Frank de Boer | 1994-1996

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Frank de Boer | 1994-1996

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Aug 01, 23:48

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Club: AFC Ajax



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De Boer began his career as a left back at Ajax before switching to centre back, a position he made his own for many years in the national team. He won both the UEFA Cup and Champions League while at Ajax. However, after signing a 6-year contract extension with Ajax for the 1998–99 season, he and his twin brother Ronald took successful legal action to have it voided. Ajax had agreed orally that if a lucrative offer for one brother came by, he would be released provided the other stayed. However Ajax apparently backed down on that agreement after floating the club on the stock market and pledging to shareholders that it would hold both of the de Boers and build around them a team to recapture the UEFA Champions League.

Both de Boers then joined FC Barcelona for 22 million pounds. However, they were unable to repeat his earlier triumphs and Frank suffered the ignominy of testing positive for the banned substance nandrolone. De Boer was suspended but he was reinstated after a successful appeal
He briefly moved to Galatasaray in the summer of 2003 before joining Rangers in January 2004. He left Rangers in 2004 after Euro 2004 along with twin brother Ronald (his teammate at Ajax, Barcelona and Rangers) to play the rest of his football career in Qatar with Al-Rayyan.
De Boer announced his retirement from football in April 2006.


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Re: Frank DE BOER

Postby Brezza » 2009 Aug 01, 23:50

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Re: Frank DE BOER

Postby CDDRodrigo » 2009 Aug 02, 00:01



But that's the Prime one. Fides will use this FDB on his classic ajax.

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Re: Frank DE BOER | 1994-96

Postby Fides » 2009 Aug 02, 00:03

This one is really made for the 94-96 period. And I dont think the other one is really accurate either, de Boer was technically really good for a CB and really comfortable with the ball on his feet.

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Re: Frank DE BOER | 1994-96

Postby Brezza » 2009 Aug 02, 00:12

sorry my bad, you didnt include the era last time i looked. :oops:

Is it worth keeping the other thread?

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Re: Frank DE BOER | 1994-96

Postby Fides » 2009 Aug 02, 00:27

Hmm, I would say no. Because I cant really see in what team you will using them. In his Ajax-period this was his peak. And for his Barca period you will need another set of stats.

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Re: Frank DE BOER | 1994-1996

Postby mcmattie » 2010 Dec 07, 18:04

Could you add cards please? :)
I think at least Pinpoint Pass.

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Re: Frank DE BOER | 1994-1996

Postby Luxo0x0 » 2010 Dec 31, 18:43

De Boer deserves Deep Cover, Pintpoint Pass and the ones which are already as Special Abilities IMHO

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Re: Frank DE BOER | 1994-1996

Postby mcmattie » 2011 Jan 22, 17:57

Does this set represent him for all his career btw? I don't think he was the same during his entire career.
I see him as one of the best Dutch defenders of all time. He played 519 competition games and 112 caps! So I expect his stamina to be a bit higher and a higher condition.
I also expect his defence and balance to be higher in his prime.

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Re: Frank DE BOER | 1994-1996

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Re: Frank DE BOER | 1994-1996

Postby jupes » 2012 Mar 03, 14:55

mcmattie wrote:Does this set represent him for all his career btw? I don't think he was the same during his entire career.
I see him as one of the best Dutch defenders of all time. He played 519 competition games and 112 caps! So I expect his stamina to be a bit higher and a higher condition.
I also expect his defence and balance to be higher in his prime.


Yeah, the set seems too modest for prime De Boer.

De Boer in his best years was somewhat similar to Hierro. Slow but excellent defenders with great passing and dead-ball abilities.

DF in the area of 86-89 (he simply cannot be lower than prime Mathijsen)
ACC: should be white, while TS may be yellow (his deceptive slowness was why he was considered an ineffective LB)
RES: an orange value at minimum; very, very alert defender (it's why he was often compared to the Italians)
LPA: 88

And a raise in mentality and teamwork. Great leader, great mentality, even fighting himself back into the Euro 04 squad when his body looked deteriorated.

For some evidence of his defensive prowess/mentality, I present:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frgN1MFyRFY#t=07m53s

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Re: Frank DE BOER | 1994-1996

Postby Adrien » 2013 Nov 17, 14:51

I noticed it too. His passing are really great, Konami value for all passing skills make him justice, he put a lot of pace on short passes too. Konami set looks pretty good except for response, it's a good set to start really. He looks effectively like a responsive center back going out of his defensive lines for tackle sometimes. I mean at least decent yellow response, but not as low as the 72 gave by Konami. Need to watch more, will post my tought when I will have a definitive idea.

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