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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Mon Aug 10, 2009 2:18 am

one thing to clear :

1997 ITA Inzaghi, FilippoFilippo Inzaghi Juventus Forward [A]
1998 ITA Nesta, AlessandroAlessandro Nesta Lazio Defender
1999 ITA Totti, FrancescoFrancesco Totti Roma Forward
2000 ITA Baronio, RobertoRoberto Baronio Lazio Midfielder [B]
2001 ITA Cassano, AntonioAntonio Cassano Roma Forward [C]
2002 ITA Brighi, MatteoMatteo Brighi Parma Midfielder [D]
2003 ITA Cassano, AntonioAntonio Cassano Roma Forward
2004 ITA Gilardino, AlbertoAlberto Gilardino Parma Forward
2005 ITA Pazzini, GiampaoloGiampaolo Pazzini Fiorentina Forward
2006 ITA De Rossi, DanieleDaniele De Rossi Roma Midfielder
2007 ITA Montolivo, RiccardoRiccardo Montolivo Fiorentina Midfielder
2008 SVK Hamk, MarekMarek Hamk Napoli Midfielder


All these player got the serie a young player of the year and all of them stared for their teams and developed to be great players except for Roberto Baronio . Coincidence? or unfulfilled talent? not given a proper chance? is he the player we need to cover up for Ledesma?
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Mon Aug 10, 2009 2:34 am

Basically, I think the Cragnotti era ruined him. He was a young gun, a supreme talent but we could pretty much buy who we liked back then and while he would have got time in nearly any team in world football, the likes of Veron, Simeone, Almeyda were always going to keep him at bay. From then on, his biggest problem has been getting settled; he did a job for Brescia last year because he actually took a step back into Serie B.

His talent was undoubtedly wasted but I think Ballardini feels he can still do a job for us and while I wouldn't want to see him starting, I do think there is a role for him here now, especially when you consider the amount of competitions we are in and the inevitable fatigue the likes of Dabo and Brocchi will suffer.
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Mon Aug 10, 2009 10:35 pm

I dont think hes never ever gonna be a real midfielder for Lazio....i would only see him instead of manfre...because everyone is better than him. If hes gonna be a regular this season i doubt we will even end up higher than riomma. He had only the chance to play in the final because of Ledesma...thats the case. Luckily we won the cup and now we have to kick out those 3 bastards and find some substitutes.
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Aug 11, 2009 9:43 am

at the moment, i feel Baronio is better than Dabo at least!
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Aug 11, 2009 1:59 pm

What gets me is how and why Baronio ever received such a long contract, and/or any extensions to that (I don't know the ins and outs but he would have needed to have had his original contract extended a couple of times at least)?
We've had him on the books for 13, yes that is 13 affraid , years for goodness sake! In that time he has been loaned to every team under the sun and yet somehow is still here. Inzaghi is in a similar situation, which obviously isn't entirely the players fault, the contracts were signed at one point and someone wrote that contract. It just makes me laugh that we are talking about someone again who should have been long gone...
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Aug 11, 2009 3:48 pm

I agree Ed. Put him and Inzaghi in a train with one way ticket.
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Aug 11, 2009 6:57 pm

Jofo wrote:
I agree Ed. Put him and Inzaghi in a train with one way ticket.

....don't forget Manfredini's ticket.
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Aug 11, 2009 7:21 pm

lazio365 wrote:
Jofo wrote:
I agree Ed. Put him and Inzaghi in a train with one way ticket.

....don't forget Manfredini's ticket.

He doesn't need a tic, that will take time we don't want to wait! I'll be moore then happy to drive him wherever he wants to go as long as he promises to not sneak his way back to our fine club!
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Aug 11, 2009 7:30 pm

He done okay on saturday, but i would prefer Dabo any day of the week.
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Wed Aug 12, 2009 12:03 am

I dont like his play.... I dont like his work rate.. I dont like anything in him as a player
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Thu Aug 13, 2009 1:07 am

This player is staying whether u like it or not ! this player has not been given a proper chance so knock it off guys.
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Thu Aug 13, 2009 2:24 am

If he ends up working in Ballardini's system, fine, can't argue. I saw his potential for talent, so I hope it's not already been squandered.
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:29 am

Trequartista wrote:
If he ends up working in Ballardini's system, fine, can't argue. I saw his potential for talent, so I hope it's not already been squandered.

totally agree.

IMO his natural talent is good, he is only need re-gain his confidence, that he can surpass what he used to be when still young...
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Sep 01, 2009 4:26 pm

flurffmeister wrote:
This player is staying whether u like it or not ! this player has not been given a proper chance so knock it off guys.

