Gave him a slight overhaul.
Stamina drop one point, he was pretty active back in these days. Maybe it's only the handful of matches I watched to review, but he looked very fresh towards the end despite running quite a lot. Probably can come down further, but I'm hesitant to do it based on just "isn't that too high?". Raised SPA to 94. Also increase sps by two. Ronaldinho never failed to make deep passes when they presented themselves, and was never a player who'd fail at a pass due to lack of power in diffult circumstance. There was really little or no change in his passing speeds from his time in AC milan. Speed needs to come down, I'd say 87 is a fine value, possibly a point lower.
jurgens wrote:Yeah I fully agree, but can we decide on a value? Personally I find 94, even 95 fine. But I suppose most would want 93. Decide on a final value and I'll update it asap.
You decided by yourself and increased his sps from 87 to 89 while nobody has suggested any changes in this skill. Why(despite if he deserves it)?
No. I asked bssm to decide on a value, he did, and considring myself mr.evans gugu and bssm have all agreed upon 94 I've updated it. And iirc, Brezza also agreed to a 94 for DInho, one above Zidane, in Zidanes thread.
Why(despite if he deserves it)?
I've updated it because it's a necessary change. It takes too long to get anything done around here waiting for discussion. If I'm sure on a value, I'll update it. I have the ability to do this, because I am trusted to do a goodjob and if I do a bad job, I'm fully open to revert any changes I make. It's a lot quicker to get things done, and if people have problems, bring them up afterwards.
Something that needs to be addressed is his WFA/WFF, which was carefully analysed during his milan days by zuo and changed. His accuracy was always good when he used it, probably not a 7 though. And his frequency was not a 6. I'd propose changing to the wfa/wff stats from his Milan era.
edit: Stay on topic please. All off topic posts will be deleted.
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