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Ki Sung-Yeung

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Apr 04, 16:38

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby ominho » 2011 Jul 27, 12:37

He plays DMF for NT.
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pikathunder wrote:Formation:

4-1-4-1

--------------------JUNG S.R.

------------HWANG J.W.--LEE J.S.
----CHA D.R.----------------------HONG C.
----------------------KI S.Y.

-------------KOO J.C.----LEE Y.R.
----LEE C.Y.-----------------------KIM B.K.
--------------------PARK C.Y.

GK: Jung Sung Ryong
RB: Cha Du Ri
RCB: Hwang Jae Won
LCB: Lee Jung Soo
LB: Hong Chul
RMF: Lee Chung Yong
RCM: Koo Ja Cheol
DM: Ki Sung Yeung
LCM: Lee Yong Rae
LMF: Kim Bo Kyung
CF: Park Chu Young ©
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Cold_Mac » 2011 Sep 18, 20:58

In urgent need of an update.
Will post that tomorrow, when slept over the nightmare of the second half today.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2011 Sep 19, 13:28

I look forward to seeing them.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Cold_Mac » 2011 Sep 19, 20:25

Stamina: 81 - he usually tires badly torwards the end of the game and does not keep his game up over 90 minutes.
Dribble Accuracy: 84-85 - very close ball controll without fancy tricks. Can keep the ball under pressure.



Short Pass Accuracy: 81 - difficult to rate because he literally never plays a through pass and mainly let the ball circle in the team. He is brillant at doing this and very good at dictate the tempo of his team but with higher stats it would imo result in having him too often on the assist list. He has so far only 1 assist and did not have much more in his past season as well to justify my argument.
Short Pass Speed: 82 - very quick, curling passes not an inch above the pitch.
Long Pass Accuracy: 85 - very accurate and one of his strongest points. Delivers the ball from one side to the other with much more precise passes than any other player in the SPL(probably excluding the man of glass, Jamie Ness)

Shot Accuracy: 78-80 - amazing accuracy from distance. He really aims his shots. Has so far 3 goals scored without kicking the ball every time he has him in desperate need of a goal.


Shot Power: 83
Shot Technique: 78 - again, look at his goals

Technique: 82 - Could be raised as well but his first touch is some kind of inconsistent so I would prefer to keep it at this level.

Mentality: 79 - has bite in his play but if his team sinks he does not turn up his game like Scott Brown as a prime example does.

Teamwork: 84 - very good understanding and anticipation sense towards his team mates. Would increase his ability to circle the ball well and this is what he does best.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2011 Sep 19, 21:30

I'll get them updated ASAP.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby KeyserSoze » 2012 Aug 24, 22:19

He's joined Swansea City:
http://www.swanseacity.net/news/article/ki-signs-333112.aspx
Awesome move by The Swans (a record fee for them!!).
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2012 Aug 26, 00:06

Good move for both sides I think. Swansea have got a player who should fit in well, and Celtic have got good money for a player - although young and talented - never quite blew away the SPL.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Kerry » 2012 Aug 26, 09:34

Both Wikipedia and the official club site say that his name is Ki Sung-Yueng. Heard that he's going to get the number 11, since Sinclair is very close to leaving.
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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby PIPA23 » 2012 Oct 31, 21:09

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby vinnie » 2012 Nov 01, 03:00

thanks, i'll change it. added pic.
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Re: KI Sung-Yeung

Postby QPRS » 2012 Dec 26, 16:29

add dmf. He plays as a dmf in NT and sometimes in swansea.
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Re: KI Sung-Yeung

Postby Pablinsky » 2012 Dec 28, 18:14

He ended up the season with a passing succes rate of 92.6% and agree with DMF, he played in the NT like 4-6 times already...

I want to suggest a small raise in his passing stats and extras

SPA 81->83
SPS 82->85
LPA 85->86
LPS 82->80 (I do not see so much speed in his crosses...)
STA 81->83 (He does run a lot in games and with his response will represent him better in pes)
TW 84->85/86
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Re: Ki Sung-Yeung

Postby yuliancho » 2013 Feb 01, 20:44

Please correct his name Ki Sung-YUENG. Others call him "YONG"

See his Twitter official account → https://twitter.com/KiSungYueng1

http://www.skysports.com/football/player/0,,11787_380707,00.html

The Swansea official page has his name wrong.
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Re: Ki Sung-Yeung

Postby dk1177 » 2014 Jan 12, 01:54

Has been the 'key' player of Sunderland. Think he needs an update in his passings stats, ATT/DEF, and maybe DA/BC.
But I'm not sure the value he deserves. Any ideas?
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Re: Ki Sung-Yeung

Postby PIPA23 » 2014 Jul 20, 22:41

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Re: Ki Sung-Yeung

Postby aimar16 » 2014 Sep 09, 13:36

Insane through/long ball to Son, too bad he couldn't finish it off properly.

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Re: Ki Sung-Yeung

Postby dk1177 » 2014 Sep 09, 15:21

It's time for him to get his stats updated. He has shown bunch of abilities in Passing, Ball Keeping, and Defending and so on. Great Player, and I'm looking foward the extent to which he can develop. I'm not sure about the exact values he deserves, anyway he needs massive amendment.
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Re: Ki Sung-Yeung

Postby limited8 » 2015 Feb 02, 07:47

Ki needs a serious update. His stats are seriously outdated...

His pass accuracy is currently one of the best in the Premiership and has also improved significantly
in body balance, header, defence and stamina since his loan spell at Sunderland.
He can also play as a central defender when his team needs him to.

One of the best central midfielders this season.
His performance this season has shown that he should be compared on the same level as Matic, Schneiderlin.
Has led his nation to the finals as a captain through the Asian cup, showed the whole world what a player he is.

Height : 187 -> 191 (has grown 5cm since his time in England. Official information from the player himself and the Korean press.)
Weight : 79 -> 82

Defence: 61 -> 66
Header : 74 -> 77
SPA : 81 -> 84
Shot Accuracy : 78 -> 75 (his attempt on shot and accuracy has decreased a lot since he played in the Premiership)
Place Kicking : 82 -> 79 (He doesn't go for a direct shot anymore...and honestly never scored with a direct free kick throughout his carrer)
Ball Control : 82 -> 85 (Always comfortable in any situation with any kind of pass he recieves)
Explosive Power : 77 -> 80 (Seems slow and isn't that fast, but he has the explosive speed to burst through the defence occasionally)
Body Balance : 78 -> 84 (He never falls, and never loses balance even against Jedinak, Fellaini, Matic and other beasts)
Stamina : 81 -> 85 (Has played full time in almost every game, has played almost the longest minutes in his club and national team)

Overall Stats: 82 -> 85~86

Reasonable? any arguments?
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Re: Ki Sung-Yeung

Postby dk1177 » 2015 Feb 02, 09:11

I've watched his whole Asian cup performances, and I can say he is the best Asian Midfielder currently. His main strengths are Ball keeping (which DA indicates) and Passes. All the Passing stats needs to be updated at least 2-3 points each, and for his DA, I suggest 86-87. He rarely loses his ball and his ball keeping skills are surely the top level in EPL. For his BC, I think it's fine with this value coz he sometimes fails to trap the ball at the very comfortable level.
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Re: Ki Sung-Yeung

Postby reQ » 2015 Mar 10, 11:24

set needs some tweaks, at least DMF have to be added also as his natural position.

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