It's a pity that he will then move to Real Madrid, as announced by ButragenoSan Siro said:Let me put it this way:
One is already a starter in the Brasilian NT, the World Champions and the other is not even starting for the Italian U-21...does that answer your question?
To add more fuel to the fire, one is already a mature player and person, while the other is a spoilt brat. One will end up as the most complete/best player in the world in 2-3 years and the other, will always remain one of the many many many, very talented prospects that never fullfilled their full talent.
FORZA SMOKING BIANCO!!!!roud::star:
:howler: :howler: :howler: Yeah, its a pitty!Diavolo said:It's a pity that he will then move to Real Madrid, as announced by Butrageno
Hmmmm, interesting. Many people choosing Kaka over Cassano in the Milan forum...:rollani:
So, how does this make you different from the people you allude to not being able to judge rationally?i'd pick Cassano based on innate ability and talent. In the real world, i'd pick Kaka any day of the week.
Thing is, maybe Cassano has a little superiority in terms of talent.Nero said:Hmmmm, interesting. Many people choosing Kaka over Cassano in the Milan forum...:rollani:
Kaka is the better goalscorer and while he is a good dribbler, Cassano could dribble a ball through New York traffic...and the latter is the better passer as well.
Tough call really, depends on what sort of player you need in your team. In a vacuum of character flaws and appearances (there's no contest on that surely), i'd pick Cassano based on innate ability and talent. In the real world, i'd pick Kaka any day of the week. Then again, i have a low threshold for petulance...
Cassano's not starting for the U-21 because he had a row with the coach like 2 years ago which the coach still can't get over, he's right now definitely the best U-21 player Italy has.One is already a starter in the Brasilian NT, the World Champions and the other is not even starting for the Italian U-21
:howler:this year he had only 2 minor incidents with Capello
Last Tuesday I was surprised to see Cassano coming out of the dressing room with a jersey on, after he celebrated the tap-in goal in a fashion more appropriate for the Emperor of Rome.his attitude on the pitch has been perfect, never behaving like primadonna
I can only speak for myself, personally I think they are 2 Super players, given the choice I prefer Kaka, this dosn't mean that Cassano isn't a top player. On the other hand I read your post and you think that Kaka is a average player.Demandred said:Well, what a surprise to see that all of the Milan fans picked their own player. It's always the case no matter what's the question.