I’m a fan of Walter Casagrande Jr.
And it’s not little, no.
From his playing days until now, as a commentator. I like your lighter style, away from tactic.
Not to mention the citizen. We’re on the same side of the trench.
Casão, when a player is doing well, defends the call-up for the Brazilian team. Many people.
And I’m going to play a joke on him: what about Pablo Maia, Casão? Deserve a call?
With 20 years, 13 career games and two goals scored, the path seems natural for the next cycle.
The first call can be as a São Paulo player, but the following ones will lack a European team.
Am I too excited?
Impressed, I would say.
No player coming from Cotia came to the professional with such assertiveness. Not even Casemiro. Lucas? Neither. More than Eder Militão, moved to the side.
He is playing classics at Morumbi as if he were playing at Cotia. No adjustment period, no shyness.
He has physical strength, has tackling, interception and a good vertical pass. And a strong kick from outside the area.
It shows that he is a homeless player and that he will improve a lot.
São Paulo made signings – Rafinha, Patrick, Alisson and Nikão – to change the profile of a squad that had Vitor Bueno, Pablo and, further back, Alexandre Pato.
And the change also came with Pablo Maia. One more example of how Cotia can be autophagic: Liziero can go, we have Luan, Luan can go, we have Pablo Maia.
In addition to the three, Sara, Gomes and Rodrigo Nestor. Ah, if I formed attackers of that level, everything would be different.
What’s up, Case? Does Pablo Muro, or rather Maia, have a place in the selection?