Edin Džeko - Bosanski Dijamant

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  1. Hadzjia Sven Susic

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    Yeah he does... Mancini is the judge, jury and executioner... The Sheik has made that VERY clear. That's why he gave him a 7.5 million yearly contract for the next 5 years.

    This could be a ploy to get more money out of certain teams or reduce the price in the player plus cash rumor with Arsenal for RvP.

    Either way a deal has to be done before the 17th, I would be incredibly surprised if Edin goes on tour and then gets traded.


  2. Vitez

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    Why would that be surprising? Happens all the time. Just because Mancini got a ridiculous contract doesn't mean Khaldoon and the upper management don't have final say. Don't be naive.
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    Check this out, very interesting:

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    Ray Parlour čelnicima Arsenala

    Legenda Arsenala poručila: Zamijenite Džeku za RVP-a

    Piše: M. ŠljivakDanas, 18:36
    Legendarni fudbaler Arsenala Ray Parlour predložio je rukovodstvu svog bivšeg kluba da dovede Edina Džeku na Emirates u zamjenu za Robina Van Persieja.
    li ako Van Persie želi ići u Manchester City, onda bi ga trebali zamijeniti za nekog kao što je Edin Džeko. Možda bi samo njegova plata predstavljala problem. Ne znam koliko Džeko zarađuje u Cityju, ali znam da Arsenal ima uvijek određenu strukturu plaćanja i možda bi je morali promijeniti. Vremena se mijenjaju i ako želite najbolje igrače svijeta, morate ih dobro platiti", rekao je Parlour.
    Ray Parlour je odigrao dvanaest sezona u dresu Arsenala u periodu između 1992. i 2004. godine, te je za klub odigrao preko 300 susreta.


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    Arsenal legend Ray Parlour wants Dzeko :D
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    Hadzjia you seriously believe Mancini wants Dzeko at City? Get out of here, he never wanted him there to begin with, it was Khaldoon. Dzeko was brought in as 1. yes a striker but also as 2. jail bait for future class players like Aguero, nasri, etc.

    He's not wanted at City, by the coach, the fans, or the GM. Just get out of there and go to Milan where you'll be appreciated, earn big bucks, and play for your childhood team.


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    This makes sense in so many ways. Wenger should definitely pull the trigger. Edin finally becomes a leader of a pretty good team(although nowhere close to City) and can prove all those who doubted him..
    Some of these contracts(not just in soccer) are becoming insane and so i think you'll see a time come(hopefully soon) where the leagues are working based on a cap system just like NFL, NHL and some other leagues too. It will become difficult for shitty managers like Mancini to win because he won't be able to buy the title...so if that happens i'd go with a team who spends more wisely and I think Arsenal is one of those. Also, I think chances of some of our players like Pjanic, Lulic and so on coming there eventually are pretty good as well (Wenger wanted Pjanic for awhile).
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    I think he would fit in well at Milan, and Allegri was himself pushing for a playmaker. Either way, we need to make up for the gap. As far as Mancini being in charge of transfers... no. Things can always change and they can change quickly.

    The fans would love him at Milan and it would help ease their pain.
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    Arsenal would be a great fit.

    For me its, 1. Milan 2. Juve 3. Arsenal 4. ...... 99.. stay at City.
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    I don't mind Milan or Juve either..I prefer it this way just because EPL is a better league imo and i think it suits his style of play a bit more.
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    But there is also

    100. FK Rifatovih Deset from Sikljici (they don't have 11 men in the village)
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  10. Vitez

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    also 101. Sarajevo.
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    So there was a poll taken on a Milan forum recently, Tevez or Dzeko. Fans voted like this so far:

    60 for Dzeko
    15 for Tevez.


    Its time

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  12. Hadzjia Sven Susic

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    I love how delusional you guys are getting. It's as if Dzeko is god. What if Dzeko goes to Milan and his career tanks? You guys will be here next year saying ''He should have never moved from City...''

    I assume you have talked to Mancini and know he didn't want to bring in Dzeko? Because of course he never had a different striker who had similar attributes as him... You guys are blowing this crap way out of proportion. As if the sky is falling.
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    Yeah some do take it to an extreme. Let's face it, Mancini knows if he lets Dzeko go and doesn't sign VP(which owners won't won't give any extra money for) he'll likely not win it next year. This, coupled with another questionable player in Balo(you never know what you have with that guy) and you could be screwed badly. He doesn't always make the best decisions(the whole Tevez thing was handled very poorly, certain players playing ahead of others as well) but in this case he recognizes when he should hang on to someone very important and in this case thats Edin. For that you gotta give some credit.

