Brian Laudrup | 1994-1998

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Brian Laudrup | 1994-1998

Postby zingo » 2009 May 19, 19:19

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP 1994-1998

Postby Classical » 2009 May 20, 11:03

Hi there, me and Brondbylove were creating this player but no problem. We can say our combined stats and then alltogether discuss to see what to mantain or what to change.

What do you think?

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP 1994-1998

Postby zingo » 2009 May 20, 15:11

thats a great idea, i wasnt aware that anyone was making him, but if we combine our stats it will make him more accurate.

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP 1994-1998

Postby p1rha » 2009 May 20, 18:29

i'd say his top speed should be greater than hi accelaration by 2 points maybe. i don't think he deserves that 90 for technique either. good touvh on the ball but nothing classic imo. brian's greates weapon was shurely is dribling speed and coldness in front of goal. he wasn't a traditional box man, the reason why i would also take away scoring. as for middle shooting i'm not really shure...

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP 1994-1998

Postby zingo » 2009 May 20, 18:36

are you saying tht his speed should be 96, or that his acceleration shud be 90?
any suggestions on what his tech shud be dropped to?

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP 1994-1998

Postby p1rha » 2009 May 20, 19:28

no, i'd probably go for:
top speed: 91
acc: 89
dribble speed: 97
btw, technique: 87
teamwork: 78 (laudrup was known for his quick runs ending with ball in the net, that was is own way of helping the team, but not such a teamplayer. i think team work is generally overated here, wich i already took in acount. with 78 he would be on pair with cr7 and aguero, and above robben)

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP 1994-1998

Postby zingo » 2009 May 20, 20:24

ok ive made all of your changes, and i was thinking of dropping technique to 87-89, to match tht he had a great touch but only feew of these were outstanding.

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby brondbylove » 2009 May 29, 21:32

Okay Zingo, here I present a joint collaboration on Brian Laudrup by Classical and myself:

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Brian LAUDRUP

Club: Glasgow Rangers FC
Number:
Position: SS*, WF (SMF, AMF, CF also applicable)
Nationality: Danish
Age: 28

Foot: R
Side: B

Length: 186
Weight: 80

Attack: 86
Defence: 40
Balance: 83
Stamina: 84
Top Speed: 94
Acceleration: 92
Response: 86
Agility: 88
Dribble Accuracy: 93
Dribble Speed: 95
Short Pass Accuracy: 83
Short Pass Speed: 85
Long Pass Acc.: 90
Long Pass Speed: 87
Shot Accuracy: 85
Shot Power: 85
Shot Technique: 86
Free Kick Accuracy: 78
Curling: 78
Header: 79
Jump: 77
Technique: 88
Aggression: 88
Mentality: 74
Keeper Skills:
Team Work: 84

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 6
Weak Foot Accuracy: 7
Weak Foot frequency: 7
Consistency: 7

*Dribbling
*1-1 Scoring
*Side
*Lines

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Feel free to comment on the stats in correlation with the ones posted by Zingo.

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby yourigo » 2009 May 29, 22:42

the stats are very much alike, with zingos' perhaps a bit underrated and brondby's a bit overrated, but a 15 point difference in LPA? how are you gonna agree on that one? :lol:

i have to say that comparing with today's players in the other foruns, i'd go with zingo's stats, but being that the classic stats are generally overrated maybe something closer to brondby's would fit better ladderwise

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby p1rha » 2009 May 29, 23:20

if i had to choose 1 i'd go for zingo's but i would have to raise his long pass to low 80's an dcrease BB just a little. then it would be perfect apart from WFA/WFF wich i'd choose 6/6 :)

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby zingo » 2009 Jul 19, 20:44

I think possibly he needs updating, anyone got any ideas on what should be updated?

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby Classical » 2009 Jul 20, 08:11

The first, and above all, long pass accuracy I think.

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby p1rha » 2009 Jul 20, 13:17

Long pass, there's nothing shocking about the other stats

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby zingo » 2009 Jul 20, 13:18

okay long pass updated

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby Classical » 2009 Jul 20, 13:49

He had a nice long pass, he did it with itention and precision. That led him to make a lot of assists.

