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Spain | UEFA Euro 2016

Postby Fixer » 2008 Dec 13, 19:06


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Spanish National Team

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Nickname: La Furia Roja, La Roja

Official Website: rfef.es

Manager: _esp Vicente Del Bosque

Team Roster:

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Goalkeepers:
#1 - Iker Casillas - _por Porto (captain)
#13 - David de Gea - _eng Manchester United
#23 - Sergio Rico - _esp Sevilla

Defenders:
#2 - César Azpilicueta - _eng Chelsea
#3 - Gerard Piqué - _esp Barcelona
#4 - Marc Bartra - _esp Barcelona
#12 - Héctor Bellerín - _eng Arsenal
#15 - Sergio Ramos - _esp Real Madrid
#16 - Juanfran - _esp Atlético Madrid
#17 - Mikel San José - _esp Athletic Bilbao
#18 - Jordi Alba - _esp Barcelona

Midfielders:
#5 - Sergio Busquets - _esp Barcelona
#6 - Andrés Iniesta - _esp Barcelona
#8 - Koke - _esp Atlético Madrid
#10 - Cesc Fàbregas - _eng Chelsea
#14 - Thiago Alcântara - _ger Bayern Munich
#19 - Bruno Soriano - _esp Villarreal
#21 - David Silva - _eng Manchester City

Strikers:
#7 - Álvaro Morata - _ita Juventus
#9 - Lucas Vázquez - _esp Real Madrid
#11 - Pedro - _eng Chelsea
#20 - Aritz Aduriz - _esp Athletic Bilbao
#22 - Nolito - _esp Celta


Recent Call-ups/Reserves:

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DF - Dani Carvajal - _esp Real Madrid Image
DF - Nacho - _esp Real Madrid
DF - Mario Gaspar - _esp Villarreal
DF - Óscar de Marcos - _esp Athletic Bilbao
DF - Xabier Etxeita - _esp Athletic Bilbao
DF - Iñigo Martínez - _esp Real Sociedad
DF - Juan Bernat - _ger Bayern Munich
DF - Rubén Duarte - _esp Espanyol
DF - José Luis Gayà - _esp Valencia
MF - Isco - _esp Real Madrid
MF - Saúl Ñíguez - _esp Atlético Madrid
MF - Juan Mata - _eng Manchester United
MF - Sergi Roberto - _esp Barcelona
MF - Santi Cazorla - _eng Arsenal
MF - Vitolo - _esp Sevilla
MF - Aleix Vidal - _esp Barcelona
FW - Paco Alcácer - _esp Valencia
FW - Diego Costa - _eng Chelsea
FW - Munir El Haddadi - _esp Barcelona



Formation:

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GK: David de Gea
RCB: Gerard Piqué
LCB: Sergio Ramos (captain)
RB: Juanfran
LB: Jordi Alba
DMF: Sergio Busquets
CMF: Cesc Fàbregas
AMF: Andrés Iniesta
RW: David Silva
LW: Nolito
CF: Álvaro Morata

Team Tactics: 4-3-3

Piece Takers:
Long Free Kicks: ?
Short Free Kicks: ?
FK 2nd Taker: ?
Left Corner Kicks: ?
Right Corner Kicks: ?
Penalties: ?
Players to come up on set pieces: Piqué, Ramos


Older Competitions Rosters:

Spain | 1950 FIFA World Cup
Spain | 1964 Euro Cup
Spain | 1984 Euro Cup
Spain | 1996
Spain | 2008 EURO Cup - Champions
Spain | 2009 Confederations Cup
Spain | 2010 FIFA World Cup - Champions
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Re: SPAIN

Postby Fixer » 2012 Jul 02, 15:05

del Bosque uses 4-3-3 and heard him name It that way at least once, that's why Iniesta and Silva are put as SS.
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Re: SPAIN

Postby Korinov » 2012 Jul 02, 19:13

That formation in the first post does not resemble what Spain has played like in this Euro at all.
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Re: SPAIN

Postby Fixer » 2012 Jul 02, 19:34

Korinov wrote:That formation in the first post does not resemble what Spain has played like in this Euro at all.



I know It doesn't, It's an old graphic.
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Re: SPAIN

Postby Ricky » 2012 Jul 03, 15:52

Fixer wrote:del Bosque uses 4-3-3 and heard him name It that way at least once, that's why Iniesta and Silva are put as SS.


