Cesar CUETO | 1975-1982

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Cesar CUETO | 1975-1982

Postby electric_trigger » 2009 May 09, 12:37

Name: César Augusto Cueto Villa

Nickname: *el Poeta de la Zurda* (*the Poet with the Golden Left Foot*)

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Clubs: Alianza Lima (1975/1978) & Atlético Nacional (1979/1983)
Number: 8
Position: *AMF, CMF
Nationality: Peruvian _per
Age: 23-30 (06/06/1952)
Era: 1975/1982

Foot: L
Side: B

Height: 171 cm
Weight: 70 kg

Attack: 82
Defence: 52
Balance: 80
Stamina: 82
Top Speed: 82
Acceleration: 84
Response: 83
Agility: 95
Dribble Accuracy: 92
Dribble Speed: 82
Short Pass Accuracy: 94
Short Pass Speed: 86
Long Pass Accuracy: 96
Long Pass Speed: 86
Shot Accuracy: 77
Shot Power: 82
Shot Technique: 83
Free Kick Accuracy: 87
Curling: 86
Header: 78
Jump: 80
Technique: 95
Aggression: 86
Mentality/Tenacity: 82
Goalkeeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 88

Injury Tolerance: B
Form/Condition/Fitness: 7
Weak Foot Accuracy: 6
Weak Foot Frequency: 6
Consistency: 7
Growth type: Early/Lasting

CARDS:
P05: Trickster
P07: Mazing Run
P08: Pinpoint Pass
P09: Early Cross
P20: Talisman
S02: Passer
S05: 1-Touch Play
S06: Outside Curve
S14: Quick Turn
S18: Cross Over Turn
S20: Scooping

SPECIAL ABILITIES:
*Dribbling
*Tactical Dribble
*Playmaking
*Passing
*1-Touch Pass
*Outside

Attack/Defence Awareness Card: Attack Minded


INFO:

Cesar Augusto Cueto Villa (born 6 June 1952 in Lima) is a Peruvian former football midfielder who played 51 times for the Peru national team between 1972 and 1987 and was part of the squad that won the Copa America 1975. He also competed for Peru at the 1978 and 1982 FIFA World Cup.

Biography
Nicknamed "The Poet of the Golden Left Foot" is one of the most revered footballers in the history of club Alianza Lima and Peruvian football. Also is considered Atlético Nacional's most renowned player and was Carlos Valderrama's favorite player and initial inspiration.

Club career
He started his professional career with local club Alianza Lima in 1969, and between 1973 and 1974 he was on loan with the teams José Gálvez and Deportivo Municipal. After Cueto's return to Alianza Lima in 1975, the club won the league titles of 1975, 1977, and 1978.

In 1979, he moved to Colombia to play for Atlético Nacional, where he became the team captain, and won the national title in 1981 with great performance. The press means praised their quality and he was elected "Mustang Cup best player on the Year": 1980, 1981. He signed with América de Cali in 1984, winning another league title that year with the club. also like captain and leader.

After an injury in 1985, he retired from the national teal but returned to play for Alianza after the 1987 air disaster; another injury struck him in 1988, forcing him away from playing. He played irregularly until his definite retirement in 1991.

International career
Also a member of the Peru national team, he earned 51 caps and scored 6 goals for Peru. He was part of the Peru squad that won the Copa America 1975 and represented it in the World Cups of 1978 scoring in the opening match against Scotland and 1982.

Cueto was part of the Peru team which it eliminated Colombia and Uruguay in the World Cup Qualifiers in 1981. Peru won in the South American qualifying group B. In 1982, the Peruvian National team then went on to a tour of North American and Europe. After losing to "New York Cosmos", it went on to defeat Inter Milan and both the Hungary and France national teams. Cueto is best remembered for his great performance in the match against France of Platini on 28 April 1982 in París, which the France press acclaimed Peru national team as "one of the best teams in the world". Coming into the 1982 FIFA World Cup, there were high expectations for Peru as a dark horse favorite to win the cup with a team that included such notable players as Julio Cesar Uribe, Velasquez, Cubillas and Cueto. With 2 loss and 1 defeat, Peru finished at the bottom of their group went out in the first round. Cueto himself had a disappointing tournament, Peru failed to advance to the next round, despite having an excellent team.

