Arthur (15 Viewers)


Senior Member
Apr 25, 2013
Xavi was the best at ball retention and recycling possession. Iniesta was a better dribbler and more agile that allowed him to get past players more often.
Calling Arthur a poor man's Xavi is pretty apt at this point.
@Signora Omicidi :tup:
At one point he was pressed by almost 5 Roma players near our penalty area and got away with ease and started a great counter. That was a joy to watch.
Why even press him it’s pointless.
He's literally unpressable :lol:

Clearly faster than before due to better conditioning/match fitness. Slowed down at 75th min like some of his teammates which is better than before.

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 4, Guests: 9)