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Posted by Roy (Roy Nemer) Sunday, February 02, 2014 Go To Comments

Ever BANEGA joins Newell's Old Boys

Ever BANEGA has joined Newell's Old Boys.

Ever BANEGA has signed with Newell's Old Boys and will be going on loan until the end of the season. BANEGA is a big Newell's Old Boys fan.




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holytoledo
(United States)
Posted on 2/6/2014 at 8:17 PM
0
There are plenty of pros and cons in this situation and I don't want to rehash them in my post. I do want to say that I didn't have high hopes for this kid and his inclusion in our national team before he left Valencia and I have even less now. Just like Gago, his form is unpredictable and his fitness has always been a question mark. Plus, he's a hot head, mouths off a lot and on any given play he can leave the team down to 10 men. This is why the news that Cambiasso might come back into the fold elates me. He's a solid player with a proven pedigree and has regular performances. I think both Banega and Gago are both quite gifted, their abilities are unquestioned, but their physical fitness and discipline have always been an issue. Going in to a tough tournament I question that and always will until they prove me otherwise.


mamoun "elpipita"
(Iraq)
Posted on 2/6/2014 at 5:43 PM
0
At first glance one would be tempted to think that this move means the end of Ever's career, but to be honest the more i think about it the more I realize that it might be a good thing especially if he gets plenty of playing time in a supportive Argentine environment away from the distractions of europe.
Then again, Argentina has plenty of distractions I would imagine so its really up to Banega to decide where to his talent and career.


bunchowhero
(Hong Kong)
Posted on 2/5/2014 at 11:19 PM
0
I will be more than worried if we need to rely on him during WC! As lots of folks here said, he's lot of talent but doesn't achieve the level that was expected. I had very high opinions on him before but since a couple of years he hasn't progressed anymore: Not solid and disciplined enough in defense, playing too complicated and spent too much time with the ball, frequently lost ball when he plays deeply, which caused dangerous situation for the defenders, he doesn't inspire confidence and can't definitely replace Gago as their position is different. He may be useful if Sabella decides to replace a forward(higuain or aguero) by a midfield during the game in order to densify in the middle. But I think Ricky Alvarez is much better in this case. To replace Gago if he's not fit, for me, the best solution is still Biglia.


pablo.d
(New Zealand)
Posted on 2/4/2014 at 6:17 PM
0
i agree caballero should be called up and we all know why, camb im not so sure as he has had his time in the n/t and to be honest in his last 10 caps he has not looked good.


Johnny
(Thailand)
Posted on 2/4/2014 at 3:53 PM
0
Let's hope those rumors are on target. Caballero deserves a shot and Cambiasso could be a valuable old hand.


argentuban
(United States)
Posted on 2/4/2014 at 1:58 PM
0
Press rumors are that Willy Caballero and Esteban Cambiasso are to be called up for the friendly against Romania.


cleanball
(Indonesia)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 11:54 PM
0
Sorry for Banega if he got the drinking habit. Sabella need to strict to this and refuse to bring a drunken players.


Abs
(United States)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 8:17 PM
0
Not a good move, but what I don't get is why European team let such chances goes away. I don't know how they don't sign the likes of Banega, Gago, and others yet they spend tons of cash on useless players !!


pablo.d
(New Zealand)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 8:03 PM
0
great minds thing a like argentuban and kenneth as i was thinking exactly the same on banega and ortega.


Kenneth
(United States)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 5:00 PM
1
@ Argentuban glad you pointed out Ortega, that's all Banega reminds me of, Ortega was so damn good, but unlike Banega i felt like we relied on Ortega a lot. I just thank God Messi doesn't have these problems haha.


argentuban
(United States)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 12:15 PM
0
Banega has gobs of talent, and when he is on, he is BRILLIANT. It's the other side of him that worries me....he can be absolutely horrid, and is either one or the other.


Deb
(India)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 11:50 AM
0
Banega should have some solid time away from public glare now. The main aspect he has to develop in his game is the holding / defensive part. Passing wise and to penetrate opposition shields, he is already right up there. Even better than the likes of Gago. Just the tactical grit and discipline is missing. Once that is achieved, he would be quite a force to reckon with.


argentuban
(United States)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 11:25 AM
0
Gago is not likely to befit the whole Cup. Which means Banega will be key IF he is selected.

