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Leonardo Pavoletti

Postby PES Stats Database » 2013 Mar 07, 19:17

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Re: Leonardo Pavoletti

Postby Epsi » 2013 Oct 06, 12:20

I know he's on fire and possibly the best striker in Serie B atm.. but isn't he a bit overrated? Showed good header/jump and response too, but nothing at my eyes to deserve such that value for attack or some other inflated values this set has..
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Re: Leonardo Pavoletti

Postby antony » 2013 Oct 06, 18:25

Epsi wrote:I know he's on fire and possibly the best striker in Serie B atm.. but isn't he a bit overrated? Showed good header/jump and response too, but nothing at my eyes to deserve such that value for attack or some other inflated values this set has..


i updated the set recently..i don't see those inflated values..his header/jump combo is really amazing i think the best atm with Maniero and he is a deadly striker in the box..you referred to the combo atk/res?maybe 83 is much but i think he in on top of the ladder atm...his previous values i planned were 81/81 for both,opinions? The other values i don't think are overrated
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Re: Leonardo Pavoletti

Postby Epsi » 2013 Oct 07, 14:56

I'm usually conservative in atk/def values for low leagues players, since you can already be top notch with a 80 atk in Serie B. Just for my standards for a Serie B player, which didn't showed anything at high levels. Keepers are not that good, defenders neither, so you don't need so high stats to be profilic in the league. Diffent if you're really quality, thing that Pavoletti surely has still to show up. His response looks good though, my bad, and I wouldn't have touched it, looks even a 83.
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Re: Leonardo Pavoletti

Postby morenol80 » 2016 Jan 18, 00:14

This guy is on fire! 10 goals in 900 minutes this season. Any thoughts on him?
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Re: Leonardo Pavoletti

Postby Epsi » 2016 Jan 19, 17:16

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Re: Leonardo Pavoletti

Postby KeyserSoze » 2017 Jan 03, 14:52

I was a bit reluctant at first when I read comparisons between Pavoletti and Diego Milito, but I've gradually seen the reasons of those comparisons. Let's see what he can offer at Napoli; he will have tough competition with Milik and Gabbiadini, but I bet he will become the leading striker if he takes the best from the chances he will get over time.
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Re: Leonardo Pavoletti

Postby Epsi » 2017 Jan 03, 14:56

Gabbiadini is already out of competition. He will be sold! The competition is with Mertens and Milik (injured).
I can't see similarities with Milito honestly. Pavoletti is more similar to poachers like Toni, Vieri.
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Re: Leonardo Pavoletti

Postby KeyserSoze » 2017 Jan 03, 15:16

Maybe in terms of strength and body build he's more like the ones you mentioned, but when it comes to aggresiveness and off the ball movement he's more like Milito or Pazzini.
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Re: Leonardo Pavoletti

Postby Epsi » 2017 Jan 03, 19:47

He hasn't Milito's technique, he's not a technical player by any means, but has a huge and natural goal instinct

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