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Michael Bradley

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 12, 11:11

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Nov 07, 11:52

I probably wouldn't go any higher than those values, but I have absolutely no problem with those kev 8-)

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby Paddy » 2009 Nov 07, 15:17

I think his Stamina could be even higher.

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby ballack13 » 2009 Nov 09, 21:06

Agree with above suggestions except accel. He seems pretty sluggish.

Teamwork, i would go for 80. He is unselfish, seems to click well with other players.

Jump could go up 3-4 points as well.

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Nov 09, 23:09

completed update 8-)

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby s-cobar » 2009 Nov 10, 07:49

I still think that he could go in a green value at attack. Very good positioning also against Stuttgart.

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Nov 10, 07:54

So you would put him on par with:
75:Torsten FRINGS, Daniel JENSEN, TINGA, David JAROLIM, CÍCERO, MANICHE, Zdravko KUZMANOVIC, Mimoun AZAOUAGH, Said HUSEJINOVIC, Alexander MEIER, Arnold BRUGGINK, Dario VIDOSIC, Martin LANIG

And above:
74: Simon ROLFES, Anatoliy TYMOSCHUK, Mark VAN BOMMEL, Arturo VIDAL, Nuri SAHIN, Markus FEULNER, Jan ROSENTHAL, Filip TROJAN, Gal ALBERMAN, Carlos GROSSMÜLLER, Daniel DIDAVI

Just to go by the Buli ladders(not that agree or disagree with your suggestion or how it fits in the ladders)

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby s-cobar » 2009 Nov 10, 07:59

jmg721 wrote:So you would put him on par with:
75:Torsten FRINGS, Daniel JENSEN, TINGA, David JAROLIM, CÍCERO, MANICHE, Zdravko KUZMANOVIC, Mimoun AZAOUAGH, Said HUSEJINOVIC, Alexander MEIER, Arnold BRUGGINK, Dario VIDOSIC, Martin LANIG

And above:
74: Simon ROLFES, Anatoliy TYMOSCHUK, Mark VAN BOMMEL, Arturo VIDAL, Nuri SAHIN, Markus FEULNER, Jan ROSENTHAL, Filip TROJAN, Gal ALBERMAN, Carlos GROSSMÜLLER, Daniel DIDAVI

Just to go by the Buli ladders(not that agree or disagree with your suggestion or how it fits in the ladders)


I think Sahin and Feulner are underrated in his attack values, to all other on 74 - yes Bradley got a better positioning in the attack. Tymo and van Bommel are both much defensive player and comes from the deep. Bradley is a box to box player.

To the guys on 75 - Frings isn`t there anymore - he change his game and is a so damn defensive player now.
I can`t say anything about Jensen cause he never play.
If I look on Jaro, Cicero, Lanig and Azouagh - yes bradley is on par.

Meier and Bruggink are both underrated with 75.

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Nov 10, 08:08

The only ones I'm familiar with are Tymoschuck who does generally play a deeper role, but is really good when playing more advanced and on set pieces. The other one of course is former Fiorentina man Kuzmanovic. I'd have to say that seem pretty similar in the sense of finding space in the attack. Both are young too. It's just hard for me to give a 22 American a 75Att with a 70Def :lol:

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby s-cobar » 2009 Nov 10, 08:14

I don´t look on the age - just on his style of play.

About Tymo and Kuzmanovic it`s difficuilt to say something. Of course I know both of them got class but both of them don´t show it at the BL.

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby Shubitidze » 2010 Feb 22, 03:28

His MENT could easily be something like 83 as he is a real fighter in the defensive midfield, never avoiding a tackling and not giving up during a game.

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby Shubitidze » 2010 Feb 23, 09:22

Updated MENT, added cards. Please discuss these, does he also deserve box-to-box?

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby s-cobar » 2010 Feb 23, 09:32

box to biox is the card he definitley deserves - no discussion - he´s a classical type of player for box to box

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby Shubitidze » 2010 Feb 23, 09:35

What about "Enforcer"? And isn't he capable of playing as a DM?

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby Fides » 2010 Feb 23, 10:04

I think he (used to) play(s) DM in the USA NT.

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby Shubitidze » 2010 Feb 23, 10:14

Added DM and "P10 – Box to Box".

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby nachov » 2010 May 27, 13:10

Can we update Bradley? I feel like he has really improved over the past year.

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby Shubitidze » 2010 May 28, 13:37

I'm just very rarely following Moenchengladbach, so please feel free to post what you would like to update...

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby nachov » 2010 May 31, 00:59

Well I haven't seen him too much in the bundesliga, but seen him play internationally a lot. I feel like his top speed, acceleration, team work and short pass could all improve a few points.

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby ThaReaper01 » 2010 May 31, 01:00

Numbers and descriptions please.

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Re: Michael BRADLEY

Postby the sloth » 2010 Jun 28, 00:52

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