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Aaron Ramsey

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 10:57

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 24, 09:53

I also agree, I mentioned it awhile back also. I would go with pietja's initial suggestion of a 70 though. He shows decent enough accuracy but can be a bit erratic and lack composure at times, in general though he's got a decent shot on him. The current 67 has him on par with John Obi Mikel :D

His WFF could probably be bumped to 6 couldn't it? He's quite decent with it and uses it often enough to pass or shoot.

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby kendees » 2009 Dec 31, 11:38

Brilliant goal yesterday, wonderful strike!

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby BigStu » 2009 Dec 31, 11:52

On the subject of Mikel SA, he is overated, I have never seen him a shot on target, which a 67 makes him occasionals do

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby kendees » 2009 Dec 31, 14:18

Aaron definitely needs increase in his shot accurary, I think 70-71 is fair, very fair.

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby monKevski » 2009 Dec 31, 14:30

After the last games yes and like deity86 I would gave him a 6 in WFF, but also one in WFA. His passes and shots with his left foot are quite accurate, just look at the goal yesterday, very well placed. ;)

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby monKevski » 2010 Jan 04, 21:49

Now, after watching the last games where Ramsey played I think his Dribble Accuracy could go up. Actually I see him DA>DS or at the same value, he doesn't so much space to run with the ball. Ramsey can do a good amount of steps in a short time, sometimes he also sets nice dribbles to pass the opponent. I'm thinking about 81, equal with his Dribble Speed, but rather an 82 he seems quite good in ball controlling in my opinion.

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby pietja » 2010 Feb 20, 11:11

What about that 70 SA and 6 WFF/WFA? Very fair update don't needing much discussion IMO.

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby WayneThePayne » 2010 Feb 27, 19:01

Terrible leg break just now, Eduardo-like unfortunetly.

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby deity86 » 2010 Feb 27, 19:14

You could just see his leg didn't look right.. :| Hopefully it's not too lengthy an injury lay off, just as he's started to prove himself a bit more in the first team. Get well soon.

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby Fevernova » 2010 Feb 27, 19:15

He´ll be out for at least the rest of the season. Horrible!

Hope he get back on his feet soon.

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby Ken » 2010 Feb 27, 19:49

Not again. Damn it ! First it's Birmingham now it's Stoke. Don't they have any player to break their leg but Arsenal's ? :evil:

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby deity86 » 2010 Feb 27, 20:13

Not forgetting Abou before both of them against Sunderland which was a horrible tackle, might not have looked as bad but he was still out for something like 7/8 months if I remember rightly.

Sad day for an extremely talented young man. From now on if there's anything else to be said it should be done in the Premier League thread so we don't clutter this one up.

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby Jez » 2010 Feb 27, 23:02

Makes me feel ill when I see a guys leg hanging like that :|

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby kendees » 2010 Feb 28, 11:28

I was looking forward to make an update, but I feel it's not neccessary when he's injured now. Get well soon, Aaron! :)

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby pietja » 2010 Feb 28, 12:02

Well hell yeah kendees! Let's just leave his stats wrong until he gets better! Or wait, let's leave them like this like 6 months after his come back so he can remain untouched for the next 2 years, yey! So we could all play this little role-playing game where player won't be put on the field in pes if he's severly injured IRL. That's the best fricking idea I heard for ages dude!

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby kendees » 2010 Feb 28, 12:29

Hm.. you're probably right, he'll be out for maybe a year and after that when he'll return the 1st post won't be updated, because mods will say i's too early to make an update after a year of not playing. So before we'll close this thread, some changes would be made:

Shot accurary: 72
Shot technique: 73
His shooting is pretty good IMO for a midfielder of his age. He scores a couple of goals and he's definitely on high level in terms of shooting.

Aggression: 76-78
Aaron really likes going forward, 74 is really low.

Mentality: 83
He's damn hardworking player, he works hard on the field whole the 90 minutes.

I'm very disappointed by his injury, can't wait to see him on the pitch again.. :(

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby deity86 » 2010 Feb 28, 13:09

For his SA I disagree. Nothing has really changed my mind since we agreed on a 70 awhile back though that could probably be bumped to a 71 (I know it's only one less than your suggestion but I don't see him being on par with Diaby for pure accuracy). Not too sure on a ST raise, he can get a lovely clean connection at times but also shows the opposite just as often.

Fully agree on an Aggression raise, I think I mentioned something awhile back either in here or somewhere else (or I'm just imagining things :D). He does like to get forward quite frequently and can be a danger when he does with his vision and passing combined with the mentioned good - though inconsistent - shooting ability. I'd probably split it right down the middle of your suggested range and give him a 77.

Mentality I'm really not sure on. I don't see him being on par with the likes of Song and Gavin McCann to be honest. He does have a tendency to drift in and out of games which can in part be put down to a lack of experience or command on a game. He doesn't really strike me as the most hard working player though he does put a good shift in.

Also just to reiterate it, WFF should go to a 6. WFA to 6 is a possibility also.

Kev mentioned it awhile back but his DA could have scope to be bumped. He has fantastic control of the ball and also in tight spaces though an 80 isn't exactly a bad value. I'd leave this one for now, there's no point updating things for the sake that we won't see him for a while (which I'm not suggesting we're doing).

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby Tom » 2010 Mar 01, 20:08

Ken wrote:Not again. Damn it ! First it's Birmingham now it's Stoke. Don't they have any player to break their leg but Arsenal's ? :evil:


Luka Modrić? Djibril Cissé? Alan Smith? I'm sure all of the above would look at your post with scorn.

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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby pietja » 2010 Mar 15, 20:03

pietja wrote:What about that 70 SA and 6 WFF/WFA? Very fair update don't needing much discussion IMO.


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Re: Aaron RAMSEY

Postby Josh » 2010 Mar 15, 20:21

Yeah needs updated with those stats, though SA could even be 71-72.

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