KingPaulV;2538570 said:I think Robihno is a realistic posibility, there has been a general sense that he has never peaked and well here in Madrid people like to see results quick...Last season was his best with us and baring the fact he got injured He probably would have finished wth even better numbers...things about Robihno that have been brough up is his work ethic at times is poor Reminescent of Big Ronaldo, also that he sometimes seems to forego his defensive responsabilities however tiny they might be, and finally that he would not pass the ball to save his life choosing instead to dribble all day long, but that has been corrected a lot under Schuster this year...so but the Ramos thing not gonna happen, we really dont have a replacement nor can we buy one as the RB market is extremely thin right now...so that Ramos part was purely media talk, I would be Stunned if he went anywhere, they were talking about giving him a life contract like Casillas, Raul and Guti have with us...anyway, Robihno, could happen
Youre somewhat spot on about Robinho but remember a younger Cristiano? He had similar problems. Players need to develop and time and space need to be given. If Schuster can mold him he would be even better. Up to the injury, he was by far our best player. I can definately see him being that good a whole season and imroving and building on top of that! Im afraid if Cristiano goes, Robinho goes.