Anymi wrote:Diego Lopez??? dude Pepe Reina haha, nah Casillas will captain, you got Fab on the bench, Llorente on the bench...what a line up
i think the goal keeper is the most obbvious position in Spain...
In my opinion Alonso is better than Fabregas, wasn't that kind of the debate, either one of the two? Surely both cannot play, and I chose Alonso, so did Del Bosque in his last friendly vs France..
And Shahensa believed me my hand typed and deleted Senna about 4 times, but I decided to delete him and a more effective formation.. Like the players that are playing better now, I think Senna was key in the Spanish Euro win, but I think he's a bit burnt out now, let us not forget he's in his age...
This is a powerful team, but I think its vulnerable to one thing.. Fast spontaneaities (is that a word?)... Granted they will posses and tactically destroy most teams, I think a fast counter attack could be there Achiles Tendon, think USA for example, really had nothing better than Spain, but two quick counter attacks by Donovan(speedy) Altidore, and Dempsey and they got scored on... Put these two teams to play 10 times, and Spain would win 9, prolly, but that time USA won, thanks to quick-ass counterattacks that I think showed the World the only reall weakness they have .. After the first goal, Then USA, closed their gates, and defended with power strength and might, and when Spain was about to choke, they killed them with the second goal.. Thats like getting fu***ed without a lubricant (no it isn't I just wanted to say that:D) So Managers around the world, take note, on how you can score on Spain.
And I think Guti could be valuable to Spain, if he actually worked, but I think he's the least motivated football player out there.. One day he's assisting, dribbling, scoring, creating game, and the next day he's telling Pelligrini to fu** off and the likes.. Its always been like this, I don't think he takes his career as seriously as I would, or he really should.. Think Allen Iverson: