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Old 12-04-2004, 19:15   #1
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We have all in this forum been talking about how much we miss the old Manuel Pablo he was before the accident the best ack in spain and thefore on of the best in the world. After the injuri he has been making alot of mistakes and that is as I see it very common from players with such an injury. They dont trust the physical shape and this distrust influence his generel state and thefore making him unsecure. Many of us have doubted that he would ever be 100 % fit but I think he is getting there. The reason why is the games againts Sociedad and Milan....

What do all of you think?
And how did he ply against Villareal?

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Old 12-04-2004, 19:23   #2
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I consider him as a big part of Depor but I'll have to face that his "good" times have passed him....
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Personally i conceded defeat in thinking that Manuel Pablo might 1 day return to his former self, he slipped to 2nd and 3rd choice right-back, but now he has his chance, he is doing brilliantly, and seems to throw himself into the attack and the tackle now, and i am believing and praying that manuel pablo might turn into his brilliant old form once again- and rightly reclaim his spot in the spain line-up.
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Old 13-04-2004, 05:39   #4
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Yeah, he's perfoming well. He was brilliant against Milan.
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Old 13-04-2004, 09:59   #5
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I haven't seen his performance before the accident. And I was wondering how good he really is. And after the game with Milan, I was astonished. He is brilliant, great tactician, well positioned all the time, mobile, good strenght and fitness, passing.... Have you seen him passing together with Victor and Sergio, on the right midfield flank? The milan players were just watching the ball going around them, like magic....... Pablo is already vital for the team.
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well.. It looks he is finally getting back in a good shape... like other said, against Milan he was great! let's hope he continue this way.
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I haven't seen his performance before the accident. And I was wondering how good he really is. And after the game with Milan, I was astonished. He is brilliant, great tactician, well positioned all the time, mobile, good strenght and fitness, passing.... Have you seen him passing together with Victor and Sergio, on the right midfield flank? The milan players were just watching the ball going around them, like magic....... Pablo is already vital for the team.

I can remember a game against Man U (I think it was the one where Naybet scored in the last minutes) where he single handed closed down Ryan Giggs. He was all the match running just as fast as Giggs and that shows his class.
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its very important if depor wants to go to final in CL and 2 place in la liga that this players like Manuel Pablo and Diego Tristan are recovering their real level, especially I hope that Tristan recovers his level in the matches agains Porto, Manuel Pablo every match in playing better
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I dont think he played well in MIlan only..........in the start of the 2nd phase of liga........2nd game for deportivo........against Ath.Bilbao........he was the best player on the pitch.........so he has started playing good for a good time......

and against Milan.........he alone controlled the rigth
wing........simply outstanding.........
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Old 14-04-2004, 12:55   #10
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Our good ol' M.Pablo is getting back to a good shape. I really enjoyed watching his performance against Milan. I think we all can now forget that he
even had an injury, because there's not much to complain in his game anymore.
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i started support depor in 2002 after the world cup
so i don't know much about him before that injury
but he was very good against milan
after milan's game our player play very good
tristan and MP mainly
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AC MILAN offered close to £28,000,000 for him around 3/4 years ago. So he must have been quite good
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I have been repeating it all the season; Manuel Pablo was physically fine, he only lacked more playig time to recover his own self.
And Tristán is a similar story, he is physically better than ever and he is running more than ever on the field, but he wasn't able to score or to dribble these last months.
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It's all about confidence. Manuel Pablo has been given trust by Irureta and has been able to deliver. Unfortunately for Tristan, it's been the exact opposite. And at this point in time with Pandiani doing so well, putting trust into Diegol just isn't wise, which is a shame because when he's truly on his game, he's sublime with the ball and has an understanding with Valeron that very few strikers have with their support player.
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M.Pablo is getting back to a good shape. Against Milan he was great! let s hope he continue this way.
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