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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby FDA192 » 2008 Dec 13, 14:01

Isn't it time to update this guy? He's been outstanding in every game he played, and has almost every week made the team of the week on his RB-position. Especially his crossing needs BIG updating: he's been the most consistent crosser in years, probably since Beckham! Looking at his stats now, you would say he's OK, but not more than average. He's absolutely brilliant in crossing! I believe 83 for LPA and 85 for LPS would be more up to date, but really still underrated.

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 13, 14:24

yeah his crossing is underated but i'm not sure about

"83 for LPA and 85 for LPS"

but he does need to go up

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby jmg721 » 2008 Dec 13, 14:48

Paddy wrote:yeah his crossing is underated but i'm not sure about

"83 for LPA and 85 for LPS"

but he does need to go up

Exactly what I was going to say :P

Attk/Def/agg 75/68/84 (In looking at Belhadj, Bosingwa is 1 better in attack, def & agg. Does that sound right? I never thought of Bosingwa a good defensive "attacking" SB
Response: 76 (is he that bad? I think if we lower his def a couple, we could raise his response a few. Unless he gets caught un in a attack far too often?)
Curling: 71 (this effects quality of crosses also. I feel he has better swerve than this)

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby FDA192 » 2008 Dec 13, 16:34

Agreed. His curling shoud massively improve as well, I'm talking about low 80's.

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby pob26 » 2008 Dec 13, 17:11

I'd say he's far more agile than 80 too. I'd give him between 84 and 87. How about 76 for curling, 78-80 for response. If 83 and 85 are too high for crossing how does 82 and 81 sound?

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby FDA192 » 2008 Dec 13, 18:15

I really believe 83 and 85 aren't too high: too low maybe, but no way too high. He's been massive, the best right-back of the season so far, and especially his crosses have been outstanding. Probably the most consistent crosser since Beckham.

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Dino » 2008 Dec 14, 00:56

FDA192 wrote: the best right-back of the season so far,

*cough*Maicon*cough*

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Vranny » 2008 Dec 14, 03:19

I can't quite remember what I stuggested for crossing on the old site, but I think something along the lines of LPA: 83, LPS: 81, Curling: 79 would be good.

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby FDA192 » 2008 Dec 14, 08:42

Pazza Interista wrote:
FDA192 wrote: the best right-back of the season so far,

*cough*Maicon*cough*


I haven't seen Maicon play a lot, but indeed I've heard he's also been fantastic so far. Anyway, I meant he best RB in the EPL.

@Vranny: Those stats still make it seem he's just above average for crossing. I don't know how many times you've seen him play, but he deserves far better than that.

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby TheTrueSeto » 2008 Dec 14, 12:08

Agree that curling,agility and long pass stats need updating

I think DA could go up by a few points as well, he is better than that in close control

DS should be 89/90, he is quick with the ball

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Brezza » 2008 Dec 14, 18:51

Great Player, definitely the best right back in the league at the moment. I think this lad has everything a right back needs to be successful. He's adapted to the Prem so quickly, which tells me he is fast, strong, brave and confident.

I agree with the suggestions and reasoning in this thread so far, Id personally go with

Defence: 65
response: 80
Agility: 82
Dribble accuracy: (not sure, maybe raise by two points ) I don't think his ball control is this much worse than Eboue)

Long Pass Acc.: 83
Long Pass Speed:83 ( Can whip them in with good pace and curl so a bit more than 81 imo)

Curling: 79

Im also unsure about his speed. No doubt that hes quick but im not sure that his ts and acc should be balanced like this. i think builds up to his top speed a bit slower than Mendy who i think is a bit faster . Id knock acceleration down by two ;)

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby RB7 » 2008 Dec 18, 20:30

Brezza wrote:Great Player, definitely the best right back in the league at the moment. I think this lad has everything a right back needs to be successful. He's adapted to the Prem so quickly, which tells me he is fast, strong, brave and confident.

I agree with the suggestions and reasoning in this thread so far, Id personally go with

Defence: 65
response: 80
Agility: 82
Dribble accuracy: (not sure, maybe raise by two points ) I don't think his ball control is this much worse than Eboue)

Long Pass Acc.: 83
Long Pass Speed:83 ( Can whip them in with good pace and curl so a bit more than 81 imo)

Curling: 79

Im also unsure about his speed. No doubt that hes quick but im not sure that his ts and acc should be balanced like this. i think builds up to his top speed a bit slower than Mendy who i think is a bit faster . Id knock acceleration down by two ;)


I agree with everything except DA, he's really clumsy at times.. one point up the max IMO
The rest has my agree there. He really needs an update.

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby fishdalf » 2008 Dec 21, 07:49

Raised Agility, LPA, LPS and Curling.
Although for me at least 3 of those values need to be higher. I'll come back to him when i have the time.

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby fishdalf » 2008 Dec 28, 22:39

Surely his aggression has to be higher, he gets down the wings more than most midfielders.

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 28, 22:42

bernard mendy is on 80. and he gets forward more than Bosingwa.

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby fishdalf » 2008 Dec 30, 16:28

Bosingwa usually spends more time in the opposin ghalf than he does his own. :shock:

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby RB7 » 2008 Dec 30, 17:10

fishdalf wrote:Bosingwa usually spends more time in the opposin ghalf than he does his own. :shock:

True and the truly great part in him is that he can defend effectively too..
I'm thinking of raising defence a bit TBH.. if Abel has a 70 he should get a 69 at least..

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 08, 17:45

He's looking much better now, aggressive, fast, great crosser. I could easily see his defence going up 1 or 2, perhaps 1 would fit the ladders a little better.

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Re: José BOSINGWA

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Jan 08, 21:54

No that we've made a lot of stats higher I'd like to propose reducing his body balance, nothing drastic but maybe put him at 78 which means he'll be on par with Evra.

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