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About gigithebest01

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  1. Re: Serie A - Ratings Prediction 2010/2011 (II) I've seen every one of Juve's matches this year, and I'm sure that Lichtsteiner deserves a rise to 90. He's been without a doubt Juve's most solid defender with some excellent attacking capabilities, the only player to be a definite for every team Conte's picked and in my opinion the most consistent performer in the entire team. Sorry if I'm repeating anything guys, I'd just like your more experienced opinions
  2. Re: Official Player Ratings Discussion Thread
  3. Re: 2010/2011 Winter Transfers and Rating I have reason to believe that Dzeko has already signed a pre-agreement to join Juventus in the summer, therefore he will not move this January. Before anyone questions Juve's admitted inability to pay 40m Euros, close Juve sources have previously stated that the deal will be as shown below: Juve gave Wolfsburg Diego for 15m, saving them 10m from his market price of 25m. In summer they will give Wolfsburg Momo Sissoko, who is worth 15m. Thus, Juve will already have paid Wolfsburg 25m, and will only need to pay Wolfsburg 15m to make up the rest of th
  4. Re: Serie A Ratings 2010/2011 Bonucci to 89??? Marchisio and Aquilani stayed? Hernanes with just a positional change??? Are these guys for real?? :mad::mad:
  5. Re: rooney to 94? Just to clarify: Gerrard had an amazing season in 2008-2009, earning his 97 rating. However (as we all know) Liverpool afterwards had their worst season in recent years, finishing seventh in the league, and being falling out of the Champions League AND flopping in the Europa League. Hence he deserved a -2 drop. Rooney had a standout 2009-2010 season on the other hand, in which he was by far the best player in the Premier League, and he would probably have reached C. Ronaldo's goal tally. He was earmarked for a 97 before flopping heavily in the World Cup. He is now going thr
  6. Re: Serie A Ratings 2010/2011 Guys, I am sorry if I seem arrogant by contradicting people like you who are much more experienced than me, and this is not the first time I have pressed this subject. Aquilani MUST have a rise to 91! Yes, I am a Juve supporter and yes, I may be a bit (or very) biased, but Aquilani does deserve the rise. Especially now that he has been recalled to the national team, and if anyone saw the match against Roma, Aquilani was bossing the midfield with ease, undoubtedly man of the match once again, and did you see his assist for Iaquinta!
  7. Re: Serie A Ratings 2010/2011 I don't suppose there's any chance of Felipe Melo finally getting that -->92 rise he had been practically already given just before his move to Juve now that he has finally gotten his best form back, is there?
  8. Re: Serie A Ratings 2010/2011 I'm pretty sure that Alberto Aquilani deserves his 91 back, after he's been dominating from the CM position. His partnership with Felipe Melo has become perhaps the Serie A's best midfield combination, and Aquilani is playing better than he ever has.
  9. Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Thanks How about Thiago Silva and Marchisio for my Philip Lahm?
  10. Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... I've been offered Thiago Silva for Philip Lahm. Does that move make any sense? I'm with this club long-term. I don't think it's a good deal, since Lahm is only a year older than T. Silva and is rated 3 less, but what do you guys think?
  11. Re: Bundesliga Ratings 2010/2011 (I) After leading Bayern to the Champions League final, being a key player for the World Cup runners-up, and being undoubtedly among the top 5 players of the 2009-2010 season, don't you guys think that Arjen Robben deserves a rise to 95?
  12. Hey guys, I was just wondering if you guys could post on whichever currently low rated players will go up in the next changes...money spinners! Thanks a lot guys
  13. Re: Milos Krasic: The Serbian Phenomenon Not the way Juve and Krasic are playing. And anyway, a 90-->93 in one season is not impossible. Gerard Pique got a 90-->94 in one season which was his debut season as a regular first team player.
  14. Since his long-awaited move to Juventus from CSKA Moscow, Milos Krasic has been a revelation. His power, speed and skill on the right side of Gigi Del Neri's 4-4-2 formation have provided three goals and five assists in as little as seven Serie A matches matches, including a hat-trick against Cagliari and three assists against Lecce. He also scored an additional goal against Salzburg in the Europa League, three minutes after his introduction at half-time. Krasic has become the heart and soul of the 2010-2011 Juventus side. He has been their most important and effective player by a large dista
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