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Premier League: A paragraph to discover Julio Enchizo: “I came to be great”


An unexpected hero appeared in the 31st round of the English Premier League: Julio Cesar Enchizo (Caguazu, 1-23-2004).Brighton’s new “jewel” replaced the injured Feltman in the 28th minute, going 1-0 down, and “blew up” the game. His right whip, from 30 metres, drilled into the team, unstoppable for Kepa, and testified to Chelsea’s many defeats (1-2).

“I will never forget.It’s the most important and beautiful goal I’ve scored in my entire career. I’ve been working all week to make a goal like this,” Tribute to Enciso, who celebrated the goal “a la Messi against Paris Saint-Germain”, On one of the bridge billboards.

He even dared with a “toreador’s pass” to celebrate it. His game, to tell the truth, was great. In just 67 minutes he did everything and almost everything well. Between Kepa (53 minutes) and Al-Qaeda (60 minutes) they blocked their first goal. His self-confidence, his audacity, his elusiveness, his acceleration… made Bridge fall in love. “La Joya” as it is nicknamed in Paraguay, He completed four shots and created two scoring opportunities with his passes and won five of the eight dribbles he attempted. “He’s an unknown player, but his impact on the game in the second half was incredible,” former Liverpool player Danny Murphy told Match of the Day.

He’s an unknown player, but his impact on the game in the second half was amazing.

Danny Murphy

De Zerbi: “He can become a great player like Modric”

However, de Zerbi dared to put a “but”: “It’s no surprise, he’s a very good player, he scored a great goal and played a great game right up to the goal. But he is still young and he has to improve his mentality. After he scored he forgot to play, and if we didn’t win, people risked forgetting his goal.”

However, the Brighton boss was aware, since his arrival in October, of the “rough diamond” he held in his hands: “I am very happy with Enciso, I like him very much. He can become a great player.” Last season I had Modric and he became a great footballer. I think Julio also has the right talent and qualities to become one. I love his personality. He is a street player and in 2-3 years he can improve a lot in terms of tactics, fitness and mentality.”

I am very happy with Enciso. I like it very much. He is a street player and in 2-3 years he can improve a lot in terms of tactics, fitness and mentality.

Robert Zerbi

The £12m Brighton paid Libertad last summer – the most expensive sale in Paraguayan football history – already sounds like a ‘bargain’. Enciso does not stop fans among his colleagues: “You see him play and you think: ‘Wow.’ He’s fast, strong and sharp. His only problem is that he wants to do everything with the ball, everything. You yell at him to pass it to you and there’s no way.”. He just wants to impress, but we’re trying to educate him about this,” admits Adam Lallana.

You see him play and you think: “Wow.” It is fast, powerful and sharp. His only problem is that he wants to do everything with the ball, everything. You yell at him to pass it on to you and there is no way

Adam Lallana

Alexis McCallister It affects Encezo’s obsession with storing the ball: “I think about him a little bit. In South America, we’re used to a more individual style. He has great talent, and he would be a great player, but he has to be smarter when it comes to passing the ball. He needs to understand the game better.”

He has a lot of talent, and he would be a great player, but he has to be smarter when it comes to passing the ball

Alexis McCallister

Enciso, who scored twice in just 247 Premier League minutes for Brighton, is also critical of himself: “It was hard for me to adapt. Here you play so fast. They hardly give you time to think and they kick me a lot.”

He made his Primera debut with Chamot at the age of 15

Enciso’s reputation goes back a long way. And the Argentine Jose Antonio Chamot gave him a substitute On 17 March 2019, he became the youngest player (15 years, 1 month and 22 days) to debut for Libertad.: “I remember they said to the teacher ‘Put Enciso in’, and I entered.” And as if that weren’t enough, on November 25, 2020, He became the fourth oldest goalscorer (16 years, 10 months and 3 days) in the history of the Copa Libertadores.

In 2021 his final dedication arrives. He admits: “I became a champion with Libertad, scored many goals, played in the semi-finals of the Copa Sudamericana and managed to make my debut for the Paraguay national team.” Moreover, he was the youngest player to participate in the 2021 Copa America. All this with “Tacuara” Cardozo as the “Godfather”: “He is like my second father, he is always by my side, giving me advice.”

Tacuara’ Cardozo is like my second father, he is always by my side giving me advice

Julio Enchizo

Its origins are, yes, very humble. “His mother cleaned houses and his father was a traveling salesman. Libertad gave his father and mother work, plus a salary so they could come to Asuncion with their son,” Highlights Nelson Zaccaria, Libertad’s “Recruitment Agent”. Hence, with his first salary, he gave a house to his father and mother in his hometown: Caguazu.

With Libertad it wasn’t long before he excelled. “We brought him in when he was 13. He was fat and his mother told us it was because he liked tortillas so much.”Zakaria says. “At the age of 15 we played a tournament in Brazil against Boca, River, Gremio… There were five matches and I scored in all of them,” Enciso reviews.

In 2022, “Game Passed”. He went to Brighton as The player with the most goals and assists (14), the most shots (56) and the most dribbles (151) He starred in the Paraguayan league.

Little by little it starts to do the same…but in PM. “I came to Brighton with a great mind,” he warned after signing. Great words.



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