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Martín Rivero

Postby PES Stats Database » 2011 Apr 09, 18:55

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Re: Martín RIVERO

Postby Vickingo » 2011 Apr 09, 19:36

Very interesting player. ATT in 73 sounds high, also his response definitely in 76
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Re: Martín RIVERO

Postby julgui » 2011 Apr 09, 19:41

Have a great development in the area. Even not playing much, scorer 3 goals.
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Re: Martín RIVERO

Postby lucardax5d » 2011 Jul 30, 22:43

More TECH no doubts!!!!!
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Re: Martín RIVERO

Postby Vickingo » 2011 Nov 13, 20:32

Excellent location in his free kick, amazing goal full of curling and class...probably could have a green number in FKA due to his way to shoot.

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Re: Martín RIVERO

Postby Vickingo » 2011 Nov 28, 03:44

I've realized a lot of times that his passes are well located (mostly of those) but with lack of force. We have to differenciate this and make a huge gap between SPA/SPS...I have in mind something like 80-76 or 81-75. Thoughts?
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Re: Martín RIVERO

Postby gotaa » 2012 Feb 07, 15:10

His situation is a pity, moved to Non-Affiliated until he finds club.
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Re: Martín RIVERO

Postby vinnie » 2012 Jul 07, 00:41

He's stronger then this, i think closer to 78 BB, held off some much stronger opponents fairly well.
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Re: Martín RIVERO

Postby Vickingo » 2012 Jul 07, 01:07

Sorry about the OT, but I didn't remember he was in USA :shock:, good player indeed but without mentality/consistency. I remember his lack of passing, smth like high 60's tbh if you allow me to add ;)
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Re: Martín RIVERO

Postby vinnie » 2012 Jul 07, 01:13

About passing, do you mean SPA, SPS, LPA, or LPS? ;)

vickingo_73 wrote:I've realized a lot of times that his passes are well located (mostly of those) but with lack of force. We have to differenciate this and make a huge gap between SPA/SPS...I have in mind something like 80-76 or 81-75. Thoughts?


Not sure what you mean by this, or your current comment :D I'd be happy if you could explain better, it'd be interesting to hear your opinion on him based on his times in Argentina.
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Re: Martín RIVERO

Postby Vickingo » 2012 Jul 07, 01:36

I was referring to his SPS, awful really, high 60's for what he has shown in Argentina. Also his resp/ment/tw should have a huge decrease.
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Re: Martín RIVERO

Postby vinnie » 2012 Jul 07, 01:55

hmmm, thanks for the suggestions, i'll pay close attentions to those areas when i get the chance to see him play.
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Re: Martín Rivero

Postby Paablito » 2015 Apr 25, 19:32

he played as a cmf showed nice agg reaching the box with good regularity in the match, decent at long passing but pretty intermittent, he disappear from the match in the 2nd half, awful sps, too much relaxed his style, he doesnt seems a reactive or a player who run with the ball, pretty passive at overall movement but hes technically good, pretty nice couple with lamberti.
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Re: Martín Rivero

Postby Paablito » 2015 Aug 01, 00:30

Paablito wrote:he played as a cmf showed nice agg reaching the box with good regularity in the match, decent at long passing but pretty intermittent, he disappear from the match in the 2nd half, awful sps, too much relaxed his style, he doesnt seems a reactive or a player who run with the ball, pretty passive at overall movement but hes technically good, pretty nice couple with lamberti.

mostly the same, he entered from he bench and virtually he doesnt touch the ball aside two fk. In those matches looks like low 60 in ment, average lps/sps/kp (mid 60' sps, high 60 lps, low 70 kp), bad balance, pretty passive.
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Re: Martín Rivero

Postby Paablito » 2016 Jun 20, 18:41

Well, made an need it update, the set was fine just need it some corrections in couple of stats from what i said in the past. Technically he is a decent player who can provide some good football for the team, being sometime the driver of the team but he is mentality weak and cant provide much more things in the pitch because lacks of consistency in that area. Looks like a decent playmaker who has some problems to reach mates because his right foot isnt strong, playing as cmf looks much more confortable than when played as smf/amf and improvides some things like tackling ability, despite he isnt a reactive player, pretty positional when defends. His movements off the ball are decent, tries good things moving around the midfield looking mates and doing great long passes.
Forget what i said about he have bad balance, he is a competent player when use his body to maintain the position, something you dont expect from a guy like him.
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Re: Martín Rivero

Postby Paablito » 2016 Dec 24, 17:46

the last matches in union were really great, being the driver of the team showing really nice skills to play as doble five near of de iriondo and behind of gamba and anselmo, he likes make a pass and move behind the opponent to receive alone, shows really nice movements off the ball to be always an option and carry the team in the attack. Also his long passes were great great to, precise and with nice pace to reach mates into the sides and i would like to recall his fk and ck, he is pretty decent in both, always accurate and his shots has nice swerve to bring complications for the gk and defenders. I like much more than Acevedo, he is more active, incisive and determinant in attack or in defense, hope he can be starter when the tournament start again, because he was in the starting xi by the injury of acevedo. Definitely he must play in the center, not in the line as he played in aldosivi in a couple of situations.
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Re: Martín Rivero

Postby Paablito » 2018 Feb 20, 13:50

Just a side note i watched sometimes he used pretty often his left foot, to make passes, dribbling or tricks with the ball, seems that 4 in wff/wfa is a little harsh for him, btw his ts isnt anymore in green rank, pretty passive style, just based his game in his agility/burst, close control not uses his full speed.

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