Marcus Thuram

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  • 10 - Will be one of the absolutely best players in the history of the game (think Meazza, Matheus)

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  • 2 - Close to a useless player, who will add nothing to the team besides filling the CL quota

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wera

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If he is sold for "only" 50, only Carboni will be brought back as a fourth/fifth option :lol:
 

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This is the version of him I was afraid we’d get. Completely different player as of late.
Yeah this is the version I expected from the very beginning :lol: hope he takes the international break to cool off.
 

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Actually he was quite involved but without end result. He was caught a lot offside as well.
 

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Very poor lately. Though it's impossible to not get involved in our current scheme which is quite all-rounded and dominant. Players like Arnautovic and Alexis get involved a lot, but they aren't as productive as expected, and sad thing is that Thuram has been underperforming as well.
 

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Yeah it’s getting a bit sicking to watch him try to constantly seek out penalties
 
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He needs to stop looking for penalties everytime he's on the box with the ball, rather try to score.
This is one of my complaints about him that I cited after the CL exit. I think it’s a product of him having that winger mindset when in attack when he should be playing like a CF, especially with his physical profile. I hope he learns how to manage that stuff because in games like this one it would only piss me off more when we don’t win.
 

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I love this player, one of the best deals of Inter ever. He'll be back on the track.
 

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He's simply out of form at the moment. It happens and we're just lucky it's happening now when we have a big lead in the league and not when we were fighting tooth and nail with Juve every week.

He needs a goal right now and he'll get back to normal.
 

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The only really bad game was against Atletico, otherwise he is working hard even if he isn't contributing in goals/assists. He isn't becoming Correa (yet), so I got no worries.
 

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I don't understand those harsh criticism for the Napoli's match, as Lautaro was almost invisible, and for Thuram was even more difficult. Hakan had an awful game, and apart from the goal, Mkhitaryan also was poor.
At least, Thuram tried to do something despite his efforts were useless at the end.
 

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I don't understand those harsh criticism for the Napoli's match, as Lautaro was almost invisible, and for Thuram was even more difficult. Hakan had an awful game, and apart from the goal, Mkhitaryan also was poor.
At least, Thuram tried to do something despite his efforts were useless at the end.
when arnau try to do that , people shit on him

Thuram have the potential to be like Titi Henry but maybe he is too old to be train to be a good finisher now
 

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His drop in his form is absolute terrifying after the injury to the point where he seems that he can't complete a pass. He should focus more to improving and becoming a better player rather than focusing on what Acerbi said and posting on social media about racism. I dont like his mindset at all in which direction its going.
 

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His drop in his form is absolute terrifying after the injury to the point where he seems that he can't complete a pass. He should focus more to improving and becoming a better player rather than focusing on what Acerbi said and posting on social media about racism. I dont like his mindset at all in which
Huh? What do you mean? MT didn't take sides with either Acerbi or JJ. He simply talked about protocols regarding when things like that happened on the pitch. MT is right that a player should leave the pitch if he felt he was racially abused. (JJ decided to stay on the pitch because he thought Acerbi had apologized. But then the Federal investigators later used that as a part of circumstantial evidence against him.) He is on the same page with Spalletti that it was best for Acerbi to return to the club to explain things and defend himself. Why should this be an attitude problem?
 
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Huh? What do you mean? MT didn't take sides with either Acerbi or JJ. He simply talked about protocols regarding when things like that happened on the pitch. MT is right that a player should leave the pitch if he felt he was racially abused. (JJ decided to stay on the pitch because he thought Acerbi had apologized. But then the Federal investigators later used that as a part of circumstantial evidence against him.) He is on the same page with Spalletti that it was best for Acerbi to return to the club to explain things and defend himself. Why should this be an attitude problem?
plus, even if so, 'dont complain about racists because you're playing shit' isnt a great message from any perspective.
 

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plus, even if so, 'dont complain about racists because you're playing shit' isnt a great message from any perspective.
Ironically you'd probably say "don't complain about the refs because you played like shit" even if the refereeing has a direct effect on said performance
 

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His drop in his form is absolute terrifying after the injury to the point where he seems that he can't complete a pass. He should focus more to improving and becoming a better player rather than focusing on what Acerbi said and posting on social media about racism. I dont like his mindset at all in which direction its going.
Drop in form. Well, we can say that for many of our starters right now. It has to do with overusing them.
 
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