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Shinji Ono

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 10, 21:13



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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby Shubitidze » 2009 Jun 24, 11:46

Most often injured player I can remember ;)... Definitely C! Played less than 2000 min in three (!) seasons for Bochum.

Played in last 3 seasons overall only 3 (!) matches over full 90 min for Bochum. How to picture this? COND max. 5, STAM maybe 73?

I think TECH could be a bit higher as he has outstanding abilities here: 85.

I would guess that his speed is due to his injuries much lower than his stats here. Can't remember having him seen really running ;). Maybe ACC/TS 74/76. Or do I have the wrong impression of him here?

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby calleklein » 2009 Jun 24, 15:10

updated, but i still think he is a bit faster than suggested.
About his speed qualities...let's wait and see how he is doing next campaign.

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby Malakayi » 2009 Jul 29, 12:56

Did he really became this bad since he played at Feyenoord? What a shame, back then he was a great player =(

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby BECKS23LA » 2009 Jul 29, 12:58

yes he was, he had great passing as i remember!

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby Shubitidze » 2009 Jul 29, 13:31

He is just not only often but nearly always injured:

08/09 19.04.2009 till 23.06.2009 Innenbandriss
08/09 02.03.2009 19.03.2009 Viruserkrankung
08/09 16.10.2008 14.11.2008 Sprunggelenksverletzung
08/09 05.10.2008 15.10.2008 Magen-Darm-Grippe
08/09 28.08.2008 01.09.2008 Grippe
07/08 31.03.2008 27.04.2008 Knöchelverletzung

He should have INJ=E ;)

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby Helios » 2010 Jan 10, 15:13

He is back to his home City Shizuoka.

Move him to Shimizu S-Pulse please. ;)

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby deity86 » 2010 Jan 10, 15:35

Moved ;)

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby Ajacied_Breda1 » 2010 Feb 04, 17:20

Isn't he kinda better than these stats suggest? I don't remember him being this bad for Feyenoord...

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby Jez » 2010 Feb 04, 17:31

Haha, great first touch, but then can't do anything with the ball after :lol:
You're right though, he was a decent player for Feyenoord. Was their main man from what I remember although I could be wrong. I don't watch Japanese football regularly so I can't really comment on what he is like now, but these are some really low stats like you say..

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby Fides » 2010 Feb 04, 20:17

He was a good playmaker at Feyenoord, but that was like 6-8 years ago.....

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby Ajacied_Breda1 » 2010 Feb 04, 20:58

One can't convince me he declined THAT much since those days, when he was just 23/24 years old. Whilst he may have declined that much physically, he never was and never will be a stupid player in team-moves and I am pretty sure he still has that killer end-ball and superb vision in his system.

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby Helios » 2010 Oct 22, 13:55

A value or two were quickly adjusted while I was building the ladders but it's time to re-do the stats and give him an urgently needed update.

Attack: 70

I don't see how's he is inferior to Endo (who has 76), I'd go for a 75 since he is played CMF.

Defence: 67
While he had shown a good involvement at defensive tasks, such value might undermine his attacking potential, a 63 is more suitable since he is placed in a relatively deep position anyway at club's level. (It indirectly favors defense).
Stamina: 79

He can play full games and finish them at a pretty good shape, I can understand this rating a couple of months ago (originally had a 75/76 in his Bundi set) but now I would go for a conservative 80 as he is fully fit again. We shall see by the end of the season if it needs a further increase.

Top Speed: 76
Acceleration: 77
Response: 78

Seems fair to me for now. Probably the areas where he declined the most. I'd just make it the other way around. (acc/spd).

Dribble Accuracy: 77
Dribble Speed: 77

He is a great dribbler, not the guy who *runs* with the ball looking for 1 Vs 1 situations with defenders, more of the guy who dribbles to retain possession of the ball when pressured and make a pass in a good condition (TD), default rating of 84 is fair, 1 point bellow Honda and Nakamura. I'd also lower his DS to 75/76.

Short Pass Accuracy: 79
Short Pass Speed: 78
Long Pass Accuracy: 75
Long Pass Speed: 78

Well, even the 15 years old Ono was a better passer than this...In the fact, no one can rival his passing skills in the league except perhaps the two Nakamura (Kengo & Sunshuke) and Endo. A small touch of his feet and it's a 1-on-1 situation with the GK for his teammates, just like that, as simple as it's written..How could he even possibly have the playmaking star with such a limited passing stats ? His playmaking skills are as good as they used to be if not better thanks to his valuable experience !!

Shot Accuracy: 70
Shot Power: 81
Shot Technique: 73

Well his shots (especially from distance) are deadly accurate yet quite powerful. Look at his goal in the highly entertaining game vs Kashima this season :

One of the cleanest strikes you'll get to see on a football pitch. Even if Sogahata was given a second chance right after this one, he probably won't be able to stop it. That was a laser-guided missile. :mrgreen:



Do you think he would be able to score such a lob just using his outside with a 70 in SA ?



Free Kick Accuracy: 70

Ono is a nice dead-ball specialist who scored several FKs during his career which makes him qualify for a 80/81 at least.

Technique: 85

While it's not a bad value, Ono was and still the best technician Japan's ever had, he is clearly above Honda and better technically than what H. Nakata ever was.

Team Work: 77

77 for a maestro of the caliber of Rosicky ? :o I'd go for a 82 since he is still new to his club/teammates but he has already shown he deserves more.

Injury Tolerance: C
Condition/Fitness: 5
Consistency: 5

As someone who has been successively subject to several career threatening injuries, someone who haven't played a FULL season in recent years until 2010, a rating of 4 in condition/C injury is fully justified. He is pretty consistent though.

Weak Foot Accuracy: 7
Weak Foot frequency: 7

Well, he would literally amaze you with his what he can accomplish with his left foot, Ono is a naturally double footed player, but that's so typical of Japanese/Korean midfielders. At the other hand, he doesn't use it as frequently as his regular one.

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby Helios » 2010 Oct 22, 14:13

EDIT :
The set now is in the first post.

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby Fiddy » 2010 Oct 24, 20:08

yeah..seems more reasonable to me ;)

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Re: Shinji ONO

Postby FernandoA13 » 2013 Jan 01, 13:51

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=BizXTttBWs4[/youtube]
WFF seems atleast 7 if you ask me.

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Re: Shinji Ono, Western Sydney Wanderers

Postby Fides » 2013 Feb 06, 10:40

Physically he was never really strong and I doubt he is still this decent at his current age, what can regular viewers of the Aussie league say about this>

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