- Nov 13, 2016
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Good lord he’s alive. How do these news come up man
You can say that about any player playing great at a smaller club really.Don't want Berardi.. but better him than Zaniolo based on performance so far.. Zaniolo could still break out but it is a hypothesis..
Regarding Berardi.. many wanted Depay here last summer.. he was the best non PSG player in Ligue 1 for 2-3 seasons.. see how he has faded at Barca.. it is one thing being the big fish in a small pond like PSV/Lyon (for Depay) /Sassuolo.. it is a whole different matter delivering consistently under pressure at United/Barca/Milan.. Acerbi is another example.. Berardi's goal returns is by no means a guarantee..
Hahahaha, stop it. Oh, so "against top 6, we do great, but that doesn't mean anything!" Do you fear Atalanta or Lazio more? Are you saying Atalanta are an easier team than Roma and Lazio? I'd appreciate your answer, please.
Sassuolo we played Bakayoko from the start. Romagnoli got embarrassed by Berardi, while Sassuolo scored a world-class goal (he had two) with a lucky bounce for his second. We had a bad game. Consigli had an amazing game, to be fair. Good thing we have a good reason to want to beat them bad, eh? We outplayed Fiorentina, though, glad you tacitly retracted that one.
I actually didn't argue that, I said that the schedule actually suits us more (Inter have a easier schedule [but weren't you the one who said that Inter won't drop points during this period?]) considering we struggle against teams in low-blocks versus teams that are more open. That's the words of Bergomi. Jeez man.
Juve is a tougher match-up for us than Napoli, even if Napoli is the better team, because Juve play in a low-block, I'm not sure why you don't get what I'm saying.
Also this isn't true. Maybe Sassuolo played well, but we dropped the ball against Fiorentina with some easily avoidable goals. Tata dropped the ball and Gabbia was too threatened emotionally to kick the ball away. Saponara scored his usual stunner against us and then Vlahovic on the counter detroyed Gabbia. We had a clear as day penalty denied after Leao was clipped. Then Theo decided to stop playing, lost the ball just outside the box and they scored the 4th. They literally had 5 shots on target.
I turned around and looked in the other direction during the shoot out vs Rio Ave I know exactly what you mean.I think I get like this when I don't have any control. The players are in control so it's different.
I've heard many players say that it's much easier for them to be in the game than to watch it (if they're suspended, injured or whatever).
Tata's penalty save in the derby could be the difference in us winning the title. He made a mistake against Fiorentina but other than that he was solid when called upon.Even without considering how the players approach these fixtures, the matches will be completely different
The defense is what cost Milan in these fixtures before mostly because of Capitano, no Tomori, Tata, Gabbia. The defense in place now has carried the side for months
So just based on that it will be a much better showing
I questioned this fact about him yesterday and two posters told me that two ACLs(one in each knee) most likely with modern medicine means there is very, very little chance it happens again.
I was being half serious.
Zaniolo seems a prick to me, but if we are going to sign a strong italian I don't see any other alternative to Berardi than him. I would welcome Berardi. He would certainly strengthen us while we continue to grow and next year we can just sign a stronger RW again and have Berardi as an alternative.
"Overall, the total second ACL reinjury rate was 15%, with an ipsilateral reinjury rate of 7% and contralateral injury rate of 8%. The secondary ACL injury rate (ipsilateral + contralateral) for patients younger than 25 years was 21%. The secondary ACL injury rate for athletes who return to a sport was also 20%. Combining these risk factors, athletes younger than 25 years who return to sport have a secondary ACL injury rate of 23%."
So after that period the risk would be somewhere about 2-3% and that's an average, with better surgeon, the chance is even smaller (in another paper I read that a big risk factor in ACL graft rapture is "nonideal tunel position")"The most common cause of graft failure was during sporting activity 12 months or less from initial surgery (77%)."
"Young Athletes Who Return to Sport Before 9 Months After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Have a Rate of New Injury 7 Times That of Those Who Delay Return"
I'm almost the same age, 32, so most titles I saw Milan win was as a child or teenager and sadly back then (when I started supporting Milan at about 9-10 years old) there wasn't much coverage. No streaming services back then, so I usually only saw CL games that were shown on local TV stations.Been there, done that too I must confess.
The last time Milan battled for serious titles I was in my early 20s. Now, at 33, edging 34, my heart can't take certain situations anymore. I don't remember exactly which games but there have been two or three games this season I had to turn off early because I felt the anxiety was about to kill me.
I agree completely, that there is a lot of room for interpretation in certain cases, and too many times this season we got the short end of the stick.Yeah I too think there's enough room for interpretation whether to give a pen or not. What bothers me tho is that whenever in doubt, referees whistle against us.
Lazio handball? Twice!!? Mhh mm... Nah it's okay. Let's give a yellow and not pen.
Udogies handball? Mhhh... The pictures aren't that clear... Nah it's okay.
Giroud is on the ground, tough one... Well, let's not award that goal nevertheless.
Kalulu for a shier fracture of a second in offside, but... Bah, nvm, disallow the goal!
It's just been a pattern of this season that referees really don't like to take a decision in our favor when in doubt.
He's been looking like a walking heart attack for 20 years now, but I don't know if it's necessarily related to that. But it likely is.Damn, we joke about it, but hearing/reading it doesn’t feel good at all.
Since the announcement of his coma/illness, we haven’t heard from him or seen him. I was sure that he was in a battle for his life.
I hope he recovers if he’s still alive but Just like they first denied his hospitalization/coma…they’re denying the death too. So …
Absolutely, he's a good CF, and Ajax made a great deal getting him. But buying him now when he's hyped after scoring all those UCL goals, would be the opposite of a good bargainI don't get the price thrown around for Haller, I've seen 45m. He hasn't really scored that much and flopped in the PL.
I don't understand all the love and compassion for Mino just because he's dying or dead.
So many good, innocent and only slightly bad or flawed people dead and dying every day in war-torn or deprived areas and here we are hoping and praying for the fat fuck who only loved money to pull through or rest in peace. I respect and love a lot of you guys but fuck that shit man.