The textbook Cinderella player. Ought to play for Spurs.
Flat track bully. Always has been.This is usually the time Smitteh walks in and calls me a ****head. But IDEK. Benzema is great and I'm not actually criticising Aguero at all. The hamstring thing is a far bigger worry as the last thing we need is another sicknote.
That reminds me, what is the consensus on Nasri these days?
I'm not really criticising Benzema here. I think there are levels of attacking footballer, and the top echelon is players that are extremely fast, great dribblers who can change direction very sharply and score a lot of goals. That's Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar, Suarez- in the Premiership it's Sanchez, Aguero and Hazard. Those are the guys that make a really big difference to the quality of the team. Citeh, Arsenal and Chelsea have one each, Barca have three, United have none. Liverpool had one last year, lost him, and cut their goals scored in half.Aguero is phenomenal, that's not in dispute but Benzema is also pretty ****ing amazing - which seemingly you're not so sure on.
I think your points are great but I don't think it's fair to say not even in the same league. You'd take Aguero all day, everyday, if you have the money. But you could probably get Benzema a bit cheaper.This is madness. Aguero is better than basically everyone. If you get the chance to sign him you do it, and if he doesn't fit your system then you change the system.
I don't think Benzema is anywhere near the same league. I appreciate there are some subtleties to his game that benefit those around him, but Aguero's movement is extremely intelligent too, on top of his less subtle quality of scoring loads and loads of amazing goals. Sure he might deteriorate, but so might Benzema, who's a year older.
Well, that's a coach's job isn't it, and hard to believe SAF couldn't have got him in line. Should have played as CF. Could have been Sir Bobby Charlton 2.0Truth be told he stifles them himself. Getting him to actually play as a striker is nigh on impossible, he just doesn't have the discipline, would rather chase the ball and end up 20 yards behind the play
Yeah we definitely should have cashed in two summers ago, when his reputation was still miles ahead of his ability. By now most people have noticed he's not superstar-good. Moyes, unfortunately, being the last to catch on.That's why Ferguson wanted rid of him.