Not depandent of Nedved no more? (1 Viewer)

Maurizio

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Sep 23, 2004
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If Nedved did not play a big game last year we were weaker as a team..i think that now we have more than one decent replacements for Nedved(Kapo,Appiah,Olivera,Zlatan)..what ya think about it?
 

The Arif

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Jan 31, 2004
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Kapo and Olivera are the ones that can replace Nedved, but as Olivera started to play in the RM, Kapo is the only one we have to replace Nedved.

Appiah is DM, and Zlatan is a striker.
 
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Maurizio

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Sep 23, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by Arif ] ++
Kapo and Olivera are the ones that can replace Nedved, but as Olivera started to play in the RM, Kapo is the only one we have to replace Nedved.

Appiah is DM, and Zlatan is a striker.
I know Appiah and Zlatan have an other position but i mean it as a whole team.. with the strenght of some players we can be stronger as a team now..:D
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#4
I still think we'd be at least 70% weaker without Nedved in the team and someone like Kapo in his place, and IMO that counts as dependance.
 
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Maurizio

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Sep 23, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by gray ] ++
I still think we'd be at least 70% weaker without Nedved in the team and someone like Kapo in his place, and IMO that counts as dependance.
No this year we really bought and built a team who can replace nedved..together with new strenghts of Emerson,kapo,Zlatan and Olivera..
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#6
I agree that our squad is now less dependant on Nedved. As others have said though, none of the players listed above is a direct replacement for Nedved, except maybe Kapo, who hasn't set foot on the pitch all season, and scored 1 goal in the whole season in Ligue 1

Even so, I don't think they have nearly as much influence, explosive attacking power or hard work ethic as Nedved.

I guess it depends on your definition of dependance. If you mean that a team looks a lot weaker without the presence of a certain player, then I'd classify that as dependance.
 
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Maurizio

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Sep 23, 2004
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#7
With dependance i mean that last year if Nedved did not play every news paper said that juve wasn't 'Juve'..and i know only Kapo has the direct replacement but there really isn't a plyer in europe at the moment who can replace Nedved so we just have to make a stronger team with strong and more players who fit in Juve..
 

Stu

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Jul 14, 2002
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If Nedved was to suffer an injury, get suspended or whatever, we'd definitely miss him. Not as much as last year, no, but we'd still miss him a great deal. He's definitely key for us atm.
 
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Maurizio

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Sep 23, 2004
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#9
yeh but if we go on like we do.. than next year we really don't miss em no more if he's out.. he is 32 so we must take new action in the game!
 

Stu

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Jul 14, 2002
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#10
If Olivera and Kapo realise their potential then we won't miss Nedved too much, but right now they're too inexperienced and what not to be the midfield force that Neddy is.
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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++ [ originally posted by Maurizio ] ++
At the moment no one can replace him..but in a few months someone will!!!!
A few months?

so you're under the impression we're gonna sign a replacement for Nedved in the January transfer window? I doubt it :undecide:
 
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Maurizio

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Sep 23, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by gray ] ++

A few months?

so you're under the impression we're gonna sign a replacement for Nedved in the January transfer window? I doubt it :undecide:
Months .. a year whatever.. moggi isn't stupid:cool:
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#15
You're right, I'm sure it's under control, but I'll miss him so much when he eventually hangs up his boots :touched:
 
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Maurizio

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Sep 23, 2004
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#16
++ [ originally posted by gray ] ++
You're right, I'm sure it's under control, but I'll miss him so much when he eventually hangs up his boots :touched:
yeh sure he's almost a legend but i just know the team is ready for his retirement when he really leaves..:down:
 

Azzurri7

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Dec 16, 2003
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++ [ originally posted by gray ] ++
You're right, I'm sure it's under control, but I'll miss him so much when he eventually hangs up his boots :touched:
:touched: i think it will be my saddest juve days when pav will hang up his boots !
 

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