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2007/06/14 21:07:20 (permalink)
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United 'bid for Serie A star'

Fabio Quagliarella's agent has claimed that the Sampdoria striker could join Manchester United before the start of the new season.

Silvio Pagliari maintains Sir Alex Ferguson made a £10million bid for his client recently and, if the offer still stands, then the Italian international could be on his way to Old Trafford.

Quagliarella has become one of the most in-demand strikers in Serie A since his move to Samp last summer, and the 23-year-old announced his potential to a wider audience with two stunning goals in Italy's recent Euro 2008 qualifier against Lithuania.

After scoring 13 goals in 35 league appearances for Samp last season, his agent has now opened the door to a possible move to England.



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    chrismufc06
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 21:32:07 (permalink)
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    If United get Quagliarella's signature then thats an excellent bit of business, hes big, strong, fast and he's only 23. Maybe need to sell some one to get the money though.

    Check out this overhead where he somehow lands on his feet??

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDVUEtmRSQI

    And check this out.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh2m2Gu0cQA

    AWESOME!

    MMMMMmmmmmmmmmm....... Something....?
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 21:39:20 (permalink)
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    He's a scorer of great goals alrite
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 21:40:50 (permalink)
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    I just watched the clips you posted, he looks the business, I hope it's true and not another poxy rumour,

    I think he would slot in nicely,
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 22:06:11 (permalink)
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    Anyone can look good on youtube, Stuart Pearce knows this more than anyone else (Samaras).

    He might turn out to be a good signing, but more often than not, players fail to make the transition from Serie A to Premiership so it is a big risk.
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 22:15:29 (permalink)
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    I agree mate, look at shevchenko!

    But hes knocking em in at international level and that overhead kick was fantastic!

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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 22:27:37 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Integra

    Anyone can look good on youtube, Stuart Pearce knows this more than anyone else (Samaras).

    He might turn out to be a good signing, but more often than not, players fail to make the transition from Serie A to Premiership so it is a big risk.


    yeah all signings are a gamble, can't think of many bad italians in the premiership though, most of them have been ok over the years, I would have loved to see dicanio at united when he almost came but yorke wouldn't go.
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 22:35:15 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: NDT


    ORIGINAL: Integra

    Anyone can look good on youtube, Stuart Pearce knows this more than anyone else (Samaras).

    He might turn out to be a good signing, but more often than not, players fail to make the transition from Serie A to Premiership so it is a big risk.


    yeah all signings are a gamble, can't think of many bad italians in the premiership though, most of them have been ok over the years, I would have loved to see dicanio at united when he almost came but yorke wouldn't go.


    Casiraghi, Silenzi, Carbone, Festa, Pistone, Materazzi.

    Poor Italians have outnumbered decent signings by at least 2:1 in my opinion.
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 22:44:07 (permalink)
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    materazzi is class
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 22:45:19 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Integra


    ORIGINAL: NDT


    ORIGINAL: Integra

    Anyone can look good on youtube, Stuart Pearce knows this more than anyone else (Samaras).

    He might turn out to be a good signing, but more often than not, players fail to make the transition from Serie A to Premiership so it is a big risk.


    yeah all signings are a gamble, can't think of many bad italians in the premiership though, most of them have been ok over the years, I would have loved to see dicanio at united when he almost came but yorke wouldn't go.


    Casiraghi, Silenzi, Carbone, Festa, Pistone, Materazzi.

    Poor Italians have outnumbered decent signings by at least 2:1 in my opinion.



    i guess i was thinking of zola, ravaneli, dicanio, vialli
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 22:45:35 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: IvanDrago

    materazzi is class


    Was he class for Everton?
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 22:48:16 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: NDT


    ORIGINAL: Integra


    ORIGINAL: NDT


    ORIGINAL: Integra

    Anyone can look good on youtube, Stuart Pearce knows this more than anyone else (Samaras).

    He might turn out to be a good signing, but more often than not, players fail to make the transition from Serie A to Premiership so it is a big risk.


    yeah all signings are a gamble, can't think of many bad italians in the premiership though, most of them have been ok over the years, I would have loved to see dicanio at united when he almost came but yorke wouldn't go.


    Casiraghi, Silenzi, Carbone, Festa, Pistone, Materazzi.

    Poor Italians have outnumbered decent signings by at least 2:1 in my opinion.



    i guess i was thinking of zola, ravaneli, dicanio, vialli


    I would say that only Zola and Vialli were great successes.

