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M'Baye Niang

Postby PES Stats Database » 2011 Jul 07, 17:53

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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby blaugrana » 2012 Dec 13, 22:18

Had some nice moments vs Reggina and a goal. He showed good DA and nice technical skills. He reminds me of Balotelli.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby 7oodam » 2012 Dec 13, 22:40

His attitude is quite shit though, tried to dribble past 3 players every time he got the ball when he had better options, and also he looked like he was playing CMF :lol: , decent player but he does not really excel in any particular aspect of the game.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby midnight » 2012 Dec 14, 08:27

what did you expect from a 18 year old ?
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby 7oodam » 2012 Dec 14, 10:33

Well, I expected that he would pass the ball at least once, not try to do everything himself, I know he's young and naive, but I've seen other 18 year olds not being so selfish.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby Roy » 2012 Dec 14, 10:37

7oodam wrote:Well, I expected that he would pass the ball at least once, not try to do everything himself, I know he's young and naive, but I've seen other 18 year olds not being so selfish.


it's the modern youngsters, most of this age play like this
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby Adrien » 2012 Dec 14, 10:49

Yeah he has a pretty bad behaviour. Caen give him the chance to play at a good level and he left them just because they were relegated, and he's only 17 years old. He's like a lot of modern young players: selfish and only have interrest by money.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby 7oodam » 2012 Dec 14, 11:21

I'm not sure if he left because they got relegated you know, everybody would have done the same tbf.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby VUKDS » 2012 Dec 14, 13:20

He was also helping his defence a lot of times yesterday...
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby Adrien » 2012 Dec 14, 17:19

7oodam wrote:I'm not sure if he left because they got relegated you know, everybody would have done the same tbf.


No he's very arrogant.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby Milanista » 2012 Dec 14, 18:49

When Milan come knocking at your door would you really stay in Ligue II or join a world football heavyweight?
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby 7oodam » 2012 Dec 14, 19:53

To be fair, he has a point, no-one would have stayed unless he's like Totti or Maldini or Del Piero, just look at Juve when they got relegated, a shitload of players left them, only the really loyal ones stayed, and they were on the verge of a transfer too like Buffon.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby Adrien » 2012 Dec 14, 20:43

Yeah but it's different, Mbaye Niang is very young. It's useless to left is former club at this age, he will never play at Milan and if he's make great performance with his former club he will have much more offer. He just don't care of who help him to became what he is.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby 7oodam » 2012 Dec 14, 20:48

I know what you mean, and I'm pretty sure he's cocky and ungrateful, but I'm just pointing out that most players would have done the same.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby MrEskola » 2012 Dec 14, 21:40

Still, I liked his performance aside from his selfishness. He actually tried to pass it to his teammates a couple of times, but I guess I can't talk about that, his attitude is what bothers you guys. Just give him time and he'll develop and learn through experience. He has a brilliant physique, powerful, direct passer. Just let him play, he has some will and talent to play, at least he's not as wasteful as Robinho, so at least it just can't get any worse than this. Who else you would put onto the right wing? Emanuelson? Bojan? Robinho? None of them have been especially impressive, aside from Bojan's few good displays at trequartista when he was given a chance there.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby Adrien » 2012 Dec 14, 22:06

7oodam wrote:I know what you mean, and I'm pretty sure he's cocky and ungrateful, but I'm just pointing out that most players would have done the same.


yeah I know but it's the fact that all modern players don't justify it. You can't call evil as a good thing by saying that everybody do it.

But it was a good opportunity for him too, a big club like Milan in difficulties so who need low cost player and Niang (if and only if he work) can be a very good player in the future. He will just have 18 years old... and already two season back him.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby MrEskola » 2012 Dec 14, 22:18

He can have a great future at Milan, if he's developed the right way. It requires a good coach who has some authority and patience, so Allegri may not be the right coach for him. If we get Guardiola, his future could seem more brighter, but we shall see how he'll do if Allegri starts playing him more. I hope he's in the line-up against Pescara on Sunday.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby MrEskola » 2013 Jan 10, 04:42

I can say his DEF is a lot better than 35 and probably his DEF awareness should be 2.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby 7oodam » 2013 Jan 10, 12:34

Why because of one tackle on Matri who's an awful dribbler? I don't think so, he's a good player and he's got talent but he needs to grow up because he sometimes just looks like an absolute retard on the pitch, seriously.
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby čale » 2013 Jan 10, 14:00

he sometimes just looks like an absolute retard on the pitch, seriously.


^THIS!

just by looking at how he wastes chances you can see from a plane that he's a teenager and not yet ready for important games as his decision making is often very poor. and also, i noted that he's quite slow on the ball, it's not like he doesn't know how to dribble but it seems like he intentionally opts for a lower paced dribble...
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Re: M'Baye Niang

Postby MrEskola » 2013 Jan 10, 14:06

Alright, but Matri surely wasn't the only one he tackled. It's just the lack of experience, if he would get more time on the pitch, the other day he can do a lot better decisions in the attacking third. Or that's what I hope... maybe he should be loaned to Serie B. He surely was better than Boateng, who was frustating and useless shit this season until he was finally given a chance at CM.

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