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Robinho is Amazing!

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SuperConCon

Guest
Who watched robinho tonight?!

This kid is amazing and he will be the best in the world in 2 years ... he already is the best player to me right now, but he doesnt play in Europe so people dont think that... but i guess we will have to wait!
 

lumlum

Premiership
3 August 2003
MUFC
We don't get live south american football here, but we do get recorded matches of the argentinian premier league.

So what exactly did he do to impress you so much.
 

RuneEdge

Silent Assassin
1 October 2003
Manchester United
Welcome to yesterday, my friend.
Robinho has been a good player for a while.
 

Joystick

Deep like Titanic
10 August 2004
London
The Arse
I saw him play for Santos in Brazil 2 years ago. He scored one and set up two, completely a class apart. I can't believe he hasn't been snapped up by a European club yet. No disrespect to the Brazilian league....
 
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metal jason

Guest
I dont think he's amazing or as good as other peoples say when he was playing in HK.
 
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SuperConCon

Guest
i know he has been good for a long time, im brazilian I watch all his games...
but yesterdays game was amazing...
he almost scored the goal of the century... but the last guy tackled him and he got a PK...
and he hasnt gone to europe yet cause santos is a great team, and they are smart, the longer they hold him, the more money they get...

and robinho is THAT GOOD...
 
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ghazi

Guest
Robinho is a true talent, and he will remain with Santos until the World Cup. He wants to stay to ensure he doesnt ride the bench or experience a first year dip in form in another league just before the World Cup. Plus, Santos want to keep him, hope he plays some in the world cup, the qualifiers and the confederation Cup so that his price tag jumps.

I think he would be best suited for spain because the tough tackling of the EPL will certainly be a threat to his slender legs and ankles. . that's one of the concerns folks had with Arjen Robben.
 

drunkenmonkey

Catfish
6 December 2004
Blackpool F.C
he is utter world class, he should come to england and would piss the young footy of the year award
 

Revan

out the window
8 August 2003
Madeira, Portugal.
FC Porto
From what I have seen of him so far he looks tremendous.
but examples form the past show that not all players adapt to european football or perform as great as everyone thought they would.
But I hope he isn't one of them!
 

X1m0

League 2
17 May 2003
Here in Spain the media gives sure his trade to Real Madrid.
As they count, I'll be waiting to confirm it when Copa Libertadores finish , not to cause interferences in the competition in course.
 

RuneEdge

Silent Assassin
1 October 2003
Manchester United
Milanista said:
Look how successful Robben is though.
That is true but wait till next season and watch how everyone will lunge in with the tackles.
The same happened with Cristiano Ronaldo. The first season he used all his tricks and everything to get past players but once people realised they cant take him on fairly, they now just jump right in with tackles which most of the time are fouls.
Robben is definately gonna experience the same thing. Its a sad thing but english players dont like seeing foreigners come in with their fancy moves and skills.
If you cant beat 'em, Kick 'em! :mrgreen:

Sheep said:
He is a virgin though.
:lmao:
 
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SuperConCon

Guest
Revan said:
From what I have seen of him so far he looks tremendous.
but examples form the past show that not all players adapt to european football or perform as great as everyone thought they would.
But I hope he isn't one of them!
But nobody was so famous like Robinho is, and he is still in Brazil! Not even Ronaldinho was... and I know i those players and everyone talked about them, but not like Robinho... Robinho is just a player that comes out every 40 years or more... and he plays for santos which is my team's rival!

This kid will be something... it sucks that he is gonna play the Confederation Cup, cause he is going to be amazing and eal madrid willd efinately buy him...

and whoever didnt see his move in his last libertadores game, try fiding it online... WOW!
 
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ghazi

Guest
Milanista, you are correct - Robben is one of the most amazing players in the EPL, no doubt. But his slender and slight frame was a concern, and he has already missed several games because of foot injuries. Its just pure physics at play.

I think a guy with a load of skill and speed like Robinho is best suited for the Spanish league where he can pause on the ball, slow down and then make a move. In England, he will be gettin' nailed and closed down.

Either way, the kid is a sick talent.

ConCon - i saw the highlights of that game and the moves he made were amazing. he made the defenders look like kids!
 
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SuperConCon

Guest
Robinho willnever go to england... brazilains dont go to england except for like 5...

He will gol to real madrid, or barça
 

curswine

Premiership
3 May 2004
Fleetwood
In was in the paper here this morning that Arsenal were in for Robinho and Man Yoo were after Juninho Pernambucano depends where you live but if you live in the UK an have Sky you can get live Brazilian football on Channel 425 or Record TV 830 on sundays about this time...
 
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cleric

Guest
could you give links to some videos of Robinho goals?
 

Fred_Gavioes

Brazilian showman
19 February 2003
Lowell/Massachusetts/USA
CORINTHIANS and BRASIL
i agree. he will be the world's best in 2-3 years, he is very good, and the brazilian television (GLOBO) decided to support him, as they did with ROnaldo when he was a younger player from Brazil.
 
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