You said it your self he played more like a winger, just because he came in for Rivaldo does not make him a striker/fowardRoberto Gallo said:Denílson was a forward in the NT with Felipão, he was Rivaldo's sub. Of course he plays more as a winger.
I just don't think it's very smart to put Kaká upfront if you have options like Denílson, LF and Adriano. Same would apply to Alex, Zé Roberto is obvioulsy not as talented, but he's much quicker than him, can mark better and know how to play wide open, unlike Alex.
We have talent in every position, there's no need to improvise.
Denilson is a attacker who plays in the wing, like Claudio Lopez. He can also play as wing in the midfield, like Zé Roberto, of course, but I like him better more upfront.Liternit said:You said it your self he played more like a winger, just because he came in for Rivaldo does not make him a striker/foward
Kaka would school Denilson when it comes to scoring, he was agreat assister in SPFC but since he left he lost that. (he did give a great pass for Betis goal against RM) Plus if you have watched Milan you would see that when Rui and Kaka play they both trackback and defende pretty well.
Kaka will have much more discipline after joining Milan and would be not only good on attack but also defending. Very few have as good as shot as Kaka and Denilson is far from having a shot. Out of those 3 you mentioned only LF has a better shot than Kaka, but then we would be playing with 2 strikers and not 1.
I still would like to see Ronaldo and LF, even though they both play the same style I think LF is more of a fighter and that would suit well with Ronaldo.
Exactly, and what I said is that I prefer Luís Fabiano upfront than him playing out of his position.And Kaka is not a center forward... he acn be a forward but he IS NOT a striker.