Albert FERRER | 1992-1998

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Albert FERRER | 1992-1998

Postby as_10 » 2008 Dec 12, 00:41

Name: Albert Ferrer LLopis "TXAPI FERRER"

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Club: F.C.Barcelona
Number: 2
Position: SB*, WB
Nationality: Spanish _esp
Age: 22-27 (06/06/1970)

Foot: R
Side: B

Length: 170
Weight: 65

Attack: 72
Defence: 78
Balance: 78
Stamina: 91
Top Speed: 84
Acceleration: 84
Response: 82
Agility: 84
Dribble Accuracy: 79
Dribble Speed: 82
Short Pass Accuracy: 78
Short Pass Speed: 78
Long Pass Acc.: 82
Long Pass Speed: 82
Shot Accuracy: 65
Shot Power: 83
Shot Technique: 66
Free Kick Accuracy: 65
Curling: 75
Header: 79
Jump: 87
Technique: 78
Aggression: 77
Mentality: 84
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 86

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 7
Weak Foot Accuracy: 5
Weak Foot frequency: 5

PLAYER INDEX CARDS:
S07 - Man Marking

SPECIAL ABILITIES:
*Marking
*Side(in his last years)


A pacy and tough-tackling right back, "Chapi" began his career with FC Barcelona B. He then went on loan to CD Tenerife. He returned to FC Barcelona in 1990 and became the club's first-choice right-back for the next eight years, going on to represent Barca over 300 times. Ferrer was a key member of the famous Dream Team, and during his time at Barcelona, the club won five League championships, a European Cup, a Cup Winners' Cup, two Copas del Rey, four Supercopas de España and two European Super Cups.

Ferrer moved to Chelsea in June 1998 for £2.2 million and quickly established himself in the side, helping the club qualify for its first ever Champions League campaign in his first season. Chelsea won the FA Cup the following year (but he missed the final through injury) and reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League. During that run he played in 14 of the club's 16 games in that competition and scored his only goal for Chelsea in a 2-0 win against Hertha Berlin.

A combination of injuries and manager Gianluca Vialli's squad rotation policy reduced Ferrer's opportunities in the following season and he made only 14 league appearances. The club reached another FA Cup final in 2002 (which he again missed, though this time through not being selected). Out of favour and facing strong competition from younger defenders at the club, Ferrer made just seven league appearances in his final two years at Chelsea and left in May 2003 upon the expiry of his contract. In total, he played 113 games for Chelsea.

Ferrer was also a Spanish international and won 36 caps. He was an ever-present in the side at USA '94 as Spain reached the quarter-finals but missed Euro '96 through injury. His only game at the 1998 world cup was the shock 3-2 defeat to Nigeria, which saw Spain crash out in the group stages. He was also a part of Spain's gold medal winning football team at the 1992 Olympic Games.

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1991/92

Postby Phil » 2009 Mar 20, 14:24

Why does it come onto here when i click on Luis Figo ????? :?

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1991/92

Postby as_10 » 2009 Mar 20, 22:47

phil-g2006 wrote:Why does it come onto here when i click on Luis Figo ????? :?

because the link might be wrong :P

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1991/92

Postby as_10 » 2009 Dec 31, 14:57

*Reaction shoud definetely be removed, same goes for Albert Ferrer. Playing with the classic 3-4-3 they were no way that much aggressive and barely attempted to get close to the box, at the most run the wing to put a cross from near the corner of the area. Also they tried to stay near the middle, because it was only a three man defence.

Same explanation as Sergi, they played similar ways.

This time though I'd reduce his aggression a couple or three points.

And his era could be expanded to 1990-1994 or 1991-1994, your choice. :D

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1992-1998

Postby p1rha » 2010 Jan 23, 20:20

Txapi?! I though it was Chapi... is it cataluninan?

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1992-1998

Postby Plava Čigra » 2010 Jan 23, 21:13

Didn't he had *Marking?

I mean in my updated OF he has *Reaction, *Side, *Marking... You said you've removed *Reaction and *Side, but you haven't mentioned *Marking...

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1992-1998

Postby Xyder » 2010 Jan 24, 04:21

p1rha wrote:Txapi?! I though it was Chapi... is it cataluninan?


Yes, it's catalonian, here we use the spanish sound "CH" as "TX", for example:

In spanish, you'll scribe: Hristo Stoichkov
but in catalonian, you'll scribe: Hristo Stoitxkov, or for example Txevtxenko for Shevchenko :lol:
But it's true that you can scribe it like you preefer.

Plava Čigra wrote:Didn't he had *Marking?

I mean in my updated OF he has *Reaction, *Side, *Marking... You said you've removed *Reaction and *Side, but you haven't mentioned *Marking...


About Txapi, I will go with one point more on Balance, Acceleration and Dribble Speed (they're fasts and strongs like panthers), his main function it's cover Ronald Koeman, 'cause he was so slow and he need two players that covers his slow reactions to the forwards runs. So for me *Marking should keep, him and Sergi were the real marking boys of Barça defence and Koeman is who orchestrate the attack with his great manage of the ball (the kind of defenders who Guardiola love nowadays), 'cause the people was so hard with Koeman for his lack of speed in his first year (like Chygrynsky nowadays, you'll see, the history repeats always the same mistakes).
As as_10 said for Sergi, if you've got the Barça years with 4 defenders (after Cruyff in the bench) he really deserves *Side, if we count Cruyff era, *Side isn't necessary, so I really go for keep *Marking and put *Side as optional, the same chase I will apply to Sergi ;)

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1992-1998

Postby as_10 » 2010 Jan 24, 15:30

Plava Čigra wrote:Didn't he had *Marking?

I mean in my updated OF he has *Reaction, *Side, *Marking... You said you've removed *Reaction and *Side, but you haven't mentioned *Marking...

Ups, my fault here, I deleted all stars and didn't remember he had marking too. :D

I've updated him with the star and recent suggestions.

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1992-1998

Postby JuLiTo » 2010 Dec 11, 02:34

Mythical "The Chapi Ferrer", one of my idols in his time :lol: :mrgreen:

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1992-1998

Postby aimar16 » 2013 Feb 16, 17:55

Would be nice if someone could revamp his stats, i need him fro my Chelsea team.

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1992-1998

Postby jurgens » 2013 Feb 16, 17:58

I worked out a little for him, his technical stats are all pretty over-rated, but hes pretty fast and good defensivly.

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1992-1998

Postby aimar16 » 2013 Feb 16, 18:05

If you made notes (or even an experimental set) for him post them, please :)

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Re: Albert FERRER | 1992-1998

Postby jurgens » 2013 Aug 10, 16:08

Damn.. I didn't see this. I didn't have a set made, just observations written down in a dummy player.. but I have no idea anymore.. its been too long.

they were

ts 84
acc 82
resp 81
spa 73
sps 73
tech 80

thats all I got, useless really. I gave him really low da/ds aswel, can't remeber if this was a suggestion, or just the base of another set... I think the low DA was intentional, but not as low as I said it (68) :lol:

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