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Dirk Kuyt

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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby al_pacino » 2009 Jan 02, 13:20

SA 76 is underrated 79 maybe :?:
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 05, 09:21

I don't believe it is, he isn't exactly the most accurate shooter of the ball, it's more the sheer power and technique of his shots that bag him goals usually. Although i must say it's an area that has seen a very slight improvement towards the early part of this season.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby paddypoohead » 2009 Jan 15, 16:33

I really think Kuyt's technique should be around 74, he is very poor technically.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 16, 18:18

His first touch isn't THAT bad, he can control a ball.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 20, 23:18

Oh and as i've mentioned many times, he has a hard shot, very hard on occasion and i think an 85 would suit him, his ability and the ladder far far better.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 Jan 20, 23:22

He's almost torn the crossbar off a few times and I remember a goal against West Ham I think also. Generally he goes for power.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 20, 23:23

Alcohomicide wrote:He's almost torn the crossbar off a few times and I remember a goal against West Ham I think also. Generally he goes for power.

Power, technique and not enough accuracy.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 Jan 20, 23:24

fishdalf wrote:
Alcohomicide wrote:He's almost torn the crossbar off a few times and I remember a goal against West Ham I think also. Generally he goes for power.

Power, technique and not enough accuracy.


That's "Deadly" Dirk in a nutshell!!
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby Playboy » 2009 Feb 07, 20:04

imo... his accuracy is underrated.. in real his shootings seems to be very awesome and goal productive.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby Audacity » 2009 Feb 07, 20:11

No, his shooting is pretty poor. But increase shot power.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby Playboy » 2009 Feb 07, 20:45

okay,.. 85 shoot power will be just fine then.
I'm playing with Liverpool today.. testing them.. and I think Kuyt just needs more aggression ( 88 )

and he is better technically than 79,.. at least 80
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 Feb 07, 20:56

Dirk's got a powerful, technical shot. SP and ST. SA should not be high, but he does hit the woodwork regularaly with unstoppable shots.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Feb 07, 21:25

I don't think he's as good as shooting from tight angles as say Robinho or Adebayor in fact he should be quite close to James Beattie, perhaps 83?
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby PIPA23 » 2009 Feb 08, 00:54

Vandeach wrote:I don't think he's as good as shooting from tight angles as say Robinho or Adebayor in fact he should be quite close to James Beattie, perhaps 83?


i dont think so :))
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby Paddy » 2009 Feb 08, 00:55

but Pipa, you're biased.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 Feb 08, 00:58

I don't think Adebayor is better from angles. Kuyt's shots from angles tend to be better than when straight on goal?? He often comes in from the corner of the box.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Feb 08, 11:17

So you'd put him on par with Robinho he's good but I feel he could be decreased one or two points.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 Feb 08, 17:43

I'm a Kuyt critic. I respect him loads, though. It's easy to hate him for parts of his game that are obvious, like straight-on accuracy, on the ball contribution and lack of forward threat, but he's deadly when given an angle. Most of his goals come from awkward positions, he scores when you least expect him too, like John Dahl.

As for Robinho?? No, I don't think is clearly better from angles. He often comes in on his stronger foot!! He has better curling, too.
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Re: Dirk KUYT

Postby dixie1sixty » 2009 Feb 08, 17:54

I think he should have a higher shot power tbh. he does have a rasping shot on him. I wouldnt say he's deadly by any means though lol doesnt score enough to be deadly from anywhere. I admire his determination as a player though the sort of player that would excell in a team with good team spirit.
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