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Alexandre Pato played only 5 professional matches on Internacional de Porto Alegre, a team from First Division of the Brazilian Championship, and was hired on AC Milan. He didn't even debuted on the Brazilian National Team (Selecao), and in less than 1 year, is a absolute regular on Milan, and one of the top scorers on this season.
Resume means nothing on the real soccer world. Abilities and those kind of things are all that you need to have.
Mail: then you'd better read realistic soccer mangas. Captain Tsubasa is a fantasy soccer manga. Impossible techniques like the Twin Shoot breaking the dummy is an essential part of Captain Tsubasa.
Nah, Twin Shoot break things up is realistic. But the swings and swivels of the ball is not realistic (meant by who can say its movement was like that).
Also, the dummy are just planks/woods. Even a karate chop/fist of fury can break them apart.
Pato is a junior/youth. Any junior can transfer to anywhere without playing internationally. Its like Genzo playing in hamburg before he was 16 years old. Naturezza is almost 20 (Shinji, what is Naturezza age??). Have you heard of ManU Macheda, he was snapped when he was just 16 (Italian Law).
So back to the point, if you're age of below 20 but after 17/16/15 and never before from any youth team nor experience of a full game (or many mid-full game), how can you be in the starting lineup of a team as Glamorous as R Madrid? Skills and techniques you may have, but to be able to play the straight 3 games is like
"WOW, you're the best than any player here, now here's the jersey, go get them TIGER.." )
That a good one.
Pato can sign for AC Milan because Serie A rules are: You can sign a specific number of non EU players a year (it's 5 or 1, I dont remember)
I think the reason why Naturezza can play so many games is because he is that good? After all Captain Tsubasa IS a fantasy manga
A football can break wood but the net? I never seen it in real life or at least not yet, but plenty of times in Captain Tsubasa haha
Pato was not a youth nor a junior player. He was a pro brazilian player. The age is not the point, the point is that he had played as a pro, was a member of Internacional's A Team, and was hired by Milan, even tough he played only 5 profissional games on Internacional.