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WILL2K 17-08-2009 13:11

Giacomo Beretta Thread
 
Date of Birth: 14 Mar 1992
Nationality: Italy
Height: 183 cm

Charbel 08-10-2009 15:19

MILAN - At the rally in Coverciano, scheduled for 13 to 22 October 2009, in preparation for the World Under-17 Championship in Nigeria, the technician Blue Pasquale Salerno has also summoned the Rossoneri striker Giacomo Beretta.

ladro 08-10-2009 20:13

Striker?? isnt he a MF?

Charbel 27-10-2009 20:40

Beretta, played as a starter yesterday, with the Italy Under-17 in the world cup against Algeria. He played good, nothing THAT special, but was no where near bad. He was in a 3 man striking force, they all got subbed and he was the last of them to get subbed.

lexx 27-10-2009 20:44

It could he is getting first team football you had to expect a couple of the new boys wouldn't get regular first team football especially since Milan retained some many players from last season primavera. btw does anyone know where you can view the under 17 tournament

Charbel 27-10-2009 20:46

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Originally Posted by lexx (Post 608379)
It could he is getting first team football you had to expect a couple of the new boys wouldn't get regular first team football especially since Milan retained some many players from last season primavera. btw does anyone know where you can view the under 17 tournament

I'm watching it on ART Sport, not sure you have it. Euro Sport was supposed to cover it, not sure about that now.
Anyways, to think that isn't even a starter(I'm not sure he's played even as a sub) for the Primavera shows how competitive the squad is.

lexx 27-10-2009 23:02

thanks solider it is being televised on eurosport 2, the primavera team certainly looks very competitive i think every position is covered by qulaity youth players see a little bit of investment can do Berlusconi. I would Guess that Barbini and Beretta would get first team football next season although Milan are giving a trail to argentian player nick named the kitten lol and also rumours suggest that we are after a Spanish youth defender called Albert Blázquez

GreatKalu 27-10-2009 23:46

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Originally Posted by Soldier (Post 608383)
I'm watching it on ART Sport, not sure you have it. Euro Sport was supposed to cover it, not sure about that now.
Anyways, to think that isn't even a starter(I'm not sure he's played even as a sub) for the Primavera shows how competitive the squad is.

Yeah, EuroSport is covering it. I haven't had the the time to watch the games ... dont know whats happening there.

Charbel 29-10-2009 18:58

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Originally Posted by lexx (Post 608462)
thanks solider it is being televised on eurosport 2, the primavera team certainly looks very competitive i think every position is covered by qulaity youth players see a little bit of investment can do Berlusconi. I would Guess that Barbini and Beretta would get first team football next season although Milan are giving a trail to argentian player nick named the kitten lol and also rumours suggest that we are after a Spanish youth defender called Albert Blázquez

Barbini and Beretta will NOT be in the first team next year. Quite frankly, neither of them have played/barely played for the primavera which shows that they are far from ready for that step. I think, that next year, they'll be leading the Milan Primavera attack, as Zigoni, Verdi, Schenetti shouldbe loaned out to a Serie B team.

Beretta just played his seocnd game for Italy.(Started both of their games). Despite the coach making quite changes in the attack Beretta was still there. Italy won 2-1, Beretta didn't score, but he was good. He wasn't getting any good delivery, but managed to do create some chances in the box that gave the Italian team momentum. He also plays a lot with his his back to the goal(I've noticed), and he's not bad at it. I'd like to see him get a normal chance to shoot, but there's still time. he eventually got subbed in the second half, but he was good.

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Originally Posted by madtherchot
Yeah, EuroSport is covering it. I haven't had the the time to watch the games ... dont know whats happening there.

Well, I've watched Italy and Brazil games, and you can't expect much entertainment. Defense is not good for all the teams, and they still have a lot of experience to gain to play some normal-good football, but you can see there are talents in the tournament.

Neymar is playing, by the way. So is Coutinho, the Inter player.

Charbel 04-11-2009 17:51

Beretta scored his first goal in the Under-17 for Italy, in the 29th minute. The match ended in Italy winning 2-1 and advancing to the next knockout stage.

Didn't see the goal, and didn't watch much of the game, but hopefully it was a nice goal by Beretta and he continues shinning.

