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Article Top Six Disappointments of the Season

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So, as the season draws to a close and we are faced with a long summer of no football (and only FMM to keep us company), it’s time to think about those teams and players who perhaps haven’t lived up to expectations this season. Perhaps now is a good time to give them a go before the inevitable transfers/downgrades/retirements in the next edition.

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Inter Milan

The once-great giants of Italian football find themselves in the unimaginable position of not qualifying for Europe next season, and as such look set for a huge overhaul in the summer. A squad featuring the likes of Handanovic, Icardi, Barbosa and Kondogbia should not be struggling like they have – can you get them to improve?

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Francesco Totti

Not a disappointment per se, more a last opportunity to play with the Roma legend following the announcement of his retirement.  For a man of his age, his stats in-game are quite frankly astounding – but you’re going to have to play as the capital side to use him as he won’t move anywhere else!

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Aston Villa

The Midlands side were included in another of my lists earlier this season, but find themselves here again as nothing has changed. After spending heavily in the summer only to see mediocre results, they did the same in January, and while performances improved, they still finished in mid-table. Expect to see another summer of overhaul ahead, so give them a go now before everything changes again.

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Hatem Ben Arfa

After rebuilding his career at Nice following disappointing spells at Newcastle and Hull, Ben Arfa earned a move to PSG last summer. Unfortunately, the transfer to the Champions hasn’t worked out for him, as he has spent most of the season on the bench. He has impressed in his rare appearances, but the rumours are that he will move on before the new season starts. Why not play as PSG to bring the best out of him, or try to pry him away from the French capital?

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Hamburg

After a comfortable mid-table finish last season, Hamburg have struggled this season and find themselves, with four games to go, in a relegation battle. Former Premier League stars Johan Djourou and Lewis Holtby are among those trying to help the former champions to safety. Are you the man to inspire them to greater heights?

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Claudio Bravo

Much was made of the goalkeeping situation at Manchester City last summer, when Joe Hart was eventually shipped out for not being good with his feet. Unfortunately for City fans, he was replaced with Claudio Bravo, who it turns out isn’t very good with his hands – something quite crucial for a goalkeeper. Try and make him come good – or just try to exploit his weaknesses!

 

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I'm glad Inter are doing terrible. They should be a lot more patient with their managers. First Frank de Boer sacked after a few games and recently his successor Pioli. Managers need time and when none is given I'm delighted to see clubs do terrible. They deserve no better.

Enjoyable read.

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Good read ! But if you follow german football is absolute no surprise that HSV is fumbling around again, they have been doing so for many years and will surely do it for many more, but still an outstanding experience to watch them live every time! 

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3 minutes ago, AndersJ said:

Good read ! But if you follow german football is absolute no surprise that HSV is fumbling around again, they have been doing so for many years and will surely do it for many more, but still an outstanding experience to watch them live every time! 

Was watching their tie with Mainz on the weekend and surprised just how flat they were - and yet the crowd was insane!

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1 hour ago, KennyMiller27 said:

Was watching their tie with Mainz on the weekend and surprised just how flat they were - and yet the crowd was insane!

Outside stadium in Germany before a game, its not unseen that the younger guys drink ALL that they can. Fx vodka ? The result is one of two things. Standing and singing all game or sleeping in the seat ?

 

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