jmg721 wrote:after looking at the Marchisio Passing update...makes me think Luca might need a slight boost.
Alex_10 wrote:jmg721 wrote:after looking at the Marchisio Passing update...makes me think Luca might need a slight boost.
yes, imo SPS @ 83 and LPS @ 82/83
I'm suggesting whatever will make Gargano play in a more advanced role. I suggest Cigarini as DMF, also Melo. Gargano should stay as a CMF but remain with a decent defensive stat.jmg721 wrote:
So given that Cigarini is a Regista like Liverani, Ledesma and Pirlo....I think they all should be the same. I had to make Ledesma & Liverani DMF so they would play the deepest role and so they would stay deep. Pirlo I'm guessing isn't DMF because Gatusso plays that role on the side. Since Napoli really don't have a DMF role(don't they play with 2 cmf basically)...it probably doesn't matter. Are you suggesting we change him and Gargano both to DMF?
jmg721 wrote:I think Cigarini is out of favor because he is still building chemistry with the squad. I don't know why Bogliaccino and Pazienza are playing in his place. Maybe that's why they are at 4 points
Napoli playmaker Luca Cigarini has revealed that his teammates have nicknamed him 'a Beautiful Mind'.
The 23-year-old is renowned for being a good reader of the game, but he hasn't featured as regularly as expected since his move from Atalanta in the summer.
Reflecting on his nickname, Cigarini told Radio Marte: “Before they called me Toscanini or even the Professor, but nothing was convincing enough to stick. Here it's something else, though.”
Looking ahead to this weekend's clash with Siena, the former Italy Under-21 international said: “It will not be an easy game, but we are working with intensity.
“The team is very concentrated and we will try not to get distracted. Personally since I have been in Napoli I have grown a lot in my ability to intercept the ball.
“I always put myself at Mazzarri's service. I have not lost my characteristics, but the Coach asks for greater dynamism in the interception phase and I am doing it.
“There is a healthy competition in the position. We are not making silly wars in the dressing room. We are all travelling in the same direction,” he concluded.
Rfuna wrote:In case anyone's wondering why he's not a starter with napoli:
jmg721 wrote:I think the problem with his time at Napoli has actually been his defensive positioning and response.
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