Jump to content

Jack la Faina

Members
  • Posts

    171
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Jack la Faina

  1. Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? Keep the ones in bold for sure. The others can be sold for a good backup or money. D'Agostino is older and will not rise anymore IMO, unless something extraordinary happens (him playing great in the WC, unlikely). Especially for him, it would be better to cash now, but that's only my opinion.
  2. Re: Riferimento: Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? Agreed, maybe also Pepe, Albiol, and Garay from Real Madrid (but that is maybe more long term, 2-3 years) Tasci on the veeeery long term (3-4 years)
  3. Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? Diego Ribas da Cunha: 18 games, 3 goals, 4 assists in Serie A. Juventus is 5th. Obviously Diego is not fulfilling his 94 potential and is not performing to the standards he had shown in the past. He was supposed to be the quality man for Juve but instead he has disappointed many Juve fans since he seems to find no purpose on the pitch, either as an assist man, as a central midfielder, or as a scorer. His stats aren't enough for his rating, he will drop at least by one. If you really want to bring Sneijder into this...12 games, 4 goals, 4 assists, in other words 1 assist and 1 goal every 3 games...compare to Diego who has 1 goal every 6 games and 1 assist evey 4 point something games... Sneijder is the most important midfielder for Italy's No.1 team and performs amazingly in all competitions, having even scored and done great plays to bring Inter to the 1/8 finals of the CL. On the other hand, Diego couldn't help Juve from dropping to the Europa League... Sneijder is playing like a 94 player should be: center of the team, always a starter, crucial in cups and league. Diego is playing like a person who lost their role in the game, and besides a few incidents, he hasn't left any mark on the season thus far, both in Europe and in Italy. Ergo, Diego will drop, Sneijder will stay. And by this I am not saying Diego doesn't have quality; he does, he has shown it. But he isn't finding his job at Juve, and he will take damage because of this. In the summer I would've liked to see Diego at Inter, but now I can only say the real deal has been Sneijder. Sorry, but unless you give some arguments, I believe that I am correct in asserting the fact that Diego will drop.
  4. Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? It's a good deal. He won't rise (or drop) these changes but he is only 20 so he has his life ahead of him to reach higher ratings I got Pato for my Fiorentina for Mutu + 10 million (he was still 90 back then) and then he rose to 92...so it was a worthwhile investment. Do yours too!
  5. Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? Pedro (Barcelona)
  6. Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? Melo will drop, Tymoschuk is safe until the German changes, which are still in a long time. Try to sell Melo, that's what I'm doing.
  7. Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? You could also sell CHYGRYNSKIY because he has been playing awfully and leaving huge gaps in the Barca defence.
  8. Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? Is Escudero RAUL GARCIA from Atletico Madrid worth keeping? He's young but his team is not doing too well, plus he's not playing many games. What chance of a drop?
  9. Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? He won't rise; he will most likely stay. He is a very good player but Sampdoria had a slump and this will most likely affect his chances to rise. 90% stay, 10% rise
  10. Re: Players: Should I buy, sell or keep? He will probably return to Italy in the January transfer period, but he will never regain his former form (in my opinion). He will drop slowly (or suddenly, depending what happens to him. You can sell him now (if you have him) or just avoid buying him.
×
×
  • Create New...