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PostPosted: Thu Dec 17, 2020 10:40 pm 
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danfo driver wrote:
mcal wrote:
...his position calls for his style of play, tough, no-nonsense, and may be dumb, but coaches still like him, select him, and they pay him good.


I dont think you understand football very well. That position actually calls for a very smart player. No top club at a high level can start him. No chance! He can only start in a sh1t low level club like Udinese and Pompey. And when he was at Milan, they were at their worst level in history and he was on the bench.

There is a reason the likes of Mahamadou Diarra, Keita and Oliseh played for Madrid, Barca, Juve, Dortmund. They are tough, no nonsense, but very very very smart footballers.


Oliseh's club career for those last two teams you mentioned was very average and not exactly noteworthy. Muntari easily had a better Serie A career than he did.


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danfo driver wrote:
mcal wrote:
...his position calls for his style of play, tough, no-nonsense, and may be dumb, but coaches still like him, select him, and they pay him good.


I dont think you understand football very well. That position actually calls for a very smart player. No top club at a high level can start him. No chance! He can only start in a sh1t low level club like Udinese and Pompey. And when he was at Milan, they were at their worst level in history and he was on the bench.

There is a reason the likes of Mahamadou Diarra, Keita and Oliseh played for Madrid, Barca, Juve, Dortmund. They are tough, no nonsense, but very very very smart footballers.
...at the end of the day the guy won trophies, honors, the yard stick for measuring success in football.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2020 2:26 pm 
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mcal wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
mcal wrote:
...his position calls for his style of play, tough, no-nonsense, and may be dumb, but coaches still like him, select him, and they pay him good.


I dont think you understand football very well. That position actually calls for a very smart player. No top club at a high level can start him. No chance! He can only start in a sh1t low level club like Udinese and Pompey. And when he was at Milan, they were at their worst level in history and he was on the bench.

There is a reason the likes of Mahamadou Diarra, Keita and Oliseh played for Madrid, Barca, Juve, Dortmund. They are tough, no nonsense, but very very very smart footballers.
...at the end of the day the guy won trophies, honors, the yard stick for measuring success in football.


Thats good.

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Does the SE have Gray, Mahrez or Albrighton on our team or players of their caliber?


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