Stéphane Sessègnon

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Stéphane Sessègnon

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 12, 10:09

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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby conker8 » 2010 Dec 13, 20:13

Updated: DEF:60 - BAL:80 - TS:83 - DS:86 - CURL:76 - AGG:84 - MENT:72 - TW:77 - COND:6 - CONS:5 - Outside* added - Cards added.
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby fan-messi » 2010 Dec 16, 09:58

it must have s17-elastico because he used it on several occasions
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby Fiddy » 2011 Jan 28, 20:31

moved to Sunderland i guess ;)
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby WHUfan » 2011 Nov 02, 17:56

Thoughts on adding Long Ranger? He does seem to love having a pop at goal from most ranges and angles and is certainly not shot shy. Also, as a side note, he could probably use SS added as he has been playing there a lot this season and the end of last.
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby Mr. Evans » 2011 Nov 07, 19:58

Done.
thor34 wrote:JUMP: 80/81/82. Digestible methionine and leap up to splice the header. From what I saw the half-length coat will easily to Angeleri.
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby KeyserSoze » 2011 Nov 07, 22:17

He needs CF as a position. He has played sometimes as the lone striker for SAFC and he is more than competent in that position.
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby Mr. Evans » 2011 Nov 08, 00:01

Tbh I think the role he played was more of a SS role (as in just a attacker) than a real centre forward role..
thor34 wrote:JUMP: 80/81/82. Digestible methionine and leap up to splice the header. From what I saw the half-length coat will easily to Angeleri.
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby Fiddy » 2011 Nov 08, 00:05

m i the only one who thinks he is stronger than this? damn! for his height/weight, he is really strong and stands up well against bigger oppennents....a 81 would be good i guess.
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby Mr. Evans » 2011 Nov 08, 00:12

Yeah I agree with you, done.
thor34 wrote:JUMP: 80/81/82. Digestible methionine and leap up to splice the header. From what I saw the half-length coat will easily to Angeleri.
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby Yazid » 2012 Jan 14, 23:22

Could do with an update, has been immense for sunderland this season. DA +1 and Balance +1 are my suggestions.
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby Mr. Evans » 2012 Jan 21, 23:43

Gave him an update. Thoughts are welcome.
thor34 wrote:JUMP: 80/81/82. Digestible methionine and leap up to splice the header. From what I saw the half-length coat will easily to Angeleri.
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby KeyserSoze » 2012 Jan 21, 23:56

Just one thing... Does he really deserve such a value in DEF? With 62 he's over Bosingwa and Clichy, and Sessegnon has never played as SB... Just a thought.
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby Mr. Evans » 2012 Jan 22, 00:00

Yeah I share the same thoughts as you but I was hesitant to touch it as I don't know what value to put him on. Think he's more in the 53-56 region.
thor34 wrote:JUMP: 80/81/82. Digestible methionine and leap up to splice the header. From what I saw the half-length coat will easily to Angeleri.
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Re: Stéphane SESSEGNON

Postby BigStu » 2012 Apr 01, 20:35

updated
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Re: Stéphane Sessègnon

Postby Christiancito » 2013 Sep 02, 22:00

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Re: Stéphane Sessègnon

Postby jurgens » 2013 Nov 06, 02:55

Whats up with his def/sta? Could have sworn they were much higher, guy works his fucken ass off.. pivotal part of his game not in the set.
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Re: Stéphane Sessègnon

Postby PIPA23 » 2013 Nov 10, 16:49

almost winning goal against Chelsea ...

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Re: Stéphane Sessègnon

Postby BigStu » 2013 Nov 10, 21:05

wasn't me who lowered def....
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Re: Stéphane Sessègnon

Postby reQ » 2014 Oct 14, 23:14

this combinations of TS, ACC, DS, BB, BC, DA, passing and ATT makes him just to one of the best players
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