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Postby Nrby » 2008 Dec 10, 08:39



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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Jan 10, 11:09

Credits to Mr_RVN....
got to see him in his Wigan debut. Needless to say I wasn't impressed. But I am impressed with the job RVN did. Really nailed this guy.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby Vandeach » 2009 May 27, 10:15

Does anyone think his speed could be higher? I mean in matches he looked really fast, as in extremely fast, particularly acceleration.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby deity86 » 2009 May 27, 13:37

I think there's a lot of keepers who might be a little harshly dealt with on the Acceleration issue. I think it's a key attribute in real life for a keeper as to how quickly he can make it out, not sure how much effect it would have in game. Would it make them noticeably quicker off of their line, not in an Aggression kind of way I mean just literally in the sense of physical speed, if they were rated higher?

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby avantsweater » 2009 May 31, 22:26

One strange thing about Kingson, his goalkicks don't get very much height. They have this really odd trajectory. The distance is medium-alright, but the height is so low.

Excellent shot stopper but can have problems defensively at times as the stats illustrate.

I got to see him play 3 times in person last month and he made some wonderful saves. Dodgy at times aerially though.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Jun 01, 11:04

These stats are very good, plays very realistically with these stats although speed-wise I'd actually say he's quicker than Reina, he is actually very very quick.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby vicecity » 2009 Jun 08, 08:36

Speed stats should be the same for a keeper as they would be for an outfield player. I mean if your fast, your fast, right?

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby Paddy » 2009 Jun 08, 20:18

No... They shouldn't be.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby vicecity » 2009 Jun 08, 21:38

Why not?

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby chanman » 2010 Jun 13, 16:54

I wouldn't say his TW is this poor, still not the best but better than a 68. I noticed in a few of his recent matches his communicates a little better than before. He deserves a least a 70/71.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby Paddy » 2010 Jun 13, 19:34

A few or one, he's barely played at Wigan. 3 games in 2 years.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby Rfuna » 2010 Jun 26, 21:19

considered the best keeper in africa by many. maybe stats should be tweaked some to reflect NT form since he doesn't play much club football. ANd BB @ 88 :? He's no more than an 85

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby CDDRodrigo » 2010 Jun 26, 21:25

Very secure going out of corners. I just don't know which stats reflect that.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby Fiddy » 2010 Jun 26, 21:25

yup he is by far better than that, at least he is showing it in the NT.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby avantsweater » 2010 Jun 27, 02:41

He punches like 75% of corners and has problems with crosses, saving shots he is ok but tends to drop things though.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby Fiddy » 2010 Jun 27, 10:04

yeah, but he is doing well so far no ? and with those stats, in the game he is fuckin' bad, i personally play with Ghana sometimes, and he never...NEVER stops any shot, when i play against a friend(who usually takes U.S.A.) i concede easly 3-4 goals, long range shots with particulary any player...to make it brief: he is damn bad in game.
he needs some tweak, he ain't that bad, after all he is the most capped player in Ghana ;)

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby MarcusAurelio » 2010 Jun 27, 10:24

To start us off, I'd say his Shot Power looks better than this.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby zguc » 2010 Jun 27, 10:53

Looking at the game last night, his jump should be a little higher.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby avantsweater » 2010 Jun 27, 20:41

His shot power is bad. He usually doesn't it make it much farther than the halfway line with goalkicks, they have a low trajectory too usually.

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Re: Richard KINGSON

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2010 Jun 29, 23:57

Kingson have good reflexes bad a really poor handing.

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