Fabinho

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by kippaxblue76, 28 Jun 2015.

  1. San Tropez

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    Fabinho has physical attributes well suited to the PL but is that what you are looking for? Will you expect to regularly beat Bayern in the CL with him in your midfield?

    If you just want to win the PL every other year and some domestic cups then he is your man. However, if you are looking for another Xfactor to support KDB in the biggest stage then you gotta be more ambitious than Fabinho.
     
  2. lionheart

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    Yes please before Liverpool, arsenal or Manure snap him up.
     
  3. San Tropez

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    I want there to be a LARGE gap between us and all those teams you mention.

    I want our midfield to be the DEATH STAR :)
     
  4. Jazzman

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    We can't prevent them from signing good players anyway, we should only sign the players we want and need. I am not sure about Fabinho.
     
  5. Dax777

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    A bit in line with my view.

    FDJ is the next level if I'm being honest. That's who we should target for the job. He is great at Dihno's weaknesses.
     
  6. Dax777

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    Yeah, that's what I meant. He is a taller Dihno. Similar style too.

    Perhaps 'lanky' was the wrong word. The point I was trying to make is that he is more Dihno than Yaya.
     
  7. San Tropez

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    Tbf, I have not seen an awful lot of FDJ (love his initials btw, for no reason). The little I have seen of him I like a lot. He has some wonderful skills but how consistent he is with those skills I cannot say. If he is consistent with his defence splitting passes whilst still being excellent defensively, then he will as you say, push the team a level up. We will be even more of an attacking threat with his and KDB's passes from deep in our own half.


    I have seen more than enough of Fabinho to say "computer says no". I live in France, sometimes.
     
  8. San Tropez

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    Fred makes me think he could be a Kante with passing ability.

    Imagine Kante regularly finding the Chelsea forwards having broken up the opponent's attack instead of keeping the ball to within 2 metre radius?
     
  9. SPIDERBOY

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    13.02.2018 10.11 by Claudio Colla read 80
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    While having been recently inquired by Borussia Dortmund, Brazilian international right-back/defensive midfielder Fabinho (24) seems to have allegedly accepted joining Manchester City next summer, and become Yaya Touré's de facto successor for Pep Guardiola. Premier League giants, and likely-to-become reigning champions, are ready to pay AS Monaco the whole 70 million euros fee set on him.
     
  10. Dax777

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    Well that's interesting
     

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