Considering that he is doing fine with Arsenal, now is even allowed to compet with Kahn for NT position, I think we have made our due contribution to other less fortunate ones, though we might have suffered... :smileani:pcpc said:hard to imagine a bigger flop than Lehmann, except for Ian Rush!
Lehman is inconsistent and can not really competently deal with crosses in a manor that gives confidence to the team. I would even go so far to say that the goalie is the weakest spot for Arsenal. Also it should be noted that Kahn has slipped up and his performances are not what they once were. I would say that by the performances of both those goalies that the best person for the German #1 is Hildebrand. It should be said that I haven't seen Hildebrand play in a while so feel free to tell me I am wrong.aim said:Considering that he is doing fine with Arsenal, now is even allowed to compet with Kahn for NT position, I think we have made our due contribution to other less fortunate ones, though we might have suffered... :smileani:
When Dida retires we should sign him again It will certainly brain shock Billy&Paolo, that due to this shock might rejuvenite 10 years :hopefull:Psycho said:Huh? If Lehmann is good in one thing (as most German keepers, in contrary to most non-German keepers including the WC ones, e.g. Casillas), it is intercepting crosses.
I tried telling that to the gunners fan's sometime back in all niceness that Lehmann was so overrated and prone to silly mistakes.Zangari_Italia said:Psycho. I've talked to some Arsenal supporters and they agree with you so I will agree with you as well. It just seemed that when ever I watched an Arsenal game Lehman always srews up from a cross or a corner. I guess I haven't watched very many games then.
No. It was between Ba and Figo and Galliani and co went for the younger one. :lala::googly: At the time, Ba was an up and coming phenomena but then, he dissapeared...Quivering said:Didn't the management have an option on Zidane but picked Ba instead?
San Siro said:I don't think it's fair to say it was Redondo as he was hacked down most of the time by injuries and after that, he was never the same player he was before. What a pity!:groan:
One that truly dissapointed was Rivaldo. We were all expecting marvels from him, specially after his brillant World Cup where he was the MVP and best player for Brasil....However, to be fair, his personal problems got in the way and prevented him to have the serenity to focus on his game. Another great pity!