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Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 17:31



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Re: Michael Owen

Postby lfc 4 eva » 2008 Dec 15, 16:54

29 now!!

It only seems like yesterday when he was Englands big hope for the future as well :(

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Re: Michael Owen

Postby Tom » 2008 Dec 15, 19:31

lfc 4 eva wrote:29 now!!

It only seems like yesterday when he was Englands big hope for the future as well :(


Only injuries have hampered him, other than that he's been rather decent at most of his clubs (even with the abismal service at Newcastle). Heck, I was rather unsure why Real Madrid deemed Julio Baptista to be a better replacement for him, he scored 18 goals in one season there.

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Re: Michael Owen

Postby pedala robinho » 2008 Dec 16, 15:31

He loose a lot of his speed due to injuries :cry: ... He is a perfect example of a career destroyed by injuries. Anyways, I think he's more agile than 86... I think in something like 87~89. More an 87, like Reyes and Pato, than a 88 or 89.

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Re: Michael Owen

Postby lfc 4 eva » 2008 Dec 16, 20:20

That was a cue to change his age in the first post also btw ;)

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Re: Michael Owen

Postby GavidTreveguet » 2008 Dec 17, 15:34

pedala robinho wrote:He loose a lot of his speed due to injuries :cry: ... He is a perfect example of a career destroyed by injuries. Anyways, I think he's more agile than 86... I think in something like 87~89. More an 87, like Reyes and Pato, than a 88 or 89.

Hardly destroyed, more hampered. He hasn't really done that bad for himself, considering the injuries he's had. Fair enough, he may have scored more for England, but that's about it.

He's had a good career, one of my favourite players.

I'd like to suggest giving him the 1-on-1 scoring star. He rarely misses when he's through on goal. Thoughts?

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Re: Michael Owen

Postby Tom » 2008 Dec 18, 09:40

GavidTreveguet wrote:
pedala robinho wrote:He loose a lot of his speed due to injuries :cry: ... He is a perfect example of a career destroyed by injuries. Anyways, I think he's more agile than 86... I think in something like 87~89. More an 87, like Reyes and Pato, than a 88 or 89.

Hardly destroyed, more hampered. He hasn't really done that bad for himself, considering the injuries he's had. Fair enough, he may have scored more for England, but that's about it.

He's had a good career, one of my favourite players.

I'd like to suggest giving him the 1-on-1 scoring star. He rarely misses when he's through on goal. Thoughts?


I thought he already had the star :? An awful lot of his goals come from 1-on-1 situations, his goal on the weekend was sort of one too, and I personally believe that he's the main candidate for recieving such a star. If you look over at his Real highlights, you'll see that he scored so many 1-on-1's that it looks like they are repeating the same highlight :D

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Re: Michael Owen

Postby fishdalf » 2008 Dec 21, 09:20

One of the most obvious additions ever, updated.

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Re: Michael Owen

Postby 21-Lucas-21 » 2009 Jan 11, 15:03

He's not that fast

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Re: Michael Owen

Postby lfc 4 eva » 2009 Jan 11, 22:54

21-Lucas-21 wrote:He's not that fast

Yes he is

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Re: Michael Owen

Postby al_pacino » 2009 Jan 12, 07:53

i think he deserved 7 for consistency cause after back from injury he score a lot of goals

DeFrenZ wrote:LOL.

If you think that these "tricks" make the game "oh so f**ktastic", considering the animations are also pretty stiff, I think you don't want to play a "football" game :)
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Re: Michael OWEN

Postby manutd » 2009 Jan 25, 06:45

I think *playmaking could be removed

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Re: Michael OWEN

Postby TheTrueSeto » 2009 Jan 25, 06:47

manutd wrote:I think *playmaking could be removed


I wonder why it was there in the first place.

And I believe the values for Header and Jump should be swapped

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Re: Michael OWEN

Postby manutd » 2009 Jan 25, 07:05

Some1 destroy playmaking pleaz
And agree with the "swap"

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Re: Michael OWEN

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 Jan 31, 17:27

I think heading was agreed on in another thread, but I'm not 100%.

Playmaking surely has to go?

EDIT: - It's not agreed, but being discussed, suggestion from Fishdalf is: -
Header: 88 (+1)
Jump: 85

Great headerer of the ball, really gets power and precision on them. Especially for a guy who is realtively short. Yes a lot of it is to do with his superb jump also, but he doesn't have any better of a jump than people like Torres who also sit on 85 and i disagree with that being raised.

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Re: Michael OWEN

Postby lfc 4 eva » 2009 Mar 18, 17:48

Agression surely needs to go up. I know he played under Keegan inn a deeper role but this season hes reverted to playing on the shoulder of the defender.

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Re: Michael OWEN

Postby Paddy » 2009 Mar 18, 17:59

Agree with the header suggestion, I was the one who had that convo with him. ;)

As for Aggression statement from lfc 4 neva... Yeah it does need to go up... what number would you reccomend?

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Re: Michael OWEN

Postby lfc 4 eva » 2009 Mar 18, 18:01

Paddy wrote:Agree with the header suggestion, I was the one who had that convo with him. ;)

As for Aggression statement from lfc 4 neva... Yeah it does need to go up... what number would you reccomend?

Its got to be atleast 90.
91 maybe, with Drogba and Bellamy (Keane also although i dont have a clue why he is that high)

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Re: Michael OWEN

Postby Paddy » 2009 Mar 18, 18:05

How about we swap Keane and Owen? :)

Nah, I think Owens more along the lines of an 87... while keane... If he doesn't have post player... What the hell.

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Re: Michael OWEN

Postby lfc 4 eva » 2009 Mar 18, 18:12

Paddy wrote:How about we swap Keane and Owen? :)

Nah, I think Owens more along the lines of an 87... while keane... If he doesn't have post player... What the hell.


87 is ok i guess, I haven't seen a lot of Owen this season tbh. I just know that hes not playing as a SS anymore. Why is Rooney an 88 also, he plays very deep at times or is this because of his high defence value?

On the subject of Keane his stats need a complete overhaul, I think we need a totally new set for him.

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