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We have almost zero aerial strength among our starting midfielders (eriksen, barella, brozovic).
Lack of concentration is certainly a problem but my point was that it's better than lack of tackles.


So now after reaching comprises, narrowing down the argument and avoiding some arguments you've lost to factual reasons, you are now trying to extend the argument by forcing statements I never said or implied, on me. There's no point in doing this, no one is gonna award you on this so don't try to go too far. Where did I say de Paul will fail due to his stint in Valencia? I pointed out to this in my immediate previous post. I am making reference to his time in Valencia in order to point out to the fact that he will likely be a more risky investment than Pellegrini.



Stats and talents tell a large part of the story bro, if not they won't be used for analysis and decision making. They are the largest determinant in such situations. The largest percentage that made up the likes of Zidane, pelle, Di Stefano, maradona, messi, Ronaldinho etc is talent and stats. Since you've said FOR YOU commitmente e.t.c is more important than talent, then end of story. While I speak generally not for myself.

@Ottoman empire looks like you want to keep this discussion going, cool, lets take it to the DMs

I can't even mention 1 name who is anywhere close to be world class or having the potential to be world class in the near future.
THere're 2/3 i think are worst investing in and then send on loan elsewhere. I would take the gamble on Nicolas Dominguez, see how he develops.
 

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The Argentine football is in deep sleep now and their talents are meh. This is the worst era that I've ever witnessed in more than 30 years of being a fan of Argentina. I can't even mention 1 name who is anywhere close to be world class or having the potential to be world class in the near future.

Idk what your talking about Argentina always has talent, so does Italy. Just look at Dybala he came from second division.
 

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This feels like 2010 all over again. Nerazzurri Ninja posting daily, aimlessly defending his dear Italian and Argentine players while begging for Berardi.

Time is a flat circle.
 

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Idk what your talking about Argentina always has talent, so does Italy. Just look at Dybala he came from second division.

Obviously. Stay in touch with reality. Argentine football has been in decline for years. Dybala is 27 years old and is not exactly world beater either. He's been a hot and cold player throughout his career. That's why even when he had a good season there were always rumors about Juve wanting to sell him.

Take a look at the names of their star players emerging in the 80s, 90s and 2000s, and take a look at the names coming out of the country in the past 6,7 years. Many of those players back then were heading toward big leagues and big clubs in Europe and becoming their star players, while these days many of them end up in MLS or teams like that.

It's not just about Argentina though. Many other countries having the same issue.
 
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Obviously. Stay in touch with reality. Argentine football has been in decline for years. Dybala is 27 years old and is not exactly world beater either. He's been a hot and cold player throughout his career. That's why even when he had a good season there were always rumors about Juve wanting to sell him.

Take a look at the names of their star players emerging in the 80s, 90s and 2000s, and take a look at the names coming out of the country in the past 6,7 years. Many of those players back then were heading toward big leagues and big clubs in Europe and becoming their star players, while these days many of them end up in MLS or teams like that.

It's not just about Argentina though. Many other countries having the same issue.

Im sry we are talking about the country that produced Maradona and Messi right after eachother, best player in the world. Thats hard to match, but they still have top talents being produced. some start early others bloom late like Alejandro Gomez. Just because we havnt found the new Cambiasso doesnt mean he doesnt exist.
 
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