Juve keep an eye on Javier Perez (1 Viewer)

Stu

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Jul 14, 2002
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#22
++ [ originally posted by barkuss ] ++


........and fighting for a fourth place.
Oh come on, man! What kind of comment is that? He's fighting for fourth place with a Parma side whose captain is 24 years of age, don't you think things would be different with Buffon, Nedved and Del Piero at his disposal?
 
Mar 14, 2004
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#23
++ [ originally posted by Stuart ] ++
He's fighting for fourth place with a Parma side whose captain is 24 years of age
Our capitan(Niko Kranjcar has 19y. and we will be champions....that isnt an excuse.

++ [ originally posted by Stuart ] ++
don't you think things would be different with Buffon, Nedved and Del Piero at his disposal?
No,they have almost equal goalkeeper(Frey) and we didnt had Nedved&DP when it was needed. BTW,their main striker scored more goals than ours "DP".
 

A_LAcki

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Dec 23, 2002
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#24
++ [ originally posted by Stuart ] ++


That's why I said that we should get Prandelli. He's perfect for getting the best out of youngsters.
Agreed! Prandelli would get the best out of our youngstars!
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#25
++ [ originally posted by Chileno ] ++
what history does juventus have when it comes to raising good players when there young?
Ever heard of this guy called Alessandro Del something? :D But you're right, we waste young players like nothing else :groan:
 

Erkka

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Mar 31, 2004
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#26
Agree with you guys, Oliveira and other starlets come and go, we need to develop our youth system... barkuss, Prandelli is the best available, we should get him (and Gila and Ferrari)... He makes good progress with younger players, that doesn't mean that he's bad with stars like our current players....
 

Zlatan

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Jun 9, 2003
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#27
++ [ originally posted by Stuart ] ++


Yup, and Zalayeta and Salas are likely to depart so that makes for three.

Zalayeta has a Spanish passport, he's not a non EU player.



++ [ originally posted by barkuss ] ++


Our capitan(Niko Kranjcar has 19y. and we will be champions....that isnt an excuse.
YOu can hardly compare Dinamo to Parma, especially considering that Dinamo (Croatia) used to be the Presidents club.
 

Majed

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Jul 17, 2002
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#28
++ [ originally posted by Zlatan ] ++



Zalayeta has a Spanish passport, he's not a non EU player.





YOu can hardly compare Dinamo to Parma, especially considering that Dinamo (Croatia) used to be the Presidents club.

:eek:

:eek: it's Zlatan!!!!?


...your back :extatic:
 

Erkka

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Mar 31, 2004
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#29
++ [ originally posted by Zlatan ] ++

YOu can hardly compare Dinamo to Parma, especially considering that Dinamo (Croatia) used to be the Presidents club.
agreed, croatian league isn't serie a... Nico Kranjcar will be great though...
 
Mar 14, 2004
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#30
++ [ originally posted by Zlatan ] ++
YOu can hardly compare Dinamo to Parma, especially considering that Dinamo (Croatia) used to be the Presidents club.
Do you still live in Tito´s time maybe.....that president died years ago and many things have changed. And WTF the president has to do with capitan of 19 year age??? That 19.y.old capitan didnt know that he will even play football when that president died. I just wanted to mention that a age of capitan isnt an excuse for results as some said it is.
 

Zlatan

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Jun 9, 2003
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#32
++ [ originally posted by barkuss ] ++


Do you still live in Tito´s time maybe.....that president died years ago and many things have changed. And WTF the president has to do with capitan of 19 year age??? That 19.y.old capitan didnt know that he will even play football when that president died. I just wanted to mention that a age of capitan isnt an excuse for results as some said it is.

All I'm saying is that its not that hard being champions with Dinamo even if the captain was 12. And altho Tuđman is no longer around, Dinamo still gets its fair share of help from refs.
 
Aug 1, 2003
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#35
Zlatan seems to not comment on those who are extatic upon his return. But at least he's posting :D

This is so irritating, I can't find anything on Javier Perez on google. They keep on mentioning this Javier Perez 75-yr-old diplomat.
 
Mar 14, 2004
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#36
++ [ originally posted by Zlatan ] ++
All I'm saying is that its not that hard being champions with Dinamo even if the captain was 12. And altho Tuđman is no longer around, Dinamo still gets its fair share of help from refs.
Hmmm.....try to update your database of knowlege and look who is Hajduks director of football and what he does off the pitch and then tell me who gets its fair share of help from refs.
 

Stu

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Jul 14, 2002
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#38
That's besides the point anyways. If you think coaching Parma is easier than coaching Juve you're an ass.
 

Juve_Kosova

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May 4, 2004
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#39
++ [ originally posted by barkuss ] ++


No it isnt. You can have 39-years old veterans in your squad and still a capitan can be a 15-year old ....

lol that would be cool... what if juve had a 15 years old NICE talent that was first team player, and was capitan... hehehe :D
 
Mar 14, 2004
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#40
++ [ originally posted by Stuart ] ++
That's besides the point anyways. If you think coaching Parma is easier than coaching Juve you're an ass.
If you ever played or on any other way involved in game of football you would know that the team which has nothing to loose is more capable(of showing good performances) then big teams that has pressure on every head of their staff. Prandelli knew that he could drop down to serieB and no-one would go harsh on him. With that kind of attitude and a talented players that want to proove themselves to make a big transfer in the summer.....NO ITS NOT HARD TO BE A PARMA COACH (far form the fact that Prandelli isnt talented coach....but we will see how he will handle one thing which he doesnt know: pressure)
 

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