So at 32 years of age we are going to give him a chance to blossom are we?
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Sep 01, 2009 5:46 pm

Kris wrote:
flurffmeister wrote:
This player is staying whether u like it or not ! this player has not been given a proper chance so knock it off guys.

So at 32 years of age we are going to give him a chance to blossom are we?

is it forbidden ?
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Sep 01, 2009 6:59 pm

I am a bit confused. Are you people actually defending Barionio's quality, or the fact that he has been sitting on the bench without nagging too much, and now he is serving the team when needed?

In my eyes, we need to praise him for stepping in when needed, but in all honesty - he doesnt belong to a serie A team, let alone being a starter in a team with ambitions to succeed in Europe...
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Sep 01, 2009 9:27 pm

the fact that baronio is a starter week after week says it all

we are so weak in midfield...
this is really concurning me! because the midfield is the most vital part of a football team!!
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Sep 01, 2009 10:54 pm

So because the guy hasn't really done much for us he should never get the chance? He was Serie A Young Player of the year so he obviously has quality, and if anyone watched him on loan you could see he played well. So as long as he performs well leave him be...

Forza Baronio.

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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:00 pm

Cash wrote:
Are you people actually defending Barionio's quality, or the fact that he has been sitting on the bench without nagging too much, and now he is serving the team when needed?

I can't speak for others but for me it's a bit of both. Probably the latter prevails, let's be honest. Still he's done fine by me so far and there are far worse flops lingering around in serie A that we could have got instead of Ledesma, so for the time being, and given he does not fuck up majestically in the near future, I say give him a chance.

Though it's a weird decision giving him the captain's armband, that I do not understand.

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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:18 pm

I do.

This is a guy who has been sent here, there and everywhere for the last 13 years but at no stage did he truly opt out of the 'project'. He kind of epitomises loyalty, in a sense.

I think him getting the captaincy is the equivalent of two fingers to the 'dissidenti' and a symbol of how to be laziale in a way.

I view Firmani and Baronio very similarly. I hold them both in high regard despite their obvious lack of quality. The inclusion of both would be great for team morale; I really think Roberto's presence on the field has spurred us on in games.

There's a Portugeuse/Brazilian proverb that translates into english as "soft water dripping on a hard stone will eventually make a hole." Baronio is never going to be a star but his persistance now enables him to make an impact; he deserves another chance at a time when we really need him.
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Wed Sep 02, 2009 1:13 am

Caxi wrote:
I do.

This is a guy who has been sent here, there and everywhere for the last 13 years but at no stage did he truly opt out of the 'project'. He kind of epitomises loyalty, in a sense.

I think him getting the captaincy is the equivalent of two fingers to the 'dissidenti' and a symbol of how to be laziale in a way.

I view Firmani and Baronio very similarly. I hold them both in high regard despite their obvious lack of quality. The inclusion of both would be great for team morale; I really think Roberto's presence on the field has spurred us on in games.

There's a Portugeuse/Brazilian proverb that translates into english as "soft water dripping on a hard stone will eventually make a hole." Baronio is never going to be a star but his persistance now enables him to make an impact; he deserves another chance at a time when we really need him.
well said Caxi , i would like to add , that in 4 games we havent missed Ledesma, we conceded 2 goals i think hes doing a great job deffensively, Offensively he's a better player than Ledesma( we all know that he's not that good playmaker).
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Wed Sep 02, 2009 3:33 am

I'm glad Roberto is finally being given a fair chance to prove himself at Lazio. He's no star but I admire his determination and grit. So far he's done a pretty decent job - nothing special, but solid. As long as he performs well for Lazio, I am more than happy to see him play week in week out.

Forza Baronio!
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Wed Sep 02, 2009 10:23 am

Well said.

We lost against elfsborg which wasnt an important match anymore.

All the other games we have one. Why should we change something?
Im also not the biggest baronio fan, but as long as it works, he should play!
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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Wed Sep 02, 2009 10:56 am

People don't like him because his name is Roberto Baronio.

Its time players got judged based on their performance and not who they are. Baronio is no Ledesma, and he's certainly no world class midfielder, but his start to the season has been good, and if we didn't have him as an option, then we'd be in real trouble.

He definitely hasn't been anywhere near the worst player for us so far, even if he's not the best.

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PostSubject: Re: Roberto Baronio   Sun Sep 13, 2009 1:34 am

Wow he played amazingly well against juve, i didnt expect he will get to this level again
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