shahensha wrote:can you say something rational instead of taking digs at people? Its not that hard. Just requires some intelligence. If you have no point to elaborate, then only can you make false claims that people have started watching this sport yesterday or are ignorant rookies. I know who and what Ronaldo, Adriano and Ronaldinho did but just hold on to your vagina for a moment and let me clear the grains of stupidity out of it.
read then post, read then post..............i did read then post and I can summarize it in very simple words
What if Ronaldinho, Ronaldo and Adriano get back to the same level they were in? They just fell off because of their personal problems. However they destroyed everyone in their prime so if they get back to the same level again it will be game over......if
On the other hand, I am giving you are a reality check. Fabiano has been starting for brazil since november of 2007. He has been scoring goals consistently. 25 in 36 games is not an easy task. He won the golden boot award in the copa confederations. He is a very talented striker. Ofcourse not as talented as those three were in their prime but now that their prime is gone, Fabiano is better if not just as good.
Also the goals they scored were in the brazillian league. Fabiano scores the same amount in the spanish league. Just to put it into perspective without sounding repeptetive. Majority of the players called up by Dunga are not from the brazillian league but from abroad.
Sounds like you did your research and actually read a few things..
You still continue, to post your feelings while im only giving you a bath of facts..
I never posted anything fictional, or emotional from my part, though sometimes I wanted to blurt out some and trust I have the reasons..
But I maintained professional, thing that you couldnt really do, but like you said, your under the influence of weed 90% of the time you post, so I guess I should get use to that..
Now I have a few Quesitons..
1) Did brazil EVER play with Just 1 striker???
2) Does it mean that if Dunga calls most European league players that two Geniuses playing in their prime cant be called again just cause they play in Brazil??
Now, good, Fabiano is good.. You admit not as good as the other 3 in their prime but good..
This topic is about Dunga, calling Adriano and Ronaldo up..
Ronaldo said "When I score, I score thinking of 2010 WC" and guess what, he is scoring goals.. he is recovering his level.. His prime aint gone.. He already came back twice.. Dunga is noticing this..
Adriano said "I want to play in S.A. 2010, there fore I want to recover my level" Guess what, he is Scoring Goals .. He scored 19 in 30 games.. He won the brazilian Championship.. Granted, its not the ITALIAN championship, but its a start.. He aint gonna transfer inspite of the multiple offers he has..
Dunga has noticed this, and called Adriano up already.. Its quite misterious that he didnt call up Ronaldo, that has the same ammount of goals.. Maybe he wants to push him more..
Its clear that the two are motivated to play in S.A.
Ronaldo, to probably say goodbye to his career with the perfect end.. And Adriano to boost his career..
If the same players, same body, same talent, same skills, have the same motivation, why not think they can come back to the same level that they played when all these factors where the same.. Ronaldo is motivated, is fit, is healthy, is skilled, and is practicing, just like 4 years ago.. Why cant he reach his prime again??? Why cant adriano, that is still fit, healthy, motivated, practicing ??? 19 goals isnt easy..
So many players have come back, they said they are gonna come back, they are scoring goals, they are winning championships, why not call them up????
They are gonna reach their prime.. Players dont have 1 prime for 1 season and then they cant reach it no more..
Ronaldo was destroying italy, then he tore his ACL and everybody thought he was done, he came back, won the WORLD CUP 2002, top goal scorer, and signed for Real Madrid, some where along the lines he injured again, and came back this time better.. in 2006 he was top goal scorer too.. Now the same guy, says hes coming back and is proving it.. He is the perfect example that a good player like him, doesnt have 1 year for a prime, they have a CAREER for a prime and thats why he is so good.. His prime isnt gone, its there if he wants it, if he wants to train for it, and I think he does, so once again the same dude, if he trains he will reach his level.. its a simple formula....
Adriano is already called up..
And final detail.. Luis Fabiano doesnt score the same amount of goals.. Last season in 26 leaugue games he scored 8 goals..
Ronaldo scored 19 in 31 thats better record, maybe not the same level of league, but it is a profesional league and a very good one that feeds the wowrld with the best players..
Also, when Ronaldo was in Spain, he scored 25 + goals in the league, something Fabiano cant do..
Same is the Case with adriano
To wrap it up..
These two are better quality than that Fabiano..Score with theyre eyes on the prize and Im talking about the World Cup.. And Say they are coming back to theyre prime level..Already are coming back.. One has already been called to the national team.. The other one hasnt yet.. But if he continues his scoring run, theres no way he wont, because Dunga aint dumb, and he wants the GOLDEN TROPHY.. And any player, on whatever league the play, if they are playing good they and scoring like these two will get called.. Even if his name is arnold swarzeneger and your 45, you will still called, no matter what your pass is.. A perfect example is ADRIANO
As of Today Fabiano is number 1 forward. Brazil has never played with 1 forward on field, 2 or 3.. and in the bench 2 more..
I calculate, if things go on as the logic showws.. Fabiano Ronaldo Adriano Hulk Nilmar Robinho will be the strikers going to S.A.
IF things keep going the way they are.. And an injury or death is the only thing that would change things.. Because as the date gets closer the motivation gets bigger, and they keep scoring and scoring baby, so world get ready to see a super Brazil!