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    Richard 'Riqui' Puig

    RICARD 'Riqui' PUIG



    Name: Ricard Puig Marti
    Born: 13 August, 1999
    Position: Midfielder



    Don't know why no one hasn't made one of Riqui yet, given his magical talent.

    Riqui, 16, born in August 1999, normally plays at false 9 with striker Abel Ruiz on the left and winger Jordi Mboula on the right, but he can also play in midfield.

    He is not known to be a goal scorer, but his technique and natural talent is one of a kind.

    Barša TV's Jaume Marcet calls him the most talented player in his age group. An age group filled with great players. Mboula, Ruiz, Monchu, I˝aki Pe˝a, Viedma, Jaime, etc.

    You can watch his talents in this short clip.

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    Quite the talent, always liked him. Hope he grows a bit, but such a talent and what a 'vista' !!

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    Cheers for the thread navidjaan.
    Will keep an eye on Riqui Puig.

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    This reminds me... How is Inaki Pena doing as of late? Last I heard of him he was considering leaving but in the end decided to stay, and that was a long time ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by God Serena View Post
    This reminds me... How is Inaki Pena doing as of late? Last I heard of him he was considering leaving but in the end decided to stay, and that was a long time ago.
    He rejected a bid from United and signed a renewal for Barša and got directly promoted to Juvenil A, skipping Juvenil B. He is competing with Andreu Cases for a starting spot, but Cases has been starting the majority of games. However, he is learning more than last year when he was a regular at Cadet A and his team just won everything, without any competition. It's normal for a goalkeeper to be benched and get the extra games in their first Juvenil A year. He is also regularly with Spain's U-17, like now, together with Oriol Busquets. Still very promising. Entering fatal years in his youth development. I think he's a copy of ter Stegen, style-wise, more or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojan View Post
    Cheers for the thread navidjaan.
    Will keep an eye on Riqui Puig.
    Cheers. Tried to add a newer picture to the top, but it doesn't work? Here's the url: http://imgur.com/GUBA91y

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    Quote Originally Posted by navidjaan View Post
    He rejected a bid from United and signed a renewal for Barša and got directly promoted to Juvenil A, skipping Juvenil B. He is competing with Andreu Cases for a starting spot, but Cases has been starting the majority of games. However, he is learning more than last year when he was a regular at Cadet A and his team just won everything, without any competition. It's normal for a goalkeeper to be benched and get the extra games in their first Juvenil A year. He is also regularly with Spain's U-17, like now, together with Oriol Busquets. Still very promising. Entering fatal years in his youth development. I think he's a copy of ter Stegen, style-wise, more or less.
    Does he have a shot of being our B team's first choice in the coming years? He's the one who pulled out all those penalty saves and then scored the winner, right? It'd be great to see him actually make the grade as a professional one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by God Serena View Post
    Does he have a shot of being our B team's first choice in the coming years? He's the one who pulled out all those penalty saves and then scored the winner, right? It'd be great to see him actually make the grade as a professional one day.
    I think with the current "firings" his chances are increasing .Ondoa out ,Suarez out (though could be re-signed),Masip is 27 so good chance he might leave and Ortolß might get his place . the GK position isn't gonna be as crowded as it was for Barca B so if he proves himself with Juvenil A team next year he will get his chance IMHO

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    He doesn't look 16.

    QUE D10S NOS PROTEJA

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    what country is he from?

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    he dribbles like Messi, such great dribbling and balance and can score too.

    Dare i say it? "hes going to win the Ballon Dor very soon"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Messi10 View Post
    he dribbles like Messi, such great dribbling and balance and can score too.

    Dare i say it? "hes going to win the Ballon Dor very soon"
    In football, the result is an impostor. You can do things really, really well but not win. There's something greater than the result, more lasting - a legacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papazguy View Post
    what country is he from?
    He's Catalan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Messi10 View Post
    he dribbles like Messi, such great dribbling and balance and can score too.

    Dare i say it? "hes going to win the Ballon Dor very soon"
    Why do people HAVE to say this every time they see a technical youth player? Is it some kind of weird verbal tick for Barša fans? Extremely annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by navidjaan View Post
    Why do people HAVE to say this every time they see a technical youth player? Is it some kind of weird verbal tick for Barša fans? Extremely annoying.
    Say what? The Ballon d'or part? That's just Messi10 being Messi10. Look at his posting history. Other than him, I'm not sure what 'people' you're referring to.

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