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Michael Essien

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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby HitMan » 2008 Dec 26, 22:26

SP 87

hes got a powerful shot...
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby Vandeach » 2008 Dec 30, 17:54

I feel his Stamina could be decreased not by much though possibly a 92/93 value his engine is no doubt fantastic but I don't feel he should be this high as it puts on par with Park Ji Sung and Gattuso who's engine's are slightly better than Essien's.
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby manutd » 2009 Jan 03, 05:49

Vandeach wrote:I feel his Stamina could be decreased not by much though possibly a 92/93 value his engine is no doubt fantastic but I don't feel he should be this high as it puts on par with Park Ji Sung and Gattuso who's engine's are slightly better than Essien's.

I completely disagree cause I feel his stamina is perfect.
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 21, 21:57

HitMan wrote:SP 87

hes got a powerful shot...

So have the people who sit on 86 with him.
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby pob26 » 2009 Jan 25, 11:01

We can't judge anything at the moment because hes been out for 6 months. At least give him a chance to play before we start making changes
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby BECKS23LA » 2009 Apr 01, 13:58

SA should go down, ST too!
He is better than Cavani 74!

BB could be 88 on pair with Gattuso no ?

Coz with his speed and his BB he is invincible!
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby imi » 2009 Apr 05, 06:13

i cant beleive that injury decrease his power like this he is very weaker than before, but he need more time maybe in next season we can say correct value for him.
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby Uzair » 2009 May 06, 21:56

i see you edited your suggestions but still too high and not needed. his current shooting stats are fine. that volley of his was a one-off and i bet he couldn't do it again any time soon.
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby Robben » 2009 May 06, 22:01

it was not a one off . he has scored a few great goals in his footballing years and he is one of the best midfielders in the world and his goal was up there with the best goals EVER

goal of the season SO FAR easy
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby Uzair » 2009 May 06, 22:06

Robben wrote:it was not a one off . he has scored a few great goals in his footballing years and he is one of the best midfielders in the world and his goal was up there with the best goals EVER

goal of the season SO FAR easy


so you're saying that he will score many more left-footed volleys in his career and that was just the beginning????? look, he doesn't have laser guided accuracy and he doesn't always hit the target whenever he shoots. there's nothing stopping him from scoring belters with his current stats.
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 May 06, 22:39

Uzair wrote:
Robben wrote:it was not a one off . he has scored a few great goals in his footballing years and he is one of the best midfielders in the world and his goal was up there with the best goals EVER

goal of the season SO FAR easy


so you're saying that he will score many more left-footed volleys in his career and that was just the beginning????? look, he doesn't have laser guided accuracy and he doesn't always hit the target whenever he shoots. there's nothing stopping him from scoring belters with his current stats.


Here here. Essien's shots, like danny Agger's are very wild. They are raw and primal and when they're on target keepers usually have f**k all chance of stopping them. 'Thing is they come few and far between. 'Fact is, I score screamers with these players, just not -every- game.

Hell, I score them with Mascherano for crying out loud. :lol:
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby Uzair » 2009 May 07, 16:17

Robben wrote:essien is a legend what a performance he put in tonight he deserves to lift the title

"It is a privilege to watch africans on the football field"


that's neither here nor there
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby PMC » 2009 May 07, 17:05

Robben wrote:essien is a legend what a performance he put in tonight he deserves to lift the title

"It is a privilege to watch africans on the football field"


he scored the goal for Chelsea and saved Barca's ass in extra time... only legends can lift ones hope up to shatter it again. A real privilege!
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby Nrby » 2009 May 21, 11:03

again we aren't that far off :) ... good to see that more sources of stats seem to converge and have very similar ratings for individual players ...
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 May 29, 10:42

Would it be over kill to raise Essien's stamina?? (I'm looking at GL's stats and I don't see why 96 stamina is unreasonable) I honestly like, think he doesn't necessarily have stamina per say... because like, that'd mean he actually has a point where he gets "tired"... I don't he has this point. I don't think it exists. :? I honestly think he could run around the Earth twice without a single glass of water. He's freakish. :shock:
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby jmg721 » 2009 May 29, 10:49

okay...so you agree with Gooner's Stamina, but what about the rest of the stats. I am tempted to just put his stats in the 1st post 8-)
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 May 29, 11:15

jmg721 wrote:okay...so you agree with Gooner's Stamina, but what about the rest of the stats. I am tempted to just put his stats in the 1st post 8-)


Vandeach threw up an interesting point about ladders. It's a tough one, 'cause I'm almost tempted to be immature say "fuck the ladders" and just update my OF with it, because you know, I've sort of grown fond of the guy despite his earlier attempt to decapitate Didi. (Not fond in -that- way!! Well... maybe a little. Half and half... :?)

Eh, I'll probably take a closer look at the ladders. -Sigh- Otherwise chaos could ensue. They don't look a problem to the naked eye, though.
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby Tom » 2009 May 29, 16:07

Ken wrote:
Alcohomicide wrote:Would it be over kill to raise Essien's stamina?? (I'm looking at GL's stats and I don't see why 96 stamina is unreasonable) I honestly like, think he doesn't necessarily have stamina per say... because like, that'd mean he actually has a point where he gets "tired"... I don't he has this point. I don't think it exists. :? I honestly think he could run around the Earth twice without a single glass of water. He's freakish. :shock:


Well if it's true than he deserves a 99 on Stamina, even higher than Dirk Kuyt :shock: , which I don't think is true because 95 is good enough for him to play in all of the games for like 5 straight season (without getting any injury).


I think that you've got your definitions mixed up. What you've just described is the Condition stat, not the Stamina stat. Basically, Stamina affects the players fitness during a course and Condition covers the amount of fatigue a player will acrue after many games (The higher the value, the less fatigue the player experiences).
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Re: Michael ESSIEN

Postby jmg721 » 2009 May 29, 19:12

Would you please update the 1st post with your new set of stats? 8-)
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