Fabrizio Miccoli!!!!!!!!! (1 Viewer)


KeNgO

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Oct 28, 2002
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Fabrizio Miccoli
:confused:

he was purchased by juve this season and loaned to perugia!!! i saw a couple of his games and he is a very promising youngster!!!

what do u guys think of him!!! he is only 22 years old!:D:D
 

nina

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Feb 18, 2001
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Welcome to the forum KeNgO :cheesy:

Miccoli is doing quite good in Perugia and is a fine attacker. But I doubt we'll ever see him play for Juve :undecide: At this point Juve has a few more promising forwards like Guzman, Sculli, Beretta, M.Vieri and they, IMO, look more likely to make it to Torino :)
 
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KeNgO

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Oct 28, 2002
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thanx Nina!

i just think the juve board should put more faith in their young players and not just send them on a loan spell after loan spell
 

jaansu

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Jul 12, 2002
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Sending players on loan spell is a good idea IMO, so that they see some first team Serie A action. Then they, hopfully, come back to Turin and into the first team.

I realise that this may not always happen but I think the theory is good.
 
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KeNgO

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Oct 28, 2002
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jaansu ur right!!

but my thoughts are that we do need such players at the moment!!! as u can see we are not flying high!
 

jaansu

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Jul 12, 2002
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++ [ originally posted by KeNgO ] ++
as u can see we are not flying high!
Personally I think we are doing quite well, we are 3rd in Serie A and top of our CL group with a great chance of qualifying for the next stage tomorrow at home. Plus all this and we have players like Trez, Zambro, Montero to come back from injury.
 
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KeNgO

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Oct 28, 2002
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still bro
we are not flying high!

for instance milan are in a tougher group than our CL group and they are flying high!!! why can't we be doing as good as ac milan are doing!

don't get me wrong
i love the team the way it is
i just think there is way for improvement
 

Nick

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Jul 12, 2002
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I have heard too that miccoli is doing great but let's not hurry.We are already full of attackers plus sculli and gasbaroni who are doing great
 

Martin

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Dec 31, 2000
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Miccoli could probably make an impact, I understand he's kind of an improved Amoruso. We have Salas and Zalayeta, not really sure how long we plan to keep everyone around seeing as they are not exactly playing up to their ability. If Salas was sold or Di Vaio's transfer not finalized, Miccoli could be brought back I think.
 
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KeNgO

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Oct 28, 2002
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our strikers need to play more with each other so they could have better understanding between each other during the game
 

FaNaTiC

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Jul 12, 2002
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++ [ originally posted by nina ] ++
Juve has a few more promising forwards like Guzman, Sculli, Beretta, M.Vieri and they, IMO, look more likely to make it to Torino :)
how old is M.Vieri and didnt we sold him this year:confused:

For all this strikers I think that only Miccoli and Sculli can get a chance in Juve.
 

Zebraheart

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Jul 12, 2002
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Max Vieri is about 25 or older. I don't think he will find a place in Juve for the future. Miccoli is better than him. Sculli is promising too. While guzman need time to prove himself in Ternana.
 
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KeNgO

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Oct 28, 2002
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#16
ur wrong Zebraheart


Max Vieri was born on 01-09-1978
which makes him 24 years old!!!!

you never know he might fit!!! he has similar physical attributes to his brother as he is
182 cm
82 Kg

which makes him a physicaly Big attacker!
 

nina

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Feb 18, 2001
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Never! He's such a snob, perfect for Inter! :yuck: Not to mention that he is a lazy player that only waits for a ball infront of the goal and never helps the team in the midfield or even in the defence.
 

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