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Mario Sergio, Varzim SC

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Mario Sergio Leal Nogueira is a Portuguese Right-Back, who was a regular for Portugal Youth National teams, including the U20s, the U21s and the U23s, as well as the 2004 Portuguese Olympic Games’ team and Portugal "B" National Team.
Sergio is the complete modern day Full-Back; a very offensive player, with excellent crosses, shots and Free-Kicks and with breathtaking stamina.
He started his career at Pacos de Ferreira and he had spells with several Portuguese teams, including: Sporting Lisbon, Vitoria Guimaraes and Naval.
Mario Sergio joined Ukrainian side Metalurh Donetsk in 2008 and he stayed there until the Summer of 2012.
His impressive performances in Ukraine resulted in him joining APOEL Nicosia as a Free-Agent to replace legendary Right-Back, Savvas Poursaitides.
At first, he struggled to adapt to APOEL and he had many difficulties in his defensive duties.
However, Sergio soon proved his worth and he became well-known as the player who doesn't miss a single minute of game time.
Despite being a bit old, he recently renewed his contract until 2017 and he is considered to be the first name on the team sheet.
His 2014-15 Season was his best in an APOEL shirt, very rarely missing a single minute of game-time with APOEL winning the domestic Double and qualifying for the group stages of the Champions League. For his contribution that season, he was voted by the fans as “Player of the Season”.

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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby petreleo » 2013 Nov 03, 14:08

Defence: 64(very weak defensively)
Place Kicking: 82(probably the most dangerous freekick taker in the Cypriot League)
Swerve: 78(he uses it really well in his crosses and freekicks)
Ball Control: 71(loses the ball really easily)

Response: 76
Explosive Power: 77
Dribble Speed: 77
(he is a bit slower than the stats in the first post)

Jump: 69(doesn't jump high enough)
Injury Tolerance: A(never injured in the last 1.5 years)
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby John » 2014 Jan 26, 09:28

petreleo wrote:Defence: 64(very weak defensively)
Place Kicking: 82(probably the most dangerous freekick taker in the Cypriot League)
Swerve: 78(he uses it really well in his crosses and freekicks)
Ball Control: 71(loses the ball really easily)

Response: 76
Explosive Power: 77
Dribble Speed: 77
(he is a bit slower than the stats in the first post)

Jump: 69(doesn't jump high enough)
Injury Tolerance: A(never injured in the last 1.5 years)


I don't know about FKA @82 but on the other hand it's his main quality along with his offensive game, this being said, does he deserve offensive fullback card? Ball control is a bit harsh as well as jump, for bc he's definitely in greens so i would put him on 75, jump is fine as it is. I agree on response @76.
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby petreleo » 2014 Jan 26, 12:40

John wrote:
petreleo wrote:Defence: 64(very weak defensively)
Place Kicking: 82(probably the most dangerous freekick taker in the Cypriot League)
Swerve: 78(he uses it really well in his crosses and freekicks)
Ball Control: 71(loses the ball really easily)

Response: 76
Explosive Power: 77
Dribble Speed: 77
(he is a bit slower than the stats in the first post)

Jump: 69(doesn't jump high enough)
Injury Tolerance: A(never injured in the last 1.5 years)


I don't know about FKA @82 but on the other hand it's his main quality along with his offensive game, this being said, does he deserve offensive fullback card? Ball control is a bit harsh as well as jump, for bc he's definitely in greens so i would put him on 75, jump is fine as it is. I agree on response @76.

Yes, I agree with the card.
Why green Ball Control? Have you noticed how frequently he cannot control the ball(many times go outside the field for a throw)?
Also, about jumping, in the corners he doesn't even go inside the box to challenge for a header, indicating that he is poor in the aerial game.
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby John » 2014 Jan 26, 21:42

Why green Ball Control? Have you noticed how frequently he cannot control the ball(many times go outside the field for a throw)?

He's not that terrible, i'm not saying that he has to be in greens. But at least close to it. Lets just say he's got OK ball trapping.


Also, about jumping, in the corners he doesn't even go inside the box to challenge for a header, indicating that he is poor in the aerial game.

Could be, considering his height, but could also be a tactical matter. With 69 he won't even bother and definitely won't have a chance against opponents to defend aerial balls.

