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21. Davide Zappacosta

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14 hours ago, manpe said:

His style of play reminds me of Ivanovic. He will be a great upgrade over Moses for sure, smarter in the final third and a natural defender.

Statistically Moses is just as good/better defensively. Some have said that Zappa isn't a strong defender either. Sure, he might have a better mindset in the final third but he doesn't have 1v1 dribbling ability to open up much space in the final third. I actually don't think he's better than Moses or ever will be in anything bar crossing and maybe smarts in the final third (which is easy to be better at let's be honest). Still remains to be seen how well he adapts though. 

I'm not that impressed as it stands. Never really stood out to me for Torino either. I think we'll be looking to upgrade RWB yet again in the near future. 

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Just now, Jason said:

That. He's more similar to Alonso than he is to Moses and I'm not sure if that's a good thing because in some situations, you're gonna need your WBs to beat their man going forward in 1 v 1 to create chances and I'm not sure if Zappacosta is able of that.

He isn't at all. Think his take ons completed were something like 0.6 pg last season. 

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1 hour ago, Blusan Alamb said:

What a week for him!

love to see him started against arsenal Morata would benefit from zappacosta crossing Moses crosses are awful they always hit the 1st man 

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From the very little we've seen of him, I hope his very attack minded tendencies don't get coached out of him. We desperately need a WB who will provide constant attacking pressure, and pin the opposing FB, and Zappacosta looks like he can be that man. 

Cesc/Drinkwater should have field days pinging long balls to him. 

 

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