Didier Drogba | 2006-2007 | 2011-2012

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Didier Drogba | 2006-2007 | 2011-2012

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 12, 17:33

- 2006-2007:

Club: Chelsea



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- 2011-2012:

Club: Chelsea FC

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The best striker in the world, because he cut out some of his bullshit (arguing, diving etc.). He was a monster that season. He would score all types of wonder goals from any position and best of all, his mind was in the game. Whether he can retain his fine goalscoring form remains to be seen.



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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006/2007

Postby Markulur » 2009 Jul 06, 22:55

I only disagree in his high teamwork... he never made that good team movements like Eto'o or the actual Forlán. ;)

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006/2007

Postby TheBackedUpOne » 2009 Jul 24, 18:24

no no no
he showed great TW that season look at Joe Cole's goal against Liverpool

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006/2007

Postby p1rha » 2009 Jul 24, 20:12

I also agree TW could be droped a bit, 81 maybe, it's still good for a CF. The rest is fine, maybe technique 86?

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006/2007

Postby N3KR0 » 2009 Jul 25, 08:17

p1rha wrote:I also agree TW could be droped a bit, 81 maybe, it's still good for a CF. The rest is fine, maybe technique 86?

Agree on tech.
great 1st touch.

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006/2007

Postby Jaxinho » 2009 Aug 14, 03:43

Markulur wrote:I only disagree in his high teamwork... he never made that good team movements like Eto'o or the actual Forlán. ;)


For Ivory Coast he has preety good team work.

Think his shot acc was that times around 88 and now around 85-86.

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby SkorPion » 2009 Sep 05, 06:19

He is more agile now with 31 years old than 28-29 years (78)?
Suggestion: Agility 80-81
His Acc Is Better Now 86 With 31 years old than 28-29 years old (84)
Suggestion : 87-89
Stamina :86-87
Response 87-88
Tech :88-90

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby BigStu » 2009 Sep 05, 07:43

Some Suggestions

Side: B
Since when has he played on just the right side?


Attack: 90
1 Point above today you got to be kidding me should be 91/92

Balance: 94
Come on, he has to be in the God region 95 seems ok to me

Top Speed: 86
he was faster back then

Acceleration: 88
he has always had a brillaint burst of pace even more so back then

Response: 90
surely he could be on a 90 he has always had brillaint reactions

Agility: 78
Bloody hell he has got 3 points more agile in 3 years? I don't think so should be 82/83

Dribble Accuracy: 83
should be above today

Short Pass Accuracy: 72
Short Pass Speed: 76
Long Pass Accuracy: 70
Long Pass Speed: 74
should be at least the same as today may be a point or 2 better

Shot Accuracy: 88
surely he was an 88 back then he always found the corners

Shot Power: 92
he could really thump them

Header: 95
he is one of the best headers of the ball of all time is he not?

Weak Foot Accuracy: 6
the same as today he can use his left foot alright

Consistency: 7
he was consitent this season

*Reaction
not sure on this one dunno if he dersereved it back then

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby SkorPion » 2009 Sep 06, 05:59

Agree With ChelseaKid
Jump : 90 your jump was very good, gained to any
was in the air
SA: 86- 87 Agree
SP: 89-90 Agree
ST : 94 -95
Header : 95-96 With OF PES SOLO CAMPEONES 2008/2009
Agility : 80
DA 83 Agree
DS:82
Attack 94-95
He was the best forward in season 2006-2007

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Sep 06, 10:59

I don't agree, but I can't be arsed to explain why, as the suggestions themselves were not properly explained.

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby BigStu » 2009 Sep 06, 12:05

Vandeach, i hope you think ive explained properly this time

Side: B
Since when has he played on just the right side? he has always played on both sides, i admit at the time he played in a 4-3-2-1 mostly when the team went 4-4-2 he played on the left with shevchenko on the right


Attack: 91
Thats him level with current villa which i think is very fair seeing as drogba has always been immense in the box

Acceleration: 87
Drogba has always had an amazing burst of pace it shoudl at lest be above his TS (i know your your crucify me for saying this) as it is in his curerent stats

Agility: 82
Bloody hell he has got 3 points more agile in 3 years? 78 with his hieght and weight makes him nearly as bad as centre backs which he isn't, again your kill me for saying this but he gets 81 now so cleary it must be at least that

Consistency: 7
he was consitent this season he performed game after game at his best he should be at least a seven

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Sep 06, 12:18

He was no more agile then than he was now. I don't think his positional sense improved, I think it was more his finishing, his tendency to stay on his feet and his consistency that was better, but a 90 for attack seems fair to me. Side both is fine, as is acceleration, da and ds.

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby BigStu » 2009 Sep 06, 13:06

oh yeah don't think he should have *reaction as that implies he is outside of the box in an attack, where as he either is in the box "positioning" himself or he IS the attack if you see what i mean running with the ball taking defenders on etc

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby prosser2k10 » 2009 Sep 06, 13:36

really your all trying to overrate him. i dont doubt anybody's stat making abilitie's but i think the stats are fine and a couple of suggestions & myne is all thats needed he shouldnt have 2 or 3 godlike stats & reds for balance :shock: but he goes down easy at times so how would that happen

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006/2007

Postby sencesor » 2009 Sep 06, 14:59

nekroman619 wrote:
p1rha wrote:I also agree TW could be droped a bit, 81 maybe, it's still good for a CF. The rest is fine, maybe technique 86?

Agree on tech.
great 1st touch.


Also agree bout TECH going up 1 point to 86, not compleatly sure bout lowering TW. the rest does seem fine.

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby Brezza » 2009 Sep 06, 15:59

Slight update in agility, tech, acceleration and consistency. reduced teamwork slightly.

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Sep 06, 16:02

His mentality is far too high... :shock:

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby Brezza » 2009 Sep 06, 16:09

Vandeach wrote:His mentality is far too high... :shock:


Don't let his petulance and lazy attitude over the last couple of seasons under Grant and Scolari affect your judgment . He was FAR more hardworking under Mourinho, It was one of the most credible things about him when he first arrived at chelsea before this breakthrough season where he become more consistent in front of goal.

He's actually starting to look more like the Drogba of 06-07, at the start of this season.

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Sep 06, 16:12

Yes, but not to this extent! He was never more hard working than Craig Fagan, James Beattie or Robbie Keane.

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Re: Didier DROGBA | 2006-2007

Postby Brezza » 2009 Sep 06, 16:22

Point taken my Sexy Slovak:P I personally think that Robbie Keane's mentality could go up slightly though, around Beattie's value.

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