Cristiano Ronaldo (36 Viewers)

MikeM

Footballing Hipster celebrating 4th place with Tuz
Sep 21, 2008
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People don’t like Scamacca but surround him with better players and he will shine. He’s like a young Mandzukic. His value isn’t necessarily goals. He’s a beast in the press and has a tireless engine.
With the attributes Scamacca has, it seems impossible that he fails. But so far he has not reached a high level. A very interesting player for sure.
 

Gigiventus

Senior Member
Mar 3, 2017
3,130
Raspadori looks like a future star but his profile doesn't seem to fit imo. Its hard to see Dybala and Raspadori as an ideal partnership, more like one or the other. Kean is probably a better fit or better yet Scamacca.

Unless they are preparing for Dybala leaving next summer, then yes please to Raspadori.
 

Luca

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Apr 22, 2007
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He could have got 31 mil from any club. He wanted to bring Juve fans a CL trophy. With the players surrounding him it's wonder he didn't say from the summer Mercado get go he wanted out. Feel he thought he could work things out but last Sunday's omission from the starting 11 convinced him he must go.
No he didn’t, he wanted to bring himself another C.L trophy. He got sick of the fact that the ceiling of this team is not capable of it.
 

DanielSz

Senior Member
Sep 6, 2014
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No he didn’t, he wanted to bring himself another C.L trophy. He got sick of the fact that the ceiling of this team is not capable of it.
Juve were in the final the year before and the fans stroked his ego with the standing ovation. He thought he would come here as the missing piece and be a God lmao.
 
Sep 2, 2004
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This reminds me of when Milan kept losing their best players and replaced them with shit players expecting them to somehow become great by wearing the Milan shirt.
Every single player we’ve been linked so far has been a joke. Kean can’t even get a game at Everton. The guy wants to be a rapper clearly. If he was better than Icardi he would be at PSG.
 

JCK

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JCK
May 11, 2004
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What's the correlation? Ronaldo would've left next year anyway.
The correlation is the random choices that Juve makes frustrates the top players. Why would Cris want to leave now so abruptly?

Juventus will not strengthen as they should now, it will be random purchases and luck if it works.
 

Post Ironic

Senior Member
Feb 9, 2013
41,833
You're deluded. Ronaldo came to win the CL with Juventus. Back when he had joined us we were one of the better teams in Europe. He tolerated 1/8 in three years and being managed by Pirlo. We let him down and not the other way round.
We made quarters his first year and probably would have gone further if not for Mandzukic and Chiellini being out injured. :p
 

Ronn

#TeamPestoFlies
May 3, 2012
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The correlation is the random choices that Juve makes frustrates the top players. Why would Cris want to leave now so abruptly?

Juventus will not strengthen as they should now, it will be random purchases and luck if it works.
I actually see all moves this summer with purpose. You have to ask Ronaldo why he wants to leave NOW but the market for 37 year olds with high salary is not exactly a big one.
 

DanielSz

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Sep 6, 2014
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I actually see all moves this summer with purpose. You have to ask Ronaldo why he wants to leave NOW but the market for 37 year olds with high salary is not exactly a big one.
I thinks we’re overthinking it. A buyer came forward and he said peace. He was most likely flirting with other clubs all summer. Not once did he commit himself to Juve. Even his little IG post a week ago didn’t actually deny anything.

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