Who would you buy? (1 Viewer)

Alex

Junior Member
May 1, 2004
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#1
If you were Moggi and you could buy 5 new players in terms of quality, reliability and price, who would they be?



Mine would be
1. Denilson- :confused:god knows where he is currently? would cost very little but the best dribbler in the game
2. Joaquin- best winger in Spain (not including figo) says a lot and very young
3. Jay Jay- hasn't scored many for Bolton but hits the bar at least 2 times in a match after dribbling 3 or 4 players
4. Morientes- scores every where he goes, Madrid obviously don't won't him
5. Gary Neville- people would rock up at the Delli Alpi just to have a laugh!!!:greedy:
 

gray

Senior Member
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Apr 22, 2003
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#3
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1. Denilson- :confused:god knows where he is currently? would cost very little but the best dribbler in the game
Too old and definitely doesn't suit our style nor the Italian game itself.
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3. Jay Jay- hasn't scored many for Bolton but hits the bar at least 2 times in a match after dribbling 3 or 4 players
Sweet, we've always needed a player who can hit the woodwork :D:p j/k mate, but as above, doesn't suit the Italian game
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4. Morientes- scores every where he goes, Madrid obviously don't won't him
He's a good player, more creative than Trezeguet and a good finisher, but there's always the risk factor that comes with Spanish players in Italy.
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5. Gary Neville- people would rock up at the Delli Alpi just to have a laugh!!!:greedy:
:rofl::howler:
 

NEDVED

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Nov 16, 2003
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#6
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Nedved why do you like Rosicky so much

i also like cavenaghi though- good choice
Rosicky is fast, he dribbles very well, shoots very well, and he is still young,
im not insisting on him but his addition to the squad would be great, but i insist on D'alessandro....
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#7
Rosicky's one of my favourite players too, a superb passer and great technique especially for such a young player
 
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Alex

Alex

Junior Member
May 1, 2004
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#10
But Rosicky plays in a modest league- no offence Germans but apart from Bayern M. there isn't a huge amount to offer- could he step up to serie A? Instead we could buy Rui Costa who is out of the starting 11 at milan but has loads of quality.

Rainforest Liu Joaquin is 20 yrs old, plays in Spain for a mediocre team ( i think real betis not sure) and is so good madrid are considering him as a replacement for Figo.
 

NEDVED

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Nov 16, 2003
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++ [ originally posted by Alex ] ++
But Rosicky plays in a modest league- no offence Germans but apart from Bayern M. there isn't a huge amount to offer- could he step up to serie A? Instead we could buy Rui Costa who is out of the starting 11 at milan but has loads of quality.

Rainforest Liu Joaquin is 20 yrs old, plays in Spain for a mediocre team ( i think real betis not sure) and is so good madrid are considering him as a replacement for Figo.
Rosicky can step up for the Serie A, he is still young and has the time to adapt in the Serie A, take a look at zidane, juve bought him from bordeaux (french league) and then he became the best player in the italian league, another example is Kaka, he just came to milan from brazil and he is playing very well....

and yes, Joaquin plays for Real Betis..
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#12
++ [ originally posted by Alex ] ++
But Rosicky plays in a modest league- no offence Germans but apart from Bayern M. there isn't a huge amount to offer- could he step up to serie A? Instead we could buy Rui Costa who is out of the starting 11 at milan but has loads of quality.
Oh come on, have you seen Rosicky play?

Rosicky is one of the most technically gifted players in Europe. He single-handedly took Sparta Prague to the Champions League and was the best player in the league, earning a place in the national team at the age of 20, not to mention being a leader at Dortmund and a player to build the squad around

btw the German league isn't as weak as you think. Remember who we lost to in the '97 CL final?

Rui Costa? :LOL: He's a good player, but he's in the twilight of his career and could never score enough goals for my liking.
 

Bjerknes

"Top Economist"
Mar 16, 2004
101,928
#16
I think this would be the most astute transfer campaign by Moggi:

Mexes
Ferrari
Kroldrup
Rosicky
Fiore
Gilardino

I love that backline of Kroldrup, Mexes and Ferrari. Also, the Attacking Triumervate of Fiore, Rosicky, and Nedved would be nice, but that ain't gonna happen.
 

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