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View Poll Results: Will Zlatan finally win the Champions League in 2012-2013?
Yes, the real one. 34 15.53%
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Old 15-08-2012, 06:38   #3361
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Old 15-08-2012, 06:51   #3362
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Hi Fredrik, or someone else who speaks French,
could you help with a translation on this quote of Ancelotti from a new France Football magazine interview? google translate was so-so.
Lucia! My french is far from perfect, so this is a bit paraphrased:

"Ibra certainly is a center forward, but he can also play a bit deeper to help our movement and give us depth, also to open up space for Nene, Lavezzi, Menez and Gameiro. Ibra will not only play central, it would be to limit a player like him. I want to use all his qualitites, like holding up the ball and use his great passing (?). Is he the ideal player? He is strong, but especially he has a lot of experience. And he is a winner. He is someone who has won titles everywhere he's played. In the last nine seasons, he's been a champion eight times, in all countries he's played. It's especially with this kind of mentality, this winning culture, he can help the team. He's a great role model. He's also a great professional who trains like he plays matches and wants to win both in training and normal games."
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Old 15-08-2012, 06:53   #3363
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Seedorf clearly is a legend. A big player. Almost at Ibra's level.
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Old 15-08-2012, 06:59   #3364
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In essence i think this is the first time (maybe second since he was forced out of ajax?) i saw some loyalty from ibrahimovic. And i really like that. But yes we cant expect him to be bitter about leaving or cry like van bommel. He really isnt that kind of a guy
I'd say this is the first time he's been "forced out". Ajax? He desperately wanted to leave them for Juve. Many stories about that (remember Van der Vaart?). Him leaving Barca was more or less a mutual decision.
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Old 15-08-2012, 07:46   #3365
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Seedorf clearly is a legend. A big player. Almost at Ibra's level.
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Old 15-08-2012, 08:27   #3366
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Lucia! My french is far from perfect, so this is a bit paraphrased:

"Ibra certainly is a center forward, but he can also play a bit deeper to help our movement and give us depth, also to open up space for Nene, Lavezzi, Menez and Gameiro. Ibra will not only play central, it would be to limit a player like him. I want to use all his qualitites, like holding up the ball and use his great passing (?). Is he the ideal player? He is strong, but especially he has a lot of experience. And he is a winner. He is someone who has won titles everywhere he's played. In the last nine seasons, he's been a champion eight times, in all countries he's played. It's especially with this kind of mentality, this winning culture, he can help the team. He's a great role model. He's also a great professional who trains like he plays matches and wants to win both in training and normal games."
Ancelotti understands Ibra. That much is clear. I was kind of worried he wasn't getting it based off of how they played vs Lorient, but that statement makes me hopeful. I'm definitely cheering for PSG in CL this season.
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Old 15-08-2012, 08:31   #3367
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lesser players in the sense that the shirt they wear now diminishes how i view them ..as opposed to the shirt they used to wear and the magnifying effect this had on how i viewed them.
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Old 15-08-2012, 10:50   #3368
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I hope Zlatan's back won't be a problem this season.
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Old 15-08-2012, 11:48   #3369
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Old 15-08-2012, 11:52   #3370
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Zlatan said Thiago Silva is the best.
That means Thiago Silva is the best.
Very strange discussion here since we know the word of Zlatan (=fact).


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Damn, you must be ******ed.


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Old 15-08-2012, 11:56   #3371
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Poor kids that just started watching football a couple of years ago. They think that if PSG splash 200m on players, surely they will win CL in a year or two.
Obviously, they don't know that PSG isn't the first team to try this genius transfer tactic, nor do they know how successful it was for other teams in the past.

Real galacticos (had the best individual players of their generation); Mourinho's Real (too lazy to count how much he spent, but just add up Kaka + Cristina, that should give you a good start); Chelski (spend 250 million pounds on transfers in the last 5 years, and won a fluke CL five years later); Manchester City (spent 164 million pounds on transfers in the last 3 years, and crashed out of CL embarrassingly).



Oh yes, just because PSG spent, they will be winning CL any minute now. It's not like there are any competing oil taicoon clubs who spend just as much, or maybe Barcelona or Real who spend almost as much and in fact can afford it.

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Old 15-08-2012, 12:04   #3372
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Lucia! My french is far from perfect, so this is a bit paraphrased:
Thank you for the translation Fredrik.

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You know that's a completely made up and false quote right?

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Old 15-08-2012, 12:09   #3373
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The ones who are butt-hurt are the ones who think less of TS and Ibra now than they did a couple of months ago.

What have we said about stalking? It's a no-no.
bro, stop stalking me.

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I agree with this statement.

In a forum where guys like abate are hyped as being good players, in a forum where people still hype the way B and G have handled the club recently, in a forum where one of the most selfish players of all time -seedorf is considered a role model, people are actually getting pissed when our last competent players are getting hype?

Or my favorite. Guys who supported Boriello over Huntelaar now bending over backwards over the goal/minute stats.

Most people would agree with your rhetoric if Ibra and Silva were still in Milan. Or at least about Silva even if they hated Ibra for no reason.
Borriello was and is better than Huntelaar.


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Old 15-08-2012, 12:12   #3374
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Borriello was and is better than Huntelaar.
No. Definitely NOT!
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Old 15-08-2012, 12:16   #3375
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Borriello was and is better than Huntelaar.
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Old 15-08-2012, 12:25   #3376
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Thank you for the translation Fredrik.



You know that's a completely made up and false quote right?
I did not do any research on that, copied this screen from Troll football. But honestly this sounds completely legit having in mind this player is Zlatan


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Old 15-08-2012, 12:40   #3377
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Stop stalking me, sister.

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As your jerk off material. Absolutely nothing else.
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I hope Zlatan's back won't be a problem this season.
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Old 15-08-2012, 12:44   #3379
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I hope Zlatan's back won't be a problem this season.
You already posted that, but way to keep up the spam flow. Yes, the more posts this thread has, the longer your e-dick becomes.


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Old 15-08-2012, 12:48   #3380
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I hope Zlatan's back won't be a problem this season.

Because he's been carrying Milan for two years.
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