Michael Carrick

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Michael Carrick

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Talented holding midfielder, Carrick has won over 10 caps for England at international level. He joined Manchester United in 2006 from West Ham and has played regular first team football since his arrival. During the 2007/08 season he made a good contribution in both domestic and UEFA Champions League competition despite his manager's rotation policy. Carrick has impressive vision, distribution and good positional sense.



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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby HitMan » 2009 Jan 23, 01:29

i think you should take a look at some of carricks goals and shots, IMO his SP at 85 i EXACTLY where it should be !

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Temperate » 2009 Jan 23, 04:25

There's just few cases (if you want to refer to the 7-2 match to Roma), but it's in the past. His recent goals this season prove that he is a good finisher (not outside the box). By the way, you still think his shots are powerful than Tevez?

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby HitMan » 2009 Jan 23, 04:37

well i never said i thought his shots were more powerful than Tevez's but IMO tevez should be at 86 and carrick 85

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby imi » 2009 Jan 23, 06:02

i said that before ( i dunno on old site or new) that Tevez need 86 for SP but i didnt get any point so i thought maybe i did mistake ;)
anyway Carrick SP cannt be higher than Tevez. :)

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Temperate » 2009 Jan 23, 06:11

Then he is on par with Riera at 85. Do you have any explanation for this or just express your idea? I cannot remember the last time he actually produces a powerful shot.

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Jan 24, 23:12

deserves 1pt increase in response. But perhaps lower def a bit.

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Paddy » 2009 Jan 25, 12:49

possibly the best pass i've ever seen.

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby manutd » 2009 Jan 25, 14:16

Temperate wrote:There's just few cases (if you want to refer to the 7-2 match to Roma), but it's in the past. His recent goals this season prove that he is a good finisher (not outside the box). By the way, you still think his shots are powerful than Tevez?

It was 7-1 :roll:

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Brezza » 2009 Jan 25, 15:24

Paddy wrote:possibly the best pass i've ever seen.


I Personally believe he can hit long passes just as well as Xabi Alonso at times, Xabi just does them more frequency and with more pace while Carrick floats them over to players with great precision.

Those recent suggestions about his shooting made my eyes bleed to be honest.

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Brezza » 2009 Jan 31, 22:46

Been really impressed by him this season, used to stay deep all the time but now he comes often much more often like a proper box-to-box midfielder ( but without the pace :P )

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby sticky-fingers » 2009 Jan 31, 23:02

Well i'm pretty agree with the current stats
Except for his Technique, 2 points too high IMO.
He don't deserve more than 84 :?

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Paddy » 2009 Feb 01, 00:01

Brezza wrote:
Paddy wrote:Aggression: 67.... Definately could go up a few points


I don't think so. He can be quite reluctant to make forward runs into the oppositions half at times.


Brezza wrote:Been really impressed by him this season, used to stay deep all the time but now he comes often much more often like a proper box-to-box midfielder ( but without the pace :P )


what did I tell ya brezza? :D

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby choccy » 2009 Feb 01, 04:24

sticky-fingers wrote:Well i'm pretty agree with the current stats
Except for his Technique, 2 points too high IMO.
He don't deserve more than 84 :?


It suits the PL TEC ladder very well IMO.

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Feb 01, 11:40

Brezza wrote:Been really impressed by him this season, used to stay deep all the time but now he comes often much more often like a proper box-to-box midfielder ( but without the pace :P )


Don't get influenced by those little clips on MOTD that say he comes forward like a box-to-box midfielder because he doesn't he still is reluctant to come forward and doesn't get forward as much as Alan Shearer suggests he comes forward sometimes but your still kinda suprised to see him in the box.

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Paddy » 2009 Feb 01, 17:16

he's come forward a lot more than last season this season though.

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Feb 01, 20:38

Yes he has your right there I just think that the MOTD team are exaggerating as he's far from a box-to-box midfielder.

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Brezza » 2009 Feb 02, 09:22

Yeah, Don't get me wrong, Im not one to argue with the immense punditry of Alan Shearer ( :roll: ) but i did go overboard in saying that hes turning into a box-to-box midfielder, but coming forward more is certainly something hes added to his game this season and hes getting better at it everytime i see him.

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby TheTrueSeto » 2009 Feb 02, 09:36

we're gonna need more discussion about agg 70

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby MUFC93 » 2009 Feb 02, 18:06

TheTrueSeto wrote:we're gonna need more discussion about agg 70


his aggression? it should be more than 67 even 70. and he should have *Sliding

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Re: Michael CARRICK

Postby Nathan18 » 2009 Feb 03, 06:21

Vandeach wrote:
Brezza wrote:Been really impressed by him this season, used to stay deep all the time but now he comes often much more often like a proper box-to-box midfielder ( but without the pace :P )


Don't get influenced by those little clips on MOTD that say he comes forward like a box-to-box midfielder because he doesn't he still is reluctant to come forward and doesn't get forward as much as Alan Shearer suggests he comes forward sometimes but your still kinda suprised to see him in the box.

Don't know or care what they say on MoTD (I don't watch it anymore). Carrick has been getting forward far more than he ever has. I'm not sure why that is. He's looking far better because of it, though.

Hopefully he can keep his form up.

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