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Post by baresi on Tue Nov 13, 2012 7:40 pm

An 18 yrs old Argentinean forward that plays for Palermo, the guy has incredible footballing sense at this young age, positioning is great, passing is fantastic, got the vision, ball control. 2014 Lamela and this guy to win WC for Argentina.

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Post by BarrileteCosmico on Tue Nov 13, 2012 7:45 pm

From the Argentina thread:

@Batigoal wrote:wow that was fast
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Paulo Dybala is a footballing Jimmy McNulty. If you are unfamiliar with the HBO series The Wire, the McNulty character is a detective who just happens to have an ingrained talent for what he does. He is possessed of an instinct that sets him apart from the rest of the knuckleheads around him. Natural police.

Likewise, Dybala is a natural footballer. The new Palermo signing is able to count on instincts on the pitch that cannot be taught in any academy, or even through years of experience at the top level. Even at the tender age of 18, Dybala’s vision, his finishing ability and his movements on and off the ball, smack of a virtuosity that only certain athletes are blessed with.

It was for that reason that so many European clubs were chasing the signature of a teenager who had never even played in Argentina’s top flight. He spent his only season as a senior footballer with Instituto in the Nacional B, Argentina’s second division. He may not be a great player yet, but his potential to become one is clear. Dybala’s nickname of ‘La Joya’ (The Jewel) is an appropriate one. He is likely to be very valuable one day.
Born in the town of Laguna Larga, population 7000, about half an hour’s drive from the city of Córdoba, Dybala played for local teams until the age of 10, when he began to travel in to the provincial capital to train with Instituto de Córdoba’s youth teams. At the age of 15, Paulo’s father passed away. He took the decision to move permanently to the city, board at the club and pursue a professional career. Within two years he was playing for the senior team.

One of his junior coaches, Francisco Buteler, described to the newspaper La Mañana how Dybala was utilised as a playmaker before an injury kept him out for a month. Upon his return, he slotted in to the ‘number 9’ role and excelled. It was as a striker that he rapidly worked his way up through the junior teams to eventually break into the first team. Buteler knew the player was a special talent from the start.

“In the 15 years I’ve been working with youth teams he is the most outstanding player I have seen; he has all the attributes of a complete player,” he said. “He is skilful, has the ability to lose two opponents with one move, he has a very good shot and great vision. In the position he is now he is a goal-getter. He wanted to play as enganche (playmaker), we convinced him [to become a striker], he was called up to the first team, and now he is reaping the rewards. He is a very humble kid.”

fter making his debut for Instituto on August 12, 2011 at the age of 17, Dybala set about breaking various club records, many of which had been held by legendary figure Mario Kempes. Though he only managed 40 games before being snapped up by Palermo, La Joya was able to net 17 times. He pipped Kempes to become the youngest scorer for the club and the youngest to play 38 consecutive games for any team. He was also the first Instituto player to score two hat-tricks in a single season and managed to net in six straight games, beating the previous record of four (held by Kempes, among others).

Dybala’s goals dried up in the second half of the season, at almost the precise moment his move to Palermo became a near-certainty. At the same time, Instituto, who had been a permanent fixture at or near the top of the Nacional B standings, dropped away as well; so much so that the team missed out on a promotion that had looked a certainty for much of the campaign. It is difficult to tell whether Dybala’s dip in form was caused by Instituto’s relatively poor run, or vice versa. At the same time it is worth noting that the young prospect was frequently used in his old position of enganche in the latter part of the season, so his main function was no longer to find the net himself.

Though Dybala has only had the opportunity to show off his qualities in a second-rung competition, it is clear why Palermo and other big clubs like Internazionale and Benfica were chasing his signature. The natural instincts mentioned above combined with a varied skillset would indicate he will be able to adapt to top European competition

Palermo president Walter Zamparini, a man known for his measured, understated public pronouncements (ahem), announced the signing of the Instituto star by calling him the new Sergio Agüero. Indeed, the Kun comparison has been uttered more than a few times in Argentina as well. Obviously it is unfair on the Palermo player to be compared to one of the top five strikers in world football, but there are certain similarities that jump out. Like Agüero, Dybala is a goal-sneak with the vision and passing ability to also be able to drop back and link up the attacking play. This net-finding reflex combined with a whole array of other skills is what makes him so sought after.

