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Old 27-10-2015, 12:32   #81
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Bit harsh blaming it all on him.

He asked for a 4 man wall, got a 6 man one and literally could not see the ball in any way. It's logical to step to the traditional side if you can't see the ball.

Unfortunate, but he does take some of the blame. I do think, however, that barely a keeper around would have saved it put in the same position.


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Old 27-10-2015, 12:54   #82
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Too quick to judge, but if Diego to leave then we are f*cked up. So no Miha dont put too much weight on this boy just yet.

Give him glimpse of hope but dont burden him too much.
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Old 27-10-2015, 12:56   #83
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Did anyone mention about stupid foul made by kucka in situation when it was not needed?
But well if we are blaming d.lopez for letting strong shot pass him from close to closer goalpost then its hard to not blame goalkeeper for letting this shot end in goal. Good lesson for kid and its important we didnt lose points by it.


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Old 27-10-2015, 12:58   #84
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Imo, it wasn't a foul. Kucka clearly won the ball.

On the other hand, we shouldn't have got a penalty.


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Old 27-10-2015, 13:21   #85
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Another keeper that is terrible on the ball. Its almost as if they have never played outfield in their u 16 teams.
mate, he is like 16 years away from reaching his prime

saying that, not sure he should get starts tho
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Old 27-10-2015, 13:26   #86
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Imo, it wasn't a foul. Kucka clearly won the ball.

On the other hand, we shouldn't have got a penalty.
Well im not sure if goalkeeper didnt touch bacca's right foot -yes it was soft but i was always wonder what football rules says about situation when someone trying to tackle player and that player jump over player tackling him but he is losing body balance and he falls - there where no contact because of jump over but natural human instinct is avoiding foul and injury (short like seconds or long like weeks).


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Old 27-10-2015, 13:36   #87
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The gk did touch Bacca and denied him to go after the ball, which the gk failed to secure. Clear penalty and red card, I don?t know why there is any discussion.
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Old 27-10-2015, 13:40   #88
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I thought Gigi was very good at distributing the ball... that seemed to be the case in the pre season as well

He also seems very confident and is great off his line especially when it comes to high balls and crosses.
We have a real gem right here, can't believe this guy (or boy actually) is only 16.
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Old 27-10-2015, 15:37   #89
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He's 16 fucking years old. The last thing we should do is talk about his mistakes (even if you really cant blame that on him) and instead praise him that he played like an experinced gk. Stupid fucktards talking like this about a 16 year old


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Old 27-10-2015, 16:06   #90
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Berrardi didn't take him seriously after the goal, he tried to score from 40 yards.

Players will be shooting from all kinds of distances at him. He tries to do so much on the ball.

He shouldn't be starting anyway.
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Old 27-10-2015, 16:54   #91
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raiola bullying beelan into starting this child


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Old 27-10-2015, 17:02   #92
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I thought he was composed for a young keeper, more so than Gabriel was during his first game.


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Old 27-10-2015, 18:16   #93
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Anyone remember a scuffet, the udinese buffon, that benched brkić? Quite similar situation, so dont expect too much.

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Keep in mind that quote.
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Old 27-10-2015, 18:25   #94
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Anyone remember a scuffet, the udinese buffon, that benched brkić? Quite similar situation, so dont expect too much.



Keep in mind that quote.
^ Was thinking about that guy, he is on loan to Como now. Here is an interesting write-up I've seen documenting his rise and his current state.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...se-benchwarmer


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Old 27-10-2015, 22:27   #95
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Everyone needs to stop overrating this kid. Talk of being the next Buffon, insane talent Anybody who's watched him in the youth ranks will realise that although talented, he's susceptible to his fair share of brainfarts. Whether this can be ironed out or is part of his game time will tell.

Overhyping him in a game where fodder opposition registered 2 shots on goal (1 he conceded) is ridiculous. If Sassuolo hadn't been down to 10 men early things could've been different. Don't forget Miha 'saw something' in Ely and look what happened. Top opposition went through him like a hot knife through buttter

Let Donna mature in the Primavera for a couple years more. Btw if anyone's earned the right to be called next Buffon it's Perin/Scuffet not him.

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Old 27-10-2015, 22:52   #96
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Everyone needs to stop overrating this kid. Talk of being the next Buffon, insane talent Anybody who's watched him in the youth ranks will realise that although talented, he's susceptible to his fair share of brainfarts. Whether this can be ironed out or is part of his game time will tell.

Overhyping him in a game where fodder opposition registered 2 shots on goal (1 he conceded) is ridiculous. If Sassuolo hadn't been down to 10 men early things could've been different. Don't forget Miha 'saw something' in Ely and look what happened. Top opposition went through him like a hot knife through buttter

Let Donna mature in the Primavera for a couple years more. Btw if anyone's earned the right to be called next Buffon it's Perin/Scuffet not him.

Agree with what you are saying, cannot start overrating and overhyping a player after one performance.

However it was great to see how confident he looked taking crosses out of the air, and how unfazed he seemed, making his debut at the tender age of 16.


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Old 27-10-2015, 22:58   #97
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If your good enough age is not important. If Sinisa says he is better than Lopez at the moment then he plays.


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Old 28-10-2015, 05:55   #98
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If you are good enough then you will start every game. I dont see anything special in any italian talents in general except berrardi and a couple of others. None of these so called talents play for our team. I hope for our sake, this kid improves and proves his worth but i am not impressed with him at all.
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Old 28-10-2015, 08:38   #99
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Debuting as a Serie A regular for AC Milan against Sassuolo yesterday, 1999-born Italian Under-17 international goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma (16), according to Sky Sport Italia, has already drawn interest from 3 European top clubs: Paris Saint-Germain (which already hold Alphonse Areola, playing on loan for Villarreal), Real Madrid and Manchester City. Currently on a deal with Rossoneri until June 2018, the young, phenomenal talent is already contending a permanent position in the starting 11 to veteran Diego Lopez, due to Sinisa Mihajlovic's choices.
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Old 28-10-2015, 10:29   #100
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If you are good enough then you will start every game. I dont see anything special in any italian talents in general except berrardi and a couple of others. None of these so called talents play for our team. I hope for our sake, this kid improves and proves his worth but i am not impressed with him at all.
He's 16 for crying out loud.

What does he have to do? Save a Kroos penalty? Play well in his Serie A debut as the youngest goalkeeper to ever start a game?


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