    Ravanelli started well, but it all started to fall apart whenever he opened his big mouth.

    Di Canio was good at times, but far too unpredictable and inconsistent for the Premiership.
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 22:48:35 (permalink)
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    That overhead kick was amazing, landing on his feet is just unbelievable
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 22:49:23 (permalink)
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    Carbone was a fool to himself.

    It's hard to be humble when I'm so great...

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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 22:56:23 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Integra


    ORIGINAL: NDT


    ORIGINAL: Integra

    Anyone can look good on youtube, Stuart Pearce knows this more than anyone else (Samaras).

    He might turn out to be a good signing, but more often than not, players fail to make the transition from Serie A to Premiership so it is a big risk.


    yeah all signings are a gamble, can't think of many bad italians in the premiership though, most of them have been ok over the years, I would have loved to see dicanio at united when he almost came but yorke wouldn't go.


    Casiraghi, Silenzi, Carbone, Festa, Pistone, Materazzi.

    Poor Italians have outnumbered decent signings by at least 2:1 in my opinion.


    Casiraghi never really got a chance to show himself, injuried very early on!

    Di Matteo was another good Italian though!

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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 23:00:31 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Integra


    ORIGINAL: NDT


    ORIGINAL: Integra


    ORIGINAL: NDT


    ORIGINAL: Integra

    Anyone can look good on youtube, Stuart Pearce knows this more than anyone else (Samaras).

    He might turn out to be a good signing, but more often than not, players fail to make the transition from Serie A to Premiership so it is a big risk.


    yeah all signings are a gamble, can't think of many bad italians in the premiership though, most of them have been ok over the years, I would have loved to see dicanio at united when he almost came but yorke wouldn't go.


    Casiraghi, Silenzi, Carbone, Festa, Pistone, Materazzi.

    Poor Italians have outnumbered decent signings by at least 2:1 in my opinion.



    i guess i was thinking of zola, ravaneli, dicanio, vialli


    I would say that only Zola and Vialli were great successes.

    Ravanelli started well, but it all started to fall apart whenever he opened his big mouth.

    Di Canio was good at times, but far too unpredictable and inconsistent for the Premiership.


    I think zola and vialli's success was more down to them playing in a good team, ravaneli, dicanio, carbone and pistone all had the misfortune of playing in mediocre sides,
    I think a dicanio or carbone in their prime would fit well in any united side.
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 23:01:51 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: NDT


    ORIGINAL: Integra


    ORIGINAL: NDT


    ORIGINAL: Integra


    ORIGINAL: NDT


    ORIGINAL: Integra

    Anyone can look good on youtube, Stuart Pearce knows this more than anyone else (Samaras).

    He might turn out to be a good signing, but more often than not, players fail to make the transition from Serie A to Premiership so it is a big risk.


    yeah all signings are a gamble, can't think of many bad italians in the premiership though, most of them have been ok over the years, I would have loved to see dicanio at united when he almost came but yorke wouldn't go.


    Casiraghi, Silenzi, Carbone, Festa, Pistone, Materazzi.

    Poor Italians have outnumbered decent signings by at least 2:1 in my opinion.



    i guess i was thinking of zola, ravaneli, dicanio, vialli


    I would say that only Zola and Vialli were great successes.

    Ravanelli started well, but it all started to fall apart whenever he opened his big mouth.

    Di Canio was good at times, but far too unpredictable and inconsistent for the Premiership.


    I think zola and vialli's success was more down to them playing in a good team, ravaneli, dicanio, carbone and pistone all had the misfortune of playing in mediocre sides,
    I think a dicanio or carbone in their prime would fit well in any united side.



    yeah, forgot about him,
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 23:05:40 (permalink)
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    i'm confused why we are including ravanelli as one of the poor strikers

    didnt he score a goal every other game for boro in his season with them - and they went down in spite of it
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 23:07:54 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Spirit Guide

    i'm confused why we are including ravanelli as one of the poor strikers

    didnt he score a goal every other game for boro in his season with them - and they went down in spite of it



    don't include me in the "we" I thought he was pretty good, considering the team he was in.
    post edited by NDT - 2007/06/14 23:11:52
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    RE: United 'bid for Serie A star' 2007/06/14 23:09:39 (permalink)
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    ok

    not we list:

    ndt
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