ReBorned 04-11-2009 19:26

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Originally Posted by Soldier (Post 614229)
Beretta scored his first goal in the Under-17 for Italy, in the 29th minute. The match ended in Italy winning 2-1 and advancing to the next knockout stage.

Didn't see the goal, and didn't watch much of the game, but hopefully it was a nice goal by Beretta and he continues shinning.

Classic goal, he received the ball, he protect himself from the defender from behind and cool finish with the right leg from 7-10 meters

lexx 04-11-2009 19:28

the goal was all right it wasn't anything special but had a really good game

Charbel 08-11-2009 08:34

A confident centre-forward on a goalscoring streak is an integral element to any team, just like the celebratory pizza after a victory - at least as far as the Italian team at the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2009 in Nigeria are concerned.

After their 2-1 round-of-16 win against USA, the Azzurrini were treated to a few 'delicacies' from back home by the accommodating chef at the team's base in Kaduna, and no-one enjoyed the celebratory feast more than Giacomo Beretta. The rising AC Milan star cut a frustrated figure as he failed to get on the scoresheet during the group stage, but he finally broke his duck against the Americans, making Italy doubly confident of going all the way in Nigeria.


He is an incredible player who is physically strong enough to keep opposing defences busy all on his own, which is why AC Milan bought him. Anyone playing us has to adapt to the way he plays, and that's why it's so important for us that he has started scoring again.
Italy coach Salerno on his No9


"I was so relieved after my goal that I just wanted to run around and hug the whole world," said Beretta to FIFA.com. "I went over to the coach first and gave him a hug to say thank you. Then I ran over to Pietro Iemmello who set my goal up and I thanked him as well. I just wanted to thank everyone for keeping the faith with me. Before the match, the coach Pasquale Salerno came and said to me that he was sure that I was going to score against USA, and that really helped! I needed to prove him right."

The truculent attacker was in the starting line-up for the wins against Uruguay and Korea Republic and was involved in every move up front, putting in the hard yards with his back to the goal and creating openings for his fellow forwards. But while Federico Carraro and Pietro Iemmello found the back of the net, Italy's No9 came away empty-handed. Now, though, the lean spell is over.

"Giacomo is an incredibly important part of the team," said Italy coach Pasquale Salerno to FIFA.com. "He is an incredible player who is physically strong enough to keep opposing defences busy all on his own, which is why AC Milan bought him. Anyone playing us has to adapt to the way he plays, and that's why it's so important for us that he has started scoring again."

Beretta by name, Beretta by nature
And so Italy have their most dangerous weapon back, just in time for the business end of the tournament. Beretta by name, Beretta by nature; when on form, the youngster is a lethal weapon, as is only fitting for someone who shares a surname with a famous Italian handgun. The headline-writers are rubbing their hands in anticipation as his career continues to blossom.

Italy were already one of the favourites before the tournament began, and with Beretta back on the goalscoring trail, they will be even harder to stop. The U-17 generation of the current FIFA World Cup™ holders are tactically mature and play a very direct brand of football - as complete a package as you will find in this age group.

Their quarter-final tie in Ijebu-Ode will see them take on a Switzerland team fresh from their epic win over Germany and who defeated Italy in the group stage of the recent UEFA European U-17 Championships. "We're ready for this, we're out for revenge," said a confident Beretta, who - you guessed it - was the Italian scorer in that 3-1 loss and is looking for his team to make amends.


This is on FIFA.com , they don't praise players like that usually.
http://www.fifa.com/u17worldcup/news...des+onto+scene

drucurl 29-03-2010 12:47

This guy needs to play :cool:

Donato 03-06-2010 16:36

http://translate.google.com.au/trans...en-US:official

ics_rk 05-06-2010 07:46

Hope he will shine and get his chances.. :)

SpartanMilan 31-07-2010 01:30

I really hope he gets some minutes at the Emirates

drucurl 31-07-2010 02:15

Future golden ball winner....y'all mad? :o

SENSACION7 31-07-2010 03:01

Hope To See Him Against Arsenal !

ikita 31-07-2010 03:11

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Originally Posted by drucurl (Post 693177)
This guy needs to play :cool:

damn right! allegri shouldnt fuck around with the youth guys. give em minutes!


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