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PostSubject: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:04 am

The factors taken into account are

(a) form over the last 12 months,
(b) potential, and
(c) transfer fee involved.

The extension from ten to twenty was compiled by taking into account previous editions.

This week Mirko Vucinic, Martin Cáceres and TomᚠUjfaluši were knocked out of the top 20 in favour of three new editions. Find out who below...


20. Giovani Dos Santos (Barcelona to Tottenham)
Last week: 17

A rather opportunistic and clever signing by Juande Ramos, but he is a gamble nonetheless. There is a good reason Barcelona got rid of him on the cheap. His attitude had been a subject of concern for eighteen months, which saw young Bojan Krkić leap ahead of him in the pecking order. His impact on the dressing room had not made positive news either. Spurs fans must hope that was the exception and not the rule.


19. Hatem Ben Arfa (Lyon to Marseille)
Last Week: 16

Marseille have lost Samir Nasri to Arsenal, but have managed to land the perfect replacement in the man Arsene Wenger had his sights on to start with. What is more, they can keep him for a year or two, and make a cool 8-10 million profit.


18. Alberto Gilardino (Milan to Fiorentina)
Last Week: 15

On the face of it, it looks like the Viola have signed an unhappy, out-of-form striker. However, that was just what Adrian Mutu's move from Juventus looked like not so long ago. The fans will help him forget Milan in a hurry, and rediscover the striker that wowed Calcio when at Parma. The partnership with Mutu can be backed to produce some special moments in the Champions League.


17. Andriy Shevchenko (Chelsea to AC Milan)
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After two seasons of mediocrity at Chelsea, the Ukrainian is back at his spiritual home. Nonetheless this is a considerable gamble for the rossoneri: with a full complement of fit strikers, a Shevchenko who cannot hit form may warm the bench. On the other hand his return - even as a 30-year-old - could signal a goalscoring comeback unseen in Serie A since... well, since Andriy Shevchenko.


16. Julio Baptista (Real Madrid to AS Roma)
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The Beast, The Tank - you'd be as well calling him The Happy Wanderer, for the Brazilian has now experienced three countries in as many seasons. The 26-year-old has only seldom repeated the form that saw him shine at Sevilla four seasons ago, but he began the last campaign well enough with Madrid. Part of the problem is that he's been kept out of position for so long in order to accommodate more prestigious players: if Roma can build a system around him, instead of slotting him in wherever there happens to be a space, they could have a real superstar on their hands.


15. Seydou Keita (Sevilla to Barcelona)
Last Week: 14

At the time of his arrival he was the best signing Barcelona had made this season, particularly in light of the way their soft underbelly was exposed on the road last year. With him partnering Yaya Touré in the middle, it will ensure that the likes of Andres Iniesta and Lionel Messi do not get bullied, and also get the full license to thrill. 15 million euros worth their value.


14. Ezequiel Garay (Racing Santander to Real Madrid)
Last Week: 13

What a capture! Barcelona seemed to have him in the bag, but hesitated a little too much as they waited for Frank Rijkaard to leave and a new coach to take charge. Madrid managed to snatch Sergio Ramos a few years ago, and what a signing that has turned out to be. This one may be no different.


13. Deco (Barcelona to Chelsea)
Last Week: 12

On the wrong side of 30, a first look suggests that he is past it, but nothing could be further from the truth. There is a fire that burns in him as we saw during Euro 2008, and he has a lot more to give to football. He is not what Frank Lampard is, as he will never score as many goals. But then, he is also everything Lampard is not. Superb creativity, a great eye for the game, and an ability to run the show that has seen him win the Champions League with two different clubs. Finally, Chelsea have a player who can orchestrate the pleasing football their owner wants. With Ballack and Essien set to play around him, it will be an ominous midfield.


12. Amantino Mancini (Roma to Inter)
Last Week: 11

Jose Mourinho does not quite promote exciting football, but he does like a fast, aggressive winger forward at least on one flank. That is just what he has found in Mancini, who will be handed the license to thrill just as Arjen Robben was during the glory years at Chelsea. Tends to blow hot and cold, though, as Roma found out last season. Lack of consistency will not go down well with the 'Special One', so he does need to focus a lot more.


