I am afraid jmg721 you over estimate my powers of google research XD, I also have a rather poor knowledge of historical/classic Asian players, even the famous Cha Boom Kun does not have a wealth of source of material.
I also hope people give a bit of breathing room to ä¼¯çº³ä¹Œçš„7å· due to his limited English skills, he clearly is trying his best -- but I understand some of the frustration that might come up when little can be communicated either way. Hopefully patience and a bit of a wide berth in understanding some terms can keep the peace.
Anyways onto the player, wikipedia mentions that he was likened to an Alex James of the East. So ä¼¯çº³ä¹Œçš„7å· was LI HUITANG really a goal getting striker (CF) or acutally an old fashioned inside forward who was more a playmaker of the age (clearly not Zico but a more unrefined 20's version?). Do you by any chance know his goal tallies during his career as they may serve as an indicator whether LI HUITANG was really such a competent poacher.
Alright I followed one of the links to this Portuguese page
, please a native Portuguese user if you have the time skim through as googletranslate gave me garbage.
But I think I learned that he was Left footed and as a youngster his family was too poor to purchase a football so he played with oranges (seen Maradona do that too
). After his debut at 18 for China, later that same year he played against Japan and had a five minute hat-trick I think, after which he was labeled 'King of Football' in Hong Kong. Apparently he was part of a team that was unbeaten for 9 years?? (I think) and participated in China's first ever win on foreign soil. Again a native Portoguese reader would verify this and possibly get more information from there.
Alright following links in Chinese and google cannot make sense of it, thus I cannot either.
Man all those Chinese websites messed up my computer pretty bad, my browser kept crashing on me, damn virus penetration. Strange though that I have no such problems when I view all those porn sites from China. XD
And ä¼¯çº³ä¹Œçš„7å· is there prehaps a simplified Roman text name that we can all refer to you by? As I ran your name through google translate and it came out 'Ask a favor to shake the rainwater to exit îˆœæ®‘7é™' and I am to damn lazy to type that out every time I want to mention you. XD
But getting back to the stats outright with very little knowledge of Li Hui'tang (alternate spelling Lee Wai Tong) I would state that Injury Tolerance A
make him really a Pele Superhuman in the 1920's and really recommend a B
for Injury (average/standard) and maybe a 6 for Conditioning, unless there are some texts/sources with his game record or something to that effect that we might theorize that indeed he was nearly indestructable. Also I do not know the level of professionalism/Athletiscm back then in China, as the Portuguese page referred him playing for a University team, I do not know what club he may have played for.
Also the overall shape of the player, being a poacher I think should be re-thought after that reference to him being the Alex James of the far East, as we have James' stats and he was more of a creative forward and not a goal scoring forward.
Yes like Brezza stated making such 'ancient' players is a risky buisness due to the lack of exactness we can get with their stats often going on written accounts and sort of comparing them to modern players that emulate their styles. For players from so long ago it really is more of painting with really broad brush strokes and hoping that you highlight their main features. But really as Brondbylove stated about his Danish creations no set of stats are 100% accurte as there are always those with different views even on modern players that a million people may have watched, you might get 100,000 different interpertations, so the task with classics is even more difficult, and more for fun time in PES than serious buisness
But does not mean willy nilly values all over the place either
I will try to find some more sources , and get thos Chinese pages translated by the weekend, but I sort of doubt I am might stumble on a wealth of new information that a native Chinese person may have missed.