En los últimos días se sacudió el mercado Europeo con las distintas transferencias de jugadores que se deberán adaptar a su nuevo club, a sus nuevos compañeros y a su nuevo hogar y a su nueva competencia.

Cada liga es distinta una de la otra, distintas dificultades, distintos equipos, distintas defensas y distintas tácticas ofensivas. Todo depende de la adaptación de los jugadores a sus nuevos equipos, si logran encajar en ellos van a poder salir adelante. En el caso de no lograr insertarse en el equipo, sufrirán mucho y muchos de ellos se estancarán en esos equipos o equipos inferiores.

Con un traspaso te puedes ir de tu equipo siendo un ídolo, un crack, una figura, un suplente, uno más, un Don nadie, un ejemplar, una pieza clave, pero seguramente todos los hinchas de tu antiguo club quieren que te retires vistiendo su camiseta si pudiste hacer las cosas bien.

Recordemos en materia de futbolistas uruguayos los pases para esta temporada son:

Edinson Cavani – de Nápoli a Paris Saint-Germain (Ligue 1, Francia)
Walter Gargano – de Inter a Parma (Serie A Italia)
Diego Lugano – de Paris Saint-Germain a West Bromwich Albion (Premier League inglesa)
Egidio Arévalo Ríos – de Palermo a Chicaco Fire (EE.UU)
Sebastián Abreu – de Nacional a Rosario Central (Argentina)
Guillermo Varela – de Peñarol a Manchester United (Premier League Inglesa)
Braian Rodríguez – de Huachipato a Real Betis (La Liga, España)
José María Giménez – de Danubio a Atlético de Madrid (La Liga, España)
Sebastián Cristóforo – de Peñarol a Sevilla (La Liga, España)
Diego Laxalt – de Defensor Sp. a Inter de Milán > CEDIDO al Bologna (Serie A Italia)
Felipe Avenatti – de River Plate a Ternana (Serie B Italia)
Nicolás ‘Diente’ López – de Roma a Udinese (Serie A Italia)
Gonzalo Bueno – de Nacional a Kuban Krasnodar (Russian Primera League)
Hernán Rodrigo López – de Cerro Porteño a Sportivo Luqueño (Paraguay)
Santiago ‘Tanque’ Silva – de Boca Jrs. a Lanús (Argentina)
Leandro Cabrera – de Atlético de Madrid a Real Madrid Castilla (2da Div. España)
Maximiliano Amondarain – de Progreso a Cardiff City (Premier League Inglesa)
Diego Polenta – de Genoa a Bari (Serie B Italia)
Matías Alonso – de Juventud a Bari (Serie B Italia)
Walter López – de Peñarol a Bari (Serie B Italia)
Pablo Caballero – de Cerro a Reggina (Serie B Italia)
Nicolás Amodio – de Peñarol a Lecce (Serie B Italia)
Sergio Cortelezzi – de Nacional a Lecce (Serie B Italia)
Diego ‘Viruta’ Vera – de Querétaro a Atlético Rafaela (Argentina)
Elías Ricardo Figueroa – de Liverpool (Uruguay) a Huachipato (Chile)
Carlos Diogo – de SD Huesca (España) a KAA Gent (Bélgica)
Maureen Franco – de Sud América (Uruguay) a Racing de Olavarría (3ra Div. Argentina)
Martín Cauteruccio – de Quilmes a San Lorenzo (Argentina)
Carlos Bueno – de Universidad Católica a Belgrano (Argentina)
Pablo Míguez – de Unión (Argentina) a Danubio (Uruguay)
Marcel Román – de El Tanque Sisley a Prato (Serie C Italia)
Jorge ‘Malaka’ Martínez – CEDIDO de Juventus al Novara (Serie B Italia)

ENTRENADORES:

Jorge Fossati – de Cerro Porteño a Al Ain [Actual Campeón] (Emiratos Árabes)
Gustavo ‘Chavo’ Díaz – DT de Club Guaraní a Blooming (Bolivia)
Ruben Israel – DT abandona al Libertad (Paraguay) y es codiciado por Atlante (México)
Julio César González Montemurro – DT de Comunicaciones (Guatemala) a Deportivo Cúcuta (Colombia)

En materia de fútbol europeo, en los últimos días se cerró el mercado de pases y estos fueron los últimos resultados  para la temporada 2013/14:

(figuran sólo los fichajes de los últimos CINCO días)

ESPAÑA:

Gareth Bale – de Tottenham a Real Madrid
Denis Cheryshev – de Real Madrid a Sevilla
Josuha Guilavogui – de Saint-Etienne a Atlético de Madrid
Lisandro López – de Benfica a Getafe
Walter Acevedo – de River Plate a Zaragoza
Toby Alderweireld – de Ajax a Atlético Madrid
Jhon Córdoba – de Querétaro a Espanyol
Gabriel Torje – de Udinese a Espanyol
Ulises Dávila – de Chelsea a Córdoba

INGLATERRA:

Marouane Fellaini – de Everton a Manchester United
Mesut Özil – de Real Madrid a Arsenal
Romelu Lukaku – de Chelsea a Everton
Mamadou Sakho – de Paris Saint-Germain a Liverpool
Morgan Amalfitano – de Olympique de Marseille a West Bromwich
Marko Arnautovic – de Werder Bremen a Stoke City
Demba Bá – de Chelsea a Arsenal
Alvaro Vasquez – de Getafe a Swansea
Tiago Ilori – de Sporting a Liverpool
Victor Moses – de Chelsea a Liverpool
Libor Kozak – de Lazio a Aston Villa
Emiliano Viviano – de Palermo a Arsenal
Barry Bannan – de Aston Villa a Crystal Palace
Stephen Ireland – de Aston Villa a Stoke City
Adrian Mariappa – de Reading a Crystal Palace
Peter Odemwingie – de West Bromwich a Cardiff
Benoit Assou-Ekotto – de Tottenham a QPR
Stephane Sessegnon – de Sunderland a West Brom
Niko Kranjcar – de Dynamo Kiev a QPR
Tom Carroll – de Tottenham a QPR
McCarthy – de Wigan a Everton

ITALIA:

Kaká – de Real Madrid al Milan
WALTER GARGANO – de Napoli a PARMA
Miguel Borja – de La Equidad a Livorno
Juan Iturbe – de Porto a Hellas Verona
Luca Marrone – de Juventus a Sassuolo
Jaroslav Plasil – de Bordeaux a Catania
Ricardo Centurión – de Racing Club a Genoa
Andrea Petagna – de Milan a Sampdoria
Etri Berisha – de Kalmar a Lazio
Joel Obi – de Internazionale a Parma
Birki Bjarnason – de Pescara a Sampdoria
Douglas Santos – de Granada a Udinese
Jonathan Cristaldo – de Metalist a Bologna

ALEMANIA

Patrick Helmes – de Wolfsburg a Colonia
Jeong-Ho Hong – de Jeju United a Augsburg
Tranquilo Barnetta – de Schalke 04 a Eintracht Frankfurt
Makoto Hasebe – de Wolfsburg a Nuremberg
Serdar Tasci – de Stuttgart a Spartak Moscú
Aristide Bancé – de Augsburg a Fortuna Düsseldorf
Per Ciljan Skjelbred – de Hamburgo a Hertha Berlín
Karim Haggui – de Hannover a Stuttgart

RESTO DE EUROPA:

Mevlut Erding – de Rennes a Saint-Étienne
Emmanuel Mayuka – de Southampton a Sochaux
Sam Hutchinson – de Chelsea para a Vitesse
Ivan Piris – de Roma a Sporting Lisboa
Vitinho – de Botafogo para a CSKA Moscú
Daniel Pranjic – de Sporting para a Panathinaikos
Lerin Duarte – de Hércules para a Ajax
Abdul Razak – de Manchester City para a Anzhi

Luca Ferrando Luca Ferrando 4 like

17 Responses so far.

  1. Maldoror55 Maldoror55 says:

    Great review Luca!Only you forgot to mention Gonzalo Bueno’s transfer from Nacional to Kuban Krasnodar(Russian Primera League).Also there were some U20 players finishing in Benfica B team;Gianni Rodriguez,Jim Varela.
    As I have written on some place there are now 12 Uruguayan U20 “silver boys”,playing for some clubs in Europe;Laxalt,Lopez,G.Varela,Amondarain,Gimenez,Cristoforo,Bueno,Rolan,Avenatti,Gianni Rodriguez,Jim Varela,Betancourt.I hope at least half of them turn into extraordinary players.Our blessings to chicos!

    Current score: 2
    • FourThreeThree FourThreeThree says:

      Let’s hope the intent is to actually play them. I am always concerned when I see players go to the Serie B. It’s like a black-hole for players. It’s almost better to go to a “smaller” league like the Portuguese or Dutch.

      Current score: 1
  2. Yorugua Yorugua says:

    @Luca

    No te puedo creer… Alguien le dio laburo al Chavo Díaz!
    Pobre Bolivianos!

    Current score: 2
  3. FourThreeThree FourThreeThree says:

    There’s gotta be some kind of story on:
    1)why any parent would call their son Maureen Franco
    2)why any player would allow himself to be called Maureen Franco. Can’t he think of any nickname, really!?

