Franck Ribéry

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Franck Ribéry

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 12:52

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describe in my explanations Ribery compared to Robben. They are different types of players but the fact that they both play for FC Bayern and act as a wing tongs, it is in my opinion, the best comparative.

Ribery has probably lost by his injuries, some match practice. he moves at the play without the ball in the offensive not as intelligent as Robben last. Robben takes better routes, uses more space.
Ribery comes from the depths, but prefers to drive the ball. While Robben uses like more the free space and the ball gets into the deep.to use his speed.

That´s an important point, bot hof them are fast as hell. But Robben is a bit faste ron the first steps, also we`ve to consider that Ribery iss maller than Robben. But in the last season it seems that Robben, live by his speed, he has passed away at the defenders with quickness. has used in 80% of his dribbling. Ribery is in a little less speed and just an outstanding ball control that enables him in a confined space, let stand two or three defenders.
ribery has the ball very closely at the foot, as only a few. He is very agile and uses his body smart and useful, furthermore, he uses these skills often enough to pass through two defenders through, in the middle.
both are in love with the ball, the difference is that Arjen like direct takes the way tot he goal, while ribery playful, happy to deliver the show, just to play around yet one more defender. he is aware of its capabilities and strengthen the dribbling and uses them. turns his body into the opponent. indicates presence, using his agility to switch direction. with the close ball control and his speed, it is difficult to comprehend.

behave in front of the goal

In the shooting accuracy not to do Arjen and Ribery a lot. both are very closely for midfield players in conclusion. The difference is how they take the balls and Robben last much more than the conclusion sought Ribery.

Robben takes balls of all situations. he goes from the outside to the center and is looking to conclude with the left. No matter how many defenders there are, or how the angle or distance.

Ribery is different. If he seeks the end, he runs with either a lot of speed in the box, using the back-pass from Müller or Olic and shoots straight, with plenty of power. His shot power is a key point why he is in a position to take happy to balls from the middle distance, they come with a lot of power and a lot of spin on the goal, turn dangerous at a long distance and do not lose speed, which makes it difficult for the goalkeeper to estimate the ball. Last season it was against Hamburger SV this situation, where Ribery took a few steps with the ball and then just once shot - the ball had a lot of speed and a lot of spin, and was unsustainable.

Passing game

Ribery is not a playmaker, he is not like Misimovic, the balls about 20 meters right through the alley, they play to get to the point. yet he is playing ball in the crucial position. the game has changed from fc bayern gaal under van. many balls go over bommel van, to play on the outside to take advantage of quickness, but it is still the case that ribery in the middle and then pulls the ball durchsteckt, likes to müller or olic, short ball through the alley plays.

otherwise it behaves itself in long balls. I would call ribery not as a crossinggod but his long balls from the side are outstanding in the middle. He proved it on the first matchday against Wolfsburg, as he crossed in injury time a long ball with great speed and much curl exactly to the second posts to Schweinsteiger.

corners are a decisive point. van gaal let corners shoot from the left by a right foot. the alternative is Schweinsteiger, the balls with less accuracy and curl but much speed, brings in the middle, thus strong in the air to the strength of the defenders inside can be used. ribery behaves in the different, the balls come with a high speed, but you can see that he places more value on accuracy. The balls come with a lot curl, on teh first post or accuarte on the penalty spot.

The best example is probably the corner against manchester united, when he bringst he corner with an outstanding accuracy, good speed and much curl over the complete defensive of manchester, exactly to the foot of Arjen.

Aggression

I had him one point higher rated than Robben, because Robben also meets Lahm times, the way in their own half found, is closer to his own half to get to balls. Ribery is rather deep in the opponent's half, whether it take the ball directly into the offensive to use the narrow space. ball with his first touch and his response, he is in a position to solve them directly from his opponent to jump near the opponent's goal to create a dangerous situation.

Free Kicks

Also in this case I´ve him one point higher than Robben. Ribery's free-kicks are dangerous, but he`s still not a free kick specialist. he has a lot curl and power in his free kicks, they are dangerous. But not every free kick he shoots is automatically a weapon.

Mentality / Stamina

If he is healthy, then runs ribery in the offensive, is always ready to make a little decision, he has never really tired. it's just that he no player is running after a lost ball great. I would have rated lower if the World Cup would not have been. there he was the only one who had the decency, the French expression jersey thing as intellectual struggle to develop. to run, to be ready to make backwards and fight for the ball.

