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The D.I.L.F
Sep 16, 2003
28,506
#6
Let me just say this in regards to this transfer




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piotrr

Forza Vesuvio
Sep 13, 2011
27,795
#11
Since i prepared it anyway i'm posting it here.



Full name: Paulo Bruno Dybala
Date of birth: 15 November 1993 (age 21)
Place of birth: Laguna Larga, Córdoba, Argentina
Height: 1.79 m (5 ft 10 1⁄2 in)​


Early life
His grandfather, Bolesław, was born in the village of Kraśniów in Poland. His family also has Italian origins.

Club career
Instituto de Córdoba
Nicknamed La Joya or El pibe de la pensión, Dybala made his professional debut in the Primera B Nacional (Argentine second division) with his hometown club Instituto Atlético Central Córdoba, when he was 17 years old. In total he played 40 games with the club, scoring 17 goals. Was the youngest to score a goal beating the record of Mario Kempes, was the first to play 38 consecutive games in a professional league in the country by beating again Kempes, was the first to score two hat-tricks in a season and has scored in six consecutive games, surpassing the previous record of four games.

Palermo
On 29 April 2012, U.S. Città di Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini announced the signing of Dybala stating "We have got Paulo Dybala – the new Sergio Agüero". Later the same day however, Instituto's general secretary José Teaux, stated that the man who had completed the negotiations with Palermo, did not have the mandate to sell him.

On 20 July 2012, Palermo released a press announcement confirming the signing of Dybala, who signed a four-year deal with the Sicilian club. He debuted with the rosanero in Serie A match against Lazio. Dybala scored his first and second goal in Italy on 11 November 2012 when Palermo defeated Sampdoria at home by 2–0.

Dybala had his breakthrough season in the 2014–15 Serie A where he scored 10 goals in the first half of the season, forming a successful striking partnership with fellow Argentine Franco Vázquez and being linked with several top European clubs.

Dybala's agent has confirmed that PSG and Chelsea have made a bid for the Argentine striker.

International career
Dybala was called by the Argentina Under-17 to participate in the XVI Pan American Games, but in the end he did not take part in the competition. On 19 July 2012 he received his first call in the Argentina Under-20, but declined the invitation.

Thanks to his dual citizenship, Dybala is also eligible to play for Poland and Italy but he has expressly stated that he feels Argentine and has always dreamt of playing for Argentina.

Style of play
A quick, creative, and agile player, with good technical ability, Dybala is known for his dribbling and close control in limited spaces, as well as his ability to protect and hold up the ball with his back to goal. Due to his pace, positioning, and ball skills, he excels during counter-attacks, and at beating the offside trap to make attacking runs. A hardworking player, he is also known for his defensive contribution. Dybala is capable both of creating chances for team-mates as well as scoring goals, due to his powerful and accurate shooting and heading ability. A versatile forward, he is capable of playing in any offensive position, as a striker, supporting forward, attacking midfielder, or even as an inverted winger on the right, where he is able to shoot on goal with his stronger left foot.


 

Mark

The Informer
Administrator
Dec 19, 2003
76,932
#12


Full name Paulo Bruno Dybala
Date of birth 15 November 1993 (age 21)
Place of birth Laguna Larga, Córdoba, Argentina
Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10 1⁄2 in)​


Early life
His grandfather, Bolesław, was born in the village of Kraśniów in Poland. His family also has Italian origins.

Club career
Instituto de Córdoba
Nicknamed La Joya[6] or El pibe de la pensión, Dybala made his professional debut in the Primera B Nacional (Argentine second division) with his hometown club Instituto Atlético Central Córdoba, when he was 17 years old. In total he played 40 games with the club, scoring 17 goals. Was the youngest to score a goal beating the record of Mario Kempes, was the first to play 38 consecutive games in a professional league in the country by beating again Kempes, was the first to score two hat-tricks in a season and has scored in six consecutive games, surpassing the previous record of four games.

Palermo
On 29 April 2012, U.S. Città di Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini announced the signing of Dybala stating "We have got Paulo Dybala – the new Sergio Agüero". Later the same day however, Instituto's general secretary José Teaux, stated that the man who had completed the negotiations with Palermo, did not have the mandate to sell him.

On 20 July 2012, Palermo released a press announcement confirming the signing of Dybala, who signed a four-year deal with the Sicilian club. He debuted with the rosanero in Serie A match against Lazio. Dybala scored his first and second goal in Italy on 11 November 2012 when Palermo defeated Sampdoria at home by 2–0.

Dybala had his breakthrough season in the 2014–15 Serie A where he scored 10 goals in the first half of the season, forming a successful striking partnership with fellow Argentine Franco Vázquez and being linked with several top European clubs.

Dybala's agent has confirmed that PSG and Chelsea have made a bid for the Argentine striker.

International career
Dybala was called by the Argentina Under-17 to participate in the XVI Pan American Games, but in the end he did not take part in the competition. On 19 July 2012 he received his first call in the Argentina Under-20, but declined the invitation.

Thanks to his dual citizenship, Dybala is also eligible to play for Poland and Italy but he has expressly stated that he feels Argentine and has always dreamt of playing for Argentina.

Style of play
A quick, creative, and agile player, with good technical ability, Dybala is known for his dribbling and close control in limited spaces,[19] as well as his ability to protect and hold up the ball with his back to goal.[20] Due to his pace, positioning, and ball skills, he excels during counter-attacks,[20] and at beating the offside trap to make attacking runs. A hardworking player, he is also known for his defensive contribution.[20] Dybala is capable both of creating chances for team-mates as well as scoring goals, due to his powerful and accurate shooting and heading ability.[19][20] A versatile forward, he is capable of playing in any offensive position, as a striker, supporting forward, attacking midfielder, or even as an inverted winger on the right, where he is able to shoot on goal with his stronger left foot.


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