- Sep 14, 2015
He looks very good in an Inter jersey with number 9 actually. Welcome Edin. Prove the doubters (myself included) wrong.
Prime roma Dzeko was far better than lukaku at technical everything lol never mind a decent replacement. His performance last season wasn't even bad compared to the minutes he got, and i think he had some falling out with the coach and when I saw him play you could tell he was unmotivated and didn't want to play. If he comes here motivated and up for it he could be a great signing for the short term.Dzeko of 10 years ago would have been a decent Lukaku replacement. But alas this one will have to do.
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It's because we all expected his prime to start in United but it didn't happen.I don't know how you can make statements like that when Lukaku entered his prime, what, twelve months ago? And still has a good two to three years of his prime remaining.
I don't know how you can make statements like that when Lukaku entered his prime, what, twelve months ago? And still has a good two to three years of his prime remaining.
Exactly! Messi, Zlatan, Suarez, Ronaldo, Benzema, Aguero, Cavani, Dzeko are all still awsome players and can still give a huge hand any team in the world! Age really seems to be just a number todays football? Diet, training, treatment, medication… all helps players to continue their careers and give them extra years and Dzeko seems to be on great shape and hungry!honestly i don't understand why we can't expect too much from him if players like Giroud and Ibra are still considered good even at +35 years. Or what about Quagliarella at he's age or Luca Toni, they also had a really good season. Sure he's not Lukaku and there are better players i would have got, specialy youngers. But sometimes i get the feeling that he get's a litle bit underrated. What should Milan fans think then? Theyre playing with 2 almost retired strikers.
It's not THAT baffling of a statement, considering what kind of a player Džeko was and what we know about Rom's limitations, but fair enough. Rom still has a looooot to offer and is in a great place to do so.I don't know how you can make statements like that when Lukaku entered his prime, what, twelve months ago? And still has a good two to three years of his prime remaining.
Dzeko was the best attacker of the Bundesliga, even won the league over Bayern. The problem with his years in City was that there was Aguero, who in his prime was a monster. They also had a prime Tevez and bunch of strikers that didnt do that good. At Roma he had one amazing year and rest of them were solid. I dont think he ever was a top 10 striker. Perhaps he was for a year, but not consistently. I'd say he was always around 15-25.I just don't remember Dzeko ever being that great of a player. Was he ever a top ten striker in the world? He spent a few years in England where he wasn't even the best striker on his own team. He has one truly great season - 2016-17.
Dzeko has been in Italy for six years now and has one twenty goal season. Lukaku spent two years in Italy and had two twenty goal seasons. I'll admit stats aren't everything, but I'm confident that by the end of Lukaku's career his resume in terms of goals, trophies, and legacy will be superior.
Edit: His Wolfsburg stats were pretty good, but I was literally twelve years old and have no recollection of this. Carry on.