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Eastern European Draft - The REAL Final

Eastern European Draft - The REAL Final  

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Pick your favourite. Lee & Dynamite tied in their semi final so it's a three way.  I will keep the final open for 48 hours. If you played make sure you vote. Anyone is welcome to vote. 

 

@lifetime fan @No2 @Elite @Lee909 @John102 @Dynamite @Babb'sBurstNad

 

 

BABBS

 

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LEE

 

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DYNAMITE

 

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38 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Babbs. Quality all over the side. 3 boss teams though. 

Do you think. The full backs are average and Kinkladze was gash, despite some dribbling skills. Half his time in England was spent in first division and he scored more than 5 league goals once. Everyone has got weak bits though as is the nature of these things. Rest is good though I agree, though I'm less sold on Popescu than most.

 

Lee, as before, now by 2 country miles 

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14 minutes ago, John102 said:

Do you think. The full backs are average and Kinkladze was gash, despite some dribbling skills. Half his time in England was spent in first division and he scored more than 5 league goals once. Everyone has got weak bits though as is the nature of these things. Rest is good though I agree, though I'm less sold on Popescu than most.

 

Lee, as before, now by 2 country miles 

I just prefer his team mate. 

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41 minutes ago, John102 said:

It's called discussion. Ya pleb.

I've given my opinion on all the sides ya crayon. 

 

We pick players at their peak and Kinkaldze (albeit for a short while) was boss. Babbs midfield and attack is ace. I can't believe Blokhin lasted so long. 

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Similar to BBN, the fullbacks and 10 let's Dynamite down for me. Srna is probably the best of the 3, but they are all fairly average. Jarni is one of those names that I remember from the 90s but was in reality a reserve at Madrid and Juve, for a season or so,and largely mediocre the rest. I'd rate him alongside someone like Klavan from my own team. Age looks to be counting against Lee I think. Too many players who can only be judged on reputation. Not enough Hungryians on the forum.

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1 hour ago, John102 said:

Similar to BBN, the fullbacks and 10 let's Dynamite down for me. Srna is probably the best of the 3, but they are all fairly average. Jarni is one of those names that I remember from the 90s but was in reality a reserve at Madrid and Juve, for a season or so,and largely mediocre the rest. I'd rate him alongside someone like Klavan from my own team. Age looks to be counting against Lee I think. Too many players who can only be judged on reputation. Not enough Hungryians on the forum.

Jarni was miles better than Klavan! You are talking Ragnar Klavan right???

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14 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Jarni was miles better than Klavan! You are talking Ragnar Klavan right???

What did he do in his career that put him ahead of Klavan? He made a hadnful of starts for Juventus and left. Same with Madrid. He was back up at both clubs. He was a starter at teams like Torino and Las Palmas. I assume most view players like him and the others Italian players of the 90's through rose tinted glasses, reminiscing about watching them at kids while eating their sunday dinner.

 

Jarni was nothing more than average.

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2 minutes ago, John102 said:

What did he do in his career that put him ahead of Klavan? He made a hadnful of starts for Juventus and left. Same with Madrid. He was back up at both clubs. He was a starter at teams like Torino and Las Palmas. I assume most view players like him and the others Italian players of the 90's through rose tinted glasses, reminiscing about watching them at kids while eating their sunday dinner.

 

Jarni was nothing more than average.

It was his time at Coventry that I judge him on. 

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