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Stephen Carr

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Re: Stephen CARR, Retired

Postby Markulur » 2008 Dec 27, 20:12

Retired for his injuries. Needs to be moved to classical or deleted.
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Mar 09, 14:01

His stamina has been incredible for Brum I wouldn't hesitate giving him an 88 for stamina.
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby brondbylove » 2009 Jun 04, 21:54

Wasn't he retired? :shock:
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby Paddy » 2009 Aug 30, 17:24

He's both sided.
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby deity86 » 2009 Nov 09, 20:56

Every time I've seen him this season he's looked quite a bit faster than his current stats suggest.
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 15, 22:19

deity86 wrote:Every time I've seen him this season he's looked quite a bit faster than his current stats suggest.
Despite his age (who said 33 is old?) he's definitely looked quick. He seems to have a very nice burst of pace but can maintain a good level of speed over distance. I've seen him more like a TS: 83/84 and ACC: 84 to be honest.

Isn't his Mentality a tad harsh also?

Also.. updated his Age, Height (-1cm according the Brum site) and fixed the format.
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby BigStu » 2009 Dec 16, 08:11

agree with your speed suggestions he is still quick and mentlaity should be in the yellows he really does chase every ball down perhaps 81/82 and note team work needs to go up as well and one final point is DEF 67 too low he is very solid positionaly
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby Tom » 2009 Dec 16, 08:20

Given him an update. Chelseakid, Carr isn't anything special in his positional sense and he certainly isn't sound.
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby BigStu » 2009 Dec 16, 08:23

OK I wasn't completly sure about defence, 68 is pretty good anyway and close ot what I had in mind anyway (69), thanks he needed that update
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby Paddy » 2009 Dec 16, 15:03

I think he should easily have a 70 for defence, considering Stuart Parnaby has a 71, it could even be a 72, but I have a feeling his stats may be innacurate.
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby Tom » 2009 Dec 16, 16:19

Paddy wrote:I think he should easily have a 70 for defence, considering Stuart Parnaby has a 71, it could even be a 72, but I have a feeling his stats may be innacurate.


Yeah, Parnaby definitely needs decreasing. As for Carr's Defence stat, I don't believe that he's comparable to the likes of Paul Konchesky or Wayne Bridge in this department and so I can't possibly put him at a 70 for Defence.
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby Paddy » 2009 Dec 16, 16:21

Konchesky should undoubtedly be higher than a 70! As for Bridge, well, after seeing him so far this season, I actually do think it'd be fair to have Carr on par (ryhming couplet OH YEAH!) with him.
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby Tom » 2009 Dec 16, 16:24

Paddy wrote:Konchesky should undoubtedly be higher than a 70! As for Bridge, well, after seeing him so far this season, I actually do think it'd be fair to have Carr on par (ryhming couplet OH YEAH!) with him.


Bridge has been spectacularly awful this year though, Paddy. On his current performances, his positional sense has been worse than the likes of Armand Traore or, in your case the most damning statment possible, Belhadj :D
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby Paddy » 2009 Dec 16, 16:40

Hey, I'd rate Rafael worse defensively than Belhadj ;)
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby Paddy » 2010 Nov 29, 02:24

So, where to start, for one, Carr is now 34, no more a spring chicken and no longer bombing up the one as he once has, and well he's improved phenomenally as a defender often times being the player who'll be the last line of defence and being the one who makes the last ditch tackle and 4 out of 5 times he'll come out on top. As well as the age, it correlates to his speed, Carr is no longer the pacey player he once was, he's actually somewhat slower than 1st post makes him out to be, but I'd still rate him marginally over 80.
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby Jez » 2010 Dec 17, 02:41

Top Speed 81 Acceleration 82?

I agree that he has become more of a defensively solid fullback and is far more balanced than he has been known for in the past. I've lowered his attack to the level we have him in our new Attack ladder for now. For defence I was thinking something around the same level. I'd compare using the ladders however I think we should be thinking about revising them as our next project.
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby BigStu » 2010 Dec 17, 18:29

I see Jez forgot to update Attack in the first post......
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby Jez » 2010 Dec 17, 18:45

I did?
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Re: Stephen CARR

Postby BigStu » 2010 Dec 17, 18:46

Yeah, you left it at 73

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