Our future central midfield (1 Viewer)

Sivori

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
810
#26
I predict that Juve's future central midfielders will consist of these players:

Italian workhorse: Carlo Perro
And the belgian wonder: Carl van der Buyten.

In case you're wondering who these players are I can tell you: they've not been born yet, but I can guarantee you that in the distant future these two will be the core of the juve midfield.
The cards tell me so and they must be trusted.
 

Dj Juve

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2002
9,597
#28
++ [ originally posted by Sivori ] ++
I predict that Juve's future central midfielders will consist of these players:

Italian workhorse: Carlo Perro
And the belgian wonder: Carl van der Buyten.

In case you're wondering who these players are I can tell you: they've not been born yet, but I can guarantee you that in the distant future these two will be the core of the juve midfield.
The cards tell me so and they must be trusted.

more CM? ;)
 

JuveFan_DK

New Member
Aug 7, 2002
11
#29
I hope it will be Maresca, he's a genius :D and he's a very hard worker, but i hope they'll play Brighi a little more offensive, as a kind of playmaker, because he's a very creative player.
 

#10

Senior Member
Jul 28, 2002
6,814
#32
Imo he needs a bit more Pace, but that can be worked on. Otherwise yeah he is likely to be our future Davids.
 

denco

Superior Being
Jul 12, 2002
4,679
#34
You think Tofting is creative, and surely calling Maresca a genius is surely over the top, he is a good player and he does need more pace as its so easy to take the ball of a slow player who cannot pass the ball as well as players as slow like Guardiola and Albertini can
 

Evelyn8

Senior Member
Jul 23, 2002
584
#35
do remeber we have to Brighi's

one 19 the other 21

Do also Remeber we have one Maresca

One Tudor

for defensive midfield........

Since Brighi's are creative players ala Del Piero......

Guzman
is coming up

I recently read an article in Gazzeta Dello Sport (not Juve friendly)

praising the work of Juventus youth set up

So I would think we have little if anything to worry about.....
 

Evelyn8

Senior Member
Jul 23, 2002
584
#36
Here is a formation that should scare every defense in the world

(only mid and Att)


---------------Saviola-------------Zlatan Ibrahimovic---------


-------------------------------Aimar-------------------------------------------

---------Ronaldinho-----C Ledesma-------A D' Allesandro------Ortega
 

denco

Superior Being
Jul 12, 2002
4,679
#37
There are too many lazy players in that team and the only way you will scare opposition is if Ron and Ortega smile at the opposition but seriously who will be your defensive midfielder and where exactly are Ronaldinho, Aimar, Ortega, D'ale going to play in that team
 

Evelyn8

Senior Member
Jul 23, 2002
584
#38
++ [ originally posted by denco ] ++
There are too many lazy players in that team and the only way you will scare opposition is if Ron and Ortega smile at the opposition but seriously who will be your defensive midfielder and where exactly are Ronaldinho, Aimar, Ortega, D'ale going to play in that team

I thought the diagram explained it all

But lets try it again
Saviola (Creative Forward)
Zlatan (Target Striker)
Aimar (Playmaker)
Ronaldinho (Left wing)
Ortega (Right Wing)
Ledesma (Defensive Midfield)
D'Alesandro (right central mid)

it is not my favorite team
it is the Team I could afford to have as River Manager on a CM

after bringing in Ronaldinho I was pretty short on finances altough I sold players like
Angel, Coudet, Ganceado, and Yepes

AS far as laziness is concerned it is Boca and not River players who are infamously known for this.........
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)