FB Ibra re-release!

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  • OfficerJimlahey
    1843 posts Play-Off Hero
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    alex1987 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    Mrhey31 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    The most over-rated player of all time !

    Lol .. most underrated player. He has won so many titles.

    Yea going to every country and playing for the champions is hard right ? lol he was never the difference

    I would like to nominate this guy for dumbest comments of the day.

    Never a difference(appearances - goals - asissts):
    FC Paris Saint-Germain 180 156 61
    Internazionale 117 66 30
    Ajax Amsterdam 110 48 15
    Juventus FC 92 26 7
    AC Milan 85 56 24
    Manchester United 53 29 10
    FC Barcelona 46 22 13
    Los Angeles Galaxy 28 23 7

    lol his numbers aren't that good how did he do in important matches ?

    Do you watch football? Those numbers at top level are incredible.

    He’s a winner by definition and a massive influence in the dressing room.

  • amrbido_9
    397 posts An Exciting Prospect
    D Heleteli wrote: »
    Some of these comments questioning Ibra's real life football accomplishments and influence he has had on teams are outrageous.

    How can anyone be so petty and blind to not understand how good he was for at least 10 years.

    He gave Juventus a new dimension when he joined them, worked his nuts off for a spot in the team and made the most out of every opportunity he was given, albeit limited opportunities due to how many superstars were competing for the same spots.

    At both Milan clubs he has gone down a legend in their history. Both sides started to decline quickly after he left. Mourinho managed to hold it together at Inter for 1 year post-Ibra before realising they weren't anywhere near the same side as when Ibra was leading the front line.

    Look at the state of AC Milan. He along with Thiago Silva were AC Milan. As soon as they both left for PSG (Who then went on to become a European powerhouse, coincidence?) Milan turned to trash and joined Inter in a dog scrap for 4th place.

    Ibrahimovic is arguably the most influential footballer to play in Italy and it's NO coincidence the Italian league became significantly less competitive after he left for PSG.

    Some of you have no football knowledge pre 2012.

    woww, are you high ?
    gave juventus a new dimension ? really ?

    At milan he was good not phenomenal

    and psg ? really haahahahahah

    yea you have all the knowledge
  • amrbido_9
    397 posts An Exciting Prospect
    And how was he in big league matches and decisive matches in champions league ?
  • D Heleteli
    856 posts Semi-Pro
    edited March 2019
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    D Heleteli wrote: »
    Some of these comments questioning Ibra's real life football accomplishments and influence he has had on teams are outrageous.

    How can anyone be so petty and blind to not understand how good he was for at least 10 years.

    He gave Juventus a new dimension when he joined them, worked his nuts off for a spot in the team and made the most out of every opportunity he was given, albeit limited opportunities due to how many superstars were competing for the same spots.

    At both Milan clubs he has gone down a legend in their history. Both sides started to decline quickly after he left. Mourinho managed to hold it together at Inter for 1 year post-Ibra before realising they weren't anywhere near the same side as when Ibra was leading the front line.

    Look at the state of AC Milan. He along with Thiago Silva were AC Milan. As soon as they both left for PSG (Who then went on to become a European powerhouse, coincidence?) Milan turned to trash and joined Inter in a dog scrap for 4th place.

    Ibrahimovic is arguably the most influential footballer to play in Italy and it's NO coincidence the Italian league became significantly less competitive after he left for PSG.

    Some of you have no football knowledge pre 2012.

    woww, are you high ?
    gave juventus a new dimension ? really ?

    At milan he was good not phenomenal

    and psg ? really haahahahahah

    yea you have all the knowledge

    Wow I'm not debating with a child.

    Go look at the goals in the big games when Juventus went on to win the league in his second season there.

    At Milan he was untouchable.

    PSG were the 3rd best team in the world after Real and Barca for at least 2 years after Ibra joined them.

    Sounds like your football knowledge is very limited. And judging by the 'hahahaha' and 'are you high' responses it seems you have very little to no knowledge of Italian football or even football in general.
  • Mini_Miudo
    10005 posts Has That Special Something
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    alex1987 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    Mrhey31 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    The most over-rated player of all time !

    Lol .. most underrated player. He has won so many titles.

    Yea going to every country and playing for the champions is hard right ? lol he was never the difference

    I would like to nominate this guy for dumbest comments of the day.

    Never a difference(appearances - goals - asissts):
    FC Paris Saint-Germain 180 156 61
    Internazionale 117 66 30
    Ajax Amsterdam 110 48 15
    Juventus FC 92 26 7
    AC Milan 85 56 24
    Manchester United 53 29 10
    FC Barcelona 46 22 13
    Los Angeles Galaxy 28 23 7

    lol his numbers aren't that good how did he do in important matches ?

