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Discussion in 'Japanese Abroad' started by SamuraiBlue2002, Dec 21, 2011.
It looks that way.
18 games last year as a mid season transfer, hardly see that as a 'bench warmer'. And he started some of those matches. He'll always have a role on a team, hes too tall not to.
The point is that his team SUCKS and probably he can't do a thing about that, staying far away from the lights of the success for a long time...
Mmmm, I donot think so! The opponent in Russia has Eto, amongs others in the team coached by Hiddink and Vitesse was in the away game the far better team. Vitesse were very waste ful with the chances and the Russians could only break through during the time Vitesse played with ten men with a player being treated. And Mike isnot wasting his time at Vitesse as Rutte is a very good developer of players. So if Mike has any quality inside, Fred Rutte is going to get it out. you obviously didnot notice van Ginkel, the midfielder with a silky smooth touch on the ball and already being mentioned as a future prospect for the Orange squad and he is only 18 years old.
Well I missed the match against Eto's squad (not a name? LOL) but I notice Van Ginkel, especially in PES when I play with Vitesse and I really hope this Rutte develop Mike as fast as possible or others younger fws will take his spot in the JNT very soon
The Eto'o's squad is Anzhi.
He's always been a bench player. I have no idea why you're so surprised.
This is why sometime i suspect he is another version of samuraiking....
Anyway he sub in for the game on 60''.....
Until Bony will be in Vitesse, there's no much space for Havenaar. It's going like that.. i hope this won't last too long.
His team mate Alexander Buttner just signed a 5 year contract with Manchester United.
Mike saw the goalie make a miraculous save, denying him a goal.