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Hugo Campagnaro

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 May 03, 20:37

whoa what a goal. given license to roam late in the 1st half. Perhaps a slight increase in attack, also SA and ST. Also LT*, launched one in the second half right into the goal mouth.

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby tzanakas3 » 2009 May 03, 21:25

*LS just happened cause Stankevicius was out.Agree about SA and attack.ST can not be judged from 1 game.Wait for the Coppa Italia final.It would be a good test for many players...
EDIT:After watching the match again and following his recent performances defence should go up to 80.
Any thoughts about that??He was also in goal.com best eleven...

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby jmg721 » 2009 May 08, 20:05

I took a lot of notes on him in the Genoa game. I will post them, but I am considering putting them towards a major update...hmm....

He was more aggressive in that match than Raggi, and he was actually compentent in attack obviously. At one point he was playing like a WF :o

I like the current value for AGG(71). Posibly make WB or SB an optional position?

I actually generally think these stats do represent what I saw in this match. I might not need to make a set of stats...but I'll try to follow him because I am interested in him.

Agree to *LT 8-)

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 May 09, 00:35

jmg721 wrote:I took a lot of notes on him in the Genoa game. I will post them, but I am considering putting them towards a major update...hmm....

He was more aggressive in that match than Raggi, and he was actually compentent in attack obviously. At one point he was playing like a WF :o

I like the current value for AGG(71). Posibly make WB or SB an optional position?

I actually generally think these stats do represent what I saw in this match. I might not need to make a set of stats...but I'll try to follow him because I am interested in him.

Agree to *LT 8-)
Careful with derby games tho, and its the run up to the end of the season. And a goal down too... this was a special case perhaps, playing so far up...

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby jmg721 » 2009 May 09, 05:50

I don't doubt that it is rare....I've never seen him play that far up before. But I was more of mentioning how competent he was in attack that impressed me. Anyone can go forward, but only a few like Panucci, Siviglia and Biava can make it look good :P

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 May 16, 22:55

jmg721 wrote:I don't doubt that it is rare....I've never seen him play that far up before. But I was more of mentioning how competent he was in attack that impressed me. Anyone can go forward, but only a few like Panucci, Siviglia and Biava can make it look good :P
Against Lazio in the Coppa final he put in a fine show going forward, some nice dribbling and spryness when closed down. I'm thinking agility could go up to 80, attack to 67 and DA 78

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby zuo » 2009 May 17, 00:59

i think MEN could be a couple of points higher.......

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 May 17, 01:11

zuo wrote:i think MEN could be a couple of points higher.......

I have 82 in OF. Could be 83

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby tzanakas3 » 2009 May 17, 17:53

Imo one of the best players against lazio.His defending was excellent and top class for 120 minutes.He also had some nice touches and good attacking play as you mentioned.+2 defence for me(80),as he is the best and most improved Samp defender this period.Also agree with agility.DA is fine on 77 for a defender and reflects his ability.

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Jun 25, 23:19

updated defence, response, mentality, agility and probably ST by accident :D

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby Alex_10 » 2009 Jun 26, 09:26

aggression could go up to 73, he really likes to move past midfield with the ball at his feet

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby zuo » 2009 Jun 28, 12:28

was the fighter of sampdoria's defence,actually one of the most cheered players of the team every game...btw i have two suggestions:

STA:@86
Nesta and Chivu are on this value,he's surely on their level regarding this,and the fact he can actually play as a SB,that's an issue,he needs more fuel in tank

MEN:@86
This is actually his BEST skill,as a CB has got this good attitude.Always costantly working hard till 90's (or more,for example against lazio in italian's cup final).
the value left 1 point behind Paolo Cannavaro(85)(clearly less hardman) and 1 from Chiellini and Mexes(87)

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby Alex_10 » 2009 Jun 28, 13:27

zuo wrote:was the fighter of sampdoria's defence,actually one of the most cheered players of the team every game...btw i have two suggestions:

STA:@86
Nesta and Chivu are on this value,he's surely on their level regarding this,and the fact he can actually play as a SB,that's an issue,he needs more fuel in tank

MEN:@86
This is actually his BEST skill,as a CB has got this good attitude.Always costantly working hard till 90's (or more,for example against lazio in italian's cup final).
the value left 1 point behind Paolo Cannavaro(85)(clearly less hardman) and 1 from Chiellini and Mexes(87)


agree but imo 86 in STA is too much, Chivu is also a SB and needs that high value

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby zuo » 2009 Jul 05, 15:59

lol never noticed that. Campagnaro natural role is SB too. Years ago he used to play as WF in early early Piacenza times!After a few matches,all of his piacenza career played SB.
in fact,he was adapted as side CB of a three-men defence,never plays as a CB in a 4 man defence,in that case he plays as a SB.
And no matter what,he HAS more stamina than chivu(who's a little overrated imo).

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby Alex_10 » 2009 Jul 09, 17:33

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Aug 21, 06:41

Looking at the ladders for Dribbling for CB's...I could see him with a bit higher DS value. I think 77 for DA is fine, on par with Chivu and 1 below Lucio. But both of them are much faster, and I don't think Campagnaro loses much pace on the ball. He is very effective with his dribbles forward.

Attack: 68(on par with Manfredini and Lucio, one behind Chivu)
Stamina: 85
Agility: 80(considering his size, and how good he looks on the ball...w/o raising his DA)
Dribble Speed: 80
Aggression: 73(putting him on par with Domenico CRISCITO, Philippe MEXÈS)
Mentality: 84(slight raise...I'm not sure if he is on the same level as P.Cannovaro(85))

An interesting note is that in the 60th min of the Coppa match Santacroce came in and replaced Maggio, and Campagnaro moved over to WB. Something to keep an eye on, because I think he is more likely to play WB/SB rather than DMF...but again, we will see.

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Aug 28, 13:44

jmg721 wrote:Attack: 68(on par with Manfredini and Lucio, one behind Chivu)
Stamina: 85
Dribble Speed: 80
Aggression: 73(putting him on par with Domenico CRISCITO, Philippe MEXÈS)
Mentality: 84(slight raise...I'm not sure if he is on the same level as P.Cannovaro(85))


Agree with the above. Would also suggest:

tech @ 77 - could be higher, but he quite smoothly brings the ball down and under control
curling @ 76 - can put nice curls on crosses when he has time and space on the ball
Add LT* - not sure if it was him, but it was a defender on the right, wasn't Maggio.

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Sep 03, 15:47

Making the following update:

ATT@ 68
BB @ 83
STA @ 85
ACC @ 81
TS @ 82
DA @ 78
DS @ 81
ST @ 71
Curling @ 76
Technique @ 79 - I haven't seen a CB in serie A with a better ability to trap the ball
Aggression @ 73
Mentality @ 84
TW @ 79
*Long Throw

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Re: Hugo Armando CAMPAGNARO

Postby Rfuna » 2009 Oct 05, 18:38

Rfuna wrote:Making the following update:

ATT@ 68
BB @ 83
STA @ 85
ACC @ 81
TS @ 82
DA @ 78
DS @ 81
ST @ 71
Curling @ 76
Technique @ 79 - I haven't seen a CB in serie A with a better ability to trap the ball
Aggression @ 73
Mentality @ 84
TW @ 79
*Long Throw


any objections to this update?

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