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Óscar Romero, Shanghai Shenhua FC

Postby PES Stats Database » 2015 Apr 07, 12:38

Full Name: Óscar David Romero Villamayor
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Re: Óscar Romero

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Re: Óscar Romero

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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby Paablito » 2016 Feb 04, 15:51

His passing and vision lately is great to see, has a good accuracy - imo could be in low yellows without any doubts - lacks a little of speed there but again, his accuracy is something to keep on eye. Also his da is more than good, nice tricks with the ball at his feet.
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby Vickingo » 2016 Feb 11, 15:33

Indeed...some values seem quite strange, specially his da...which is lovely to see. Yeah he makes all those useless tricks most of times but he's succesful at his dribbling, amazing control of the ball in tiny spaces to avoid opponents. I hate his attitude of making tricks only when the team is winning...but still he's talented as fuck. I can see his da 4 or even more points higher...as well as his passing in yellows. Set makes him a fast tricker...imo he looks more like a playmaker who plays in the left.
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Re: Óscar Romero

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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby Vickingo » 2016 Feb 14, 17:53

That was fucking insane, didn't see that coming. This guy is one of great afa talents.
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby thor34 » 2016 Feb 18, 17:03

Imo he deserves better lpa, maybe low yellows, and da 84?
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby thor34 » 2016 Feb 25, 13:16

Great assistance to L. Lopez, your LPA is very good, I think that was also the who started the hand with a long ball in the goal of Paul
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby Vickingo » 2016 Mar 02, 14:23

Given him an update, probably he's better than this but I don't want to overrate him until he confirms even more his performances. I've got doubts about his speed, imo he's not that fast off the ball.
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby VReznoV » 2016 Mar 02, 14:52

whoa, Paraguay had a new talent, again :shock:
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby chamakh » 2016 Dec 05, 23:24

look at this amazing long ball, good goal too.



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btw am i the only one who notice he's a little bit less agile and quick than this? i mean, he's still yellow material but he no longer deserves that values imo. He has a more relaxed style to play if you ask me. Also his tw would be lowered a couple of points too.
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby Paablito » 2016 Dec 05, 23:51

Yeah, im on with it, he is not that agile at all, he is nice moving his body making dribbles, but arent flawless to see, he has tendencies to move his body more slower in each dribble and probably yes his tw is a bit slower than this, his movements off the ball are quite average.

btw really nice touch here
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ps: sorry for the lq, here is the link at the minute 10:38 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrkZDwr_C2k?t=10m38s
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby KeyserSoze » 2017 Aug 30, 21:06

All those values on TS, ACC, DS and AGI look a bit excessive (specially the TS/DS combo)

As Víctor said in the past, he heavily relies on DA (and Agility, to a certain extent) to get rid of opposition. He's not a demon speedster, neither a player who overuses trickery or sudden bursts on the ball. TS looks more like 78-79, ACC 81 and DS 82. His Agility is ok, but more like 84 or 85.
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby Eternal Night » 2017 Oct 01, 13:23

KeyserSoze wrote:All those values on TS, ACC, DS and AGI look a bit excessive (specially the TS/DS combo)

As Víctor said in the past, he heavily relies on DA (and Agility, to a certain extent) to get rid of opposition. He's not a demon speedster, neither a player who overuses trickery or sudden bursts on the ball. TS looks more like 78-79, ACC 81 and DS 82. His Agility is ok, but more like 84 or 85.


Without a doubt.

I don't see his Shot Power that high... I'm skeptical with his SA... He has hasn't offered that value in Attack... A disappointment at Deportivo Alavés.

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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby Vickingo » 2017 Oct 02, 00:58

Lol why on earth did you decrease his da? If smth should be higher than past value (85) is his da.

Óscar Romero: WFF - Attacking Prowess 75 -> 76 - Defensive Prowess 53 -> 51 - Ball Winning 64 -> 53 - Defence Awareness 1 -> 2 - Header Accuracy 70 -> 62 - Dribble Accuracy 85 -> 83 - Short Pass Accuracy 81 -> 79 - Long Pass Accuracy 83 -> 82 - Long Pass Speed 76 -> 75 - Shot Accuracy 76 -> 75 - Curving / Swerve 76 -> 78 - Ball Controll 82 -> 84 - Responsiveness 73 -> 71 - Explosive Power 87 -> 83 - Dribble Speed 84 -> 82 - Top Speed 83 -> 78 - Body Balance 75 -> 73 - Kicking Power 83 -> 79 - Jump 72 -> 67 - Teamwork 70 -> 72 - Acceleration 85 -> 83 - Shot Technique 78 -> 76 - By Eternal Night

It seems you decreased almost all the stats without giving so much arguments, right? Set was heavily worked and I don't think this is the way to waste it just because of inconsistency/not adapting/one bad season.
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby JeffVR98 » 2017 Oct 02, 01:49

Weird set, seems so much different from what he was in Racing, i highly doubted that he lost so much of skills in a couple of months :!:
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby Eternal Night » 2017 Oct 02, 08:42

Vickingo wrote:Lol why on earth did you decrease his da? If smth should be higher than past value (85) is his da.

