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Benoît Assou-Ekotto

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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby Looke » 2010 Jan 04, 12:06

Honestly I think that he should receive quite an update in some areas, Response and LPA in particular. His defensive ability improved in current campaign as well.

He is in great form this season and in my opinion currently is in top five best left-backs in the Premier League.
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby chanman » 2010 Jan 04, 15:42

Looke wrote:Honestly I think that he should receive quite an update in some areas, Response and LPA in particular. His defensive ability improved in current campaign as well.

He is in great form this season and in my opinion currently is in top five best left-backs in the Premier League.


I agree he is a lot better than these stats suggest, especially at defence.
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby ThaReaper01 » 2010 May 05, 19:17

Age: 26


Defense: 67

On par with Belhadj.


Response: 81

On par with Sylvinho and Ilunga. Seems fair. Would have no problem with 79 or 80.


Mentality: 77

Has improved since Harry has taken over.



I don't know about passing, so I won't comment.
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby Looke » 2010 May 09, 14:02

I agree with your suggestions, although I'd go for 80 in response.

TW could also go up to something like 78, sometimes he plays some nice one-two actions with others and overally is a good team player.

As for passing I'd give him 73-74 for SPA and 77-78 for LPA.
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby Looke » 2010 Jun 09, 18:23

Looke wrote:I agree with your suggestions, although I'd go for 80 in response.

TW could also go up to something like 78, sometimes he plays some nice one-two actions with others and overally is a good team player.

As for passing I'd give him 73-74 for SPA and 77-78 for LPA.


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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby paulus » 2010 Jun 14, 14:40

he took a couple of long free kick in spurs, right? and also a left corner, when bale modric are out in early season.
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby LiamwPk » 2010 Aug 14, 13:49

Watching the match today, he seems to have quite a lot of long pass speed? Quite direct driven passing. I'm not sure what his current stats are like but it should be mid 80's for long pass speed I think.
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby Looke » 2010 Aug 16, 18:00

I wonder when he will get updated... seems like nobody is interested :roll: .
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby WHUfan » 2010 Aug 17, 18:32

I think he should be updated with the previous suggestions, he's been playing well for a long time and an update is well overdue
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby heerenveen123 » 2010 Aug 27, 15:27

LiamwPk wrote:Watching the match today, he seems to have quite a lot of long pass speed? Quite direct driven passing. I'm not sure what his current stats are like but it should be mid 80's for long pass speed I think.


Yeah i noticed that. They werent lofty, he hits the ball direct and with pace. i'd say 84
And although he does have an awesome shot, i think its more about power than accuracy so SA and SP should stay the same
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby Jez » 2010 Aug 29, 00:29

What the fuck was he doing today? You'd of thought he'd of learned his lesson the first time but no, he continued to try dribble out of defence with all these fancy flicks and turns and kept getting tackled! Even so, demonstrated some very decent agility, could probably come up a little bit..

Gonna look over the suggestions and hopefully update the first post soon!
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby Fiddy » 2010 Oct 15, 22:13

can't wait for that update :)
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby Paddy » 2010 Nov 04, 14:19

Arguably one of the best left backs in the league, much better than Konchesky and dare I say it Clichy, improved so much over the last 18 months as has Bale, but obviously this lads been allowed to develop in the shadows of Bale. Lucky guy.
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby Jez » 2010 Nov 05, 00:57

I agree entirely. You rarely notice him anymore, which in light of Bales defensive frailties, suggests he's been doing a bloody good job at the back! He definitely got better towards the end of last season, I wasn't convinced about him at first and was surprised that he'd suddenly regained his place in the side after seemingly being frozen out for what seemed ages (come to think of it he might have been injured, I really don't know) but these stats are no justice. He used to be a bit suspect for me and prone to stupid lapses, not that he can't make the odd mistake even now (see two posts above :lol:) but he's generally pretty solid now. What do you have in mind stats wise?
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby Paddy » 2010 Nov 05, 04:07

No idea, primarily a raise in his defence, but anything could happen.
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby ThaReaper01 » 2010 Nov 05, 04:19

ThaReaper01 wrote:Age: 26


Defense: 67

On par with Belhadj.


Response: 81

On par with Sylvinho and Ilunga. Seems fair. Would have no problem with 79 or 80.


Mentality: 77

Has improved since Harry has taken over.



I don't know about passing, so I won't comment.

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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby BigStu » 2010 Nov 05, 12:17

the only thing that is suspect with him now is his decision making, but that's has improved a lot, and when he makes the right decision, he defends well, when he doesn't he stills fucks up, but he makes the right decision almost all the time.
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby BiG TeL » 2010 Dec 29, 16:59

Any news about the update?
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Re: Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO

Postby BigStu » 2010 Dec 29, 17:09

all updates are postponed indefinitely

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