11. David Bentley (Blackburn to Tottenham)
Last Week: 10

A great way for Spurs to show their ambition - by winning the race for the talented Blackburn winger, and in the process signing a former Arsenal youngster. Given what Juande Ramos did with Jesus Navas - a very similar player - this one has success written all over it. He has the potential form a formidable attacking midfield along with Giovani Dos Santos and Luka Modric.


10. Robbie Keane (Tottenham to Liverpool)
Last Week: 9

Make no mistake, I rate him very highly. That said, the Reds paid a few millions too many. He will still score the 15-20 goals needed to complement Fernando Torres' 25-30, so Rafa might just have splashed the extra cash with good reason. Their draw happy start to the season destroyed their title challenge last time around, so goals is what they need, and that is what they will get.


9. Amauri (Palermo to Juventus)
Last Week: 8

The Brazilian-Italian striker made it to number three after earning himself a long overdue move to a top four club, but now slips down to nine. He has already shown his potential with Palermo, and the prospect of him getting some top quality service from the Juve midfield is simply mouth-watering. Champions League, here he comes.


8. Vincent Kompany (Hamburg SV to Manchester City)
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The former Hamburg man left Germany under something of a cloud in order to affect a very quick transfer to City, but for all the "shotgun wedding" nature of the move it seems to have been the Mancunians' best of the summer. Put it this way: just one game into his tenure he put in a confident, mature showing in what is thought to be the world's fastest and most furious league, then said afterwards with characteristic nonchalance that he learned his new teammates' names on the pitch. Imagine what he'll be like once he's settled in and has a bit more experience.


7. Daniel Alves (Sevilla to Barcelona)
Last Week: 7

Chelsea, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester United – these are just some of the clubs that have queued up for him over the last 18 months or so. However, it is Barcelona who land him after some difficult negotiations with Sevilla. Perhaps a touch overpriced at 30 million euros (he would have been number one on this list at 20m), but then again, he is the best attacking full-back this world has seen since Roberto Carlos.


6. Samir Nasri (Marseille to Arsenal)
Last Week: 6

The highly rated French international is the latest to join the clan of young Gunners. Many view him as a replacement for Aliaksandr Hleb, while others go a step further and call him the next Zidane. He has had some problems with injuries, but let's hope those were exceptions as opposed to the rule. The prodigous playmaker is at number five.


5. Ronaldinho (Barcelona to Milan)
Last Week: 5

A gamble? Yes. But given the chance, would you sign one of the all time greats of football for a third of his market price last summer? You bet you would. At 28, he is far from over. Some diet planning and some tough training, and he will give at least three or four good years to the Rossoneri. A gamble nonetheless, or he would definitely have been number one. Number four for the Gaucho.


4. Luka Modric (Dinamo Zagreb to Tottenham)
Last Week: 4

The hottest young Croatian was snapped up by Spurs despite the interest of clubs such as Barcelona and Chelsea, and what a signing it has already turned out to be. Looks set to become the jewel in Juande Ramos' midfield next season. He remains at the sharp end of our list.


3. Aliaksandr Hleb (Arsenal to Barcelona)
Last Week: 3

A very shrewd buy, and what could very well turn out to be a stroke of genius from Barcelona. With Lionel Messi expected to run the show, what they needed was not a Ronaldinho, but a tireless, no-nosense attacking midfielder to offer support from the other flank - without hogging possession or the limelight. And they got him on the cheap too. A true critics' player in that while fans rave about others, he runs away with the technical plaudits.


2. Mathieu Flamini (Arsenal to Milan)
Last Week: 2

The underrated Frenchman was one of Arsenal's best players last season, and Milan's signing was nothing less than a coup. That it was a free transfer makes it even better. Has been the smartest transfer this summer for a while, now, but drops down to number two, finally.


1. Rafael van der Vaart (Hamburg to Real Madrid)
Last Week: 1

A lifelong Barcelona fan and one of the best playmakers in the world today, how Madrid managed to sign him for nine million euros I don't know. What is even more baffling is how Hamburg let him go at that price (even if clauses could raise it to 13m). I would probably have put him up here even if he had cost 15 million. A downright steal, and just the kind of person who will add to Bernd Schuster's team without destroying it (get the hint?).
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:08 am

I STRONGLY DISAGREE WITH THIS ARTICLE ON WHY RONALDINHO SHOULD BE IN THE 5TH SPOT. THERE ARE TNS OF PLAYER WHICH SHOULD HAVE THIS SPOT INSTEAD OF HIM SUCH AS
1. AMAURI
2. DECO
3. ROBBIE KEANE
4..................................etc..

