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Auth. n.197 by the Court of Milan on 25th June 2015
Offensive. When he played as left back for Montpellier, Bensebaini tended to sit deep, as he moved forward almost just for free kicks and corners in order to take advantage of his timing and his height. When Ramy’s coach played him as a centre-back, he learnt to ration his offensive raids, also because of his poor score (four goals in two and a half seasons)
Defensive. He is a versatile player, able to meet expectations on him, whatever his position in the pitch over the years. He stood out for his ability to read the game, calmness, timing in man-marking and a nice left foot, as well as showing quality in building-up the play and heading duels. Recently Bensebaini played as central midfielder, but he still seems to give his best as a centre-back, also due to his lack of sprint in short spaces. For this reason the Algerian-born defender’s way of playing is based on tight man-marking and anticipation. Maybe due to his attitude Bensebaini received too many yellow cards, although he is clean in tackling. Ramy can also make a good use of his weaker foot, probably a legacy of his long and barefoot training sessions on Algiers’ beach.
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