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Juan Pablo Carrizo

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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby zuo » 2009 Feb 23, 09:58

Both condition and consistance should be lowered IMO
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Apr 02, 01:48

now he knows why he's on the bench at Lazio.
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby HitMan » 2009 Apr 02, 02:14

Rfuna wrote:now he knows why he's on the bench at Lazio.


the reason i even clicked his name was to say something like that :D

totally agree, 6 goals, pfff, if they played in space where theres no oxygen at all to breathe, a keeper of argentina's goal should not get 6 OMG 6 goals in his net :D what an idiot :roll:
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Apr 02, 06:14

What happened in that match...did anyone see it?

I'm sure it wasn't only his fault. They allowed 23 shots to their 8 :o
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby HitMan » 2009 Apr 02, 15:12

i didnt watch the whole game, but people have told me he saved 3 clean chances so i guess he wasnt all that bad, but the last goal was his fault all the way, shot outside the box, in his corner, he was just ridiculous with his positioning and reflex, check on youtube its easy to find all the goals :P
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby DeFrenZ » 2009 Apr 02, 16:54

yeah, from what i heard he DID a nice performance...
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Apr 02, 17:02

HitMan wrote:i didnt watch the whole game, but people have told me he saved 3 clean chances so i guess he wasnt all that bad, but the last goal was his fault all the way, shot outside the box, in his corner, he was just ridiculous with his positioning and reflex, check on youtube its easy to find all the goals :P

the bolivia keeper also messed up BAD with the Argentina goal. It just goes to show how much we should appreciate keepers like Reina, Casillas, Buffon and Julio Cesar.
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby crisfar » 2009 Apr 03, 17:07

4 out of the six goals was his fault, he also provocated the action where Zanetti caused the penalty, his performance was terrifying, even more than his picture above...
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Apr 03, 18:00

crisfar wrote:his performance was terrifying, even more than his picture above...
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby zuo » 2009 Apr 04, 19:15

i am sorry but for what i've seen in our serie A cons 7 is a joke....at least ....and now he sits on the bench in Lazio....maybe even is cond 7 can be discussed....toughts?
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Apr 15, 04:51

7 consistency was good for his play for River Plate. But I must say he is definitely a 6 for Lazio at best
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby danielfrancog » 2009 Apr 15, 05:46

crisfar wrote:4 out of the six goals was his fault, he also provocated the action where Zanetti caused the penalty, his performance was terrifying, even more than his picture above...


actuallly i saw the game and he was quite good that game would've ended 15- 0 if it wasnt for him and he was pick as MOM (man of match)by a lot of people
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby Vandeach » 2009 May 05, 20:36

Just to let you know his SPA is actually better than Fulham midfielder Dickson Etuhu, is he a goalkeeper playmaker, like his namesake?
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby danifer91_15 » 2009 Jul 27, 14:18

Move him to Real Zaragoza
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby Tom » 2009 Oct 03, 12:07

I'm really surprised that nothing came into fruition about his Consistency value, it has to be decreased to a 5/6 value in this department.

So far at Zaragoza he's majorly improved in one department - his Mentality. He looks exceedingly brave and he's actually playing with determination and commitment, and looking a lot more like Manuel Almunia in the process. I wouldn't raise his Mentality just yet but it's something that has to be discussed.

I'd also raise his TS and Acceleration values, he's pretty quick off his line! Granted, he shouldn't sit at the same values as Fabianski and Ustari but I reckon it'd be fair to put him at a TS value of 70-73 and and an Acceleration of 72-74.

I reckon he's also slightly stronger, and thus warrants a higher Balance. He doesn't have a kind of strength that stands-out and he's really nothing special, but an 84 wouldn't go amiss, would it?
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Oct 03, 16:10

GoonerLover66 wrote:I'm really surprised that nothing came into fruition about his Consistency value, it has to be decreased to a 5/6 value in this department.

So far at Zaragoza he's majorly improved in one department - his Mentality. He looks exceedingly brave and he's actually playing with determination and commitment, and looking a lot more like Manuel Almunia in the process. I wouldn't raise his Mentality just yet but it's something that has to be discussed.

I'd also raise his TS and Acceleration values, he's pretty quick off his line! Granted, he shouldn't sit at the same values as Fabianski and Ustari but I reckon it'd be fair to put him at a TS value of 70-73 and and an Acceleration of 72-74.

I reckon he's also slightly stronger, and thus warrants a higher Balance. He doesn't have a kind of strength that stands-out and he's really nothing special, but an 84 wouldn't go amiss, would it?

It was hard to do consistency because it seems to be more about form and confidence. He never really played well at Lazio. Glad to hear about his Mentality showing through, and I agree that he is pretty quick.

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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby Markulur » 2009 Oct 12, 18:33

Is he really special considering this stats? Or he needs some standarizing?
Dribble Accuracy: 58
Short Pass Accuracy: 70
Technique: 65
Aggression: 68
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby Ace » 2009 Oct 12, 19:53

about DA, he's famous for "gambeta", a feint he do against attackers. you can find lot of video on youtube ;)
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Re: Juan Pablo CARRIZO

Postby Tom » 2009 Oct 12, 20:44

Ace wrote:about DA, he's famous for "gambeta", a feint he do against attackers. you can find lot of video on youtube ;)


That's definitely true but he's not even come close to attempting that in the La Liga. In fact, it may surprise you that Carrizo - at Real Zaragoza - is sticking to his line as if his boots were lined with glue! :shock: And that's not a joke, he's looking like a completely different keeper in Spain!

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