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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by 110% on Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:42 am

André the Giant wrote:You may well say that Busquets may as well not have been there, but, according to the SkySports website, Casillas and Patricio literally weren't.

I also noticed you couldn't vote on cronaldo. I would guess that the cronaldo voting was abused, and in removing him they made some error and removed the 2 keepers by accident


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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by 110% on Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:55 am

If busquets did do something specific last night I am sure that someone would be able to point out exactly what it was and when, and ideally provide a youtube clip, otherwise there is just busquets fans saying he had a few nice touches.

I agree that Silva for example had a bad game. It seems that busquets had a normal game, so it looks like in a normal game he does very little (or according to marca in an exceptional game for him he does very little).
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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by the real white worm on Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:00 am

110% wrote:If busquets did do something specific last night I am sure that someone would be able to point out exactly what it was and when, and ideally provide a youtube clip, otherwise there is just busquets fans saying he had a few nice touches.

I agree that Silva for example had a bad game. It seems that busquets had a normal game, so it looks like in a normal game he does very little (or according to marca in an exceptional game for him he does very little).

you're obviously a facking simpleton if you culdnt see sum of the amzing stufff he did yday. Maybe you just feel stupid now coz u compared buaquets to neville Basketball

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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by 110% on Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:03 am

worms. wrote:
110% wrote:If busquets did do something specific last night I am sure that someone would be able to point out exactly what it was and when, and ideally provide a youtube clip, otherwise there is just busquets fans saying he had a few nice touches.

I agree that Silva for example had a bad game. It seems that busquets had a normal game, so it looks like in a normal game he does very little (or according to marca in an exceptional game for him he does very little).

you're obviously a facking simpleton if you culdnt see sum of the amzing stufff he did yday. Maybe you just feel stupid now coz u compared buaquets to neville Basketball

I do a bit, because now I am thinking maybe neville is better than busquets tongue
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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by the real white worm on Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:14 am

110% wrote:
worms. wrote:
110% wrote:If busquets did do something specific last night I am sure that someone would be able to point out exactly what it was and when, and ideally provide a youtube clip, otherwise there is just busquets fans saying he had a few nice touches.

I agree that Silva for example had a bad game. It seems that busquets had a normal game, so it looks like in a normal game he does very little (or according to marca in an exceptional game for him he does very little).

you're obviously a facking simpleton if you culdnt see sum of the amzing stufff he did yday. Maybe you just feel stupid now coz u compared buaquets to neville Basketball

I do a bit, because now I am thinking maybe neville is better than busquets tongue

ha ha very funny
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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by Romford Pele on Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:56 am

Fade out wrote:I think he will always be a DM. Javi Martinez on the other hand.. cheers M'Vila has the ability for long passing. Hope he develops on that.

I like M'Vila, you know this but Song is an awesome long range passer - something you roundly criticise him for
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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by Fade out on Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:06 am

Romford Pele wrote:
Fade out wrote:I think he will always be a DM. Javi Martinez on the other hand.. cheers M'Vila has the ability for long passing. Hope he develops on that.

I like M'Vila, you know this but Song is an awesome long range passer - something you roundly criticise him for

That's becaue out of his 30-40 attempts, he gets 10 right. He's like Charlie Adam.
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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by Romford Pele on Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:07 am

That's definitely not true.

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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by worms. on Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:15 pm

110% wrote:
Disco Benny wrote:
I want Pirlos babys wrote:The Past present and future:


Pirlo waltzing past him to set up Di Natale was fun Ale

Forget playmaking, I think that Busquets might actually not be very good at defending. Apart from letting Pirlo run past him, he let lampard set up the 2 goals in the CL.

It seems to me that Busquest is "nevilling" it. By this I mean that Gary Neville was a quite reliable but average player who fit well with Becks and therefore made a whole career for club and country, based on playing well with another player. Busquets is not particularly special at anything but fits well with xavi. If he was playing at a club other than barcelona he'd be a nobody Razz .

