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Re: Albanians abroad

by Pjetër » Sat Feb 16, 2019 10:26 pm

Gjimshiti wasn’t too bad today, he had some bright spots, but that Piatek goal was just

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Re: Albanians abroad

by artan » Thu Feb 14, 2019 2:04 am

Aurora Bulkualis wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:11 am
That still looks bad, but they're young and hopefully will grow into it. I have no hopes for the next 4 years though.
We don't have an identity any more and our backline isn't as strong as it used to be.

But talent wise it's not any worst than the 2016 squad. Ndoj and Bare will probably be playing in Serie A and La Liga next year. I can see Uzuini and Ismajli trampolining to bigger clubs. Maybe some young players step up as well (Mala, Mucolli, etc),


BTW, Abazaj loaned to Osijek with an option to buy. I think we all saw that coming lol.

Re: Albanians abroad

by Aurora Bulkualis » Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:11 am

That still looks bad, but they're young and hopefully will grow into it. I have no hopes for the next 4 years though.

Re: Albanians abroad

by artan » Tue Feb 12, 2019 1:21 am

Uzuini and Ismajli both scored in their matchup. Tahiraj also started for Hajduk Split, I wonder if this guy is any good (He played well in Slovenia)
Keidi Bare started again for Malaga but got a red. Looks like he won the starting job for them
Ndoj scored a big goal for Brescia. He has interest from Serie A teams. Hope he starts to step up for the NT as well.
Gym started the midweek game for Atalanta and played well by the looks of it.
Sadiku is officially back from injury (came on as a sub for Lugano)
I think we can expect Asani to get a call up as well as that Kambulla player for Verona

I'd like to see this lineup for our next match
-----------Manaj
Grezda----------Uzuini
------------Bare
-------Xhaka--Ndoj
Argentina-Gym-Ismajli-Hysaj
-----------Strakosha

Place that Arbersh from Argentina at LB.

Re: Albanians abroad

by Simboli i Diellit » Fri Feb 01, 2019 1:32 am

Lazio had Sergio Kalaj on bench on today’s game against Inter .

Re: Albanians abroad

by Pjetër » Thu Jan 31, 2019 8:52 pm

Dean Lico on loan to Sporting.

Re: Albanians abroad

by Simboli i Diellit » Thu Jan 31, 2019 10:18 am

Djimsiti has been quite reliable for Gasperini when called in cause, knowing he was like a 4-5th choice at Atalanta and probably would’ve been loaned somewhere he got lucky and showed himself . He has been giving variable performances for years, just like all our other defenders but atm no need to bash him since he is our most in form CB. The most solid CB we’ve ever had was Mavraj , guy was solid for a span of 4 years, once he got that 2 million wage he’s just been laying down and enjoying his retirement fee like a peaceful shiasha guy . A lot of uncertainty and very few enthusiasm around the upcoming qualifiers , our strongest point the defensive line is shattered , our coach is an amateur and seems most of the players don’t play their hearts out .

Re: Albanians abroad

by Aurora Bulkualis » Thu Jan 31, 2019 8:47 am

Gym City is the best defender on the planet. You need to be the #1 CB if you can single handedly stop CR7 from scoring. I think CR7 will retire after this. I don't know how he can show his face anymore.

Re: Albanians abroad

by RedFootballs » Wed Jan 30, 2019 9:34 pm

artan wrote:
Wed Jan 23, 2019 1:56 am
RedFootballs wrote:
Sun Jan 20, 2019 12:24 pm
Did you know Keidi Bare develops into a Premier League level attacking midfielder on Football Manager? Worth noting as their scouts are usually very accurate.
Might not go that far but he's promising.
I think gym is getting a decent amount of playing time at Atalanta and could still develop, no reason why he should leave.
The FA are about to announce Tomas Guidara as a Albanian player (Right-back in the Argentinian top flight division)
Gym is a spot starter for Atalanta. I think he could be a starter for a lower tier team in Serie A but I'd like to see him get PT and honestly Turkey is a pretty good league. I'm not sure of Besiktas current team but they're a pretty prestigious team. It's probably a step up honestly.

And I hope they can get the Argentine. I wonder if he can play any other position?
Gym has been getting a bunch of starts lately, including this one v Juventus where Atalanta are obliterating them right now. I think he should stay. Europa League football will be very important for his development.
Guidara can also play as a carrilero in midfield (Zanetti type player.)

Re: Albanians abroad

by artan » Wed Jan 23, 2019 1:56 am

RedFootballs wrote:
Sun Jan 20, 2019 12:24 pm
Did you know Keidi Bare develops into a Premier League level attacking midfielder on Football Manager? Worth noting as their scouts are usually very accurate.
Might not go that far but he's promising.
I think gym is getting a decent amount of playing time at Atalanta and could still develop, no reason why he should leave.
The FA are about to announce Tomas Guidara as a Albanian player (Right-back in the Argentinian top flight division)
Gym is a spot starter for Atalanta. I think he could be a starter for a lower tier team in Serie A but I'd like to see him get PT and honestly Turkey is a pretty good league. I'm not sure of Besiktas current team but they're a pretty prestigious team. It's probably a step up honestly.

And I hope they can get the Argentine. I wonder if he can play any other position?

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