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Wayne Bridge

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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby Nefarel » 2010 Feb 27, 21:49

Agree he is underrated in terms of speed.
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby BigStu » 2010 Feb 28, 09:50

he absolutly raped malouda for speed yesterday, they were both running full pelt, malouda justifying his 84 TS, but bridge was at least running at 85 maybe 86
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby Tom » 2010 Mar 01, 20:25

Chelseakid08 wrote:he absolutly raped malouda for speed yesterday, they were both running full pelt, malouda justifying his 84 TS, but bridge was at least running at 85 maybe 86


Nope, Malouda was running with the ball at his feet
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby Jez » 2010 Mar 02, 15:50

Aye, Gooner is right, although he did look quicker than an 83 to the naked eye. Maybe it's worth keeping an eye on
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby BiG TeL » 2010 Apr 07, 00:13

Chelseakid08 wrote:based on his city days, defence is too high, but attack is too low, could they be swapped?

kendees wrote:Don't you think he is faster a bit, atleast with the ball? I would go for something like...
Top speed: 84
Acceleration: 85
Dribble speed: 87

He's like van Persie in terms of speed, but obviously faster with ball. I think this update could make him more realistic, coz he is definitely fast left back.
How about these?

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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby Fiddy » 2010 Apr 09, 09:47

totally agree + Overlapping Run
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby choccy » 2010 Apr 20, 21:52

42 crosses this season, not one met his target:

http://www.football365.com/story/0,17033,8750_6105563,00.html
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby Jez » 2010 Apr 21, 03:26

choccy wrote:42 crosses this season, not one met his target:

http://www.football365.com/story/0,17033,8750_6105563,00.html


That's pretty amazing :shock:
I guess it depends on what you consider an accurate cross though. One might consider it to be a cross that hits a team-mate whereas someone else might consider a good cross to be one that goes into a dangerous area even if there is nobody on the end of it. Even so, it's still quite a statistic. I've always been impressed with his crossing though so I obviously fall into the 'dangerous area' category :roll:
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby ikeRNitr0 » 2011 Jan 14, 11:46

Move to West Ham on loan for the next 6 months:

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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby JMVP » 2011 Jan 16, 14:45

Bridge is a shadow of his former self and i don't believe he deserves some of the values he's been given. Against the gunners he was responsible for the first goal (standing off Theo Walcott and letting him cross), the second goal (playing Arsenal onside, then letting Walcott beat him to the ball in the six yard box) and the third goal (conceding a penalty after a trip on Walcott).
His strength and drive somehow faded and he lacks the pendulous nature that once characterized him. Imo stats such as defence, BB, stamina, agility and acceleration should be discussed.
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby BigStu » 2011 Jan 16, 16:02

He wasn't match fit yesterday
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby WHUfan » 2011 Jul 02, 17:54

Back at Man City
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby Keaty22 » 2012 Feb 02, 18:02

He's gone on loan to sunderland as is #3
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

Postby Kerry » 2012 Feb 02, 22:22

He lacks *Sliding.
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Re: Wayne BRIDGE

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Re: Wayne Bridge

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