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Old 07-07-2015, 08:49   #101
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i have minimal expectation for this guy.


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Old 07-07-2015, 11:06   #102
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youtube videos look very vanilla.
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Old 07-07-2015, 11:37   #103
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look for full matches online, they have all serie a games on there

he works really hard and never seems to give up when fighting for the ball, he's decent defensively; he's also got decent ball control and passing but sometimes keeps the ball for to long and gets tackled (on the plus side he's short so most tackles on him are fouls)
So hes a mascherano type of MF? Well all the best to him.


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Old 07-07-2015, 13:22   #104
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Found this on the net
 

Style of Play

Jose Mauri has played the most minutes this season in Serie A for a teenager. Short in stature but a gritty ball winner, Mauri offers himself as a versatile midfielder capable of covering multiple roles as evidenced so far this season. He possesses creativity and was deployed in an attacking role in Parma?s 4-2 loss against Udinese. His performance as a mediano in that game flashing from box-to-box as a potential number 8 was arguably his best this season. His tenacity was on full show when he took up the position in front of his two center backs against Roma. Even though Mauri did not dictate the play from this position, he did a very good job of protecting the back four throughout the game. A busy presence in the middle of the park, Mauri always looks for the ball and recently admitted enjoying his free role which requires a lot of running. Against Genoa, it was Francesco Lodi who was placed as the regista but Mauri put in an industrious shift as a left-sided shuttler. Seemingly capable of covering multiple roles, Mauri is probably best at carrying the ball forward from midfield into a position of danger for the opposition. As he gains maturity in due course of this season he has to specialize in a role but ideally it seems that he is best suited to be a traditional box-to-box midfielder.

Strengths

Mauri?s main strength is his versatility. As already discussed he has covered multiple roles in midfield so far this season which is an indication that Donadoni is trying to develop him into an all-action midfielder. His key attribute is his endless motor and as a capable shuttler he performs the job of taking the channels on either side of Parma?s regista Francesco Lodi to drag his team up in attack. His ability going forward and scoring goals is an added weapon in his repertoire. His link-up play with left fullback Paolo De Ceglie has been impressive in the games he has started as a left sided mezzala. It is rare to find a youngster performing so admirably in multiple midfield roles at this tender age. Mauri has all the attributes needed to develop himself as a protagonist in his position in a big club. His role in central midfield requires tactical knowledge which he should eventually learn as the season progresses.

Weaknesses

Considering his age and height, it must be mentioned that Mauri deserves a lot of praise for his displays in such a vital position on the field. Generally the position which Mauri occupies is a bit difficult for a player who is short in stature but he has shown already that he is tactically flexible. Against*Inter Milan*he was trying to overdo things and was guilty of losing possession in dangerous areas on more than one occasion. Still very young and raw, Mauri needs to develop his composure on the ball and learn not to take unnecessary risks while playing in front of the defense. His ability to drive his team in attack is good but he still has to improve on his qualities as a playmaker. With Parma tottering in serious economic difficulties and a poor start, Mauri might find himself at a new club (and a new coach) very soon. It will be interesting to see how his development progresses in the next few months.





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Old 07-07-2015, 19:45   #105
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welcome mauri!!!!!


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Old 07-07-2015, 21:23   #106
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Gonna play 2.5 games this year. Loaned out to Genoa by Galliani.


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Old 07-07-2015, 22:10   #107
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there goes a good video of him, Scoutnation is the best for these kind of videos...all the other video i've seen on youtube were not able to give me an idea of what kind of player he is.

this looks good. Dynamic, fighter, contributes off. and def. ... some of our current midfielders are in trouble especially if we get the "star" midfielder, we are rumored to be getting.

but only time will tell


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Old 07-07-2015, 22:22   #108
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I still don't want to believe he's only 19. His body is too strong for his age


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Old 07-07-2015, 23:01   #109
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His style looks similar to Poli's, just with talent and skill.


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Old 07-07-2015, 23:07   #110
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His style looks similar to Poli's, just with talent and skill.

good observation
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Old 07-07-2015, 23:35   #111
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Now thats how you fucken accept this great club. Great talent to a great club.
You dont fucken go around rejecting this great club whats the fucken matter with these idiots rejecting my great ac milan, fucken morons.

Good luck to you kid, you have the privilage to play for the greatest club in the world!!! AND YOU FUCKEN REMEMBER THAT KID !!!
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Old 07-07-2015, 23:45   #112
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He also hit the post in the game against Sampdoria with a shot from outside the area... haven't seen that included in his previous compilations.

See at the 34th second of the video
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Old 08-07-2015, 02:27   #113
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Welcome to Milan, Jose!
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Old 08-07-2015, 02:45   #114
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Old 08-07-2015, 09:27   #115
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I'd say let's not exaggerate the deal. He had a good first season, got some experience and is very young and with potential. Hopefully with Miha he'll grow a lot more. However, it's not like at Parma he had to compete with top players considering that even Nocerino was an undisputed starter.
That's sort of my point. The expectations are ridiculous. Posters, who pretend to have passionately followed Parma last season, are comparing him with defensive geniuses like Mascherano and Gattuso.
Why not with Gargano? From the little I saw they had more things in common, although Mauri has a long way to go to become as good as Gargano.

Most commoders/tweeters are putting him in their dream lineups, many times as anchor.
In one year they'll be the ones harassing him and sending death threats to all his social media accounts.
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Old 08-07-2015, 09:55   #116
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So he's like a younger, faster and better version of Noce?

Why do we even have Antonio?
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Old 08-07-2015, 11:50   #117
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Fantasic deal...young, Italian, strong with great technique and top player potential. Best part is he's free. No complaints
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Old 08-07-2015, 11:57   #118
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Can't see him making an instant impact. You're in for a nasty surprise if you think he will.
I'm convinced he'll come good for us though, even if it takes a season or two.
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Old 08-07-2015, 12:02   #119
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Boli will bench him right?
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Old 08-07-2015, 12:39   #120
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Can't see him making an instant impact. You're in for a nasty surprise if you think he will.
I'm convinced he'll come good for us though, even if it takes a season or two.
His agent said he came here to play and he started 30+ games for Parma last year aged 18. He'll bench your lover Poli mark my words.
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