Óscar Romero: WFF - Attacking Prowess 75 -> 76 - Defensive Prowess 53 -> 51 - Ball Winning 64 -> 53 - Defence Awareness 1 -> 2 - Header Accuracy 70 -> 62 - Dribble Accuracy 85 -> 83 - Short Pass Accuracy 81 -> 79 - Long Pass Accuracy 83 -> 82 - Long Pass Speed 76 -> 75 - Shot Accuracy 76 -> 75 - Curving / Swerve 76 -> 78 - Ball Controll 82 -> 84 - Responsiveness 73 -> 71 - Explosive Power 87 -> 83 - Dribble Speed 84 -> 82 - Top Speed 83 -> 78 - Body Balance 75 -> 73 - Kicking Power 83 -> 79 - Jump 72 -> 67 - Teamwork 70 -> 72 - Acceleration 85 -> 83 - Shot Technique 78 -> 76 - By Eternal Night

It seems you decreased almost all the stats without giving so much arguments, right? Set was heavily worked and I don't think this is the way to waste it just because of inconsistency/not adapting/one bad season.


Really I have no problem to revert the entire set, but he hasn't offered that level in Spain. I've seen him a few times in the stadium and I must say that he is a complete retard. Maybe he was very good in Argentina, but in La Liga he has shown nothing.

His DA is very debatable. He tries to dribble the rivals constantly, but with little effectiveness, at least in La Liga. If he can, he even dribbles to the corner flag but with very little success.

With the current DA he's in the top 3 of Alavés players after Aleksandar Katai and Bojan Krkić:

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Aleksandar Katai SMF(83) AMF(77) WF★(79) SS(75) Deportivo Alavés 88
Bojan Krkić AMF(74) WF(76) SS★(72) CF(65) Deportivo Alavés 85
Óscar Romero SMF(83) AMF★(75) Deportivo Alavés 83
Ibai Gómez SMF★(84) WF(83) Deportivo Alavés 82
Alfonso Pedraza SB(76) SMF★(78) WF(74) Deportivo Alavés 82
Burgui SMF★(77) WF(73) Deportivo Alavés 82
Álvaro Medrán DMF(75) CMF★(78) AMF(73) Deportivo Alavés 81
Rubén Sobrino SMF(79) WF(77) CF★(70) Deportivo Alavés 81
Tomás Pina DMF(78) CMF★(80) Deportivo Alavés 81
Munir El Haddadi SMF(78) WF★(75) SS(71) Deportivo Alavés 79
Mubarak Wakaso DMF(78) CMF(81) SMF★(83) Deportivo Alavés 77
Héctor Hernández SB★(83) SMF(79) Deportivo Alavés 77
Rubén Duarte SB★(76) Deportivo Alavés 76
Daniel Torres DMF★(75) CMF(76) Deportivo Alavés 75
Carlos Vigaray CB(74) SB★(78) Deportivo Alavés 74
Christian Santos CF★(64) Deportivo Alavés 74
Alexis Ruano CB★(77) SB(73) Deportivo Alavés 73
Rodrigo Ely CB★(77) Deportivo Alavés 72
Manu García DMF★(73) CMF(73) Deportivo Alavés 71
Einar Galilea CB★(72) Deportivo Alavés 70
Víctor Laguardia CB★(78) Deportivo Alavés 68
Fernando Pacheco GK★(78) Deportivo Alavés 59


Possibly my biggest mistakes have been the small rise in Attack and Teamwork, especially Teamwork. I think I've been a little generous.

"Set was heavily worked and I don't think this is the way to waste it just because of inconsistency/not adapting/one bad season."

Yes, I was thinking about it before making the changes, trust me, but his continuous mediocre performances have forced me to make those changes.
I have tried to replicate what I have seen of this player in the videos and in the stadium of Deportivo Alavés and he has failed to be a starter in one of the worst teams in La Liga...

But I have no problem to revert DA or the entire set. I only wanted a realistic set for his performances in La Liga taking into account his performances in Argentina (the "old" set).
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Re: Óscar Romero

Postby Vickingo » 2017 Oct 02, 11:10

I don't think it's fair at all raping like this his numbers, considering he's a regular member of NT, having good performances in international matches and being one of best aparisions of Paraguayan player in the last time, just because he didn't adapt quickly to Spain.

Also look at this, coaches didn't give him so many chances, don't you think?: http://www.football-lineups.com/footballer/72897/

Since February only 4-5 full matches in one of them he was the best of the match. From February to May an average of 20 minutes per match, how much he can show? Really. I watched a good amount of minutes from Alavés past last half season cause coach was Pellegrino and I wanted to see how he managed the team after coaching my team and he didn't give so many opportunities and when he went in he wasn't such a disaster to have this mediocre set.

So take a look, Zubeldía lined up only vs Barcelona and Celta in full minutes.

I don't agree with decreasing his stats (or any other player) just because inconsistency, one half bad season where he didn't play that much or injuries, that's not the right way we should work. In this cases, the best option is to decrease his condition to replicate his inconsistency, since this set has been heavily worked in.
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Re: Óscar Romero, Shanghai Shenhua FC

Postby Fabrix199 » 2018 Jun 16, 04:32

This goal was sick, with a captain tsubasa look(ish).

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