Franz Beckenbauer | 1972-1976

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Franz Beckenbauer | 1972-1976

Postby psiqueus » 2008 Dec 11, 00:05

Nickname: Der Kaiser ("The Emperor", "The Caesar")

Club: FC Bayern Munich



Growth type: Standard/Lasting

INFO:

Defence: (the great libero, best defensive player ever)
Speed: (fast, like always) (pretty good acceleration)
Response: (the smartness made player)
Dribble Accuracy: (elegant control of the ball)
Dribble Speed: (fast footed when he wanted too)

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"Franz Beckenbauer symbolises football, highlights and a winning mentality. On top of that, he brought the World Cup to his own country. We're proud of him."
Boris Becker, German tennis great.

"He's a great mate. As a player, he was marked out by intelligence rather than strength. He was more Brazilian than German as a footballer."
Pele, iconic Brazilian and Beckenbauer's team-mate at the New York Cosmos.

"The message he sent out was: 'Don't even try it. Coming out to face me is a waste of your time.'"
Sir Bobby Charlton

"When I played football, I was always a forward for reasons of conviction and passion. Best of all, centre forward - surging towards the goal. Being a defender, centre-half, or even a sweeper was not for me. Others were more talented and more suited to that. That applied to one person in particular. I mean Franz Beckenbauer. As a footballer, he was blessed with so much talent and ability, that he embodies the perfect sweeper to this very day. Franz Beckenbauer was an exceptional player, who made his mark on football during the time that he played. He has shaped this sport, the language and rules of which are understood throughout the world, and interpreted it in a new way. He has given the "Number 5" a new dimension and from the classic sweeper has created the playing sweeper, who intervenes proactively in the offensive game of his team. Franz Beckenbauer was without doubt a reformer as regards football, if you like. I am certain, that without him, we could hardly have brought the 2006 FIFA World Cup to Germany. He was world champion in 1974 as a player, in 1990 he was world champion as team manager and in 2006 the chief organiser of the World Cup."
Former German chancellor Gerhard Schroder

"He's the hero of our nation. It hasn't happened by chance, he's earned it by hard work."
Gunter Netzer, former Germany international and team-mate

"Simplicity is the secret of his success. This man, with so much ability and an extraordinary career path, is the same lad he always was. Plenty of them go off the rails, but not him."
Dettmar Cramer, former coach

"He's one of the all-time greats alongside Alfredo di Stefano or Pele."
Sepp Herberger, German FIFA World Cup winning coach in 1954

"A truly impressive person. If you don't like him, there's something wrong with you."
Michel Platini, UEFA President

"He's a gentleman, a perfect Englishman. Unfortunately, he's not English."
Kevin Keegan, former England international and team-mate in Hamburg


VIDEOS:



http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6219845713854841930


ADDITIONAL LINKS:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franz_Beckenbauer

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franz_Beckenbauer

http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=232235

http://www.ifhof.com/hof/beckenbauer.asp

http://www.planetworldcup.com/LEGENDS/beckbaur.html

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1974-1975

Postby Luisao82 » 2009 Oct 08, 13:46

a.k.a. Superman :shock:

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1974-1975

Postby zingo » 2009 Nov 24, 18:37


he can take freekicks ;)

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1974-1975

Postby Il Codino » 2009 Nov 24, 19:32

The same free kick from another point of view:



He uses the outside of his right foot to take the free kick :shock:

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1974-1975

Postby Fevernova » 2009 Nov 24, 19:40

Luisao82 wrote:a.k.a. Superman :shock:


What´s ur point? U think he´s overrated?

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby Plava Čigra » 2010 Feb 10, 18:54

He was already partially updated to fit new format.

Added Additional Links, more Videos, Growth type, Attack/Defence Awareness Card and extended Era from 1974-1975 to 1972-1976. ;)

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby Phil » 2010 Feb 11, 22:05

Shouldn't he have box to box ? Or is box to box only for players charging up and down the pitch hounding players ? Which Beckenbaeur wasn't.

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby zguc » 2010 Mar 23, 12:51

Versatile, strong on the ball. Ease of performance, safety, peace. High setting, the perfect view. Head up the vertical. He played so easy, so geometric. It was a fairy from the seventh heaven. Kaiser Franz.

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby andymufc » 2010 Mar 29, 15:57

Maybe his mentality should be a bit higher he captained the German national team with his arm in a sling against England and could still control the tempo of the game with great passing and teamwork for the full 90mins without the use of his arm.

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby andymufc » 2010 Mar 31, 22:32

I'm glad to see mentality higher but mentality doesn't mean he is going to chase everything down it just means he will cope with playing under pressure easier and be able to play keep his mementum through out the game longer its more mental fitness rather than stamina you'll find out if you play PES

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby Plava Čigra » 2010 May 14, 15:01

Lowered SA - 83<82,
Lowered SP - 93<91.

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby zguc » 2010 May 15, 10:43

Why is his mentality so lower?

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby Jez » 2010 May 15, 11:16

85's hardly low! What value were you thinking?

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby zguc » 2010 May 15, 11:19

Certainly should be in orange, about 92/93

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby Nrby » 2010 May 15, 11:23

Mentality/Aggression values have to remain close considering the Attack/Defense ratio so that he comes occasionally into attack ... if you go to far with mentality he will stay permanently in defense ... don't take mentality to literally in this case

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby zguc » 2010 May 15, 11:24

these rules again ..

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby Nrby » 2010 May 15, 11:33

mate we here have read a lot about stats some of us also test a lot ... there are hundreds of pages on evoweb where users like PLF, Del Perio, Red_Phoenix and others have set the basis of stats editing ... so we edit by these rules ... and some others we have observed ... of course Beckenbaure's mentality as a human can't be denied ... but these are stats that are just variables with some names that have certain effects ... it's about getting the variables right so that the effect is right in-game ... and some times the result seems strange when you see the numbers but that's how it is

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby zguc » 2010 May 15, 11:37

I know. I understand everything, it is unrealistic, but good. ;)

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby hsnandra » 2010 Sep 11, 12:09

Shouldn't he have P10: Box to Box aswell?

Having viewed the videos of him I would have assumed that he should have box-to-box given that he did cover the whole pitch in most games. He was a lot like Di Stefano in the sense that he would join in with attacks frequently and would come back and help his defence when required. As he did play DM and CMF it would be fair to give him this card.

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby cristian_kapo » 2010 Dec 17, 18:32

Top Speed : 86
Aceleration : 88
Technique : 99

Watch this video :D http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXlx-aWyR1U&feature=fvst

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Re: Franz BECKENBAUER | 1972-1976

Postby CDDRodrigo » 2010 Dec 18, 11:04

cristian_kapo wrote:Top Speed : 86
Aceleration : 88
Technique : 99

Watch this video :D http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXlx-aWyR1U&feature=fvst


Okay, so he's as fast as most modern wingers and is the ABSOLUTE BEST of all times on trapping the ball?

C'mon, gimmie a break.

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