    Do you watch football? Those numbers at top level are incredible.

    He’s a winner by definition and a massive influence in the dressing room.

    He doesn't have as many goals as Messi or Ronaldo, therefore he's not that good. /s

    People's logic these days... shows how lucky we are to witness those 2 when people don't even appreciate Ibra. :joy:
  • amrbido_9
    397 posts An Exciting Prospect
    D Heleteli wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    D Heleteli wrote: »
    Some of these comments questioning Ibra's real life football accomplishments and influence he has had on teams are outrageous.

    How can anyone be so petty and blind to not understand how good he was for at least 10 years.

    He gave Juventus a new dimension when he joined them, worked his nuts off for a spot in the team and made the most out of every opportunity he was given, albeit limited opportunities due to how many superstars were competing for the same spots.

    At both Milan clubs he has gone down a legend in their history. Both sides started to decline quickly after he left. Mourinho managed to hold it together at Inter for 1 year post-Ibra before realising they weren't anywhere near the same side as when Ibra was leading the front line.

    Look at the state of AC Milan. He along with Thiago Silva were AC Milan. As soon as they both left for PSG (Who then went on to become a European powerhouse, coincidence?) Milan turned to trash and joined Inter in a dog scrap for 4th place.

    Ibrahimovic is arguably the most influential footballer to play in Italy and it's NO coincidence the Italian league became significantly less competitive after he left for PSG.

    Some of you have no football knowledge pre 2012.

    woww, are you high ?
    gave juventus a new dimension ? really ?

    At milan he was good not phenomenal

    and psg ? really haahahahahah

    yea you have all the knowledge

    Wow I'm not debating with a child.

    Go look at the goals in the big games when Juventus went on to win the league in his second season there.

    At Milan he was untouchable.

    PSG were the 3rd best team in the world after Real and Barca for at least 2 years after Ibra joined them.

    Sounds like your football knowledge is very limited. And judging by the 'hahahaha' and 'are you high' responses it seems you have very little to no knowledge of Italian football or even football in general.

    Wow you are sure a kid
  • amrbido_9
    397 posts An Exciting Prospect
    Mini_Miudo wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    alex1987 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    Mrhey31 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    The most over-rated player of all time !

    Lol .. most underrated player. He has won so many titles.

    Yea going to every country and playing for the champions is hard right ? lol he was never the difference

    I would like to nominate this guy for dumbest comments of the day.

    Never a difference(appearances - goals - asissts):
    FC Paris Saint-Germain 180 156 61
    Internazionale 117 66 30
    Ajax Amsterdam 110 48 15
    Juventus FC 92 26 7
    AC Milan 85 56 24
    Manchester United 53 29 10
    FC Barcelona 46 22 13
    Los Angeles Galaxy 28 23 7

    lol his numbers aren't that good how did he do in important matches ?

    Do you watch football? Those numbers at top level are incredible.

    He’s a winner by definition and a massive influence in the dressing room.

    He doesn't have as many goals as Messi or Ronaldo, therefore he's not that good. /s

    People's logic these days... shows how lucky we are to witness those 2 when people don't even appreciate Ibra. :joy:

    i didn't say that lol
  • amrbido_9
    397 posts An Exciting Prospect
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    D Heleteli wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    D Heleteli wrote: »
    Some of these comments questioning Ibra's real life football accomplishments and influence he has had on teams are outrageous.

    How can anyone be so petty and blind to not understand how good he was for at least 10 years.

    He gave Juventus a new dimension when he joined them, worked his nuts off for a spot in the team and made the most out of every opportunity he was given, albeit limited opportunities due to how many superstars were competing for the same spots.

    At both Milan clubs he has gone down a legend in their history. Both sides started to decline quickly after he left. Mourinho managed to hold it together at Inter for 1 year post-Ibra before realising they weren't anywhere near the same side as when Ibra was leading the front line.

    Look at the state of AC Milan. He along with Thiago Silva were AC Milan. As soon as they both left for PSG (Who then went on to become a European powerhouse, coincidence?) Milan turned to trash and joined Inter in a dog scrap for 4th place.

    Ibrahimovic is arguably the most influential footballer to play in Italy and it's NO coincidence the Italian league became significantly less competitive after he left for PSG.

    Some of you have no football knowledge pre 2012.

    woww, are you high ?
    gave juventus a new dimension ? really ?

