Jump to content

Kaka (merged)


CFCCAN

Recommended Posts

Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti is ready to swoop for Brazilian ace Kaka - Todays headlines in the People......they state that Chelsea want them both for 100 mill....a wish list I fancy? Jose may let Kaka go if he gets a player also.....Ashley Cole..would we give him up for Kaka plus cash? :o

Link to comment
Share on other sites


I would rather Ozil and Aguero/Muller

Me too. And there aren't many players I like enough to give up ashley. I'd be quite happy if it happens, but still, ozil/aguero would be better, imo.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I would rather Ozil and Aguero/Muller

Agree 100%. The above would be exciting signings with, all in their early 20's. Perfect.

An ageing Kaka reminds me of the Shevchenko scenario all over again.

Torres seems to be a huge risk as he is injury prone.

Link to comment
Share on other sites


as i stated elsewhere - no thanks. Torres may be a great striker when he's on form, but he's also inconsistent, petulant, injury prone and would cost a fortune, as would Kaka, who has also been off form of late. in fact, looking at recent form, if Real are interested in Ashley Cole, it's they who should be offering Kaka in part exchange.

if club are to spend anything like £100 million, or even half that amount, then money could be used far more wisely.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

In no way do I want A.Cole to leave Chelsea, worlds best left back and trading him and money for kaka would be a big, big mistake.

50 million for kaka is way to expensive anyway, isnt he 28 or 29 now anyway?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

only RM players I'd want atm would be Higuain and Alonso

Maybe Torres, for no other reason to rub it in the scousers face "He'll never sign for another EPL club, he is to loyal to us!!!! He said he wants his daughter to haev a scouser accent!!!!!!!!11" HAhahahahhahahahahhaa

Link to comment
Share on other sites


only RM players I'd want atm would be Higuain and Alonso

Maybe Torres, for no other reason to rub it in the scousers face "He'll never sign for another EPL club, he is to loyal to us!!!! He said he wants his daughter to haev a scouser accent!!!!!!!!11" HAhahahahhahahahahhaa

I would take Ronaldo and quite a few more than those, but the point is made, Kaka is probably not a wise investment at this point. I think he is gonna have a big bounce-back year at Madrid this season.

I'd say getting Torres and Kaka is a (crack) pipe dream, but I am starting to think the Ashley Cole to Spain stuff has legs.

I saw a big article with quotes from Sergio Ramos, talking about how Cole and Gerrard should be coming to Madrid, and how much Jose rates them. One interview doesnt mean jack, but its a sign of how the Madrid media machine (Marca, etc) are probably getting behind those transfers. Just like AS are asking every Barca player for quotes about Fabregas coming to Barca, after a while the media pressure become huge.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I think Ashley will leave, and I will be gutted (who'd honestly think they would be saying this a few years ago?)!

I think Jose rates him highly, and rightly so. He's just had a nightmare session at the World Cup; not him personally, but the England team as a whole and he'll be used as a fall guy if the press continue with the "Ashley Hates England" stories.

Add to that, but he's spat in the face of England's media darling, Cherly Cole. There is no way that she will come out of this any other way than smelling of roses. Even down to preliminary reports of her wanting "nothing from Ashley but a quick divorce!" Ashley will be seen as the antihero to her heroine status.

So, you come back to England, to a team full of "mates" but I don't think "fiiends," and you are being villified from every angle. On one hand you can stay and try let your playing do all the talking without the off the field distractions getting in the way (but we all know how Terry's off field antics affected the team last season); on the other, you can go play for one of the biggest teams in the world, and probably see out your career in Spain away from all the bullsh*t.

I think Jose will be on the phone to him pretty quick, and I think we'll all be hoping that Zhirkov can step up rapidly!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I think Ashley will leave, and I will be gutted (who'd honestly think they would be saying this a few years ago?)!

I think Jose rates him highly, and rightly so. He's just had a nightmare session at the World Cup; not him personally, but the England team as a whole and he'll be used as a fall guy if the press continue with the "Ashley Hates England" stories.

Add to that, but he's spat in the face of England's media darling, Cherly Cole. There is no way that she will come out of this any other way than smelling of roses. Even down to preliminary reports of her wanting "nothing from Ashley but a quick divorce!" Ashley will be seen as the antihero to her heroine status.

So, you come back to England, to a team full of "mates" but I don't think "fiiends," and you are being villified from every angle. On one hand you can stay and try let your playing do all the talking without the off the field distractions getting in the way (but we all know how Terry's off field antics affected the team last season); on the other, you can go play for one of the biggest teams in the world, and probably see out your career in Spain away from all the bullsh*t.

