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Luis Suárez

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 10:28

Full Name: Luis Alberto Suárez Díaz
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby pcrooce » 2019 Feb 22, 16:31

i’ll add that his touches and da have been really poor overall for a long time and may need a downgrade, or at least losing this part of his game should be taken into account for this new stats, and also as a note, whenever he does have time he can display really good passing, nothing higher than what he has but i’d be against downgrading that part of his set. (saying this because i said that his technique has been poor).
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby jurgens » 2019 Feb 22, 19:04

Don't think he needs a change in response? Everything else is fine.
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby furymaker » 2019 Feb 23, 00:08

i think his form or conditioning atm is just terrible, but he has that knee issue as well, I don't know how we should deal with that, but whenever he plays 5-6 games in a row without much rest, his form drops, his touch looks terrible, he looks 2 steps slower, agility and res wise, his calmness in front of goal disappears, quite weird unfortunately, this is 3rd season in a row he had massive dip of form where he looks pretty bad in most aspects of the game.
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby pcrooce » 2019 Apr 02, 21:54

i was just critizicing his sloppy da and his poor touches on discord and then he scored this amazing volley to tie the match against Villarreal.

my thoughts remain the same anyway, he should be sitting a bit lower as the amount of chances he wastes are more than the ones he capitalizes.
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby lito5 » 2019 Apr 11, 11:53

excellent striker, always starts off but little by little begins to raise the level to become a full and very strong player, he hits the cue ball, outdoor, first, however, and goes to the goal, Luis Suarez when he plays well it becomes possibly the best center forward in the world, but the problem is that, it takes months to reach its peak and while it does not fail simple goals and it looks loose and slow
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby pcrooce » 2019 Sep 14, 22:25

tremendous accuracy on both of his goals tonigh vs Valencia

https://streamja.com/57Vl

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he had an amazing match coming from the bench, as always, fighting for every ball and showing glimpses of great form which hopefully he can mantain throughout the season as he's going to be very much needed.
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby Dío » 2019 Sep 24, 20:34

He doesn't track back or even press constantly anymore, so there's no need for track back card. Also his first touch have been disconcerting in recent games, very far from 90 in tech, this can't be only blamed on bad form anymore...
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby HeitorVieira » 2019 Oct 02, 21:25

Suarez is a dumb genius, he still is very dangerous but he isn't a great poacher anymore, so I think you should swap his attack with his response, 91 Atk doesn't make him justice at all

Edit: if you drop his response, even with red Atk again he wouldn't be overrated, he still is a beast, Van Nistelrooy, Pelé and him are the definition of PES's attack
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby vegitot » 2019 Oct 03, 07:22

HeitorVieira wrote:Suarez is a dumb genius, he still is very dangerous but he isn't a great poacher anymore, so I think you should swap his attack with his response, 91 Atk doesn't make him justice at all

Edit: if you drop his response, even with red Atk again he wouldn't be overrated, he still is a beast, Van Nistelrooy, Pelé and him are the definition of PES's attack

agree with that
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby lito5 » 2019 Oct 03, 11:55

It is sad to see how it has been judged so harshly by the press and the public in general, even though within the same team there are other players in clear decline (pique-searts) but the spotlights are concentrated in suarez, now it seems a great mass of + 86 kilos with a pauperrima speed and you see how clumsy sometimes, but that killer instinct and that fight you have is something worth admiring in my opinion is undervalued, that luis suarez of 2013-2014 in liverpool could be the best strikers in his premier league prime, nothing to envy fowler, van nilsterrooy, shearer, henry (speaking of prime maximum performance, not racing in general) and although Luis Suarez is sooo much less fast, now he could be defined as really slow and little agile, but that ST is perfect and daring, and in the Spanish league is the best exponent in it, the truth is not even if your ACC deserves that 78, I think a 76 may be better, and according to the above , answer below , but arrives the ATT ,,,,, I do not know if red, but surely reaches 93-94
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby jurgens » 2019 Oct 03, 17:08

No one disagrees about Suarez's attacking intelligence, it's basically at a completely different level. He plays like no one else, he'll always be capable of creating something out of nothing. But the fact is, hes way past his prime. He can no longer be relied upon like he used to. Hes nulled out completely, regularly, one goal last season in UCL. That isn't a striker warranting a red attack anymore, we can't have someone who fails to score for something like 800 mins in the highest level on a red level, as that level is implying far more. Maybe he can turn it around, once again, but it seems less and less likely. Suarez is a player who can pull off 99 attack moves, like no one else, but his standard level in attack, is far, far lower, and much easier to null out.
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby HeitorVieira » 2019 Oct 07, 00:01

jurgens wrote:No one disagrees about Suarez's attacking intelligence, it's basically at a completely different level. He plays like no one else, he'll always be capable of creating something out of nothing. But the fact is, hes way past his prime. He can no longer be relied upon like he used to. Hes nulled out completely, regularly, one goal last season in UCL. That isn't a striker warranting a red attack anymore, we can't have someone who fails to score for something like 800 mins in the highest level on a red level, as that level is implying far more. Maybe he can turn it around, once again, but it seems less and less likely. Suarez is a player who can pull off 99 attack moves, like no one else, but his standard level in attack, is far, far lower, and much easier to null out.


Then shouldn't his response be reduced instead of his attack? He may have lost his sharpness but not his brilliance, 94 attack and 91 response would suit him better
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby jurgens » 2019 Oct 07, 00:33

attack is not brilliance, it's the level of danger a player can create throughout a game. His response is still great, look at his movement in the game vs inter that drew calls for a penalty, it was wrongly dismissed, but thats a good example of his response, his timing and movement is still great, but maybe it can come down further too. We don't really have a stat for "genius", it isn't attack either, theres certaing things we can't replicate, suarezs attacking intelligenc is one of them.
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby Dío » 2019 Oct 07, 16:51

Shouldn't he have that jumping volley/acrobatic finish card?
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby sunsaegnim » 2019 Oct 23, 21:27

His laziness got to the point where even Messi presses more than him lol , def can drop and doesn't deserve track back anymore, worth to keep an eye in his stamina too.
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Re: Luis Suárez

Postby Akephalos » 2019 Nov 19, 00:24

Nice FK goal against Argentina
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