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Seeing how Del Piero can harm more than help Juve, how about you guys went out and did some world class business? With whom? Who else than the beloved :jester: Uno di Noi :jester:

What do you folks say of a straight swap? Del Piero for Bobo.
If you managed to lure them with Carini for Cannavaro, I'm sure the famous Triade can do it for Pinturicchio for Bobone!:stuckup:

So ladies? Are we up for that? :lick:

Cheers.;)
 

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In case DP is relegated to the bench when Trez returns, and I think all agree that he will be, with even Zalayeta being preferred or considered alongside Del Piero, can we agree that he's a "pretty decent" option for 3rd-4th?
Can we agree that we have SEVERAL issues that have nothing to do with DP?
Can we agree that football is a team sport?
Can we agree that we're still number one, four points clear of your precious Milan, in the standings despite being without our top scorer and often playing poorly... and finally can we agree that your post is yet another supposedly cheerful, yet predictably and repetitively innate attempt at your, equally repetitive, specious brand of "friendly rivalry" not to say "humorous witt"?
 

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Payman's stupidity never ceases to amaze me !

DP is playing like shit at the moment (and for a while too) but he's a Juve icon. Try to get that through your thick skull mr. :jester: San Zeroooo :jester:

Cheeeeeeeeers. ;)
 

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Move along dimwit,the Inter forum is up a notch of this forum.I'm sure they have some more bald jokes for you.How predictable,that your feeble little brain would single out Del Piero wen pretty much the whole team sucked,and that he played only 45 minutes of the game.
 

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I can see that I have hit one or two sensitive cords in here...:lala::tongue:
But look at it this way:
Juve has always wanted, since realizing their mistake to offload him, to bring Vieri back to Turin. With him under Capello and a more sereine atmosphere than at that circus called Appiano Gentile, Bobone will be a beast again. Couple that with the famous magical potions of Dr. Agricola ;) and Bobo will be healthy all year long!Scary thought if you ask me...:lala::eekani:

Glen,
Sure you guys are without your top scorer, but we've also got our fair share of crucial players absent due to injuries. Need I name them? For starters, a certain Jaap Stam. Then, Super Pippo and finally JDT. Ale would be a good option coming off the bench. However, his sur-dimensioned ego coupled with the intense pressures from the Agnelli family and the sponsors would not allow that, or would they? Hence, using Pinturicchio as a panchinario may not be the best option for them. Better capitalize on it while they still can and the only club gullibile enough to do it are Inter. Perez may also be attracted by Del Piero's marketing power but I wouldn't count on that...:eek:

Answering your questions:

Can we agree that we have SEVERAL issues that have nothing to do with DP? Sure we agree.
Can we agree that football is a team sport? Absolutely. It's a collective sport in which the stars are the ones supposed to make things happen for the team in the big games/occasions and or when the team needs it.
Can we agree that we're still number one, four points clear of your precious Milan, in the standings despite being without our top scorer and often playing poorly...

We're in agreement that Juve are still leading the tables by 4 points and that's a tragedy as the tables don't reflect the reality at all. It was demonstrated without any shadows of a doubt which is the best team and by a far margin on saturday...

"and finally can we agree that your post is yet another supposedly cheerful, yet predictably and repetitively innate attempt at your, equally repetitive, specious brand of "friendly rivalry" not to say "humorous witt"?"

Could be the case. Or maybe the fact that you guys are still holding onto a pipe dream, which is more and more looking like a utopy than a pipe dream: Del Piero making an impact on the big games. That's why, the soonest you get rid of him, the better it would be for Juve. Del Piero's over and so is his time at Juve.

Hey, don't get me wrong: I am not complaining that you guys are fielding him. If I had a wish, it'd be that Juve always starts him in the big games, specially against Milan. :jester: That's why I was litterally begging you guys to have him start before the Juve-Milan game. And as predicted he didn't dissapoint me/us Milanisti!:stuckup: FORZA ALE!!!!:star:

After a 2nd thought, I'd rather have Del Piero staying at Juve than being swapped at Inter for Bobo. Now that would be a scary thing...:lala::groan:

So, Ale at Juve for Life!!!:stuckup::happy: :jester::stuckup:

Cheers.;)
 

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San Siro said:

Indeed.

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Glen,
Sure you guys are without your top scorer, but we've also got our fair share of crucial players absent due to injuries. Need I name them? For starters, a certain Jaap Stam. Then, Super Pippo and finally JDT.

Stam counts. The others do not, as you do not suffer their absence.

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I understand.

San Siro said:
Answering your questions:

We're in agreement that Juve are still leading the tables by 4 points and that's a tragedy as the tables don't reflect the reality at all. It was demonstrated without any shadows of a doubt which is the best team and by a far margin on saturday...

Bizarro. Milan has huffed and puffed and played below par for long stretches of this season. Selective blindness was always a strong forte of yours, but your season so far is not only charachterized by your last two games. All games have meaning, and so far we've been better than you. Something very few people can possibly disagree on. That you finished 2004 in stronger form is beyond dispute as well.

