SPECIAL ABILITIES: ★ Dribbling ★ Tactical Dribble ★ Reaction
PLAYER INDEX CARDS: P03 - Trickster P05 - Mazing Run P09 - Incisive Run S07 - Shoulder Feint Skills S08 - Turning Skills S13 - Step On Skills
(S01 - Marauding, for older PES versions) ATTACK/DEFENCE AWARENESS: OFF
Infos & Explanations
Well..here you go guys, my very first set, of the Tunisian Sensation, Youssef Msakni. He always was a good player in the league, but he recently shined at the African Cup Of Nations, being Tunisia's best player by far, showing that no matter the who he is playing againt, Msakni, ball in feet, in simply a wizard. Msakni plays mainly as an Offensive Midfielder but can also operate on the wings with great efficiency, his sudden bursts, his twisty turns, his body Feints and his movements on the ball makes of him quite dangerous for any defenders. He is so confy and elegent on the ball, dribbles whenver he wants, wherever he wants, whoever he wants and however he wants. At first glance, his DA/Tech ratio might seem a bit high for some, but his close controle and his 1st touch are simply stunning. Those of you who watched him recently, will really be surprised by the talent and potential he has.
Despite being technically impeccable, there are a few aspects in his games which need an improvment. While being a decent passer, his team-mates understarding is just average, i believe he needs more time to become this team player and a better passer of the ball. This being said, Msakni with his talent and self confidence, has become one of Africa's hottest youngsters, being already linked with clubs like Lille or Espanyol, it seems that he won't be for long in the Tunisian Pro League, he'll go to europe sooner than later...A True Talent To Follow guys!
Pier Luigi Italian journalist of "LA REPUBLICA" wrote: "The Tunisian team has its Messi, his name is Youssef Msakni. He is 21 and playing in Esperance. In Tunisia, he is nicknamed the "Young Mozart". During the match between Morocco and Tunisia, he signed an anthology aimed at eliminating three Moroccan defenders and beating goalkeeper almost Moroccan. He made us think about Lionel Messi. "
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I had the chance to watch him against Gabon, and despite the defeat he was still among the best for Tunisia (in fact, players like Chikhaoui really disappointed me). I can't say I absolute support the set, as that's the only time I've seen him playing. However, I'll try to test him with Tunisia to make suggestions. The cards are well awarded as well; he's really sneaky and hard to mark.
Well Chikhaoui for example, had have a lot of injuries lately, he is not half the player he was a couple of years back, a real shame Back to the topic, Msakni, as you said, is very sneaky and hard to mark, he is already a good player, but he can turn out to be an amazing one if he keeps it this way. And thanks for the support mate
@ The Blue Devil, thanks man and yeah, Darragi is in my agenda @MaxPower, well Jemal's PSD set is quite good i believe, Mayuka got recently updated and it works well in game...same goes for the rest of the lsit the mention, the only one i'd change would be Manucho (who's alwayz been underrated imo), i made some suggestions in his topic...but interested in a collab on him mate?
MaxPower wrote:I had the chance to watch him against Gabon, and despite the defeat he was still among the best for Tunisia (in fact, players like Chikhaoui really disappointed me). I can't say I absolute support the set, as that's the only time I've seen him playing. However, I'll try to test him with Tunisia to make suggestions. The cards are well awarded as well; he's really sneaky and hard to mark.
I'm with MaxPower, though this set is much better than the current one, no doubt.
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