Gonzalo Higuaín (22 Viewers)

How many Goals will Pipita score this season in all comp?

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  • 31-35

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Kyle

Piemonte Calcio
Contributor
Sep 4, 2006
68,737
Genetically it just goes straight to his gut. His body type is ugly. Also has no chest which makes the gut stand out. I really don't think losing 5 lbs around the waist is what determines his effectiveness. There's simply nothing you can do to reverse age related decline. Unless you take steroids.

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I didn't realize a man could "hit the wall" so hard late 20s. I thought that was just women in their early 20s.
 

Strickland

Senior Member
May 17, 2019
843
West Ham €40m bid for Higuain
By Football Italia staff

West Ham United have asked Juventus for Gonzalo Higuain at a cost of €40m, according to Sky Sport Italia, after they were rejected by several strikers.
Transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio claims the Hammers offered the same €40m for Maxi Gomez and Sebastien Haller, but both the Celta Vigo forward and Eintracht Frankfurt star rejected the transfer, believing they can aim higher.
Now the €40m budget could be used for Higuain, although West Ham want the Argentine veteran on loan with option to buy.
The option would become an obligation if certain conditions were met during the Premier League season.
Pipita is 31 years old and returned to base from disappointing loan spells with Milan and Chelsea.
Maurizio Sarri does not intend to keep him at Juventus and the striker has so far turned down a move to Roma, but could accept another go at the Premier League.

lol, Maxi Gomez and Sebastian Haller consider West Ham too low, yet Pipita should be happy to go on a loan there? :lol: that'd be a new low for him, for sure he won't go to West Ham if he doesn't want Roma
 

-=DJANGO=-

Moggi on crack
Apr 29, 2006
2,932
We just have to make him watch Sky Sports or another EPL channel for 8 hours a day. There is a major football club in Bulgaria(Levski), which had an even more famous director of football (Nasko Sirakov) who made unwanted football players do just that. He said they were under contract, just like any other working person. :lol3:

8 hours a day watching EPL crap about them being the best thing since sliced bread for a month would surely brainwash higgy. Otherwise those pundits aren't worth their salt! Gotta keep dat pizza hidden though...
 

Kyle

Piemonte Calcio
Contributor
Sep 4, 2006
68,737
West Ham €40m bid for Higuain
By Football Italia staff

West Ham United have asked Juventus for Gonzalo Higuain at a cost of €40m, according to Sky Sport Italia, after they were rejected by several strikers.
Transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio claims the Hammers offered the same €40m for Maxi Gomez and Sebastien Haller, but both the Celta Vigo forward and Eintracht Frankfurt star rejected the transfer, believing they can aim higher.
Now the €40m budget could be used for Higuain, although West Ham want the Argentine veteran on loan with option to buy.
The option would become an obligation if certain conditions were met during the Premier League season.
Pipita is 31 years old and returned to base from disappointing loan spells with Milan and Chelsea.
Maurizio Sarri does not intend to keep him at Juventus and the striker has so far turned down a move to Roma, but could accept another go at the Premier League.

lol, Maxi Gomez and Sebastian Haller consider West Ham too low, yet Pipita should be happy to go on a loan there? :lol: that'd be a new low for him, for sure he won't go to West Ham if he doesn't want Roma
We get structured (loan) payments but we need cash now.
 

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