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Alexis Sánchez

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 11, 10:57

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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby bitz » 2008 Dec 15, 19:38

Is his first touch that good to be worthy of 87? A great first touch comes through experience. I just find strange that a 20-year-old has such an amazing first touch. And we are not talking about Messi here ;)
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby jmg721 » 2008 Dec 16, 01:22

bitz wrote:Is his first touch that good to be worthy of 87? A great first touch comes through experience. I just find strange that a 20-year-old has such an amazing first touch. And we are not talking about Messi here ;)

He is pretty smooth on the ball. It does tend to stick to his boot a bit. I'll watch him some more and see if I have any suggestions ;)
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby pedala robinho » 2008 Dec 25, 18:19

Isn't this stats a bit overrated? I mean, when I saw him playing he doesn't looked that special.
I'd decrease his TEC to 85.
Acceleration can go down to 87 too, or even 86. I don't feel he have that burning acceleration.
What about Agility? Marko Marin (suggestion: 91) seems to be more agile than Alexis, or at least on pair.

So, my suggestions:

Acceleration: 86~87
Agility: 91
Dribble Speed: 87
Technique: 85
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby DeFrenZ » 2008 Dec 25, 19:53

I agree :D
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby jmg721 » 2008 Dec 25, 20:31

Sanchez is deserving of having the highest agility value in the Serie A. As far as the Marin comparison, I personally think Sanchez is more agile, and I don't know if the 91 agility for Marin will go through. TBH, you South American and Portuguese fans have a better idea of rating an agile player. What do us Serie A guys know :P

I do think that he is more agile than Serie A's top agility guys...
90: Ezequiel LAVEZZI, Fabrizio MICCOLI
89: Sebastian GIOVINCO
88: Antonio DI NATALE, Foggia(once he gets updated).

I can't say that for sure for Marin.

I agree his agility should be between 91-93....but I don't have as much knowledge of the higher agility guys in other leagues to say for sure what value.

I agree with the rest of your suggestions 8-)
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby pedala robinho » 2008 Dec 26, 22:28

So, what about 91~92 to Sanchéz and 89~90 to Marin?
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby jmg721 » 2008 Dec 26, 23:48

Updated!! 8-)
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby Alex_10 » 2009 Mar 06, 19:44

WFF 5 for sure
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Apr 12, 20:09

Updated Agility due to "Serie A Agilty Revolution"
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby nico90 » 2009 Apr 13, 13:50

I suggest SP 83
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Apr 15, 09:54

Balance: 73(using ladder)
Short Pass Accuracy: 74
Short Pass Speed: 74
Long Pass Acc.: 75
Shot Power: 81 - keep it here as his FK and shot attempts were generally lacking power.
Free Kick Accuracy: 73 - something to keep an eye on. W/o D'Agostino or Di Natalie..he was the 1st choice FK taker....Short and Long. Only on he went for goal went into the wall.
Team Work: 71 - to compensate for lowering the passing, and he is not ALWAYS taking on the defenders. He likes to distribute as well :ugeek:
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby Dino » 2009 Apr 15, 20:28

Agree
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby KeyserSoze » 2009 Jun 22, 17:18

I think his Team Work should be around 70-75, because, at least, he tries to press the opposition defense and recover the ball. But no more than that; he's sometimes very selfish.
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby DeFrenZ » 2009 Jun 22, 18:54

MaxPower wrote:I think his Team Work should be around 70-75, because, at least, he tries to press the opposition defense and recover the ball. But no more than that; he's sometimes very selfish.


That is MEN...
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby KeyserSoze » 2009 Jun 22, 19:19

DeFrenZ wrote:
MaxPower wrote:I think his Team Work should be around 70-75, because, at least, he tries to press the opposition defense and recover the ball. But no more than that; he's sometimes very selfish.


That is MEN...

It's 68; i would put it in 72-23 instead.
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby DeFrenZ » 2009 Jun 22, 19:21

You didn't understand. I meant that the qualities you used for TW are instead governed by the MEN stat.
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby KeyserSoze » 2009 Jun 22, 19:27

DeFrenZ wrote:You didn't understand. I meant that the qualities you used for TW are instead governed by the MEN stat.

I've got it, you're right.
So his MEN are correct IMO.
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Jun 23, 00:12

MaxPower wrote:
DeFrenZ wrote:You didn't understand. I meant that the qualities you used for TW are instead governed by the MEN stat.

I've got it, you're right.
So his MEN are correct IMO.

hell, mentality could go up a little really, 75/76
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Re: Alexis SÁNCHEZ

Postby brazilianpesfan » 2009 Sep 10, 18:41

Rfuna wrote:hell, mentality could go up a little really, 75/76


agree with Rfuna...after seeing him against Brazil yesterday,He looks to be a dribbling and pace right winger...I think his stats are accurate...only some points need a update IMO.

Position: WF*
he's more a right winger than a wide RSS.I'm not sure about his other positions.


Defence: 40-41
MEN: 75
he doesn't track back a lot...in maximum in the midfield line...IMO.

Agression: 84-85
He's not afraid to dribble the defenders.

TW: 71
He's selfish,but not 68.With 68 he'll never pass the ball ;)

*Side (Not Totally Sure about this :roll: )
Always running in the wing,doesn't go too much to the centre.

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