ALL THESE PLAYERS WOULD DESERVE A BETTER SPOT THAN HIM.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:10 am

you forgot hleb nd also u forgot borowski
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:13 am

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you forgot hleb nd also u forgot borowski

1st of all this is an article from Goal.com n Loddz didnt do that himself he just copied it Very Happy
2nd how come u consider Borowski a top transfer affraid

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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:17 am

surely its one of the best 20 transfers this season how come falminis transfer is better and also kompanys transfer is better nd bentley
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:32 am

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surely its one of the best 20 transfers this season how come falminis transfer is better and also kompanys transfer is better nd bentley

cause the conditions n fees in the transfer was more important n also the players performances
Bentley is definatly one of the best because of it's fee n Bentley's great EPL campaign last season with Blackburn
Flamini had a great last season with Arsenal and Milan captured him as a free transfer which is so hard
Kompany is one of the most promisin defenders in Europe n he moved for 13.8 million euros which is a high fee as well.

What is Borowski compared 2 these transfers

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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:41 am

Borowski was signed on a free from a direct rival though...

I think he could be in there, instead of Sheva maybe.


I don't get why they rank Garay, yes he sealed a move to Real but he will represent them next season, not now.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:43 am

borowski...........................no comment
but i think dani alves world best back right
is the top transfer
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 3:06 am

HEY YOU FORGOT ABOUT RONALDINHO HOW IS HE IN THE FIFTH SPOT AND PLAYERS LIKE:
AMAURI, DECO, ROBBIE KEANE. ARE NOT.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 3:15 am

shiko! wrote:
borowski...........................no comment
but i think dani alves world best back right
is the top transfer

Dani Alvez aint the best right back in the world , sorry
how do u define Maicon pushin him on the bench in the NT
Maicon proved he is the best ryt back in the world n this aint my own oppinion it's what experts n big magazines say n even Dunga himself.
Maicon is the new cafe (full stop)

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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 3:41 am

who is dunga as a coach beside juan de ramos???????
and even if he is not dani alves he is ramos,bosingwa or eboue
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 3:46 am

who is better than who dunga was good player but a manger from 2 years no career no history as a manger if micon is the best where is ramos,alves,eboue either more players are better dunga speak according to realty not to your oppiniun as the player is brazilian or shut your mouth...
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 3:46 am

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who is dunga as a coach beside juan de ramos???????
and even if he is not dani alves he is ramos,bosingwa or eboue

waw affraid
Bosingwa n Eboue r better than Maicon !!!!!!
well it can be argumentary between Maicon n Dani Alvez but Bosingwa or Eboue , man u dunno what r u talkin about
u hardly watched any matches for Bosingwa n even if u did u r just provin that u have some vision problems callin him better than Maicon n Eboue maybe is stronger physically or better defensivly but in general Maicon is better plus Eboue was playin on RW last season with Sagna on RB.

Sergio Ramos is a natural CB , he can be a very good RB but not as good as Maicon.

get ur World Soccer magazine edition n u'll see that all critics n fans voted Maicon best RB last season he is there in the World Soccer team of the year.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 3:56 am

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who is better than who dunga was good player but a manger from 2 years no career no history as a manger if micon is the best where is ramos,alves,eboue either more players are better dunga speak according to realty not to your oppiniun as the player is brazilian or shut your mouth...

Dunga has no history as a manger
been a manager for just 2 years and already won Coppa America
in coppa america he was usin Maicon as RB n Dani Alvez when was used he was playin RW n Dunga proved he was ryt n won Coppa America
full stop can't argue about it.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 3:59 am

mahdy ur speakin as if ur the only that have a tv in ur house
what about dunga in the olympic games?
no comparison bet him and de ramos
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:04 am

and this bosingwa was in the official team of euro 08
and he playyed a great role with porto to win 3 consecutive leagues
and took this honours with porto

<LI>Portuguese League 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008
<LI>Portuguese Cup 2006
<LI>Portuguese Supercup 2004, 2006
<LI>FIFA Intercontinental Cup 2004
<LI>UEFA Champions League 2004
<LI>UEFA Team of the Tournament 2008
and he played over standing on miguel who was sitting on the bench in the NT</LI>
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:07 am

