Rfuna wrote:Exactly. It would be "utter madness" if you hadn't watched Gattuso at all this season yet still felt the need to jump at me like a "mad dog on speed". Actually, you stating that he makes laser accurate tackles makes me wonder if you watched him at all last season. Gattuso is still fiery at heart but he doesn't contest or fight as hard as he once did. It was also the case last season but I put it down to injury or loss of form. But even now, when he has lost the captaincy and even been dropped to the bench, he hasn't been able to reproduce the style of play he has been known for all these years. If you haven't yet noticed I haven't updated anything yet, I"m still waiting, even for a glimpse. BUt then those of you waiting to watch him, you may have to wait a while since he no longer holds a starting berth. although with Seedorf is at present injured and a derby match coming up game after next, i this weekends match vs Siena will be perfect to catch Gatusso, and even Flamini.Alcohomicide wrote:Van, I aint saying I agree or disagree with it - but how much Gattuso have you seen this season?
I have watched Gatusso 3/4 times this season, yet I concede that my thoughts are based mainly on the two seasons before that, rather than this one. My main concern is such a drastic drop during such a short period of time, I would understand maybe if at the start of the season you wanted to drop it a few points, Gatusso tackling is still top, top class, and whilst his tackling was certainly erratic last season, you cannot say that in quite a few games, his tackling was spot on. You've obviously seen more of him than me this season, and most likely last season but I am still firmly against dropping him by such a massive amount, I mean, do you really think Flamini's been showing a greater work-rate than Gatusso? Also, Prosser as I stated before, he is not an 'Anchor Man' type player, anyway, I thought you'd left the forum? Can you go please?