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Romelu Lukaku

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Sep 29, 12:01

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Note: These are temporary stats, they will be given a revise in the middle of the season to enpicture Lukaku even clearer.

Romelu Lukaku is Anderlecht's big (really, he is!) coming star. Just 16 years of age and he's already catching minutes every week, starting in Anderlecht's last game against Germinal. Many have compared him to Drogba and the likeness in playing style is really frightening, the young Belgian perhaps having even more potential than the Chelsea star.

With his 190 centimetres, 94 kilograms and shoesize 49; Romelu is a monster physically. He can barge almost any player off the ball and doesn't have trouble handling physically present centrebacks. Even though he has this pure strength, he'll have to get more experience to use his bodyside more efficiently though I'm sure this will come with time.

Not only is Lukaku a really strong athlete, he also has the finishing skills and functional technique that go with top class young talents. In front of goal, he's absolutely lethal (hence the star) and I believe he could even get higher if I didn't try to be so careful with the ratings of his finishing ability. He also has quite a good header for a kid his age, although his size does help him an awful lot in this. His first touch is also very good and as I said, he has great functional technique. You won't see him dribble past 5 men but he can trap a ball very well and has the ability to round a goalkeeper or defender on his way to goal.

Highlights Anderlecht - Germinal; Lukaku scores the only goal
Goals Anderlecht - Mouscron; Lukaku scores the winning 1-2
Goal Lukaku vs. Zulte Waregem
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby Fiddy » 2011 Dec 27, 19:49

and Tech was 81...but we all agreed that it was high, his touch is quite awefull, i guess 77/78 would do it.
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

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with these goals and these movements fell in love with Chelsea, try and say
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby KeyserSoze » 2012 Jan 21, 14:47

He needs a boost in TS. He takes some time to get pace (relatively low ACC), but when he reaches it he's almost unstopable. For example, today he matched Kyle Naughton's pace (TS 88) when facing him a couple of times. Maybe 87 is a good number for Lukaku in TS.
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby Mr. Evans » 2012 Jan 21, 14:56

You're right, it's been like that every time he plays. Though I'd also lower his ACC by one or two points.
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby KeyserSoze » 2012 Jan 21, 15:45

Yep, there's a bigger gap in TS/ACC. I'd say TS 87 ACC 81 is the deal.
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby CHarper » 2012 Jan 21, 21:51

I saw him in a few races against Norwich.
It takes time to reach its maximum speed.
I agree with TS: 87 and ACC: 81.
hopefully have more opportunities with AVB.
He is lacking confidence.
For while this adjustment would be good
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby Kerry » 2012 Jan 30, 22:50

Why does he lack the *1-on-1 Finish star?
I wasn't a follower of him in his Anderlecht days but, is he THAT agile? He didn't play much with Chelsea but he didn't show anything worthy of a yellow.
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby BigStu » 2012 Jan 31, 15:19

becuase the editor sometimes glitches and sometimes doesn't add/delete the card/star
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby Kerry » 2012 Jan 31, 17:25

He deserve the star/card 1-on-1 finish. Why did you remove it?
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby BigStu » 2012 Jan 31, 17:29

because that was the intention when 1 on 1 scoring was removed
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby Mr. Evans » 2012 May 12, 15:43

Well that's a whole year he'll never get back..
Hope he gets loaned out next season, preferably to a Eredivisie side.
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Postby tuco55 » 2012 May 12, 15:58

Mr. Evans wrote:Well that's a whole year he'll never get back..
Hope he gets loaned out next season, preferably to a Eredivisie side.

Yeah, I thought that would happen. It's a shame but he's young enough to get back up and running. Feyenoord maybe ?
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Postby Jez » 2012 May 12, 16:00

What was the point in keeping him all season if he wasn't going to play? He's gone from world prodigy to nobody in a year. Poor management from Chelsea's perspective
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby tuco55 » 2012 May 12, 16:05

Well it stopped anyone else from buying him. :lol: I don't think the 'New Drogba' tag helped either. It was probably Drogba's continuing good form that hindered him.
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Postby Jez » 2012 May 12, 16:14

It's not often I say this about an opposition player, but I was actually quite excited to see him this year :|
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby Kerry » 2012 May 12, 16:15

He forced the club not to loan him. He wanted to be a first-team player without any stress or hard work.
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby Mr. Evans » 2012 May 12, 16:20

tuco55 wrote:
Mr. Evans wrote:Well that's a whole year he'll never get back..
Hope he gets loaned out next season, preferably to a Eredivisie side.

Yeah, I thought that would happen. It's a shame but he's young enough to get back up and running. Feyenoord maybe ?

Yup, luckily he's very young. Feyenoord would be great. With him replacing Guidetti, they could possibly suprise in the qualification rounds and claim a CL spot.

@Jez
That's what you get with an extreme short-term mentality. No room for grooming young players here.. But I still have a little bit of hope left.

@Alex
I think it was more the fact of him not wanting to join a Championship side or a PL side fighting against relegation. And I completely understand that.
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby BigStu » 2012 May 12, 16:25

tuco55 wrote:Well it stopped anyone else from buying him. :lol: I don't think the 'New Drogba' tag helped either. It was probably Drogba's continuing good form that hindered him.

he couln't go out on loan under fifa rules, we tried to loan him out in jan
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby Mr. Evans » 2012 May 12, 16:29

BigStu wrote:
tuco55 wrote:Well it stopped anyone else from buying him. :lol: I don't think the 'New Drogba' tag helped either. It was probably Drogba's continuing good form that hindered him.

he couln't go out on loan under fifa rules, we tried to loan him out in jan

You sure Stu? Why wouldn't he be allowed to move?
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Re: Romelu LUKAKU

Postby Jez » 2012 May 12, 16:31

Mr. Evans wrote:I think it was more the fact of him not wanting to join a Championship side or a PL side fighting against relegation. And I completely understand that.


Ahh, the egos of today's youth players, fantastic.

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Really? What rule is that?
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