How many goals and assists this year - 2018/19

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Sad Statue

wannabe Bart Simpson
Mar 28, 2006
1,898
If we change to a system with 2 strikers and we sell Dybala I'll be very disappointed.

On the other hand, maybe it's a determination and mentality issue. The board knows better I guess.

I was so excited at the beginning of the season about this. Seing Ronaldo and Dybala bonding I hoped Ronaldo would transmit some of his mentality to Dybala..
 
Aug 13, 2013
7,448
He will leave join a real Madrid and zidane will tuen him into one of the best in europe. Meanwhile allegri will continue to play football that doesnt suit oir suite of forwards.
moving to a CL rival like Real, it makes our CL dreams a bit more realistic!!! pogba will join real and they will get a pretty tasty core.
Allegri is done for a few years. Dybala is definitely leaving now. Let’s see how far we can go relying on Ronaldo and Mandzukic for crossing.
 

tosh_rose

Senior Member
Aug 21, 2010
1,234
He will leave join a real Madrid and zidane will tuen him into one of the best in europe. Meanwhile allegri will continue to play football that doesnt suit oir suite of forwards.
Ok, just for the sake of it - how is Zidane, someone who became a manager yesterday, going to magically turn Dybala into a world beater in this current Real Madrid team? What secrets does this magician Zidane know that a 51 year old Allegri is unaware of?

Also, in one of the poorest, if not THE poorest seasons that Real has had in last decade, why would they turn their attention to an off-form underperforming Juventus bench player and hope their coach will then work with him and make him world class? Why dont they just sign an already performing at a WC level player? You know, like they usually do since forever...

The most prestigious club that can have a real interest and could afford to buy Dybala is Man United if (or when) they fail to qualify for the Champions League. Atletico Madrid is another option if they target him, and thats pretty much it. it`s not serious and objective to link him with clubs like Barca, Real, Bayern, they would be pretty amateurish to spend that kind of money for an attacker who`s at least a level below their standard - and I am one of those who like Paulo, I even consider myself a fan of him, but the harsh reality is that his last year and a half has been a mix of steps - backwards and sideways, but never forward, and you cant just blame it on the coach. And if you do, then you are no different than a mother who thinks her kid is so special, so talented and so smart that she blames the child`s teachers every time her prodigy gets a poor grade (or a non-A grade even).

If I was a Barca/Real/Bayern fan I wouldnt be excited or thrilled by the news that my club is going to pay close to 100 mil for a player like Dybala in the summer of 2019. I would have loved that in 2017 for example, but not now...
 

Juve92

Senior Member
Jan 18, 2016
508
Ok, just for the sake of it - how is Zidane, someone who became a manager yesterday, going to magically turn Dybala into a world beater in this current Real Madrid team? What secrets does this magician Zidane know that a 51 year old Allegri is unaware of?

Also, in one of the poorest, if not THE poorest seasons that Real has had in last decade, why would they turn their attention to an off-form underperforming Juventus bench player and hope their coach will then work with him and make him world class? Why dont they just sign an already performing at a WC level player? You know, like they usually do since forever...

The most prestigious club that can have a real interest and could afford to buy Dybala is Man United if (or when) they fail to qualify for the Champions League. Atletico Madrid is another option if they target him, and thats pretty much it. it`s not serious and objective to link him with clubs like Barca, Real, Bayern, they would be pretty amateurish to spend that kind of money for an attacker who`s at least a level below their standard - and I am one of those who like Paulo, I even consider myself a fan of him, but the harsh reality is that his last year and a half has been a mix of steps - backwards and sideways, but never forward, and you cant just blame it on the coach. And if you do, then you are no different than a mother who thinks her kid is so special, so talented and so smart that she blames the child`s teachers every time her prodigy gets a poor grade (or a non-A grade even).

If I was a Barca/Real/Bayern fan I wouldnt be excited or thrilled by the news that my club is going to pay close to 100 mil for a player like Dybala in the summer of 2019. I would have loved that in 2017 for example, but not now...
Finally someone gets it. :tup:

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If we change to a system with 2 strikers and we sell Dybala I'll be very disappointed.

On the other hand, maybe it's a determination and mentality issue. The board knows better I guess.

I was so excited at the beginning of the season about this. Seing Ronaldo and Dybala bonding I hoped Ronaldo would transmit some of his mentality to Dybala..
I knew he will fail like always, they guy is Everton level player at best. History have proven me right a few times now. When the lineup for the first leg against AM was out, I said we are losing this, and we did. Ppl on here were panicking and blaming Allegri, I then said, be calm, Max is a smart man, he will bench this choker and play Berna and we will qualify, now tell me what happend next? Check my old posts if you do not believe me.
 
