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Discussion in 'Bosnia & Herzegovina' started by Vitez, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. Vitez

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    6-7 of the starting 11 start, thats the majority of the team.


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    Yeah, but some of them are not in a top 5 league. You can say they can easily play in one but the reality is they don't. I would love it like all of us would, but it's unrealistic for us to say most Bosnian players could easily start in the top 5 leagues. Even Dzeko, Besic, and Pjanic aren't fully starters, especially Dzeko if Tevez stays.
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    Well Ibisevic and Salihovic are regulars for Hoffenheim.

    Dzeko is a started or rotation, Lulic is a starter or rotation, Spahic is a starter, Mujdza is a starter, Papac is a starter.

    That's 7 right there.
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    Didn't know SPL was one of the top 5 leagues.

    Lulic is on bench man, he isn't going to be a regular for Lazio. And Hoffenheim have some decent alternatives for Ibisevic, he might find himself on bench when he returns.


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    Lulic will start or at least be part of a healthy rotation. Papac isn't in a Top 5 league but he could easily play in top 5, as well as Medo and some of our other players.

    And are you kidding? Ibisevic is the best striker on that team, their coach is even thinking of using him as the lone striker up front.
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    Stop it with the "can easily play", we don't know that for sure man. Though in Papac's case, I'd agree.

    Lulic is going to be on bench, no doubt. He hasn't impressed as a leftback in pre-season and he will only step in if there is an injury/suspension.

    Hoffenheim have 7 other strikers in the squad, most of which can easily replace Vedo.
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    Edin put the crack pipe down, Vedo is the best striker option on that team, we both know it and Lulic will be part of the rotation go read some of the club announcements or on the Lazio forum.
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    The Hoffenheim alternatives couldn't replace an egg.
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    Lazio forum? Nah, I'll read what Edy Reja said about the team. Lulic is going to be on bench

    This is going to be the main lineup -

    --------------------------Marchetti
    Konko---------------Dias-------------Biava------------Radu
    -------------------Brocchi----------Ledesma
    Zarate--------------------Hernanes-------------------Mauri
    ----------------------------Cisse

    And Hoffenheim have Mlapa, Obasi, Babel, and Musona, all of which can easily replace Ibisevic.
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    I think your under rating Ibisevic.

    The guy is in a slump and he needs to get back where he was in '08.

    I think the guy is class but something is off, whether it's fitness or something else. He can net 15+ goals he just needs to find his kink again.
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    I personally feel Ibisevic should go to a new club to get a fresh start, things aren't working out at Hoffe anymore since that injury. Maybe a new club with a new system and a better supporting cast would be a good thing for him.

    I'm not underrating him, I still think he is one of the best strikers at Hoffe, but Babel, Obasi, Mlapa, and Musona are all very good alternatives if he is out or not on form.
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    Some italian website is reporting Pjanic is on his way out of Lyon to Tottenham to replace Modric.
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    They seem to be closer to getting Ruiz, Adebayor, and Odemwingie so I don't think the Pjanic talk is anything more than a rumor sadly.
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    They've been saying that for months now.

    But yes I think Ibisevic should go to a new club. I think he would fit well in a mid table Italian club or even a mid table EPL.
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    It would be nice if he went to West Brom as Odemwingie's replacement or Blackburn as Kalinic's replacement.
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    Imagine he goes to the Spurs and pairs up with Pjanic...

    Pure gold right there.
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    Delimir Bajic signed for Olympiacos!

























    ...of Nicosia.
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    Even Olympiacos of Greece wouldn't have been such a big move, lol.
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    Going to Tottenham would be a nice move for Pjanic, but what happened to all the Lazio/Wolfsburg move talk? I was liking the idea of him going to Lazio and playing in the Serie A. Nonetheless, seeing a third Bosnian in the Premier League would be great. And a move to Tottenham would mean I could watch Pjanic some more on TV! :D
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    Hernanes and Mauri can already play in Pjanic's position so no reason to buy him. Wolfsburg? What a joke, I wouldn't want him to go there. It's a downgrade on Lyon.

    Tottenham is not going to happen if Ruiz moves there, which is more than likely.
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    No reason to buy him?

    If they sell off Modric they need someone else to plug in at that position. Having 3 is better then 2. Especially when losing a player of Modric's calibre.

    Pjanic would fill the hole better then Hernanes or Mauri in my opinion.

    Spurs just got their 22m bid rejected for Juan Mata and there has been plenty of talk about Harry bringing in Pjanic.
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    I was talking about Lazio, no reason to buy him. Hernanes is their best midfielder along with Ledesma and Mauri is a solid player as well. It'd be harder to start ahead of those two than Kallstrom and Gourcuff at Lyon.

    If Ruiz comes and Modric leaves, this would be their midfield -

    Lennon - Huddlestone/Sandro - van der Vaart - Bale
    ---------------------------Ruiz

    Pjanic wouldn't start.
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    Bale is extremely over rated in my opinion. He reminds me of Adam Johnson.
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    You're so way off it's not even funny. Bale scored a hat-trick and had two amazing assists against Inter as well as winning PFA Player of the year and yet you call him overrated?
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    Sorry but I agree with Edin here, Bale is an excellent player. Any team would be lucky to have him.

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