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mahdy ur speakin as if ur the only that have a tv in ur house
what about dunga in the olympic games?
no comparison bet him and de ramos

it's not like i'm the only one who has TV in his house but u cant fool me n convince me ur watchin Bosingwa b4 play with Port in the portoguese league , sorry i aint that stupid 2 belive it
even if u do watch him , Portugese league aint as compatitive as the italian

i didnt also mention that Dunga is better than Juan De Ramos dont just invent stories based on ur imagination , show me where did i mention that Dunga is better than Juan De Ramos.

ok Dunga had a bad olympics but can u tell me when did Brazil ever been successful at the olympics ??

Dunga since took on Brazil hot seat he was able to beat Argentina 2wice once 3-0 in a friendly in England , 2nd again 3-0 in the coppa america final and last game it was a 0-0 draw.
Dunga aint that bad , he is just inexperienced and he has no histry yet cause he has been a coach just 4 the last 2 years and already won Coppa America which is a good achievment.

Maicon is the best RB in the world that's ma oppinion and it aint only mine , i'm sure u aint as good as World Soccer critics or even as Dunga

Bosingwa is good but not as good as Maicon or didnt achieve or performed as Maicon did last 2 seasons , neither did Eboue and he isn't even to be compared with Maicon technically plus last season he wasnt even a RB as i said.Sergio Ramos is a CB naturally n he is a very good RB but not as Maicon.

Sorry ma oppinion , cant change that.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:09 am

eboue is fucking shit, Sagna is much better than him or anyother right back in England for that matter if not Europe

and Hleb as number 3, Hleb is fucking shit, plays shit for 3 seasons, manage 3 goals last season always runs into plays and loses ball and thinks hes big than club, glad he fucked off

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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:09 am

shiko! wrote:
and this bosingwa was in the official team of euro 08
and he playyed a great role with porto to win 3 consecutive leagues
and took this honours with porto

<LI>Portuguese League 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008
<LI>Portuguese Cup 2006
<LI>Portuguese Supercup 2004, 2006
<LI>FIFA Intercontinental Cup 2004
<LI>UEFA Champions League 2004
<LI>UEFA Team of the Tournament 2008
and he played over standing on miguel who was sitting on the bench in the NT</LI>

Hey hey
most of these achievments Bosingwa was a bench player and P.Ferreira was the starter lol!
man ur just provin more that u know nothin about Bosingwa.

he had a good Euros , ok agreed but Maicon doesnt play in the euros this aint his problem.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:12 am

not 2 mention that all his achievments are in portoguese league which is not compatitive at all.

and if ur gonna consider it that way then take a look at Lyon players achievments then u can consider them the best team in the world and each player the best in his position !!!

things aint measured this way

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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:15 am

Maicon Honours

Clubs

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 2003
Copa do Brasil 2003
Campeonato Mineiro 2003
Italian Serie A 2006/2007 - 2007/2008
Italian Super Cup 2006/2007 - 2008/2009

International

2004 Copa América - Winner
2005 Confederations Cup - Winner
2007 Copa América - Winner

I dont think that Maicon honours are bad , maybe even better than ur Bosingwa

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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:17 am

but posingwa play leading role in his team beside lucho,quaresma and postiga
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:21 am

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but posingwa play leading role in his team beside lucho,quaresma and postiga

as an inter fan i'm sure that we Inter fans and Mancini or now Mourinho consideres Maicon one of Inter's most powerful weapons and if he aint playin a major role which is not true it's just cause Inter r full with great players beside Maicon who is definatly one of them.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:29 am

HEY YOU FORGOT ABOUT RONALDINHO HOW IS HE IN THE FIFTH SPOT AND PLAYERS LIKE:
AMAURI, DECO, ROBBIE KEANE. ARE NOT.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 25)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:32 am

EL LODDZ wrote:
HEY YOU FORGOT ABOUT RONALDINHO HOW IS HE IN THE FIFTH SPOT AND PLAYERS LIKE:
AMAURI, DECO, ROBBIE KEANE. ARE NOT.

well just 2 be fair i think we need 2 be more patient n see how Dinho perform with Milan b4 criticizin him or his entry number , maybe he will re find his form in Italy , who know n at the end of the season he can be considered the number 1 transfer even

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