What a player! He is just 18 years old and plays in a game against a tough opponent like Italy, in an Euro semifinal, as if he was a veteran.
I don't think I've seen you talking much about De Paul. Can he be a CRACK?Chiesa, Pedri, Olmo and Diaz are young players that will have to take advantage of the experience and exposure they've got in these tournaments.
On a lot more boring role, but a HUGE need for us, I'm sad that Cuti Romero got injured because he is as promising as hell and he was consolidating really fast in the NT. I want to see Senesi and Lisandro Martinez too with him, the three have a lot of real potential, but I fail to witness lately any real CRACK emerging in offensive roles from down here and is kind of worrying...we'll see.
Usually what I consider a CRACK down here, appear at a very early age, late bloomers if they triumph, they end being great or even excellent players, but not CRAKCs (for me). He might have a chance to increase his level and make a name for himself with Aleti because a priori he fits like a glove for the style of the team and el Cholo. That might certainly help him. But in a silly way, natural CRACKs in Argentina are born, not created. Anyway he now has the chance and the exposure to become a bigger name in football.I don't think I've seen you talking much about De Paul. Can he be a CRACK?