In my formation i'm usin Cesc as SS and Silva and Iniesta as AMF. Xavi CMF and both Busquets and Alonso as DMF. Anyway some positions are not so easy to define and replicate ingame because of real Spain's playin' style...
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Re: SPAIN

Postby čale » 2012 Jul 03, 16:05

this is what i actually think of their formation:

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Re: SPAIN

Postby furymaker » 2012 Jul 03, 16:35

I like it , but one question , why's Alba 75 overall as LB , u're using him as SMF ( main position ) ?
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Re: SPAIN

Postby čale » 2012 Jul 03, 16:38

nah, i use an internet program to create the formation www.pesgp.net and it uses the default KONAMI database, don't be bothered if some numbers (overalls) look a bit odd. :)
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Re: SPAIN

Postby furymaker » 2012 Jul 03, 18:09

also I would move Xavi and whole midfield bit forward , with Xavi standing maybe on top of the circle as that is place where he's most of the time , don't know will that have much difference in-game , I just like to use Spain/Barca or teams who dominates possessions with high defense bit higher on pitch
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Re: SPAIN

Postby Reverend » 2012 Sep 05, 15:59

Goalkeepers: Iker Casillas (Real Madrid), Víctor Valdés (FC Barcelona) y Pepe Reina (Liverpool).

Defenders: Sergio Ramos, Alvaro Arbeloa y Raúl Albiol (Real Madrid), Jordi Alba y Gerard Piqué (FC Barcelona), Monreal (Málaga) y Juanfran (Atlético de Madrid).

Midfielders: Xabi Alonso (Real Madrid), Beñat Etxebarría (Real Betis), Xavi Hernández, Andrés Iniesta, Sergio Busquets y Cesc Fábregas (FC Barcelona), Santi Cazorla (Arsenal).

Strikers: David Silva (Manchester City), Jesús Navas (Sevilla), Pedro Rodríguez y David Villa (FC Barcelona), Roberto Soldado (Valencia) y Fernando Torres (Chelsea).

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Re: SPAIN

Postby vinnie » 2012 Sep 06, 05:49

Good to see Villa, and, call me biased if you like, but i feel De Gea has eclipsed Reina already... just that Reina has a good charisma and positive influence for the dressing room, whereas there isn't the need to disrupt dressing room harmony simply to accomodate a talented young keeper that won't get any time anyways. Just an opinion :) Looking forward to when De Gea debuts for La Roja.
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Re: Spain

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Re: Spain | 5/3/2013

Postby Reverend » 2014 Mar 06, 12:13

Updated ;)
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Re: Spain | 5/3/2013

Postby Fixer » 2014 Mar 06, 12:19

Edit: Forgot I had first post :x
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Re: Spain | 5/3/2013

Postby mracho » 2014 Mar 06, 14:40

Not sure about Chile but it's 2014 over here. ;) ;) ;)
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Re: Spain | 5/3/2014

Postby KeyserSoze » 2014 Mar 06, 14:59

Lol, it was just a typo problem. ^^
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Re: Spain | World Cup 2014

Postby Epsi » 2014 May 15, 15:23

Who does deserve #13? Koke or Juan Mata? Or maybe a forward (Llorente/Villa)? Will Thiago be part of the 23-men team (why is he #7?) Spaniards say it to me B-)
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Re: Spain | World Cup 2014

Postby Fixer » 2014 May 15, 18:20

Spain need way more a Koke than they need a Mata.
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Re: Spain | World Cup 2014

Postby Albo7 » 2014 May 15, 18:22

Yet Mata will be the one to get the call-up for the World Cup.
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Re: Spain | World Cup 2014

Postby Fixer » 2014 May 15, 18:23

Both of them will. I don't see how either of them discards the other.
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Re: Spain | World Cup 2014

Postby Korinov » 2014 May 15, 19:44

Thiago is out due to injury.

Costa and Negredo would be the more logical options for strikers, it's unlikely Krusty will be fielding more than a single striker so two should be enough. I really don't think Villa or Llorente will make it, although Llorente did really well with his post-play in South Africa it's been four years since that and he's not as good as back then.

Mata... I don't really like Mata. I'm still amazed such sums of money have been paid for him in the EPL. Not saying he's not a really good player, but I simply don't have him in high regards.

My guess is for Krusty to stick to his usual 4-5-1, likely with Casillas as keeper and Azpilicueta - Piqué - Ramos - Alba in the back four. I don't know what's he going to do in the mid, Busquets - Alonso - Xavi would be the slowest midfield ever, Alonso has proven this season how much he struggles nowadays when playing more than a single match per week, so I'd use him sparcely and same for Xavi. I guess Pedro will get a spot as his energy is much needed and he always performs fine for the NT anyway. Krusty will need to use his bench proficiently if he wants to last long in the competition IMO. I'd probably stick to Silva as the pivotal player of the team but Krusty's never been a big fan of his.

BTW if Spain doesn't win it'll likely be due to Arbeloa's abscence.
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