Who would you buy and why? (1 Viewer)

Mark

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Dec 19, 2003
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#1
between

1. Del Neri, Prandelli, Deschamps, Vialli
2. Trabelsi, Alves, Bonera, Oddo, Paulo Ferreira
3. Mexès, Squillaci, Lucio, Rodriguez, Ferrari
4. Burdisso, Kroldrup, Yepès, Metzelder, Hofland, Dainelli, Milito
5. Evra, Heinze, Armand, Grosso, Zauri, Placente
6. Fiore, Diego, Jankulovski, Van der Vaart, Kapo, Santana, Pizarro, Aimar, Rosicky
7. Gilardino, Cavenaghi, Ibrahimovic, Drogba
8. C. Zanetti, Perrotta, Ambrosini, Makelele, Tiago, Emerson
 

Juve100%

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Feb 13, 2004
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#2
there's too many topics now on who we should buy

but i'll answer your question anyway ;)

1. Deschamps
2. Trabelsi - he's free and interested
3. Mexes & Ferrari - could be the best partnership for the next 8-10 years ( i hope)
4. dont need any from here
5. or here
 
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Mark

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At least we could write only in this thread instead of starting one on every player mentioned. ;)
 

#10

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Jul 28, 2002
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#4
this is a bit messed dude, why would be buy only one from each group?? id buy mexes and lucio before i even considered group 4 :D
 
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Mark

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++ [ originally posted by John #10 ] ++
this is a bit messed dude, why would be buy only one from each group?? id buy mexes and lucio before i even considered group 4 :D
You can buy whoever you want. I just put them by position. Lucio and Mexès play Right Center Back but Lucio can play left center too.












Anyway, somebody can delete the thread if they think it's too repetitive.
 

Len

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Feb 13, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by Juve100% ] ++
there's too many topics now on who we should buy

but i'll answer your question anyway ;)

2. Trabelsi - he's free and interested
3. Mexes & Ferrari - could be the best partnership for the next 8-10 years ( i hope)
Trabelsi isn't free, he already signed a new contract with Ajax
I agree that MExes and Ferrari would be a good partnership for the years to come!
 

Bjerknes

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Mar 16, 2004
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#8
Get Mexes, Ferrari, Trabelsi, Jankulovski, Diego or D'Alessandro, and Ibrahimovic and we will win the Champions League in one of the next two seasons, simple as that.
 

#10

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Jul 28, 2002
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#9
nice to see respect for d'ale is still around, a class player and he is showing it with wolfsburg :D
 

Bjerknes

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Mar 16, 2004
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#10
Yeah, I don't know why Moggi gave up interest in him last year. I watched a few River Plate games on TV and I was almost certain he would join Juve. I don't know of a better ball handler in the German League. I think he is even better than Rosicky. Instead of Diego, D'Aless all the way.

A class playmaker, something we need for next season.
 

#10

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Jul 28, 2002
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if we dont get diego then d'ale coul dbe an option, he is one of my fav players, great pace and skill, and packs a decent shot. He, imo could be easily converted into a very very very good left winger.
 

Orgut

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Dec 31, 2002
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#12
Lucio and Mexes
Jankulovski if he is as good as I hear and I know he is not in that list but Rosicky!!!
forwards sell Trez and buy Cavenaghi or Zlatan whoever is better...
 

Martin

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Dec 31, 2000
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#13
1. Deschamps
2. Trabelsi
3. Mexès
4. Yepès
5. Evra
6. Van der Vaart
7. Gilardino
8. Perrotta

Pure fantasy of course, though I don't really need anyone from #8
 
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Mark

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Dec 19, 2003
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#14
++ [ originally posted by Orgut ] ++
Lucio and Mexes
Jankulovski if he is as good as I hear and I know he is not in that list but Rosicky!!!
forwards sell Trez and buy Cavenaghi or Zlatan whoever is better...
I added Rosicky, forgot all about him :D
 

The Arif

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Jan 31, 2004
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#15
i'd buy these players :


mexes : great and promising defender
ferrari : like mexes
trabelsi : great defender.
jankulovski : attacking midfielder, who has a great shot and would be in a great partnership with nedved
ibrahimovich : good dribling skills and it's good in headers.
gilardino : great player
 

Bjerknes

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Mar 16, 2004
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#17
I want D'Alessandro or Aimar to come, cuz they will add vision and a great passing range to the team, something that has been lacking from Juve. No offense to Nedved he is awesome, but he is not the most creative player and not the best passer. We need more of a playmaker on the team.
 
Jan 7, 2004
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#18
++ [ originally posted by mark77 ] ++
between

1. Del Neri, Prandelli, Deschamps, Vialli
2. Trabelsi, Alves, Bonera, Oddo, Paulo Ferreira
3. Mexès, Squillaci, Lucio, Rodriguez, Ferrari
4. Burdisso, Kroldrup, Yepès, Metzelder, Hofland, Dainelli, Milito
5. Evra, Heinze, Armand, Grosso, Zauri, Placente
6. Fiore, Diego, Jankulovski, Van der Vaart, Kapo, Santana, Pizarro, Aimar, Rosicky
7. Gilardino, Cavenaghi, Ibrahimovic, Drogba
8. C. Zanetti, Perrotta, Ambrosini, Makelele, Tiago, Emerson
Del Neri => showed great skills when managing chievo.

My limited chances have made me not have the possibility to see anyone from number 2, 3, 4 , and 5. exept Oddo, Lucio, and Zauri.

Van Der Vaart would be great to come but we are lucky if we get Pizarro and Jank

I like Gila he has taken all the weight of the parma offence and he isnt doin bad.

Emerson would be sweet(never gonna get him) but Perrota wouldnt be bad.
 

Bjerknes

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Mar 16, 2004
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#19
I want Aimar, Diego, or D'Alessandro.



Me = 18 year old guy + lover of Juventus, Detroit Red Wings, and Britany Spears. <-------- she is soooooo hot!
 

Ahmed_

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Dec 23, 2002
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#20
1. Del Neri He knows seria A very well, old and have astrong prsonality.

2. Trabelsi He is the best dfensively or offensively among these 5

3. Ferrari young, played for big clubs before, ITALIAN!!!

4. Metzelder I think he is the best one among them

5. no one

6. Fiore and aimar we just need both of them

7. Gilardino He is the one that i want see him in Juve next season

8. Perrotta We need new blood in our midfield
 

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