HellRaiser20: you could tell from first looking at him he was average.
HellRaiser20:Seems a bit illogical. Pogbas agility, strength, and skill will not change due to the opponents, they are his personal skills.
HellRaiser20:Pogba is fast, agily, strong and technically gifted, If he can improve mentally and understand football/his position he will be world class without a doubt.
eddie moroney: HellRaiser20: Pogba, very big and strong, lots of energy very agile and great technique. How can anyone say anything about Pogba until he has played in the first team for 90 minutes in the league. All of those attributes are true but but you don't know to what degree until we see him in a league match and not a reserve game.
HellRaiser20: Pogba, very big and strong, lots of energy very agile and great technique.
S07C:Hazard is a top top talent and we missed out on him. Just like we did with Ronaldinho who went on to be the World Player of the Year twice or so but we did get C Ronaldo and he was phenomenal for us but what are the odds that we're gonna find similar caliber player that matches Hazard? Anyways, Kagawa will be a great player for us if he does come but to expect miracles from just 1 player would be being absolutely naive. I don't understand with what Fergie means with no value in the market. So paying over the odds for Ferdinand, Rooney, Berbatov, Veron was all justifiable a decade ago? I like it how we splurged then and you didn't see other teams complain about how we inflated the market then. This was bound to happen. As the years pass by, a 17 to 18 year old Rooney who was bought for 27M is worth probably the same as Hazard or even more more in today's market. So just because Hazard didn't pick us doesn't make him a bad player at all. He'll be a great player no doubt and Chelsea are lucky to have him just like we were when we had Rooney and Ronaldo. No offense to Giggsy and Scholesy but depending on them to do the job every time especially in the big games is asking too much. Recalling Scholesy back instead of investing in a great midfielder last year and this year just shows how desperate we were/are. We lost a top top talent in Pogba to Juve for NOTHING. He'll probably be one of the quality players in the world in a few years time. It's simple as that if you splurge on one or two quality players and groom some of the youths in the first team, it would work wonders. Barcelona does that, why can't we?
Also don't worry about losing Pogba because his career is officially over, whatever he could have been has gone down the tube he will regret this move for the rest of his career trust me that, Juventus' midfield leaves little room for movement and transfers will continue into that position, Pogba will not play more than 20 games for Juve I would guess, the fact that they are to loan him out already should echo bells through his ears that he will never make it there yet his stupidity will prevent him from doing the right thing, even if he were not to stay at Utd he should try his hardest to find a new club, though this is all hypothetical as he has clearly decided to leave.
HellRaiser20:If this season is anything to go by, his peak has been and gone.
I don't agree with the idea that great players can't be bought cheap (Kagawa is a testament to that) but sometimes there are positions needed that offer no viable cheaper options, I think this is such a case, perhaps Dembele would be a good buy but he would not be world class which is what so many of the fans pine for, if we were to get both Modric and Kagawa (I admit it's a big if) we would have 2 more world class players in our squad. I have heard nothing from you on the subject of Nick Powell, £5m for a League 2 (1) player, now that's a rip off.
Also Ronaldo and Valencia were bought for similar fees to that which Tiote would cost (apparently) so for £17m I would definately take Tiote maybe even £18m.
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