Yussuf Poulsen

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Yussuf Poulsen

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Re: Yussuf Poulsen

Postby KeyserSoze » 2016 Sep 14, 15:26

He looks like a budget Cavani: Very fast and fairly strong and technically gifted. I would also rate his Stamina, TW and Awareness to a different level, much higher than this. Just like Cavani, he moves a lot around the box or outside of the box, making an interesting off the ball, supportive movements and even giving nice extra defensive pressure upfront. His TW is definitely low greens (at least), Stamina around 83-84 and Aw is 3/3. Dummy Runner could be discussed as well...
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Re: Yussuf Poulsen

Postby KeyserSoze » 2016 Sep 20, 13:38

He's quite interesting to watch, despite his erratic displays. He scores some goals mostly due to his energy and his abilities on the ball. He's not very clinical though, but he still becomes a threat any time he gets inside the box.

His stats are fairly better than what this set shows, but his Form is around 3 or 4.
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Re: Yussuf Poulsen

Postby KeyserSoze » 2017 Oct 24, 14:34

He's an extremely weird-to-rate player. But "unpredictable" and "inconsistent" are the first two words I would use to describe him. He surely uses lots of trickery and flair on the ball, fairly flashy for someone of his size. But he doesn't use his abilities properly on a regular basis. I cannot even say he's lazy or lethargic... He's just unstable and his brief good moments fade rather quickly during matches. He has somewhat a "Benzema syndrome".

He probably needs an even lower Tenacity value and slightly higher TW.
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Re: Yussuf Poulsen

Postby KeyserSoze » 2018 May 28, 19:23

Hi-NRG strikers have become heavily demanded over the last years, and Bundesliga has plenty of them.
The problem is that some of them eventually mess up with the end up product.

Poulsen is a great example of this phenomenom: Pretty erratic finishing in an average day, and while he's still capable of displaying some competence in his passing, he usually struggles on how and when he should pass, dribble or shot. He's a really frustrating-to-watch player, even if his workrrate is a valuable asset upfront.
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Re: Yussuf Poulsen

Postby Ocrin » 2018 Jun 17, 03:47

At WC, his shirt name is YURARY instead of POULSEN. Is it the same at club level?
If so, it's worth changing it.
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Re: Yussuf Poulsen

Postby Eternal Night » 2018 Jun 17, 08:23

Ocrin wrote:At WC, his shirt name is YURARY instead of POULSEN. Is it the same at club level?
If so, it's worth changing it.


In Bundesliga his shirt name is "POULSEN".
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