Lahm has a 92 (not 91 as in the ladder) now, as well as having a significant advantage in Mentality (or will do with the proposed value for Gael). Lahm also has the slight edge in terms of Condition to help him game to game with recovery.
I certainly agree he's not a 95 at the moment. I'd sit Gael on a 92 (the same value I'd give to A. Cole, with a slightly higher Mentality value) personally. I know, only a point difference from your set but he still has plenty of running in him without showing the visible effects of fatigue deep into games. With the fact he'll have a slightly more attack minded att/def ratio (especially so if you decide to lower his DEF even more) now as well as increased Aggression + Overlapping Run he should well be attacking more and using more Stamina in game.
I don't know Paddy, it's your call. I certainly wouldn't have him any lower than your suggested value.
On another note, I think you mentioned some other areas you were pondering, ACC being one. I think it's a fair point. Even during his best times, he could get beaten relatively easily over the first 10 or so yards but recover (Kolo Toure-esque) with ease in the long run. It's been evident just in games this season, it happened against Shakhtar over both games and Elmohamady earlier in the season against Sunderland to name a couple of instances. Also Porto last year with Varela (though Clichy had just come back from injury) and there are many more examples. I do probably agree he could even be a touch lower than your suggestion for ACC but I think TS would be fine, he truly is quick over long distances even if he has lost a touch of pace.
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