David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

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David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby Fixer » 2009 Jun 14, 22:55

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Name: David Villa Sánchez "DAVID VILLA"

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Club: Valencia CF




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Villa is one of the most feared strikers on the European stage and for both club and country has become a pivotal player.
After prolific spells with Sporting Gijon and Real Zaragoza, he joined Valencia in 2005 and elevated himself to the top of the game with consistently excellent displays and bags full of goals.

Both a great goalscorer and a scorer of great goals, Villa is a versatile player who can perform out wide, in behind the forwards or as a lone striker. A goal in a friendly against England in February 2009 saw him set a new record by becoming the first Spanish player to score in six successive games for the national side and it will not be too long before his name supplants Raul's as the country's all-time leading scorer.

Having never played for one of football's elite clubs, Villa made a €40 million move to Barcelona before the 2010 World Cup; just reward for years of hard work.


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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005

Postby clinon » 2010 Feb 22, 13:13

Name: David Villa

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Club: Real Zaragoza
Number: 9
Position: CF*
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Era: 2003-2005

Foot: R
Side: B

Length: 175
Weight: 69

Attack: 84
Defence: 38
Balance: 78
Stamina: 82
Top Speed: 85
Acceleration: 88
Response: 84
Agility: 87
Dribble Accuracy: 84
Dribble Speed: 86
Short Pass Accuracy: 74
Short Pass Speed: 73
Long Pass Accuracy: 72
Long Pass Speed: 73
Shot Accuracy: 83
Shot Power: 82
Shot Technique: 86
Free Kick Accuracy: 78
Curling: 80
Header: 76
Jump: 78
Technique: 85
Aggression: 87
Mentality: 78
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 80

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 6
Weak Foot Accuracy: 6
Weak Foot frequency: 6
Consistency: 6

SPECIAL ABILITIES:
*Dribbling
*Reaction
*Scoring
*1-1 Scoring
*Lines
*Penalties

20 of his 31 Goals for Zaragoza:

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005

Postby seilaja17 » 2010 Apr 21, 12:19

lfc 4 eva wrote:Why is he slower than current day Villa?


Yes, I think he was even faster than now.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby Fantasista » 2011 Aug 16, 10:18

He should have the same speed stats in both sets, maybe the younger one might be a bit quicker.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby jurgens » 2011 Sep 18, 10:01

Fixer, any ideas what to do with these (if you see this)? I have rough ideas.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby Korinov » 2011 Sep 19, 08:35

Well, I'm not Fixer but here's my opinion:

2009 - 10 set has two problems: a bit overrated and that season wasn't his best at Valencia. 2008 - 09 was his true prime, 30 goals and 7 assists in 40 matches. 2007 - 08 was also a very good season (22 goals + 11 assists in 41 matches). If we're going to make a set for his Valencia era, then I'd suggest 2007 - 09... I think 2009 - 10 Villa, while having a good season and being a key player in Spain's victory at the WC, was closer to present day Villa than to his peak at Valencia... he was already getting slower and not-so clinical at finishing; in fact, it was rumored among Valencia fans that he was doing just ok and reserving himself to play at Real Madrid next season. No comments.

So I'd change his Valencia era to 2007 - 2009. About the overrated part:

Stamina: 85
Top Speed: 87
Acceleration: 89
Response: 90
Agility: 89


Stamina, TS, Acc and Agility have to go down. It makes no sense to say that he got significantly faster, more agile and more resistant than in his younger days. On the other hand, I think his Response is ok (he was a total area predator in those days)... the problem is that in his 2003- 2005 set Response is underrated, I'd upgrade it to 86. Stamina could also go up to 84.

About the 2007 - 09 set, I'd go for Stamina 84, TS 85, Acc 88, Agility 87.

Dribble Accuracy: 87
Dribble Speed: 87


Both too high, I don't remember Villa being such a classy dribbler. DA 85 would be ok. And DS should be the same as his younger set: 86.

Shot Accuracy: 91
Shot Power: 85
Shot Technique: 92


SP is fine. SA would be ok at 90, one point more than what I suggested for Classic Tristán. ST 91 would also be enough.

