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Old 27-10-2009, 06:08   #1
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he is pretty much in the milan side so we might as well give him a thread.

Surname: Verdi
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Date of Birth: 12/07/1992
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ok now ive been watching some footage of this guy and he looks like a menacing player to come up against.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3Lwrsb_Zjs

watch the player he owns on 1.24 absolutely priceless.

his link up play with zigoni is awesome and him and strasser seem to work well with each other. anyways simone verdi is fast, skillfull and defs a player to watch this year. FORZA VERDI
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Old 29-10-2009, 15:02   #2
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is it this guy i have been hearing so much about lately? how is he?
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Old 09-01-2010, 18:17   #3
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iC2MC4UQfMw

Great with both feet, great technique, he is not selfish at all, great passer... great kid!!
He is No 7 in all videos except in that against Merda when he scored great goal from free kick.

7 goals and 8 assists in just 7 appearance
Before come to the Primavera he had 16 goals in youngest competition
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Old 14-01-2010, 09:29   #4
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Any videos from him playing yesterday in the Coppa ?Also can a mod make this thread "official",thanks.


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Old 14-01-2010, 10:49   #5
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He is a promising player and need to loan to a team that can improve his talent & skills; I hope D&G find a real team to let him get experience.
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Old 14-01-2010, 11:04   #6
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He is a promising player and need to loan to a team that can improve his talent & skills; I hope D&G find a real team to let him get experience.
yes, well he's improvement is pretty much fast as last season he was still at allievi nazionali, he is one of those who skipped our Beretti side and went straight to primavera, and now in primavera he already looked damn good. So i do hope he can fulfill his potential, he's only 17 and I don't want to judge at his first appearance last night as Leo said that he is actually not that fit to play
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Old 14-01-2010, 11:35   #7
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yes, well he's improvement is pretty much fast as last season he was still at allievi nazionali, he is one of those who skipped our Beretti side and went straight to primavera, and now in primavera he already looked damn good. So i do hope he can fulfill his potential, he's only 17 and I don't want to judge at his first appearance last night as Leo said that he is actually not that fit to play
True, he is not fit but he is in need to gain more experience, so if he continue for couple years with Primavera and then loan to a club who graduate stars like Ajax, AZ, FC Twente, Marseille, Toulouse, Auxer, or Saint-Etienne.
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Old 14-01-2010, 14:26   #8
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I hate loaning players out... We should develop them ourselves! When was the last time something good turned out by us loaning a player to a smaller side? Ambro played a season with vicenza if my memory serves me right, but that's about it. We loaned gourcuff and look what happened to him.


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Old 14-01-2010, 14:51   #9
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We loaned gourcuff and look what happened to him.
He became one of the best players in his position.
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Old 14-01-2010, 14:54   #10
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I hate loaning players out... We should develop them ourselves! When was the last time something good turned out by us loaning a player to a smaller side? Ambro played a season with vicenza if my memory serves me right, but that's about it. We loaned gourcuff and look what happened to him.
I mentioned clubs that it specialist to graduate player, if you read my previous post I clearly said a Good Club!
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Old 14-01-2010, 15:41   #11
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He became one of the best players in his position.
And did he come back? I was talking about good things happening to our club, not to french clubs


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Old 14-01-2010, 15:47   #12
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Old 14-01-2010, 17:22   #13
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True, he is not fit but he is in need to gain more experience, so if he continue for couple years with Primavera and then loan to a club who graduate stars like Ajax, AZ, FC Twente, Marseille, Toulouse, Auxer, or Saint-Etienne.
It's pretty difficult loaning players to clubs abroad, not to mention loaning a guy like verdi to those clubs (that you mentioned above) who simply like to breed their home ground players too.. but yes he needs playing time in a higher level to improve
I mean there is always a worried when someone is already to good for primavera, should he stay or try to get more playing time on a higher level. If he stays, he will surely plays but will he improve more? maybe not.. if he goes on loan, will he play or not will be the problem, if he plays enough he will surely improve..
I just hope we can manage our talent well and wise this time, doesn't want what happened to Gourcuff struck again
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Old 14-01-2010, 18:14   #14
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It's pretty difficult loaning players to clubs abroad, not to mention loaning a guy like verdi to those clubs (that you mentioned above) who simply like to breed their home ground players too.. but yes he needs playing time in a higher level to improve
I mean there is always a worried when someone is already to good for primavera, should he stay or try to get more playing time on a higher level. If he stays, he will surely plays but will he improve more? maybe not.. if he goes on loan, will he play or not will be the problem, if he plays enough he will surely improve..
I just hope we can manage our talent well and wise this time, doesn't want what happened to Gourcuff struck again
Disagree with you, when a player face a challenge he will do the best to win and prove himself and gain the trust & respect of coach and the team.

