Gelson Fernandes

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Gelson Fernandes

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 17:55



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Balance
At first he seemed like a purely destructive player – not a bad thing, in the post-Makelele Premier League. His size (not quite Yaya Toure but certainly no Stephen Ireland) dominates opposition midfielders and has settled in well with the physicalities of the Premier League.

Stamina
Gelson's energy levels are unlike anyone else at City. A comparison is often made, quite wrongly, with a windup toy: Fernandes never slows down and never needs re-winding

Dribble Accuracy
His weakest asset, his ball control often leaves much to be desired. The deficit is truly shown when he's paired with Didi Hamann (who's ball control is really quite decent). It's rather odd though, because there are occasions when his first touch itself looks inspired. It's something of an anti-climax when you see him trying to run on the ball

Aggression
Towards the dying months of last season, he expanded his sphere of influence beyond the centre circle and deep into opponents' halves. He has scored as many as Stephen Ireland and Michael Johnson last season. And has proved that he has been even better at Gerrardian runs into the box than the master of the Steven Gerrard impression himself, Michael Johnson.


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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 21, 15:20

he's actually pretty fast, and he's not a bad dribbler either, does anyone have any suggestions for him?

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby Tom » 2008 Dec 21, 16:27

Paddy wrote:he's actually pretty fast, and he's not a bad dribbler either, does anyone have any suggestions for him?


These were only created as a temporary solution to Young_Gun_UK setting up a thread that requested him. So they were posted just to keep him quiet, and for there to be something in the first post.

I've made some changes.

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 21, 16:35

what'd you update?

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby Tom » 2008 Dec 21, 16:36

Paddy wrote:what'd you update?


You posted whilst I was making the changes ;)

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 21, 16:39

i'd thought since you said "I've made some changes." they were done, guess i was wrong, i'll check them out

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby Tom » 2008 Dec 21, 16:41

Paddy wrote:i'd thought since you said "I've made some changes." they were done, guess i was wrong, i'll check them out


BTW, I'm quite unsure on his Technique value. I personally think it should be higher, his first touch is quite phenomenal at times. I'm thinking an 84, possibly?

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 21, 16:42

in what i've seen he hasn't been that bad of a dribbler.

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby Tom » 2008 Dec 21, 16:46

Paddy wrote:in what i've seen he hasn't been that bad of a dribbler.


Oh God he is, Paddy, he really is awful in his ball control. City fans often accuse him of panicking on the ball when dribbling, and say that he kicks it too far when running with it.

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 21, 16:50

GoonerLover66 wrote:
Paddy wrote:i'd thought since you said "I've made some changes." they were done, guess i was wrong, i'll check them out


BTW, I'm quite unsure on his Technique value. I personally think it should be higher, his first touch is quite phenomenal at times. I'm thinking an 84, possibly?


yeah his touch is very good, and about panicking, yeah he does but he's not horrendous with it, he was quite good today with it, and he showed how he isn't always like it, maybe its consistency. also i think his DS could be 80

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby bald777 » 2009 Jan 03, 19:17

i think balance and stamina might be overrated a little bit.

i don't think he is as strong as saha or wes brown. it's true that he is physically capable in the league, but i think if you drop it to maybe 82 he will still be in the same bracket as stephen reid and mascherano (who i feel are probably stronger than him anyway but underrated themselves in this area).

also, considering that he hardly plays a full 90 minutes for city (although fair play to him, he is quite active for most of his duration). maybe 84 which is still decent but not amongst the fittest players in the prem.

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby juve2008 » 2009 Jul 11, 19:02

He needs to be move to AS Saint-Étienne
Source: http://www.asse.fr/index.php?page=detail_actu&id=4562

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby Skyhook_01 » 2009 Jul 14, 22:08

juve2008 wrote:He needs to be move to AS Saint-Étienne
Source: http://www.asse.fr/index.php?page=detail_actu&id=4562


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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby Re-arranged » 2009 Jul 15, 15:28

Good move for Les Verts.

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby ballack13 » 2010 Oct 15, 22:58

74 dribble accuracy strikes me as very harsh. Honestly he seems quite tidy on the ball. I think lower then 77 or so is tough on him. Also he seems quite agile, I really think he can have yellow for agility.

for balance..is he really this strong? He's not the biggest guy, pretty skinny actually.

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby KeyserSoze » 2012 Jan 05, 18:57

Returned to Saint-Etienne from Leicester, but he was inmediately loaned to _ita Udinese Calcio.
http://www.udinese.it/ENG/script/view.php?id=1107

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby PIPA23 » 2012 Jan 06, 07:49

move to Udinese, n.6

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby FernandoA13 » 2012 Jul 04, 08:49

Sporting Clube de Portugal meu amor / Working on new sets and updating Liga Sagres
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Re: Gelson FERNANDES

Postby estrabiku » 2012 Dec 22, 22:46

loaned to FC Sion

http://www.fc-sion.ch/index.php?r=site/ ... culture=fr

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