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Chris Martin

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Nov 22, 11:48

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Re: Chris MARTIN

Postby Tom » 2009 Nov 22, 12:05

Who approved this thread? The Aggression value is very wrong!
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Re: Chris MARTIN

Postby Softy » 2009 Nov 22, 12:09

Up his heading a bit, 68 is a very low value.
Aggression means how much they go forward, not how aggressive they tackle etc.
I'd also put his Attack value up, his positioning can't be that bad.
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Re: Chris MARTIN

Postby norwichtylydye » 2009 Nov 22, 12:15

Sorry, typing mistake, Agression was meant to be 78. But the heading is probably right, he's basically had 4 or 5 clear cut heading chances, and he missed them all badly. For the attack, probably raise it by 3.
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Re: Chris MARTIN

Postby Softy » 2009 Nov 22, 12:17

GoonerLover66 wrote:Who approved this thread? The Aggression value is very wrong!


I approved it as I'm unsure as to what constitutes to an un-approvable thread. I noticed the incorrect values, but there were only a couple - no stats on this site are perfect, so I fail to see how we're going to get any stats on if we're being this pedantic...

Anyway, updated now, feel free to make more suggestions.
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Re: Chris MARTIN

Postby Indy_Bones » 2010 May 24, 06:36

Hmm...

I've got some fairly different values for Chrissy.

Attack: 80
Defence: 51
Balance: 81
Stamina: 83
Acceleration: 81
DA: 81
SA: 83
SP: 84
ST: 80
FKA: 75
AGG: 85
TW: 78

Particularly in light of his excellent season this year, his ATK, DA, SA and SP are key changes needed.
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Re: Chris MARTIN, Swindon Town

Postby yuliancho » 2013 Feb 03, 18:24

Move back to Norwich. The loan finished yesterday.
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Re: Chris MARTIN, Swindon Town

Postby bitz » 2013 Jun 25, 12:38

Visit my alt thread: http://pesstatsdatabase.com/viewtopic.php?f=1011&t=25348
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Re: Chris Martin

Postby BigStu » 2014 Mar 28, 16:17

needs a few tweaks speed and agility look a little suspect, and do feel he is probably stronger than this, also SP needs to be mid 80's, got quite a powerful shot on him
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Re: Chris Martin

Postby KeyserSoze » 2014 Apr 16, 14:47

Agree with the review, and yep, he can smash the ball really hard when he wants to.
Form 6 is a bit excessive for him though.
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Re: Chris Martin

Postby ballack13 » 2014 Aug 31, 06:40

Nationality should be Scottish.
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Re: Chris Martin

Postby anOKguy » 2019 Jun 11, 16:07

He used to be one of the better forwards in the Championship and then just fell off a cliff the last few years. He has scored 4 goals in the last 3 seasons and is a really poor finisher. Hull need better CF depth since they currently rotate him with Dicko and Campbell. He is definitely white attack and sa and st. Dribbling stats are also white material as well. He is a stationary target that does not have good movement, is only able to do simple holdup play, and offers nothing on the ball or in terms of a goal threat.

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