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Bianconero81

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Juventus have their sights set on Valencia captain José Luis Gayà for next season. Barcelona and Atletico Madrid are also interested in the player. But Gayà could renew with Valencia. [TJ]
:rofl: :howler:

I love this type of news. Juventus are interested in the player, but other clubs are too. It is also possible the player might actually end up staying at current club and renewing his contract. Basically, no news.
 

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Feb 9, 2013
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It's a possibility.
Some of our players played better under Sarri : Bentancur played better, Rabiot was resurging since 2nd half of last season, Ramsey also played better in 1st half of last season, Dybala also became as best Serie A Player. Berna also played better under Sarri. Although he was not producing consistent attacking return, he don't like as clumsy as now. We also dont do lots of stupid mistakes in matches

And we got some very great addition if the players came still the same with Sarri.
Chiesa and Kulu would provide Sarri can play 4-3-3 with true winger like he used to play in Napoli. Kulu will do better as we made a deal in January that it could be his purchase is for Sarri style of football back then. Arthur will become regista as he did with Jorginho. And there is McKennie that provide energy as Matuidi replacement.
We also still could use Higuain as ST.

And he will have Chiellini and Demiral for CB cover, not Rugani. I believe we will beat Benevento, Torino, Crotone, etc and at least still go with the chance to win Serie A until the last round
Wat? While Dybala and Bentancur played better, lol that Bernadeschi did. Last season was far and away Bernadeschi’s worst season, and Ramsey was awful or unavailable. Rabiot was also complete garbage for 80% of the season and average for the rest.

We don’t do stupid mistakes in lots of matches last season? You understand that we conceded 43 goals in the league last season? Right? We’ve conceded 31 this season. We’d have to concede 12 goals in our last 4 matches to match that. Our defensive solidity and organization was appalling last year. We’re also on pace to finish with a similar number of goals scored, we have 67 in 34 right now, which puts us on pace For 75. We scored 76 last season.

The biggest difference this season from last is that no other team was consistent like Inter is this year. We also haven’t been as consistent in picking up the close wins this year. So we have had a few more poor results. But we were absolute dogshit for the last couple months of the season in every competition and if Inter went for 90+ points last year, we lose the scudetto, 100%, especially under a chainsmoking clown with a loser mentality like Sarri. Guy constantly talked about how great an achievement second place was too.
 

Akshen

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Aug 27, 2010
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too many injury prone players we have:
- Arthur who was tipped as our starting mid is not able to produce decent amount of minutes for few season already,
- Ramsey, well, everyone knows whats going on here,
- Morata, tends to have that minor injuries to often,
- Dybala, as some our ex player stated - he is always unavailable for the major games
- Chiellini cant play more than two games in a row,
- Demiral seems to gone on injury path too,
- McKennie, having some problems too,

The problem is they are usually in the squad, but how long have we been hearing that Morata or McKennie is available but is not ready to start or play full 90 minutes?
And really if u look at the injury record of this player this could be seen before we sign them.

McKennie:
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Arthur:
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even Morata:
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This really looks bad,
 

Juliano13

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May 6, 2012
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too many injury prone players we have:
- Arthur who was tipped as our starting mid is not able to produce decent amount of minutes for few season already,
- Ramsey, well, everyone knows whats going on here,
- Morata, tends to have that minor injuries to often,
- Dybala, as some our ex player stated - he is always unavailable for the major games
- Chiellini cant play more than two games in a row,
- Demiral seems to gone on injury path too,
- McKennie, having some problems too,

The problem is they are usually in the squad, but how long have we been hearing that Morata or McKennie is available but is not ready to start or play full 90 minutes?
And really if u look at the injury record of this player this could be seen before we sign them.

McKennie:
1620116645306.png

Arthur:
1620116704261.png

even Morata:
1620116773920.png


This really looks bad,
Does pubitis=syphilis for Arthur?
 

Akshen

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Aug 27, 2010
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Does pubitis=syphilis for Arthur?
no idea, but it looks like it, I think i have read one some barca forum that he had syphilis, when i was doing research before his transfer to us. Anyway the out come was that this guy is not really leaving a life of a sportsman, so u can expect more of this injuries in future.
 

DanielSz

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Sep 6, 2014
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Momblano- juve have offers from premier league for szczesny. He wants to return to England

Albanese- Premier league is possibility but watch out for Dortmund as well.
 

Orgut

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Dec 31, 2002
14,861
too many injury prone players we have:
- Arthur who was tipped as our starting mid is not able to produce decent amount of minutes for few season already,
- Ramsey, well, everyone knows whats going on here,
- Morata, tends to have that minor injuries to often,
- Dybala, as some our ex player stated - he is always unavailable for the major games
- Chiellini cant play more than two games in a row,
- Demiral seems to gone on injury path too,
- McKennie, having some problems too,

The problem is they are usually in the squad, but how long have we been hearing that Morata or McKennie is available but is not ready to start or play full 90 minutes?
And really if u look at the injury record of this player this could be seen before we sign them.

McKennie:
1620116645306.png

Arthur:
1620116704261.png

even Morata:
1620116773920.png


This really looks bad,
Your point is spot on even if the examples arent the best - We have pratically played a full season and the only one who missed many games out of the three you mentioned is Arthur but we already knew he is made of glass.
 

Akshen

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Aug 27, 2010
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Your point is spot on even if the examples arent the best - We have pratically played a full season and the only one who missed many games out of the three you mentioned is Arthur but we already knew he is made of glass.
The problem is that Morata and McKennie are not missing many games, but most of the time they are not fit to start or play 90 minutes, thats my real problem. How many times did we hear from Pirlo that McKennie is not 100 % fit? this lasted like 2 months, then the same was with Morata, we hear about his fatigue for like 2 months too
Just look at Morata minutes after Viola game:
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Until like mid march, he was our only CF, thanks to Dybala injury yet he only played 90 mins in five games and was only a sub in 7 of the games

McKennie looks similiar, but he is different case as he doesnt seem to be so crucial for us as Alvaro was.
 

juve123

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Aug 10, 2017
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Borussia Dortmund have said no to a possible purchase for Szczesny, he’s deemed too expensive (he’s on 6.5 million euros plus bonuses per season at Juventus). [TMW)

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Juve are ready to ‘seduce’ Gigio Donnarumma with an annual salary of about 10 million euros, and a very rich commission for agent Mino Raiola and father. Paratici has agreed to all demands of Mino Raiola. (Corriere Torino)
 

Xperd

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Jun 1, 2012
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Borussia Dortmund have said no to a possible purchase for Szczesny, he’s deemed too expensive (he’s on 6.5 million euros plus bonuses per season at Juventus). [TMW)

- - - Updated - - -

Juve are ready to ‘seduce’ Gigio Donnarumma with an annual salary of about 10 million euros, and a very rich commission for agent Mino Raiola and father. Paratici has agreed to all demands of Mino Raiola. (Corriere Torino)
:lol2:
 

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