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Viazon
21-07-2010, 13:39
As many people may know, Ribery is consider to be a very great player. He is especially a good plaer to have on the game. I have had him before for my team and he has done extremely well.

As Man City, I have just managed to sign him on free transfer, which most teams would conisder a bargain. Despite the fact of his reputation and the fact I got him for nothing, before the season has even started and before he has even played a single game, the fans are unhappy with me signing hiim. Bit odd.

Socko
21-07-2010, 13:41
Interesting situation you have there. Do the fans already have a favourite player who's place might be seen as under threat due to the arrival of Ribery?

Viazon
21-07-2010, 14:17
Well, Ribery natural postition on the game is left attacking midfielder, and players I had in that position before were Adam Johnson and Martin Petrov. When I signed Ribery, I sold Petrov, to which the fans have said they feel it was the right choice to let him leave, so they couldnt have loved him that much. As for Adam Johnson, I still plan to use him but I would consider him to be the fans favourite player.

Cougar2010
21-07-2010, 14:45
He probably has a reputation as a trouble maker.

Whats his personality & media handling style?

aditya
21-07-2010, 14:54
screenshot?

edgar555
21-07-2010, 15:15
Maybe they are unhappy that their under age daughters are at risk (allegedly).

DJJOEYT
21-07-2010, 15:15
Iv'e never had success with Ribery .. but the fans should not be saying that! :thup:

Chochip
21-07-2010, 15:16
Could be that he likes a club that is in rivalry with ManC.

aderow
21-07-2010, 15:19
Maybe they are unhappy that their under age daughters are at risk (allegedly).

I figured it wouldnt take very long for one of these comments to show up

edgar555
21-07-2010, 15:20
I figured it wouldnt take very long for one of these comments to show up

I don't like to disappoint or keep you hanging.

DJJOEYT
21-07-2010, 15:30
Maybe they are unhappy that their under age daughters are at risk (allegedly). lightened up another wise painfull day at work ...

edgar555
21-07-2010, 15:36
lightened up another wise painfull day at work ...

Then my work here is done. :D

TacticalGenius
21-07-2010, 15:37
Except that she wasn't actually underage. For prostitution she was, but not for sex.

Don't get me wrong, I don't like the guy, but lets not accuse people of things more sinister...

edgar555
21-07-2010, 15:42
Except that she wasn't actually underage. For prostitution she was, but not for sex.

Don't get me wrong, I don't like the guy, but lets not accuse people of things more sinister...

Did you not see my (allegedly). Maybe I should have added a ;) to make it clear it was a bit of humour.

TacticalGenius
21-07-2010, 16:03
Yeah I saw it, and realise it is an attempt at humour. But things snowball and someone is bound to read it as Ribery is a kiddy fidler. Just like to make things clear ;)

aderow
21-07-2010, 17:22
Yeah I saw it, and realise it is an attempt at humour. But things snowball and someone is bound to read it as Ribery is a kiddy fidler. Just like to make things clear ;)

Either way he cheated on his wife so he's scum ;) :D

9inchnails
21-07-2010, 18:10
be cos it is a fake one,isn't it ?


lol,the real one is franck ribery

gcormack
21-07-2010, 18:45
i just had this with arsenal, its cause he has a reputation as a trouble maker. if he plays well they will soon forget it.

Lord Rowell
21-07-2010, 18:53
As has already been said here, he most likely had a reputation as a troublemaker / unprofessional / disruptive influence. While of course he (and Benzema for that matter) are innocent until proven guilty, it all ties in with the fact that they have been formally charged.

Link to report in The Guardian newspaper (http://http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2010/jul/20/franck-ribery-charged-soliciting-underage-prostitute)

As an aside, Manchester Utd were interested in both of these players not so long ago and while other reasons (expense, finance etc) were touted as being why their interest cooled, I can't help but think that Sir Alex probably had suspicions of what their off-field behaviour might involve and concluded they weren't appropriate for his club.

Brose
23-07-2010, 16:32
Sir Alex can't stand nonsense like this and would kick them a few flying boots.

lee50_11
23-07-2010, 16:41
Ribery is a kiddy fidler???

DJJOEYT
23-07-2010, 16:45
broken link .. not that i tried to go on it or anything

craigcwwe
23-07-2010, 16:57
I wouldn't say he is a "very great player"