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    Exactly. If this article is true, it's very exciting to know that Tata has spent time watching youth teams (Juvenil B and possibly younger even).

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    Can we make a comparison guys? Who is better, Kaptoum or Enguene? They're both Cameroonian an born in 1996.

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    Enguene is more attack minded, Kaptoum more defensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deco 20 View Post
    Enguene is more attack minded, Kaptoum more defensive.
    You mean Enguene is like Iniesta and Kaptoum is more like Xavi?

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    Wow, just got back from holiday and this is great to hear.
    Anyone got a video of him?

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    Eto'o Foundation arty1:
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    Quote Originally Posted by vongocduc89 View Post
    You mean Enguene is like Iniesta and Kaptoum is more like Xavi?
    Pretty much, but their styles aren't similar to Xavi/Iniesta.

    Kaptoum is a DM/CM and Enguene a CM/AM.

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    Backnack - Song - Kaptoum - Enguene - Doungou - we will suffer when it's African Nations cup time

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    Quote Originally Posted by barcanuck View Post
    Backnack - Song - Kaptoum - Enguene - Doungou - we will suffer when it's African Nations cup time
    Forget the hype, most of these guys don't have a chance at making it to the first team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeswecan View Post
    Forget the hype, most of these guys don't have a chance at making it to the first team.
    Dongou has a chance.

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    Magical, Thiago-like touch. Looking forward to seeing him with the first team.
    Last edited by Qqqq; 9th December 2013 at 09:41 AM.

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    is he highly rated?

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    He was higher rated a few years ago. He doesn't seem to have managed to add much to his game since.

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    Personally I haven't been impressed by Kaptoum, whenever I saw him. Seems like Jordi Vinyals is also not impressed by him, because he is usually on the bench. He may need to stay at Juvenil A one more year and see how he develops. There is also no guarantee that he'll get starting spot with potential promotion of Alena, Chendri and Korean Paik, if he gets unbanned.
    Last edited by Ronnie10; 10th December 2013 at 06:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deco 20 View Post
    He was higher rated a few years ago. He doesn't seem to have managed to add much to his game since.
    Nope, there does seem to be a little bit of stagnation which isn't unusual at this age level, IMO
    Paolo Maldini - "In my opinion, Messi should win the Ballon D'Or each year. He's an unbelievable player."

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