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Attack: Has the best positional sense out of the majority of the fullbacks, but nowhere near as good as Santos or even Uğur. Very inteligent positional sense for a fullback though.
Defence: Reliable to a certain extent. He isn't great at marking or closing down the opposition, but rarely makes embarassing mistakes that lead to goals. He's practically one of the fullbacks in the league that was able to keep Keita quiet throughout 90 minutes.
Balance: Doesn't really bounce back off people like Vederson and stands more tall against the opposition than Santos. I'd say he's roughly on par with Emre.
Stamina: At the moment, he is on the decline and isn't the most athletic fullback you'll see. Doesn't really run back and forth along the left flank, but still seems to sweat like a pig towards the end of a game.
Top Speed: Quick, not really bullet quick. He can easily keep up with the majority of wingers, but wouldn't be able to outrun Distin or even King.
Acceleration: Quicker on the straights.
Response: When he first arrived to the club, he was soo attack minded that his reading of the game seemed to revolve around dribbling and shooting, but he's looked to overcome his rather poor concentration. Because of the rather defensive nature of Turkish football, he's had sharpen his reflexes and work on his defending and by gosh darn it, he's done so!
Agility: Incredibly tricky to slip past in close quarters! It's the main reason why Roberto was able to stop Keita from doing his job. He forced Keita to play by the byline and was able to avoid gettin' dummied by him. It's the main reason why I think he deserves the card.
Dribble Accuracy: Kick and run dribbler, nothing more.
Dribble Speed: On the ball, he seems to be quicker
Short Pass Accuracy: Comfortable passer of the ball, but I don't rate him as highly as Semih or Baroni. Generally speaking, he keeps it short and safe.
Short Pass Speed: Doesn't put alot of power in his passes.
Long Pass Accuracy: Can be rather hit or miss at times. Don't really rate him higher than Vederson.
Long Pass Speed: Crosses like he shoots. Doesn't pack as much power though.
Shot Accuracy: Averages quite a high number of goals, but needs far too many attempts on goals to score.
Shot Power: Nowadays, any keeper with even remotely good reflexes would be able to deal with his shots. His shots don't really whiz by keepers like they use to. His shots aren't necessarily easy to grasp, but they can be easily parried.
Shot Tecnique: What technique?
Free Kick Accuracy: His attempts will either bounce back off the wall or hit the target, nothing in between. I'd say he hits the target on 1 in every 3 chances he has tries his luck. Put a 5 man wall in front of him and there's no chance of him scoring!
Curling: Impressive, to say the least! When he does wants, he can put more spin and dip on the ball than anyone else.
Header: Somewhat capable of heading the ball, but I wouldn't put my money him scoring with his head.
Jump: I seriously don't rate him higher than Vederson or Gökhan. Carlos really doesn't have the same spring in his jump like he use to. I've decided to raise it slightly because of the future updates I'm thinking for Vederson and Gökhan.
Technique: Tantalizing good! Roberto's first touch is amongst the best in the team. Has anyone seen the video? He sort of does a seal dribble using his feet rather than his head!
Aggression: I've been caught in two minds over this one While he does actively get forward sometimes, he'll often stay glued in his own when faced with tricky right wingers. Against arsenal, he didn't move forward at all! Walcott run him ragged so he decided to avoid getting outrun by Walcott. Didn't make much of a difference, but that's old story now He's done this when faced with Arda, Keita and etc.
Mentality: Like I said, he's been extremely laid back for the past season and a half Seems to have a big grin on his face when he scores or when the team are winning, but can't stay motivated enough to come back from losing situation.
Team Work: From the get-go, Roberto settled in well at the club. Works very well with the defence and is rarely the person who breaks the offside trap. He does try his luck from distance quite often, but the card should deal with that