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Pepe Reina

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 17:42

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Oct 20, 20:22

We where not getting anywhere, so I've changed his stats to what I feel appropriate.

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby 21-Lucas-21 » 2009 Oct 20, 20:26

Vandeach wrote:We where not getting anywhere, so I've changed his stats to what I feel appropriate.

Agree with them all

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby Tom » 2009 Oct 31, 14:30

His Jump could go higher, as could Cech's. Whilst Pepe is tall, his leap is absolutely magnificent and I feel that he could easily be higher than the current 86. Heck, I'm wondering whether an 89-90 would be more suitable.

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby lfc 4 eva » 2009 Oct 31, 15:56

GoonerLover66 wrote:His Jump could go higher, as could Cech's. Whilst Pepe is tall, his leap is absolutely magnificent and I feel that he could easily be higher than the current 86. Heck, I'm wondering whether an 89-90 would be more suitable.

I don't know. I think he struggles at claiming crosses sometimes and a higher jump would make him excellent in this area, perhaps lower balance because he is often not very dominant in the box and gets quite easily outmuscled.

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby Tom » 2009 Oct 31, 17:07

As I said in the Sergio Romero thread, I probably opt for an 88 for Reina's Jump at the moment. But it does seem odd how we have most keepers in the low 80s in this area (I do realise that Reina doesn't have a low 80, but that's not pertinent to my general point).

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby 21-Lucas-21 » 2009 Nov 01, 14:25

For his jump:

Take saves like the long rangers from Spurs, the free kick at bolton, the long ranger from Debrecen. These are all examples of Reina saving a hard fast shot from the top corner (or even crossbar it's that high :o). Considering his height, this is incredible, and i've seen the likes of Van der Sar struggle to get to these shots despite their huge frame.

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby N3KR0 » 2009 Nov 06, 06:55

Can his LPS go up ?
Akinfeev now sits at 70, I really don't see why Reina can't have the same value or even higher.

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Nov 08, 07:26

I'm always back and forth as to who deserves higher, but i'd definately have them even for now.

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby Tom » 2009 Nov 08, 09:57

nekroman619 wrote:Can his LPS go up ?
Akinfeev now sits at 70, I really don't see why Reina can't have the same value or even higher.


You could do that, but it serves no purpose. Ranking the LPS in the manner that we do for keepers is purely aesthetical and it doesn't have an affect in-game. But for the purposes of the ladder, I agree.

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Re: Pepe REINA

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby HENRY14EVER » 2010 Mar 12, 07:28

His attack in here is 39, and in the game its 40
Whereas all other keepers are rated at 30
I was just wondering whats the reason behind this,, not to make a big deal about it :D

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby BigStu » 2010 Mar 12, 10:26

becuase he is so good at setting up attacks with his goal kicks/clearences, thats also why the high FKA

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby Ken » 2010 Mar 12, 12:34

Chelseakid08 wrote:becuase he is so good at setting up attacks with his goal kicks/clearences, thats also why the high FKA


But wasn't there a discussion and we all agreed that FKA is redundant for GK and should not be use to rate his ability at pumping the ball upfield ?

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby devileh » 2010 Mar 15, 01:46

There was a discussion but I don't remember "everyone" reaching a consensus.
I'm very much for a higher FKA for keepers of Reina's type.

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby HENRY14EVER » 2010 Apr 10, 07:50

Has signed a new six-year contract at Anfield:

http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528, ... 05,00.html

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby samsonitto » 2010 Apr 22, 11:27

I think his goal keeping skills have to go up to even 90, because he never drops the ball these days, he catches it even when ball has a lot of pace on it.

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby BigStu » 2010 Apr 22, 18:30

i agree he never drops it, in fact i would say he has the best handling in the league and should sit on 90

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby Vandeach » 2010 Apr 24, 11:39

No, Reina does not deserve a 90 for goalkeeper skills, whilst his his shot-stopping abilities are no doubt fantastic and his handling has vastly improved, he is not secure enough to warrant such a high value for his Keeper Skills, Reina most certainly still has a tendency to punch and parry and I think a 90 is just too high of a value to give to a goalkeeper who can still at times like uncertain. On another note, his Jump could probably go up by two points, he really does have a magnificent leap, certainly among the best in the league. I also have his agility a point higher, but thats negligible.

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby JuLiTo » 2010 May 13, 01:33

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Re: Pepe REINA

Postby A-SK » 2010 May 13, 03:59

jultio, there's no point of posting up a picture because it aint from the site the mods like to use ;)

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