Juventus player wins prestigious award (1 Viewer)

Dec 27, 2003
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Nell'anti-Pallone d'oro ideato da Catersport batte Vieri e Del Piero
Calcio, il «Bidone d'oro» a Legrottaglie
Oltre 7 mila i voti che hanno incoronato il centrale della Juventus. Tra i primi otto anche Bettarini, Coco e Materazzi
Scegli il tuo «Bidone d'oro»

MILANO - Va a Nicola Legrottaglie, difensore della Juventus, il poco ambito «Bidone d'oro», una sorta di Pallone d'oro al contrario. L'ironico premio, edizione 2004, è stato assegnato da Catersport, la trasmissione di Radio 2 Rai, che ogni anni chiede agli ascoltatori di eleggere il calciatore più deludente dell'annata. Legrottaglie succede a Rivaldo, che nel 2003 si era aggiudicato la prima edizione del Bidone d'oro, suscitando le proteste del ct del Brasile Carlos Alberto Parreira.

VIERI E DEL PIERO SUL PODIO - Radio2 ha raccolto 7.334 voti, nell'arco di tre settimane, via Internet, sms, telefono, in diretta radiofonica e presso il Motor Show di Bologna. La rosa dei candidati era stata elaborata da una giuria di esperti comprendenti, fra gli altri, la Gialappa's Band, dal giornalista della stampa Roberto Beccantini (uno dei due giurati italiani per il Pallone d'Oro), Gianni Mura di Repubblica, Oliviero Beha, Giancarlo Padovan di Tuttosport e Simona Ercolani, autrice di «Sfide». Alla fine Legrottaglie ha vinto con 1.280 voti (17,45% del totale), e ha preceduto Christian Vieri con 1.225 (16,70%) ed Alessandro Del Piero con 1.159 preferenze (15,80%). Al quarto posto Materazzi, quinto l'anno prima, seguito da Bettarini, Coco, Gheddafi junior (secondo nel 2003) e l'ex brasiliano dell'Ancona Jardel.
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Summary : the readers of the "Corriere della Sera" have just voted Nicola Legrottaglie "Golden flop 2004". Legrottaglie came ahead of Christian Vieri, Alex Del Piero, Marco Killerazzi, Bettarini, Coco, Gheddaffi Jr. and Jardel. Legrottaglie succeeds 2003 winner Rivaldo:thumb:

You can still vote for your own "Golden flop" if u wish by clicking on the "scegli il tuo bidone d'oro" link in the following article : http://www.corriere.it/Primo_Piano/Sport/2004/12_Dicembre/06/bidone.shtml
 

Bjerknes

"Top Economist"
Mar 16, 2004
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Well that's not a surprise, really. Legrottaglie will probably go down in the books as Moggi's worst signing, possibly ever, at least in the decade here at Juventus. I thought the winner would truly be Gheddaffi, as he was simply a joke at best. Thank God Nicola has only made one appearance so far this season.
 

Bjerknes

"Top Economist"
Mar 16, 2004
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Libero, I had a strange feeling a moment ago while reading your signature. I was laughing while rolling my eyes in disgust, which must be a first.
 

Martin

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Dec 31, 2000
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That voting is a little flawed I'd say, surely people vote for Legro because they don't like him but I think both Ghedaffi and Jardel accomplished even less relative to their billing. But the voice of the people has been heard..
 
Sep 28, 2002
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++ [ originally posted by Martin ] ++
That voting is a little flawed I'd say, surely people vote for Legro because they don't like him but I think both Ghedaffi and Jardel accomplished even less relative to their billing. But the voice of the people has been heard..
different things were expeted from legro and from the other two. legro played well a season before and joined a big club to lead its defence, whereas jardel only tried to establish himself in the big league and gheddafi was signed by gaucci, that says a lot :D
 

baggio

Senior Member
Jun 3, 2003
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++ [ originally posted by Andy ] ++
Well that's not a surprise, really. Legrottaglie will probably go down in the books as Moggi's worst signing, possibly ever, at least in the decade here at Juventus.

Remember Mirkovic?
 
Sep 28, 2002
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++ [ originally posted by baggio ] ++



Remember Mirkovic?
what happened with him. when i started followinf he left the season after. never seen him play. where did he play before and when he came was he supposed to be a first teamer?
 

Azzurri7

Pinturicchio
Moderator
Dec 16, 2003
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++ [ originally posted by Martin ] ++
That voting is a little flawed I'd say, surely people vote for Legro because they don't like him but I think both Ghedaffi and Jardel accomplished even less relative to their billing. But the voice of the people has been heard..
Agreed,
 

isha00

Senior Member
Jun 24, 2003
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I sometimes listen to Catersport (btw, I should have their celebrations on juve's goals on mp3 somewhere, if u are interested ;) ).
Legro won because he was voted by both juventini and anti-juventini :rolleyes: a great success :thumb: ;)
Del Piero received a lot of votes only because he's a juventino ;)
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#17
Common people ....

Al-Gaddhafi shouldn't even be on that list!!



before you become a flop, you need to have potential and expectations need to be high. :D
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
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++ [ originally posted by Andy ] ++
Well that's not a surprise, really. Legrottaglie will probably go down in the books as Moggi's worst signing, possibly ever, at least in the decade here at Juventus. I thought the winner would truly be Gheddaffi, as he was simply a joke at best. Thank God Nicola has only made one appearance so far this season.
Naahh... The ink in Moggi's book of bad transfers is still wet because of Baiocco, Salas, O'Neil, Paramatti, and Esnaider. :D
 

swag

L'autista
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Sep 23, 2003
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Legro was definitely one of the bigger let-downs in a while. Last season he was like having our own little piece of Real Madrid right in our own backyard. :redface:
 

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