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"and finally can we agree that your post is yet another supposedly cheerful, yet predictably and repetitively innate attempt at your, equally repetitive, specious brand of "friendly rivalry" not to say "humorous witt"?"

Could be the case. Or maybe the fact that you guys are still holding onto a pipe dream, which is more and more looking like a utopy than a pipe dream: Del Piero making an impact on the big games. That's why, the soonest you get rid of him, the better it would be for Juve. Del Piero's over and so is his time at Juve.

It is the case, and you're being an annoying zap. Del Piero's time is not over at Juve, since he has a contract until 2008, he has big salaries and there's virtually no market for him today. Fortunately once in a while he ascends above mediocrity which may be the reason he has scored more serieA goals this season than Crespo, JDT and Pippo combined.... :ass:

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i think if del piero was to move on, he would go abroad. if he is going to be 3rd or 4th choice at the club, then im thinking he should lower his wage again. Anyhow, im not going to judge him right now as i believe he'll improve in time.
 

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u r talking to the 2nd top scorer of the HISTORY of juve as if he was tomasson or something payman :D
 

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It’s perplexing that you care that much about Del Piero.

It’s even more perplexing that you even start this thread; while taken from your own words:
1).I am not complaining that you guys are fielding him.
2).If I had a wish, it'd be that Juve always starts him in the big games, specially against Milan.
3).I was literally begging you guys to have him start before the Juve-Milan game.
4).I'd rather have Del Piero staying at Juve than being swapped at Inter for Bobo.




So, really, what is your problem then?
 

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Glen said:
Stam counts. The others do not, as you do not suffer their absence.
So they don't count because we haven't suffered their absence in the last 2-3 serie a games. We sure could have needed them a couple of month ago when Crespo was in horrible shape. And it's always nice just to have just one striker you can sub in during a game.

So I could just say that the absence of Trez doesn't count for you as it wouldn't affect you at all. He might be a fraction better than Zlatan at taking down those long balls from your defence, but it's insignificant. Actually Zlatan can at least do something on his own. What would a box player like Trez help when you only get like 2 crosses a whole game. And on set pieces you're scoring plenty from other players anyway (it might not all be true)
 

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So they don't count because we haven't suffered their absence in the last 2-3 serie a games. We sure could have needed them a couple of month ago when Crespo was in horrible shape. And it's always nice just to have just one striker you can sub in during a game.
Jon Dahl played throughout the early stages of the season, and still hasn't scored a goal. Pippo hasn't scored with regularity for two years.

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So I could just say that the absence of Trez doesn't count for you as it wouldn't affect you at all. He might be a fraction better than Zlatan at taking down those long balls from your defence, but it's insignificant. Actually Zlatan can at least do something on his own. What would a box player like Trez help when you only get like 2 crosses a whole game. And on set pieces you're scoring plenty from other players anyway (it might not all be true)
You could say that, but it would be utterly meaningless given that Trezeguet had scored 7 goals in 7 games (4 serieA goals in 5 games and 3 in the 2 CL playoffs) at the time of his operation, and he is the player with the highest goal to game average of any active player in serieA.... Get freaking real!
Trezeguet's inclusion will mean that Zlatan can focus on the things he does best and leave the pure area striker role to the specialist- Trezeguet. Just like Zlatan plays deeper than Larsson with Sweden. That will also change the way opponents have to guard us in the proces.
 

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Jon Dahl played throughout the early stages of the season, and still hasn't scored a goal. Pippo hasn't scored with regularity for two years.



You could say that, but it would be utterly meaningless given that Trezeguet had scored 7 goals in 7 games (4 serieA goals in 5 games and 3 in the 2 CL playoffs) at the time of his operation, and he is the player with the highest goal to game average of any active player in serieA.... Get freaking real!
Trezeguet's inclusion will mean that Zlatan can focus on the things he does best and leave the pure area striker role to the specialist- Trezeguet. Just like Zlatan plays deeper than Larsson with Sweden. That will also change the way opponents have to guard us in the proces.
That's why I wrote it was not all true, just as it is not true that the injuries of Inzaghi and Tomasson have not influenced us. Tomasson has had niggling injuries which have not been allowed to heal as he was rushed into playing because of Inzaghi being injured and Crespo being off-form. And even an Inzaghi not scoring regularly for 2 years(he did score quite a few goal in 2003 and scored an important goal against Celtic before getting injured again) would have been an huge upgrade on Crespo.
But whatever this is about DP.
 

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Originally Posted by Glen:
Saving the more significant parts of your post:

Originally Posted by San Siro
:lala:
Classic reply! :thmbup: :thmbup: :dielaugh:
 

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Aren't you getting tired from a new Del Piero suck/not suck every week?
Well, I do. It's so childish. so boring.

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