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[Albion] Nicolas Domínguez









Bakero

Languidly clinical
Oct 9, 2010
14,146
Almería
Is this the guy that was mentioned by somebody yesterday or a different Bologna player?

I think yesterday's guy was purported to be bange average too but apparently has very similar attributes to Ally Mac.
 










dwayne

Well-known member
Jul 5, 2003
15,603
London

Sounds exactly like a slightly poorer man's version of maccer here. Great DM but plays as an attacking midfielder for Argentina(sound familiar?!)

Doesn't seem to have a place in the argie squad now because of maccer.
 






Mancgull

Well-known member
Nov 28, 2011
5,155
Astley, Manchester
Bit more of a tackler than MacAllister. When RDZ was last asked about Frattesi he said that he was looking for different attributes. I wonder whether this is the guy that has those attributes. does some of the dirty work?
He looks like one of the two double pivot positions who may play alongside Dahoud or Gross. Looks like he gets around the pitch well.
 


Greg Bobkin

Silver Seagull
May 22, 2012
15,238
My mate is a spaghetti chef and reckons he is the bees nese.
Au contrare, MY mate works in an Italian restaurant and reckons Nicky Dom is pasta his best...
 






GT49er

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NSC Patron
Feb 1, 2009
47,615
Gloucester
Our success in recent years has been based on our fabulous recruitment, lead by our excllent recruitment team and - of course - the amazing algorithms. Of course, the manager will get a say in the final decision about players recommended by the recruitment team - but is it just me that gets a bit concerned when our manager (or is he officially the chief coach?) seems to start wanting to pre-empt or circumvent the existing successful policy and start picking his own players independantly?
How well - if and when it happens - will he take being told 'No'?
 




The Fits

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Jun 29, 2020
9,872
Our success in recent years has been based on our fabulous recruitment, lead by our excllent recruitment team and - of course - the amazing algorithms. Of course, the manager will get a say in the final decision about players recommended by the recruitment team - but is it just me that gets a bit concerned when our manager (or is he officially the chief coach?) seems to start wanting to pre-empt or circumvent the existing successful policy and start picking his own players independantly?
How well - if and when it happens - will he take being told 'No'?
I guess it's meeting in the middle.
My feeling about Fratessi and Matvienko (and it's just a hunch) is they're players that the computer has said no on. There will be players that both meet the data requirements, age and cost parameters AND RDZ wants.
 






Gabbiano

Well-known member
Dec 18, 2017
1,482
Spank the Manc
I guess it's meeting in the middle.
My feeling about Fratessi and Matvienko (and it's just a hunch) is they're players that the computer has said no on. There will be players that both meet the data requirements, age and cost parameters AND RDZ wants.
I think with Frattesi and Matvienko it’s as simple as they’re too expensive (and Matvienko is a bit older so no resale value).

Both Sassuolo and Shakhtar have had a lot of big sales recently and don’t need the cash, so will try to milk us for every last penny. There’s better value elsewhere.
 










Nobby

Well-known member
Sep 29, 2007
2,807
If he's playing in Italy RDZ will surely have had a big input in it, so it's a yes from me.
Plus haven't heard of him and he looks bang average in that video.
Get him in!
That video seems to show lots of different players losing the ball 🤷‍♂️
 


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