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MikeM

Senior Member
Sep 21, 2008
9,748
I don't understand our board sometimes. They're aware our coach does not play him in big games. He does not have a place for him in the team. We have a very small window where we have Ronaldo still in top form. So what is the point in keeping Dybala? It's just plusvalenza sitting on the bench. We're acting like a small club hanging on dearly to any player that shows some talent. As if we can't find a similarly talented player again?

I defend Dybala a lot because I think he's a #9, but its not even clear that he's a good enough #9 to win us the biggest trophy, and for sure we'll never see him there. So what are we doing, now he's even been passed by Kean, surely.

I can't see how keeping him could possibly outweigh the benefits of a huge injection of cash that you can use to optimize a team around Ronaldo.
 

Juve92

Senior Member
Jan 18, 2016
508
omg!! the way people degrade this guy here is strange.

everton level!!! are you guys serious ?
Yes, and I'm glad tuz realized that.

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I don't understand our board sometimes. They're aware our coach does not play him in big games. He does not have a place for him in the team. We have a very small window where we have Ronaldo still in top form. So what is the point in keeping Dybala? It's just plusvalenza sitting on the bench. We're acting like a small club hanging on dearly to any player that shows some talent. As if we can't find a similarly talented player again?

I defend Dybala a lot because I think he's a #9, but its not even clear that he's a good enough #9 to win us the biggest trophy, and for sure we'll never see him there. So what are we doing, now he's even been passed by Kean, surely.

I can't see how keeping him could possibly outweigh the benefits of a huge injection of cash that you can use to optimize a team around Ronaldo.
Thanks MikeM, I couldn't have said it better myself.
 
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Juve92

Senior Member
Jan 18, 2016
508
He has already been one of the world's best players.

He can do it again.
And when was that? Stop posting lies.

It's funny you guys complain about Ronaldo fans but you Dybala fanboys are on an another level. Ronaldo is top 2 player in the world for the past 11-10 years, so I can understand his fanbase, but who is Dybala? A bench player for Juve and his National team, both.

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Can we please please please ban Juve92 from polluting this thread? He just keeps regurgitating the same shit and calling anyone who disagrees with his "opinion" a fanboy. Easily one of the worst posters on this forum at present.
Just put me on ignore if I bother you.. I am not doing anything wrong, first you complained about me spamming in other threads and now I am not allowed to respond to others in this thread as well ? And should be banned from the thread? Wth man
 
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Sep 17, 2015
20
It boggles my mind that the whole juve world has turned their backs on dybala after one poor season. The jewel is only 25 and was our best player before this season. We owe it to our number 10 to give him one more season to prove his worth.

Amazing how this forum used to reminisce about Morata being amazing when he so inconsistent (bar consecutive goals in CL), whereas dybala been great except for now.

The future does not involve mandzukic. Kean is not better than dybala yet. Bernadeschi is not better than dybala yet.

Let allegri think about how to use dybala over the summer.

Calma
 

Vialli_92

Senior Member
Mar 7, 2013
6,368
Dybala should have left a long time ago, he just doesn't fit into Allegri's system and it's not his fault

If Allegri stays for next season then Dybala should be sold it's just a waste of space at Juve for him with Allegri they just don't see eye to eye on the pitch
 

Juve92

Senior Member
Jan 18, 2016
508
Dybala should have left a long time ago, he just doesn't fit into Allegri's system and it's not his fault

If Allegri stays for next season then Dybala should be sold it's just a waste of space at Juve for him with Allegri they just don't see eye to eye on the pitch
It is his own fault, he has disrespected Allegri a few times, his attitude stinks.
 

Vlad

Delusional
May 23, 2011
19,161
It boggles my mind that the whole juve world has turned their backs on dybala after one poor season. The jewel is only 25 and was our best player before this season. We owe it to our number 10 to give him one more season to prove his worth.

Amazing how this forum used to reminisce about Morata being amazing when he so inconsistent (bar consecutive goals in CL), whereas dybala been great except for now.

The future does not involve mandzukic. Kean is not better than dybala yet. Bernadeschi is not better than dybala yet.

Let allegri think about how to use dybala over the summer.

Calma
I agree with you about Dybala and this is his first poor season here. He was also tracking back more than before. But he is a specialist player, his best place on the pitch is 20-25 meters from the goal, on the right side, playing off target man. We dont utilize him there and he doesnt fit anywhere else so for his sake and ours we should either move him further up to his preferred role or sell him this summer. If he stays I hope he would improve his attitude, because waving with his hands everytime he gets subbed, is annoying af. Especially since he showed very little this season and everytime he was taken off was the right call. Its 50/50 for me whether he stays or leaves..
 

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