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Guido Carrillo

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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby Paablito » 2013 Sep 06, 00:41

This dude is on fire, his level raised a lot this year, his balance and shot's abilities showed a huge improvement in this matches. I can see a better set here.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby Vickingo » 2013 Sep 07, 22:52

Great game and he seems an interesting player, he's got material to replace Zapata at least decently. He's such a physical beast, I don't think he's just 83kg, is like a bull. He's got rough movements, lacks agility and speed/acceleration on PES terms but he's got a decent response to go for the ball and finish the gameplay.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby lucashag » 2013 Nov 26, 05:03

ha an interesting start of the tournament, but couldn't keep up the level he had at the beggining, anyway set needs some touches, ATT, BAL, RES, AGG, HEA and JUMP, could all go up, aswell as his shooting stats, IMO he is SP>ST>SA. Maybe Sta could be one or two points lower aswell. and he is TS> ACC, something like 77/73 in both.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby lucashag » 2014 Feb 20, 03:09

he's a beast in the ground, izquierdoz had tons of trouble trying to move him. also he has a decent touch in him that help him holding the ball, good player tbh.
BTW, he's been the responsable of kicking the penalties since a while and i don't remember him missing any of them, something to keep an eye on.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby Paablito » 2014 Feb 20, 14:35

lucashag wrote:ha an interesting start of the tournament, but couldn't keep up the level he had at the beggining, anyway set needs some touches, ATT, BAL, RES, AGG, HEA and JUMP, could all go up, aswell as his shooting stats, IMO he is SP>ST>SA. Maybe Sta could be one or two points lower aswell. and he is TS> ACC, something like 77/73 in both.

Also I paid attention something this matches is how backs to defend, constantly he goes to the midfield to asphyxiate the DMF, for example yesterday vs Lanús, he had to follow Somoza several times to press him and did it correctly but failed some easy passes, not only yesterday in many matches I paid attention in that.

Summarizing (i'm not quite sure about his value in att, but more o less)
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Attack: 78
Defence: 42
Balance: 85
Stamina: 77
Top Speed: 77
Acceleration: 73
Response: 83
Agility: 71
Dribble Accuracy: 74
Dribble Speed: 70
Short Pass Accuracy: 70
Short Pass Speed: 73
Long Pass Accuracy: 67
Long Pass Speed: 67
Shot Accuracy: 75
Shot Power: 83
Shot Technique: 76
Free Kick Accuracy: 68
Curling: 69
Header: 83
Jump: 82
Technique: 73
Aggression: 84
Mentality: 65
Keeper Skills: 50
Teamwork: 74 ?

Attack Awareness: 3
Defence Awareness: 2

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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby lucashag » 2014 Feb 23, 23:37

i rather wait to give him an overhaul, cause he's on a good streak like in the other tournament, but then he fall apart, so let's see how he development in the rest of the season. One thing, he's so weird in terms managing his speed, he isn't soooooo slow but doesn't use it enough to deserve higher than 75 , or there's the rare ocassion when he displays higher, maybe is an ACC problem?Not sure anyway.
The only things i'm pretty sure on a value are BAL (85) and JUMP (82), the rest we could wait longer.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby lucashag » 2014 Mar 17, 03:34

i think that the only one that came more or less close to him in body battles was cata diaz this tournament, he's impossible to move if he can put his foot down, last tournament he rulled out balanta quite easy that way and today did the same with blengio, still he doesn't overpower anyone like silva used to do in boca or pratto currently in velez, but still he is a heavy trunk.
i'll love to see him vs carli/olivera in quilmes cause they're quite nasty on the ground.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby Paablito » 2014 Apr 06, 18:47

The other day vs Moiraghi and Furios was a funny day for him :lol: Furios tried to kick out him more than once and Moraighi cann't with him all the night, his aerial domination is more than decent for here has a really good combo in bb/jump.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby lucashag » 2014 Apr 27, 23:57

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTqqhHrX5-A&t=215m54s the best example of his posting skills, when he's standing he's really impossing and hard to move an inch, look how balanta was going backwards after trying to smash him. He does that all the freaking time.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby lucashag » 2014 May 10, 07:05

I have him with this in my OF. He 's been showing better sta/commitment to the team not like 6 months ago, his acc didn't look as bad as last 6 months though, didn't touch Ts.

