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Marco Reus

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Re: Marco REUS

Postby Paddy » 2009 Sep 03, 12:51

I can't believe nobodies mentioned his goal at the weekend yet.
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby s-cobar » 2009 Sep 03, 13:01

was a bit the Marko marin style! ;)
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby calleklein » 2009 Sep 03, 16:03

Paddy wrote:I can't believe nobodies mentioned his goal at the weekend yet.

I can't believe it... someone is out there believing Goals like that are Reus daily operation :lol:
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby s-cobar » 2009 Nov 04, 09:24

TS: 86
Acc: 87

DSA: 86

His strongest point, the reason of both of his goals was his speed.
He`s one of the fastest guys in the BL.
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby monKevski » 2009 Nov 04, 11:37

Updated.
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby monKevski » 2009 Nov 29, 10:30

Updated him again, he showed that can play the full 90 minutes in a row, he's also able to run forward in the last minutes.
Hence, a value 79 in Stamina would be definitely too low.
I also raise Reus' Balance, he can resist some physical runs combined with great ball control and considering to his low weight it should be at least in the low greens.
His Dribble Accuracy is higher as well, the ball is still quite near to his foot, also when he start to run, but first it shouldn't be something special. Reus is also able to receive the ball quickly, he doesn't need so much space and then he can start to boost.


It seems so that he fills Marins shoes, but he's also going a lot more backward than him and is also looking for other players.
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby Shubitidze » 2009 Dec 04, 22:15

monKevski wrote:It seems so that he fills Marins shoes, but he's also going a lot more backward than him and is also looking for other players.


Definitely! Today he showed that he is capable of playing for the team, 100% following the coaches tactics. I think we should discuss raising both, his ATT (73) and his DEF (44). Furthermore his AGI (83) seems slightly underrated to me. Newspapers in Germany are already discussing if Löw is going to take him to South Africa... ;)
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby s-cobar » 2009 Dec 07, 07:14

It would be very idiotic move it to the national team into consideration. We ahben with Mariners on a nearly identical types of players and with all due respect to reus, marin's already a little further in its development.

Generally, I'm totally agree, Attack and Defense increased somewhat and also in the area of the Agility I agree.
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby Farfan17 » 2010 Jan 31, 12:27

i give him 74-75 in attack.
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby orange2 » 2010 Apr 24, 18:13

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Re: Marco REUS

Postby monKevski » 2010 Apr 24, 22:27

What do you want to say??
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby monKevski » 2010 Apr 30, 13:16

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Name: Marco Reus
Club: Borussia Mönchengladbach
Number: 11
Position: SMF*, WF, AMF
Nationality: Germany _ger
Age: 20 (31.05.1989)

Foot: Right
Side: Both

Length: 180 cm
Weight: 70 kg

Dribble Style: 3
Free Kick Style: 1
Penalty Kick Style: 1
Drop Kick Style: 1

Attack: 75
Defence: 47
Balance: 77
Stamina: 84
Top Speed: 85
Acceleration: 86
Response: 78
Agility: 84
Dribble Accuracy: 82
Dribble Speed: 85
Short Pass Accuracy: 76
Short Pass Speed: 75
Long Pass Accuracy: 75
Long Pass Speed: 77
Shot Accuracy: 73
Shot Power: 82
Shot Technique: 75
Free Kick Accuracy: 69
Curling: 74
Header: 69
Jump: 73
Technique: 83
Aggression: 84
Mentality: 77
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 77

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 6
Weak Foot Accuracy: 5
Weak Foot frequency: 5
Consistency: 6


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Finally it is time for another update of Marco Reus, the shooting star in Mönchengladbach since Marko Marin went to Werder Bremen. This season Reus showed he is the deserved follower of Marin, nobody expected it so quick, but he did this pretty well and already scored 8 times in his first season in the Bundesliga, just as many Marin scored in his time at Mönchengladbach. He has everything what a side midfielder need: pace, the ability to pass players and the drive to the opponent's goal, the top teams know these qualities really good, against Bayern Munich, Hamburger SV, Schalke 04 and Werder Bremen he made one goal and a great performance. Hence, it is no wonder they are interested in him, but his teams says he is unsellable. But if Reus can hold this form, he soon will be at one such teams like Marin, because his expectation raises with his performances and if Gladbach can not follow this, he will think to leave them.
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby Malakayi » 2010 Jul 23, 22:36

The new suits him way better than the old one :D

Just one thing, given his style of play I suggest:
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby Farfan17 » 2010 Sep 05, 15:59

Marco Reus is a good dribbling player, He is very secure on the ball, i have DA on 83 and his DS on 86, he is very fast on the ball.
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby KeyserSoze » 2011 May 26, 15:25

Good player, he saved BM in the relegation/promotion playoffs against Bochum.
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby KeyserSoze » 2011 Aug 26, 13:35

Called to the Germany squad again; he's hoping to make his international debut.
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby Hayame » 2011 Aug 26, 15:53

i think in some abilties he is underrated if you compare him to other young players like Götze. Reus is one of the most dangerous middlefield players in the buli, since 2 years he scored about 23 goals without him Gladbach would be in the second league. So i think he could get a update in terms of attack, shooting, passing. Also i think he is faster than this.
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby PPSSF » 2011 Aug 28, 21:04

Hayame wrote:i think in some abilties he is underrated if you compare him to other young players like Götze. Reus is one of the most dangerous middlefield players in the buli, since 2 years he scored about 23 goals without him Gladbach would be in the second league.


No doubt against that.


Hayame wrote:So i think he could get a update in terms of attack, shooting, passing. Also i think he is faster than this.


I`m not sure about Attack, passing and speed. These are not the values that show why he scored so much. Shooting should go up, yes.

I think his Response could go up to 83, he simply reacts faster than most of the defenders. He also is always in or near the box, so I think his Aggression could go up to 87. Mentality is to low with 83, I suggest 85, he never gives up, thats what saved Borussia last season. And its hard to get him off the ball, and not because he has the dribbling like Ribery but he knows how to use his body, so: Balance 81.

As far as shooting goes: Accuracy doesnt have to be much higher, maybe 78, maybe not. But his Shot Technique is in my opinion at least at 82...
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Re: Marco REUS

Postby braindead » 2011 Nov 05, 23:09

One of the main reasons Gladbach is so high in the league, he can get updated in his shooting values and Tec alongside with a little decrease in his response

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