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Rúben Neves

Postby PES Stats Database » 2015 Oct 27, 13:06

Full Name: Rúben Diogo da Silva Neves
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He has drawn comparisons to Pirlo and Busquets by teammate Christian Tello. In Portugal he is referred to as a "predestinado" (or “born footballer”), an allusion to the fact that this youngster is blessed with innate and superior footballing skills and intelligence.
His flawless positional sense, excelent vision and speed of thought are matched with an above-average technique, especially his passing. Not only is he very accurate and possesses extensive passing range but he passes quickly as well, a trait that makes him even more valuable and a rarity in football nowadays.
His ability to read the game and tactical awareness means that he is always involved and has plenty of time on the ball.
Neves usually sits in a deep lying playmaker role and is tasked with dictating the pace of play. Assured under pressure, he has the necessary maturity and composure to consistently make good decisions. He reads play well and positions himself adeptly to intercept or otherwise break up opposition attacks, doing it in a brave way.

On top of all this, Neves is a natural leader and a vocal presence on the field.
Having bypassed both the U19s and the B team, after a season in the U17s he was called up to the first team squad by Julen Lopetegui, ahead of the start of last season. He was named in the starting eleven for Porto’s opening match vs Marítimo. Not only did he score the opening goal (becoming Porto’s youngest goalscorer ever), he also grabbed the man-of-the-match award.
Although not a regular starter in the campaign, in total the midfielder made an impressive 37 appearances, consistently upping his game.

To add to his impressive record, Neves beat Cristiano Ronaldo to become the youngest Portuguese player to play in the Champions League, aged 17 years, 5 months and eight days. And on the 20th October 2015 (FC Porto 2 – 0 Maccabi tel Aviv) he became the competition’s youngest ever captain.

Sky is the limit for this young man, who at the age of 18 already has the world at his feet.

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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby anOKguy » 2019 Nov 11, 15:21

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On the player, I still find his DA to be better than this for sure and low yellow value (80?) probably. His defense is actually worth 70 as well and his attack can get a 2-3 point bump as well. Another thing about his set would be his mentality needs to be at least upper greens and his ST could be even better potentially.
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby AdAc » 2019 Nov 11, 16:21

anOKguy wrote:Image
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On the player, I still find his DA to be better than this for sure and low yellow value (80?) probably. His defense is actually worth 70 as well and his attack can get a 2-3 point bump as well. Another thing about his set would be his mentality needs to be at least upper greens and his ST could be even better potentially.

You stole my thoughts about him

I have made this changes on my option file since months and I am sure mods will do this here on his set
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby messi1993 » 2020 Feb 21, 02:06

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLt8Vu_JyP4



Ruben Neves Today I score a goal outside the area vs Spanish, I think he deserves to raise his shot and precision, is a great player, in all aspects in the midfield
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby BigStu » 2020 Feb 21, 10:14

Given a bump
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby anOKguy » 2020 Apr 04, 22:23

BigStu wrote:Given a bump

Agreed completely, also want to post this video Wolves uploaded. My god, what a fun player.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lomATJG2nQs
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby anOKguy » 2020 Jun 15, 17:12

Rewatching the game against Southampton from January and found this gem of an outside of the boot pass (video making credits to Akephalos):

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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby AdAc » 2020 Jun 16, 22:04

I don't know what you guys think about his passing abilities, but I gave him 93 LPA

And I would give him orange numbers in both short and long pass speed, if I had these stats in new gen PES
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby anOKguy » 2020 Jun 19, 20:46

Actually really really rate his defensive work when watching carefully. He’s a tough tackler and just robust in this area of the game. Weird thing about him is that he doesn’t get on the ball a ton. Moutinho is more doing the little passes and keeping it ticking. He’s a very good passer For sure though and can hit some worldies.
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Postby 7Jonathan28 » 2020 Jun 20, 04:20

anOKguy wrote:Actually really really rate his defensive work when watching carefully. He’s a tough tackler and just robust in this area of the game. Weird thing about him is that he doesn’t get on the ball a ton. Moutinho is more doing the little passes and keeping it ticking. He’s a very good passer For sure though and can hit some worldies.


For me he's one of the most underrated player in Premier League. As DM, his defensive work is quite good although he's deep-lying playmaker who likes to give some accurate long passes, sharp short passes or through ball. He reminds me about Michael Carrick, but for sure Carrick was calmer than him. But in types of passes they are look similar.

