Samir Nasri

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Samir Nasri

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 10:52

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Flamboyant young attacking midfielder, Nasri is regarded as an excellent prospect for his national side, he made his international debut in March 2007 at the age of 19 and has won 7 caps and scored 2 goals for France {prior to the start of Euro 2008}. Nasri plays club football for French Ligue 1 side Olympique Marseille where he is a key player and a fan favourite. He has made excellent progress over the last two seasons and was named as the French Ligue 1 player of the year for 2007, as well as Marseille’s player of the year for 2007. Nasri has impressive technical ability, pace, vision and provides a creative spark in the midfield.

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby qwerty » 2009 Sep 22, 14:21

i also think he derservers about 80 in ST, and i also belive he derservers 79-80 in balance cus he is pretty small but strong for his size..

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby kendees » 2009 Sep 22, 16:05

He's 22 years old.

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby pietja » 2009 Nov 05, 17:26

What you guys think about something like this:

P05 – Trickster
S02 – Passer
S06 – Outside Curve
S14 – Quick Turn
S17 – Elastico
S20 – Scooping

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby kendees » 2009 Nov 05, 18:41

Elastico? I don't think so.
Trickster? Maybe.. but hard to say, I would think more about Mazing run.

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby pietja » 2009 Nov 05, 21:49

Huh? He did this trick quite a few times, what makes you say he doesn't deserve it? I also thought about replacing trickster with mazing run, but eventually ended up proposing the first one and hoping for other people to have their say.

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby s-cobar » 2009 Dec 15, 11:23

Did he really played as a CF against Liverpool?

Sky germany said something like this

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 15, 11:54

Nope ;) Arshavin played the majority of the match through the middle. Nasri played in one of the SS/advanced AM roles, though obviously as with all our players they interchange positions during the match.

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby s-cobar » 2009 Dec 15, 12:00

is that what you said, everyone at Arsenal all play.

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby pietja » 2009 Dec 24, 15:25

Strange you guys didn't gave him Scooping, I definatelly saw him doing it quite a few times.

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby sowizz » 2009 Dec 27, 15:44

Guys on which position you play with him? Dunno if it's my fault or not but with those stats he never looks similar in game as in real. He loses the position, passes are really weak. And take a look at today's performance, he can dribble between 3 players, stay, on his legs, pass really accurate with enough of strength of them.

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby kendees » 2009 Dec 27, 20:21

I agreed with Scooping, I think it could be added.. yes :)

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby BiG TeL » 2010 Mar 20, 19:58

Deity, could you add Scooping please? Also, what about SS?

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby MarcusAurelio » 2010 Mar 30, 13:21

I'm not sure, but to what conclusion have we come about SS?

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Oswaldo » 2010 Apr 02, 10:50

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby sunnykhandelwal5 » 2010 Apr 21, 02:29

he doesnt play left side. He only plays to the right. That is why Nasri and Fabregas dnt start together in Central midfield. Diaby plays centre and Nasri moves up front to SS on the right. And I think, I'm not sure, but I think main position should be CMF. Coz in his time at Arsenal, he's been most effective there.

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby sunnykhandelwal5 » 2010 Apr 21, 02:38

i just noticed that he doesnt have SS. Agree with Big Tel, he plays SS for Arsenal. There is just no question of any discussion about it. In the Arsenal formations page, the 3 upfront are CF, SS and SS. Nasri as started for a majority of the season at Right SS, (though I must say he's not been that effective there...)

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby chanman » 2010 Apr 21, 06:58

sunnykhandelwal5 wrote:i just noticed that he doesnt have SS. Agree with Big Tel, he plays SS for Arsenal. There is just no question of any discussion about it. In the Arsenal formations page, the 3 upfront are CF, SS and SS. Nasri as started for a majority of the season at Right SS, (though I must say he's not been that effective there...)


Yes he does need it and your right he hasn't been that effective there this season. Funny he isn't too effective there in-game. I think he is better in the middle of the pitch as a CMF or AMF.

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby HENRY14EVER » 2010 May 12, 11:09

He Never convinced me as a player wit TS 84 and ACC 88, I think he is way overrated here
I don't believe he is as fast as Malouda (TS 84, ACC 85), he is way slower and could be an 82 & 84 for TS & ACC respectively, max

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby Paddy » 2010 May 12, 12:41

I've said that somewhere on the forum as well so I'd be inclined to agree with you.

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Re: Samir NASRI

Postby deity86 » 2010 May 12, 14:18

I could agree that he's not necessarily that quick over distance but his Acceleration is surely better than an 84 suggests. If memory serves me right, I think I've got him on TS: 83, ACC: 86. Over short distances he's got a deceptive burst of pace and he can leave players for dead though he inevitably can be caught not long after when it comes to an outright race.

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