JMVP wrote:I don't know if you changed anything in agility but imo it could be dropped a couple points, he's not really agile at all, although he's not unagile either.
I think that he is a late peak. The Liga Sagres isnt a weak league at all. Its very difficult to make that much goals as he has made. Also he has a lot of help of his midfielders who can play pinpoint passes (Hugo Viana, Mossoró). Maybe he enjoys this style of football more, then when he played in Brasil.Luisito wrote:Lima is a very interesting striker for many years he was a very dissapointng striker and in his last season for Santos as i know he dont even a single gol , after he go to Belenenses in Portugal in 2009 he had his first avarage season of his life with 7 gols and then just after a year he continue his journey to another club to Sporting Braga where he finally did a explosion and now 1 f most lethal strikers of Portugal , very interesting o is it only cause the Portugese liga is weak ?
You can never see a Brasilian champion team that has less then 5 loses , very rarely , most times the Brasilian champion has always like 6 o 9 times lost in the season
about scoring diffculty i dont think that the Portugese league is really a hard league to score gols , for me is Ligue 1 a diffcult league to score many gols (as the Holland liga the eassiest) , in Portugal there was plenty top scorers who scored a season 25 o 30 gols. Lima might be only this season good and the next avarage , like Nene who was a avarage in Brasil but a top scorer in Portugal but only for 1 season now back to noting special in Serie A
Lima is playing better then last year.Lima dont caugh my eye really even last season in International level , who caught my eyes was Matheus , damn fast with good technique knocked out Arsenal all alone but dont know how he is doing now in Ukraine
This is just bullshit. Braga, Vitória de Guimarães, Marítimo and Nacional are always on a descent level over the years. In spain there are only 2 clubs playing for the titel, In England aswel, In Germany also 2 (mainly just Dortmund), in Italy just 2 aswel so im guessing by your statement that all those league suck aswel? Besides that your point isnt even true, last year Coritiba (8th) finished with 57 points. Corinthians became champions with 71 points, so where exactly was Coritiba fighting for the championship? Vasco was only in the race and maybe Fluminense (3rd, 63 points).in Portugal are only 3 big teams recently Braga is also a good team but in Brasil there are at least 8 teams almost in equal level that are fighting for the championship and in total at least 10-12 good teams of 20 teams
This point you made, isnt really a good one imo, each team in Brasil plays 38 games in Serie A. Plus with all extra championships they have there fatigue will become a issue. So if a club becomes champions with a couple loses, that doesnt suprise me at all. They play a lot more matches, so that doesnt proof much.
Agree, both on the statement that Ligue 1 is a difficult league to score, and Holland the eassiest. Imo players who score 20+ goals now and days in the Portuguese league are very good strikers. Look at Falcao one of the best strikers in Europa scored at his highest 25 goals (in 28 matches) in the Liga Sagres. He isnt doing that much worse in Spain, 21 goals (in 28 matches). The fact is, if you score more then 20 goals in the Liga Sagres your going to do good in other leagues aswel. Nenê never really got a chance in the Serie A (Brasil). In Brazil every player like to score, in Portugal its far more tactical and forwards will get the ball if there is a chance. So maybe thats why some Brazilians strikers have a good year in Portugal.
This is just bullshit. Braga, Vitória de Guimarães, Marítimo and Nacional are always on a descent level over the years. In spain there are only 2 clubs playing for the titel, In England aswel, In Germany also 2 (mainly just Dortmund), in Italy just 2 aswel so im guessing by your statement that all those league suck aswel? Besides that your point isnt even true, last year Coritiba (8th) finished with 57 points. Corinthians became champions with 71 points, so where exactly was Coritiba fighting for the championship? Vasco was only in the race and maybe Fluminense (3rd, 63 points).
Luisito wrote:ok sorry for going off topic by the way cant we add SS for Lima ? I just watched some videos of Lima he remind me very much to Deivid from Flamengo (ex Sporting,Bordeaux,Fenerbahce player) Deivid also has a hard shot and scored some nice distance gols , Deivid is also a player that played in many different posicions in his career but still his main posicion is CF.
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