Yet, none forget his great appearance in the World Cup qualifying match against the Argentina of Maradona in the city of Buenos Aires in 1985, where his skills left 4 opponents looking down on him and the magic pass to Geronimo Barbadillo for the 2-1 lead before the final tragic tie.


VIDEOS:

The Amazing Cesar Cueto!



ADDITIONAL LINKS:

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

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%C3%A9sar_Cueto#Clubes

http://www.fifa.com/worldfootball/stati ... index.html

http://srb.worldfootball.net/spieler_pr ... sar-cueto/

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Re: Cesar CUETO |1974-1982

Postby Classical » 2009 Jun 19, 14:15

Nice work here, I'm impressed!

I can't see the video but I've searched on youtube and he is amazing!! I point out the fact that every team member tries to pass him the ball, they trust in him and, this is interesting, try almost all the times 1-touch pass while he grabs the ball a little more extra time.

From this perception, what do you think in lowering about 2 points in passing but, at the same time, increase some points the team work as he was clearly the "lighthouse" of his team.

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Re: Cesar CUETO |1974-1982

Postby electric_trigger » 2009 Jun 20, 12:36

most surprising player I've come across apart from Chalana and Magico whom I'd never heard of :D updated as per suggestions

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Re: Cesar CUETO |1974-1982

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2009 Aug 16, 02:01

His passing skill are WAY to better than that......

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Re: Cesar CUETO |1974-1982

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2009 Oct 10, 16:24

DA: 90
SPA: 95
TW: 97

Updated him. ;)

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Re: Cesar CUETO |1974-1982

Postby Il Codino » 2009 Oct 10, 16:35

Cueto was able to play in the right side of midfield, so I propose "Side: B"

Peruvian National Team midfield in 70's:

---10. Cubillas----------------
----------------8. Cueto-----
------5. Velazquez-----------

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Re: Cesar CUETO | 1974-1982

Postby electric_trigger » 2009 Nov 28, 14:29

my favourite player on PES - this guys rocks! General facelift of fonts, attack up 82 > 84 passing speeds upped slightly by +2, changed pic. ;)

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Re: Cesar CUETO | 1974-1982

Postby elalva_M8 » 2010 Jan 23, 02:14

i think his teamwork should be at least in red area. like classical said, he was the lighthouse of peru in his era and the conductor of it, kind of like Xavi in Barcelona right now.

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Re: Cesar CUETO | 1975-1982

Postby Plava Čigra » 2010 Jan 23, 12:37

Updated to fit new format (added Cards, Additional Links...).

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Changes...

Side: L>B - I've updated this, although with Side: L, when he is played as AMF or CMF on right side, it doesn't affect his skills. It's mostly there because he moved a lot and he could be found on both sides (Il Codino already said that).

Condition: 6>7 - He played over 40 games per season, as far as I know.

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A few questions...

1. I saw that he first liked to dribble and lose his markers, and then send a long or short pass. With this high TW I assume he'll try to pass as soon as he gets the ball. Don't get me wrong, I'm sure he deserves at least 93-94 for his TW (if not 95-96), but with such high TW he won't play realistically. I hope all people on PSD agree that we are trying to make players as real as we possibly can. Because of that I think we need some experienced member who is willing to test him with higher and lower TW. Any volunteers?

2. Does he deserves red numbers for his LPA? I know he deserves orange numbers but LPA: 96... I've watched some of Peru's games with Cueto, but it was more then a year ago, and I really can't remember was he worthy of LPA: 96...

Also, his SPA look a bit high... Do you think that with *Passing/S02: Passer he would be ok with SPA: 92?

3. Is he worthy of DA: 95? I mean, he really was great dribbler, no doubt about it, but 95 seem a bit too high for me... I personally think he deserves orange area for his DA, but then again I might reconsider that, if people persuade me that he deserves DA: 95.

4. Do you think Cards I've assigned him suit his style of play?

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Re: Cesar CUETO | 1975-1982

Postby elalva_M8 » 2010 Jan 27, 04:22

1. with the dribbling star and the trickster card im sure that he would keep the ball a little bit longer like he does in real life, plus this guy's understanding of the game and his teammates seriously make him deserve his high TW, if not more like I suggested earlier.

