Zlatan Ibrahimović | 2004-2007 | 2007-2010 | 2011-2013

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Zlatan Ibrahimović | 2004-2007 | 2007-2010 | 2011-2013

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Apr 03, 17:06

2004-2007

Clubs: AFC Ajax • Juventus FCFC Internazi onaleMilano



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2007-2010

Clubs: FC Internazi onaleMilanoFC Barcelona



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2011-2013

Club: AC MilanParis Saint-Germain



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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ 2006/2008

Postby crisfar » 2009 Apr 03, 17:14

Can I make another classic Ibra , from January 2009 until 2 April 2009? It was yesterday so it is past so it is Classic...
C'mon every excuse it's good to post about Zlatan...

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ 2006/2008

Postby lfc 4 eva » 2009 Apr 03, 17:16

Whats the point of this.
If your gonna do contempory Ibra do one of his Ajax days.

PS. look at his leg in the pic, its hyper extended :shock:

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ 2006/2008

Postby yourigo » 2009 Apr 03, 17:38

lfc 4 eva wrote:Whats the point of this.
If your gonna do contempory Ibra do one of his Ajax days.

PS. look at his leg in the pic, its hyper extended :shock:


yeah, do him in ajax days, great player

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ 2002/2003

Postby steu » 2009 Apr 03, 18:10

EDIT : Changed to Ajax seasons. ;)

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ 2002/2003

Postby maidire80 » 2009 Jul 28, 08:37

these couldn't be the stats from 2002/2003...
these stats are similar to the juventus era
so change the year to 2004/2006

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2002-2003

Postby jurgens » 2009 Jul 28, 10:12

These stats are stupid. Seems like you just took the current ibrahimovic and randomly increased and decreased certain stats and called it a "classic".

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2002-2003

Postby Classical » 2009 Jul 28, 10:55

I think that making different versions of players may prove useful to fit diferent teams in diferent times.

Take Ronaldo Fenomeno, he was probably at his best in Barcelona? but he won Best Player of the World award while in Inter and while in Real Madrid. And he changed his way of play during these times as the stats (there are 3 Ronaldos in this database) accurately portray.

This logic, in my specific case, I've applied it to Figo and Cristiano Ronaldo, both of them played in Sporting in the early stages of their careers and, of course, were a shadow of what would become in later years. But if I want to play with Sporting from that time, would't be fair to have Figo with the Real stats or Cristiano Ronaldo with Man Utd stats. They suffered a natural evolution troughout the years and were inferior players at the time.

This to say that I personally stand with different sets of stats for the same player to emmulate different times of his career.

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2002-2003

Postby DeFrenZ » 2009 Jul 28, 12:02

I doubt that when Juve bought him he was already this good :\

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2002-2003

Postby maidire80 » 2009 Jul 28, 12:54

these are my suggestions for the classic juventus's era

attack: 86
remove middle shooting
add passing
dribbilng speed: 87
shot power: 89
shot technique: 92
Short Pass Accuracy: 83
Short Pass Speed: 81 (he was a real assist-man, a second striker, not a CF)
shot accuracy maybe can go down to 79
header could go up to 80

if you don't like to decrase him, i can do the classic juventus version, maybe with some help from the people who have follows him, some juventus's supperters for example.
his way to play is complitly different to his inter seasons

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2002-2003

Postby N3KR0 » 2009 Jul 30, 08:26

He was reallllllllly fast back in the day.

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2002-2003

Postby krzygut » 2009 Jul 30, 20:34

I feel same thing, maybe acc should be 87

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2002-2003

Postby Classical » 2009 Jul 30, 20:47

I already think he is too fast like this. He always, even when younger, relied more on his close dribble than on wild runnings.

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2002-2003

Postby krzygut » 2009 Jul 31, 01:44

maybe you are right I personally think it comes with time but maybe Im wrong

even if its true ibra could run fast if he needs to

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2002-2003

Postby CLU82 » 2010 Mar 05, 05:53

I like it that he looks like Dave Gahan from Depeche Mode in this photo.

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2002-2003

Postby Oswaldo » 2010 Jun 03, 17:08

He didn't develop in ATT,ST over 8 years?

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2002-2003

Postby Fiddy » 2010 Jun 04, 22:21

i was gonna say it, i'd rate him at 84-85 to be fair

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2009-2010 & 2002-2003

Postby CDDRodrigo » 2010 Jul 23, 12:02

I think Ibra's era should be extended to 2008-2010 to include his Serie A top scorer season.

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2009-2010 & 2002-2003

Postby hsnandra » 2010 Jul 27, 22:10

Agree with above; peak era should be 2008-2010.

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Re: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ | 2009-2010 & 2002-2003

Postby Dan_Trequartista » 2010 Nov 25, 14:59

Agree Totally. His last season at Inter was brilliant.

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