Dybala is quick off the ball and an agile dribbler. Instituto at their best last season hurt opponents with fast, precise build up play involving one-touch passing and intelligent movement, and Dybala was usually at the heart of the action. He has the ability to astutely change the direction of an attacking surge either through smart passing or by darting off on angled runs. He is then regularly available in the box to finish off the movement as well. He favours his left foot, but is adept with both and has a decent aerial presence despite being fairly small at 1.77m.

“I always try to keep it simple,” Dybala told La Mañana soon after breaking into the Instituto first team, “one or two touches and then I look for the return ball. And I also run to win the ball back. I would like to handle the set pieces as well, but that’s difficult at the moment,” said the teenager who points to Juan Sebastian Veron and Juan Roman Riquelme as his influences, hinting at his playmaking roots.

“My old man died when I was 15 and I’d like to have him here to enjoy what I am experiencing now, but I know he is helping me out from above,” Dybala said. “If it wasn’t for him, I wouldn’t be here, and I am very grateful, and to my mother as well, who has supported me a lot.”

No doubt Paulo’s old man would have been delighted at what his son has achieved already. And looking at the upward trajectory of this natural footballer from Córdoba’s career so far, it shouldn’t be long before there is much more to be proud of.

http://afootballreport.com/post/30102393984/an-argentinian-jewel-raring-to-ignite-the-serie-a-for

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Re: Paulo Dybala

Post by McLewis on Tue Nov 13, 2012 8:21 pm

Given Palermo's inconsistency, it's not much of a surprise that it took him quite a while to break his duck. Glad for it though. Good young player.

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Post by S on Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:47 pm

@McLewis wrote:Given Palermo's inconsistency, it's not much of a surprise that it took him quite a while to break his duck. Glad for it though. Good young player.

Need him to give him the benefit of the doubt in this case though as it was just his second start for the season.

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Re: Paulo Dybala

Post by Guest on Wed Nov 14, 2012 8:19 am

Both goals were very well taken, though we shouldn't get too excited as of now. Let him play 10 games at least, then we can judge him.

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Post by Dutti on Wed Nov 14, 2012 1:55 pm

10 games? Lets see how good he will be when he's 21...
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Re: Paulo Dybala

Post by McLewis on Wed Nov 14, 2012 2:18 pm

Surag wrote:
@McLewis wrote:Given Palermo's inconsistency, it's not much of a surprise that it took him quite a while to break his duck. Glad for it though. Good young player.

Need him to give him the benefit of the doubt in this case though as it was just his second start for the season.

And he's also come on sporadically as a sub so he's had chances to make his mark. Just didn't take them.

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Re: Paulo Dybala

Post by baresi on Wed Nov 14, 2012 7:27 pm

@BarrileteCosmico wrote:From the Argentina thread:

@Batigoal wrote:wow that was fast
btw this is a new link

@RealGunner wrote:

Paulo Dybala is a footballing Jimmy McNulty. If you are unfamiliar with the HBO series The Wire, the McNulty character is a detective who just happens to have an ingrained talent for what he does. He is possessed of an instinct that sets him apart from the rest of the knuckleheads around him. Natural police.

Likewise, Dybala is a natural footballer. The new Palermo signing is able to count on instincts on the pitch that cannot be taught in any academy, or even through years of experience at the top level. Even at the tender age of 18, Dybala’s vision, his finishing ability and his movements on and off the ball, smack of a virtuosity that only certain athletes are blessed with.

It was for that reason that so many European clubs were chasing the signature of a teenager who had never even played in Argentina’s top flight. He spent his only season as a senior footballer with Instituto in the Nacional B, Argentina’s second division. He may not be a great player yet, but his potential to become one is clear. Dybala’s nickname of ‘La Joya’ (The Jewel) is an appropriate one. He is likely to be very valuable one day.
Born in the town of Laguna Larga, population 7000, about half an hour’s drive from the city of Córdoba, Dybala played for local teams until the age of 10, when he began to travel in to the provincial capital to train with Instituto de Córdoba’s youth teams. At the age of 15, Paulo’s father passed away. He took the decision to move permanently to the city, board at the club and pursue a professional career. Within two years he was playing for the senior team.