    Current score: 1
    • Yorugua Yorugua says:

      Maureen is a girl’s name… ain’t it? Nice to see Malaka’s career progressing along smoothly.

      Tonite we’re gonna party like it’s Two-Thousand-Nine… sorry couldn’t resist, you can only laugh at that joke if you’ve been coming on to the Blog since 2009.

      Current score: 2
    • FourThreeThree FourThreeThree says:

      His name reminds me of Maureen Stapleton aka Edith Bunker, another icon from the “classic” 70s American TV.

      Current score: 0
    • Yorugua Yorugua says:

      Name is tattooed in my brain for a different reason, namely cuz it sets up the introduction to one of the all best movie villains of all time…. apologies for repeating myself, but it is all-time!

      Current score: 1
  4. Adjai Adjai says:

    I think Alan Kevin Mendez will join the Barcelona academy in January.

    Current score: 4
  5. AussieCeleste AussieCeleste says:

    Nervous about the yellow cards: Godin’s will hopefully be rescinded as mistaken identity, but we are looking down the barrel of Falcao against Scotti on Tuesday night!

    If Tabarez plans to play a counter-attacking style he needs to inject more speed, and apart from Laxalt I don’t see who can provide that.

    Current score: 1
  6. belarusianceleste says:

    Player’s performance tonight:

    Muslera – made a schoolboy positioning mistake at the set piece which gave los peruanos unneeded hope and made our hearts pound a little faster in the closing minutes. other than that was commanding in the air and pretty cool in the box. 6.5.

    Godin – the MoM in my opinion although hoards of amateurs will rave about Suarez’s brace instead. Faultless in the air, great with interceptions, positioning, tackles and his first pass made me reminisce and bemoan the days when Lugano was a world class defender. Shame about the YC. A 9.

    Lugano – when Godin is having a good day, Lugano is tolerable. No blatant howlers, no goal assists to opposing players like the gift he gave to Benitez, I’ll take that from an ageing defender who’s polishing the bench of a PL bottom-dweller. The usual yellow card. A 5.5.

    (what else does Britos have to do to get called up?)

    Mono Pereira – a very solid day for the RB. Impassable, good link-up with Suarez, nice forward forays, a couple of decent crosses. Pleasantly surprised me. An 8.

    Martin Caceres – my favourite player on the NT quite frankly has had a mediocre game. Lack of minutes at Juve is taking its toll on the most universal of our back 4. Still good with the tackles, and in the air, he was useless offensively and didn’t link up with Cebolla the way he was expected to. I still think his best use is in the centre (which places Fucile on the left and makes our defence line so much stronger with Caceres and Godin potentially the strongest iron curtain in south america). Hoping he’ll recover for Colombia. A 6 from me this far.

    Arevalo – his usual earth-scorching self, nothing extraterrestrial (we never expect that of him) but he toiled well tonight. Lots of useful interceptions and his physical presence in the first half when los peruvianos wanted to press their advantages was invaluable. A 7.

    Gargano – RM is not his position, because he is not an offensive player (nor is Gonzalez who replaced him later BTW). Left most of constructive work to Mono but was a good backup to Arevalo when that needed help. His inability to create chances for Suarez on the right left Mono’s defensive side exposed at times, luckily Peru had nobody on the left to take advantage of that. A 5.5.

    Cebolla – was the only productive wing of the team, really should have scored with that howitzer that hit the bar which would have put the game to bed. Sadly can’t last the whole 90 minutes though, Simeone is right about him. His passing by the end of the game was useless. A 6.

    Forlan – hard to rate him, the man barely touched the ball for the 25 minutes that he was on the pitch and made very little effort to do so. I have a very strong hunch that with him on the pitch and Stuani on the bench things most certainly would have been a lot worse for Uruguay. n/a

    Cavani – a very very very silly yellow card in yet another underwhelming game in a celeste shirt (the one that doesn’t have “Lete” on it). On the plus side, killed a few minutes with his skill on the ball for Uruguay when we tried to put the game off. We need a different Edinson on the 10th. 5.5.

    Suarez – the angel and the demon of the game, his second goal was pure class and the way he dissected that ref and earned us a penalty in a 50/50 situation is class multiplied by experience. Peruvians will call him a cynical diver, I’ll just say the man’s done his job right tonight. Thank for you for brace! A 9.

    Stuani – do we have a new enganche???? His build-up to Suarez’s second was plain wicked. Overall – fearless, relentless, fast and strong in the air. Advincula’s nightmare. 8.5.

    Gonzalez – made an ambitious run and a shot in the minutes that he was given, but generally proved once again that he’s a toiler not a creator. We need a different RM for a game we want to win. He coped with his time-killing defensive responsibilities well though. a 6.

