Jose Alonso Lara By Kevin @Sevillista4Life

Jose Antonio Lara by Kevin @Sevillista4Life

 

Full Name: Jose Alonso Lara

Nationality: Spain

Date of Birth: March 7, 2000 (17 years old)

Birthplace: Seville, Spain

Height: 5’3 (161 cm)

Youth Club: Sevilla Fútbol Club

Current Club: Sevilla Fútbol Club/Sevilla Atlético and Sevilla U-19’s

Number: 30 (Sevilla Atletico) and 7 (Sevilla U-19’s)

Current National Team: Spain U-17 and Spain U-19

Position: Left Wing and Second Striker

Preferred Foot: Right

Market Value: –

Tournaments Participated In: 2017 UEFA European Under-17 Championship, 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup, and 2017-2018 UEFA Youth League.

Contract Until: 30.06.2019

Player’s Agent: Unknown

Transfer Rumors: None

Similar Type of Players: Emre Mor (Dribbling) and Bernard Duarte (Set Pieces, Crossing)

 

Strengths:

  • Dribbling  
  • Flair
  • Set Pieces
  • Pace and Acceleration
  • Agility
  • Defensive Contribution
  • Vision
  • Technique
  • Work Rate
  • First Touch
  • Consistency  

 

Weaknesses:

Positioning (because of coming back to defend), physicality, and tactical intelligence (when to pass, when to shoot).

 

Style of Play:

  • Winger
  • Loves to dribble
  • Always trying to move the ball forward
  • Quick feet
  • Gets fouled a lot
  • Likes to help teammates win the ball back
  • Competent Set Piece Taker
  • Uses his speed and skill to dribble to ball into crossing distance
  • Surging dribbles into the box
  • Surging runs into box helps win penalties
  • Unpredictable and strong in 1v1 situations
  • High work rate and stamina
  • Hard-Working Player
  • Brilliant changes of pace  
  • A lot of “In your face” dribbles

 

He is Best Suited Playing As…

 

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Achievements:

2017 UEFA European Under-17 Champion.

 

League Summary (As of 13 February 2018):

La Liga 123 (Spanish Segunda Division): 10 matches/1 Assist (Sevilla Atletico)

 

Description:

Jose Alonso Lara is just one of the many stars for Sevilla FC’s B team. However, in a team consisting of attacking talents such as Alejandro Pozo, Carlos Fernandez, Bilal Boutobba, and former Barca academy stars Aitor Cantalapiedra and Marc Gual, Lara has managed to nail down a place in the starting 11. Making his senior debut on the third of December 2017 at 17, Lara has managed to play over 700 minutes in the following 3 months, no small feat for a player that is 5’3 and a year or two younger than most of his teammates. Jose Lara was part of the U-17 Spain squad that won the 2017 UEFA European Under-17 championship and finished 2nd in the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup. Jose Alonso Lara is a very dynamic dribbler who draws a lot of fouls with his quick feet and fast thinking. Surprisingly, Jose Lara has a lot of stamina for such a dynamic player; lasting 90 minutes in all but 3 games that he has appeared in this season. If Lara works on his end product and positioning a bit more, there is no doubt that he could be the next name in the list of famous Sevilla academy graduates that includes José Antonio Reyes, Jesus Navas, Sergio Ramos, Diego Capel, and Alberto Moreno.

 

Radar:

 

Potential rating:

9/10   

Player has potential to become a key player in a top European club.

 

Links:

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Author: Kevin @Sevillista4Life

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