    Also, that point about his career tanking in Milan. I would go as far to say that he wouldn't do as well. That mostly from watching Serie A quite a bit and noticing how much more defensive it is (yet not as much offensive talent compared to EPL and La Liga)..so from that point i think it may be harder for him to score as much. They'd have to put some good playmakers in that team for him to do well.
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    1. Milan (he'll be used correctly, likely will go back to Wolfsburg Dzeko, will be appreciated by fans, etc.)
    2. Arsenal (staying in the EPL means he can whoop on City)
    3. Juventus (Moving to Serie A would be nice, good system for Dzeko)

    I would be shocked if Dzeko didn't make a move to Milan or Arsenal. All these rumors aren't there for anything, and it's obvious Milan wants him. Arsenal wants. Juve has been linked to him inn the past. There are too many variables here to ignore the fact that Dzeko is likely going to be packing his bags and say goodbye to Manchester forever (thank goodness).
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    Dzeko should go to Arsenal or Juventus, clubs that are actually getting into positions for silverware in the near future.

    Forget about Milan for awhile, they're nowhere near good enough to win any of the big trophies next season because their squad is filled with a bunch of average players now and Berlu/Galli won't spend much at all this summer. Dzeko shouldn't go there right now, it isn't the right career move in my opinion. Maybe in two or three years things will be better but right now it's a bad move for him should he go.
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    Milan isn't huh? I don't think Dzeko would be the only purchase we would make this summer. I think this team is good enough and It hink there are good enough players. We just sold one of our best defenders, and to say we won't spend at all... I don't think is accurate.

    And as far as Juventus, they already have a ton of strikers and are more interested in Van Persie. Arsenal hasn't won a trophy in a very long time.
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    Just come to Galaxy so I can be your manager in 4 years. We'll create a Beckham type Dzeko and make him an icon.
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    I didn't say Milan won't spend at all, I just said that they won't spend much of that money they'll get from the transfers.

    Nesta, Inzaghi, Zambrotta, Gattuso, van Bommel, Seedorf, Aquilani, Thiago Silva, and Ibrahimovic have all left this summer, with Robinho, Pato, and Boateng not tied down yet and a couple of those guys might leave too. Milan have signed players like Kevin Constant, Bakaye Traore, Gabriel, and Francesco Acerbi so far this summer. It doesn't really look like the team will be strong enough to compete on the Serie A and CL fronts and we all know Galliani/Berlusconi aren't going to go out and spend some big money on quality players, especially not now with the financial situation Milan is in.

    It's more than likely to be a transitional season for Milan as they move on from that successful era of players who have been around for awhile and I don't want Dzeko to go there right now if that's the case. Maybe in a few years I'd like him to go there when Milan is strong enough to compete for the major trophies but right now it clearly isn't the case.

    Juventus need a quality striker in their team because that's what they lack, Dzeko is the right guy for them and Juventus is the right club for him right now. Arsenal haven't won a trophy in awhile but they are clearly making improvements with their squad by signing Podolski, Giroud, and the return of Wilshere from injury. They can compete for something this year with someone like Dzeko up front to replace their departing captain. I think those two possible destinations are better than going to Milan right now.
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    dzeko gets too much attention, pjanic deserves some love too
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    Many of those guys were veterans and were on the last year of their contract. Many of them left after their contracts expired. Berlusconi will want to improve his political standing after taking a blow with selling Thiago Silva. Robinho, Pato and Boateng are all likely to stay after Ibrahimovic leaves.

    Gabriel is a third choice keeper. Kevin Constant isn't a starter and may not play much after Boateng and Emanuelson play.

    Milan is strong enough domestically and it's not advisable to simply write off the team. Milan needs Dzeko and a striker like him up front.

    Juventus isn't the place for him as they don't play the kind of formation he would thrive in. Arsenal already bought Giroud so I highly doubt that they'll be signing another striker. Giroud is Van Persie's replacement. Not Dzeko. And I forgot about Podolski. Even less chance of Dzeko going to Arsenal.
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    But most of those guys were part of a Milan team that has won 2 Serie A titles and made it to three CL finals in the last decade. It spells the end of an era for Milan and with inexperienced players like Constant and Acerbi coming in to the team along with the bad financial situation, it doesn't show Milan's ability to compete for the major titles this season and it'll more likely be a transitional season where Milan will just look to build towards the future. I don't know about the others here but I want Dzeko to play for a team that is going to compete for major titles while he is there and Milan doesn't seem to be the right destination for him right now.