And for those who forget the last time we relied on an alcoholic for a key position, I have two words for you: Ariel Ortega.


argentuban
(United States)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 11:23 AM
0
I am worried now that he has returned. Back to his old haunts and in with his old crowd.....usually leads to regression.


Johnny
(Thailand)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 10:02 AM
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I'd agree with argentuban about Banega. It all depends on whether or not he stays away from booze. Whether being back in Argentina will help him with that is anybody's guess. They have plenty of booze in Argentina as well, and hanging with the homies might be good...or bad.

Plus, Banega could have some other issues that haven't been as publicized as the alcohol problem. As usual, time will tell.


argentuban
(United States)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 9:39 AM
0
If Banega stays clean, he will be fine.


Chalz
(Oman)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 4:57 AM
0
Does Banega waste his talent???? . . . such a talented guy . . . enjoy yr life after yr football career when u will have ample time . . . now its just be fit mentally, physically, etc. and play the best .... clubs and country will pick u and then sit back and enjoy the money after the football career.
.
Pablo Aimar & Andres D'Allesandro & Juan Roman Riquelme


baker
(India)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 2:44 AM
0
thats a good article kid


Sabella 2015 - 2018
(United States)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 12:31 AM
0
Did David Trezeguet stayed with Newells or he move on?


haman
(Bahrain)
Posted on 2/3/2014 at 12:11 AM
0
I'd have loved seeing him back with el grande Boca to help them and create a WOW along with Roman and Mino!

However, desserts aren't always fully flavored!

Newel's isn't a bad move after all, playing alongside Maxi would be very good for him.


Sabella 2015 - 2018
(United States)
Posted on 2/2/2014 at 9:11 PM
0
Interesting article on Banega..''Ever Banega is Europe's loss, Argentina's gain''

http://espnfc.com/blog/_/name/worldcupcentral/id/2384?cc=5901


cleanball
(Indonesia)
Posted on 2/2/2014 at 8:47 PM
0
Better for Banega to be back at home, the place where he can restore his confident and play comfortably with joy.


mmh007
(Argentina)
Posted on 2/2/2014 at 5:18 PM
1
Agree with Kid. Nothing wrong with that move even he will get more playing time:)


Kenneth
(United States)
Posted on 2/2/2014 at 4:18 PM
0
Banega has far to many issues, i mean for a coach like Pizzi who demands discipline to essentially say " i don't want such a talented player like you" Obviously has something to do with Banega's attitude. Maybe because he misses Argentina? Idk i have no idea, but Newells is one of the few teams in Argentina who isn't a mess right now, so a very good move.


Sabella 2015 - 2018
(United States)
Posted on 2/2/2014 at 3:12 PM
3
There is nothing wrong with Banega going to Newells..The European game have get to so many people heads here on Mundo that they forget that South American football is also great when it comes to league play..Maxi Rodriguez left Liverpool for Newells and he's now playing some of the best football of his life..

Nothing wrong with Banega going to Newlls, people need to quit with this negative output..Playing time is the most important thing before the world cup..What you want Banega to do, move to a struggling Man United team, where they would toss him around like every other game..By the way it was difficult for Banega to move to a bigger club with the short time that was left in the transfer window, so instead of staying at Valencia he decided to move back to Argentina so he can get playing time.

Banega made a great move, at least he will adapt to the South American weather for like 6 months in time for the world cup..Paulinho came out of the Brazilian league before the Confed Cup and he turn out to be one of the better players in that tournament.


riquelme.10
(Canada)
Posted on 2/2/2014 at 2:40 PM
0
Reminds me of riquelme situation... not a good move!


Dinucci
(Argentina)
Posted on 2/2/2014 at 1:31 PM
0
Dumb move he needs to push himself by going to a European team


Dfox
(United States)
Posted on 2/2/2014 at 1:15 PM
0
Nope, and it doesn't hurt to have more playing time while in Argentina.


styles
(Canada)
Posted on 2/2/2014 at 1:10 PM
0
Is there a requirement to have so many domestic players on the roster for the WC? If so, would this possibly be a reason for the loan?


Batigol
(India)
Posted on 2/2/2014 at 12:19 PM
0
Heard that NOB have the option to buy Banega for €12m at the end of the season #bargainbuy. Good luck Banega
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