FM 2015 Player Profile – Gaston Gil Romero
written by Darren Smith
Gaston Gil Romero
Role: central midfielder / box to box midfielder / ball winning midfielder
Value: £2.4 million
Price tag: £6 million (in patch 15.3)
CA: 131 / PA: 155
Gaston Gil Romero profile in 2014 (after starting new game, patch 15.3)
Gaston Gil Romero profile aged 29 in the year 2022 (patch 15.1)
Gaston Gil Romero career history until 2022
This FM 2015 player profile of Gaston Gil Romero shows a midfielder with the potential to maestro any of the top clubs in Europe. Romero starts the game with good CA, well capable of walking into any mid-table top flight club and even provide rotation for the bigger boys. In my test save he developed insane mental attributes, especially defensive with positioning, concentration, composure, decisions and anticipation all hitting a minimum 17. Physically adept to get about the pitch Romero also gained excellent passing ability and could break up play too. Everywhere this lad went he left a mark, from Brazil to PSG then Napoli, tonnes of assists and amazing ratings followed.
You could ask Romero to sit in the middle and control the park, or break up play as a ball winning midfielder, even drive forward and cover defensively as a box to box midfielder. Brilliant bargain at just £6 million.
Update: Since the new patch Romero has suffered a rather large decrease in PA, meaning he will not hit the same level as in the screenshots above. Still a decent signing but not as good unfortunately.
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