    Dzeko also needs a good midfield and wingers to support him if he is to play his best football. He won't get that with Montolivo and Muntari playing behind him and no wingers in Milan's system. I bet he would do much better in Arsenal with wing support from Ox and Podolski or at Juventus with wing support from players like Pepe, Lichtsteiner, Isla, and Giovinco, for example.


    Actually, Dzeko would flourish in Juventus' system in my opinion. They have a good supporting cast in midfield with Pirlo and Asamoah in there, and they have several good wide players who can send in crosses for Edin to head. He would do very well in their 4-3-3/3-4-3/3-5-2 system in my opinion, Wolfsburg played something similar during his time there and look how that went.

    Giroud isn't van Persie's replacement, he replaced Bendtner and Chamakh in the team so he is the second choice striker instead which is understandable as those two were below average and didn't offer much to Arsenal. Dzeko to Arsenal is a heavily linked rumour these days because of RVP's possible departure, that's because he would be his replacement, not Giroud. Podolski will more than likely play at left wing at Arsenal anyways.
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    You're making a mistake. Our team isn't centered on Constant or Acerbi. And you're making big assumptions thinking we can't contest for titles. We won a scudetto the season prior to last, and were very close this last season despite a major injury crisis. We still have many promising and established players. I don't agree with you at all. And I thnk Dzeko would fit in well, especially with Cassano.

    By degrading our team and focusing way too much on two players, it shows you don't really know who plays for us. Constant, as I said, won't be a starter as he'll start after Boateng and Emanuelson. Allegri is also asking for a playmaker. Stop being so fixated on a single player as if it proves a point.

    Montolivo is actually a very good player who did very well in the Euro Cup. Dzeko doesn't need wingers. He needs a playmaker. But he won't go to Arsenal. They already bought Giroud. And he wouldn't do well at Juventus. Not buying it sorry.

    That's your opinion but not mine. He would flourish more uner Allegri's system and Allegri is demanding him over Tevez. We will see who comes.

    Not really. I don't think Arsenal will spend for Dzeko. Milan on the other hand is more linked to Dzeko at this point in time.
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    Dzeko needs wingers more than a playmaker, imo. He's deadly with headers. But, I wouldn't mind him at Milan. Imagine him and Pjaboy going at it.
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    Erm, I'm naming those two because they are the signings Milan have made so far. Clearly they were brought in to fill in some sort of the gap that is there from the players who left this summer. They are just promising players right now as many others in your squad are, part of why I say it's more than likely be a transitional year this season for Milan.

    Montolivo is a good player but he is nothing like what he used to be three or four years ago and he certainly isn't a trequartista who can compliment Dzeko's style.

    Dzeko needing playmakers more than wingers shows exactly how little you actually know about him and more about what you see in highlights or articles.

    That whole paragraph right there makes you come across as butthurt. Just because you want him so much at Milan and not at Juventus doesn't mean you need to come up with something like he wouldn't do well at Juventus where they have a system that fits his style but would do well at Milan where they don't even have wingplay. Get real.


    That's kind of what "in my opinion" means.


    No one said Arsenal will spend for him, but it is one of the heavier rumours spreading around about Dzeko these days like the Milan one. I'd prefer him to play for the Gunners right now though simply because their squad is better and more likely to challenge for trophies.
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    Not at all.

    Constant was signed as an interim replacement for Muntari who got injured for 6 months. Montolivo is not a stopgap. He's actually a very good signing and rated as one of the better ones so far (because of his quality and non-cost). Transitional? Debatable if we are in a transitional period at all, and that won't detract from other objectives.

    Actually I disagree. He's better then what he was 3 to 4 years ago. He's more an LCM and typically either played in the center or as an LCM. He has never played as a trequartista.

    I've seen Dzeko quite a bit actually.

    No. It just goes to show how very little you know about Milan. I'm not the one getting butt hurt here,e asides from the blatantly obvious agenda you have. Milan is a scudetto contender, regardless of Ibra and Silva's departure and it would be ridiculous to say otherwise. The system at Milan is more suitable to Dzeko, not that at Juve's. He isn't so one dimensional he only thrives on wingplay. If he did, he would have been doing better at Man City and he hasn't.

    I haven't seen "heavy rumors". I've only seen light ones. And Arsenal are notorious non-spenders... and the fact that they shoveled out that much for Giroud is indicative they won't spend much more. Their squad is better? Yeah right.

    A word of the wise... you could be a little less obvious in your agenda. Milan is going to purchase other players during the summer that will be more then suitable for Dzeko. Berlusconi has a certain election and he'll be pressured to spend (at least a great deal of the money made in transfers).

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