Moussa Dembélé

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Moussa Dembélé

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 11:41

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Fides » 2010 Aug 13, 11:42

About to sign for Fulham.

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Ajacied_Breda1 » 2010 Aug 13, 17:38

I think his DA can actually go up a little bit. He's really good on the ball and always finds a way out of hazardous situations.

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Ajacied_Breda1 » 2010 Aug 14, 19:48

I suggest 86/87 for his DA, actually.

Along with his Body Balance, his close control is really his strong point; something that sets him apart from a lot of other young forwards. He lacks the real finishing prowess to be a top notch striker though.

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby BiG TeL » 2010 Aug 16, 22:15

Cards?

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby eroadnero » 2010 Aug 18, 17:55

move to Fulham

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Fides » 2010 Aug 28, 16:45

How do you guys rate him after his first games for Fulham?

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby A-SK » 2010 Aug 28, 16:58

showed some nice touches, passes and strength.

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby the sloth » 2011 Feb 15, 16:54

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Fides » 2011 Oct 13, 10:40

And what about him now? I feel his ATT might be too high. He isnt really good in picking positions in and around the box and stuff like that.

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby chanman » 2011 Oct 13, 15:48

He needs SMF and WF I think AMF can be his main position with a slight decrease in attack, he has been playing on the wings recently. He doesn't look very dangerous when he plays up front.

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Mr. Evans » 2011 Nov 07, 23:25

I'm 100% sure he's better on the ball than this. He's got very nice ball control, very good with the ball in tight spaces. I'd say his DA should go up by one or two points. And I think, no make that quite sure he's a better passer than his stats suggests.

Not sure on changing his main position to AMF though I'd agree with adding SMF and WF.
And I've always felt he's taller than this ever since his AZ days. By just looking at him you can tell that he's over 6ft.. I'd say he's like 185/186 cm.
EDIT: Found some sources saying he's 185 cm and 82 kg:
http://www.fulhamfc.com/MatchAndTeam/Pl ... mbele.aspx
http://soccernet.espn.go.com/player/_/i ... le?cc=5739
Accurate if you ask me.

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Vranny » 2011 Nov 08, 02:18

I agree with the DA raise. His ability on the ball is the best at Fulham in my opinion, it's just too bad he often has no end product.

I agree with Chanman on his positions. When he plays behind a lone striker I'd describe his role as being too deep for an SS as he tends to drop into midfield and hold up the ball for other runners. He's been given more wide roles this season, so adding WF and SM are good ideas.

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Mr. Evans » 2011 Nov 08, 09:04

Fair enough, I'll get it changed.
You're absolutely right about him lacking a end product. He's a talented player and I've always liked him but he needs to become more effective and less lazy. If he does so, he can become some player.

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Fides » 2011 Nov 08, 09:06

slight update

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Mr. Evans » 2011 Nov 08, 09:27

What changes did you make Fides (stats wise)?

Update: Brought down BAL and increased AGI slightly with the height change, DA: 86, TS: 83 (after the sloth's comment on his speed), DS: 81 (because of the TS increase), SPS 77/LPS 76 (definitely not a weak passer, both short and long).

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby čale » 2011 Nov 26, 19:37

he shrugged Djorou today a few times like he was a ragdoll, his really does have a nice combination of balance and strength also he matched Gervinho for pure pace in the dying minutes of the game

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Paddy » 2011 Nov 26, 20:30

Love him, with Ruiz and him in Fulham's supporting roles upfront they've one of the most creative/skillful attacking lines in Europe

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Mr. Evans » 2011 Nov 26, 21:42

@ cale
Yeah I noticed that too. Though Djourou isn't someone who I'd call strong, he's just big. But even so, Dembele could use a one or two point raise.
Missed the run with Gervinho, interesting though as Gervinho came on as a sub. I have always seen him as fast over distance but not so much at first (ACC) and on the ball.. What did he look like, TS wise, in that run?

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I take it you mean potentially?

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby čale » 2011 Nov 26, 21:54

well yeah, Djourou is a muscle-bound bonehead but still Dembele didn't look even the slightest bothered with him bumping two or three times in a row in him in a space of 10 or so seconds, about the run, Gervinho swapped sides with Walcott and was running down the flank with the ball at full speed and after 5 or so meters came Dembele and just shrugged him off and recovered the ball, i'd say that he was an 85-ish or so or even 86...but considering that Gervinho's TS is 88 and was also with the ball i'd say the 85 or 86 would be a suitable number.

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Re: Moussa DEMBELE

Postby Mr. Evans » 2011 Nov 26, 22:03

True true. Anymore opinions on BAL?

Yeah something like that does seem right for his TS, his pace is kind of comparable to that of K-P. Boateng. Dembele's ACC could possily come down a point with his TS going up to a 85. Not so sure though so I'll need to see a bit more.

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