I think the rest is fine, save for TW, which I would lower to 82.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby Fixer » 2011 Sep 19, 08:52

As for TS he should have at least higher ACC at the Zaragoza set...I wouldn't really change TS at all (Talking about the Zgz set and about what Korinov pointed) but I disagree with such a low DA. In fact 87 may be too much, 86 looks like the deal to me, he was also really tricky and his control has always been pretty neat imo.

Nothing to add on shooting, looks good. Im a bit clueless about anything else tough tbh, can barely tell.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby jurgens » 2011 Sep 19, 13:19

No way in hell was he ever worth an ornage value in SA. 87/88 MAX. I've stated my opinion on the matter a thousand times in villas thread. Anyways I'll just use Fixers set which he posted at the start of the 2010/2011 season right when he joined barca.
TheGame wrote:David Villa Sánchez 'David Villa'

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Club: FC Barcelona
Number: 7
Position: SS**, CF
Nationality: Spanish _esp
Age: 29 (03/DEC/1981)

Foot: R
Side: B

Length: 175
Weight: 69

Attack: 91
Defence: 46
Balance: 77
Stamina: 84
Top Speed: 85
Acceleration: 87
Response: 90
Agility: 87
Dribble Accuracy: 86
Dribble Speed: 87
Short Pass Accuracy: 78
Short Pass Speed: 75
Long Pass Accuracy: 76
Long Pass Speed: 75
Shot Accuracy: 87
Shot Power: 85
Shot Technique: 89
Free Kick Accuracy: 80
Curling: 85
Header: 78
Jump: 80
Technique: 88
Aggression: 90
Mentality: 84
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 83

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 7
Weak Foot Accuracy: 7
Weak Foot Frequency: 7
Consistency: 7

PLAYER INDEX CARDS 2011:
P05 – Mazing Run
P10 – Incisive Run
P14 – Dummy Runner
S01 – Marauding
S03 – 1-on-1 Finish
S04 – PK Taker
S05 – 1-Touch Play
S20 – Flicking Skills

PLAYER INDEX CARDS 2010:
P07 - Mazing Run
P12 - Incisive Run
P16 - Dummy Runner
S01 - Reaction
S03 - 1-on-1 Finish
S04 - PK Taker
S05 - 1-Touch Play
S20 - Scooping

SPECIAL ABILITIES:
*Dribbling
*Reaction
*Scoring
*1-1 Scoring
*Penalties
*1-Touch Pass

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Eurocup top scorer, World Cup top scorer, the most consistent scorer in La Liga. David Villa is a scorer, a poacher, a deadly striker. But he’s much more than that. He’s one of the best attacking players In the world because of his goals but also because of his deadly pace, his dribbling and his sweet touch, along with a high work rate and good understandment with his partners. That makes of him the perfect player for both the Spanish national team and a club like Barça who are fans of that style of playing and even tough Ibrahimovic could have ended up addapting to Barça style because he has more than enough quality, It’s Villa the perfect striker for them. The best thing of him Is that he’d be just as perfect for Valencia or Madrid’s style. One of the most complete fowards In the world. But he has changed. Most people’d agree with me that they felt like he wouldn’t be Valencia’s Villa at Barça. Not that he got worse but he has changed. Let’s see what’s been going on.


Speed: Villa Is not as fast as he was in Valencia and that’s clear. We saw It in World Cup, where he was fast but he ended up being caught by players like Ponce from Chile
He’s fast no doubt, but the best thing about him Is his speed with the ball wich allows him to fall to the left side easily.

Agility: Not such high value but he’s still pretty agile. He can sneak trough players because of his small size but also his quick movements due to his outstanding agility.

Dribbling: Even tough he is still a good dribbler (very good) and he is very fast with the ball, he is not the tricky Villa he was at Valencia. There he had another playing style and he could do that stuff more often but both his new team and his own changes in his playing.

Passing: He’s one of the best passers of the ball in his position and he doesn’t have to envy anything in this aspect to the likes of Forlán. His long passing Is better than It looks to be and his short passing Is very close to yellows. Very good indeed.

Shooting: Nothing that has changed on him, but he Is not as deadly as to deserve such high numbers in his shooting. He can fail too and even tough he’s a clinical finisher he can also miss some clear chances. This year he has failed more than ever but It’s not the reason I’ve decided to decrease his stats.

FKA: Not a regular taker now. He hasn’t really scored free kick goals in the last times.