    At milan he was good not phenomenal

    and psg ? really haahahahahah

    yea you have all the knowledge

    Wow I'm not debating with a child.

    Go look at the goals in the big games when Juventus went on to win the league in his second season there.

    At Milan he was untouchable.

    PSG were the 3rd best team in the world after Real and Barca for at least 2 years after Ibra joined them.

    Sounds like your football knowledge is very limited. And judging by the 'hahahaha' and 'are you high' responses it seems you have very little to no knowledge of Italian football or even football in general.
    D Heleteli wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    D Heleteli wrote: »
    Some of these comments questioning Ibra's real life football accomplishments and influence he has had on teams are outrageous.

    How can anyone be so petty and blind to not understand how good he was for at least 10 years.

    He gave Juventus a new dimension when he joined them, worked his nuts off for a spot in the team and made the most out of every opportunity he was given, albeit limited opportunities due to how many superstars were competing for the same spots.

    At both Milan clubs he has gone down a legend in their history. Both sides started to decline quickly after he left. Mourinho managed to hold it together at Inter for 1 year post-Ibra before realising they weren't anywhere near the same side as when Ibra was leading the front line.

    Look at the state of AC Milan. He along with Thiago Silva were AC Milan. As soon as they both left for PSG (Who then went on to become a European powerhouse, coincidence?) Milan turned to trash and joined Inter in a dog scrap for 4th place.

    Ibrahimovic is arguably the most influential footballer to play in Italy and it's NO coincidence the Italian league became significantly less competitive after he left for PSG.

    Some of you have no football knowledge pre 2012.

    woww, are you high ?
    gave juventus a new dimension ? really ?

    At milan he was good not phenomenal

    and psg ? really haahahahahah

    yea you have all the knowledge

    Wow I'm not debating with a child.

    Go look at the goals in the big games when Juventus went on to win the league in his second season there.

    At Milan he was untouchable.

    PSG were the 3rd best team in the world after Real and Barca for at least 2 years after Ibra joined them.

    Sounds like your football knowledge is very limited. And judging by the 'hahahaha' and 'are you high' responses it seems you have very little to no knowledge of Italian football or even football in general.
    D Heleteli wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    D Heleteli wrote: »
    Some of these comments questioning Ibra's real life football accomplishments and influence he has had on teams are outrageous.

    How can anyone be so petty and blind to not understand how good he was for at least 10 years.

    He gave Juventus a new dimension when he joined them, worked his nuts off for a spot in the team and made the most out of every opportunity he was given, albeit limited opportunities due to how many superstars were competing for the same spots.

    At both Milan clubs he has gone down a legend in their history. Both sides started to decline quickly after he left. Mourinho managed to hold it together at Inter for 1 year post-Ibra before realising they weren't anywhere near the same side as when Ibra was leading the front line.

    Look at the state of AC Milan. He along with Thiago Silva were AC Milan. As soon as they both left for PSG (Who then went on to become a European powerhouse, coincidence?) Milan turned to trash and joined Inter in a dog scrap for 4th place.

    Ibrahimovic is arguably the most influential footballer to play in Italy and it's NO coincidence the Italian league became significantly less competitive after he left for PSG.

    Some of you have no football knowledge pre 2012.

    woww, are you high ?
    gave juventus a new dimension ? really ?

    At milan he was good not phenomenal

    and psg ? really haahahahahah

    yea you have all the knowledge

    Wow I'm not debating with a child.

    Go look at the goals in the big games when Juventus went on to win the league in his second season there.

    At Milan he was untouchable.

    PSG were the 3rd best team in the world after Real and Barca for at least 2 years after Ibra joined them.

    Sounds like your football knowledge is very limited. And judging by the 'hahahaha' and 'are you high' responses it seems you have very little to no knowledge of Italian football or even football in general.
    D Heleteli wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    D Heleteli wrote: »
    Some of these comments questioning Ibra's real life football accomplishments and influence he has had on teams are outrageous.

    How can anyone be so petty and blind to not understand how good he was for at least 10 years.

    He gave Juventus a new dimension when he joined them, worked his nuts off for a spot in the team and made the most out of every opportunity he was given, albeit limited opportunities due to how many superstars were competing for the same spots.

    At both Milan clubs he has gone down a legend in their history. Both sides started to decline quickly after he left. Mourinho managed to hold it together at Inter for 1 year post-Ibra before realising they weren't anywhere near the same side as when Ibra was leading the front line.

    Look at the state of AC Milan. He along with Thiago Silva were AC Milan. As soon as they both left for PSG (Who then went on to become a European powerhouse, coincidence?) Milan turned to trash and joined Inter in a dog scrap for 4th place.

