Mario Mandžukić (4 Viewers)

Legend or Rookie?


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campionesidd

Senior Member
Mar 16, 2013
8,070
One of the most over rated players at our club in recent years. Scored some crucial goals though and one the best goal I've ever seen. Meh
Completely disagree. He was instrumental in 2015-16, 2016-17, and the first half of 2018-19.
In 2017-18 he almost helped us make an impossible comeback vs Real.
His goalscoring record was mediocre, especially in the league, but he was rarely used as a target man.
 

Stevie

..........
Mar 30, 2003
13,308
We sacrificed so much attacking possibilities by playing him as a left winger. I appreciate his work rate and what he offered us defensively but he was a symbol of Max's boring negative tactics. He had one or two great seasons with us especially in our run to the final but we over played him when we didn't need to and he played half of his games burnt out. I have alot if respect with his grinta and the effort he gave but his skills were limited. Could of been used more widely perhaps.
 

Vlad

Delusional
May 23, 2011
18,992
What is funny? He scored 2 goals in that match and basically molested Real's defense entire game.

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Who ur gonna vote for tomorrow btw? U sound like Cokolinda fan, always distorting facts with defamating comments :p
 

Marc

Senior Member
Jul 14, 2006
20,489
What is funny? He scored 2 goals in that match and basically molested Real's defense entire game.

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Who ur gonna vote for tomorrow btw? U sound like Cokolinda fan, always distorting facts with defamating comments :p
Oh, sorry. I misread his post. I thought he meant the Cardiff CL Final match. I most definitely will not vote for Kolinda. Although she's a MILF she's a bitch.
 

Nedved96

Senior Member
Sep 1, 2017
4,957
Has anyone else noticed just what a masculine name Mandzukic is?

I don’t know if Mario has altered my perception that name, but fucking hell, Mandzukic sounds like a proper name for a warrior.

I could never picture a man with the name Mandzukic as anything other than an alpha male. Can anyone here imagine a male called Mandzukic protesting at the women’s march, educating others about rape culture while drinking a cup of soy milk? I can’t.
 

ALC

Ohaulick
Oct 28, 2010
41,589
Has anyone else noticed just what a masculine name Mandzukic is?

I don’t know if Mario has altered my perception that name, but fucking hell, Mandzukic sounds like a proper name for a warrior.

I could never picture a man with the name Mandzukic as anything other than an alpha male. Can anyone here imagine a male called Mandzukic protesting at the women’s march, educating others about rape culture while drinking a cup of soy milk? I can’t.
what’s not masculine about soy milk and supporting women? I bet he’s the kind of person that respects everyone based on their character instead of their gender. That’s the most masculine thing possible

and maybe he’s lactose intolerant too
 

duranfj

Senior Member
Jul 30, 2015
6,439
Masculine? Of course. Macho Alpha Male can't, it's not something against any gender

I know is a old fashion concept but I'm pretty sure some of that stuff must even be part of the definition in some way
 

Marc

Senior Member
Jul 14, 2006
20,489
Has anyone else noticed just what a masculine name Mandzukic is?

I don’t know if Mario has altered my perception that name, but fucking hell, Mandzukic sounds like a proper name for a warrior.

I could never picture a man with the name Mandzukic as anything other than an alpha male. Can anyone here imagine a male called Mandzukic protesting at the women’s march, educating others about rape culture while drinking a cup of soy milk? I can’t.
What are you babbling about?
 

vodka

55k stadium or riot
Jul 13, 2010
4,411
How can Vidal, Pogba, Conte, Marotta, Tevez, Zidane, who all were so much more valuable to this club than Mandsuckich be in the history section, when this epic hack is considered a legend?
I would agree with Vidal, I don't see how he was less of a winner and warrior than Mario.
 

DS8_Montero

Senior Member
Aug 10, 2018
704
Both Mario and Arturo are great warriors who gave their all to Juventus.

But:
- Vidal wanted to leave Juventus, went to Bayern, and after that claimed that he finally was at the big club capable of winning the CL, which was a pretty obvious insult for Juventus and Juventus fans;
- Mandzukic wanted to stay, was forced out, and after that is still thankful to the club and didn't make a single controversial claim (and never will, everyone knows it).

I like Vidal as a player, but he's definitely got that "rookie gene" in him. That's why he's not a legend, while Mario is. The big difference is hidden in small things.
 

dolph

Senior Member
Mar 30, 2006
2,599
Both Mario and Arturo are great warriors who gave their all to Juventus.

But:
- Vidal wanted to leave Juventus, went to Bayern, and after that claimed that he finally was at the big club capable of winning the CL, which was a pretty obvious insult for Juventus and Juventus fans;
- Mandzukic wanted to stay, was forced out, and after that is still thankful to the club and didn't make a single controversial claim (and never will, everyone knows it).

I like Vidal as a player, but he's definitely got that "rookie gene" in him. That's why he's not a legend, while Mario is. The big difference is hidden in small things.
The difference is that Vidal was the best in the world in he’s position, and probably together with Pirlo our most important player, while Mandzu, even bias aside, had nowhere near the same influence on our team.
I am not saying that Vidal should be in the legend section, that should be reserved for true legende like ADP, Buffon, Chiellini for example, not players like Mandzu.
 

BayernFan

Senior Member
Feb 17, 2016
3,129
Both Mario and Arturo are great warriors who gave their all to Juventus.

But:
- Vidal wanted to leave Juventus, went to Bayern, and after that claimed that he finally was at the big club capable of winning the CL, which was a pretty obvious insult for Juventus and Juventus fans;
- Mandzukic wanted to stay, was forced out, and after that is still thankful to the club and didn't make a single controversial claim (and never will, everyone knows it).

I like Vidal as a player, but he's definitely got that "rookie gene" in him. That's why he's not a legend, while Mario is. The big difference is hidden in small things.
Funny thing is he insulted Bayern as well when he left for Barca, can't remember the exact words though. Seems like he isn't the brighest out there.
 

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