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hey ricky, i see you're an expert on colombian football! could you tell me more about colombian football then, please?
any young colombian footballers to really watch out for (apart from james rodriguez, who i already know of)?
I always felt Parma misused Dorlan Pabón because they would just kick it out to Amauri or Ishak Belfodil and hope the big men scored.
Increasingly frustrated, Pabón started taking ill-advised shots, didn't even bother to track back and it seemed to me that he disobeyed quite a few of what management wanted him to do on the field.
Unsurprisingly, he was one of the worst players in Serie A at the time and the club sent him out on loan to Real Betis.
Amazing how much a bit of faith, smart management and a change of scenery can do to a player's confidence.
Pabón has been elite in the past few months, scoring goals vs. Malaga, Real Sociedad, Sevilla and Barcelona. All these teams are in the top half of the table.
I have Colombia, who are stacked with dynamic goal scorers, going deep into next year's FIFA World Cup tournament.
I am taking a break from BR and heading out to Bavarian Football Works. So, I will miss you but you are free to share your thoughts with me any time you want to!
Ricky, I did indeed put your video on my article after seeing it.
Two reasons why:
1) It illustrates my point well and the quality of the video was excellent
2) you posted it so much it deserved some stardom!
Cool :D work is always good of course! Looking forward to UCL action next week?
Where have you been recently Ricky?!?!?!?
How do you think he did?
Yeah I realized my comment came off as bitter, which really I'm not. I always knew Fredy was moving on. But I was hoping for one more season, especially since the team was really coming together there. It's a massive blow to the attack. Of EJ's 16 goals, 9 of them came from Fredy or Mauro. Now there's a rumor Mauro might leave for Chile.
I missed the game. Working, as usual.
I guess it's more accurate to say that I wish Fredy well, since he is one of my favorite players. But if he does not do well, he's always welcome back in Seattle....