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Ramin

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Nov 18, 2003
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#21
++ [ originally posted by Graham ] ++

I'm sorry, I didn't mean to be rude or anything; I just couldn't help but notice that you talk about Mexes and Ferrari every second post.

lool

i noticed that before as well but didnt wanna say anything.
























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Just an observation, that's all ;)

I like Mexes and Ferrari too! :thumb:
:D:D:D:D:D:cool:
 

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Desmond

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Jul 12, 2002
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#27
hinkel would be a good alternative who could turn out to be better than trabelsi(even though i've only seen hinkel about thrice) and he's 5 years younger.
 

Erkka

Senior Member
Mar 31, 2004
3,863
#28
++ [ originally posted by Desmond ] ++
hinkel would be a good alternative who could turn out to be better than trabelsi(even though i've only seen hinkel about thrice) and he's 5 years younger.
Hinkel?? Who is he?? Tell some facts about him...
 

Desmond

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2002
8,938
#29
andreas hinkel,21 years of age,german,plays for stuttgart,impressed in CL this term.

he's solid at the back and loves to attack,runs back and forth tirelessly and has a decent amount of flair.
 

Dominic

Senior Member
Jan 30, 2004
16,693
#30
++ [ originally posted by Desmond ] ++
andreas hinkel,21 years of age,german,plays for stuttgart,impressed in CL this term.

he's solid at the back and loves to attack,runs back and forth tirelessly and has a decent amount of flair.

Talking about Stuttgart, i'd love Alexander Hleb. He's very young but very mature. He's the new Brian Laudrup; the king of the dribble!
 

Desmond

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2002
8,938
#31
kevin kuranyi wouldn't be bad either:)

timo hildebrand's one for the future as well,the stuttgart must pray that they will get to keep him for as long as they can.
 
Aug 1, 2003
17,696
#32
++ [ originally posted by Graham ] ++

I'm sorry, I didn't mean to be rude or anything; I just couldn't help but notice that you talk about Mexes and Ferrari every second post.

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Just an observation, that's all ;)

I like Mexes and Ferrari too! :thumb:
Honestly Graham, go get a life :D

As for Sagnol, I like him, but I don't think we'll get, or should get him for this matter... We could do better.

Like Mexes and Ferrari :fero: ;)

God I love Hleb too, fokin excellent.

I like Kuranyi's football and his style of play.. But I'd rather somehow wait on him rather than get him now. Same scenario with Gilardino. But I can't really have a say on this as I don't know much bout Stuttgart or Kuranyi
 

Togon

Senior Member
Nov 2, 2003
511
#33
Because Hungary's currently best rated player playz in Stuttgart (Szabics Imre) I'm lucky enough to watc boring bundesliga games (mainly Stuttgart) every week.

My impressions:

Hinkel started the season very well, but he faded as the defs started to recognize his attacking spirit.

Hleb is the most selfish free role/playmeker I've ever seen, he would sux big time in Italy

Kuranyi got good abilities, but way overrated, since he is fighting for a starters place in German squad, so he was a starter in Stuttgart despite no goals for about two month. Honest, he is not much better than Zalayeta.

My fav is a small leftwingback, he is a decent tackler, fast as hell
brilliant in attack. He get into the starting11 because lot of player were ruled out by injury problems, and he is a starter ever since:
(I just read today, he is invited by Völler to NT)

Philipp Lahm
VfB Stuttgart

birth date: 11/11/1983
birth place: München
birth Nation: Germany
Height: 170
Weight: 62
nationality: Germany
Position: Defender
 
Mar 14, 2004
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#34
++ [ originally posted by Togon ] ++
Because Hungary's currently best rated player playz in Stuttgart (Szabics Imre) I'm lucky enough to watc boring bundesliga games (mainly Stuttgart) every week.

Philipp Lahm
VfB Stuttgart

birth date: 11/11/1983
birth place: München
birth Nation: Germany
Height: 170
Weight: 62
nationality: Germany
Position: Defender
He is a loan-out from Bayern......and Kaizer Franz isnt so stupid
 

Bjerknes

"Top Economist"
Mar 16, 2004
112,306
#35
How about Porto's RB Paulo Ferriera? He seems like a good attacker on the right side, and also comes back nicely to defend. I think he is younger than Trabelsi as well.
 

Dominic

Senior Member
Jan 30, 2004
16,693
#36
I'd prefer Trabelsi. Also Togon, i see Stuttgart every week, i can't say I agree with you about Hleb. I'm very impressed, imo he really can be the next Laudrup.
 

Adrian

Senior Member
Jan 31, 2003
6,382
#38
bonera will only be back up imo. he can play as right back and centre back, not very good at either, but he couldnt possibly be a replacement for thuram in moggi and lippi's mind.
 

Stu

Senior Member
Jul 14, 2002
17,557
#39
++ [ originally posted by Togon ] ++
My fav is a small leftwingback, he is a decent tackler, fast as hell
brilliant in attack. He get into the starting11 because lot of player were ruled out by injury problems, and he is a starter ever since:
(I just read today, he is invited by Völler to NT)

Philipp Lahm
VfB Stuttgart

birth date: 11/11/1983
birth place: München
birth Nation: Germany
Height: 170
Weight: 62
nationality: Germany
Position: Defender
Agreed - Lahm is amazing. I've seen him a few times in the Bundesliga, and he ruled against Chelsea in the CL. 'Tis a pity he's on loan from Bayern.
 

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