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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by worms. on Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:18 pm

10% is like one of those DPL fanboys who only rate players who score screamers from 25 yards out and so a epic slide tackle.That's as far as his understanding of the game goes so just ignore him.
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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by the real white worm on Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:18 pm

Sergio Vamos wrote:
110% wrote:
Disco Benny wrote:
I want Pirlos babys wrote:The Past present and future:


Pirlo waltzing past him to set up Di Natale was fun Ale

Forget playmaking, I think that Busquets might actually not be very good at defending. Apart from letting Pirlo run past him, he let lampard set up the 2 goals in the CL.

It seems to me that Busquest is "nevilling" it. By this I mean that Gary Neville was a quite reliable but average player who fit well with Becks and therefore made a whole career for club and country, based on playing well with another player. Busquets is not particularly special at anything but fits well with xavi. If he was playing at a club other than barcelona he'd be a nobody Razz .

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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by the real white worm on Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:19 pm

Sergio Vamos wrote:10% is like one of those DPL fanboys who only rate players who score screamers from 25 yards out and so a epic slide tackle.That's as far as his understanding of the game goes so just ignore him.

he probly doesnt rate someone like raquelme coz he's just like "oh he only passes, that he means hes average". facking n0b.

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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by 110% on Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:23 pm

lol! lol!

Show me some "made up" PES stats, because you sure as hell didn't negate anything I said.

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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by 110% on Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:27 pm

worms. wrote:
Sergio Vamos wrote:10% is like one of those DPL fanboys who only rate players who score screamers from 25 yards out and so a epic slide tackle.That's as far as his understanding of the game goes so just ignore him.

he probly doesnt rate someone like raquelme coz he's just like "oh he only passes, that he means hes average". facking n0b.

At least I can spell his name
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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by the real white worm on Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:27 pm

they don't even play the same position you n0bface! and you're laughing at your own jokes.


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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by 110% on Thu Jun 28, 2012 2:04 pm

I never said they play the same position, learn to read

I am laughing at you lol!
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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by the real white worm on Thu Jun 28, 2012 2:12 pm

just shutup you f@nny flap
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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by messiah on Thu Jun 28, 2012 7:15 pm

http://www.zonalmarking.net/2010/07/16/sergio-busquets-world-cup-final/
http://www.zonalmarking.net/2010/09/20/atletico-madrid-1-2-barcelona-busquets-takes-modern-centre-half-role-a-little-further/

Gary Busquests

For a DM, his game reading is the best in the world. He makes clever interceptions (without having to lunge in with heavy tackles or busting a gut), just by near perfect anticipation of opposition movement. His quick ball recovery and one-touch layoff to the man in space keeps the attack in motion in short succession. Always making himself available for the pass, and thus helping in ball retention. He lays the foundation for the tempo and the direction of attack, via simple and smart ball distribution. The thing with Busquets is, he is quite unorthodox for a DM, in that his game is subtle and effortless. Also why many(english people) fail to recognize his role and importance for spain and barca.





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Favourite Player : Goldado,Zlatan,Robben aka The Bald Prince, Busquets has now won the Euro's x1, World Cup x1, La Liga x3, UCL x2, Coppa DR x2, UEFA SC x2, Club World Cup x2. At the age of 23
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Re: Future of DLP?

Post by worms. on Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:12 pm

messiah wrote:http://www.zonalmarking.net/2010/07/16/sergio-busquets-world-cup-final/
http://www.zonalmarking.net/2010/09/20/atletico-madrid-1-2-barcelona-busquets-takes-modern-centre-half-role-a-little-further/

Gary Busquests

For a DM, his game reading is the best in the world. He makes clever interceptions (without having to lunge in with heavy tackles or busting a gut), just by near perfect anticipation of opposition movement. His quick ball recovery and one-touch layoff to the man in space keeps the attack in motion in short succession. Always making himself available for the pass, and thus helping in ball retention. He lays the foundation for the tempo and the direction of attack, via simple and smart ball distribution. The thing with Busquets is, he is quite unorthodox for a DM, in that his game is subtle and effortless. Also why many(english people) fail to recognize his role and importance for spain and barca.





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