    Fucile – n/a, but it’s damn good to see him back! Just kill off Danilo at Porto, get your minutes and fill in the slot at the NT that’s been waiting for you for too long!

    Current score: 2
    • plaga9celeste plaga9celeste says:

      objection on the muslera take.. goalies must be awesome in belarusia.. 2 enormous saves mano a mano with guerrero y pixxarro.. conceading just one out of those in the

      Current score: 1
    • plaga9celeste plaga9celeste says:

      1st period could have changed the game against us.. clear 8-9 in my book..

      Current score: 0
  7. Maldoror55 Maldoror55 says:

    Bialrusceleste!@

    Great analysis! Very good!I totally agree that Godin is a new marshal of the defense,and that Stuani has shown in one hour of play,more than Forlan in last two years.On the position of false 9,I mean.The injury of Forlan,was a blessing in disguise for LC,however sounding cruel and cynical.I agree with those who say that Forlan would be the best as a joker-card from the bench,coming in last 15-20 minutes to destroy exhausted opposite defense.To give them a coup de grace.I hope that Taba has learned now that Forlan is replaceable.
    I think Alejandro Silva on the position of Gargano,or Tata Gonzales would be much better solution.Hope Tabarez would realize this soon.He was in the beginning praising this player,and as soon as he has shown his quality,he put him away.What is in the head of this controversial old coach?Silva is complete player.Somethimg like Urutguayan Luca Modric.He could play on every position,and is good in both;defensive and attacking tasks.

    Current score: 1
  8. plaga9celeste plaga9celeste says:

    que trunfaxo de la gloriosa en lima, LCdesuM.. con huevos asi de grandes..
    MF.. what a huge win of la celeste in lima.. balls this big..

    Current score: 0
  9. in_your_bright_ray in_your_bright_ray says:

    I’ve said this from the start, Coates isn’t the next leader for Uruguay, it is currently and has always been Godin. Today he was sensational, he does what a good defender should do, his strong and leads by example. He gives an auora of confidence and class that has been polished by years of La Liga appearences. He is the real successor to Lugano. He proved it today and will need to put a final exclamation point to that statement against Colombia to really ram the point home. Always been a fan of his.

    Anyone notice how dangerous we were once Forlan was off the ground? ;) Also anyone notice we are seriously weak on set pieces? We don’t look dangerous in free kicks and corners, we just don’t.

    Don’t bag Muslera. If it wasn’t for him we would be 2-0 down in the first half and I’m going to put my goalkeepers union card on the table and fairly defend him. The goal wasn’t his fault. The positioning was fine, the goal was just bloody good. You can have 10 players in the wall and still cop a goal if it’s kicked correctly. It wasn’t his fault, you try to defend an unstopable shot like that and then you can get back to me :-/ Do I think Muslera is an amazing keeper?…….to a degree he is ok. He is an excellent shot stopper but weak in crosses (world cup 2010 proved it).

    Surez is the only true class A player we have. No contest! Cavani needed to show why so many clubs wanted him but once again was all much ado about nothing. Thank you Suarez. And a big welcome to Christian Stuani, however I feel if he was given more chances in friendlies etc he would have had a more rotund performance. Still did a good job.

    Now lets beat those coffee drinking cocaine makers!!! :D

    Current score: 5
  10. NicoGF NicoGF says:

    in midfield we need at least 2 players who can both defend and pass the ball, they are cristoforo and ale silva. and we need 1 player who is fast enough and has excellent ball control in order to keep the ball even with strong defensive pressure on him. we need another one with amazing game vision. we need 2 world class strikers. we need a defence that can pass as well. but more importantly our midfield has to run, defend, and BE ABLE TO PASS THE BALL. otherwise EVERY team will impose a possession game on us. and when we win the ball back, we are gonna string together 3 passes at most, and then lose the ball again. which is tiring. suarez and cavani are scoring nowadays because they are out of this world, but imagine what they could do if we could provide them the ball more often, and with some clear chances, they would feel more confident.

    OUR MIDFIELD CANT PASS THE BALL WHEN THEY ARE BEING PRESSED BY RIVALS, THAT INCLUDES: gargano, ruso, arevano and i could continue.. generational change is MANDATORY. we need to play faster football, more accurate, less nervous, more calculating, more quality, and defensively to press further on the pitch.

    im happy about the result, but not happy on performance when i know we could be better and have the players to achieve so.

    _____cavani_____suarez

    __________nacho
    __arrascaeta______ale silva
    __________cristoforo
    caceres__________________________mono
    ______gimenez__g. de los santos

    ____________muslera

    Current score: 1
 

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