Basilio wrote:oh well im not sure on this one, but i see most of players ranked from 80 to 85 being 85 the cannon shooters and 80 the lack of pace ones. You see alustiza is well known because of his screamers, yet we have him on 85, and i thought it was spot on, but is it really ? I mean we look for individualism, but what sort of individualism you get if the difference between alustiza shooting power with marchisio's( not the greatest of example but i hope you get what i mean ) is 1 point ? I also think lower on weak SP players is ideal as it have been agreed within the forum.
lower sp i think is spot on, as you can shoot with a lot of power, with greens and good shooting stats. but you mean using a higher scale as well? i'd agree with that, though it all depends in the player really, for example let's say that alustiza (dont know much of him
but still), say he works perfect, but Marchisio shots have much less power, but work fine with 84, I think that in that kind of cases it's all cool, but for example Ibra, you know he can make the ball cry the shit out, and even if he doesnt shoot like that consistently, you dont get the image of him out of orange region.
88+ rockets shooter, cr7, ibra,
85ish Balotelli, G. Rossi, Negredo, a bit higher people like sneijder.
tatatatata you figure how it goes
Greys- chicharito and raul esque shooters
something like that comes to my mind, though I think Shot power is a value to be tested personally because it is influenced by many things, for example huge SP with low st, is a disastrous combination.
wrong thread, wrong moment though