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Agustín Torassa

Postby PES Stats Database » 2011 Mar 07, 04:59

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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby julgui » 2011 Mar 07, 05:04

Interesting player... undoubtedly deserves more minutes, was crucial in promotion to first division of All Boys.

Excelent Stats! 100% agree
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby jorgecavs » 2011 Apr 03, 03:48

Very goods Stats. :mrgreen:
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby lucardax5d » 2011 May 29, 21:18

First goal in Primera Division with All Boys vs. Quilmes. I think you can reduce your DEF, ACC, AGI and WFA. So, I suggest these changes:

Defence: 42 ---> 40
Acceleration: 86 ---> 84
Agility: 85 ---> 84
Weak Foot Accuracy: 4 ---> 5
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby Vickingo » 2011 Jun 14, 10:55

lucardax5d wrote:First goal in Primera Division with All Boys vs. Quilmes. I think you can reduce your DEF, ACC, AGI and WFA. So, I suggest these changes:

Defence: 42 ---> 40
Acceleration: 86 ---> 84
Agility: 85 ---> 84
Weak Foot Accuracy: 4 ---> 5


Done! :mrgreen:
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby jorgecavs » 2011 Sep 20, 23:48

He could have "Mazing Run" quietly.
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby Vickingo » 2011 Sep 21, 02:53

I think that's not needed if we raise his AGG some points.
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby jorgecavs » 2011 Sep 21, 09:05

vickingo_73 wrote:I think that's not needed if we raise his AGG some points.

I think that if necessary the cards, that is their style of play, I like in 82 AGGR like Carranza.
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby Vickingo » 2011 Sep 25, 19:56

For sure he needs more AGG and may be better numbers in long passes. Today nobody could catch him, really agile this guy, changing direction and unpredictable dribbles.
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby gotaa » 2011 Nov 04, 23:09

Amazing match today, he showed and impressive speed either with or without the ball in his feet. For sure DS and DA can be better
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby Vickingo » 2011 Nov 05, 10:33

gotaa wrote:Amazing match today, he showed and impressive speed either with or without the ball in his feet. For sure DS and DA can be better


No doubts about this, also he's agile like nobody! Really, a nightmare for all Independiente's defence. Also his BB is a bit better, but he fails in his physical condition, always he's tired, and I have doubts if he deserves a yellow number.
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby xeneize » 2011 Nov 05, 18:51

i'm agree too...
and a raise in AGG is needed too IMO
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby Vickingo » 2011 Nov 05, 19:11

Yep, I think that we haven't need more time, I was looking him a lot, what about this?

Attack: 77 (+1) I've realized some good movements, and usually he's pretty smart to dismark himself and look for the ball, making constant runs and be a "nightmare" to opponents with his movements. I watch very similar to Salgueiro in this aspect.
Balance: 75 (+3) Always seemed me pretty weak, one of the weakest here...but he's showing some good strenght in body battles with players who are stronger than him, now he holds more and uses more his hands to protect the ball...a raise is really needed, just in green will be the best comparing him with other SS in ladders.
Stamina: 78 (-1) He runs a lot, really, but in first half and probably until min 65, then he got tired really quickly; and he doesn't do nothing to recover himself, 0 strong brain, VERY similar to Nuñez's stamina. This level has to be decreased for sure, and put him at the level of Nuñez and -1 than Litre will be the best.
Top Speed: 85 (+2) Sinceraly he's pretty fast, he is able to run looking for a ball very quickly and I don't find differences between his first metres and his last sprint, he's pretty good in both aspects. Without doubts he's at the level of Cesar Pereyra (very similar with him) and Gabriel Hauche.
Acceleration: 85 (+1)
Agility: 85 (+1) I was thinking in a better value here, but with the increase of his BB and +1 in AGI will be fine to represent his constant fluid movements and more than good changes of direction. Also I don't think that he's agiler than Gata Fernandez.
Dribble Accuracy: 82 (+1) Amazing control of the ball, unpredictable movements and with the ball very near to his foot, never separated...again very similar to Hauche's dribble.
Long Pass Accuracy: 77 (+2) Capable to send nice and dangerous crosses, more than acceptable and with nice curling of the ball...he's better with the ball in movement than in stopped balls, and his crosses are more directed and accurate than fast, and probably is his fault here because are usually intercepted because of his lack of force/speed.
Long Pass Speed: 75 (-2)
Shot Power: 77 (-2) Not too much to say here, he never had a strong shoot, but I've realized a lot of times that his legs' foot is terrible, he hasn't any force in it...and he demonstrates this constantly, as I said in his crosses but also in his shoots with the ball in movement...pretty similar to Ereros' force. Must be the worst here in terms of SP taking into account only SS.
Curling: 78 (+3) Big mistake here, as I said his crosses are dangerous more because of his curling and direction than because of his force/speed, no doubt that he deserves a better value, at the level of Carranza/Marco Perez will be enough.
Aggression: 84 (+4) BIG increase here, incredible the low value...He must be one of the most aggressive SS here and it's because of his worriness about the other goal. He's in constantly moving to reach the box and try to make a pass/score. 84 fits perfectly his aggressiviness compared with Hauche's.
Teamwork: 76 (+3) At least in green...this is because his connection with his teammates to look always the last line of the defenders and go for the long pass of midfielders.
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby xeneize » 2011 Nov 05, 20:01

NICE! perfectly

but what about increase his DS like said matias? honestly i think can stay in mouche's level talking about DS
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby Vickingo » 2011 Nov 05, 20:03

I forgot that, yes, more if we raise his TS...if nobody disagree...I'll update him.
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby Vickingo » 2011 Nov 06, 21:16

Updated.
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Re: Agustín TORASSA

Postby lucashag » 2012 Jul 25, 23:14

move to tigre

http://www.catigre.com.ar/2012/07/25/to ... o-a-tigre/

according to tigre's website he weight is 71 kg
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Re: Agustín Torassa

Postby Paablito » 2013 Oct 21, 00:04

He's playing as RSMF and showed nice stuff there, his agility and speed with the ball is amazing and his dribbles are really good, but his contribution in attack isn't the best, he close to the line or makes one more dribbling and he ruins the play. Also his passes are really weak, really, lose easy passes at 2mts to his teammates. His sta is remarkable but his mobilty isn't, is passive and static but when the teams attack he doesn't stop run. His bal and kp are shit and his bc isn't the best, he can't controll easy the ball, must try to stop the ball two or three times to control well.
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Re: Agustín Torassa

Postby Paablito » 2013 Nov 17, 10:40

His agility is awesome, his movements are crazy with the ball at speed, at least his ep/ds could be high yellow and maybe in orange and his sta is good, looks much better than one year ago but is weak as hell, in 1-1 always loses, he can't manage well his body when he impacts with others.
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Re: Agustín Torassa

Postby Scaramuso » 2013 Nov 22, 14:50

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