One of his junior coaches, Francisco Buteler, described to the newspaper La Mañana how Dybala was utilised as a playmaker before an injury kept him out for a month. Upon his return, he slotted in to the ‘number 9’ role and excelled. It was as a striker that he rapidly worked his way up through the junior teams to eventually break into the first team. Buteler knew the player was a special talent from the start.

“In the 15 years I’ve been working with youth teams he is the most outstanding player I have seen; he has all the attributes of a complete player,” he said. “He is skilful, has the ability to lose two opponents with one move, he has a very good shot and great vision. In the position he is now he is a goal-getter. He wanted to play as enganche (playmaker), we convinced him [to become a striker], he was called up to the first team, and now he is reaping the rewards. He is a very humble kid.”

fter making his debut for Instituto on August 12, 2011 at the age of 17, Dybala set about breaking various club records, many of which had been held by legendary figure Mario Kempes. Though he only managed 40 games before being snapped up by Palermo, La Joya was able to net 17 times. He pipped Kempes to become the youngest scorer for the club and the youngest to play 38 consecutive games for any team. He was also the first Instituto player to score two hat-tricks in a single season and managed to net in six straight games, beating the previous record of four (held by Kempes, among others).

Dybala’s goals dried up in the second half of the season, at almost the precise moment his move to Palermo became a near-certainty. At the same time, Instituto, who had been a permanent fixture at or near the top of the Nacional B standings, dropped away as well; so much so that the team missed out on a promotion that had looked a certainty for much of the campaign. It is difficult to tell whether Dybala’s dip in form was caused by Instituto’s relatively poor run, or vice versa. At the same time it is worth noting that the young prospect was frequently used in his old position of enganche in the latter part of the season, so his main function was no longer to find the net himself.

Though Dybala has only had the opportunity to show off his qualities in a second-rung competition, it is clear why Palermo and other big clubs like Internazionale and Benfica were chasing his signature. The natural instincts mentioned above combined with a varied skillset would indicate he will be able to adapt to top European competition

Palermo president Walter Zamparini, a man known for his measured, understated public pronouncements (ahem), announced the signing of the Instituto star by calling him the new Sergio Agüero. Indeed, the Kun comparison has been uttered more than a few times in Argentina as well. Obviously it is unfair on the Palermo player to be compared to one of the top five strikers in world football, but there are certain similarities that jump out. Like Agüero, Dybala is a goal-sneak with the vision and passing ability to also be able to drop back and link up the attacking play. This net-finding reflex combined with a whole array of other skills is what makes him so sought after.

Dybala is quick off the ball and an agile dribbler. Instituto at their best last season hurt opponents with fast, precise build up play involving one-touch passing and intelligent movement, and Dybala was usually at the heart of the action. He has the ability to astutely change the direction of an attacking surge either through smart passing or by darting off on angled runs. He is then regularly available in the box to finish off the movement as well. He favours his left foot, but is adept with both and has a decent aerial presence despite being fairly small at 1.77m.

“I always try to keep it simple,” Dybala told La Mañana soon after breaking into the Instituto first team, “one or two touches and then I look for the return ball. And I also run to win the ball back. I would like to handle the set pieces as well, but that’s difficult at the moment,” said the teenager who points to Juan Sebastian Veron and Juan Roman Riquelme as his influences, hinting at his playmaking roots.

“My old man died when I was 15 and I’d like to have him here to enjoy what I am experiencing now, but I know he is helping me out from above,” Dybala said. “If it wasn’t for him, I wouldn’t be here, and I am very grateful, and to my mother as well, who has supported me a lot.”

No doubt Paulo’s old man would have been delighted at what his son has achieved already. And looking at the upward trajectory of this natural footballer from Córdoba’s career so far, it shouldn’t be long before there is much more to be proud of.

http://afootballreport.com/post/30102393984/an-argentinian-jewel-raring-to-ignite-the-serie-a-for
Very nice read and pretty spot on, the guy has had some appearances as a sub very true, but he is not only about scoring even in those games his movements were wonderful and showed awareness.
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Re: Paulo Dybala

Post by BarrileteCosmico on Wed Nov 14, 2012 7:30 pm

Love how the article called Zamp "a man known for his well-measured statements" Very Happy

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Post by M99 on Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:21 am

Zamaparini says Dybala will leave on the summer.

