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    The rumoured Spanish left back.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MXJ View Post
    The rumoured Spanish left back.
    Is that a title for an upcoming indie thriller?


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    Quote Originally Posted by GreeksBearingGifts View Post
    Is that a title for an upcoming indie thriller?
    If not, I will invest in one immediately


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    Be nice to have a proper left back. Gerrim in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MXJ View Post
    The rumoured Spanish left back.
    Next Liam Neeson film


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    Quote Originally Posted by MXJ View Post
    The rumoured Spanish left back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Unity View Post
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    Haiku collection:
    "The Rumoured Spanish Left Back"
    ...by Pineapple Books


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    Default Re: Javier Garrido

    It's most likely Garrido but it could also be this guy : https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/guil.../spieler/44373


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    It's most likely Garrido but it could also be this guy : https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/guil.../spieler/44373
    Looking at his transfer fee drop I'm guessing he's a bit broken?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipstones Pye Eater View Post
    Looking at his transfer fee drop I'm guessing he's a bit broken?
    Just not played a lot of games but certainly found himself at some big clubs.

    I would imagine this deal would only be till the end of the season.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    It's most likely Garrido but it could also be this guy : https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/guil.../spieler/44373
    I had Siqueira on Football Manager once, got him on a free as back up to my main left back but every game he played he was the best player on the pitch for me so he was soon first choice. No relevance at all to real life but if it is him I shall be pleased.


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    Default Re: Javier Garrido

    If he played at Atlético Madrid under Simeone he will be able to defend, put it that way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    If he played at Atlético Madrid under Simeone he will be able to defend, put it that way.
    Ive always found attackers as managers have better defensive teams and defenders as managers have better attacking teams. Douggie and PM prime examples.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gamble View Post
    Ive always found attackers as managers have better defensive teams and defenders as managers have better attacking teams. Douggie and PM prime examples.
    Then you have Diego Simeone, that archetypical uncompromising hard-man of a player who has almost crafted a team of uncompromising hard-men in his own image!

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    Default Re: Javier Garrido

    It would be great to have a Spanish left-back. Good ones don;t come along very often, so we certainly should never choose to keep Armand Traore and Danny Fox ahead of one. Oh, wait.


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    Is he as good as Panillos?.
    Shame we never managed to sign him.
    Oh, hold on a minute.


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    Pinillos was very over rated by our fans.

    Constantly let his winger in behind him, backed off and never stopped the cross.

    Comfortable on the ball and scored a goal vs derby won his lots of fans. As a defender, not great at all. He got savaged in Barnsley's second half against fulham.


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    So u can imagine why so many still want fox in the lineup against Fulham. If pinilos get savaged, fox would get raped


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Stone's Mullet View Post
    Pinillos was very over rated by our fans.

    Constantly let his winger in behind him, backed off and never stopped the cross.

    Comfortable on the ball and scored a goal vs derby won his lots of fans. As a defender, not great at all. He got savaged in Barnsley's second half against fulham.
    The goal that kept us up........


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    Quote Originally Posted by T.O.Tricky. View Post
    The goal that kept us up........
    Not really, its a goal that helped keep us up.


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    I like to think that it was Derby's poor defending of Pinillos's goal that kept us up. That point we gained was the one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cortez the Killer View Post
    I like to think that it was Derby's poor defending of Pinillos's goal that kept us up. That point we gained was the one.

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    Me as well.......that 1 pt.


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    Wasn't there a stat flying about at some point about us often winning when Pinillos played?

    This Javier looks mint

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    Default Re: Javier Garrido

    just this deal to pull off now?


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    Quote Originally Posted by gamble View Post
    Ive always found attackers as managers have better defensive teams and defenders as managers have better attacking teams. Douggie and PM prime examples.
    I reckon that's easy to explain.

    Strikers spend their entire career learning to exploit weaknesses in defences, hence know what it takes to stop this and become defensively minded managers.

    Defenders spend their entire career trying to nullify the impact of strikers, hence know the difference between an easy-to-contain striker and a devastatingly effective one, so become more attack minded managers.

    In theory at least, that should make midfielders the most balanced managers, but no idea if that plays out...




 

 

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