Merih Demiral (28 Viewers)

Quetzalcoatl

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Aug 22, 2007
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salman

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Apr 15, 2005
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Why are people so obsessed with this guy again?

Is it based on his performances with the Turkish national team or his time pre Juventus? Surely it can’t be based on that one game with us where he was an absolute trainwreck.

Granted, i didnt follow him when he was at Sassuolo, but claiming that everytime he isn’t selected is injustice, and building him up like he’s the new Montero is absurd.


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Jun 17, 2011
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Why are people so obsessed with this guy again?

Is it based on his performances with the Turkish national team or his time pre Juventus? Surely it can’t be based on that one game with us where he was an absolute trainwreck.

Granted, i didnt follow him when he was at Sassuolo, but claiming that everytime he isn’t selected is injustice, and building him up like he’s the new Montero is absurd.


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It's Turks obsessed with a Turk, nothing more to it really.
 

Alen

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Apr 2, 2007
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Our starters this year were always gonna be Chiellini, Bonucci and De Ligt. Demiral was there just in case of an injury crisis in defense, while Rugani was supposed to be shipped off and we kept him only because there was no buyer.
After Chiellini got injured, it was normal to play Bonucci-De Ligt non stop, in order to build a chemistry. They can both make mistakes here and there, but we will stick with the captain and the record defense purchase.

As for Demiral and Rugani, they were gonna get very little playing time, as they do. Demiral screwed his first chance and then Rugani got a chance. Now Rugani screwed too and the next time one of BonBon or De Ligt is out, Sarri will probably pick Demiral.
 

B3N

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Ronn

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De Ligt has been trainwreck for 10 consecutive games. It is not like club will come out say that they are selling him because zionists in charge decided to do so. They will make him want to leave via mobbing.
If him leaving results in you stopping following Juventus then I’m all for it. Otherwise he’s a quality player and need to be kept.
 
Jul 2, 2006
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do you really need me to point it out to understand difference between two situations that is feud in balkans and campaign against 40 years old marxist equivalent of daesh.

besides, how about these? uefa should just spill the beans that they don't recognize turks right to self defence and right to live as they are not equals but muslims.
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Apr 29, 2006
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If Demirel feels he should leave to get playing time, then sell him. I know his playing time is very limited, but if he can't give Juventus one year to see whether he can make it, we will do without him. Not ideal, but it is what it is.

I believe it not to be the case as the guy looks determined and head strong, besides anyone will tell him there isn't a place in the world to train/play with better defenders. It's one thing to be a big fish in a small pond, but training and competing with the best is another matter. I am sure he gets that.
 

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