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Re: Ibrahimovic flick
« Reply #90 on: December 08, 2008, 08:49:27 PM »
Well, well, well ... like somebody on FSC geh de Small Mag memo ... The direct quote was .... "Berbatov, he's like Ibrahimovic" ... right on time ... :)
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Re: Ibrahimovic flick
« Reply #91 on: December 08, 2008, 09:14:00 PM »
snap....  very berbatov esq

with all due respect, berbatov cyah shine Zlatan boots!

You find Zlatan that good?

preference of style aside, I would say they're in the same class.
Definitely not in the same class.

Berbatov is good. Very skillful but disappears too much.

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Re: Ibrahimovic flick
« Reply #92 on: December 08, 2008, 10:53:27 PM »
Well, well, well ... like somebody on FSC geh de Small Mag memo ... The direct quote was .... "Berbatov, he's like Ibrahimovic" ... right on time ... :)

the problem with them people on FSC, like small mag is that they so brainwashed with the EPL that they cyah appreciate the kinda skill level that exists in other leagues like La Liga, Serie A and de bundesliga.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic Thread
« Reply #93 on: November 06, 2010, 06:55:08 AM »
Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl

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http://www.goal.com/en-us/news/86/italy/2010/11/06/2201211/roman-rule-oguchi-onyewus-altercation-with-zlatan

Following a challenge by Zlatan Ibrahimovic in training Friday, Oguchi Onyewu shot up and put his hands around the Swede's neck. The two exchanged punches and slaps as 10 teammates attempted to separate them, according to several news sources in Italy.

Eventually coach Massimiliano Allegri issued stern words to both and suspended the training session early.

"The fight was animated, but the incident is over. The two players cleared up their disagreement," Milan vice president Adriano Galliani was quoted as saying on the club's website. "I'm happy when I see players pumped up, I'm happier seeing fiery training sessions than boring ones."

Seeing the 6'4, 210 pound Onyewu and the 6'5, taekwondo black-belt Ibrahimovic exchange blows surely qualifies as “fiery.”

Oguchi Onyewu, America's lone representative in Italy, hasn't enjoyed the best of years.

Since his move to powerhouse AC Milan, Onyewu has made just one competitive appearance, a substitute stint against FC Zurich in the Champions League last year. Following a knee injury in World Cup qualifying for the United States, Onyewu had knee surgery and has yet to make the bench for Milan since returning.

The looming central defender did feature for the U.S. in the World Cup, playing two matches before Bob Bradley realized his durability and movement wasn't up to scratch and plopped Gooch back on the bench.

The defender has hinted at some mental cracks during the grueling year-long recovery process. After a 4-2 loss to the Czech Republic in a friendly before the World Cup, Onyewu met questions about his fitness with a bullish challenge, "Did you see any rustiness?"

And after captaining the U.S. in a 0-0 draw with Colombia in October, he refused to even acknowledge the press.

Still, Onyewu may be gruff and intimidating, but he's not easily prone to violence. In June of 2009 he complained to a referee three times and threatened to walk off after receiving racial abuse from Anderlecht's Jelle van Damme. Instead of resorting to violence, the then Standard Liege defender sued van Damme for calling him a “dirty monkey.”

Ibrahimovic isn't the saintliest teammate either. Earlier this season, video of him acrobatically kicking Milan youngster Rodney Strasser in the back washed up on the Internet. The Swedish striker seemed to think it some sort of practical joke, but the youngster clearly wasn't amused, nor was there much inherent humor.

It's possible Ibra just rubs Onyewu the wrong way. Also likely is Gazzetta dello Sport's conjecture that the challenge riled Onyewu given his rehabilitating knee, though Gazzetta did judge the tackle “not that bad.”



Despite extending his contract a year (at no extra wages) this summer to repay Milan for the year he sat out, the incident will surely add credence to the rumors that the American will be loaned out this winter.