I think Jose will be on the phone to him pretty quick, and I think we'll all be hoping that Zhirkov can step up rapidly!

Yeh agree probably the best thing for him to leave if he aint happy in England...great player but no point staying in a team if you are constantly unhappy, however I don't like Zhirkov as a permanent replacement, think he is better in a left midfield position. Only problem is that there are not to many good left backs who we can target, maybe Contraoe from Portual. However Ashley may not leave, just a backup plan will be good if it happens :(

Link to comment
Share on other sites

There is no way in h*ll we will sign both Kaká and Torres, even one of them is a long shot.

Kaká is a true gem. Don't be distracted by the bad year he has had. He will be good come next season. He is one of those players who can singlehandedly make team succeed. Take him out the team and you start losing.

Torres is great as well. This tournament tells nothing about him. I don't think he will move anywhere. If he was to go I think it would be Real.

Cashing in on Ashley Cole wouldn't be the biggest lost we ever had. If someone were to offer 25-30mill for a left back I'd say sell. The position isn't as crucial as creative midfielder or striker and we have Zhirkov. I truly believe the team wouldn't weaken that much if Ashley were to leave. I actually think letting go Ivanovic would be a bigger loss. He can play CB and RB which is a great asset.

Link to comment
Share on other sites


I think Ashley will leave, and I will be gutted (who'd honestly think they would be saying this a few years ago?)!

I think Jose rates him highly, and rightly so. He's just had a nightmare session at the World Cup; not him personally, but the England team as a whole and he'll be used as a fall guy if the press continue with the "Ashley Hates England" stories.

Add to that, but he's spat in the face of England's media darling, Cherly Cole. There is no way that she will come out of this any other way than smelling of roses. Even down to preliminary reports of her wanting "nothing from Ashley but a quick divorce!" Ashley will be seen as the antihero to her heroine status.

So, you come back to England, to a team full of "mates" but I don't think "fiiends," and you are being villified from every angle. On one hand you can stay and try let your playing do all the talking without the off the field distractions getting in the way (but we all know how Terry's off field antics affected the team last season); on the other, you can go play for one of the biggest teams in the world, and probably see out your career in Spain away from all the bullsh*t.

I think Jose will be on the phone to him pretty quick, and I think we'll all be hoping that Zhirkov can step up rapidly!

Jose might rate him but didtn Ashley say he hadnt really enjoyed his football under him and was glad Carlo had let him attack with more freedom? Im not sure he would look forward to having to curb the attacking side of his game again.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I think losing Ash would be a big mistake. There is no one who can replace him at the moment and as good as Zhirkov is, he's more of an attacker with slightly suspect defending capabilities. We had real problems with the right back position before Bossy and later Ivanovic made the position impermeable. We tried Geremy, Boula, Ferriera even Essien without success as most of the goals we conceded came from the right.

Now that we're well placed regarding those positions, I dont want us to create another hole for oppositions to exploit considering we have bigger issues to tackle like a creative/box to box midfielder.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I think losing Ash would be a big mistake. There is no one who can replace him at the moment and as good as Zhirkov is, he's more of an attacker with slightly suspect defending capabilities. We had real problems with the right back position before Bossy and later Ivanovic made the position impermeable. We tried Geremy, Boula, Ferriera even Essien without success as most of the goals we conceded came from the right.

Now that we're well placed regarding those positions, I dont want us to create another hole for oppositions to exploit considering we have bigger issues to tackle like a creative/box to box midfielder.

Losing Ash would be HUGE MISTAKE!!!

Link to comment
Share on other sites


  • 7 months later...

Sami Mokbel must have read this thread. And remembered it. Who he you ask? Sami Mokbel writes for the Mail, and today came up with a story that Abramovich is "lining up a £25million summer move for Brazil star Kaka". I doubt anyone will be surprised to learn that the story contains not a single quote.

Now get Kaka: Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich ready to fund £25m bid

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...

Well, this is awkward!

awkward the office GIF

The Shed End Forum relies on revenue to pay for hosting and upgrades. While we try to keep adverts as unobtrusive as possible without pop ups, we need to run ad's to make sure we can stay online and continue to keep the forum up, as over the years costs have become very high.

Could you please allow adverts on this domain by switching it off. Some of the advert banners can actually be closed to avoid interferance of your experience on The Shed End.

Cheers now!

emma watson yes GIF

Alright already, It's off!