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Jermaine Jenas

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 17:35

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby Tom » 2009 Dec 03, 17:08

His Header should be a low 70, he isn't anything special.

His Shooting stats could go down, and his Aggression could go up slightly.

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 04, 16:21

GoonerLover66 wrote:I think there's a fair arguement to reduce Jenas' Attack slightly, but I wouldn't raise Jenas' Defence by much - his tackling can be woeful, kind of Scholes-esque.
GoonerLover66 wrote:His Header should be a low 70, he isn't anything special.

His Shooting stats could go down, and his Aggression could go up slightly.
What were you thinking of for his Attack?

So, how does Header: 71 and Aggression: 80 (level with Diaby) or maybe 81 at a push? Also what were you thinking of for his shooting? Values man, values! Don't be such a n00b! :D

Btw, I've updated the previous suggestions that we agreed on.

Alf Ramsey: "I'll be watching you for the first 45 minutes and if you don't work harder I'll pull you off at halftime."
Rodney Marsh: "Crikey Alf, at Manchester City all we get is an orange and a cup of tea."
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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby Tom » 2009 Dec 04, 16:34

I'd probably only reduce his Attack to a 74, 73 at a push. I haven't really found an issue with the A/D ratio.

Yeah, those Header and Aggression values seem fine.

His SA could be a 73 (For his current value to be 3 points below Rosicky is just wrong) and his ST a 74. He's not anything special in his shooting at all.

And have I mentioned anything about his Dribbling stats? :?

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 04, 16:44

Well, in asking if you've mentioned anything of his dribbling stats that qualifies as you mentioning his dribbling stats :D But other than that I don't think you have.

Alf Ramsey: "I'll be watching you for the first 45 minutes and if you don't work harder I'll pull you off at halftime."
Rodney Marsh: "Crikey Alf, at Manchester City all we get is an orange and a cup of tea."
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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby BiG TeL » 2009 Dec 05, 14:20

Why is LPS higher than LPA?

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 05, 15:24

Sorted, I must've edited the wrong one by accident ;)

Alf Ramsey: "I'll be watching you for the first 45 minutes and if you don't work harder I'll pull you off at halftime."
Rodney Marsh: "Crikey Alf, at Manchester City all we get is an orange and a cup of tea."
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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby Tom » 2009 Dec 06, 09:18

deity86 wrote:Well, in asking if you've mentioned anything of his dribbling stats that qualifies as you mentioning his dribbling stats :D But other than that I don't think you have.


Okay then. I'm not under the belief that his ball control when running with it is this good, nor do I believe that he's this slow on the ball. So I reckon we can reduce the former and increase the latter. In fact, I suppose we could just swap round the numbers :lol:

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 06, 10:04

So that would leave us with..

Attack: 74
Dribble Accuracy: 79
Dribble Speed: 82
Shot Accuracy: 73
Shot Technique: 74
Header: 71
Aggression: 80

Alf Ramsey: "I'll be watching you for the first 45 minutes and if you don't work harder I'll pull you off at halftime."
Rodney Marsh: "Crikey Alf, at Manchester City all we get is an orange and a cup of tea."
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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 07, 22:56

Anyone else got anything to add before he's updated? ;)

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby Tom » 2009 Dec 08, 19:32

deity86 wrote:Anyone else got anything to add before he's updated? ;)


Bingey bingey bingey.....

Nah, on a more serious note I'd like to raise his Consistency by 1 pont ;)

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby BigStu » 2009 Dec 08, 19:45

agree with you cons 4 is too low

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 08, 21:25

Also agree and updated. Now isn't this a happy and agreeable thread we have right here? :D

Alf Ramsey: "I'll be watching you for the first 45 minutes and if you don't work harder I'll pull you off at halftime."
Rodney Marsh: "Crikey Alf, at Manchester City all we get is an orange and a cup of tea."
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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby Tom » 2009 Dec 08, 21:33

Maybe that's because there are two people, occasionally a third, discussing the stats between themselves. Yet look at what we've done - we've pretty much given Jenas a complete tune up and overhaul.

And they say that democracy is crucial to society....

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby BigStu » 2009 Dec 08, 21:36

a case of "two many cooks spoil the broth" it seems

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby Tom » 2009 Dec 08, 21:48

Chelseakid08 wrote:a case of "two many cooks spoil the broth" it seems


As evident by every Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus, Internazionale etc. thread that we have ever seen :lol:

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby Jez » 2009 Dec 11, 08:03

GoonerLover66 wrote:
Chelseakid08 wrote:a case of "two many cooks spoil the broth" it seems


As evident by every Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus, Internazionale etc. thread that we have ever seen :lol:


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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby Paddy » 2010 Mar 25, 17:03

He really shouldn't have Condition: 7

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby Paddy » 2011 Mar 15, 00:09

Really seems like a new signing of late, quality control and seems to be playing a lot deeper.

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby Mr. Evans » 2011 Nov 07, 19:41

I'm skeptical on his STA, speed stats and whether he should have Box to Box.. thoughts?

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Re: Jermaine JENAS

Postby BigStu » 2011 Nov 07, 20:27

he shouldn't he was this good a few years back but faded into obscurity

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