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View Poll Results: Would you like to see Huntelaar in MILAN?
Yes, definatly... 214 66.88%
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Old 27-08-2006, 13:42   #81
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if we cant to sign oliviera..
i hope we cant sign huntelaar..
i want to see him at milan..
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Old 27-08-2006, 14:09   #82
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Good question Here's my take.

Ajax were a genuine european power only during the times of Cryuff and Rinus Michels, the legendary coach who invented Total Football. After that, apart from the CL win in '95, they were a fading continental power.

Now they're in a position similar to South American clubs - producing precocious players, having them till they are established and then selling them for a fortune. I think Ajax, like South American clubs, are resigned to the fact that they can never dream of matching the moneypower of the top teams from England, Italy and Spain.

So they've decided to live off them, nurturing talent and selling them for a forune, and using that money to plan for the short-term future, at the end of which they'll have another precocious talent. Its a vicious cycle.

It'll take a truly great coach to reverse this trend - at least temporarily. If they win the CL (the UEFA cup is no good) and make the semis twice or thrice in the next five years, the money generated will go a long way in preserving the talent within the club, and what's more, get quality players to further imrove the side.
Agreed, but I think Ajax has been living off sales to big clubs for much longer than you think. Big clubs have always looked at Ajax when deciding their next stars. This was mainly due to the outstanding youth facilities that helped them create world class players from ordinary ones. The same can not be said of them today as their last class of players were sold to decidedly smaller clubs for much less. I think they have to shake up their youth system if they want to return to the big stage.

I dont see Huntelaar leaving Ajay this season, and maybe even next.
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Old 27-08-2006, 14:50   #83
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Agreed, but I think Ajax has been living off sales to big clubs for much longer than you think. Big clubs have always looked at Ajax when deciding their next stars. This was mainly due to the outstanding youth facilities that helped them create world class players from ordinary ones. The same can not be said of them today as their last class of players were sold to decidedly smaller clubs for much less. I think they have to shake up their youth system if they want to return to the big stage.

I dont see Huntelaar leaving Ajay this season, and maybe even next.
Ajax's Youth System has always had a reputation for producing world class talent, but the problem nowadays is that they don't seem to be able to hold on to their most valuable players. Giants like Chelsea and Real promise them unbelievable riches if they sign for them when they may not be so serious about signing them after all. This unsettles the players and they start to ask for the same terms in their original club, who obviously can't afford it.

While revamping the Youth System is a priority, they first need to get a world class coach. Like Rangers have. Success breeds success. I don't really think its the other way round.


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Old 27-08-2006, 19:08   #84
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But Chelsea, Real, etc aren't getting their 'products.' Its clubs like Manchester City that they're now selling their players to. And they were not exactly sold early ... Trabelsi pushing on 30, Pineear over 25 (I think), etc. Right now, I would think PSV is doing better at this money making scheme (Park, Van Bomel, Vogel, etc.) But yeah, a world class coach and a review of the youth squad is a priority. And yes, they are related

PS. Someone like O'neil maybe
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Old 28-08-2006, 12:09   #85
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For a couple years now Ajax havent had a real star player that came up through the youth system. I beleive the last such player would be the class of 95 the won the champions league; Kluivert, Seedorf, Davids, and so on.

van der Vaart is probably the best one now. Small English clubs are taking them because they are not ready for the big leagues of Italy first and spain as well.

Huntelaar would be good at milan but not quite this moment. Keep your eye on him this season and see how he does with ajax and holland amd think about it in the summer.

As far as i know, since he joined Ajax in January, he has a averaged a goal a game. I beleive he scored around 19 times in 18 apperances for ajax as well as scoring everytime he started.
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Old 14-09-2006, 20:10   #86
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huntelaar...maybe next year
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Old 14-09-2006, 20:19   #87
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Huntelaar is good,he scored twice in Uefa Cup.
But i dont think he is gonna end up in Milan.
For now Ronaldinho is our next target as a striker.
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Old 14-09-2006, 23:56   #88
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at first i didnt rate this guy but i seen him play for holland a couple of weeks ago and he was on fire scored a couple and set one up with a back heel pass
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Old 19-09-2006, 00:58   #89
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at first i didnt rate this guy but i seen him play for holland a couple of weeks ago and he was on fire scored a couple and set one up with a back heel pass
Well i just finished watching a Football program on TV and they happaned to mension this guy ... apperantly he started this season on a high ... He manged ot net 6 goals in 6 games... And they also said Milan are after him same as .. INTER..

He looks promising... !!
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Old 20-09-2006, 15:51   #90
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Young, good...sign him !


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Old 25-10-2006, 22:48   #91
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Milan and Internazionale face a derby duel to gain the signature of Ajax and Netherlands striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar. Reports in the Italian media suggest that the pair will battle it out for the 23-year-old in a winter transfer battle worth around €12 million (8 million). Huntelaar has scored 20 goals in 22 games during a relatively brief Ajax career, having fired 34 in 46 for Heerenveen. He was leading scorer for the victorious Dutch side at last summer's European Under-21 championships, and was considered unlucky not to go to the World Cup. Both Milan giants have had problems up front this season. Milan have hit the net just ten times in as many games in Serie A and UEFA Champions League this season, with Alberto Gilardino in particular struggling for goals. Despite boasting an attacking lineup including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Hernan Crespo and Adriano, Inter are short after the latter player was sent home to Brazil on leave, and he is widely tipped to leave the club in January.
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has anyone been watching matches with huntelaar?
his statistics look good!
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Old 25-10-2006, 22:59   #92
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LOL thank goodness for that!

This bloke is sensational. I'm a huge fan.


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Old 25-10-2006, 23:18   #93
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Good prospect.. but not exactly the type of player we're looking for at the moment. We should keep an eye on him though..as Pippo will probably be retiring soon.
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Old 25-10-2006, 23:26   #94
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Pippo retiring soon??And where is the problem?Gila is here :P
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Old 25-10-2006, 23:52   #95
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i say buy anyone, Milevsky - huntelaar - Villa.

our strikes don't do much this days - pitty.

so i'd say - buy anyone
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Old 26-10-2006, 00:03   #96
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He won't play in CL if he comes..


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Old 26-10-2006, 00:23   #97
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He won't play in CL if he comes..
why?
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Old 26-10-2006, 00:46   #98
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Pippo retiring soon??And where is the problem?Gila is here :P
And who'll rotate with Gila. Borriello?
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Old 26-10-2006, 00:49   #99
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i hope he aint a 'inside the box striker' like pippo/gila

i hope he moves around the box too, like sheva
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Old 26-10-2006, 06:31   #100
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why?
Once had played with Ajax in the Champions League qualifying match. There is a rule from UEFA that if a player had played with a team in a champions league and move to another team who also played in the same tournament (champions league) then he cannot play in the CL games.
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