Not so good explanation/observation here, we're talking about PES stats.
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby petreleo » 2014 Jan 26, 21:47

John wrote:
Why green Ball Control? Have you noticed how frequently he cannot control the ball(many times go outside the field for a throw)?

He's not that terrible, i'm not saying that he has to be in greens. But at least close to it. Lets just say he's got OK ball trapping.


Also, about jumping, in the corners he doesn't even go inside the box to challenge for a header, indicating that he is poor in the aerial game.

Could be, considering his height, but could also be a tactical matter. With 69 he won't even bother and definitely won't have a chance against opponents to defend aerial balls.

Not so good explanation/observation here, we're talking about PES stats.

I don't think it much of a tactical matter.
I mean 3 coaches, Jovanovic, Sergio, Donis having the same tactic? Not so likely.
He is like Davidson in Omonoia, that when the team won an offensive corner, he stayed outside to defend a possible counter attack, and when the team was defending a corner, he was outside the box, ready to start a counter attack.

Anyway, lets say 71 Jump?
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby John » 2014 Jan 26, 22:28

I don't think it much of a tactical matter.

Well lets see, he's fairly short, can't jump, can't do a header, nor has the physical capability to be an extra attacker in set plays, so of what use he could be anyway with his current stats?
Also read what you wrote below..

I mean 3 coaches, Jovanovic, Sergio, Donis having the same tactic? Not so likely.
He is like Davidson in Omonoia, that when the team won an offensive corner, he stayed outside to defend a possible counter attack, and when the team was defending a corner, he was outside the box, ready to start a counter attack.

Contradicted yourself here :roll: , it IS a tactical matter.. That's what i meant to tell you.

Anyway, lets say 71 Jump?

Deal.
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby petreleo » 2014 Jan 27, 21:04

John wrote:
I don't think it much of a tactical matter.

Well lets see, he's fairly short, can't jump, can't do a header, nor has the physical capability to be an extra attacker in set plays, so of what use he could be anyway with his current stats?
Also read what you wrote below..

I mean 3 coaches, Jovanovic, Sergio, Donis having the same tactic? Not so likely.
He is like Davidson in Omonoia, that when the team won an offensive corner, he stayed outside to defend a possible counter attack, and when the team was defending a corner, he was outside the box, ready to start a counter attack.

Contradicted yourself here :roll: , it IS a tactical matter.. That's what i meant to tell you.

Anyway, lets say 71 Jump?

Deal.

So we are OK at:
Ball Control 73
Jump 71 ?
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby John » 2014 Feb 04, 06:19

So we are OK at:
Ball Control 73
Jump 71 ?

Yep, with Response:76 and Offensive fullback card
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby petreleo » 2014 May 10, 15:27

Shirt Name: MARIO SERGIO

Defence: 65(+1) His defence is underrated for him. This season he has improved massively on it. However, it is definitely lower than what I have for Poursaitides in a set I made for him.
Body Balance: 74(-3) He is definitely not so strong. I mean 74 is OK for a full-back and I think it is fine for him to be just below greens.
Stamina: 84(+1) He can have a bit more Stamina. This season he has played pretty much every single game, and he is very mobile as well, especially at attacking, as he covers the whole length of the line.
Teamwork: 79(-3) His teamwork is definitely not at yellows.

Add R-SMF position(recently he played like 3 times there).
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby petreleo » 2014 Aug 28, 13:16

petreleo wrote:Shirt Name: MARIO SERGIO

Defence: 65(+1) His defence is underrated for him. This season he has improved massively on it. However, it is definitely lower than what I have for Poursaitides in a set I made for him.
Body Balance: 74(-3) He is definitely not so strong. I mean 74 is OK for a full-back and I think it is fine for him to be just below greens.
Stamina: 84(+1) He can have a bit more Stamina. This season he has played pretty much every single game, and he is very mobile as well, especially at attacking, as he covers the whole length of the line.
Teamwork: 79(-3) His teamwork is definitely not at yellows.

Add R-SMF position(recently he played like 3 times there).


