Club: River Plate (2003-2006)
P09 – Early Cross (SB; WB; CM; AM; SM; WF) (Offensive)
A player with great vision who won’t miss the chance to hit an early cross.
aimar16 wrote:Hoping for someone to update this
Moysís wrote:Good set here mate, but I think his ACC could be at least on 85, he had nice burst on short distances, while his DS I'd say 85/86 max.. also he didn't leave impression as quite weak player like it is here presented, it's more about close to green value tbh..
Link man wrote:I've been watching Gallardo's second stage matches at River, if someone could create it, I can gladly help and suggest some numbers
Link man wrote:I forgot the speeds, TS if or if it should go in white, almost did not run without the ball, only when there was a clear chance of goal, while the AGI and the DS, I think it would leave 86 and 85 respectively. The DA and the TEC did not touch them, it still had those spectacular touches.
Vickingo wrote:Added second River era.
Tried to be more extreme in some numbers to replicate how technically good he was in these years, how much consistent at it and the way he changed as a player. He's been always a playmaker, but in this second era he was a Classic no. 10, those who are extinct nowadays. I was more impressed about his long passing than his short, eventhough he was excellent in both, he was a real meance at set pieces crossing or shoting.
He was so damn smart at his actions, you really notice when a player knows exactly what to do before receive the ball and where his teammates will run or be, that was Gallardo, a supreme intelligent player. It's true he wasn't so slow, but I wanna limit his actions at full speed, he kept a quite decent DS by moments, even could grow to yellows taking into account his TS but I don't want to overrate him. Other significant change is his mentality, he was a leader in the pitch when he came back to River, another type of player than when he was young, and he playe quite a lot in the three years, aside some normal injuries, so that will help him to complete the matches cause his stamina was quite bad.
The other changes were about his agility, yeah he was still quite agile but he was like 4 or 5 kg heavier than 3 years before and it was really noticiable at his movements, he had some quick turns but really far from his top days in this. And to balance this and because it was true as I said before, he is, probably with Ortega the players I noticed the most significant change at his BB when he was older, he really knew how to use his body and keep possesion meanwhile he lost agility.
I'll try to work and finish his 1996-1998 set, it's the only one we left, cause after 2006 he went to PSG a year, then to MLS and finished his carrer -yeah being good- at Nacional.
Vickingo wrote:I found it, this pass is absolute genius, curling, speed, otside foot, tempo and vision...imho is a 99 kind of pass, just crazy assist to Farías.
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