Sébastien Corchia

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Sébastien Corchia

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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby gib2504 » 2009 Jun 25, 14:56

didn't get to see Sebastien play, but looks like a great prospect from the stats, hopefully will get to see him this season, providing UK get some Ligue 1 coverage, bloody setanta
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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby Paddy » 2009 Dec 22, 02:57

Surely these are wrong... His Crossing for one is much better, as is his Curling, FKA and aggression. Also, whats up with his Response.
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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby Helios » 2009 Dec 22, 16:42

I had not the occasion to watch Le Mans this season so I am very curious to know how he's evolving. :geek:

Yeah, what's up with his response ? What's wrong with the current value ? If you watched this guy recently feel free to post explicit suggestions (if you have any) instead of posting indefinite insinuations.
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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby Paddy » 2009 Dec 22, 18:58

An 82 is a godly value for a player of his age.
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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby Helios » 2009 Dec 22, 20:49

An 82 is a godly value for a player of his age.
On what basis you're saying this ?

I rate players as I see them playing, regardless of their age. He was one of the most responsive elements on the field and therefore gets a relatively high value, it doesn't really matter if he's 15 years old or 35.

It's a very flawed way to rate players anyway. Young players make a difference on the field with their reflexes, vitality, enthusiasm and ardor all the contrary of older guys. If we had to link response with age, it would be the old players (+34) who should have lower values, reflexes worsen while aging, it's actually a scientific fact. :roll: (I know you're sick of that smiley :lol: ) But yet again, players should be rated solely on their display/capabilities regardless of their age although it's very rare to see a young player with high values in teamwork for instance, the unique way to improve yourself in this area is accumulating games and gathering experience.
Young footballers are "excessively responsive" at times, they dispute every ball, they leave their position to enter in a duel despite the presence/engagement of one of their teammates in that area on the pitch. While they gain experience, they'll play in a smarter way and they learn how to manage and distribute their efforts all along the 90 minutes and even the season, they gradually discover what to do and what not. Which situations are advantageous and which not...

Let's talk about the pair of American players : Beasley and Donovan, are they more responsive (today) than the amazingly swift guys we saw in 2002 ? HELL NOT !
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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby Ajacied_Breda1 » 2009 Dec 28, 13:10

Sinisa, Response does not only affect a player's reflexes or reaction to loose balls. It also affects his reading of the play (i.e. spotting opposition team-moves and anticipating on them) and the accuracy of his challenges (sliding tackles mainly).

Not that I disagree with the current value, I feel he deserves it because Corchia has shown some freakish tackling ability with the French youth team. Just wanted to make the above clear.
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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby cescjiang » 2011 Mar 20, 03:41

feels that he can get an update of his ACC and AGI, both 82 IMO.
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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby Adrien » 2011 Jun 30, 18:20

Very good players, may be more than this set.
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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby Adrien » 2011 Jul 08, 16:19

The set don't be update since 2 years. He needs a global update; he is consider like the best young player at his positions in France. Like cescjang said; 82 in agility and acceleration is a good value.


I don't hink he makes long throw but we can give him two stars:

*side
*dribbling


I think his ratio Att/Def is much better than this: Def downgrade to 69-70 and attack raise to 72-73.

We can give him conditions 6, he plays all te match of Le Mans in Ligue 2. Sochaux buy him because he made a very good season on Ligue 2 last year.


We can raise all his dribble and pass stats by one or two points. The technique can be raise to 80-81 too.

The SP is better too, he scores sometimes goals.
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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby conker8 » 2011 Jul 10, 09:58

I don't know him well but the Atk-Def values were wrong from what I saw. The values from Anonyme represents him well.

I add suggestions when I see him playing with Sochaux next season.
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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby Adrien » 2011 Jul 10, 10:35

Yes the set looks strange on Att and Def values, I think it's more an offensive player than defensive.
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Re: Sébastien CORCHIA

Postby conker8 » 2011 Sep 01, 13:28

Updated with your suggestions
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Re: Sébastien Corchia

Postby KeyserSoze » 2013 Dec 09, 15:15

I expect more from this guy over the last seasons.
But I don't blame that much, since Sochaux has been horrible for the last 3 seasons (the departure of Marvin Martin was disaterous).
By the way, Corchia has been playing as RMF in a 3-5-2 system.
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Re: Sébastien Corchia

Postby Adrien » 2013 Dec 09, 15:38

Against Paris it was more a WB on the right side, he isn't really a mieldfielder.
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