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Stephen Ward

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Jun 17, 13:32



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Re: Stephen WARD

Postby Jez » 2011 May 03, 14:40

A proper utility player isn't he! Wouldn't even know what to make his registered position to be honest, what do you reckon?

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Re: Stephen WARD

Postby WHUfan » 2011 May 03, 15:46

I'm honestly not sure. If we take information from this site http://www.football-lineups.com/team/Wolverhampton_Wanderers/FA_Premier_League_2010-2011/Analysis/which is pretty reliable, then he has played the majority of games this season as SB (16), followed by 7 appearances at CM, although the way that site works is if you play as a SS or AMF (such as in a 4-4-1-1) then it is recorded as CM for some reason so we should really assume that almost all of those instances were AMF or SS, and only once as SM, with 0 appearances as an out an out CF. He really does just fill in all over the pitch..

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Re: Stephen WARD

Postby Jez » 2011 May 03, 16:22

I use that site too ;)

Hmm, let's see. Given the number of appearences he's had at full back over the last few years I think it's got to be his registered position. He's more or less been first choice there for the best part of three seasons. You'e right also that he doesn't play Central Midfield so to speak, but plays off the front man as an advanced midfielder or support striker. With all that in mind, I'd have him like this:

*SB, SM, AM, SS

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Re: Stephen WARD

Postby WHUfan » 2011 May 03, 17:53

jez wrote:I use that site too ;)

Hmm, let's see. Given the number of appearences he's had at full back over the last few years I think it's got to be his registered position. He's more or less been first choice there for the best part of three seasons. You'e right also that he doesn't play Central Midfield so to speak, but plays off the front man as an advanced midfielder or support striker. With all that in mind, I'd have him like this:

*SB, SM, AM, SS

Sounds fair to me :)

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Re: Stephen WARD

Postby Jez » 2011 Dec 27, 18:06

Anyone any thoughts on his shooting? He's scored a couple of impressive half-volleyed efforts this season which leads me to believe that his Shot Technique is underrated. He looks to me like someone who can strike a ball very well.

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Re: Stephen WARD

Postby Paddy » 2011 Dec 28, 06:37

I've been watching him since his days in the LOI, not a bad striker in any way shape or form, I think when I originally created him on here he had something like SA 75 and ST 78. One thing which has probably been overlooked too is his ability in the air. He's more than competent when scoring a header or defending.

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Re: Stephen WARD

Postby Jez » 2011 Dec 30, 18:09

Well, those values have been restored ;) What do you think for header? And would 1-Touch Pass be overstepping the mark a bit?

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Re: Stephen WARD

Postby Fides » 2012 Jun 14, 21:35

Are you guys sure about his AGI? For somebody of average/below average lenght he wasnt really supple-looking to me.

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