Now we could talk about dribbling and teamwork:

Dribbling, opposing a lot of general opinion, Laudrup dribble wasn't only about pace. Nothing at all, he had a precise and full of intention dribble, only prefering the speed option when he had room for it and he could use his immense speed associtated with dribble controlo. Alas, he wouldn't be able to run so fast with the ball if he didn't possess that extra skill at trapping the ball (pure technique).
I suggest "closing" more the dribble stats, avoiding the gap between the speed and the accuracy of the dribble as he was, I would say, 45/55% of the dribble in 45=DA and 55=DS.

Teamwork, you would see he was a fantastic team player for a winger. He passed the ball with easy flair (being that short or long played) and he has, what he use to say, a good "game vision". This would be enough to claim some more points in this parameter, in my opinion.

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby zingo » 2009 Jul 20, 13:58

Ok ive replaced dribbling and teamwork.

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby p1rha » 2009 Jul 20, 14:03

Stop! No way, DA 93 no please. Stats were fine except for LPA, the true reason why he had so many assists were his runs into the flanks were he only had that option most times. It's scotish football for god's sake, go to the line and just cross it. Larson has loads of assists and he hasn't got these passing stats. Ronaldo or Quaresma are good crossers, Simão is much better than Laudrup ever was and they all have lower values. Bot to mention all these 3 are good driblers, 93 DA puts him at the level of Cristiano...

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby Classical » 2009 Jul 20, 16:25

I rate Laudrup better than Simão in terms of dribbling while Simão has better teamwork and short passing (long passing, Laudrup is better in accuracy but never in speed since he liked to "prepare" the cross while Simão was pretty fast on doing this).
Laudrup was really flawless while attempting the short dribble, even if he did use the pace dribble quite often, and this is why you would see Laudrup dribbling past a bunch of opponents once in a while, maradona style, as he had plenty of options in terms of style of dribbling.

I don't remeber how it was, but 90 seems fair to me (if it was over 90 and I asked for more I shut my mouth and don't argue more about it).


Small scale using Pirha's refered players, in my opinion: (best to worst)

Dribbling Accuracy: Quaresma, C. Ronaldo, Laudrup, Simão
Dribble Speed: C. Ronaldo, Laudrup, Quaresma, Simão
Short Pass Acc: Simão, Laudrup, C. Ronaldo, Quaresma
Short Pass Speed: Simão, C. Ronaldo, Laudrup, Quaresma
Long Pass Acc: Laudrup, Simão, Quaresma, C. Ronaldo
Long Pass Speed: Quaresma, Simão, C. Ronaldo, Laudrup
Teamwork: Simão, C. Ronaldo, Laudrup, Quaresma

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby p1rha » 2009 Jul 20, 16:47

Interesting, to me is more like:

Dribbling Accuracy: C. Ronaldo = Quaresma, Laudrup = Simão
Dribble Speed: C. Ronaldo = Laudrup, Quaresma, Simão
Short Pass Acc: Simão = Laudrup, C. Ronaldo, Quaresma
Short Pass Speed: C. Ronaldo, Simão = Laudrup, Quaresma
Long Pass Acc: Simão, Laudrup = Quaresma = C. Ronaldo
Long Pass Speed: Quaresma = Simão = C. Ronaldo, Laudrup
Teamwork: Simão, Laudrup, C. Ronaldo, Quaresma

Honestly, and from my vast experience of playing with laudrup in pes 6 with default stats :D , his long pass skills shouldn't go over 84 for accuracy, it's so easy to win the line with him, and with his speed u can relax and have a cofee before u make the cross. And if u play him as a CF and ur good at counters, he's a goal machine.
Was regulary the man with most assists + goals in the team, and he managed to be cup top scorer a few times, even if i didn't play him as CF much (i played him as a right winger usually, that's why he had so many assists).

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Re: Brian LAUDRUP | 1994-1998

Postby brondbylove » 2011 Jul 02, 20:39

Small detail but may I ask his Registered Position to be support striker? He definitely wasn't an out-and-out centre forward but could be deployed there whenever his managers felt the need to make use of his extraordinary ability in the very last end of the pitch. Otherwise, he was usually a support striker who would drift out wide, hence also the *WG.

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