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Looks like De Ligt is set for Barcelona this summer. We want him but with his buddy already going there and Barcelona being Barcelona it seems much more likely that it happens.

We seem to be really interested in Romero, the 20 year old CB from Genoa. Prandelli raves about him, I haven't seen much so I wouldn't know.

Also manolas has a 35 mil release clause this summer. If Roma don't make CL they have to sell one asset. If you ask me I would give Rugani + cash for both him and Zaniolo. Rugani has been a here few years but he just can't cut it at our level. If he wasn't Italian we would be calling for his head lol. He is still young so Roma will be interested. And manolas is good enough to start over Bonucci so no contest there.

In other news we might sell Costa and use the money for Chiesa. Last summer it would have been a no no but Costa is so poor this season. Spitting, crashing his car, getting injured constantly. It's almost as if he got his big contract and he disappeared.
prior to the signing of Costa i read that some Bayern fans were unhappy with him due to his disciplinary record and antics off the field

if Bayern couldn't tolerate that so does Juve..so best thing are for both party to part ways by the end of the season

i'm still crossing fingers regarding Alex Sandro though. He looks like a shadow of his former self when he 1st got here.. The same can be said with Costa. What the hell is going on with these Brazilian players? smh






+2
lol Sturaro
Lol 2-0 down
well, i'm hoping for Porto. But atleast "on paper" its better to draw Ajax instead of Liverpool, City, Barca to name a few
meanwhile in UEL draw

Napoli vs Arsenal --> tie of the round. Fancy em to meet atleast in the semis tbh
Villarreal vs Valencia
Benfica vs Eintracht
Slavia Praha vs Chelsea
It's a coin toss between those two, but I would put my money on Arsenal. Napoli are just bottlers.
^
Juventus vs Ajax

then Spurs/City
then Final.

All I'm going to say that if they play with the same intensity as this week then we can beat anyone, if not, not even Ajax is a sure thing.
+3
Dr Jekyll/Mr Juve

Let's check these Ajax young guns out.
Found something new on Youtube. This guy makes cinematic highlights for matches

https://www.youtube.com/user/VadymWmilaN/videos
+2
wow he made nice video!!
He has a bit of a CR fetish, but his work is good.
Lol Spigy.....chill bro....have a break, have a kit kat...!
+4
i'm not trying to spark any argument or what not

and my comment might sound bias or so but the hell with it

as this Messi vs Ronaldo argument

all i know is that Ronaldo already proven himself with Portugal, United, Real and now with Juve

Messi for all we know only perform like a demigod in one team and one team only, not like he has anything to prove though. Other than the fact when people compared him with the abilities to play with other team (as Ronaldo already proven he can excelled anywhere he goes)
+10
Tbf spigy Messi also needs conditions to play at his level. This is why he struggles so much for Argentina, the style they play just isn't up to par with Barcelona and he struggles.

Credit to Ronaldo, if you create chances he will tuck them away, for counters and country. He has at least won in 2 different leagues and in international competition. As good as Messi is, he doesn't have that on his CV so when people try to say messi is different class, just remember Ronaldo more than holds his own and he ha done some things no one else can take away from him.
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I was in the Messi camp mostly when they were head to head but over the course of the past 3 seasons or so we've felt his effectiveness when facing Madrid. He scored every sort of goal imaginable against us, Atletico and others. And all mostly in the latter stages of the CL. All in his 30s. That is dedication and focus.

There were concerns over his character, is he a team player or just out for him self? Well the look on the faces of his teammates says it all. Bernardeschi, Dybala, Pjanic, etc, they are all uplifted playing with the guy. He is a bit selfish and childish from time to time but that's part of the package.

The Messi argument for me is simple. They are completely different players. If you value Messi's characteristics then he is the best for you and vice versa.
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People who mention different teams, leagues and cups miss the point. Ronaldo may go down in history as the most decorated footballer of all time, but when we are talking about who is the best that's different. Titles need teams to achieve. I mean he didn't even play the EURO final yet there are still people who insist he is the sole reason Portugal won that match. People in his camp are so blindly fanatic they won't reason.

How do you decide who is the best? Put a ball at their feet and see what they can do. THAT is football. What you can do with the ball.

What is genius about Ronaldo is his sense of positioning. Everything else comes from the fact that he works twice as hard as every other play which made him faster, stronger so naturally the best player on the pitch. Physically he is the best. It's a simple answer, but holds truth.

Also Real's obsession with CL was a perfect match for him because if you look at their domestic performance over the years, it's pretty weak. If you look at titles, do they deserve the title of the best if they were constantly outdone by Barca every year?


Anyway, Messi on the other hand constantly goes past 2-3 people, sets people up for tap ins, scores with the left and the right, lobs perfectly over defenses or keepers. One of, if not the best FK taker over the years.

He produces magic while Ronaldo produces results. For me, I don't care about titles or votes. I call it as I see it and what Messi does is something you won't see for a long time.
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Both produce magic, both produce results, both are different type of players. Some people prefer Messi, some prefer Ronaldo, some people does not prefer to compare them

Don't embarrass yourself by saying that you are correct because others doesn't know anything about football. I think that is what Jujex is trying to tell you
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GD
GA
GF
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D
W
Pl
Pos
75
40
19
59
1
3
24
28
1
60
29
23
52
4
6
18
28
2
53
19
24
43
7
5
16
28
3
51
17
26
43
5
9
14
28
4
47
13
39
52
7
8
13
28
5
45
12
29
41
8
6
13
27
6
45
18
39
57
9
6
13
28
7
44
11
26
37
6
11
11
28
8
42
11
38
49
10
6
12
28
9
37
8
35
43
7
13
8
28
10
33
-14
44
30
13
6
9
28
11
33
-8
42
34
11
9
8
28
12
32
-8
47
39
10
11
7
28
13
30
-15
40
25
12
9
7
28
14
26
-17
42
25
14
8
6
28
15
25
-16
40
24
14
7
6
27
16
25
-18
54
36
15
7
6
28
17
24
-17
42
25
14
9
5
28
18
17
-32
53
21
17
8
3
28
19
11
-33
54
21
16
11
1
28
20
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GA
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W
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12
5
4
9
2
0
4
6
1
10
3
4
7
2
1
3
6
2
8
0
6
6
2
2
2
6
3
4
-8
12
4
4
1
1
6
4

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