Medhi Benatia (4 Viewers)

May 26, 2016
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Tbh im starting to like him. If he can stop doing mistakes he will turn pure class in the most important part of the season.

Him and Chiello is also a new partnership so it is only natural it will take some time for them to Communicate perfectly. I see them making a fearsome duo and a real pain for a striker to meet.
 

MikeM

Senior Member
Sep 21, 2008
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When Chiellini fucks up that pass and Benatia calmly heads it to Szczesny with two Genoa attackers right beside him, you know he is in monster form. Best CB in Italy right now.
 

Wittl

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Feb 21, 2017
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When Chiellini fucks up that pass and Benatia calmly heads it to Szczesny with two Genoa attackers right beside him, you know he is in monster form. Best CB in Italy right now.
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Our most positive player the last months, along with Wojciech
 

Rollie

Senior Member
Apr 15, 2008
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He has been an absolute colossus the past couple of months +. Was not expecting it given the way he started the year, but credit where it's due, guy has been rock solid back there. Just awesome for us.
 

Hustini

Senior Member
May 29, 2005
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He has been an absolute colossus the past couple of months +. Was not expecting it given the way he started the year, but credit where it's due, guy has been rock solid back there. Just awesome for us.
It’s yet another example of what beppe sees as a “market opportunity”. It comes in many forms and this Benatia example follows the tevez, Pirlo, Barzagli, etc. mold.

Players thought to be in a decline, passed their prime, or 1-2 season wonders rediscover the form with Juve that made a name for themselves. Credit to our board that finds coaches able to do this.


These “market opportunities” aren’t always bosmans, however (like Pirlo).
@Bianconero_Aus knows what I’m talking about
 

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