Rémy Cabella

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Rémy Cabella

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Re: Rémy CABELLA

Postby anasie10 » 2012 Jun 08, 23:35

Awesome Montpellier youngster Rémy Cabella is awesome !


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Re: Rémy CABELLA

Postby Adrien » 2012 Jun 09, 08:41

Yeah he is pure class. So damn that I didn't saw this games of French U-21. He was already amazing on the end of the season with Montpellier. Really a future talent. I think his pass can be even better but I choosed to let him on white values with card passer because he can make a game with bad pass and sometimes a game with great pass like it seems to was on this hightlight.

Thanks for the video ;)
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Re: Rémy CABELLA

Postby conker8 » 2012 Aug 29, 17:01

I rate his Mentality in 66-70 range.
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Re: Rémy CABELLA

Postby Adrien » 2012 Aug 29, 17:19

Yeah looks good to me, updated ;)
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Re: Rémy CABELLA

Postby anasie10 » 2012 Sep 11, 13:04

This guy is a beast technically and have an awesome vision !
It's not Belhanda style, but even if he goes away, Cabella would be the ideal replacement for him.

Another awesome goal : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBshYC7Lz5U
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Re: Rémy CABELLA

Postby Adrien » 2012 Oct 04, 21:03

He's so good since some months, running everywhere, amazing technically with the ball, surely the best french young players of the league. I updated some tweaks, he's orange for me in term of body turns and close control. Really an amazing dribbler. He can give quality passes but not consistent on it, sometimes inacurrate.

He give a lot of support for a player like this, really impressive, a lot of energy. He has improve so much.
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Re: Rémy Cabella

Postby Adrien » 2013 May 14, 18:13

I'm still not sure with his DS, he can make some fast run with the ball but I think I overrated it a bit, any idea on it ?
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Re: Rémy Cabella

Postby Adrien » 2013 Aug 09, 21:30

conker8 wrote:I rate his Mentality in 66-70 range.


I can't see him in it anymore. He's still fighting every minutes he spent on the turf, he's also acting like a Box to Box, helping on defense, then join the attack quickly. He doesn't look that weak, I don't see him loosing his strenght under pressure too, he was great on UCL last year either.
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Re: Rémy Cabella

Postby antony » 2013 Aug 09, 22:11

Adrien wrote:
conker8 wrote:I rate his Mentality in 66-70 range.


I can't see him in it anymore. He's still fighting every minutes he spent on the turf, he's also acting like a Box to Box, helping on defense, then join the attack quickly. He doesn't look that weak, I don't see him loosing his strenght under pressure too, he was great on UCL last year either.


i saw the match tonight and i quote you...amazing match from him not only for the quality but also for a lot of sacrifice he did above all when the squad remained in 10-men..the close-down on Ongenda in the last minutes is the pic of his match
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Re: Rémy Cabella

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Re: Rémy Cabella

Postby Adrien » 2014 Jul 18, 17:57

I know your already moved him, but I would add some minor change to him before he moved:

Def to 55 / Acc to 86 / Agi to 89 / LPA to 80 / SP to 78 / SA to 81 / Add Step over skills

If you could do it, thanks.
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Re: Rémy Cabella

Postby PIPA23 » 2014 Aug 19, 22:34

Cabella debut against City highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddVsZf9IALM
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Re: Rémy Cabella

Postby Adrien » 2014 Aug 20, 09:14

Still great.

Remove the "s" of the http of the url link to put the video here.
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Re: Rémy Cabella

Postby Da InvIncIblEs » 2014 Oct 24, 21:42

how he's been doing? i liked this player a lot but i've not heard of him
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Re: Rémy Cabella

Postby Jez » 2014 Oct 24, 23:09

Da InvIncIblEs wrote:how he's been doing? i liked this player a lot but i've not heard of him


From what I've seen it's obvious that he has the quality that the set suggests he has. The simple fact is however that it's perhaps harder for a flair player like him to shine in a team that's struggling so badly.
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Re: Rémy Cabella

Postby BigStu » 2014 Oct 25, 08:47

^agree hard for a creative player to do well when the other 10 players forget to turn up
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Re: Rémy Cabella

Postby daft_pablo » 2015 Jan 11, 05:29

saw him today against Mournho's Chelsea... he made look'em like fools. a beast... i've never heard of him before and i'm really impressed. he literally destroyed Mou's defense 2-3 times in the 1st half, with no luck in the last touch. amazing player, i hope he can keep this level and improve the finifhing / final pass. 92 on DA seems fine to me. i'd suggest to increase TS a little... 83-84 maybe.

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Re: Rémy Cabella

Postby Karbrüggen » 2015 Feb 24, 16:16

I see him faster, with and without ball. TS and DS are a bit underrated in my eyes

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