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Vitor Saba


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  • Date Of Birth: 11/07/90
    Nation: Brazil
    Birthplace: Rio de Janiero, Brazil
    Squad Number: 10
    Position: Attacking Midfield
    Secondary Positions: Left Wing
    Joined Wanderers: 20/06/14
    Contract Details: 2 Year Initial Contract
    Contract Finish: 2015/16
    Previous Club: Brescia
    Wanderers Debut: 20th August 2014 vs Guangzhou Evergrande
    A-League Appearances: 8
    A-League Goals: 0
    ACL Appearances: 6
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 0
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 1
    Club World Cup Goals: 1
    Total Appearances: 15
    Total Goals: 1
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2014/15: 15 (1)
    Team Honours: Asian Champions League Winner (2014).
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If you are on Instagram, check his latest post. I already want to call him a club legend.

 

Ps you'll need to (a) know Italian or (b) whip out google translate.

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Auto translated from google lol

Finally my nightmare is over. I asked her out in January and nn I have left, I asked then in March and nn I have left, I asked desperately in late May and ditto ... I was unhappy for a long time already.Since January, I just thought the Wanderers. I thought to change me in a wonderful city that is Sydney. I thought to change me into a football player, most beautiful, and no ugly tactic that stuff to see, machinosa. I thought I was very much in play in front of 30,000 people every match at home independently if they win or lose and no person in 2500 under the boos and protests of a society that wants to go to A but nn has the least amount of structure to do so. Now I just be happy, and already are, very much. I write most of ths gia to Twitter, saying: - Welcome to the family! ... Thank you to the few who have lived together in Brescia and in my heart. At the end it was a valuable experience, which made me grow up a lot. If the same cost in the end, all that I have gained, I returned to the company in order to get out of qst nightmare. And I do not regret having paid to exit. There are those who can do it. Hello everyone and good luck, why do not you just anger and resentment lead nowhere, but nn costs nothing to say some truth occasionally. Football today is full of Buggia and those who speak the truth bother. Farewell ℠⛄ , Welcome ☀ .

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Auto translated from google lol

Finally my nightmare is over. I asked her out in January and nn I have left, I asked then in March and nn I have left, I asked desperately in late May and ditto ... I was unhappy for a long time already.Since January, I just thought the Wanderers. I thought to change me in a wonderful city that is Sydney. I thought to change me into a football player, most beautiful, and no ugly tactic that stuff to see, machinosa. I thought I was very much in play in front of 30,000 people every match at home independently if they win or lose and no person in 2500 under the boos and protests of a society that wants to go to A but nn has the least amount of structure to do so. Now I just be happy, and already are, very much. I write most of ths gia to Twitter, saying: - Welcome to the family! ... Thank you to the few who have lived together in Brescia and in my heart. At the end it was a valuable experience, which made me grow up a lot. If the same cost in the end, all that I have gained, I returned to the company in order to get out of qst nightmare. And I do not regret having paid to exit. There are those who can do it. Hello everyone and good luck, why do not you just anger and resentment lead nowhere, but nn costs nothing to say some truth occasionally. Football today is full of Buggia and those who speak the truth bother. Farewell ℠⛄ , Welcome ☀ .

makes sense somewhat

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Okay, using a better translator it pretty much says:

 

My nightmare is over. I asked to leave in January. They said no. I asked again in March and again did not get to leave. One more time in May and again no.

 

He was unhappy for a long time. By January he was already thinking of the Wanderers and the wonderful city that is Sydney.

 

He thought to change to a more beautiful played football with no nasty tactics (mack: Perhaps he heard about Jacob Burns retiring)

 

I think the next line refers to playing with the RBB/Wanderers supporters up to 30,000 regardless of winning or losing. Not 100% sure what the "boos & protests" means. (Edit - I think he refers to playing in front of 2500 booing patrons at Brescia).

 

He is now in happy thoughts, and already been welcomed to the family on twitter. He then thanks people from Brescia & Porto, and says it helped him grow alot.

 

He apparently paid out his contract so he could leave Brescia, perhaps everything he made there.

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Ok Vitor - here are the rules.

 

Love with passion....

 

Love the west, love your football, love the fans and they will love you. 

 

Welcome Vitor! I kinda feel like less of a man seeing you grow that beard. 

 

Just fine tuned a little for you, WoC   :rolleyes:

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Ok Vitor - here are the rules.

 

Love with passion....

 

Love the west, love your football, love the fans and they will love you. 

 

Welcome Vitor! I kinda feel like less of a man seeing you grow that beard. 

