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Old 25-06-2004, 17:28   #286
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i would also like 2 know that
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Old 03-08-2004, 11:28   #287
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This was an article I read in goal.com Pretty good but only we know more!!

"Your Profiles: Juan Carlos Valeron
8/3/2004 11:13:00 AM
The Deportivo manager once told Juan Carlos Valeron that if he tried harder he would be the best in the world. Who could argue?
The Deportivo and Spanish international playmaker has thrilled many with his magnificent technique and his killer passes whilst taking complete control of the midfield. Valeron looks to be in slow motion when he receives the ball and once with the ball he is a magician whether he splitting the finest defences with a through ball or magically jinking past his opponents.

Arsenal fans would not require reminding on the match where he gained supremacy over the midfield and destroyed Arsenal’s chances of a treble in 2002. AC Milan fans also do not need reminding on how he imperiously and majestically gained control of the famous 4-0 win to Deportivo in the Champions League last season. Valeron had a grand entrance to Euro 2004 when he scored against the Russians whose defence had held firm until his first touch after being introduced as a substitute. But unfortunately for Spain, Inaki Saez opted for a more defence minded strategy and football fans missed out on the silky skills of Valeron throughout most of the tournament.

Valeron is a true game-breaker and is often dubbed as the Spanish Zidane. Valeron has been inspirational for Depor in past seasons, and played a pivotal role when Depor won the Spanish Cup. Although he tends to drift in and out of games, no one could deny his talent and ability once he receives the ball as almost every play of Deportivo receives Valeron’s seal of approval.

Without trying harder, Valeron is amongst one of the finest in today’s game. One must wonder what level he would aspire to if he did put that extra effort in? Once he gets into a game, there is no stopping this highly gifted playmaker. "


I dub him spanish zizou?? Thats a goddam insult.....He is the maestro maybe second best to zizou but he has his own skills which zizou doesnt!!

Lets see.....he has a ponch one must only wonder if he needs a good substitute?? Maybe Ruben could be transformed into one??
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Old 03-08-2004, 15:22   #288
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valeron is always magnificent for me !!!
and i really don't like he being dubbed as zidane
really don't like !
i agree they have different type of play
and valeron has something that zidane doesn't
and zidane also has something that valeron doesn't have
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Old 03-08-2004, 17:07   #289
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and valeron has something that zidane doesn't

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Old 04-08-2004, 01:00   #290
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Ha ha!
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"I can't believe the ref didn't see it," said Valera, blood pouring down his face. "Did he think I did it myself? I'm not capable of head-butting myself in the face, you know."
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Old 05-08-2004, 16:21   #291
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Valeron is the best!!!
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Valeron is undoubtedly the best midfielder in spain, apart from that hes honest and quiet not like other players
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Valeron is too fair a player, when was the last time he fouled??
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He gets fouled ALL the time. He's the main target for opposition defenders...remember the Porto game...but he is very fragile and delicate. He needs to build up some brawn.
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Old 06-08-2004, 22:36   #295
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...but he is very fragile and delicate. He needs to build up some brawn.


Probably Irureta should have him do some Full-Contact-Fighting-Sport as a reconciliation training ... so also his bones get hardened...
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Thats one of the reason I like him...he is like me man young fragile and all enthusiastic to play, only uses his brain too well!!
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Visit my web about Juan Carlos Valeron. www.valeron.as.ro It's in spanish. If you like it and want to see it also in english write me at juancvaleron@yahoo.es Can you put me a link in www.deportivo-la-coruna.com? Thanks.
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I can't visit the site...??
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I've visited it and it's very fine. Cool pictures, and nice graphics. It's much to find out about this unusual and mysterious player.
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