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Ki Sung-Yeung

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Cold_Mac » 2010 Oct 30, 12:57

What do you think needs an update?
The first think that strikes my mind is his tenacious domination he offeres in the centre of the pitch, good touches and fine passes and the even better set-pieces.
Has turned into a total different player since Lennon is in charge.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Paddy » 2010 Oct 30, 13:28

He's one of the most accurate free kick takers in the world (BIG ASS STATEMENT I KNOW) but he lacks pace in his shots, he constantly hits the target and threatens from deep with his penetrating crosses. His passing can tear teams apart too, his dribbling and Technique is also very impressive.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2010 Oct 30, 18:37

His stats definitely need updating, his LPA/LPS/FKA and Curling could be late 80s, his DA and Tech could maybe be in the 83-84 range, his mentality could be pushing 80 (if not 80) and DEF and BAL could come up 2 points each.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Paddy » 2010 Oct 30, 20:41

He definitely needs a drop in his SP though.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Cold_Mac » 2010 Oct 30, 20:45

I would vote for a raise in SA, he usually hits the target.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby dexta » 2010 Nov 01, 15:18

I think he should have at least one of the passing cards.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby wpvmcks » 2010 Nov 29, 22:53

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Club : Celtic
Number : 18
Position : CMF*, AMF
Nationality : South Korean
Age : 21 (JAN-24-1989)

Foot : R
Side : B

Height : 1.87m
Weight : 79kg

Attack: 73
Defence: 63
Balance: 79
Stamina: 83
Top Speed: 80
Acceleration: 82
Response: 80
Agility: 83
Dribble Accuracy: 82
Dribble Speed: 78
Short Pass Accuracy: 83
Short Pass Speed: 82
Long Pass Accuracy: 83
Long Pass Speed: 82
Shot Accuracy: 73
Shot Power: 85
Shot Technique: 73
Free Kick Accuracy: 83
Curling: 83
Header: 74
Jump: 76
Technique: 83
Aggression: 77
Mentality: 78
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 82

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 6
Weak Foot Accuracy: 5
Weak Foot frequency: 5
Consistency: 5
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2010 Dec 31, 01:19

His stats definitely need updating, his LPA/LPS/FKA and Curling could be late 80s, his DA and Tech could maybe be in the 83-84 range, his mentality could be pushing 80 (if not 80) and DEF and BAL could come up 2 points each.


I think something like:

LPA: 85
LPS: Thinking about it, I don't want to change it too much, he lacks pace on his crosses sometimes.
DA: 83
Tech: 83
Mentality: 79

And perhaps implement my Defence and Balance suggestions, any thoughts/suggestions would be more than welcome.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Paddy » 2010 Dec 31, 01:35

What about a raise in FKA?
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2011 Jan 01, 04:02

Forgot about that, 84 would be good for FKA imo.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2011 Jan 04, 17:56

I'm gonna update with the numbers, if anyone disagrees, feel free to comment.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Cold_Mac » 2011 Jan 26, 00:06

I'm always delighted to read suggestions without reasoning arguments or examples. Just jubilant.

Dribble Accuracy: 87
Short Pass Accuracy: 87
Short Pass Speed: 88
Long Pass Accuracy: 90
Long Pass Speed: 90
Shot Accuracy: 77
Shot Power: 88
Shot Technique: 80
Technique: 90

So hes a better dribbler than anybody in the league except Paddy without ever beat a player with moves? :lol:
So hes a better overall passer than Lampard and Messi and unbelievable 8 points better than Rooney in passing? :lol:
Not to mention that his technique is better than Balotellis and half of the football world.

We always tend to overpower our favourite players but this suggestions are...crap.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Simon kjaer » 2011 Jan 26, 01:56

Is the best midfielder in Asia.. Running a lot and incisive sound and strong and kick is the best midfielder in Asia..
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Simon kjaer » 2011 Jan 26, 02:04

Must be given a skills long shots and Central
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Cold_Mac » 2011 Jan 26, 11:44

Was very impressive for us and for South Korea, I like him and agree that he needs an update.
But really not with THAT high stats.;)
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby HoopDreams » 2011 Feb 10, 00:12

Yeah was really happy to see him back against Rangers, never worried whenever he has the ball, absolutely runs the midfield with his intelligent passing. I would say that Defence, Response and SPA all need an increase, not sure about SPS though, he hardly smacks his passes around because he doesn't need to. I'm also not sure if he is as slow as this on the ball, or if he just chooses to slow the game down. It's difficult to judge because his game is not about speeding about with the ball. I also would quite like to see a slight decrease in Aggression and an increase in Ment and TW.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Cold_Mac » 2011 Feb 10, 18:09

He's the opposite of Dan on the ball - he actually can pass a ball without bobbling like a youth player :P

Yes, I agree he is not quick - or not using his pace on the ball at all. Doesn't affect him badly.
One thing that turns out is his lack of aggression - speaking in a PES way as he, if played as a holding midfielder is sometimes that deep that he is only one or two yards away of the centre-backs.
He played, until Forster was sent off, in a very advanced role but was still never near Commons who played in the whole or Hooper.
Lowering his DS is a must as well as the raisings in the areas you suggested, no idea which they would/should be as he was one month out of my point of view.
Can you make some suggestsions, Hoopy?
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby HoopDreams » 2011 Feb 10, 18:48

Something along the lines of:

Defence: 65
Response: 80
SPA: 83
Aggression: 74
Mentality: 80
TW: 84
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2011 Feb 10, 20:37

I agree with all, what do you guys think of maybe lowering his ACC?
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Vickingo » 2011 Jun 16, 12:41

Cold_Mac wrote:He's the opposite of Dan on the ball - he actually can pass a ball without bobbling like a youth player :P

Yes, I agree he is not quick - or not using his pace on the ball at all. Doesn't affect him badly.
One thing that turns out is his lack of aggression - speaking in a PES way as he, if played as a holding midfielder is sometimes that deep that he is only one or two yards away of the centre-backs.
He played, until Forster was sent off, in a very advanced role but was still never near Commons who played in the whole or Hooper.
Lowering his DS is a must as well as the raisings in the areas you suggested, no idea which they would/should be as he was one month out of my point of view.
Can you make some suggestsions, Hoopy?


Agree too!

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