From what ı observed in the Turkish league this season(especially VGS and Telekom),big names do not mean that the team is sure to be succesful.Pesaro had good players last season too and everyone expected them to win CL but they couldn't despite the very good players they have.Of course that does not mean they will not be succesful next season too but this transfering process must be done very cleverly considering many aspects.
btw at the end of the Eczacıbaşı-Pesaro game in İstanbul ı remember an angry Jaqueline arguing one of her teammates,Ferretti I guess
I get your point, but knowing Pesaro, they always buy good players, which usually complete a good team. What i like about the team is that they perform as an unity usually and not just as individuals. So eventhough there are big names on the list they manage to play all together.
This is the main difference between many italian clubs and some turkish teams.
Last year it seemed to me that the turkish clubs invested a lot of money to get very good players but didnt think about how to involve them into a team.
Thats why these so called 'top teams' failed in big competitions, because in the end just the team matters and not one certain player.
As for the transfer market, i think that Jesi should play in the turkish league also because of the inability to build a great team though having the important possibilities,
well i hope my point is clear