Federico Chiesa (2 Viewers)

DanielSz

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Sep 6, 2014
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Lmao

Maybe because one plays RB/RWB while the other is at LW/LM? Are you even capable of comprehending the difference or do you need someone to paint it out for you? Imagine comparing the two when one plays primarily on the right side as a defender while the other is playing as an atacking winger on the left atm.
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Chiesa and Cuadrados heat map vs Spezia, as an example. Call the positions whatever you want, Cuadrado is still a key part of essentially every attack. Chiesa is also playing on the left where crossing is pretty much eliminated from his arsenal as he’s right footed. And the only reason he’s even on that side is because Cuadrado couldn't do it. Once Sandro is fit I would bet that Cuadrado hits the bench and Chiesa moves back to his natural role that Cuadrado is in now. Comprehend that.
 

Alin

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Jul 27, 2015
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Chiesa and Cuadrados heat map vs Spezia, as an example. Call the positions whatever you want, Cuadrado is still a key part of essentially every attack. Chiesa is also playing on the left where crossing is pretty much eliminated from his arsenal as he’s right footed. And the only reason he’s even on that side is because Cuadrado couldn't do it. Once Sandro is fit I would bet that Cuadrado hits the bench and Chiesa moves back to his natural role that Cuadrado is in now. Comprehend that.
Only part i am able to comprehend from it is that you are probably another one of those that watch stats and heat maps instead of the actual game because you can’t be seriously saying that for the past games they’ve played the same positions/roles just that on different sides of the pitch or that Chiesa’s natural role will be the one Cuadrado’s playing in right now... next i wouldn’t be surprised if you will tell us that Alex Sandro will play and fill in the role Chiesa’s playing in now based on those very same heat maps, no offence, but i honestly think we’re getting nowher here, really no point debating further as we are obviously miles apart with our vision on this so let’s just leave it at the part where time is supposed to prove who is going to be right about it.
 
Jun 16, 2020
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Why not both? Chiesa as right winger fully commited to attack, and cuadrado covering him
It’s possible of course. Depends if Pirlo wants to use Ramsey/Kulu as AM, or just some 442/343 formation. But Chiesa and Cuadrado at the same side should work. Chiesa is a bit better cutting inside, and both can take turns providing width and deliver a cross. Also possible in a 433.

Still a lot of question marks regarding our main formation this year, at least for me.
 

Lion

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Jan 24, 2007
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Everyone here fapping over sandro who has been bad for 3 seasons now.

If anyone is bench player its him.

Chiesa is fine on left for now. Sandro offers nothing in attack. We all know this

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Snobist

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Apr 16, 2017
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Is Alex Sandro even enough of an attacking weapon to play the same role as Chiesa? I don't think he is at all. If anything I can see him being a left back (4-4-2) or the left centre back (3-4-3 etc) at best.
Once AS is back i hope we play back 4.
Tek
Cuads-Bonucci-De Ligt- AS
 

Robee

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Jun 21, 2011
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People that complain about footballers complaining on the pitch do make me laugh and i dont think they have ever played a football match in there life.No one gives a shit about it nor do your team mates, everything thats happens during a game is forgetten about after the match.
Oow, I guess it's the other way around, matey. Maybe if you're in a pub's team but with the pressure on many players care and some even lose confidence in difficult moments... But some asses just think about their own and don't see it/care about it. That's football right there.

Apart from that it's also a very important part of lo stile juve. I think it was Marotta commenting on the Higuain gestures when he just here. He stopped that right after. Wonder why...
 
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X Æ A-12

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Sep 4, 2006
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People that complain about footballers complaining on the pitch do make me laugh and i dont think they have ever played a football match in there life.No one gives a shit about it nor do your team mates, everything thats happens during a game is forgetten about after the match.
https://www.football-italia.net/92355/dybala-juve-dont-complain

Dybala : “Last season, in my first few games, I raised my arms once to complain with a teammate for his choice of pass. When I got to the locker room, the club representatives told me: ‘We don’t do that here.’ And I never did again"
 

Arcticdaly

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Oct 3, 2018
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Oow, I guess it's the other way around, matey. Maybe if you're in a pub's team but with the pressure on many players care and some even lose confidence in difficult moments... But some asses just think about their own and don't see it/care about it. That's football right there.

Apart from that it's also a very important part of lo stile juve. I think it was Marotta commenting on the Higuain gestures when he just here. He stopped that right after. Wonder why...
I would have to seriously question the guys mentality if he lost that much confidence from a team mate throwing he's arms in the air for not passing. Sounds like a total mental midget to me.
 

Robee

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Jun 21, 2011
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I would have to seriously question the guys mentality if he lost that much confidence from a team mate throwing he's arms in the air for not passing. Sounds like a total mental midget to me.
Ooh it's not a one-time thing as you so simply put it. It's a process of repetition.

Look at Dybala's confidence right now. Easy to break, difficult to restore... So you better treat it carefully.

Positive energy always gets you the best results, no matter what.
 

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