after just
one season he returned to Mexico, signing for
Cruz Azul. It was with Azul, one of Mexico's top
sides, that he really started to shine, scoring 32
goals in almost 80 games from 1998 to 2000.
Over the summer of 2000 Verona snapped him
up and he has been one of the side's few success
stories over the last two seasons. Playing in 50
League games, he scored seven goals including
one against Juventus last November. So is he
ready to provide crosses for David Trezeguet and
duet with Alessandro Del Piero? "I am more than
ready. In the two years I have played in Italy I feel
that I have become a respected player in such a
difficult League as Serie A. To be part of the most
important club in the world is no small
achievement," says Camoranesi. "I am still
unknown by many of the fans especially in
Europe and I hope that will change."

His best position is on the right wing and with
Gianluca Zambrotta - whom Camoranesi was
bought to cover, injured - he slipped straight into
the first team for pre-season. However, he is not
happy he became a titolare in this fashion. "I
have been given a great chance yet it's not a good
thing that I got my break thanks to an injured
colleague. I am doubly disappointed because
Zambrotta is a player I really admire both on and
off the field."

Calcio Italia magazine October 02
 

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