I currently have him on a level with Robben, if Ribery these characteristics continue to prove, I am willing to revalue its mentality even more


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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby Fides » 2008 Dec 09, 12:55

The 90-94 numbers should be in orange. Thanks for posting it.

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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby CrO_WoNdEr » 2008 Dec 09, 13:06

oh srry I'll change it...
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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby S-J23 » 2008 Dec 21, 14:47

well.. fuck me but I think his speed is currently overrated.. imho the speed ladder is finally getting some real attention and love and understanding and as it stands.. Ribéry is imho very well 'overrated'..

he is fucking fast but his partner on 93 is much faster (González) and there's no way he should be rated above Robben or Lennon or Evra and basically everyone at 92.. so I suggest this slight decrease for the sake of balance perfection..

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby PMC » 2008 Dec 21, 14:54

well he IS one of the quickest footballers in Europe... he ran some amazing times... I'm just not sure if he's really in Kaka's league with DS

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby S-J23 » 2008 Dec 21, 15:16

Kaká's DS league is 96+ and when you've mentioned Kaká.. I feel that he should be indeed closer to that guy.. when it comes to top speed as I do not disagree that he is one of the fastest but is he really that much faster than Ronaldo? (90), Kaká? (91).. I am not sure.. though, after giving it a second thought.. 93 isn't outta hand and there's practically not that much wrong with it.. scrap this suggestion maybe.. still not sure.. ffs :x

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby manutd » 2008 Dec 22, 11:24

I think his speed is overrated too

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby fillerup » 2008 Dec 25, 10:39

from benzema discussion i suggest to increase his SP by 1

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby Fides » 2008 Dec 25, 11:50

For me he's clearly stronger then Messi too

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby Bret_Hart_67 » 2008 Dec 25, 14:23

fillerup wrote:from benzema discussion i suggest to increase his SP by 1

Seems good, I don't think the gap between SCHWEINSTEIGER (88) and Ribéry is worth of 3 points :)

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby Heui » 2008 Dec 25, 15:21

fillerup wrote:from benzema discussion i suggest to increase his SP by 1

done

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby PMC » 2008 Dec 25, 17:43

Fides wrote:For me he's clearly stronger then Messi too



at the same time he isn't as strong as Mutu who's rated at 81

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby fillerup » 2008 Dec 26, 05:01

well then increase mutu

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby TheTrueSeto » 2008 Dec 26, 06:31

How about 80 for BB

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby Bret_Hart_67 » 2008 Dec 26, 10:12

PMC wrote:
Fides wrote:For me he's clearly stronger then Messi too



at the same time he isn't as strong as Mutu who's rated at 81

Don't forget that Mutu is 10cm taller than Ribéry :)

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby fillerup » 2008 Dec 26, 10:44

so 81 then?
also can someone change the color of WFA, condition and consistency plz

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby fillerup » 2008 Dec 26, 11:01

Bret_Hart_67 wrote:
fillerup wrote:from benzema discussion i suggest to increase his SP by 1

Seems good, I don't think the gap between SCHWEINSTEIGER (88) and Ribéry is worth of 3 points :)

lol u go to bayern forum a lot :)

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby PMC » 2008 Dec 26, 17:06

Bret_Hart_67 wrote:
PMC wrote:
Fides wrote:For me he's clearly stronger then Messi too



at the same time he isn't as strong as Mutu who's rated at 81

Don't forget that Mutu is 10cm taller than Ribéry :)


yeah but the difference is that Mutu can actually beat a CB in a physical battle where as Ribery can't...

and Mutu doesn't warrant an increase because he doesn't regularly beat a player in physique

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby Bret_Hart_67 » 2008 Dec 26, 20:45

Well then maybe it's time to decrease Messi balance :o

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Re: Franck RIBÉRY

Postby CHRI$ » 2008 Dec 27, 09:57

S-J23 wrote:Kaká's DS league is 96+ and when you've mentioned Kaká.. I feel that he should be indeed closer to that guy.. when it comes to top speed as I do not disagree that he is one of the fastest but is he really that much faster than Ronaldo? (90), Kaká? (91).. I am not sure.. though, after giving it a second thought.. 93 isn't outta hand and there's practically not that much wrong with it.. scrap this suggestion maybe.. still not sure.. ffs :x


Ever thought about that, that Ronaldo is simply underrated with 90? :roll:

And Ribery is f***ing fast, I have him at TS 94 & DS 95. He's one of the fastest player I've ever seen.

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