Any current Premier league footballers you'd like to see playing at one of the so-called 'big four' clubs? Or perhaps a club fighting for Champions League football?
Personally, I think Clint Dempsey should get a chance at one of the top clubs. He reminds me alot of Lampard in the sense that he scores consistently from midfield.
I've always rated Tim Cahill but he hasn't been playing aswell recently, maybe due to injuries. Fellaini, in my opinion, always shows alot of potential and I always signed him on FM. Also, Sessegnon looks a very well-rounded player. He's fast, got lots of skill, can set-up goals and score.
Any others you think could make it at a bigger club then they're at now?
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Fuck off about Dempsey.
"This is Fulham for heavenís sake. This is a club which 15 years ago didnít have two brass filings to rub together, which used to play in front of 3 or 4000 rattling around here. Which once played on a night in Rochdale needing points to stay off the bottom of the English League. But were brought by a very rich man, and there he is. And which has now become a hugely enriched club.Ē
Junior Hoilett (Think he could be a hit in the same way Valencia has been)
"Kicked out the game's what you get, me I walk out the game then I walk back in it"
I don't particularly want to see all the talent migrate to the top, I like that clubs hold on to their players like Spurs & Newcastle have managed to do.
I would like D'alessandro & Quaresma at a top club here in England.
Chelsea played Benfica & everybody seemed to be so impressed with Aimar & yet so disappointed that he was 32 if he was 22, a lot of the watching English public would want their club to sign him. It's not like they've never heard of Aimar before, but talented players an become rubbish in people's heads.
So it's important that they stay on a big platform otherwise people will just feel you're rubbish, you're done & you have noting to offer.
When they're still much better than most of the people you see turning out at the top of the table clubs.
Like when Anelka was in places like Turkey there was a snobbery feeling that Premier League clubs had become better than him & he had a bad attitude & he wasn't talented enough or worthy of a gamble.. That's up until Allardicci took a chance on him again...
I know D'alessandro is happy in Brazil, but he's real quality, he done well on his loan here he would brighten up a club & Quaresma hardly got a game at Chelsea on loan as Scolari signed him & then got sacked & Hiddink wanted to carry momentum by playing the same XI in all tournaments, so as a loanee that couldn't play UCL he didn't get a look in, but did well in the minuscule time he did play.
He's another that could shine he'd be perfect for a club like Liverpool
Last edited by Zoffie; 8th April '12 at 06:17 AM.