2. if there's one thing Cueto's extremely famous for is his extremely accurate long passes. there's a frase in spanish, "la puso como con la mano" (he passed it like with his hands) that pretty much describes his passes. I think 96 fits him perfectly, although I wouldn't diagree with a 94-95.

3. YES. no doubt about it. he kept the ball glued to his feet in a Messi/Maradona kind of way. some football peruvian experts once compared his dribbling to "El 10", claiming that they both kept the ball so close to their feet and both were extremely accurate dribblers.

4. Yes, i think those cards pretty much represnt his play.

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Re: Cesar CUETO | 1975-1982

Postby Plava Čigra » 2010 Jan 27, 12:10

1. Have you tested him with TW: 93-96 (off course, AI vs AI test)?

I have tested him with TW: 96, 95 and 93, and he almost never dribbles. He just gets the ball and passes. I'm no expert on Cueto, but I do know that he was great dribbler, and that, in some situations, he preferred to dribble, escape from his markers and then pass the ball. When you assign him such value >90, he almost never dribbles. Like he don't know how to do it :/.

And if you think that I'm trying to underrate him or something, check the discussion in Pele's thread. You can only blame Konami for making Team Work to function in such weird way.

Apparently Konami made high TW values function only with pure passers/playmakers, but not with players that combine passing/playmaking with dribbling (that's why Maradona has only TW: 80).

2. Yes, but have you watched complete games of Cueto? I have, and he was human, and although he was magnificent long passer, he did make mistakes when passing. I'm not saying he doesn't deserve LPA: 96 (I really can't remember how many mistakes he made in those games I've watched, I wish I watched it more carefully), I'm just saying that since there are games of Peru (from that Era) to be found, why wouldn't we choose to believe our own eyes? And have you try to compare him to any other great long passer that you watched? For example, how do you compare him to players like Deyna (LPA: 91), Zico (LPA: 92), Didi (LPA: 93), Maradona (LPA: 93), Platini (LPA: 97) (or any other great long passer you're familiar with)?

3. Again, if you've watched his games, I want to hear your opinion about his DA (because I found almost every text, there is on the internet, about him). If we can see it for ourselves, we shouldn't rely too much on the texts (although we must rely on them, when we don't have videos).


P.S. You've actually never stated that you've watched his games, so I'm assuming that you write your comments based on his highlight videos and texts.

If you have watched full games of Cueto, you should mention that, because it means much more then text sources. ;)

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Re: Cesar CUETO | 1975-1982

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2010 Mar 06, 04:14

I like your post. Maybe he don't deserve 95 for DA I have ir on 88 on mi OF. Because he can dribble well and close to his feet but never show a World Class dribble.

About 96 on LPA I'm very sure that he deserves it, his air passes where great, maybe at 95, because I think that his short passes are better than his long passes.

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Re: Cesar CUETO | 1975-1982

Postby Classical » 2010 Mar 06, 09:48

I like the way he behaves in PES.

Of course we have the TW issue (as ever nowadays), but it is not a thing that pops straight up to my atention, since I'm usually playing instead of watching the AI playing.

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Re: Cesar CUETO | 1975-1982

Postby elalva_M8 » 2010 Mar 13, 21:29

ok. i just read the Cruyff post and i think he should have an 85-86 in TW. like in the thread, he just passes too much with that teamwork, hes not like Xavi, he likes to dribble past people before passing the ball

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Re: Cesar CUETO | 1975-1982

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2010 Mar 14, 01:49

I thin he can be like that:

DA: 90-92

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Re: Cesar CUETO | 1975-1982

Postby Plava Čigra » 2010 May 20, 16:47

While I was away somebody updated his thread with most of the suggested changes (I assume it was Brezza). Changes:

Attack: 84<82,
Dribble Accuracy: 95<92,
Team Work: 94<88.

Thanks for the update, although I still think TW needs to be tested (except if Brezza tested TW before updating ;) ).

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Re: Cesar CUETO | 1975-1982

Postby nianka97 » 2012 Jun 10, 02:46

is someone updating this AMAZING player? :) :)

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