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Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 10, 08:25



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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby jmg721 » 2008 Dec 12, 08:30

My Previous Suggestion:
TS: 86

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby pjwhufc » 2008 Dec 16, 16:27

jmg721 wrote:My Previous Suggestion:
TS: 86



seems ok to me

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby bald777 » 2009 Jan 08, 16:10

Move to Stoke..

http://www.stokecityfc.premiumtv.co.uk/page/Home/

Credit to Pulis (though it still doesn't make up for Kitson I guess...)

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Jan 12, 08:35

Yes, and he played this weekend #26 ;)

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 13, 06:21

Moved.

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby Paddy » 2009 Apr 11, 17:42

pjwhufc wrote:
jmg721 wrote:My Previous Suggestion:
TS: 86



seems ok to me


It could be even higher to me.

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby GavidTreveguet » 2009 Apr 12, 14:08

He should have *Dribbling too.

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby Paddy » 2009 May 23, 20:03

GoonerLover66 wrote:Stamina: 88


Really?

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby Vandeach » 2009 May 23, 20:14

I would say so, actually as he has immense stamina levels as good as most full-backs.

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby GavidTreveguet » 2009 May 23, 20:16

Yeah, he's got very good stamina levels. Keeps going at a similar level for the full 90 minutes. That's why Pulis signed him.

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby Tom » 2009 May 24, 09:14

He's the proverbial Energizer rabbit ;)

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby Jez » 2010 Jan 21, 04:24

I think he could have a 1 point increase in stamina. I think in fact I saw Gooner mention somewhere else that 89 would fit him, so I agree. Despite there not being a suggestion in this actual thread :)

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby deity86 » 2010 Jan 21, 09:35

Vandeach wrote:You seem to be slightly confused with what the mentality stat is, Dolfar. In terms of attitude, work-rate, coping with the loss of fatigue, closing players down and driving the team forward, he is most certainly not worthy of an 85 value. Furthermore, Fellaini is not an orange value for stamina, in terms of his energy levels he doesn't quite sit on the same level as Eboue and Timmy Cahill, I do however think he could sit on the very cusp of an orange value, on an 89 and even then I'd like to raise Etherington by one point to the same value.
There ya go, in the Fellaini thread by Van. Matty does have fantastic energy so I'd agree to a slight raise aswell.

Also, isn't a bit more agile than this? Whilst an 82 isn't a low number considering his size he's always seemed a bit sharper in his turns that it would suggest. He's currently level with the likes Sidwell and Bullard who have similar H/W values.

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby Jez » 2010 Jan 21, 21:02

Oops, sorry Van! :roll:
Definitly more agile than the players you've mentioned though, so I agree to a raise in agility as well. 83/84?

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby Alcohomicide » 2010 Jan 24, 02:07

I've been impressed! :\ He really does seem to have deep energy reserves and I'd agree he seems a touch more agile. I'd be inclined to go with 83 at this point, doesn't seem -more- agile than Ricardo Gardener or Assou-Ekotto. I think Eboué's 83 too. What value were you thinking of, deity?

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby deity86 » 2010 Jan 24, 11:51

I was pondering an 84 but after checking the Stoke site he weighs 6kgs less that his current 1st post weight, so I'd settle for an 83 combined with the quite significant decrease in weight ;)

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby Alcohomicide » 2010 Jan 24, 16:00

That makes sense. Showed some good energy levels today. Are we all agreed on the values?

89 Stamina, 83 agility + decrease weight.

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby Jez » 2010 Jan 25, 04:31

You got my vote ;)

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Re: Matthew ETHERINGTON

Postby Kanouté » 2010 Jan 25, 11:34

He was really on a red arrow yesterday. Agree with Alcohomicide.

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