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PostSubject: Re: Zarate Announces Lazio Switch   Sat Jul 12, 2008 10:41 am

Does anyone know , what amount of money will earn Zarate ? I have the same question about Carrizo....
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PostSubject: Re: Zarate Announces Lazio Switch   Sat Jul 12, 2008 11:07 am

No team wants Bianchi anymore in EPL

Many teams from EPL were trying to steal Mauro from us...

Those facts are saying a lot to me..
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PostSubject: Re: Zarate Announces Lazio Switch   Sat Jul 12, 2008 2:47 pm

c. testa wrote:
howie wrote:
What a hype surrounding this player!

I know that he's talented and such and had good scoring records in Argentina ( not phenomenal but pretty good). But the fact that he didn't score a galore of goals in Qatar and did not go on to become a key player in Birmingham (used in sparring irregularity according to channel 4), how can everyone be sure that he'll do great at Lazio? The video clips about what he did and can do is great, but he is not that proven yet. Sorry for being a pessimist but I'm really just trying to be realistic. Bianchi had a great hype too but we all know how that went.

he isn't proven yet but can I mention an name - Ezequiel Lavezzi for Napoli was even more unproven and he has turned out to be a fantastic player. i think and hope Zarate will have a similar impact

Zarate was very highly rated for what he did in the EPL, the time he did play he was very impressive.

Bianchi's time in England hurt him more than anything. he will come good, but it wont be at Lazio.

Argentine players have generally suited Serie A over the years. It's cheaper for Lotito to bring in players from overseas as the price of homegrown players is always inflated. He knows this, he's a business man, that's why he bought a load of foreign players the time our squad was depleted and he's done a few good deals, Zarate, I believe is another.

Zarate only played 4 months in the EPL. As the EPL is the most popular league in my country and as I tend to watch Serie A, I asked many of my friends what they thought of Zarate. Some knew him and said he was a fantastic player, some said he was good, but would suit Serie A better, some knew him only as that awesome player who came off the bench and scored goals and some knew him for one goal in particular, but the point is, he made an impression, despite playing for a weak club.

South American players have never suited the EPL, I think he was only ever brought in to be an impact player for Birmingham. Many pundits will tell you now that had he played in the starting line up every game, he would have kept Birmingham in the league, as Tevez did with West Ham the season before.

I believe Bianchi is a good striker, I really do and I also believe that if we purchased him last summer, things may have been very different, but I think Zarate is a much better deal. Honestly, I think Bianchi liked the thought of playing for Lazio and i think he still deos and I admire that. If one day he rediscovers his form and ends up in or around the italia squad, I'd welcome him back with open arms. My fear for him is that he'll end up in obscurity for a bit, just as Maccarone, Materazzi etc. all did when they moved to England and made little impression.
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PostSubject: Re: Zarate Announces Lazio Switch   Sat Jul 12, 2008 2:54 pm

I can pretty much agree with all of that, to tell the truth EPL is popular where i live too (australia) and so I knew Zarate was highly rated. Some thought he would have saved Birmingham from the drop if he got more time.

Argentines suit Italy, because we are almost exactly the same nationality as the argentines. Very Happy More than half of all Argentineans originally came from Italy. Their game is very technical as well, so we know Zarate will be of Serie A quality, he may need to adjust tactically but that will come with time.


as for Bianchi, he is capable, 18 goals for Reggina is an incredible effort, but thing is he then went to England, which does not suit his game. If he had never left Italy, well I think he'd be in the Azzurri squad by now.

the fact that Rocchi and Pandev have such a good partnership meant it was always going to be hard for him to break it and show what he can do. if he joins another Serie A club permanently this summer (Toro are interested), I think he'll prove many laziali wrong.

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PostSubject: Re: Zarate Announces Lazio Switch   Sun Jul 13, 2008 2:33 pm

Woohoo! Zarate! Saw this transfer come through in Italian papers, so happy!
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PostSubject: Re: Zarate Announces Lazio Switch   Mon Nov 10, 2008 8:25 pm

Zarete is one very good player :) I want from him push in 1 goal against roma :)
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