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Worst Serie A Transfers This Season


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He has started 3 games, and has been doing good in those. Don't get me wrong, Berna is one of the most brilliant italian players in the league. But when a team pays 40m you kind of expect him to start. So I don't blame this on him, but on Allegri, he is to good of a player to keep on the bench. 

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Bernadeschi hasn’t earned anything in football to be handed a reprieve. He’s been a waste of money as has every Milan player signed this season. Not that those Milan players are crap, but that they were signed because there was money to sign them and obviously he who forked out plays a lot of EA FIFA. 

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The instant success craved by football fans shouldn't lead Bernardeschi to be labelled the 'Worst Signing'. He hasn't been signed for these six months, but for years to come. Honestly, so fickle to believe that he should instantly transform into a key player for the Champions of Italy, after being at essentially a midtable team.

People take time to adapt to change in any role in life, why can't footballers be the same? Football fans seem to expect these people to not be humans that can initially struggle with lots of changes. Seems football fans are the people that seem to think football is like a video game.

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5 minutes ago, ScoRoss said:

The instant success craved by football fans shouldn't lead Bernardeschi to be labelled the 'Worst Signing'. He hasn't been signed for these six months, but for years to come. Honestly, so fickle to believe that he should instantly transform into a key player for the Champions of Italy, after being at essentially a midtable team.

People take time to adapt to change in any role in life, why can't footballers be the same? Football fans seem to expect these people to not be humans that can initially struggle with lots of changes. Seems football fans are the people that seem to think football is like a video game.

That was way too considerate mate!... Hahaha

But you are right to be honest. At the same time, football is cruel and big status clubs don’t tend to hang around waiting for you to suddenly get used to things. Many players fall by the wasteside during periods like that when they’re young and although it’s wrong, it’s also a mark of what society is these days in terms of wanting success yesterday. 

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On 5/12/2017 at 6:36 PM, Umit Yirmi said:

Has been injured for most of the time so I have to disagree, he was brought in on a loan to give the team more options. 

That's exactly the point, he will be injured for most of his loan period, waste of money and a transfer.

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18 hours ago, ScoRoss said:

The instant success craved by football fans shouldn't lead Bernardeschi to be labelled the 'Worst Signing'. He hasn't been signed for these six months, but for years to come. Honestly, so fickle to believe that he should instantly transform into a key player for the Champions of Italy, after being at essentially a midtable team.

People take time to adapt to change in any role in life, why can't footballers be the same? Football fans seem to expect these people to not be humans that can initially struggle with lots of changes. Seems football fans are the people that seem to think football is like a video game.

Wow, that's actually a great point, we do expect very much as fans, probably to a fault. 

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On 12/6/2017 at 4:45 PM, ScoRoss said:

The instant success craved by football fans shouldn't lead Bernardeschi to be labelled the 'Worst Signing'. He hasn't been signed for these six months, but for years to come. Honestly, so fickle to believe that he should instantly transform into a key player for the Champions of Italy, after being at essentially a midtable team.

People take time to adapt to change in any role in life, why can't footballers be the same? Football fans seem to expect these people to not be humans that can initially struggle with lots of changes. Seems football fans are the people that seem to think football is like a video game.

That isn't the exact point though. As of right now he has been bad, not good enough; and we can only quantify and rate the past, not the future. In the future he may not be a flop, but as of right now, he is.

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But you have people claiming it was a waste of money, for a 23 year old with potentially a long career to come at Juventus. That is incomparable to Howedes, who was literally brought in just for this season and has hardly played. You have to judge the situation as well as the performances to really judge a transfer.

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