Y'know, I don't think Serie A is all that brutal. The defenses are tighter in Italy, and there's far less space to play in - that would be a challenge for Denilson, and might actually help him grow as a player. Denilson is vastly talented, but IMHO he needs to work on some skills he's just reasonable on, such as finishing and heading. Not to mention marking, something that even strikers must be familiar with in today's soccer.romario8 said:i think its a huge mistake for any brasilian player to go to italy, unless their crap like emerson, lima, a.carlos.
but denilson should stay in spain it doesn't suit a skillfull player like him to play in the most brutal league in the world.