In pursuit of mediocrity; Dynamo Kiev 2012-2013 season.

Discussion in 'Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, & the former Soviet Repu' started by loden, May 17, 2012.

  1. loden

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    More of the same for the season ahead.

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    The "struggle" continues...


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    Do they play the anthem before games in Ukraine too?
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    If it were up to me, following players would not be "gracing" Dynamo's roster come July:

    1. Haruna
    2. Ninkovic
    3. Leandro Almeida
    4. Danilo Silva
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    The entire Dynamo roster can be split into several strata:

    1. Irreplaceable players - SaSho + Koval, Sheva, Vukojevic, Husev, Yarmolenko, Mykhalyk (if he ever becomes fully healthy)
    2. Impact players - Aliyev, Milevskiy, Betao, Harmash, Khacheridi, Ideye
    3. Marginal (for now) - Rybalka, Kalitvintsev, Mehmedi, Kichak, Partsvania, Correa (he never managed to make an impact, although he has the ability)
    4. Drek - Ninkovic, Haruna, Almeida, Danilo Silva.


  5. loden

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    You see, I have a problem with guys like Aliev and Milevskiy being on the team because they have seniority and are considered "leaders", but we know full well how inconsistent they are. You can't have rotten people in leadership positions in any organization if success and improvement is the goal. Guys like Milevskiy and Aliev are at best good for maintaining the status quo. I want them gone because they are bad for the clubs image and bad for the clubs morale.

    I couldn't agree more about your category #4. Especially Ninkovic...my god, he's such a worthless pu$$y.
  6. loden

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    In an unrelated question, who listens to Filip Kirkorov anyways?
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    Can someone give me an update on Sheva? I havent watched dynamo since they got knocked out by ajax So I just want to know what to expect from him in the Euros.
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    Great player to this day. Will probably retire after Euro due to longstanding back injuries. I expect a goal or two out of him at the tournament.
  9. loden

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    Well, they're supposedly looking at two Vorskla players. I don't know if that's good or bad. At the very least they will be homegrown...
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    Well, Selin and Bezus are decent. Can't imagine the LB position in the UNT without Selin right now. Are these the two guys we're interested in?
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    Yeah, according to Dynamomania. I have to say out of the young crop of players in DK I think Harmash shows the most promise. I think we've already seen Hacheridi and Yarmolenko at their best, Harmash though, in a couple of years might morph into a fine midfielder.
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    or into a real asshole, which is a real possibility.

    Hacheridi, btw, has been improving lately. I think he hasn't reached his full potential. I don't know how far he may go, but I think there is still room.
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    Speaking of assholes, just look at "Jabulani" Aliev...
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    Really? In what way. I haven't noticed.
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    Obviously you haven't, but Hacheridi has improved in two very important categories where he had been very weak earlier:
    1. positioning - see the goal Ukraine allowed to Greece during the WC2010 play-offs. Hacheridi now takes much better positions on the pitch to prevent opposing forwards open runs at Dynamo net
    2. He seems to improve his behavior in the Spring. He either got smarter on his own or had his ass pounded by Dynamo team mates: he has seemed to hold himself together better.

    Obviously, there is still work to do. He needs to become consistent with his tackling and he needs to work on first pass.
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    13-yrd old girls.
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    Come on, stop insulting 13 year old girls.
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    God, I really hope you can save the likes of Bezus and Konoplyanka from Dynamo. Let them explore the world and become something, please!!!
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    Well, that's hard to argue with. DK is a graveyard of talent.
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    Bezus and Selin seem to be looking towards the Shakhtar universe, anyways, according to Sport.ua..
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    Nope they are going to Dynamo. http://football.sport.ua/news/157325 Well that's the end of Bezus' career imo. Selin on the other hand is a pretty dumb player with little skill that relies more on strength and athleticism. He might actually fit in this Dynamo team.
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    Dynamomania.com was reporting today that Bezus was negotiating with Shakhtar and Selin - with Illichivets. But, if this is true - it is a good news. Dynamo will finally have an LB and Bezus might finally push Ninkovic and Aliyev out.
  23. loden

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    Ninkovic will never get pushed out for as long as Semin is coach. He totally epitomizes the ineffective, outdated Semin's football flavor.
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    What do you think about potentially seeing Voronin in DK? Yay or nay?
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    Lol!!!

    If you get Kranjar you won't need him. But I'd love Voronin to come play for Dynamo or Shakhtar!

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