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Brad Guzan

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 11:07

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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby devileh » 2009 Oct 22, 00:28

I feel his command of his area warrants him about Teamwork 75-76, also I feel he has proven he is cool under pressure, so an update to his mentality might be prudent.
Other than that: Great work on the stats, a quality keeper well represented here.

Hoping he is willing to stay with Villa 'til he reaches Friedel's age, because he is a blood brilliant keeper.
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby chanman » 2009 Oct 22, 07:43

devileh wrote:I feel his command of his area warrants him about Teamwork 75-76, also I feel he has proven he is cool under pressure, so an update to his mentality might be prudent.
Other than that: Great work on the stats, a quality keeper well represented here.

Hoping he is willing to stay with Villa 'til he reaches Friedel's age, because he is a blood brilliant keeper.


Yeah I agree he is a very solid goalkeeper. I remember watching a few games when he was playing for Chivas, and he can surely handle himself well between the sticks. He still is young for a goalkeeper so he has time to develop even better than Friedel. The Villains sure have a capable goalkeeper for the future.

Also his age should be 25. ;)
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby devileh » 2009 Oct 28, 23:55

-Add Penalty Stopper.
He's shown a lot of this in training and VS Sunderland he saved 4 penalties(1 in normal time, 3 in penalty-shootout) in the same game! That game also proved his amazing fever-saves.
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby MotherHen » 2009 Oct 29, 22:59

I agree with * Penalty Stopper.

4 in one match and i think he's saved a fair few already...
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Oct 30, 10:30

Hmm, my common sense is telling me that I can't just give him the special ability after one match, however his imposing physique certainly gives him the edge, and you do seem to have just that little bit more confidence when Guzan is in goal. One more agree and I'll update.
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby BigStu » 2009 Oct 30, 10:33

heres your one more agree
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Oct 30, 10:38

Updated, also, couldn't his jump be higher, I'm not basing this on much but from what I can gather he certainly looks like he can reach the highest regions of the goal, and although his fantastic height helps, he can also leap like a salmon. I'm thinking of an 84 value?
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby BigStu » 2009 Oct 30, 10:47

i wouldn't be against an 85 for jump but 84 sounds fine
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Oct 30, 10:53

I wouldn't say his jump value surpasses that of Friedel, nor would I say it is on par with Jussi Jaaskelainen(?) or Manuel Almunia, bearing in mind his star will give him an edge over the latter two when it comes to saving penalties. So yeah, an 84 seems like the right value.
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby devileh » 2009 Oct 31, 01:25

Vandeach wrote:I wouldn't say his jump value surpasses that of Friedel

IMO Guzans range exceeds Friedel's. Put Friedels head on Guzans body = perfect goalkeeper.
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby FIFASta92 » 2010 Apr 19, 17:41

HOW THE HELL IS HE 29 :lol:

he's 25
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby Jez » 2010 Apr 21, 15:19

I'm in agreement to the raise in Jump
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby Jez » 2010 May 26, 15:03

Updated Jump.
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby soccermaniakk » 2011 Jan 15, 00:23

He's a hull player now
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby soccermaniakk » 2011 Mar 02, 15:02

Loan ended back to aston villa
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby soccermaniakk » 2011 Mar 15, 18:30

Weird he went on a emergency loan back to Hull City Because Vito Mannone got injured
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby Diego » 2011 Nov 13, 13:22

if he isnt a international, and is a subtitute on Villa, then I really doubt if he might have Cond 8...
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby Mr. Evans » 2011 Nov 13, 21:25

Updated.
thor34 wrote:JUMP: 80/81/82. Digestible methionine and leap up to splice the header. From what I saw the half-length coat will easily to Angeleri.
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Re: Brad GUZAN

Postby MrEskola » 2012 May 23, 16:44

http://www.avfc.co.uk/page/NewsDetail/0 ... 07,00.html

He's released.

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