jmg721 wrote:Any thoughts on my suggestions?
Also, does anyone know why he isn't starting every game? It's obvious that he is their best player. I know he had a problem with the coach, but then the coach got fired....is it a problem with the whole Torino management maybe? If that is the fact, I'd imagine a lot of teams would be trying to get him this winter
Yeah, so poor that Rosina has 10 posts, and Ronaldo has 10 PAGES of postslo zio wrote:one last note about rosina....he alone would be a good reason to choose the 3-5-2 rather than the 4-4-2. Not only that kid has an amazing talent (touch, technique, dribbling, shot, passing.. he really has it all).. what impress me most is his practical sense and his tactical awareness. he's not the usual talented winger\ss\advanced midfielder, who has absolutely no understanding of what should be his duty on the pitch (like quaresma)... neither he's the usual lazy winger who plays 5 good matches per season.
he always knows what's the right thing to do, when it's time to show his skills, and when it's better to go for a simple play. he doesn't try any tricks or fancy moves unless he realise those moves could be useful. and he doesn't "disappear" for 30 minutes from the match (as many talented wingers in europe often do).... he always gives everything he has for the whole match.
if i could choose between both quaresma and mancini (i mean both of them, altogether) and rosina, i would have no hesitations in picking rosina for my team.
once Sabac called carrozzieri the poor men's materazzi (wich was quite an appropriate and funny label)... well i'd say rosina is the poor men's c. ronaldo.
Largely due to his set pieces and CK. His crosses are vicious. He has great pace & curl on them, and his accuracy isn't bad. His short passing is really good as well, but given his *passing and *playmaker stars...I won't suggest anything at the moment.LPA: 81
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