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The Blue Devil wrote:I agree to raise his BB
Pastore is called weak all the time, and though hes not exactly strong, especially for his size, he is not weak. Hes not strong, but hes not weak. He regularly holds off players and shields the ball with his body, and when he wants to, he can stand up to a lot more than you'd think. Its just that hes good at drawing in fouls and goes down looking for them, that hes seen as weak, but hes not.
Ehrgeiz wrote:In terms of BB, he doesn't deserves more than 79.
Basilio wrote:i always though his passing game was underrated, and still do...Im not a regular follower of him but i dont see him as a 91 agility, as well as said before, his overral passing seems quite better at least, also taking into account that he likes to perform passes that require more accuracy and speed, through passes with great vision, konami having him on 91 SPA really makes myself think.
Amaterasu wrote:I do think Pastore is better than this too. In my opinion, he's already the second best Argentinian player today, after Messi. I don't even know why he isn't a regular at the National Squad. He could playmake for Messi to be a SS, like in Barcelona. I think he could role Xavi/Iniesta.
Amaterasu wrote:I think they are. They both are N. 10s.
Pastore is more agressive, while Riquelme circles more the ball. But Pastore circles a lot too... and Riquelme was agressive when younger, in early's 2000 (I don't remeber what year Boca won Libertadores... I think it was 2002-2003, but I'm not sure). It's about age. Younger players are more agressive, while experienced know the shortcuts on the field.
But both of them are Offensive Midfielders, who control the flow of the match. Each one have their peculiarities, but they do the same role - with refined techinique and incisive passes. That's in the same tought I think Paulo Henrique Ganso seems like them. They're different than AMFs like Kaká or Ronaldinho was, who break trhough defenses by their own.
But, well... maybe Pastore is more similar to Aimar in Valencia than Riquelme. But I think I explained myself.
About Aguero, I do agree he is an excellent player too, and is the third of my list. But I like more Pastore's play.
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