vickingo_73 wrote:Are you talking seriously? I could watch many times, he's a great keeper, but it's difficult to say that he's one of the greatest in the world no? Or are you joking?
Basilio wrote:Everything IMO, but i rather focus on the main things. You know in latin america exists keepers that are usually on level with the greatest in the world, more than nothing in reflexes. For baguera well ill say he does need lots of upgrades, his positional sense gotta be the best in conmebol, ive seen noone as intelligent as him, on it, he is very intelligent on the goal-line, also when comming out on one one's, where he simply is unbeatable. His reactions are very sharp and are well represented, though he can go 1-2 points up. One of his main aspects is that he is doubtless, when he goes out for crosses he goes and applies such fear to the opponent....He is freaking mad on them, he is one of the few keepers that still feeling the boss in their area, as nowadays keepers are much more conservative and rather precatious. His handling have also gone up, not really impressive as he have never been on it, though his keeper skills are much improved, he catches kinda well, punches intelligent wise, and have superb ball stoping. Anyways what makes of banguera such special, is his consistency, he alwasy plays and is always godlike, constantly getting red arrows. Also a bit weird though, im quite sure he needs both, penalty stopper and taker, he never failed anyone and was the main kicker at espoli, and for stopper, well he stops them very well, very good reader of the kicker. Im not sure about numbers but, these should go up:
also add penalty taker and stopper cards, and 1 on 1 keeping card and star
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