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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby petreleo » 2014 Oct 18, 09:11

Shirt Name: MARIO SERGIO

Sergio's Speed Stats must be at least around Alexandrou's and Tiago Gomes' levels, if not more. His Dribble Accuracy, the same. I would say:
Dribble Accuracy: 77 (+1)
Explosive Power: 79 (+2)
Dribble Speed: 79 (+2)
Top Speed: 78 (+1)
Acceleration: 79 (+1)

His Shot Technique is really underrated. He is one of the best players of APOEL in this aspect, with Amorin, Charalambides, Djebbour and one-two others. I would say:
Shot Technique: 75 (+4)

Mario is unbelievable. He hasn't missed a single minuted of playing time this season in Europe and in Cyprus! Basically, he is the only first-team APOEL RB.
Sergio is Poursaitidis'( viewtopic.php?f=188&t=32888&p=504279#p504279 ) regen, with better technical and attacking abilities, but he is a little bit worse in defence than Poursaitidis. Well done to Ivan Jovanovic for bringing Mario Sergio to replace Poursaitidis. Ivan really saw his potential. In the first few months, maybe his first whole season to be honest, he was average in defence at best, but now he has improved MASSIVELY, especially in Europe he is a world-class performer at the age of 33!
Don't be surprised if he makes it to the Portugal NT under Fernando Santos!
Recently, APOEL re-newed his contract until Summer 2017, when he will be almost 36 years old!! Poursaitidis played until his 36, so there is little doubt that Mario cannot. However, eventually he will need a back-up RB to rest him.
He shows work-class Stamina every single game. His mobility is tremendous, as well as his Attacking willingness and ability.
In my opinion, judging him according to his Cyprus League performances, he is a 3-2 Workrate player. Goes forward really frequently, but leaves some gaps in defence. However, in his Champions League performances, he showed great defensive contribution as well, so it can a 3-3!
Therefore, I would suggest also:
Defence: 65 (+1)
Stamina: 85 (+1)
WorkRates: 3-2 (+1 / 0)/ 3-3 (+1 / +1)
Aggression: 82 (+2)

I don't think that he uses his Left-foot often enough. He is pretty much one-footed, even when he played as LB a bit last season.
Weak Foot Frequency: 3 (-2)

ADD: P04 - Darting Run
I strongly believe that this card feets his style nicely. He usually runs forward in attacks, impressively often for a RB.
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby petreleo » 2014 Dec 21, 22:05

He is having a brilliant season so far, as he played in every single minute of football available until now this season!
This season, even though he is the only APOEL proper RB, he played in other positions as well, RMF, and most recently CMF/DMF due to injuries!

- Jump: 73 (+2)
Yes, I was the one who suggested to lower his Jumping a year ago, but trust me, it wasn't done randomly. Now, I don't believe that it is that bad, although obviously he is still not very good at it, and probably never will. Maybe, I just see him more optimistically on some aspects because of his brilliant season.
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby petreleo » 2015 Apr 10, 09:37

He is such a crazy player.
Didn't miss a single minute of game time in the League this season up to today, and I think he didn't miss a minute in Europe, also!
32 consecutive appearances in the League alone, adding 10 European ones, we have 42 consecutive games without missing a second! And he is 33 years old! That's crazy...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttQqokS-b5I

In the last game Vs Omonoia he was instrumental.
2 of APOEL's goals came from his crosses, (1:36) and (3:21).
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby petreleo » 2016 Dec 30, 13:51

http://www.apollon.com.cy/en/news-detai ... rio-sergio

Signed for _cyp Apollon Limassol. He is #8.

Mário Sérgio has been a fantastic servant for APOEL Nicosia over the years, and especially during the 2014-15 Season when he almost didn't miss a single minute of game-time for the whole Season, being voted as "APOEL Fans' Player of the Season". However, since then, he has been a defensive liability at best for APOEL, and after a bad first half of the 2015-16 Season he has lost his place in the team to new January 2016 signing at Right-Back, Zhivko Milanov. Since then, Mário Sérgio featured very rarely for APOEL, especially after the Summer of 2016 when APOEL signed Cypriot International Right-Back, Kypros Christoforou as Milanov's back-up, relegating Sérgio to third-choice for the Right-Back's position. When he did play, his defensive skills were as bad, if not even worse, as when he firstly came to APOEL and took him some time to settle into the team back then. His Stamina levels have declined considerably, and he doesn't even seem close to being the amazing player he once was for APOEL, playing full 90 minutes twice a week for a whole Season. What is more, I find him really unagile in recent times, struggling to push forward with and without the ball, something which was his biggest asset for the majority of his career. Nowadays, when he has the ball, he likes to cut-inside and make passes to the middle of the pitch, rather than push forward with pace from the flanks, as he always used to do.

