Timm Klose

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Timm Klose

Postby PES Stats Database » 2011 Aug 22, 22:03

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Re: Timm KLOSE

Postby Malakayi » 2011 Aug 25, 11:16

here's a pic, forgot to put it in my original post

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This set reflects my impressions of Timm Klose from the 3-4 games I saw him play until now, it isn't accurate yet I guess but the player seems to be a regular now instead of the yet-injured Nilsson and there was no set so I made one. I hope in the coming weeks and months the community is able to sharpen out Klose's stats to a more realistic degree.

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Re: Timm KLOSE

Postby s-cobar » 2011 Aug 25, 14:30

we don`t use Pics anymore.

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Re: Timm KLOSE

Postby Maz3r » 2011 Aug 25, 16:19

I don't know if anyone of you has seen a game of him. I think most stats are ok, we have to see later in the season, but in my first impressions he is really fast, his acceleration must be about +5 points higher and his TS about 2-3 points.

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Re: Timm KLOSE

Postby braindead » 2011 Nov 08, 01:51

pretty awful this season response seems to high for me maybe 78/79 would be more appropriate

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Re: Timm KLOSE

Postby Maz3r » 2011 Nov 08, 07:30

He's playing a good first Buli season. One goal against, that truly was his fault, is no reason to say he's playing a bad season.

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Re: Timm KLOSE

Postby braindead » 2011 Nov 08, 14:54

maybe i was a bit to harsh, he played mediocre the first 4 or 5 games but since 6 or 7 games nürnberg played not good but in the defense imo he's the worst, chandler and wollscheid and pinola ,if he plays, are far better and I think he is to good in Response

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Re: Timm KLOSE

Postby Hayame » 2012 Aug 05, 18:01

need some changes. I also se him a bit faster than this. Acceleration should be above Top Speed. Response is a bit to high. Same for Attack, Header and Jump. Stamina, Mentality and Teamwork need standards.

My suggestions:

Attack: 59
Stamina: 75
Top Speed: 77
Acceleration: 79
Response: 78
Header: 81
Jump: 76
Mentality: 73
Teamwork: 74

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Re: Timm KLOSE

Postby Malakayi » 2012 Oct 21, 20:55

Klose's passing is better than current values, he's no Badstuber but a decent passer, also his long passes are somewhat accurate yet slow. I don't know if ATT has to be lower than low 60's, he's not totally useless like Per Nilsson for example in that matter. Also we should think about his speed since I personally doubt that the current TS/ACC ratio is right for him, I don't see ACC higher than TS with him. Another thing is Klose's Mentality, I see it in greens, he has a good fighting spirit and keeps up his head in all situations. Response could also come up, he is very attentive and quick to react when defending. I suggest the following:

TS 78
ACC 76
RES 80
SPA 74
SPS 75
LPA 77
LPS 74
MEN 78

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Re: Timm KLOSE

Postby Hayame » 2012 Oct 27, 16:56

Updated.

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Re: Timm Klose

Postby Malakayi » 2012 Dec 28, 16:11

I watched Timm Klose very closely this season and his performances have been absolutely amazing considering his team and colleagues. ^.^ I have some suggestions for a big update since there are some wrongly weighted values in his set. Last season he lost his place as a starter to Nilsson but after the departure of Wollscheid he keeps getting better and better.

DEF 79 -> 79 ...he isn't the best tackler around so I want to keep his old value.
HEA 81 -> 84 ...strong header, always dangerous at set pieces.
DA 71 -> 73 ...surprisingly adept dribbling for a man of his height and agility.
SPS 75 -> 77 ...loves to play his passes with good pace...
LPS 74 -> 79 ...same for his long balls.
SA 65 -> 62 ...below average.

RES 80 -> 82 ...good anticipation, able to intercept a lot of passes and is quick to react to lose balls.
EP 69 -> 67 ...highly unagile. :)
DS 70 -> 72 ...doesn't lose much speed with the ball at his feet.
TS 78 -> 76 ...not that fast.

BB 85 -> 86 ...slightly stronger.
JUM 76 -> 80 ...strong in aerial challenges, can jump despite his height.

ATT aw 2 -> 1 ...no interest in joining attacks.
Form 5 -> 6 ...proved himself to be very consistent.
TW 74 -> 83 ...biggest change imo, Klose has stepped up, he became more confident and commanding. Surprisingly good at organizing his back line given the fact that he has never been like that since he joined Nürnberg. His positioning is also greatly improved, he realizes where he's needed e.g. when a SB isn't around he closes the gaps that have been caused by it. Considering that Nürnberg has the 6th best defense of all 18 clubs as measured by the amount of goals conceded (22) it's greatly thanks to the new improved Timm Klose.

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Re: Timm Klose

Postby Karbrüggen » 2012 Dec 29, 13:39

Malakayi wrote:TW 74 -> 83 ...biggest change imo, Klose has stepped up, he became more confident and commanding. Surprisingly good at organizing his back line given the fact that he has never been like that since he joined Nürnberg. His positioning is also greatly improved, he realizes where he's needed e.g. when a SB isn't around he closes the gaps that have been caused by it. Considering that Nürnberg has the 6th best defense of all 18 clubs as measured by the amount of goals conceded (22) it's greatly thanks to the new improved Timm Klose.


defense chief and stabilizer of Nürnburg. Like ur TW suggestion, he seems very communicative.
He could get also D-Line control

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Re: Timm Klose

Postby Hayame » 2013 Jan 05, 23:15

Updated. For D-Line Control I would wait a bit more.

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Re: Timm Klose

Postby KeyserSoze » 2013 Jul 01, 14:29

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Re: Timm Klose

Postby GullyGod » 2013 Aug 28, 11:36

His dribble style in his main pic looks like 3. :)

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An ah bun back fire
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Long time dem nah like mi
Di tings dem transpire but Jah is my everythin an I am mek mi higher
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