Perhaps the most interesting club linked, Napoli made moves for Americans Clint Dempsey and Jozy Altidore this summer, apparently keen to tap into the growing U.S. market.

With Alessandro Nesta and Thiago Silva unmovable at the heart of Milan's defense, and Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Daniele Bonera, and Mario Yepes ahead of the American in the pecking order, perhaps a move would revive a stagnating career.

A U.S. physio suggested to Goal.com that Onyewu won't regain 100% fitness until November or December, so a January loan move could come at the opportune time to help the the 28-year-old earn the playing time he needs to reestablish himself as first choice for the U.S. national team.

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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #94 on: November 06, 2010, 08:25:10 AM »
Hard to put a winner on this fight........dem 2 men dangerous  :devil:


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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #95 on: November 06, 2010, 08:53:00 AM »
I backing Gooch all day and twice on a sunday ... Ibra aint ready!

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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #96 on: November 06, 2010, 11:13:27 AM »
Goal.com article. Lock thread.  >:(

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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #97 on: November 06, 2010, 11:25:43 AM »
Goal.com article. Lock thread.  >:(

It's actually all over the net...

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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #98 on: November 06, 2010, 11:31:40 AM »
Goal.com article. Lock thread.  >:(

It's actually all over the net...

In that case, unlock thread  ;D

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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #99 on: November 06, 2010, 12:09:48 PM »
doh take ibra lightly eh...he kno ting!

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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #100 on: November 06, 2010, 12:31:06 PM »
Goal.com article. Lock thread.  >:(

It's actually all over the net...

In that case, unlock thread  ;D

lol I know somebody woulda comment on that.

Ibrahimovic is an expert at building team spirit.
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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #101 on: November 06, 2010, 01:44:43 PM »
Nah...If you take God out your thoughts and just kick me like that....hmmm
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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #102 on: November 06, 2010, 04:03:26 PM »
dinho is ah rel gladman boy jah

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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #103 on: November 06, 2010, 04:26:04 PM »
Two gorwn arse men and slap passing? WTH....SMH
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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #104 on: November 06, 2010, 06:03:44 PM »
I never liked his vibes. big shytesnake throw away king! he proved it in the WC 2006 that he was overated when he couldn't score against us, he proved it when he went to barca and he will prove he's crap @ milan. not to mention that inter finally won the trebble when he left and eto came on board.
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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #105 on: November 06, 2010, 06:34:35 PM »
gooch shoulda rest some hard hand on him for real

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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #106 on: November 06, 2010, 07:05:18 PM »
I would REALLY like to see a video of this.
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« Reply #107 on: November 06, 2010, 08:46:19 PM »
dinho is ah rel gladman boy jah

dinho like he dared him to do it.
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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #108 on: November 06, 2010, 09:16:38 PM »
dem so does always get what coming to dem.....

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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #109 on: November 06, 2010, 09:38:40 PM »
I would wanna beat gooch ass too.. he so big, ugly an ubzuckie.

btw we at Inter love Ibra... but maybe not anymore.

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« Reply #110 on: November 07, 2010, 06:14:00 AM »
I would wanna beat gooch ass too.. he so big, ugly an ubzuckie.

btw we at Inter love Ibra... but maybe not anymore.
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Re: Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Brawl
« Reply #111 on: November 07, 2010, 06:42:15 AM »
Ibra isn't shit and shotta's statement not confusing after watch ibra week in week out to amazing things all nerazzurri love him... Who could forget that spin kick through ball to dejan down the line... However he's at Milan not so we hating to love him.
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic Thread
« Reply #112 on: November 26, 2010, 01:44:26 PM »
Disgruntled and other haters....look allyuh boy Ibra

How AC Milan have turned it around

After winning just one of their first four games of the season, Massimiliano Allegri's Milan side have won eight of the subsequent nine and now finds themselves top of Serie A by three points. What has changed? Here are five reasons Milan have turned their season around.


