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no worries. the run comes to an end soon


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no worries. the run comes to an end soon


Seems you can never underestimate these guys, they are driven...

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this guy was available during the same transfer window and at the same price as Welbeck....Arsenal chose Welbeck!

Can you imagine Mandzukic and Alexis Sanchez pressing opponents all over the pitch?

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this guy was available during the same transfer window and at the same price as Welbeck....Arsenal chose Welbeck!

Can you imagine Mandzukic and Alexis Sanchez pressing opponents all over the pitch?

It is what it is. Post Wenger go sweero.

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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
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this guy was available during the same transfer window and at the same price as Welbeck....Arsenal chose Welbeck!

Can you imagine Mandzukic and Alexis Sanchez pressing opponents all over the pitch?

AAaAagh Wenger get away with so many stuff.Auba and some prefer Walcott
Thank God he is gone,love the man but his emirate days was pure failure.When Leicester win the league I just give up on him.

Back to the topic Mandzukic is one character sha,the way he deal with Argentina was a joy to watch.
Hope he can do it one more time against France.Good player


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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
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this guy was available during the same transfer window and at the same price as Welbeck....Arsenal chose Welbeck!

Can you imagine Mandzukic and Alexis Sanchez pressing opponents all over the pitch?


You have this same story for every player that shines these days. Its getting old, and Wenger has left the building.

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Cally wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
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this guy was available during the same transfer window and at the same price as Welbeck....Arsenal chose Welbeck!

Can you imagine Mandzukic and Alexis Sanchez pressing opponents all over the pitch?


You have this same story for every player that shines these days. Its getting old, and Wenger has left the building.

I mean mehn...

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Cally wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
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this guy was available during the same transfer window and at the same price as Welbeck....Arsenal chose Welbeck!

Can you imagine Mandzukic and Alexis Sanchez pressing opponents all over the pitch?


You have this same story for every player that shines these days. Its getting old, and Wenger has left the building.

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Cally wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
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this guy was available during the same transfer window and at the same price as Welbeck....Arsenal chose Welbeck!

Can you imagine Mandzukic and Alexis Sanchez pressing opponents all over the pitch?


You have this same story for every player that shines these days. Its getting old, and Wenger has left the building.



Cally, shine your eyes and re-read. I didnt mention Wenger in my post. Rather, it is about the one that got away from ARSENAL. He has been, and is still performing at top level, for Juve and Croatia, so the story isn't old.

In that transfer window, three strikers were available for approximately the same price....Welbeck, Mandzukic and Balotelli. I recall AW was on vacation in France, probably with no intent to sign anyone at the deadline, but someone pulled the trigger and signed Welbeck.

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Poetic justice for him to score the winner after Pickford nearly kneecapped him, then hurled abuse at him as he lay on the floor in pain ("get up you ----ing twat!").


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The guy is a very dirty player and I don't have any love for dirty players.

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..he's a lucky murthafkr for that goal because defender went to sleep.


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..he's a lucky murthafkr for that goal because defender went to sleep.



fortune favors the brave. He was also lucky that Etebo deflected his ball for the first goal agains Nigeria, lucky that Ekong wrestled him for a PK, lucky that he was able to provide that cross for the goal vs Russia...

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Mario Mandzukic - What a player!

He left Bayern Munich as soon as Pep Guardiola arrived there and started some rotation policy. At 32, he remains as deadly as ever. He reminds me of another amazing Croat striking legend, Alen Boksic. Only God knows the depth of talent in that tiny country that produced Robert Prosinecki, Zvonimir Boban and Goran Vlaovic. It remains a puzzle that Yugoslavia never won the World Cup, but tiny Croatia are now at the cusp.


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Mario Mandzukic - What a player!

He left Bayern Munich as soon as Pep Guardiola arrived there and started some rotation policy. At 32, he remains as deadly as ever. He reminds me of another amazing Croat striking legend, Alen Boksic. Only God knows the depth of talent in that tiny country that produced Robert Prosinecki, Zvonimir Boban and Goran Vlaovic. It remains a puzzle that Yugoslavia never won the World Cup, but tiny Croatia are now at the cusp.



He's a bit of everything. Ruthlessly opportunistic, skilled, intelligent, and more than willing to dish out and take physical punishment. Every team can use a guy like him.

Yugoslavia never won because, believe it or not, selections were made on ethnic bias. I know some will accuse me of bias, but Serbian players were picked over better Croatian players. Proof is in performance after our break up, as Croatia easily outperforms Serbia, in spite of them having 2x our population.

