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Leonardo Spinazzola

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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby antony » 2017 Feb 25, 18:54

impressive game today and impressive season is doing.. never think that he would become this complete player
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby KeyserSoze » 2017 Jun 08, 15:47

Does he have any chance to settle at Juventus from 2017-18 onwards?

Well, he's different than Dani Alves, Cuadrado, Lichsteiner, Alex Sandro... But he has a very interesting mix of fitness and technical abilities, besides a nice tactical discipline which makes him a good utilty player overall.

The problem is that I hardly imagine him excelling at a particular spot in Juventus.
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby Oriello » 2017 Aug 04, 00:01

KeyserSoze wrote:Does he have any chance to settle at Juventus from 2017-18 onwards?
It seems Juventus' board are trying to bring him back from his long-term loan, but Atalanta are refusing since they lost a few players already.

I guess he would compete with de Sciglio at RB (being right footed) and Lichsteiner would be sold to the French club he has agreed personal terms with (I kinda hope this happens as he has not looked good in pre-season, and I think his quality is on a big decline). Sandro is undisputable LB and Asamoah acceptabe back-up there (though it would be great to have the flexability that both de Sciglio and Spinazzola can play either side!).

While I like the idea of trying Cuadrado at RB just because he has the energy and speed, it is way too much of liability defensively - other than that I can't see Spinazzola breaking into the midfield and being in competition with any of the bigger names..unless Allegri wants to go ultra defensive and play SB as SMF again (smh)...I think one game last season was;

Lichsteiner - Bonnuci - Chi/Rug/Ben - Asamoah
D.Alves - Khedira - Pjanic - Sandro

4 fullbacks at once, Allegri mastermind.


Should he not have ★ Middle Shooting if he has P10 Long Ranger?
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby Meroving » 2018 Jul 20, 21:03

Number 37 in Juve, please edit
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby AdAc » 2019 Mar 10, 13:56

Spinazzola barely plays on the right side but he can do it and he does it when it's necessary

Side should be both
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby Slizzard » 2019 Mar 14, 11:03

It's the first time I saw him play VS Atletico and I was really surprised. He was tireless, showed good DA and quick feet.
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby AdAc » 2019 Mar 14, 15:15

People here in Italy compares him to Zambrotta, even if their technical abilities are very different (for me)
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby biondi » 2019 Mar 26, 21:16

he is playing very nicely vs liechtestein
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby Basilio » 2019 Mar 26, 22:04

Yes he is very good on the wing. His dribbling style reminds me of Jeff Montero, he uses both legs and combined with good dribbling skills he becomes indeciphrable for the defender. Weak foot usage is such a valuable weapon for a winger because it allows them to exploit whichever angle the defender is not covering with their body, this in turn leaves the defender at his mercy. Few wingers/wingbacks like him dominate them and makes them very dangerous even with otherwise limited skills.

His close control is very nice as well, I suggest wfa/wff 7/7 and DA 84.
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby Epsi » 2019 Mar 31, 18:12

Basilio wrote:Yes he is very good on the wing. His dribbling style reminds me of Jeff Montero, he uses both legs and combined with good dribbling skills he becomes indeciphrable for the defender. Weak foot usage is such a valuable weapon for a winger because it allows them to exploit whichever angle the defender is not covering with their body, this in turn leaves the defender at his mercy. Few wingers/wingbacks like him dominate them and makes them very dangerous even with otherwise limited skills.

His close control is very nice as well, I suggest wfa/wff 7/7 and DA 84.


DA at 84 is a bit hazardous. Isn't more agile than a good dribbler? His agility surely can be around 83.
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby antony » 2019 Mar 31, 23:56

Epsi wrote:
Basilio wrote:Yes he is very good on the wing. His dribbling style reminds me of Jeff Montero, he uses both legs and combined with good dribbling skills he becomes indeciphrable for the defender. Weak foot usage is such a valuable weapon for a winger because it allows them to exploit whichever angle the defender is not covering with their body, this in turn leaves the defender at his mercy. Few wingers/wingbacks like him dominate them and makes them very dangerous even with otherwise limited skills.

His close control is very nice as well, I suggest wfa/wff 7/7 and DA 84.


DA at 84 is a bit hazardous. Isn't more agile than a good dribbler? His agility surely can be around 83.


I think the same thing, he seems improved technically but not that much his focal point is more about his great physical effort up and down on the side, pretty tireless player
I see stamina on 90
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby AdAc » 2019 Apr 01, 18:00

Ok for stamina and top speed

He is better than this in long balls; he often makes good crosses (bordering yellows I think)

Attack can be a bit up too
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby AdAc » 2019 May 03, 21:28

He looks like a marathoner
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Re: Leonardo Spinazzola

Postby stumink » 2019 Dec 07, 07:47

He is very good attack sideback. He deserves upgrade in attack and crossing ability. Any thoughts?

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