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Serie A Individual Nostalgia Series - Midfielder
The book continued last time, this time I found eight Serie A midfielders who I was impressed by when I just watched the game, and many old fans have their DNA not moved [croaking]
First of all, at that time, I was most impressed by a big god of Juventus, it was not Zidane, it was Davis the boar, the Dutch new hexagonal warrior in the 90s, at that time I felt that he was super cool to play football with glasses, so small people were actually so able to fight and run, and the technique was also delicate, there was a long-range shot, grumpy, not timid to the strong man of Serie A, but sometimes the fight can prevail, this person after Serie A helped Barca's young Ronaldo revived the Barça midfield, is really, seamless docking everywhere, In today's terms, it's hard. Another Juventus player is Zizu, this one will not say much, the Juventus period is considered the peak of the beginning, until Real Madrid.
Inter's midfielders have always felt that they were relatively uncreative during Ronaldo's time, and the only one who has a little impression is Djokove, who has some exquisite passing and organization, but to be honest, it always feels worse than the top forward, and the presence in the national team is also covered up by Deschamps and Zizu. Another Inter midfielder is bound to be Argentina's Simeone, who is an energetic and balanced back, full of banditry, and impressed me with a header and a point grab.
When it comes to Nedved, I feel like an iron man who can't die, although the play is not flashy but practical and tough, the Lazio period of the first edge, later to Juventus to succeed to Real Madrid, Zizu, seamless, plug-and-play player, a long-range shot is always amazing. It feels a pity for him, as if he has not won the Champions League, the national team does not have many major championship honors, the Czech golden generation played inextricably with the Netherlands, and it was a pity in the end.
He was at Parma when he first saw Veron, and then went to Lazio with Crespo to win the difficult Serie A title, excellent vision, a long-range shot and a direct pass that was impressive. It's just that I feel that he is not adapted to the Premier League confrontation, and he is a little unconvinced when he goes to Manchester United, or Serie A is suitable for him. In addition, my photo looks a bit like the Argentine version of Hidejutsu Nakata, and I don't agree with it
When Rui Costa was in Florence, he formed a trident with the god of war Barty and the beast Edmundo, but the Brazilian beast was full of nature, wasted the good situation of the first half of the championship, and never won the championship, but after reaching AC Milan, he continued to shine as a top forward, and later Sheva, Kaka, etc. reached the top together, which can be regarded as helping to revive Milan.
The last one was Albertini, who debuted very early, and when I looked at him, it was already in the middle and late stages of his career, but as a back, he had a steady style of play and a falling leaf ball kung fu, I didn't know what a "midfield metronome" was when I was young, and now looking back at his videos, it was really artistic, elegant, and in place. He and Di Nobaggio's Italian double back was also the guarantee of the reinforced concrete defense at that time.
Who else is the 90s Serie A midfielder in everyone's mind, welcome to comment and leave a message to discuss together.