The Juventus Thread [2010-2011]

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Recrero152

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If Del Neri gets to keep his job after the season, I'll announce Juventus as the clowns of the year.

Mus;3018385 said:
By the way you guys should visit my blog from time to time, vote on the poll I currently have up - http://joejuve.blogspot.com/

Nice that you have a blog, I always enjoy reading (ONLY)football blogs since some can be very interesting. Too bad I will refuse to visit it since I'm an interista :sKIp_E:
 

Juventino

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I don't know much of Ziegler and Inler, because I rarely watch Serie A games besides Juve. Inler sounds good, though. A lot of people seem to be enthusiastic about him, but this feels like the 50th holding midfielder Juve signs post-Calciopoli. I'm just longing to see a truly elite player wear our shirt, an exciting player with individual brilliance that can win games for us at any level. It seems like so long ago Juve had a player like that.



It may be too much to ask. :(
 

Rocky

Forza Suarez! (ps brotha can you spare a dime?)
@Juventino, Inler is good, he'd be a solid purchase. And Zeigler is better than any of the other options available to us at full back at the moment.
 

Juventino

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Ya, but Juve has been linked with about every star striker and winger in the world. Ribery, Aguero, Higuain, Benzema, Nani, Sanchez, Rossi... It's tiresome and hard to tell whether Juve has actually made inquiries, let alone have a real shot at signing one of these players.

For Bayern's sake they should've sold Ribery when Real Madrid wanted him in 2008 or 2009. Weren't there rumours that Real offered like 70 million euros? Crazy.
 

ShiftyPowers

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Juventino;3045043 said:
Ya, but Juve has been linked with about every star striker and winger in the world. Ribery, Aguero, Higuain, Benzema, Nani, Sanchez, Rossi... It's tiresome and hard to tell whether Juve has actually made inquiries, let alone have a real shot at signing one of these players.

For Bayern's sake they should've sold Ribery when Real Madrid wanted him in 2008 or 2009. Weren't there rumours that Real offered like 70 million euros? Crazy.

Yeah, but you also have to remember that we didn't have Robben, Schweinsteiger was a pathetic unhappy winger, and Muller was in the reserves.
 

mark77

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nah, like he always said. I don't like re-heated soup. :D

Finally we'll get a good RB and forget we ever had Motta.
 
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