Condition/Stamina/Mentality: Decreased stamina a bit and changed mentality one point up. He’s got a great physique but he’s also one hell of a hardworker and he’s always been. One player focused that doesn’t easily fall under pressure and he’s always there. He’s also played pretty much always and he’s been one of the most used players by Guardiola so far. And Guardiola rotates a lot. He usually only misses matches due to cards or small injuries but he’s 99% of the times a starter for Barça and he’s been for Valencia last two seasons. I only remember him coming as a sub a couple of times, and with Emery that’s hard.

Technique: One of the things that has given me more head aches. Villa’s touch Is absolutely outstanding and he’s above average. I’ve thought for a while 87 was low for him but I still think more than 88 Is being too generous with him and too harsh with other players who are one point less or one point more than him.

Removed lines. Does not reflect how easily he falls in offside and with the aggression decrease I'll explain now he needed It more than ever.

--> Defence and aggression have been increased and decreased sightly. Villa Is not any more Barça's offensive reference and he falls a lot more to midfield ot start the end of the offensive playing from the wing. I think this could help along with his position as SS at Barça.


Of course, as I said, this ain’t finished yet as I’m still tweaking him and It’s open to discussion. Hope you find It use-able.
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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby Fixer » 2011 Sep 19, 14:45

At his best season for Valencia he was so damn deadly in front of goal. Seriously, comparing his current shooting form with his best year at Valencia makes me puke :lol:. There's just no comparison. When I made this set he wasn't as good as he was back then anyway.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby jurgens » 2011 Sep 19, 14:53

Would you be interested in making a set for his best days? This set is really just here for the world cup winners.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby Fixer » 2011 Sep 19, 14:55

Yes, I wouldn't mind at all. Im a bit busy lately as I've just started classes again, but I've got a free day on wednesday so I could begin working on It.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby PanteraIFD » 2012 May 23, 03:46

Villa is one of my favorite strikers, brings together all the skills a good striker needs to have. Great shot, movement, speed, dribbling, technique, and he is a good freekicker too. He is one of the best shooters I've seen and had an incredible ability to score goals, I'll never forget a goal from midfield he score, incredible shot technique. Enough talk, I'll put two suggestions:
Attack: 93
Positioning very good and scored many goals in the passage through Valencia.
Shot Accuracy: 91
As I said, he has a pretty good shot and score goal all the way.

One more thing. Change the Era to 2005-2010, which is all his time in Valencia and he demonstrated this ability during all the years he was there.

Football is very simple: who has the ball attacks, who doesn't have defends.
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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby Korinov » 2012 May 23, 14:29

Sets (both) need to be udpated to new standars. Agree his SA could perfectly be at oranges for his prime set, I'm not so sure about ST though. Need to rewatch some footage of his.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby jurgens » 2012 May 23, 16:52

I doubht he was ever higher than 87 SA. The guy has the worst shot on target ratio in one of his best seasons. I don't think he declined much in shooting at barca, just people didn't seem him enough at valencia then would see the odd wonder goal and think he was the best finisher in the world. When we know from watching barca, he messe up way too many times but does score some beautiful goals.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby Yazid » 2012 Jul 02, 14:10

Set needs work, Jurgens, would it be helpful to you if I posted a thread with a lot of contemporary players and current players with their revolutionary values so sets could get updated to current standards faster? That way you can compare players in 1 place.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby jurgens » 2012 Jul 02, 17:52

sure

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby Yazid » 2012 Jul 29, 18:39

Prime torres has 92 att, is Villa below that?

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby REAL_MADRID » 2012 Jul 29, 19:30

For sure he needs more Attack, he has been the best spanish striker since Raúl. IMO 93/94for Attack would suit him better.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby Yazid » 2012 Jul 29, 19:48

94 would defo be overkill, Drogba and Shevchenko have 93, Torres is at 92 and Rooney at 91, and he is certainly not near Raul, Crespo and RVP at 95. 93 is good imo, maybe even 92 would be better suited to him.

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Re: David VILLA | 2003-2005 & 2009-2010

Postby kuer86 » 2013 May 26, 15:21

i think his sa is underrated here, he was a killer in front of the goal in his best days and i think attack could be higher too, he was damn dangerous

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