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Tom Huddlestone

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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby deity86 » 2010 May 10, 14:01

I know what you mean, I mentioned it a few posts back but he can be quite hard to judge when it comes to speed. I do get the feeling he is a bit quicker over distance but the trouble is that he doesn't really sprint alot in matches so it's hard to tell. It's something I want to keep an eye on next season ;)
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby Manne » 2010 Aug 16, 22:26

I think LPS could be even higher is there anyone who puts more power in his long passes then him?

He could deserve 94-95 in LPS his power is just insane. Sometimes they are like hard shots.
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby Paddy » 2010 Aug 28, 16:29

I don't think he's as agile as 1st post states, he changes direction slower than a Sumo wrestler on ice skates.
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby skjaer » 2010 Oct 23, 00:24

Huddleston and he deserved a very strong increase in the Balance: 88
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby skjaer » 2010 Oct 29, 06:08

My suggestion for Huddlestone


Huddleston Balance: from 85 he deserved an increase to 87 or 88.

Because the balance of Sandro's 87 and the balance of Fellaini is 90 and it weighs 85, they are superior balance of Huddleston 85 and he weighs 84, they have almost the same physical type.
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby Brezza » 2011 Apr 21, 14:18

Paddy wrote:I don't think he's as agile as 1st post states, he changes direction slower than a Sumo wrestler on ice skates.


Agreed. Even with his height Id rate him more along the lines of 74/75? Shot tech could even be higher like 83 . What a striker of the ball. I don't know when last I've seen someone strike the ball the way he does in the Premiership Since a young Paul Scholes. Not just basing this on his goal vs Arsenal, but he does has a habit of scoring those sweetly struck first time shots from 25-30 yards.
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby Fiddy » 2011 Apr 23, 18:20

well, i am not sure about Agility to be honnest, but surly needs a boost in his ST, something in the range of 82/83 like Brezza said would be fair IMO, something else, i can see a +1 in SA...any ideas ?
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby Al-bulldozer » 2011 May 12, 11:41

Isn't his height 190 cm which makes him harder to change direction ؟‎
about his shot accuracy I think it could be 73-73 .
Finally how about his body balance ؟

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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby BigStu » 2011 May 12, 17:43

I have updated him

To represent his shooting ability I've given him a high ST, and a low SA and given him 1 touch pass

Alos lowere agility, balance and jump (header i think) to make him less dominating in the air
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby Phil » 2011 May 12, 17:58

That SA is too low, Cattermole is above him for god's sake. Even if he's got good SP/ST, his accuracy is not below average imo.
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby BigStu » 2011 May 12, 18:29

No trust me, with that combo he is too good at shooting, especially when doing at typical long range goal (i.e moving towards goal and hitting it) or finishing inside the box
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby Al-bulldozer » 2011 May 12, 18:45

If I were you I wouldn't touch his body balance because he is so strong during aerial challenges ، I would decrease his jump ،
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby Mandark » 2011 May 27, 13:34

Phil wrote:That SA is too low, Cattermole is above him for god's sake. Even if he's got good SP/ST, his accuracy is not below average imo.

Are you sure about this one?
I meant, we're talking about a guy who regularly (2-3 times/season) misses the goal, shooting from the center of the pitch, only for the ball to end up awarded to the opposition for a throw in from one of the sides!
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby Vranny » 2011 May 27, 23:36

Mandark wrote:
Phil wrote:That SA is too low, Cattermole is above him for god's sake. Even if he's got good SP/ST, his accuracy is not below average imo.

Are you sure about this one?
I meant, we're talking about a guy who regularly (2-3 times/season) misses the goal, shooting from the center of the pitch, only for the ball to end up awarded to the opposition for a throw in from one of the sides!

That sounds like a lack of ST to me, if anything :?
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby BigStu » 2011 May 28, 07:51

Its a lack of both, but the thing is when he strikes it cleanly he's probably got the best strike in the league technique wise, which is why I have gone for such a low value for SA (could be lower) and a high ST (could be higher)
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby Jez » 2011 May 28, 07:55

If you think about the grand scheme of things, 82 isn't even a great number for Shot Technique. That'd be average for a Striker but looks more impressive because he's a Midfielder.
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Re: Tom HUDDLESTONE

Postby Vranny » 2011 Sep 28, 14:56

Is he deserving of IT: C yet? These re-occurring ankle injuries are killing him.
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Re: Tom Huddlestone

Postby Rmb2w » 2013 Apr 21, 15:03

His passing was fucking superb against Man City today, really changed the game, just loved his passing. Dat Long passes, executed so perfectly from such deep long ranges and they were accurate as hell. Those passes clearly resembled like Xabi's one, very pacy one and damn accurate. Clearly close to red LPS if not red. Not to mention low orange LPA too is a must.

EDIT: That assist to Bale, his DS looked much better than the current value
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Re: Tom Huddlestone

Postby Yazid » 2013 Apr 27, 21:57

His passing is brilliant.
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Re: Tom Huddlestone

Postby vlahm » 2013 May 04, 15:26

Such a great passer... He needs a slight increase on his passing stats.

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