Nicolás Acevedo [midfielder]

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Reassuring that it doesn’t appear he’s terrified of the gym.
 
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Reassuring that it doesn’t appear he’s terrified of the gym.
he's supposed to be a d-mid. let's hope he isn't. ring is an enforcer. sands isn't afraid of anything broken bones be damned, and herrera used to crunch into people as well. so, physicality should be part of his game if he's gonna make it in this league as a d-mid.

from what i've read/heard, he seems to be clean on the ball and a good distributor. so thinking he's much like a herrera and if so, that'd be great for us, since he's not a loan. hope he pans out. still young and can definitely grow with our club. gonna be some hot competition for playing time in the midfield this season..
 
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He seems to play with the toughness that SA defensive players need to have to make it. Up until about a month ago, America fans thought he was signing there so we clearly signed a hot prospect. Hopefully unlike Bravo and Ring, he isn't a card machine. He seems to have good technique and can pick a pass out. Very excited to see how he settles here and develops.

 

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He's definitely a hot prospect. He's already played with Uruguay U23 being only 20.
 

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He seems to play with the toughness that SA defensive players need to have to make it. Up until about a month ago, America fans thought he was signing there so we clearly signed a hot prospect. Hopefully unlike Bravo and Ring, he isn't a card machine. He seems to have good technique and can pick a pass out. Very excited to see how he settles here and develops.

Looks like a mix between Yangel Herrera and Alex Ring. Should hopefully fit in well.
 

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I think the biggest difference is both Yangel and Ring are physical players. Nico does not seem to be a physical presence on the field. He's going to have to learn how to get physical in this league though.