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Post by BarrileteCosmico on Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:26 am

He also said that he's worth 40m, let's see if anyone is willing to pay that...

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Re: Paulo Dybala

Post by farfan on Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:32 am

PSG maybe .
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Post by BarrileteCosmico on Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:39 am

Do PSG want him? It would keep them as the best Serie A team hmm

Di Marzio said that Dybala prefers to stay in Italy as he thinks he will not have as many chances to deverlop outside the peninsula, where he might have to accept a bench role.

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Post by Kick on Tue Mar 31, 2015 2:06 am

I've seen Arsenal heavily linked to him.

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Post by marottalad on Tue Mar 31, 2015 3:10 am

@Kick wrote:I've seen Arsenal heavily linked to him.


I think Arsenal have genuine interest in him but i think Zamparini is using that interest to drive up the price for Juve. Reports say that Dybala wants to "stay in Italy". Also Dybala should be of a secondary importance for Arsenal they need to buy players in other positions. Then again these premier league teams have so much money it doesn't even matter they can buy 4 world class players for 1 position and still have money left over to buy players lol

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Post by marottalad on Tue Mar 31, 2015 3:13 am

If I was Dybala i would try and move to roma,napoli, juve or Inter( they still look like their interested in investing in the team ) and then move to epl, la liga etc when his 25-27. Epl clubs have destroyed a lot of talents and barca,madrid,bayern and psg has huge competition. Choose juve Dybala.... haha

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Post by FennecFox7 on Tue Mar 31, 2015 4:02 am

*bleep* hell, 5'10 is not small Laughing the obsession with tall strikers these days Laughing

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Post by DeviAngel on Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:19 pm

@DeviAngel wrote:Zamparini: ’Juventus, hurry for Dybala’
By Football Italia staff

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini confirms he’s in talks with Juventus for Paulo Dybala, but says they must hurry.

The Bianconeri are believed to be the Argentinian forward’s preferred destination, though Zamparini is likely to play hardball over his €40m asking price.

“I’ve received concrete offers for Dybala,” the Rosanero patron revealed in an interview with Gr Parlamento.

“I was offered €30m by two clubs, but I said that I want €40m. I even got [an offer] for [Franco] Vazquez and Dybala together.

“Juventus? Yes, they could take him [Dybala]. I’m in contact with [Juventus general manager Giuseppe] Marotta, I know they’re interested, but they must hurry, there are other teams after him.

“After Easter I’ll meet Dybala’s agent who is working hard for the lad’s future. Will he remain in Italy? It’s 50-50 at the moment.

“Napoli? [President Aurelio] De Laurentiis wants him, but I’ve told him not to think of another deal like [Edinson] Cavani [€17m], this time he’ll have to break the bank.”

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Post by DeviAngel on Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:39 pm

@DeviAngel wrote:Zamp: ’Arsenal, Juventus in for Dybala’


Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says the fight for Paulo Dybala is between Juventus and English side Arsenal.

The outspoken patron had already confirmed that he was in negotiations with the Bianconeri, and has expanded on those comments, saying the Gunners are in the running too.

“Juventus and Arsenal have already made offers,” Zamparini told Radio Marte.

“[Pierpaolo] Triulzi, the lad’s agent will be in Italy on Friday. I’m asking for more than €40m.

Dybala would prefer to stay in Italy, but the British team Arsenal are the first choice of the lad because of the way Wenger’s team plays.”

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Post by breva on Tue Mar 31, 2015 2:42 pm

"...because of the way Wenger’s team plays.”

Now that's funny.
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Post by windkick on Tue Mar 31, 2015 3:18 pm

He's stated he likes Barcelona and was at the Clasico. He would be on our radar if not for the ban.

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Post by RealGunner on Tue Mar 31, 2015 3:59 pm

Zamparini needs to stop talking. We are not in for him. Juventus probably showed slight interest and Zamp thought this was a good chance to quote an early price.

40m for someone with few months of success Laughing

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Post by Abramovich on Tue Mar 31, 2015 7:32 pm

Harry Kane £100M.
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Post by RealGunner on Fri Apr 17, 2015 12:09 pm

SKY Italia reporting that Atlético are to meet with Dybala's representatives regarding a transfer for the striker.


Strange move. Would have been better going to Juve.
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