What impressed me the most is his long shots. He can hit them hard and pretty accurate, even all of his goals for Wolves are from outside the box.
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby 7Jonathan28 » 2020 Jun 20, 04:23

anOKguy wrote:Actually really really rate his defensive work when watching carefully. He’s a tough tackler and just robust in this area of the game. Weird thing about him is that he doesn’t get on the ball a ton. Moutinho is more doing the little passes and keeping it ticking. He’s a very good passer For sure though and can hit some worldies.


In defending he's good too, he could recovery the ball or make some decent tackles. And I'm a bit surprised that his ball winning just 69, he's worthy 76.
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby AdAc » 2020 Jun 20, 20:19

For sure his shot power should be near highest yellows at least
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby anOKguy » 2020 Jun 23, 14:18

He’s a tough dude. Here’s the thing about him as well, while he’s not on the ball as much as one would expect, mostly since that role falls to Moutinho and also they don’t really play possession ball, he’s crucial in giving their midfield dynamism. He’s the one playing those really probing and daring balls. Moutinho is a very classy passer and can hit some great passes of course, but something extremely evident when Neves was missing against Watford and it was just Moutinho and Dendonker in the middle was how there was not that constant threat of Neves on the ball. He’s able to open a game up and always looking for that big play and pass, and with his great ability to execute those it just adds so much to Wolves. Without him they become more limited, stagnate, and predictable. Defensively he’s just a tough tackler and smart player at taking up the positions he does when covering. Love watching this guy. He’s not a metronome like some try to miscast him as, rather a sort of do it all. Long shots are also incredible and a force to be reckoned with, but that’s pretty well represented already!
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby jurgens » 2020 Jun 25, 05:07

AdAc wrote:I don't know what you guys think about his passing abilities, but I gave him 93 LPA

And I would give him orange numbers in both short and long pass speed, if I had these stats in new gen PES



Nah. Hes probably just around his current values, he can pull off some spectacular passes here and there, but it's misleading. Hes good passer but he doesn't have much success on the higher difficulty thing he tries, aerial or grounded.... good vision and technique so they look super impressive when they are pulled up, but he doesn't have the accuracy on them. I'd just say middling upper-tier ability for him, maybe overall hes in the 86-89 tier. 57% accuracy on his aerial balls this year.

Hes really more of an all rounder than a specialist, he'd really need to work on his accuracy to come into mid 90s.
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby moadelh » 2020 Jun 26, 18:43

I guess he needs 82 Stamina, otherwise I agree with you overall
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby anOKguy » 2020 Jun 26, 18:46

Agreed with Jurgens on the passing notes, below are some numbers of mine:

Defence: 73
Short Pass Speed: 84/85
Long Pass Accuracy: 88
Response: 79
Body Balance: 78/79
Stamina: 83/84
Kicking Power: 86
Attack Awareness: 3
Defence Awareness: 3
Tenacity: 82
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby moadelh » 2020 Jun 26, 18:58

with an equal ATT / DEF combi will be a hidden B2B
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby jurgens » 2020 Jun 26, 21:58

something that I want to add is that his shooting is completly wild and lacks any sort of consistency, he can't seem to keep shots down at all. I went through alot of his shoots from over the last season, and honestly, it made me unsure of how to rate anyone, perhaps a decent amount of goals (but not really) because he actually shots a massive amount for a DM... but yeah it doesn't seem to be anything special at all, inspite of all those wonder goals he scored, matter of probability with the number? I don't know.
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Re: Rúben Neves

Postby anOKguy » 2020 Jun 27, 03:01

That is precisely why I left out judgement on his shooting except in regards to power ha! He attempts just a lot of shit.. and sometimes it works. When it does, it’s usually absolutely amazing. When it doesn’t, it’s usually really far off. Also might just be my impression, but I think his shooting has been a bit more hit/miss this year compared to last year or the year in the Championship. Another random note I have is that while his long passing is very aggressive, it’s not the sort of aggressive that ends in goals. I feel his stuff is more likely to be a hockey assist where he gets it to the guy who then gets the assist. Moutinho is much more likely to provide the pass ending in an assist directly, but Neves still does his stuff causing a lot of danger.

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