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Just fine tuned a little for you, WoC   :rolleyes:

 

 

Ahahaha - You need love to understand hate and versa. 

 

I hate a bad pizza, I hate it when Politicians say one thing and do another. It makes me love my food and my freedom even more. 

 

Ahhhh I just mixed food and politics in a players thread. Nooooo!

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^^^^^ Great post...but noooo  to

 

" You need love to understand hate and versa."   :)

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^^^^^ Great post...but noooo  to

 

 

 

" You need love to understand hate and versa."   :)

Hey! Back off hippy! :P

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sorry Miss Wendy.......;)

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^^^^^ Great post...but noooo  to

 

" You need love to understand hate and versa."   :)

 

Hey! Back off hippy! :P

 

Haha ... Never...    :)

 

Now... back to Vitor....

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I think for the long tern success of WSW this signing is BS. A young boy who hasn't been a success in his own country at any level and easily released by Brecsia. What is shows is that he is not that good.  All players aspire to play on Europe. especially at  that age. The worst part of this signing is that he is taking a place of a young Australian. No one can  tell me that within WSw or Australia we don't have men that can play that position. Our players are not playing in the best leagues in the top countries and now we  have our own taking a back seat to  22 has been. No keen on this signing.

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Others who have perhaps more ability to judge have already signed him, we need to get behind him and the team to help make it a success we also have our local players who are apart of the team. It is a fair system with only limited spots for overseas players.

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Arguably all of our foreigners in our first season (with the exception of Ono) were in the same boat. Poljak, Polenz, La Rocca and Hersi had all been in Europe and had very mixed success. The sheer number of players trying to make it in Europe make the competition level extremely high.

Popa has done incredibly well with his recruiting so far. Considering Saba was supposedly on WSW's radar when the club was first formed, it shows to me that they see him as worth signing.

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I think the brescia were booing the players in the last season. Sounds like quite a negative atmosphere there.

sydney fc

 

 

My thoughts too.

 

Brescia fans and club sound a lot like ESFC.

I think for the long tern success of WSW this signing is BS. A young boy who hasn't been a success in his own country at any level and easily released by Brecsia. What is shows is that he is not that good.  All players aspire to play on Europe. especially at  that age. The worst part of this signing is that he is taking a place of a young Australian. No one can  tell me that within WSw or Australia we don't have men that can play that position. Our players are not playing in the best leagues in the top countries and now we  have our own taking a back seat to  22 has been. No keen on this signing.

 

If we naturalise him as an australian before the 2018 WC, would that change your mind? :P

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I think for the long tern success of WSW this signing is BS. A young boy who hasn't been a success in his own country at any level and easily released by Brecsia. What is shows is that he is not that good.  All players aspire to play on Europe. especially at  that age. The worst part of this signing is that he is taking a place of a young Australian. No one can  tell me that within WSw or Australia we don't have men that can play that position. Our players are not playing in the best leagues in the top countries and now we  have our own taking a back seat to  22 has been. No keen on this signing.

Bit harsh I think mate, even though he has gone through the youth system of a very good Brazilian club and played football with Brescia in Seria B shows the types of players who we want to attract to Australia. As was stated previously, players who we picked up in our first system weren't able to break through in the top leagues in Europe but are playing just below that top level. Players that have poor injury records or has just gotten lost transferring between clubs and not hitting form. Popa has done an amazing job picking up these types of players and just getting the most of these players.

 

He is taking the spot of a foreign player don't forget, not the spot of a youth or Australian player. If there was an Australian player that could take that place, I'm sure popa would sign him if it could fit into our salary cap. These players that we are chasing are brought up differently and obviously have a different skill level compared to Australians at the same age. I don't think we should judge too harshly until we can see what they can offer on the field and the types of performances we can expect from them.

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No Machinosa, it will be interesting to see what he thinks of popas system and how well he fits in, but gotta respect the kid for his desire for more a free flowing football at least.

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So if hes never been capped by Brazil at a junior level, does that mean hes eligible for Australia if he gets citizenship?

Edited by Nnnnnathan12

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So if hes never been capped by Brazil at a junior level, does that mean hes eligible for Australia if he gets citizenship?

Yes in 5 years. If Abbott doesn't pay him a deportation fee. Oops wrong thread.

 

Yes if he stays 5 years he is. Qatar would naturalise him in 5 minutes.

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I think the brescia were booing the players in the last season. Sounds like quite a negative atmosphere there.

sydney fc

My thoughts too.

 

Brescia fans and club sound a lot like ESFC.

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