Official: Jens Petter Hauge Thread

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This guy what you call has the potential of real deal, i cant believe we have him for 4 million, that is kaka like money with kaka like potential.

I believe kaka even cost us 8 double his guy value.
 

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This guy what you call has the potential of real deal, i cant believe we have him for 4 million, that is kaka like money with kaka like potential.

I believe kaka even cost us 8 double his guy value.

to be underlined, 4m right now is much less than in kaka's time. :star:
 

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This guy what you call has the potential of real deal, i cant believe we have him for 4 million, that is kaka like money with kaka like potential.

I believe kaka even cost us 8 double his guy value.

Please calm it with the comparisons. While I agree Hauge is an exciting prospect Kak? was a phenomenon. I remember how Kak? too scored a wonderful solo goal in stoppage time against Celtic back in the 06/07 champions league. We all know what came after that and until Hauge has shown this kind of brilliance against better opposition I think it would be unfair to both he and Kak? to be mentioned in the same sentence even.
 

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Please calm it with the comparisons. While I agree Hauge is an exciting prospect Kak? was a phenomenon. I remember how Kak? too scored a wonderful solo goal in stoppage time against Celtic back in the 06/07 champions league. We all know what came after that and until Hauge has shown this kind of brilliance against better opposition I think it would be unfair to both he and Kak? to be mentioned in the same sentence even.

You missed the comparison, i said kaka's potential in a away he come from unknown league with very low price and he can become world class for us.

Im not comparing him to kaka, they have different character, different positions and different play style. And different speed and body type, just the vibes i mentioned above.
 

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He's like El Shaarawy, if El Shaarawy wasn't mentally and physically weak.
 

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Please calm it with the comparisons. While I agree Hauge is an exciting prospect Kak? was a phenomenon. I remember how Kak? too scored a wonderful solo goal in stoppage time against Celtic back in the 06/07 champions league. We all know what came after that and until Hauge has shown this kind of brilliance against better opposition I think it would be unfair to both he and Kak? to be mentioned in the same sentence even.
He scored against Napoli? Would that be considered better opposition?

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He looks like a super talent. Hopefully he will grow in confidence an become a key player for us.
 

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He doesn't seem to have the raw speed Kak? did.
Nor is his dribbling as elegant. He reminds me a bit of Ryan Giggs movement

But he's a tough determined cunt :thumbsup:
For now let's STFU and let him grow.
We've seen less talented players rise to the very top
We've seen more talented players fall away into obscurity
 

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He doesn't seem to have the raw speed Kak? did.
Nor is his dribbling as elegant. He reminds me a bit of Ryan Giggs movement

But he's a tough determined cunt :thumbsup:
For now let's STFU and let him grow.
We've seen less talented players rise to the very top
We've seen more talented players fall away into obscurity

Wise post bro.
 

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He's like El Shaarawy, if El Shaarawy wasn't mentally and physically weak.

He's nothing like El Shaarawy

El Shaarawy had few very sharp tools but he's quite easy to defend against him once you have figured him out.

Hauge looks like someone with a more balanced set of skills, like a more talented version of Bonaventura.
 

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He's nothing like El Shaarawy

El Shaarawy had few very sharp tools but he's quite easy to defend against him once you have figured him out.

Hauge looks like someone with a more balanced set of skills, like a more talented version of Bonaventura.

EL Shaaraway was like a raw version of Suso. He cut inside and shot with right foot. That was his game. Very predictable
 

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EL Shaaraway was like a raw version of Suso. He cut inside and shot with right foot. That was his game. Very predictable

El Shaarawy at least was fast, his problem was that his left foot was very weak and even with his right foot he abuses of the outside part of the foot to control or move the ball, which made him even more predictable.
 

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Kaka in his first season in Europe was Serie A player of the year.. in his first fucking season oscar del calcio

Players grow and mature differently.
Also Kaka joined a CL winning team.
Hague is joining a Milan going through a complete overhaul
 

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His touch is world class. He settled several long passes against Celtic effortlessly. He can create, score, take defenders on, and he contributes defensively. Couldn’t ask for more. Also, has a great attitude and fit right into the squad :)

The only two Norwegians I know are Hitchens and Hawg, both are pretty awesome so I definitely need to make more friends from Norway.
 

