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General 30-06-2015 02:46

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Smack smack.. Rubs eyes

Oh hey pharaoh...

Welcome back.


Zzzzzzz

Mr Delicious 30-06-2015 02:47

Oh shit, I said 'material'. Are you gonna pull up some random members posts, highlight the word and scream I'm them again?


:lol: the shit you do man, it's honestly pathetic

Rickaka 30-06-2015 02:49

I remember these type of convos

Wb mr x.

General 30-06-2015 02:52

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rickaka (Post 2323191)
I remember these type of convos

Wb mr x.

Exactly :lol:

It's too godamn easy

Just too easy...

fuckin love.. LOVE this guy.


April birthday... I'll owe him another kit

seveners 30-06-2015 02:57

Welcome Andrea :beer:

Blade of Faith 30-06-2015 03:08

Welcome Andrea Bertolacci :beer:
2018 World Cup Champion :star:

ikita 30-06-2015 06:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by Blade of Faith (Post 2323198)
Welcome Andrea Bertolacci :beer:
2018 World Cup Champion :star:

Hey look...

a post that's on topic.

nice!

:thumbsup:

sushanmilano 30-06-2015 07:10

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tfat (Post 2322974)
Just because you are playing his goal against Rami on loop doesnt make him a big player.

Bonaventura 2.0 utility player.

Dude we are not going to be playing bayern munich or chelsea next season . So he is more than adequate for the task at hand. 3rd place in the league

voom 30-06-2015 07:41

Very good signing.And if we paid Roma nice amount of money,it just show what big club we acctualy are.When was the last time that our rivals in the league bought from us players?Im not talking now of course,when we have shit players,but in the past.Does anyone knows when Juve,Inter Roma paid money to buy players from us?

milanist 30-06-2015 08:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by AndreiX (Post 2322635)
I don't know why but I feel he'll get injured

wtf man

milanist 30-06-2015 08:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by voom (Post 2323257)
Very good signing.And if we paid Roma nice amount of money,it just show what big club we acctualy are.When was the last time that our rivals in the league bought from us players?Im not talking now of course,when we have shit players,but in the past.Does anyone knows when Juve,Inter Roma paid money to buy players from us?

Coco to Inter for 22.5m (2002/2003)
Zenoni to Juve for 15.5m (2001/2002)
Borrielo to Roma for 10m (2011/2012)
Davids to Juve for 8m (1997/1998)

PRIYO 30-06-2015 09:40

Coco to Inter was a swap w/ Seedorf no?

milanist 30-06-2015 10:38

Quote:

Originally Posted by PRIYO (Post 2323286)
Coco to Inter was a swap w/ Seedorf no?

Not sure but you may be right.

milanator 30-06-2015 10:50

I?m still surprised that Roma let him go, he is a "romano di roma" thats not the kind of players you sell if you want some integrity in your club.

Rumpelstiltskin 30-06-2015 11:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by milanator (Post 2323298)
I?m still surprised that Roma let him go, he is a "romano di roma" thats not the kind of players you sell if you want some integrity in your club.

Roma have too many quality midfielders. Bertolacci obviously won't be happy to sit on the bench after the way he performed last season.

MilanShion 30-06-2015 11:05

Welcome!!!

Curupira 30-06-2015 18:31

Welcome, hope he steps it up here

Senatore_M84 30-06-2015 22:26

Here is an excellent breakdown of what Bonaventura brings.

Lots to see there, too much to copy paste



I found this part interesting for a creative player:
Quote:

Managing Sampdoria at the time, Mihajlovic afforded Soriano some flexibility, as he switched between No. 8 and No. 10.

During a 2-2 draw against AC Milan, Mihajlovic started Soriano as a central midfielder in a 4-3-3.

However, Sampdoria's formation shifted into a 4-2-1-3.

Alfred Duncan and Pedro Obiang formed the "2," while Soriano was the "1" in the 4-2-1-3.

Duncan and Obiang complemented Soriano, who drifted into a central attacking midfield role.


The advantage of playing Bertolacci in a free role is that he wins back the ball in the attacking half.

He is a more prolific tackler than Giacomo Bonaventura and Keisuke Honda.


Serie A 2014/15
Bertolacci Bonaventura Honda
Tackles Per 90 2.4 1.6 1.5
Tackles Per Foul 1.3 1.1 1.1
Tackle Success % 77.4 71.2 58.3
Interceptions Per 90 1.5 1.7 1.2

In some ways sounds like Seedorf type role during Carlo's days

Ender 30-06-2015 23:57

Quote:

Originally Posted by PRIYO (Post 2323286)
Coco to Inter was a swap w/ Seedorf no?

Yes.

ikita 01-07-2015 00:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tfat (Post 2322974)
Just because you are playing his goal against Rami on loop doesnt make him a big player.

Bonaventura 2.0 utility player.

this is as shallow and incomplete as thoughts go.

i dont think anyone said that that one goal makes him a big player.

i dont think anyone even said that he's a big player.

none of you people seem to take the time to rationalise this transfer which would help you understand why this is a great signing.

but no, because he's not a foreigner (bundesfodder that you like so much) because he doesnt have a myriad of clubs chasing after him, because he's no superstar, he's automatically trash.

this type of logic will get you nowhere and its a shame that people like you judas act educated but cant scramble enough conjecture to hide the flaws in what you deem as logic.

you will eat your words. and i hope you do not choke on them.


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