After APOEL Nicosia released him from his contract this January, Apollon Limassol picked him up on a Free-Transfer as a replacement for their out-going Right-Back, injury-prone Nuno Lopes. Even though I am disappointed with his recent form, I don't think that he would be a bad option for Apollon, as a squad-rotational player for the next 6 months or so, as at least, he won't be injured much.

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Attack: 72 (-2)
Defence: 60 (-4)
Stamina: 82 (-3)
Response: 74 (-2)
Agility: 75 (-2)
Dribble Speed: 75 (-2)
Aggression: 80 (-2)
Mentality: 78 (-3)
Condition/Fitness: 4 (-1)
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Re: Mario Sergio

Postby petreleo » 2017 Jul 16, 22:58

petreleo wrote:http://www.apollon.com.cy/en/news-detail/9885/mario-sergio

Signed for _cyp Apollon Limassol. He is #8.

Mário Sérgio has been a fantastic servant for APOEL Nicosia over the years, and especially during the 2014-15 Season when he almost didn't miss a single minute of game-time for the whole Season, being voted as "APOEL Fans' Player of the Season". However, since then, he has been a defensive liability at best for APOEL, and after a bad first half of the 2015-16 Season he has lost his place in the team to new January 2016 signing at Right-Back, Zhivko Milanov. Since then, Mário Sérgio featured very rarely for APOEL, especially after the Summer of 2016 when APOEL signed Cypriot International Right-Back, Kypros Christoforou as Milanov's back-up, relegating Sérgio to third-choice for the Right-Back's position. When he did play, his defensive skills were as bad, if not even worse, as when he firstly came to APOEL and took him some time to settle into the team back then. His Stamina levels have declined considerably, and he doesn't even seem close to being the amazing player he once was for APOEL, playing full 90 minutes twice a week for a whole Season. What is more, I find him really unagile in recent times, struggling to push forward with and without the ball, something which was his biggest asset for the majority of his career. Nowadays, when he has the ball, he likes to cut-inside and make passes to the middle of the pitch, rather than push forward with pace from the flanks, as he always used to do.

After APOEL Nicosia released him from his contract this January, Apollon Limassol picked him up on a Free-Transfer as a replacement for their out-going Right-Back, injury-prone Nuno Lopes. Even though I am disappointed with his recent form, I don't think that he would be a bad option for Apollon, as a squad-rotational player for the next 6 months or so, as at least, he won't be injured much.

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Attack: 72 (-2)
Defence: 60 (-4)
Stamina: 82 (-3)
Response: 74 (-2)
Agility: 75 (-2)
Dribble Speed: 75 (-2)
Aggression: 80 (-2)
Mentality: 78 (-3)
Condition/Fitness: 4 (-1)
REMOVE- Darting Run Card

http://varzim.pt/site/mario-sergio-refo ... zim-17-18/

Signed for _por Varzim SC. He is #28.

As I guessed in my previous post, Mario Sergio proved to be a useful signing for Apollon Limassol last January and helped them finish 3rd in the League and win the Cup for the second consecutive Season.
In the last six months at Apollon he recovered his form to a great extent, after a difficult spell at APOEL Nicosia in the last 18 months(where he didn't play much. but when he played he wasn't convincing) before his transfer to Apollon.
Shortly after arriving at Apollon Limassol, after his first couple of appearances mainly as a Right-Winger(especially in the Cup), he was made their first-choice Right-Back for the remaining of the Season, and he didn't disappoint.
Not only he provided some crucial assists from Crossing, including two assists in the 3-2 come-back win Vs AEK Larnaca(home) in the League's Play-Offs, but his overall game improved as well in relation to his last 18 months at APOEL. Showed glimpses of the Pre- 2015-16 Mario Sergio at APOEL. Defensively despite his problems, he was not a liability any more, and his attacking contribution became once again one of his main assets, despite not being as fast, able at dribbling and charging forward as he once was.
However, despite his last six months at Apollon proved to be a success, they didn't see a future in him as he is now approaching his 36 years of age, and they didn't exercise the renewal-option in his contract, but shortly afterwards he was picked-up by Varzim SC.

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