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Alvaro Cejudo


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  • Date Of Birth: 29/01/84
    Nation: Spain
    Birthplace: Puente Genil, Spain
    Squad Number: 10
    Position: Right Wing
    Joined Wanderers: 23/07/17
    Contract Details: 1 Year initial contract
    Contract Finish: 2017/18
    Previous Club: Real Betis
    Wanderers Debut: 8th October 2017 vs Perth Glory
    A-League Appearances: 20
    A-League Goals: 2
    FFA Cup Appearances: 1
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 21
    Total Goals: 2
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2017/18: 21 (2)
    Highlight: Scored his first goal for the club against the Central Coast Mariners in Round 11, Season 2016/17.
    Description: Alvaro Cejudo is a veteran right winger with a career of experience in Spain. Notably, he played alongside Wanderers fellow Marquee Oriol Riera for Osasuna in the early 2010's. He flopped in his first season, scoring few goals with his best contributions to the attack coming from his set piece delivery.
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2 minutes ago, FCB said:

Maccarone's pic: he looks like he is well in his 50ies.

 

 

i am glad i am not the only one who though that, i seriously thought he was around 60 for a second

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On 31/07/2017 at 12:12 AM, mack said:

I'm famous, didn't even have to follow him first.

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I just realised I posted this in the wrong thread.

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9 minutes ago, GoatyMcGoatFace said:

had a great match imo, i like what i see so far

Yup. Looks a cut above the average foreigner that rocks up ready for a holiday. Appears to be that even at 33 he gives a ****. One thing he has that martinez never had is that he seems to know whats happening around him as he receives the ball. martinez almost always had to look up and read what was happening then make a decision. Cejudo seems to have something in mind when he gets the ball.

He seems very comfortable shooting from outside the box as does Roly. I see some goals in those 2 this season.

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But but but why do we only ever sign players we've never heard of??

Stupid facebook people - there are literally hundreds of great footballers around the world - we just gotta find em and get em here. Got one here.

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Does what Castro doesn't: defensive work. Makes life for the FBs so much easier.

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Needs to step it up, we’ve only seen flashes. More end product. 

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On 08/10/2017 at 11:09 PM, luisenrique said:

Great skillz, great pace, great attitude. This guy is gonna tear the league apart.

Still giving him the benefit of doubt that he will live up to this prediction. 

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He mentioned in an interview a couple of weeks back that the three Spaniards are still getting used to the physicality of the HAL. And the refs, I'd say.

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1 hour ago, FCB said:

He mentioned in an interview a couple of weeks back that the three Spaniards are still getting used to the physicality of the HAL. And the refs, I'd say.

Especially QLDers Gillett, Beath and Green.

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I've seen them look at the refs in bemusement a few times. That said, the ref for the Italy Sweden game was from La Liga.

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Week off via cancelled game v's Nix should allow him to recover from the operation on the knuckle of his thumb

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I see the impact/influence of Petratos at Newcastle, this guy should be providing something similar.

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To be fair to him, he's clearly on a much higher level than everyone around him. Hard to have much of an impact if even when you beat your man, which he does often, your options to pass to are Jumpei and Sotirio.

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13 hours ago, luisenrique said:

To be fair to him, he's clearly on a much higher level than everyone around him. Hard to have much of an impact if even when you beat your man, which he does often, your options to pass to are Jumpei and Sotirio.

Yeah, but there have been quite a few times where he has shown all the tricks to beat 1,2, 3 opponents within a square yard and then loses the ball when he tries to beat them all over again.  Maybe part of the cause is your point but I haven't seen it that way.

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37 minutes ago, Edinburgh said:

Yeah, but there have been quite a few times where he has shown all the tricks to beat 1,2, 3 opponents within a square yard and then loses the ball when he tries to beat them all over again.  Maybe part of the cause is your point but I haven't seen it that way.

Me either. Really good players make other players look good (or at least put them into position to muck up all on their own!), not hold onto the ball because they don’t trust their teammates.

He’s flawed, like all A-League players. Trick is to get the most out of them.

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  • cejudo16I wouldn’t like to leave this club without saying some words. I’m grateful to all the fans, to my teammates and to the club workers. I wish you all the best for the future. Thanks to letting me be part of the Wanderers family, the city and your culture.
    Thank you so much!Forever a wanderer. 📝Alvaro Cejudo

    #westernsydney #australia #wsw #🔴

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1 hour ago, mack said:

Exit confirmed by club.

Total fraud.

Yep...club wasted their money.

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