Paddy wrote:okay, so a few suggestions i think he's slightly faster than this and can run with the ball quicker than this also, he's a fantastic dribbler and i think his DA could go up even further
Audacity wrote:One of my favorite players. Shouldn't he have higher mentality? 72 is ridiculous. That's for the Quaresmas of this world.
Ace wrote:are you sure? he's not similar to Adebayor or Huntelaar, maybe he's similar to Pato but Pato is better (and his stats are better)
about Pandev stats, the only > 85 are DA and Technique, the others are in low 80s, so he's not a moster but a very good player (indeed he is, maybe a bit inconsistent this year) who plays for a medium level club.
jmg721 wrote:You need to let this one go...these are some of the most accurate stats on the database. They were made in collaboration by me and gooner at the end of last season.
jmg721 wrote:I actually disagree Ron I feel his dribblnig is good because he is tight with the ball to his feet but he is never beating people with his DS. His DS is okay AT BEST IMO. He is slow and methodical with the ball. Considering his 81TS and 83Acc....I think anything above an 80 would be overrating
I can't remember the reasoning behind the 82 in TW....but what is the reasoning for lowering it? His passing stats aren't that great, and he isn't a selfish player.
Rfuna wrote:As for TW I think he should be lower than Rocchi, he's more selfish, goes straight for goal whenever he can rather exchange quick passes. IMO 79 is a more representative number.
jmg721 wrote:Rfuna wrote:As for TW I think he should be lower than Rocchi, he's more selfish, goes straight for goal whenever he can rather exchange quick passes. IMO 79 is a more representative number.
When you say it like that it seems like a no brainer and should be updated. But the point I will bring up is that they have 2 different Registered Positions. For a CF to have high TW isn't always a good thing. Couldn't that make them less selfish and pass when they have a good scoring opportunity? So they might be on different scales.
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