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José Bosingwa

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby CHarper » 2012 Apr 29, 14:16

Halzer wrote:he needs a slight change IMO

how what changes?, increase? decrease?, I see well, He needs no any changes
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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Halzer » 2012 Apr 29, 14:24

he needs some thing, example side = both
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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Kostaz » 2012 Apr 29, 17:33

He somehow manages to look at his worst when playing at his actual position.
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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Jez » 2012 Apr 30, 13:02

Is he actually capable of playing at centre-half then? :? Didn't get a chance to watch the entire game yesterday so I don't know how he did to be honest
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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Kerry » 2012 Apr 30, 15:23

If you can remember the 1-1 game at White Hart Lane, he actually played at CB and was (surprisingly) a safe defender. I'd better judge him on that game rather than the QPR one, as they weren't a threat for most of the game. He did well though.

I think he played three games in that position if my memory serves me right... I think not.
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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby BigStu » 2012 Apr 30, 16:54

I'll give him the positions, seeing how rubbish his stats are he'll still be useless :P
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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Halzer » 2012 May 01, 19:33

surprised with the new response, SBs have lower response now LOL
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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Jez » 2012 May 12, 16:04

What's with the new Agility rating? It's probably correct it's just I've never really thought of him as someone who's 'unagile'. Maybe given the fact that he's quick it's overlooked? Interesting to see the change that's all
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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby BigStu » 2012 May 20, 09:39

that's the best ive ever seen him play
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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Mr. Evans » 2012 May 20, 09:41

Yup, I was shocked.
EDIT: Jez is right btw, he's not this unagile.
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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby BigStu » 2012 Oct 25, 17:01

Should he have a classic set considering he was once a top player, unlike the useless waste of space that he is now?
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Re: José Bosingwa

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Re: José Bosingwa

Postby VUKDS » 2015 May 14, 11:46

Based on what I've seen vs Serbia, he is much better and calmer defender now. He wasn't going to the attack that much, but defensively was just an excellent. Kolarov didn't have any chance against him.
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