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U Picciriddu

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Jun 16, 2020
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I tried to follow Pellegrini as much as possible. Obviously I don’t see every Cagliari game. He had a assist yesterday against Verona. He’s been doing okay, but far from ready to be our first leftback. As a backup for Sandro I’d like to keep him. He needs to grow defensively and his positioning is at times far from great. I like him while attacking, good crosser and a dynamic player. Perhaps he’s lacking concentration or maturity.

Cagliari in general is having a season with ups and downs. They started almost perfect and after a while they lost their form and they had some bad results for a while. They ended up sacking their manager. With Rolando Maran they used to play 4312 and now with Zenga it’s 352 if I’m not mistaken. For me Joao Pedro and Nainggolan are the most important players of Cagliari.

By the way at the U20 World Cup last year Pellegrini played as a CM and he had some nice games. Luca Ranieri (Fiorentina) was the wingback for Italy during that tournament.
 

Raphaël

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Apr 17, 2013
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@U Picciriddu thanks for your feedback. From the little that I saw him, I like his determination and his aggressiveness.We need to keep him, and to loan him at least another year in a stronger club who plays the europa league
 

Hustini

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May 29, 2005
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@U Picciriddu thanks for your feedback. From the little that I saw him, I like his determination and his aggressiveness.We need to keep him, and to loan him at least another year in a stronger club who plays the europa league
lol there we go loaning players again when we need them

let's loan Kulu too another year, say, at Atalanta.

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I tried to follow Pellegrini as much as possible. Obviously I don’t see every Cagliari game. He had a assist yesterday against Verona. He’s been doing okay, but far from ready to be our first leftback. As a backup for Sandro I’d like to keep him. He needs to grow defensively and his positioning is at times far from great. I like him while attacking, good crosser and a dynamic player. Perhaps he’s lacking concentration or maturity.

Cagliari in general is having a season with ups and downs. They started almost perfect and after a while they lost their form and they had some bad results for a while. They ended up sacking their manager. With Rolando Maran they used to play 4312 and now with Zenga it’s 352 if I’m not mistaken. For me Joao Pedro and Nainggolan are the most important players of Cagliari.

By the way at the U20 World Cup last year Pellegrini played as a CM and he had some nice games. Luca Ranieri (Fiorentina) was the wingback for Italy during that tournament.
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Raphaël

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Apr 17, 2013
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lol there we go loaning players again when we need them

let's loan Kulu too another year, say, at Atalanta.
At his age he needs to play. May be too careful, but don't want to jump the gun because I believe in this kid.
You suggest to bring him back to the club this summer, to leave him on the bench to dapt to a top club and then in a year to make him a progressive starter. I'm not opposed if he confirms that he has broad shoulders and the potential to be a starter at Juve. However like said @U Picciridd he still has a lot of ups and downs. Will staying on the bench for a year allow him to improve?

Anyway, Sandro will soon be 30 years old, and at his post the physical is important, it will be necessary for fc plusvalenza to think about it if he begins to decline,the club have to seize the opportunity to sell him, he still has a good value on the market. Trust on tootsie to make the best choice
 

Hustini

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May 29, 2005
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At his age he needs to play. May be too careful, but don't want to jump the gun because I believe in this kid.
You suggest to bring him back to the club this summer, to leave him on the bench to dapt to a top club and then in a year to make him a progressive starter. I'm not opposed if he confirms that he has broad shoulders and the potential to be a starter at Juve. However like said @U Picciridd he still has a lot of ups and downs.

Anyway, Sandro will soon be 30 years old, and at his post the physical is important, it will be necessary for fc plusvalenza to think about it if he begins to decline,the club have to seize the opportunity to sell him, he still has a good value on the market. Trust on tootsie to make the best choice
Have you seen our injury issues? Trust me, than boy will play :grin:
 

Hustini

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May 29, 2005
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I hope it's exceptional, 3 players who have knee problems the same year.
Sandro in 5 years has missed only 13 games because of injuries, less than 3 games per year, that doesn't give much playing time for the substitutes.

https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/alex-sandro/verletzungen/spieler/79960
Let's hope this minor knee injury he has doesn't relapse or rushed to the point that it leads to something more severe and long term.

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But let me ask you this. Sandro is still relatively young. Even after another year of playing on loan, he still would come back to a situation that would lead him to not get much playing time. Are you suggesting we sell Sandro then because the guy would walk into the same situation a year or two from now.
 

Raphaël

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Apr 17, 2013
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Let's hope this minor knee injury he has doesn't relapse or rushed to the point that it leads to something more severe and long term.

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But let me ask you this. Sandro is still relatively young. Even after another year of playing on loan, he still would come back to a situation that would lead him to not get much playing time. Are you suggesting we sell Sandro then because the guy would walk into the same situation a year or two from now.
There have always been rumors of Sandro to Chelsea or Manchester. Soon 30 years, depending on his physical condition and the evolution of pelligrini, maybe the club can imagine selling sandro to make a profit, (when he is 31 or 32 it may be too late), and to bet in the long term on Pelligrini who returns from a new successful loan.
 

U Picciriddu

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Jun 16, 2020
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No, I’d say keep him with the team next year. If we loan him out we need to buy a back-up for Sandro. Such a waste of money. Sandro looked gassed out on many occasions because he plays to much. Enough time for Pellegrini.

To have a 29 and a 21 year old for the same position is great. I remember Allegri always being very careful with bringing new players, he did the same with Sandro. They need some time to adapt mentally to this environment. The circumstances are prefect; Pellegrini can slowly grow into this team without much pressure.
 

Hustini

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May 29, 2005
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No, I’d say keep him with the team next year. If we loan him out we need to buy a back-up for Sandro. Such a waste of money. Sandro looked gassed out on many occasions because he plays to much. Enough time for Pellegrini.

To have a 29 and a 21 year old for the same position is great. I remember Allegri always being very careful with bringing new players, he did the same with Sandro. They need some time to adapt mentally to this environment. The circumstances are prefect; Pellegrini can slowly grow into this team without much pressure.
Agreed.
 
Jun 16, 2020
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Just got substituted after 77 minutes vs Bologna. Only saw the second half, not very convincing. He’s suspended for the next match vs Atalanta. Probably picked up a injury today.

Commentator at Sky said he had a great game defensively, as said I only saw the second half so hopefully he was right.
 

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