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Attack 78
Defense 42
Balance 86
Stamina 80
Top speed 75
Acc 74/5
Response 83
Agility 70
Dribble accuracy 73
Dribble speed 72
Short pass accuracy 70
Short pass speed 71
Long pass accuracy 67
Long pass speed 67
Shot accuracy 75
Shot power 81
Shot tecnique 79
Free kick qccuracy 69
Swerve 65
Header 82
Jump 82
Tec 76
Aggression 82
Ment 65
Team work 76

Form 5
Wfa 5
Wff 5

Track back card and def aw.2

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I don't see his att any higher than 78, not that dangerous to deserve higher, althought he's been pretty reactive + *positioning are enough to replicate how reactive he is and how he's always seeking in the area.
Def + track back + D/A 2 to replicate his deffnsive work.
Bust his stamina, far from the uncommited guy in the past, didn't touch his ment, if he gets tired he tone down his performance quite a bit.
That balance is more than necessary look how all the rest strugle to move him an inch when he put his back it's pretty funny. PS: Who saw the match vs quilmes probabbly saw how he made martinez getting a yellow card, inmense balance was showed there.
Didn't touched sa, but st was needed, guy is a very clean shooter, has scored chileans volleys, the goal vs racing came from a backheel shot of him, and made a real similar vs newells that went really close fo the post.
Raised bc, his first touch is decent, specially the chest controls he can pulled, also went with a -1 for da and lesser ep, after h
Head and jump are pretty obvious changes, always had a more than decent hea/jump
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby Paablito » 2014 May 11, 06:59

lucashag wrote:Def + track back + D/A 2 to replicate his deffnsive work.
Bust his stamina, far from the uncommited guy in the past, didn't touch his ment, if he gets tired he tone down his performance quite a bit.


perfect example

btw, really need it that value in st? i have in my notes little worse smth like 77 still better than his sa, i'm playing with att 77, spa 69 sps 73 but is more o less the same, no drastic changes in game
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby lucashag » 2014 May 29, 03:36

So we're basically agree right? No drama with st a bit lower than what i've suggested so go ahead.watching a bit more i'll just go with slightly higher jump that what i suggest, just 1 point higher (83)
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby Paablito » 2014 Jul 20, 21:49

updated as we have been talking bout.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby Scaramuso » 2014 Oct 15, 13:50

He's really intelligent and dangerous in the box.. and yesterday gave some nice passes, specially to Auzqui, covering the ball with his amazing balance and waiting him go up.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby Vickingo » 2014 Oct 15, 14:29

Indeed, Lucas...are you sure about that low mentality? Not just saying because he's captain (nothing to do with it) but he seems to have a good tenacity lately, he took the ball at 95' and scored the penalty, I don't know if in the past he would do that. Also he seems to be very focused in fight and don't think he decreases his level a lot when he's tired, probably I'm wrong. I do love his style, he's got a great future...perfect player to play in England imo.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby lucashag » 2014 Oct 18, 04:39

Maybe i did was a bit extra harsh on him with that ment value, doubtious i dont wanna overpower him, also he was kind of a weak link when it comes to fighting with adversity, he probably is slowly changing that issue.

BTW, if you can catch a match of him,check this guy controls, he doesn't always recieve the ball completely comfort (he moves a bit akward) or doesn't try to control it and prefers first time passes. But has few moments of high quality touches, despict the fact that he recieves lots of long balls to fight in the air with his headers makes his ground game a lesser part of his game. I remember one against velez last tournament, it was almost at the beggining on the match, rulli send him a bullet from the kick off and he just trap it while having a man at his back pushing him (or at least trying to push him :mrgreen: ), can't find the link of that match ATM.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby Vickingo » 2014 Oct 23, 10:31

Yeah, you're right about his technique lucas, he's showing pretty good controls seems classy at it.
Btw I love this player, again scored with a beautiful shot, nice placement in there.

Also scored the penalty shoting with an incredible SP, seriously that was damn strong.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby Scaramuso » 2014 Nov 07, 16:42

Vickingo wrote:Also scored the penalty shoting with an incredible SP, seriously that was damn strong.


Yesterday too.
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Re: Guido Carrillo

Postby lucashag » 2014 Nov 08, 03:10

His header has been amazing this semester (way better than before).Throw him the ball, he will "clean" the play with a header.
PS. I didn't get why gallardo set their cb's to play one on one with vera and carrillo, they are so annoying to mark in that situation, vera is clever using his body to earn the ball or some foul, carrillo is pure power and is always winning the ball in hard places. Certainly an odd decision, specially when the pressure in their mid was unsuccesful (due to the good work of both gil romero and jara) also because of the fast trancisions of the team when they had the ball. Playing one on one against them it's suicidal.

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