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Edgar Barreto

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Re: Edgar BARRETO

Postby jmg721 » 2009 May 20, 19:22

Reggina is now officially relegated!!!

It's a real pity for players like Barreto, Carmona, Cozza & Cirillo. Hope we will see at least Carmona & Barreto to get a chance to still play and develop in the Serie A. Good players.
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Re: Edgar BARRETO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 May 21, 00:09

jmg721 wrote:Reggina is now officially relegated!!!

It's a real pity for players like Barreto, Carmona, Cozza & Cirillo. Hope we will see at least Carmona & Barreto to get a chance to still play and develop in the Serie A. Good players.

ha ha, suckas... I imagine both Baretto and Carmona will find new clubs within the coming weeks. Cirillo on the otherhand is a bit too reckless in his tackling, he's like Materazzi on a bad day, not sure he's worth the investemnt.
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Re: Edgar BARRETO

Postby DeFrenZ » 2009 Jul 13, 11:44

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Re: Edgar BARRETO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Aug 26, 03:04

Isn't he quite a sturdy player? He looks very solid in the Atalanta midfield vs Lazio (at least 2X Zarate bounced off him). I would suggest, given his average weight, BB @ 82/83

Im not sure I agree with high LPS and high curling for Baretto. He's not much different than Manfredini when it comes to sending a long pass or even set pieces. I would suggest curling @ 77/78.
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Re: Edgar BARRETO

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Aug 26, 08:51

Rfuna wrote:Im not sure I agree with high LPS and high curling for Baretto. He's not much different than Manfredini when it comes to sending a long pass or even set pieces. I would suggest curling @ 77/78.
I haven't seen him with Atalanta yet. But his LP with Reggina was excellent. I've always been impressed with Manfredini's LP as well though. Only held off on raising it too much because I didn't want him to be too effective for a CB. Especially when comparing him to guys like Silvestre & Siviglia. But you have a fresher look at Baretto, and I'll take a look when I see an Atalanta match, as see if I agree 8-) BTW...where did you find the match? It didn't play on FSC...
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Re: Edgar BARRETO

Postby strajder » 2010 Jul 20, 09:16

Barreto did not played as much at FWC as expected, even dough he showed some admirable skills when he got his chance. I think his SA could be at least 80, he was first penalty taker vs Japan and was pretty sure when scoring it. He has some mean right foot with a really powerful shot, so 86 is well suited for him, but his strike is not so curling, it is more straight and strong (like Riquelme's). I also think his FK should be a bit higher (i think FIFA rated him about 90, but I don't think he deserves that much, 84-86 would be fair enough).

Here are some of his devastating shots:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLzHf10i ... re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dmfhih34 ... re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZ1nZ91u ... re=related
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Re: Edgar BARRETO

Postby ominho » 2011 Jun 28, 15:20

Doesn't he need RSM position? He seems to have played there recently for NT & maybe had done for clubs before.
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Re: Edgar BARRETO

Postby muradkaa » 2012 Aug 03, 09:15

ominho wrote:Doesn't he need RSM position? He seems to have played there recently for NT & maybe had done for clubs before.
http://www.football-lineups.com/footbal ... /Analysis/

Yes, it is necessary to add SM (both sides) and make the position of the main DM (last season he played on it A LOT of games, rather than on the CM and SM).
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Re: Edgar BARRETO

Postby muradkaa » 2012 Nov 02, 05:44

muradkaa wrote:
ominho wrote:Doesn't he need RSM position? He seems to have played there recently for NT & maybe had done for clubs before.
http://www.football-lineups.com/footbal ... /Analysis/

Yes, it is necessary to add SM (both sides) and make the position of the main DM (last season he played on it A LOT of games, rather than on the CM and SM).

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Re: Edgar Barreto

Postby Basilio » 2013 Feb 24, 01:41

he was very aggresive today, played like a Juve midfielder :D entering the box a lot and supporting by the right side, seemed to lack agility a lot though i cant be much certain, there was not an specific situation that exposed his agility. Also very sporadic display of speed, good support and pressure
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