    Ibrahimovic is arguably the most influential footballer to play in Italy and it's NO coincidence the Italian league became significantly less competitive after he left for PSG.

    Some of you have no football knowledge pre 2012.

    woww, are you high ?
    gave juventus a new dimension ? really ?

    At milan he was good not phenomenal

    and psg ? really haahahahahah

    yea you have all the knowledge

    Wow I'm not debating with a child.

    Go look at the goals in the big games when Juventus went on to win the league in his second season there.

    At Milan he was untouchable.

    PSG were the 3rd best team in the world after Real and Barca for at least 2 years after Ibra joined them.

    Sounds like your football knowledge is very limited. And judging by the 'hahahaha' and 'are you high' responses it seems you have very little to no knowledge of Italian football or even football in general.

    3rd best team ? hjahahahaha according to whom ? what did they do ?
  • clsMUFC
    1236 posts Professional
    How can people hate on a proven powerhouse striker. For any striker to go to the Premier League and score 20+ goals in their debut season, at his age, is nothing but phenomenal.

    Not forgetting some of the goals that he did score, which most strikers wouldn't finish in a million years!

    People like Ibra bring a breath of fresh air to football
  • Saiber_Summia
    1761 posts Fans' Favourite
    Recoba wrote: »
    Recoba wrote: »

    Looking at the picture, I will not sleep anymore tonight. Brrrrrrrrrr...
    😂
  • Keano
    17645 posts World Class
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    alex1987 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    Mrhey31 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    The most over-rated player of all time !

    Lol .. most underrated player. He has won so many titles.

    Yea going to every country and playing for the champions is hard right ? lol he was never the difference

    I would like to nominate this guy for dumbest comments of the day.

    Never a difference(appearances - goals - asissts):
    FC Paris Saint-Germain 180 156 61
    Internazionale 117 66 30
    Ajax Amsterdam 110 48 15
    Juventus FC 92 26 7
    AC Milan 85 56 24
    Manchester United 53 29 10
    FC Barcelona 46 22 13
    Los Angeles Galaxy 28 23 7

    respect other opinions kid, ibra fanboy ahahahahahha

    Pot kettle black in that one comment...

    "respect others opinions" ... then kid ibra fanboy hahha.... so you're telling him to respect your opinion but mocking him & laughing for his?

    Says it all.
  • Royboy
    740 posts Semi-Pro
    EA don’t re-release Ibra. If anything, Ibra re-release EA
  • Renamed123456
    6198 posts Big Money Move
    Zlatan could pack 2 icons in a bronze players pack
  • amrbido_9
    397 posts An Exciting Prospect
    Keano wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    alex1987 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    Mrhey31 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    The most over-rated player of all time !

    Lol .. most underrated player. He has won so many titles.

    Yea going to every country and playing for the champions is hard right ? lol he was never the difference

    I would like to nominate this guy for dumbest comments of the day.

    Never a difference(appearances - goals - asissts):
    FC Paris Saint-Germain 180 156 61
    Internazionale 117 66 30
    Ajax Amsterdam 110 48 15
    Juventus FC 92 26 7
    AC Milan 85 56 24
    Manchester United 53 29 10
    FC Barcelona 46 22 13
    Los Angeles Galaxy 28 23 7

    respect other opinions kid, ibra fanboy ahahahahahha

    Pot kettle black in that one comment...

    "respect others opinions" ... then kid ibra fanboy hahha.... so you're telling him to respect your opinion but mocking him & laughing for his?

    Says it all.

    im telling a kid to respect an opinion
  • Lacerda111
    336 posts Sunday League Hero
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    The most over-rated player of all time !

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  • amrbido_9
    397 posts An Exciting Prospect
    Lacerda111 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    The most over-rated player of all time !

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    apply cold water mate hahahaahah
  • nitraw
    2079 posts Fans' Favourite
    if you dont like him, cool thats your business. but you cant say the man is overrated. i mean, you can, you just look stupid doing it.
  • RayS
    31577 posts National Team Captain
    Clancy wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    Clancy wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    Just kids say ohhh he can do bicycle kick and etc..

    I mean... I've never heard anyone say he is the best in the world

    But the guy does things that no one else does, he scores goals that no one else even attempts. It's fantastic

    I say he is appropriately rated as one of the most entertaining strikers you could ever see

    and his arrogance is too much ! people shouldn't support arrogance mate

    Doesn't bother me. Like said above, his arrogance is hyperbolic. He's almost making fun of himself with the comical nature of his boasts

    It's entertaining. And after all the sport only exists to entertain us

    100% agree with this. You can tell in his interviews when he says something especially hyperbolically arrogant, he has this grin on his face that he clearly knows what he's doing. It's different from Ronaldo or others who say arrogant things completely serious.

