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Henrique Hilário

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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby RB7 » 2008 Dec 30, 15:58

Probably most of you would think I'm crazy but I'd put him at GK Skills 83.. he was huge for Nacional, it wasn't by luck that he was brought to Chelsea. For most he would be better than Ricardo in the NT.. but the current value is ok, he barely plays anyways.. it's just that he was slightly better there IMO.
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby Tom » 2009 Oct 04, 17:06

There are some really inaccurate stats here that need sorting.

Firstly, his Shot Power is completely wrong. This man can get a superb amount of power and distance behind his goal-kicks and can get surprisingly close to the oppositions box from his own, and a 79 simply isn't indicative of that at all! If anything, he could sit at a mid 80

Secondly, that Team Work value is just wrong. He can, and does, communicate with his back-line and to a pretty decent standard and I'd scarcely say that he's akin to the same kind of communication errors as someone like Carson or Given. Hilario should sit closer to a 78 value in this department.

A similar thing can be said about his Mentality, I can't remember him giving up this easy after conceding. He certainly doesn't have the determination of someone like Cech, but he's no Stephen Bywater! Again, he should sit closer to a 78 in this department.

He also gets a lot more height on his leaps than this, he's not like Marco Ballotta - although Hilario is good at low dives. He's nothing spectacular, but I've thought of Hilario as being closer to an 81/82.

He's also faster than this, more like a 68-69 in TS and a 69-70 in Acceleration.
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby BigStu » 2009 Oct 09, 09:57

i think a general update is in order

Name: Henrique Hilário

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Club: Chelsea FC
Number: 40
Position: *GK
Nationality: Portugese _por
Age: 33 (OCT-21-1975)

Foot: R
Side: B

Length: 188
Weight: 86

Attack: 30
Defence: 82
Balance: 86
Stamina: 68
Top Speed: 69
Acceleration: 70
Response: 86
Agility: 77
Dribble Accuracy:50
Dribble Speed: 52
Short Pass Accuracy: 53
Short Pass Speed: 65
Long Pass Accuracy: 64
Long Pass Speed: 69
Shot Accuracy: 45
Shot Power: 85
Shot Technique: 46
Free Kick Accuracy: 46
Curling: 47
Heading: 45
Jump: 82
Technique: 52
Aggression: 62
Mentality: 78
Keeper Skills: 83
Team Work: 78

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 6
Weak Foot Accuracy: 4
Weak Foot frequency: 4
Consistency: 6

SPECIAL ABILITIES:
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Explanation:

TS/ACCL/SP/JMP/TW/MENT
see gooners post earlier im am just agreeing with him

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Lukasz FABIANSKI, Brad GUZAN, Joe HART, Maik TAYLOR, Brian JENSEN, Boaz MYHILL, Ben FOSTER, Craig GORDON, Carlo CUDICINI, Marcus HAHNEMANN

the playera above all sit on 86 and IMO hilario rexations are at least that good he can make very quick reflex saves and is also is quick to react to those "sudden" shots that often trouble keepers

SPA/SPS/LPA/LPS/FA/CRL
tweaked these just to improve the overall effetiveness of his goal kicks which are actually quite effective

DA/DS
think they could be standardised

GK Skills
his handling is quite good and easily level with the likes of Cavalieri and Foster, he does cathc the ball quite well and tends to hold it and also doesn't punch that much

Consistency
IMO 5 doen't do him justice it makes him too prone to mistakes and bad games which doesn't happen in reality
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby BigStu » 2009 Oct 09, 10:16

if you want explanations ill post up later i got to go shopping :( but its better than being in school (i had only one lesson today)
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby Nefarel » 2009 Oct 09, 13:44

^He is second chelsea goalkeeper.
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Oct 09, 14:57

Chelseakid, you need explanations for your stats, its not acceptable to just post them like that. Furthermore what's wrong with shopping(clothes shopping I take it?) I find it quite enjoyable :D.
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby BigStu » 2009 Oct 09, 15:22

Vandeach wrote:Chelseakid, you need explanations for your stats, its not acceptable to just post them like that. Furthermore what's wrong with shopping(clothes shopping I take it?) I find it quite enjoyable :D.


better?

No it wasn't clothes it was "stuff" shopping at Costco, i hate shopping, i don't like crowds and high noise levels
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby Tiago7 » 2009 Oct 24, 22:38

Chelseakid08 wrote:
Vandeach wrote:Chelseakid, you need explanations for your stats, its not acceptable to just post them like that. Furthermore what's wrong with shopping(clothes shopping I take it?) I find it quite enjoyable :D.


better?

No it wasn't clothes it was "stuff" shopping at Costco, i hate shopping, i don't like crowds and high noise levels


i love shopping i ll go every saturday shopping and buy clothes :D today i bought a Blue and white Jacket :D:D:D:D
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby Paddy » 2009 Oct 25, 19:35

Awh man those colours totally clash!
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby Tom » 2009 Oct 25, 20:22

Chelseakid08, what was the point of posting that set of stats? You've basically taken the suggestions that RB7 and I posted and then put them in a numerical stat form. Why? I know what an 85 for Shot Power would look like in a set of stats! I didn't need a visual image to convey the idea of physically transposing the number I wrote into a set of stats. What RB7 and I wanted was people to state whether they agreed with our values, not for someone to take our values and put them in a set that - other than the suggestions - completely matches the post. There was no point of you producing that set.
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby Paddy » 2009 Oct 25, 20:36

If it makes a difference I'd have his SP on an 84 as I think he can't kick a ball as far as Turnbull can. I do think his Agility, Jump and aggression could be a bit higher too.
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby Rated-R » 2009 Oct 26, 01:13

He is 34 years old

21/10/1975

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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby BigStu » 2009 Oct 26, 09:06

GoonerLover66 wrote:Chelseakid08, what was the point of posting that set of stats? You've basically taken the suggestions that RB7 and I posted and then put them in a numerical stat form. Why? I know what an 85 for Shot Power would look like in a set of stats! I didn't need a visual image to convey the idea of physically transposing the number I wrote into a set of stats. What RB7 and I wanted was people to state whether they agreed with our values, not for someone to take our values and put them in a set that - other than the suggestions - completely matches the post. There was no point of you producing that set.


ok sorry, but in my defence the first post needs a format update as well and posting a set would make it just a case of transfering it into the first post
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby Tom » 2009 Dec 12, 22:28

I forgot about this thread, updated the first post.
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby Kostaz » 2009 Dec 12, 23:36

I think he is also now the 2nd choice goalkeeper.
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby A-SK » 2010 Feb 28, 01:09

some really poor positioning against man city....
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby BigStu » 2010 Feb 28, 09:44

and poor agilty, when he dived he stayed in the same place...
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby A-SK » 2010 Mar 01, 00:41

diving is reflected with jump, not agility ;)
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Re: Henrique HILARIO

Postby Ken » 2010 Mar 01, 19:55

A-SK wrote:diving is reflected with jump, not agility ;)


I thought jump mean jump ? :? Not to mention that they are almost the opposite of each other.

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