Capitano Giorgio Chiellini (15 Viewers)

Klovn

#MakeTuzGreatAgain
Jul 28, 2011
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Just looking at his minutes per goal ratio with us so far, it's up there with our historical best scorers:

David Trezeguet - 135'
Gonzalo Higuain - 139'
John Hansen - 139'
Omar Sivori - 142'
Pippo Inzaghi - 144'
Felice Borel - 151'
Roberto Baggio - 152'
Christian Vieri - 152'
Carlos Tevez - 155'
Where does Chiellini rank in this list ?
 

Post Ironic

Senior Member
Feb 9, 2013
28,812
What? What's the right word for that?
Well, I believe the term "Mental Retardation" has been been replaced with "Intellectual Disability"/"Cognitive disability" in most medical textbooks/dictionaries/etc. And I know "intellectually disabled" is considered alright by some, however, others seem to find the "disabled" bit pejorative, so you end up with "other-abled"/"differently-abled" as pretty common in PC circles these days.

Either way, it's all pedantic and retarded. :p
 

Quetzalcoatl

It ain't hard to tell
Aug 22, 2007
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Well, I believe the term "Mental Retardation" has been been replaced with "Intellectual Disability"/"Cognitive disability" in most medical textbooks/dictionaries/etc. And I know "intellectually disabled" is considered alright by some, however, others seem to find the "disabled" bit pejorative, so you end up with "other-abled"/"differently-abled" as pretty common in PC circles these days.

Either way, it's all pedantic and retarded. :p
 

JuveJay

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Mar 6, 2007
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Wrong thread, but I will strengthen your stats even more.
Higuain scored 54 goals for Juve so far in two seasons. Minimum 13 and maximum 16 matches left of the second season. This is the list of Juve players with number of goals scored in two straight seasons:

01. Borel II 67 (1932-1934)
02. Sivori 60 (1959-61)
03. Higuain 54 (2016-18)
04. Platini 54 (1983-85)
05. Charles 52 (1957-59)
06. Baggio 52 (1992-94)
07. Hansen 52 (1951-53)
08. Tevez 50 (2013-15)
09. Boniperti 50 (1950-52)
10. Del Piero 47 (1996-98 and 06-08)
11. Trezeguet 47 (2000-02)
12. Inzaghi 47 (1997-99)
13. Ravanelli 47 (1994-96)
14. Anastasi 44 (1973-75)
15. Dybala 42 (2015-17)

Sivori is a matter of time. Going for Borel's record.
LOL guess hangover edition JJ can't read properly.
 

Wittl

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Feb 21, 2017
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He is 1 yellow away from getting a suspension in CL.

So if he'll miss the first leg due to that muscle shit at least he might be available for the return leg. Because otherwise the chances are terribly high that he'll miss the second leg due to a suspension.
 

Seven

In bocca al lupo, Fabio.
Jun 25, 2003
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Well, I believe the term "Mental Retardation" has been been replaced with "Intellectual Disability"/"Cognitive disability" in most medical textbooks/dictionaries/etc. And I know "intellectually disabled" is considered alright by some, however, others seem to find the "disabled" bit pejorative, so you end up with "other-abled"/"differently-abled" as pretty common in PC circles these days.

Either way, it's all pedantic and retarded. :p

Because everyone knows that if you lose your legs, you gain the ability to fly.
 

Kian

Senior Member
Jul 22, 2011
514
He is 1 yellow away from getting a suspension in CL.

So if he'll miss the first leg due to that muscle $#@! at least he might be available for the return leg. Because otherwise the chances are terribly high that he'll miss the second leg due to a suspension.
Well, it's not guaranteed he would pick up another yellow card in the first leg. More importantly though, with him missing the first leg, him and benatia would be out. I don't trust a Rugani - Barzagli backline at all. If Chiellini was to miss the second leg at least we would have Benatia back by then.
 

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