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The shot was really good and his first touch is pretty good. Hope he keeps it up and keeps on improving. Win us the match vs Sampdoria Haugeee :star:
 

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He doesn't seem to have the raw speed Kak? did.
Nor is his dribbling as elegant. He reminds me a bit of Ryan Giggs movement

But he's a tough determined cunt :thumbsup:
For now let's STFU and let him grow.
We've seen less talented players rise to the very top
We've seen more talented players fall away into obscurity

:thumbsup: Exactly. Let's watch him grow.
 

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EL Shaaraway was like a raw version of Suso. He cut inside and shot with right foot. That was his game. Very predictable

El Sha and Suso are the total opposites, in terms of off ball movement and workrate.

He's nothing like El Shaarawy

El Shaarawy had few very sharp tools but he's quite easy to defend against him once you have figured him out.

Hauge looks like someone with a more balanced set of skills, like a more talented version of Bonaventura.

Their off-ball games are extremely similar. Same type of movement and runs, same high workrate.

But Hauge is not frail. He also seems capable of orchestrating the attack, which couldn't be said of El Sha. None of them have exceptional dribbling skills, but Hauge seems much better even in that aspect.

Bona? They have very little in common.
Bona's the guy for slow possession-based teams. Jack's close control is better in all honesty.
Hauge is more counter-oriented, more athletic, better suited for fast-paced games.
 

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El Sha and Suso are the total opposites, in terms of off ball movement and workrate.



Their off-ball games are extremely similar. Same type of movement and runs, same high workrate.

But Hauge is not frail. He also seems capable of orchestrating the attack, which couldn't be said of El Sha. None of them have exceptional dribbling skills, but Hauge seems much better even in that aspect.

Bona? They have very little in common.
Bona's the guy for slow possession-based teams. Jack's close control is better in all honesty.
Hauge is more counter-oriented, more athletic, better suited for fast-paced games.
Their off the ball is nothing similar. Suso always stays out of the box. El Sha moves behind defender all the time. Similar workrate are you kidding me? El Sha moves up and down whole game. He was just too limited with ball at his feet. For fast counter attack games, he is good player. With a player like hakan and ibra who could make quick passes, he would have been very good. Injuries also fucked him up.
 

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Their off the ball is nothing similar. Suso always stays out of the box. El Sha moves behind defender all the time. Similar workrate are you kidding me? El Sha moves up and down whole game. He was just too limited with ball at his feet. For fast counter attack games, he is good player. With a player like hakan and ibra who could make quick passes, he would have been very good. Injuries also fucked him up.

umm....try reading it again.
It said "total opposites", not "similar".
 

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umm....try reading it again.
It said "total opposites", not "similar".

oops, my bad. misread it with bottom reply where you were comparing him with hauge. even then, hauge workrate hasn't been same as el sha not sure about the movement. hauge is more of a dribbling type. el sha in his first season and hauge both have been clinical at finishing. hauge seems better and dynamic at it though. elsha usually curled the ball to the far post.
 

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El Sha and Suso are the total opposites, in terms of off ball movement and workrate.

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Hauge is more counter-oriented, more athletic, better suited for fast-paced games.

I think Hauge's counter-oriented approach is a temporary adaptation (probably suggested by Pioli himself) to his lack of knowledge of his new team and italian football in general. With the chemistry he had with his former team he was more versatile.

If we take parameters like:

well-rounded vs specialized
relying on skills vs relying on accurate and fast decision making

i would say that Suso, Taarabt, El Shaarawy, Balotelli etc. they are very different players, but they all fall in a category which is the opposite of Hauge.
 

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I think Hauge's counter-oriented approach is a temporary adaptation (probably suggested by Pioli himself) to his lack of knowledge of his new team and italian football in general. With the chemistry he had with his former team he was more versatile.

Hauge could be very versatile, but I'm not sure he'll be able to handle an advanced midfield role, in a possession-based side, like Bona.

If we take parameters like:

well-rounded vs specialized
relying on skills vs relying on accurate and fast decision making

i would say that Suso, Taarabt, El Shaarawy, Balotelli etc. they are very different players, but they all fall in a category which is the opposite of Hauge.

I was looking at off-ball movement and workrate. Hauge and El Sha are similar in that aspect.
It's a great quality to have.
 

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