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ok ive got over this but when saying parramtti is old how old?????
 
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ok thanks and let me just ajust my spelling which is Paramatti.......thats better.

However thinking about buying someone 32 isnt it a little stupid i mean instead of him theres plenty of youngsters who knows when ferara and paramatti leaves juve might end up getting another "old" person therefore blowing another youngsters dream of playing in the first team!!!!!!
 
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Signing Paramatti goes against Juve's transfer policy. 32 is too old in my opinion, we should have gotten Laursen from Verona, but, well, at least moggi spent some cash. By the way, does anyone know haw much he cost?

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3 million punds i think......we also had to give one of our half shared players to bologna
 
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A team full of young players wins nothing. You need some experienced players on your bench that can fill in the role of an injured player. Still young players are good, don't get me wrong. The majority of Juve's purchases this year will involve young players. Still a team that plans to go far in Italy and Europe needs players like Paramatti on the bench
 
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franco you are absolutely right...
also buying paramatti from lazio hands is great feeling for juve fans i think..
 
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is it???? well i dont think ....because it still doesnt mean we win the league does it!!
 

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No, it means Lazio don't get him. And we do. Paramatti may have saved Lazio a few goals conceded all season if they had got him. Now he'll do so for Juve. Which is a good thing. :)
 
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