1. Ibrahimovic on fire




Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Back in Serie A and repeating his Inter form at San Siro.  After an ultimately disappointing time with Barcelona, Ibrahimovic is back on familiar territory and is once again playing brilliant football. It's eight goals and four assists so far this season for the Swede, including the only goal in Milan's last two games against Inter and Fiorentina. Those two matches have shown how difficult it is to defend against Ibrahimovic, because he's such a good all-around striker.

Inter tried to use a high defensive line and were caught out by his pace in behind the defence for the goal, while Fiorentina defended very deep, and were undone by a brilliant piece of trickery in a crowded penalty box. Ibrahimovic is currently on an astonishing run of seven league titles in the past seven seasons with four different clubs - Ajax, Juventus, Inter and Barcelona. Can he make it eight in eight with a fifth club?


2. Change in formation

Allegri started off playing a 4-3-3 system, very similar to the shape used by Leonardo last season when Milan finished a distant third in Serie A and were knocked out of the Champions League with an embarrassing 7-2 aggregate defeat to Manchester United. Milan seemed to find it difficult to move the ball between midfield and attack, with wide players remaining high up the pitch against the opposition's full backs and no player to link the two zones.

The switch to a 4-3-1-2 system means Clarence Seedorf acts as the bridge in that position, linking play and helping Milan build up attacks more gradually. The use of four players in the centre of midfield allows Milan to dominate possession quite often. And the formation is simply a more "natural" way for Milan to play.

Under Carlo Ancelotti, when the club won a scudetto and two European Cups, AC Milan used a 4-3-1-2 or 4-3-2-1 system, packing the center of the pitch and rarely playing the ball wide. Four midfielders - Seedorf, Andrea Pirlo, Rino Gattuso and Massimo Ambrosini - are still around from that time, and it seems that they prefer playing in a narrow formation.

3. The use of three functional central midfielders

Since the 2-1 defeat to Juventus, Allegri has done away with playing Pirlo as a deep-lying regista (playmaker) and has instead selected three energetic, hard-working central midfielders from the group of Gattuso, Ambrosini, Mathieu Flamini and Kevin-Prince Boateng.

This makes Milan much more solid in front of their defense, and using three tacklers compensates for the fact that the forwards don't help out much defensively. Milan are a relatively old side - five years ago, Gattuso and Ambrosini could probably get through the defensive work as a two, but now they seem to need a third battler to help out. A word of caution, though: The absence of Pirlo does mean a lack of creativity from that position. In the 1-0 win over Fiorentina this past weekend, Milan probably didn't need three holding players and struggled to manufacture chances.

In some games, Pirlo will be needed to provide that creative spark.

4. Playing only two of Pato, Ronaldinho, Robinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic

These four star names made Milan an attractive prospect for exciting attacking football, but after Allegri spent the first few weeks of the season trying to accommodate three of them in the same team, he eventually realized that their lack of defensive work - coupled with Gattuso and Ambrosini not being able to cover as much ground - was hindering the side. There was also a lack of interplay and understanding when three attackers were used, as none of the four is a particularly unselfish player. After trying to use Robinho in the trequartista (attacking midfielder) role against Juventus, Allegri has since used Seedorf there, leaving Robinho to play off Ibrahimovic. Milan look more balanced and move the ball much better in the final third. "It will be difficult to see Ronaldinho, Ibrahimovic and Robinho on the pitch simultaneously," Allegri told reporters last week.


5. Dropping Ronaldinho

Ronaldinho has not started a Serie A game since October 16, a 3-1 win over Chievo. He has started twice in the Champions League against Real Madrid in that time, but the game between the two at San Siro summed up the Brazilian's woes at the moment. He spent the game wandering round the pitch putting little effort in, then was replaced by Pippo Inzaghi, who provided both much-needed energy and two goals within 20 minutes of coming on.