Intelligently done, Yugoslavia would have won a few WCs. Imagine Croatia now with Dzeko, Kolarovic, and Xaxa, and Shaqiri? Pretty fearsome.

Well, I dearly hope we can pull it off Sunday. It would mean so much to our people and nation. And give us a boost in staying alive in this world. My sons are being fully immersed in our Croatian heritage...and wearing all red, white, and blue and checkers.

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Goldleaf wrote:
Mario Mandzukic - What a player!

He left Bayern Munich as soon as Pep Guardiola arrived there and started some rotation policy. At 32, he remains as deadly as ever. He reminds me of another amazing Croat striking legend, Alen Boksic. Only God knows the depth of talent in that tiny country that produced Robert Prosinecki, Zvonimir Boban and Goran Vlaovic. It remains a puzzle that Yugoslavia never won the World Cup, but tiny Croatia are now at the cusp.

How can you forget Suker?

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Goldleaf wrote:
Mario Mandzukic - What a player!

He left Bayern Munich as soon as Pep Guardiola arrived there and started some rotation policy. At 32, he remains as deadly as ever. He reminds me of another amazing Croat striking legend, Alen Boksic. Only God knows the depth of talent in that tiny country that produced Robert Prosinecki, Zvonimir Boban and Goran Vlaovic. It remains a puzzle that Yugoslavia never won the World Cup, but tiny Croatia are now at the cusp.

He is only similar to Boksic in size. Boksic had pace, was very skillful and elegant. Mario is more of a bruiser and workhorse.

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mate wrote:
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Mario Mandzukic - What a player!

He left Bayern Munich as soon as Pep Guardiola arrived there and started some rotation policy. At 32, he remains as deadly as ever. He reminds me of another amazing Croat striking legend, Alen Boksic. Only God knows the depth of talent in that tiny country that produced Robert Prosinecki, Zvonimir Boban and Goran Vlaovic. It remains a puzzle that Yugoslavia never won the World Cup, but tiny Croatia are now at the cusp.



He's a bit of everything. Ruthlessly opportunistic, skilled, intelligent, and more than willing to dish out and take physical punishment. Every team can use a guy like him.

Yugoslavia never won because, believe it or not, selections were made on ethnic bias. I know some will accuse me of bias, but Serbian players were picked over better Croatian players. Proof is in performance after our break up, as Croatia easily outperforms Serbia, in spite of them having 2x our population.

Intelligently done, Yugoslavia would have won a few WCs.
Imagine Croatia now with Dzeko, Kolarovic, and Xaxa, and Shaqiri? Pretty fearsome.

Well, I dearly hope we can pull it off Sunday. It would mean so much to our people and nation. And give us a boost in staying alive in this world. My sons are being fully immersed in our Croatian heritage...and wearing all red, white, and blue and checkers.

Mate, only peeps from zoogeria will doubt you as a way of trying, though in vain to mask what is currently happening in their zoo, not only in football but in all other aspects in their zoo. Any wonder why their zoo is a basket case? Divide zoogeria and let nations inside it manage their affairs by themselves and then see whole lots of prospects.


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Bouncer, I apologize if I took this topic to a negative tangent. I didn't mean to at all imply Nigeria is experiencing what Yugoslavia did. There are better ways than to slaughter one another than we did...like the Czechs and Slovaks going through a velvet revolution to divorce amicably.

I'm not saying Nigeria needs to divorce. I can't go there. I don't know enough. But I prefer a peaceful and progressive way of the diversity of peoples wherever they may be.

That's all I'm saying. All the best my friend. Now back to football!

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mate wrote:
Bouncer, I apologize if I took this topic to a negative tangent. I didn't mean to at all imply Nigeria is experiencing what Yugoslavia did. There are better ways than to slaughter one another than we did...like the Czechs and Slovaks going through a velvet revolution to divorce amicably.

I'm not saying Nigeria needs to divorce. I can't go there. I don't know enough. But I prefer a peaceful and progressive way of the diversity of peoples wherever they may be.

That's all I'm saying. All the best my friend. Now back to football!

:)

Mate, you do not have to apologize to anyone here, after all you didn't say anything that we all don't know but will be denied by some zoogerians. The zoo need to be divided and Czechs and Slovaks's velvet revolution that led to their divorce amicably is supposed to serve as a lesson to zoogerians, but will they ever learn? I also prefer a peaceful and progressive way of the diversity of peoples wherever they may be, but when some illiterate , religious bigots and their supporters are making peace and progress difficult, it's then certain that something must give. I admire your people for the zeal and courage they had to pull it off and go their separate way from Yugoslavia that were holding down your progress for nothing. Back to football anyway!


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