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[Albion] RDZ Linked to Juventus



Tommy11

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Oct 13, 2022
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Hope this is not true.

Did not help thought that we failed to support him in the transfer market - He identified players in key areas to strengthen and maintain our European Push, but we didn't act.

Big opportunity missed, and could have cost us our quality manager at the end of the season. If we don't progress in the FA Cup or get into the Europa League ( which he truly believes we can do) he will be fuming - most likely at the board.

We have made some great "gem" signings in recent years, but there not all going to work out. It could bite us in the bum in the near future.
 








SeagullinExile

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Yawn
 






Eeyore

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There is absolutely no evidence that Juve are considering him. And Allegri is still there.

It's just lazy journalism. He might be considered if Allegri goes and he might also be considered by other clubs too.

Daily Mail office junior stuff.
 


Icy Gull

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Jul 5, 2003
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Never say never, but he won’t be getting a 6 year 60 million pound contract there :smile:
 


nwgull

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Juventus are a mess right now and in no position to be splashing out in the transfer market if that's what RDZ wants.
 




GT49er

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Hope this is not true.

Did not help thought that we failed to support him in the transfer market - He identified players in key areas to strengthen and maintain our European Push, but we didn't act.
We did, but in the end couldn't agree a deal with Shakhtar. :shrug:
 




Guinness Boy

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Hope this is not true.

Did not help thought that we failed to support him in the transfer market - He identified players in key areas to strengthen and maintain our European Push, but we didn't act.

Big opportunity missed, and could have cost us our quality manager at the end of the season. If we don't progress in the FA Cup or get into the Europa League ( which he truly believes we can do) he will be fuming - most likely at the board.

We have made some great "gem" signings in recent years, but there not all going to work out. It could bite us in the bum in the near future.
Where? Link?
 




Guinness Boy

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Thread started by Tommy11, our newest troll.

Not sure if the 11 stands for shoe size or IQ.
On first day back from ban, having been proven an idiot on the striker threads.
 










Brovion

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And there's no point in asking for a source as it will just be a Twitter post from saddo who likes to pretend they're ITK but who simply puts out hundreds of unsubstantiated rumours and very very occasionally gets one right.

EDIT: I take that back! Daily Mail no less. Is there any truth or is it just someone with nothing to write about now the window has closed?
 


Tommy11

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Oct 13, 2022
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On first day back from ban, having been proven an idiot on the striker threads.
wow - the moderator with this aggressive tone - what did you say?
On first day back from ban, having been proven an idiot on the striker threads.
We cannot allow users to be abusive, overly aggressive, threatening, or to "troll". This does not follow our rules. Your message may have been removed or altered.
 


peterward

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He was linked to Juventus before he even signed a contract with us.

Juve are a basketcase right now though, not a given he'd go
Lets not delude ourselves. He'd go. He's an Italian and its Juventus FFS, on a lot more money and European football.

Potter and even Mr Brighton Bruno jumped at Chelsea who are a basketcase

An Italian coaching staff with 9 months in Sussex would not turn that down.

Thats why a new long term contract with high buy out (like Potter) is needed.
 






Bold Seagull

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Mar 18, 2010
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We kept hold of our best players.
We only sold Trossard on his say so (my opinion)
We've signed 2 new youngsters who could be next in line to star.

Roberto left Shaktar under the cloud of the Russian invasion by 11 July. He didn't have a job offer (that we know of) until we came in on 18 September. I think there is probably a fair chunk of goodwill in the tank for now.
 


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