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Georgios Samaras

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 13, 16:39

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Cold_Mac » 2010 Mar 30, 16:40

His strength is to beat players if he stands straight against them, then he could turn the ball, sometimes real great, away from opponents.
If he has to be agile to beat a player he usually fails and of course... if he had to think about his actions he always (really really always) take the wrong decision.
He has to see whats coming so he could use his great skill.
I didn't think he slow down while dribbling, he runs as fast with the ball as he do without.
DA 82-83 and DS 82.
Consistency could/should be lowered as well you never know how he will play.
Sometimes as a unplayable world-beater, who even slides in for the ball and win it back and sometimes as a total misplaced version of Jesus.
He played as a left midfielder, he plays too defensive for a WF so I would choose SMF.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Paddy » 2010 Mar 30, 16:44

I think his dribbling is fairly rated. He's not notably improved and his dribbling and is currently sitting at a correct value on 81.

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Look here, at an 82 he'd be on par with Steven Davis.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Josh » 2010 Mar 30, 18:15

Cheers for clearing that up, you said both SMF and Winger in the earlier post, I think Dribbling is OK as it is.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby BiG TeL » 2010 Apr 06, 17:08

P21 - Fox in the box?

No dribbling cards if you don't add SMF or WF.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Cold_Mac » 2010 Apr 23, 22:54

BiG TeL wrote:P21 - Fox in the box?

No dribbling cards if you don't add SMF or WF.


NEVER fox in the box.
You must watch 35 matches to see him once in the box ;)

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Paddy » 2010 Apr 24, 04:07

Too true CM!.. You know he could also warrant side!

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Fides » 2010 Apr 24, 08:53

Cold_Mac wrote:
BiG TeL wrote:P21 - Fox in the box?

No dribbling cards if you don't add SMF or WF.


NEVER fox in the box.
You must watch 35 matches to see him once in the box ;)
If he really doesnt enter the scoring area a lot I think we should lower aggression.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Josh » 2010 Apr 25, 11:07

I'd agree with that.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Cold_Mac » 2010 Apr 26, 11:17

I suggest 76-78 for aggression..

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Josh » 2010 Apr 26, 11:20

I think that a little too low, anything between 80-82 would be better.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Cold_Mac » 2010 Apr 26, 12:55

Big J wrote:I think that a little too low, anything between 80-82 would be better.


I think this would be too much. He never really storms into the box in the mission to score.
He picks the ball usually outside the box, once on the side, once in the middle of the park.
With an aggression of this value he will be too much of a poacher that he isn't and won't be at anytime.
Look at the goals he scored for Celtic (maybe the one for Rehagel's men too) the majority of them is scored when he got the ball outside the box.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Josh » 2010 Apr 26, 12:59

How about 79-80?

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Paddy » 2010 Apr 26, 14:40

I think an 83 would suffice, sure he doesn't run into the box but he certainly makes a hell of a lot of attacking runs into the channels making him the least central central forward in the history of man.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Josh » 2010 Apr 26, 14:47

I'd say maybe 81?

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby cbooz » 2010 Jun 23, 15:15

Doesnt anyone think he needs an update on technique?

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Josh » 2010 Jun 23, 15:56

Maybe slightly, not by much though.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Cold_Mac » 2010 Jun 27, 20:26

So, to get Celtic back to actual terms lets start with this total missfitting player.

Position: CF* --> add SMF and WF. He played at both positions and is more of a WF than CF.
Nationality: Greek _gre
Age: 24 [21-FEB-1985] --> 25

Balance: 85 --> 83: in combination with his height he'll be one of the strongest players in the squad. He's nowhere near that, he lost his balance in several occasions, get often bullied by far smaller opponents. I suggest to decrease it to 83
Stamina: 83 --> 81: He's out of condition at the end of most matches, really often.
Agility: 78 --> 76: Quite a good dribbler his body can't turn that quick to take advantage of this. He's at best when he can head straight one way without twist and turns.
Dribble Accuracy: 81 --> 83: On his day a really good dribbler. Regretfully this days are seldom, but 83 is an average rating.
Aggression: 84 --> 80: If he's a CF I'm as good at drinking as Charlie Sheen. Never - really never - get into positions inside the box.
Mentality: 81 --> 84: Not a leader at all, but he tracks back a lot and tries to help the team at corners.
Team Work: 75 --> 73: woefull understanding with his teammates. His passing ability is quite good, but he has as said before no real connection with the game. Usually scores after set-pieces or just on his own.

Consistency: 5 --> 3: Sometimes brillant, sometimes the MOST frustrating player you will ever see on this planet. Maybe even the universe. Dunno how the marsemen playing-level at the moment.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Josh » 2010 Jun 27, 21:11

Agree, apart from AGG which should be 81 at the lowest.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Cold_Mac » 2010 Jun 27, 21:16

Big J wrote:Agree, apart from AGG which should be 81 at the lowest.


Maybe I'm a bit pissed off by him :lol: and not really objective there so I agree there.

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Re: Georgios SAMARAS

Postby Ace » 2010 Jun 27, 21:34

In his last matches with Greece he impressed me about his Mentality. I don't follow him in Celtic but with Greek shirt he helps a lot his mates, he impressed me at this, rather than his quality as shooter....

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