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    Real Madrid: Hamit Altintop almost a done deal

    Altintop said 'YES' to Real Madrid

    turkish-football.com


    Interesting move, he's a good player but I didn't expect this, I wonder what Mou is up too!
    Last edited by Karayilan9; 05-09-11 at 06:29 AM.

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    NURI SAHIN also dealt with real...
    Turkish news cofirmed mate...

    sen translate edebılırsın bunu ))

    Nuri Şahin: 'Dortmund’u, Bundesliga’yı ve doğduğum ülkeyi çok özleyeceğim. Bana destek olan herkese çok teşekkür ederim. Jürgen Klopp bu noktaya gelmemde çok faydalı oldu. O harika bir insan. Jose Mourinho’nun yönetiminde futbolumu daha da geliştireceğime inanıyorum.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by phenomenon View Post
    NURI SAHIN also dealt with real...
    Turkish news cofirmed mate...

    sen translate edebılırsın bunu ))

    Nuri Şahin: 'Dortmund’u, Bundesliga’yı ve doğduğum ülkeyi çok özleyeceğim. Bana destek olan herkese çok teşekkür ederim. Jürgen Klopp bu noktaya gelmemde çok faydalı oldu. O harika bir insan. Jose Mourinho’nun yönetiminde futbolumu daha da geliştireceğime inanıyorum.'
    Translation:
    Nuri Şahin: I'm going to miss Dortmund, the Bundesliga and the country of my birth alot. I want to thank everybody that supported me. Jürgen Klop played a key role in getting me to this level, he is a great person. I believe that under Jose Mourinho's management I will develop even further.

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    after this news written that, now it is time to deal with hamit...
    these news are really good for Turkish national team... hope Nuri will adapt well with Hiddink's squad... u know our squad isn t suitable with Nuri's style
    this is so sad...he is not usable until now, hope something will change...
    bye the way Nuri pens SIX year deal...
    isn t it long time ? ...

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    Is this the guy who won 2010 FIFA Goal of the year or am I thinking of someone else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveyboy View Post
    Is this the guy who won 2010 FIFA Goal of the year or am I thinking of someone else?
    it's him!

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    Altinflop to Real? Halleluja finally we get rid of him.

    He'll will be back in the Bundesliga within 12-18 month.

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    He'll will be back in the Bundesliga within 12-18 month weeks.


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    this is good news and a great deal and i'm posting tog et my points thx u

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    What? Seriously? What is your source? .. it isn't one of those goal.com stories?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartR View Post
    What? Seriously? What is your source? .. it isn't one of those goal.com stories?
    In fact a lot of talking about this player!

    I´ve read that maybe this saturday he'll say he's going to Madrid!

    Really not sure but let's see what Mourinho wants for the team!

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    Is there something about Turkish players that suits the Madrid playing style?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOHON8 View Post
    Is there something about Turkish players that suits the Madrid playing style?
    I don't know but at least this year the coach is building the team and not Valdano or the president!
    And we are not spending +65 M on every player we bought!

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    i think it ahs more to do with the Bundasliga, Ozil showed that the Bundasliga can develop top class talent, and for them being Turkish could be coincidence or for team cohesion, i mean Ozil nuri, hamit all know each other very well from their time in Germany.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurkzZ View Post
    i think it ahs more to do with the Bundasliga, Ozil showed that the Bundasliga can develop top class talent, and for them being Turkish could be coincidence or for team cohesion, i mean Ozil nuri, hamit all know each other very well from their time in Germany.
    Good point, although I think it's for a different reason. If anything, playing in the bundesliga teaches players discipline and team spirit, both of which Real dearly lacked this season. Difference with the average bundesliga player is that these guys also know how to play football (although I'm still not sure what Mou wants with Altintop).

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    Altintop is a team player, works very hard and isn't a big ego. He has been loyal to any club and manager he has been under, these are qualities Mourinho likes in a player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karayilan9 View Post
    Altintop is a team player, works very hard and isn't a big ego. He has been loyal to any club and manager he has been under, these are qualities Mourinho likes in a player.
    Agree!
    That's why he likes guys also like Khedira!
    Even though we have Lass he has nothing of those qualities! Lass no brain + bad discipline on the field!
    Mou likes players that will play with the plan he wants!

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    Quote Originally Posted by latinrus View Post
    Agree!
    That's why he likes guys also like Khedira!
    Even though we have Lass he has nothing of those qualities! Lass no brain + bad discipline on the field!
    Mou likes players that will play with the plan he wants!
    Or at least understands the plan

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    Turkish Football News and Previews

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    The Deal is to be finalized within a few days!

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    lmao, watch out dimaria, özil and ronaldo...

    what a joke transfer is that? He wont make more than 5 games and maybe 1 full time...he´s not even a good backup player in my eyes. Nevertheless they are getting Sahin, he will be alot more helpfull.

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    And the deal has been done!

    Realmadrid.com

    Real Madrid CF and Bayern Munich's Hamit Altintop have reached a deal that will see the player spend the next four seasons with the Spanish club.

    The 28-year old Turkish midfielder won the 2010 FIFA Puskas Award
    Realmadrid.com

    Hamit Altintop joins Real Madrid by way of Schalke 04 and most recently Bayern Munich. He won one German League Cup (DFL-Ligapokal) with the first and two Bundesliga titles, two German Cups (DFP-Pokal) and two German Super Cups (Premiere Ligapokal / DFL-Ligapokal) with the Bavarian powerhouse. In 2010 the now 28-year old earned the FIFA Puskas Award for his volley against Kazakhstan in a Euro 2012 qualifier. Other individual accolades include being named to the UEFA Euro 2008 Team of the Tournament.

    Altintop was born on 8 December 1982 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, but as a Turkish citizen has been capped 64 caps times and scored six goals for Turkey. He is a versatile midfielder who can play on either end of the pitch as well as on either flank. Altintop spent his early days Schwarz-Weis Gelgenkirchen, Tus Rotthausen and Wattenscheid 09 before spending four seasons at Shalke 04 and later signing for Bayern Munich is 2007.

    In 2005/06 he scored his only Champions League goal while on duty with Schalke, and four seasons later with Bayern he was named Man-of-the-Match in the first leg of the quarterfinal tie against Manchester United.

    The first time Altintop set foot on the Bernabeu turf was for the 2009/10 Champions League final against Jose Mourinho's Inter Milan. He has played in 14 matches and scored two goals for Bayern this season.

    Let's see what we'll see next year!
    Last edited by latinrus; 05-19-11 at 07:24 PM.

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    Watched hamit for years, he's a good reliable player , think of him a bit like uniteds park , different qualities but will most Probz b utilized in the same way , these types of team players are always in demand

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