Originally Posted by Reaper16
Tells me he isn't a competitor or a team guy. I don't want that cancer in my locker room.
I don't want any part of players that think they decide when to give 100% and when not to. It's selfish and shows he doesn't care about his teammates.
If your team doesn't always win, he will always be a distraction and when you are winning it will be all about him.
He will disappear for a year or two and when contract time comes around, he plays lights out and then demands top dollar or he becomes a big distraction to the team around him.
He will probably be a guy that gambles a lot to try and get the stats, but will hang his teammates out to dry a lot.
That is one thing I think Pioli has done quite well. He has taken risks, but it seems they have worked out because our team really came together last year towards the end even with all the killer injuries and all the potential distractions of the year.
I came away somewhat impressed by that.