Ronaldinho still has superb touch on the ball and can provide moments of magic, but he's not consistent enough to feature as Milan's first-choice central playmaker, and not hard-working enough to persuade Allegri to switch back to 4-3-3 and accommodate him on the wing. Combine this with his reputation for partying - he was photographed in a Milan nightclub in the early hours of the morning shortly before the game with Fiorentina, prompting Allegri to declare to the media, "They are not hours that are compatible with the life of an athlete." It looks as though this will be the former World Player of the Year's final season at Milan.


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Re: Disgruntled and other haters....look allyuh boy Ibra
« Reply #113 on: November 26, 2010, 02:09:37 PM »
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Re: Disgruntled and other haters....look allyuh boy Ibra
« Reply #114 on: November 26, 2010, 02:25:57 PM »
Rank Shithong!

Dat shithong win 7 league titles in 7 years in Holland, Italy & Spain

He goin fuh CONSECUTIVE title # 8 dis year and his team currently on top de League

Name a nex player in a major league dat has come close to emulatin dat.

Jes one.
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Re: Disgruntled and other haters....look allyuh boy Ibra
« Reply #115 on: November 26, 2010, 02:54:35 PM »
Rank Shithong!

Dat shithong win 7 league titles in 7 years in Holland, Italy & Spain

He goin fuh CONSECUTIVE title # 8 dis year and his team currently on top de League

Name a nex player in a major league dat has come close to emulatin dat.

Jes one.

Eto'o.

Ibra eh play a big game for the season yet.

Wait till the CL group stages, the mandatory pop down coming.
         

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Re: Disgruntled and other haters....look allyuh boy Ibra
« Reply #116 on: November 26, 2010, 03:13:58 PM »
Rank Shithong!

Dat shithong win 7 league titles in 7 years in Holland, Italy & Spain

He goin fuh CONSECUTIVE title # 8 dis year and his team currently on top de League

Name a nex player in a major league dat has come close to emulatin dat.

Jes one.

Eto'o.

Ibra eh play a big game for the season yet.

Wait till the CL group stages, the mandatory pop down coming.
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Re: Disgruntled and other haters....look allyuh boy Ibra
« Reply #117 on: November 26, 2010, 03:29:42 PM »
Rank Shithong!

Dat shithong win 7 league titles in 7 years in Holland, Italy & Spain

He goin fuh CONSECUTIVE title # 8 dis year and his team currently on top de League

Name a nex player in a major league dat has come close to emulatin dat.

Jes one.

Eto'o.

Ibra eh play a big game for the season yet.

Wait till the CL group stages, the mandatory pop down coming.

And how many consecutive major league titles has Eto'o won?
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Re: Disgruntled and other haters....look allyuh boy Ibra
« Reply #118 on: November 26, 2010, 03:39:28 PM »
Rank Shithong!

Dat shithong win 7 league titles in 7 years in Holland, Italy & Spain

He goin fuh CONSECUTIVE title # 8 dis year and his team currently on top de League

Name a nex player in a major league dat has come close to emulatin dat.

Jes one.

Eto'o.

Ibra eh play a big game for the season yet.

Wait till the CL group stages, the mandatory pop down coming.

And how many consecutive major league titles has Eto'o won?

i could careless about how many trophies or how many league titles someone has gotten. if its one striker to get me through a clutch situation, its eto'o.
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Re: Disgruntled and other haters....look allyuh boy Ibra
« Reply #119 on: November 26, 2010, 03:44:26 PM »
Rank Shithong!

Dat shithong win 7 league titles in 7 years in Holland, Italy & Spain

He goin fuh CONSECUTIVE title # 8 dis year and his team currently on top de League

Name a nex player in a major league dat has come close to emulatin dat.

Jes one.

Eto'o.

Ibra eh play a big game for the season yet.

Wait till the CL group stages, the mandatory pop down coming.

And how many consecutive major league titles has Eto'o won?

i could careless about how many trophies or how many league titles someone has gotten. if its one striker to get me through a clutch situation, its eto'o.

Yuh entitled to go wit de lesser player if yuh want hoss  :devil:

And as yuh say clutch....ah guess cameroon never play no clutch games in de world cup
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