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Robinho, Sivasspor

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Re: Robinho

Postby Vickingo » 2015 Apr 14, 13:50

Do you support your thoughts on him MYS77? I agree with all of that and probably his mentality and tw are even worse.
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Re: Robinho

Postby MYS77 » 2015 Apr 16, 05:04

Vickingo wrote:Do you support your thoughts on him MYS77? I agree with all of that and probably his mentality and tw are even worse.

I would say that his MEN and TW stay the same, if not better. When he plays, the whole team plays better (despite his "laziness" in 90% of all matches), but when not (happened twice in the season, when he was with the NTs) the teams seems a bit out of place (the only defeat of the campaign was when Robinho was playing for Brazil).

I think that his DA and BC should be in high yellows, not in orange-red levels. He's great in these attributes, but not that great, you know what I mean?
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Re: Robinho

Postby jurgens » 2015 Apr 16, 05:33

seems pretty weird that he would go from mastery level in da/tech, to yellows in just 2 years or so
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Re: Robinho

Postby MYS77 » 2015 Apr 16, 06:38

jurgens wrote:seems pretty weird that he would go from mastery level in da/tech, to yellows in just 2 years or so


Seems pretty weird that Ramires was one of the best CMs in Europe to a bench warmer in just 2 years or so too. That's football, mate.
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Re: Robinho

Postby jurgens » 2015 Apr 16, 06:54

That has no correlation with Robinho's DA and is very far away from an actual explanation on the matter at hand, which is something I feel is needed for making such a drastic change to one of the most consistent players in da/tech in the last decade.
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Re: Robinho

Postby SmartShadow » 2015 Apr 20, 12:04

jurgens wrote:That has no correlation with Robinho's DA and is very far away from an actual explanation on the matter at hand, which is something I feel is needed for making such a drastic change to one of the most consistent players in da/tech in the last decade.
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Re: Robinho

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Re: Robinho

Postby Vickingo » 2015 Apr 20, 14:42

I'm trying to update pics with the full body, so if you have a better one please post it.
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Re: Robinho

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Re: Robinho

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Re: Robinho

Postby MYS77 » 2015 Jun 03, 01:48

Scaramuso wrote:


Showing one piece of the game doesn't change the fact he's lazy on the field. He did this on Sunday? Yes. He scored? Yes, but still lost the goal in his first shot. He doesn't run, only dribbles and dribbles without an objective.
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Re: Robinho

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Re: Robinho, Guangzhou Evergrande

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Re: Robinho

Postby Jon Osterman » 2016 Dec 08, 12:32

It's been a long time since Robinho presented this technical level specially at dribbling. We may be afraid of lowering it because at one single point at every ten games he does something great, but he is barely dribbling these days. 92-93 number will fit him well on DA and a similar logic can be aplied to TEC. His controls doesn't seem the same anymore, it's looking tough for him to hold on in a way that wasn't before, but a 93 will do it. Defensive contribution also don't look expressive, very least impressive. Down two points to 40, i say. Tenacity don't look quite a green number to me, but i still don't have other fixed idea. Based on the final of Brazil Cup i'd say a 74-73, but i can't assure you that.
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Re: Robinho

Postby toaad » 2016 Dec 08, 17:54

He was the most regular and determined player of Atlético-MG this year. He did a very good season despite the bad game yesterday. The Atlético-MG team when it was with former coach Marcelo Oliveira, was VERY disorganized and he could still be the leader of the team in the inumerous adverse moments (technically far above the league, but the other players that are also ended up falling a lot in their Levels). 76 is still underrated imo.

Yes, a difference is needed between the values ​​of DA and TEC of today's Robinho from the old Robinho. Anyway, coming back from the defensive...with that stamina, 42 in def he manages to reflect him well defensively, conservatively Physically but participatory (within average) tactically. Don't see him horrible or that really needs some change in that department.

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