French & Holland system have no mercy in training and seriousness more than any other system.
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Old 14-01-2010, 18:48   #15
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i would keep him until he is about 19/20 and give him a sub appearances if he's really good, then loan him out to a team in Serie B which are looking to get promoted, ie reggina or lecce.

but if he looks really promising. then in no way can we co-own him or with a clause to buy. look what happened to palschi and gourcuff, with no clause to buy or no co-own, if we didn't do that. then we would have gourcuff now and paloschi with no possibility of staying at parma.
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Old 14-01-2010, 20:52   #16
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Something about this guy reminds me of SHEVCHENKO
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Old 15-01-2010, 04:04   #17
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Disagree with you, when a player face a challenge he will do the best to win and prove himself and gain the trust & respect of coach and the team.

French & Holland system have no mercy in training and seriousness more than any other system.
which is in my point suggest the things opposite from your statement???
I simply said that if a young player gets on loan and doesn't play his improvement will be not as much as those who get playing time!!!
I know the youth development in Holland, and as far as I know they barely loan young players outside their own youth system, that's what I'm trying to say. Ajax have a high standard in scouting youth to even get the chance to play with them, but it's from their own scouting because they want to own them and the players to play for them. Surely in the future they can sold them too.. they barely loan youth players from others club, Verdi would probably get loan out in Italy..
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Old 15-01-2010, 04:23   #18
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I've never been a fan of shipping off a young kid. You need to nurture his talent. Keep him in the Primavera then give him a taste of Serie A so he is aware of the intensity compared to youth competitions. Then drop him back to the Primavera and let his body and skills develop whilst throughout the year/s slowing integrating him into the first team. Then perhaps a loan to another side domestically would be ideal for experience.


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Old 15-01-2010, 04:40   #19
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I've never been a fan of shipping off a young kid. You need to nurture his talent. Keep him in the Primavera then give him a taste of Serie A so he is aware of the intensity compared to youth competitions. Then drop him back to the Primavera and let his body and skills develop whilst throughout the year/s slowing integrating him into the first team. Then perhaps a loan to another side domestically would be ideal for experience.
That's what I like best too, I mean if the kid can handle pressure and play well in 1-2 games in serie A or maybe copa, he may not be need to be loan out to other team domestically. We can just keep him and give me playing time bit by bit, just being careful on helping his improvement and growth
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Old 15-01-2010, 12:56   #20
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Greater knowledge of the youth of Milan, Donato Orgnoni Prosecutor Simone Young Verdi, who made his debut in the Cup against Italy Novara, was contacted by MilanNews.it to comment on the onset of the attacker's Spring:

Simon Verdi made his debut in the Italian Cup with the first team, a positive comment on the moment they are experiencing.

"I can not but be pleased with the growth that Simon has had during the year. Is fortunate to train every day with Mr. Stroppa, who immediately believed in him, and companions of Spring really good. If we add to this that often trains with the first team, I think there is every reason to do well and continue to improve. "

How does the few minutes that he played?

"The beginning is always particular. I liked the serenity and tranquility which has taken the field.

You think that in September, the Greens could be already stably integrated into the first team?
"Do not rush into. Both Mr. Stroppa that Mr. Leonardo are managing in the best possible way. Simon must think only to give his best with his comrades of Spring ".

What do you think of the youth project of Milan?

"The Company is working very well. The new organizational approach on the field of youth is starting to show results and are convinced that we will see other kids look out the first team. "

The management of Leonardo's youth?

"When you see two young men like DeVito and Verdi and other boys to begin Spring training often with the first team, I think we should not add anything to the excellent work of Leonardo."
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