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Fernando Tissone

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby DeFrenZ » 2009 Jul 29, 15:32

move to sampdoria

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Sep 05, 19:42

watched him vs Catania, passing seemed pinpoint and well paced. Defensively was so-so, I would put it down to his response rather than positioning. Perhaps switch attack and defense values. LPA was difficult to rate, he could nice chips over to Pazzini into space but his crosses were very poor. Looked energetic and lively in midfield. uncerstanding with Palombo is slowly getting there.

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Sep 06, 13:39

From what I saw in that match of him so far(taking my time because its my only downloaded game)....he seems massively underrated in the 1st post. I am taking deligent notes on him, as he likely will need a total overhaul as the season progresses if he continues to get playing time.

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby tzanakas3 » 2009 Sep 07, 13:50

I also see him improved but dunno exactly the areas we should change.Its normal for him to improve as he play on a regular basis and he will find himself.My first thoughts are,as proposed, to swap his DEF-ATT and maybe his TW as he works with Palombo so far.
Of course we need more matches in order to judge him better...

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Sep 25, 19:42

here's what i have down so far:

BB @ 84 (182 cm, 78kg)
def @ 67
attack @ 70-71 - not really involved in attacking moves, certainly less so than Palombo
SPA @ 79
SPS @ 80 - fairly accurate with good pacing. will attempt difficult passes from midfield positions
LPS:76-77
LPA:77-78
response @ 82
curl @ 74
tech @ 77
mentality @ 78
TW @ 77 - really only involved in the break up of play, disrupting opponents play and covering
SA @ 71
SP @ 84
ST @ 70
ACC @ 83
TS 79-80
DS @ 78
DA @ 77
agility @ 77

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Oct 06, 14:06

I had planned on saving these notes to actually make a Tissone update.

But since you got the ball rolling, I'll pitch in now:
*Fernando Tissone - *CMF 12 Tissone - not bad on ball/give and go attempt with semioli/tried a killer LP/came up to defend in attack and nip at the ball/nice LF though LP/seems to get ball away from feet quickly/maybe passing star...another nice RF med ranged through pass/good TW/clos to 80 in Dribbling/nice RF 1 touch through pass to cassano/quality defensive interception/I'm thinking LPA is better than LPS/good give and go attack through middle/definitely good TW and not bad att:def ratio/did have a mistimed play resulting in missing the ball and a foul/strong and accurate spass/a really effective attack run from deep/not lazy, or lacking stamina/


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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Dec 05, 17:58

made some major updates. I forget which :D

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 05, 22:44

Lucky that I keep track of the stats then, what would you do without me? :D

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Dec 05, 23:01

You may have been a bit conservative in some areas...but we'll need to watch him more to get these totally accurate IMO ;)


Here are the differences I'd make from your stats as of now...

Position: *CMF, DMF

Attack: 72(good give and go attack through middle/a really effective attack run from deep/)
Defence: 72(not bad att:def ratio)
Dribble Accuracy: 79(not bad on ball/clos to 80 in Dribbling/)
Dribble Speed: 78
Long Pass Accuracy: 79(I'm thinking LPA is better than LPS/)
Long Pass Speed: 78
Curling: 77
Aggression: 74
Team Work: 82(give and go attempt with semioli/seems to get ball away from feet quickly/good TW/nice RF 1 touch through pass to cassano/good give and go attack through middle/definitely good TW and not bad att:def ratio/)

*Passing(tried a killer LP/nice LF though LP/maybe passing star...another nice RF med ranged through pass/)

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby zuo » 2009 Dec 06, 01:10

is he really (if he is) this stronger than Palombo? +1(than suggested BB) +5 cm,+1 kg.
also Samp official site puts him at 182 cms 75 kgs.

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Dec 06, 01:24

I think Palombo is stronger than his current stats, and stronger than Tissone. I'll change Tissone's weight.

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Dec 06, 05:41

jmg721 wrote:I think Palombo is stronger than his current stats, and stronger than Tissone. I'll change Tissone's weight.

no one catch Seedorf bounce off him during a tussle in midfield. I always figured Palombo was solid on the ball, not strong.

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby zuo » 2009 Dec 06, 12:28

you do mean Seedorf bouncing Palombo? Cause Seedorf is still an 86 BAL and would be able to do that.

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Dec 07, 20:55

jmg721 wrote:You may have been a bit conservative in some areas...but we'll need to watch him more to get these totally accurate IMO ;)


Here are the differences I'd make from your stats as of now...

Position: *CMF, DMF

Attack: 72(good give and go attack through middle/a really effective attack run from deep/)
Defence: 72(not bad att:def ratio)
Dribble Accuracy: 79(not bad on ball/clos to 80 in Dribbling/)
Dribble Speed: 78
Long Pass Accuracy: 79(I'm thinking LPA is better than LPS/)
Long Pass Speed: 78
Curling: 77
Aggression: 74
Team Work: 82(give and go attempt with semioli/seems to get ball away from feet quickly/good TW/nice RF 1 touch through pass to cassano/good give and go attack through middle/definitely good TW and not bad att:def ratio/)

*Passing(tried a killer LP/nice LF though LP/maybe passing star...another nice RF med ranged through pass/)


is he really more of a CMF than a DMF? Contrast with Palombo. To me he looks short on ideas going forward, passing the ball before dropping deep. LPA and LPS I was being conservative but he seems to launch it rather than direct it with curl. About BB, he reminds me quite a bit of Dabo in midfield (84 kg; BB @ 85), quite sturdy with a solid midfield presence.

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby faintin'lò » 2010 Dec 26, 17:58

He is definitely a DMF, a deep lying man who focuses on defending and setting up counter attacks. Through the last two seasons he has slowly developed, becoming more solid and reliable; these are my suggestions:

Attack: 70 (like bolatti and ekdal)
Defence: 73 (conti,milanetto)
Long Pass Accuracy: 78 (brocchi,asamoah)
Curling: 76 (dessena,brighi)
Header: 69 (almiron,sneijder)
Technique: 78 (morrone,pazienza)
Aggression: 72 (donadel,migliaccio)
Mentality: 79 (bentivoglio,giacomazzi)
Team Work: 82 (gazzi,blasi)

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby ominho » 2010 Dec 26, 18:00

faintin'lò wrote:He is definitely a DMF, a deep lying man who focuses on defending and setting up counter attacks

Does it mean Anchor Man?

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby faintin'lò » 2010 Dec 26, 19:43

ominho wrote:
faintin'lò wrote:He is definitely a DMF, a deep lying man who focuses on defending and setting up counter attacks

Does it mean Anchor Man?


Yes, kinda. This is one of the reason why Sampdoria score few goals: both Tissone and Palombo lie deep in the midfield and seldom follow the action entering the box.

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby tzanakas3 » 2010 Dec 30, 01:00

Maube 69-74 suits him better.Very reliable defensively but he doesn't play as an anchor man.He is just a solid DMF with no runs infront but with good passing.Don't forget that last year he had the same role and the team finished 4th..

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Re: Fernando TISSONE

Postby faintin'lò » 2011 Jan 19, 21:23

hahhaha i love him, he's gone mad!!!!!!! i'd have never expected a lob penalty kck like that from him!! just awesome

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