How many goals and assists this year - 2018/19

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Salvo

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Dec 17, 2007
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His decisions are MUCH quicker this year. Ball falls to Pjanic and he takes off immediately into the space. And when he receives the ball between the lines, he knows where he is going immediately. Way fewer touches on the ball this year.

Save your energy for the bursts into the box. Taking 5, 6, 7 touches, spinning and spinning in midfield is such a waste. I don't know if it's the position or the coach or both but he looks razor sharp this year.
He is closer to goal and our off ball movement is better
 

Osman

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Aug 30, 2002
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His decisions are MUCH quicker this year. Ball falls to Pjanic and he takes off immediately into the space. And when he receives the ball between the lines, he knows where he is going immediately. Way fewer touches on the ball this year.

Save your energy for the bursts into the box. Taking 5, 6, 7 touches, spinning and spinning in midfield is such a waste. I don't know if it's the position or the coach or both but he looks razor sharp this year.
Its defenitely the coach because he has options to play short at all times and the whole team is synched what to in offensive phase.
 

Cerval

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Feb 20, 2016
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Dybala: "What happened to me in the summer was ugly.. Many people talked. Now I'm at the club where I've always wanted to be.. Today I played one of the most important games in the history of this derby." [Sky]
 
Feb 12, 2006
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I always said Dybala would thrive more so under sarri than Allegri.

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This. Just imagine if we had Lukaku in the lineup yesterday instead of him, and Inter had Dzeko.
Let's just say paratici did an excellent job driving lukaku's price up so inda would pay the 70 mill out of desperation for a striker. So glad they kicked icardi out, he was always a problem against us
 

Vlad

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May 23, 2011
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He scored grand total of 1 goal under Sarri as opposed to 78 he has scored under Allegri. So lets talk about under which manager he thrives :lol: :p

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Dybala: "What happened to me in the summer was ugly.. Many people talked. Now I'm at the club where I've always wanted to be.. Today I played one of the most important games in the history of this derby." [Sky]
Just keep responding on the pitch and all is fine. Last season he was horrific and he got so many chances to turn it around so I cant blame Allegri. He simply looked sluggish and out of form. Maybe this summer he figured out that his credit based on good games in the past has expiry date so he applied himself more this year. There werent many offers over the summer from tier 1 clubs.
 
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JuveJay

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Mar 6, 2007
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Great to see him doing better, but he has another 30% to give at least in terms of his best game. He just looks a bit less athletic and definitely less confident than before.

I think it wasn't hard to see he would do better in Sarri's approach, but if we can get something close to that Dybala of past then we would be shit hot up front.
 

Kyle

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Sep 4, 2006
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Great to see him doing better, but he has another 30% to give at least in terms of his best game. He just looks a bit less athletic and definitely less confident than before.

I think it wasn't hard to see he would do better in Sarri's approach, but if we can get something close to that Dybala of past then we would be shit hot up front.
shit hot?
 

CR 7

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Sep 16, 2003
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I always said Dybala would thrive more so under sarri than Allegri.

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Let's just say paratici did an excellent job driving lukaku's price up so inda would pay the 70 mill out of desperation for a striker. So glad they kicked icardi out, he was always a problem against us
Let's jut say that you need to stop giving credit for something that isn't there, OK? The ONLY reason why Dybala is still here is because he didn't want to leave, not some 4D chess that you are making it out to look like.
 

Vlad

Delusional
May 23, 2011
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was trying to sell dybala to tottenham a part of that plan also?
Ofc. He rattled their dressing room and caused fights among several players, that started to become insecure over their status and possibility of Dybala taking their place. In turn other teammates tried to comfort them and in one of those encounters Vertonghen stayed a bit too late at Erikson's place, tipsy and while the latter fell asleep, the former shagged his wife. Just look at the state Tottenham are in now.
 

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