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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr
    hmmm, if it all goes to pot at Juve, we'll happily take Ibrahimovich, Nedved and Zambrotta.

    It'd also stop Ruud being sold to AC Milan, thats for sure
    Wouldn't mind Blasi or Trezeguet either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    I was disagreeing with Craig by making a comment like that.
    UEFA Cup fine, but not the Champions League, especially in these circumstances. If they have earnt it (like Udinese did last season, as did Betis and Everton, and did Schalke, Lille, and Hamburg this season and whoever else I have missed) then fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseboy64
    Wouldn't mind Blasi or Trezeguet either.
    And I'm sure you wouldn't say no to either Emerson, Vieria (that will s*** off all Arsenal fans ), or Buffon.

    That said Inter is the latest club Emerson has been linked to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig
    And I'm sure you wouldn't say no to either Emerson, Vieria (that will s*** off all Arsenal fans ), or Buffon.

    That said Inter is the latest club Emerson has been linked to.
    A bit off topic, but I heard Pizarro & Burdisso could be going to Palermo for Barone & Grosso
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    You guys will also be lucky to have Andrea Bargazlia (sp?) next season and you guys are set to lose Stephen Makinwa to Nazio.

    I have also heard Inter will also offer one of their youngsters in resturn as well, but I think as a co-ownership.

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    I support Inter you tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig
    And I'm sure you wouldn't say no to either Emerson, Vieria (that will s*** off all Arsenal fans ), or Buffon.

    That said Inter is the latest club Emerson has been linked to.
    Heard Vieira being linked to Man Utd TBH.

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    Considering the history Vieria has against Manchester United i would be very suprised. I would think Real Madrid would be more likely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro Delgado
    La Liga is highly entertaining, but if Forlan can bag so many goals the defenders can't be up to much. Serie A used to send me to sleep in its pomp never mind now, aside from the odd "Gazza Watch" match. Hardly see any Dutch/French/German football so cannot comment.
    Neither can are boys if players of the ability of Marcus Stewart scored goals.

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    Vieira would never join united. Great player though he is, a fair section of united fans wouldnt accept him. Also after so many happy years at arsenal, he's unlikely to show such blatent disrespect to their fans by joining us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr
    Vieira would never join united. Great player though he is, a fair section of united fans wouldnt accept him. Also after so many happy years at arsenal, he's unlikely to show such blatent disrespect to their fans by joining us.
    Does the name Gary Connolly ring a bell? Or Andy Platt? Jamie Peacock? Alfie Conn, Maurice Johnston or Kenny Miller? It happens in far fiercer rivalries than Arsenal - Manure, so why can't it happen here?

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    Only Mo Johnston i've heard off. But yeah in theory it could happen, but the reality is that it wont. The personal animosity between Vieira and utd is pretty strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr
    The personal animosity between Vieira and utd is pretty strong.
    Counts for nothing when money and prestige talks.
    Of the top of my head I can only think of 3 big name guys who have chosen to move to clubs or stay at clubs due to loyalty. Shearer, Le Tis and Steve Bull.
    If Viera went to United any problems would disapear after the 1st trophy was won.
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    Can't think Steven Gerrard would go to Man Utd though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goughy
    If Viera went to United any problems would disapear after the 1st trophy was won.
    So he'd retire with the problems still in place then?
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