    Ibra is both a footballer and an entertainer. And damn good at both.
  • EA_Rtas
    2555 posts EA Moderator
    Reel it in a bit in here please, there's some baiting going on which isn't necessary, knock it off.
  • clsMUFC
    1236 posts Professional
    Royboy wrote: »
    EA don’t re-release Ibra. If anything, Ibra re-release EA

    This
  • Alx192
    671 posts An Exciting Prospect
    clsMUFC wrote: »
    Royboy wrote: »
    EA don’t re-release Ibra. If anything, Ibra re-release EA

    This

  • BILLYT96
    476 posts Sunday League Hero
    edited March 2019
    Imagine calling Ibra overrated Ahahahaha absolute oxygen thieves some people with their weird opinions

    Carried a bang average United team to a league cup and europa league double at the age of 35 that pretty much kept mourinho in his job for the following year and a half

    Scored 4 goals against England of which two were world class, one which was utterly outrageous

    Won everything there is to win in the game in multiple leagues except the CL... calling Ibra overrated just cos he didn’t win the CL is like saying Carrick is better than Gerrard just cos he won the league multiple times and Gerrard didn’t

    Can’t respect people’s opinions when they are just stupid and ridiculous and obviously fuelled by bias

  • clsMUFC
    1236 posts Professional
    BILLYT96 wrote: »
    Imagine calling Ibra overrated Ahahahaha absolute oxygen thieves some people with their weird opinions

    Carried a bang average United team to a league cup and europa league double at the age of 35 that pretty much kept mourinho in his job for the following year and a half

    Scored 4 goals against England of which two were world class, one which was utterly outrageous

    Won everything there is to win in the game in multiple leagues except the CL... calling Ibra overrated just cos he didn’t win the CL is like saying Carrick is better thank Gerrard just cos he won the league multiple times and Gerrard didn’t

    Can’t respect people’s opinions when they are just stupid and ridiculous and obviously fuelled by bias

    Leave Carrick out of this!
  • BILLYT96
    476 posts Sunday League Hero
    clsMUFC wrote: »
    BILLYT96 wrote: »
    Imagine calling Ibra overrated Ahahahaha absolute oxygen thieves some people with their weird opinions

    Carried a bang average United team to a league cup and europa league double at the age of 35 that pretty much kept mourinho in his job for the following year and a half

    Scored 4 goals against England of which two were world class, one which was utterly outrageous

    Won everything there is to win in the game in multiple leagues except the CL... calling Ibra overrated just cos he didn’t win the CL is like saying Carrick is better thank Gerrard just cos he won the league multiple times and Gerrard didn’t

    Can’t respect people’s opinions when they are just stupid and ridiculous and obviously fuelled by bias

    Leave Carrick out of this!

    😂 I’m sorry!
  • Springveldt
    5089 posts Big Money Move
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    Mrhey31 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    The most over-rated player of all time !

    Lol .. most underrated player. He has won so many titles.

    Yea going to every country and playing for the champions is hard right ? lol he was never the difference
    Strange that the champions of each country would want to sign this over-rated player...
  • Soccrraim29
    744 posts Professional
    Ibra ownes EA
  • Springveldt
    5089 posts Big Money Move
    edited March 2019
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    alex1987 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    Mrhey31 wrote: »
    amrbido_9 wrote: »
    The most over-rated player of all time !

    Lol .. most underrated player. He has won so many titles.

    Yea going to every country and playing for the champions is hard right ? lol he was never the difference

    I would like to nominate this guy for dumbest comments of the day.

    Never a difference(appearances - goals - asissts):
    FC Paris Saint-Germain 180 156 61
    Internazionale 117 66 30
    Ajax Amsterdam 110 48 15
    Juventus FC 92 26 7
    AC Milan 85 56 24
    Manchester United 53 29 10
    FC Barcelona 46 22 13
    Los Angeles Galaxy 28 23 7

    lol his numbers aren't that good how did he do in important matches ?

    Do you watch football? Those numbers at top level are incredible.

    He’s a winner by definition and a massive influence in the dressing room.
    The lad has clearly never watched any football pre Messi and Ronaldo and thinks if you don't average a goal per game every season then you suck.

    Scoring more than 30 goals in a season was considered a phenomenal season, over 20 was still a good year until those 2 came along.
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