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Mongolese Maradonas

Postby Albo7 » 2012 Apr 20, 14:32

So, we have decided to clean up the classic section from old sets, dubious sets, weird sets of obscure players that have been in here for 2-3 years, which nobody seem to care (not as if people in here usually care). So any Mongolese Maradonas in the classics are about to get deleted. Anyone finding such threads with such dubious sets, please post 'em here.

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Re: Mongolese Maradonas

Postby midnight » 2013 Feb 24, 17:09

heres another set of Scotty, must have been missed :
- viewtopic.php?f=184&t=12602

that '?' next to the height is surely suspicious .
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Re: Mongolese Maradonas

Postby Korinov » 2013 Mar 24, 21:14

midnight wrote:heres some another set of Scotty, must have been missed :
- viewtopic.php?f=184&t=12602

that '?' next to the height is surely suspicious .

Hadn't seen this one, thanks.
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Re: Mongolese Maradonas

Postby michaelning901 » 2014 Nov 27, 00:31

Can somebody give an actual example of a Mongolese Maradona numerical set? The ones above are all deleted and I'm interested in seeing what one of these sets looks like
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Re: Mongolese Maradonas

Postby vinnie » 2014 Nov 27, 01:30

michaelning901 wrote:Can somebody give an actual example of a Mongolese Maradona numerical set? The ones above are all deleted and I'm interested in seeing what one of these sets looks like

theres probably little to no actual examples left as we've cleaned up the majority of these sets.

I'll give you an example of what one would look like though


Name: Archie Thompson
Club: Sydney Bungaroos
Number: 11, 7, 9 (standard numbers for left winger, right winger and centre-forward)
Position: *WF, CF, SS, AMF, DMF, CB, SWP, GKS
Nationality: Australian _aus
Age: 22-27 (08/07/1877)
Era: 1886/1905

Foot: L
Side: B

Height: 179 cm
Weight: 78 kg

Attack: 90
Defence: 65
Balance: 95
Stamina: 90
Top Speed: 93
Acceleration: 88
Response: 88
Agility: 87
Dribble Accuracy: 88
Dribble Speed: 89
Short Pass Accuracy: 80
Short Pass Speed: 78
Long Pass Accuracy: 85
Long Pass Speed: 84
Shot Accuracy: 89
Shot Power: 93
Shot Technique: 85
Free Kick Accuracy: 83
Curling: 93
Header: 83
Jump: 83
Technique: 83
Aggression: 93
Mentality: 92
Goalkeeper Skills: 70
Team Work: 80

Injury Tolerance: A
Form/Condition/Fitness: 6
Weak Foot Accuracy: 6
Weak Foot Frequency: 6
Consistency: 6
Growth type: Standard

And the explanations would be along the lines of:

"Attack 90, he is the top goal scorer in the history of the Australian league.

Defence 65, sometimes he would help the defence

BB 95, he was an amateur boxing champion before he played football

Top speed 93, he wasn't slow

dribble accuracy 88, he was not a bad dribbler

Spa 80 Lpa 85, he rarely passes, but was not a bad passer when he did pass.

Shot accuracy 89, he scored 200 goals for the Sidney bungaroos between 1888-1902.

Shot power 93, He had 50 cm thighs!

Technique 83, his touch was bad but not so much worse then the others

Mentality 92, he served in the military in 1894, and became a doctor after he retired!

Goalkeeping 70, he played as a goalkeeper when he was a youth and was said to be the 5th string keeper for the bungaroos."

You'd think that I'm exaggerating, but this is seriously not even that far off what the majority of the sets were, which were basically, non researched article based nonsense with little to zero understanding of attribute rating and no ability to be objective (hence the inability to give a poor or average value in any facet of the set).
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Re: Mongolese Maradonas

Postby GiuseppeMeazza1938 » 2019 Mar 25, 15:44

Here is another example of an Mongolese Maradona:

Name: Quilp
Club: Dinmore Bush Rats
Number: 11, 7 , 9
Position: WF, CF, SS, AMF, DMF, CB, SWP, GKS
Nationality: Australian _aus
Age: 18-34 (08/07/1885)
Era: 1904/1919
Foot: L
Side: B
Height: 172 cm
Weight: 67 kg

Attack: 92
Defence: 80
Balance: 97
Stamina: 95
Top Speed: 99
Acceleration: 93
Response: 90
Agility: 93
Dribble Accuracy: 90
Dribble Speed:97
Short Pass Accuracy: 84
Short Pass Speed: 84
Long Pass Accuracy: 88
Long Pass Speed: 90
Shot Accuracy: 91
Shot Power: 95
Shot Technique: 87
Free Kick Accuracy: 85
Curling: 95
Header: 97
Jump: 97
Technique: 87
Aggression: 95
Mentality: 94
Physical Contact: 93
Strength in the Air: 93
Vision: 96
Goalkeeper Skills: 71
Team Work: 87

Injury Tolerance: A
Form/Condition/Fitness: 7
Weak Foot Accuracy: 7
Weak Foot Frequency: 7
Consistency: 7
Growth type: Standard
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Re: Mongolese Maradonas

Postby Oriello » 2019 Mar 25, 20:55

vinnie wrote:Mentality 92, he served in the military in 1894
Boi, Henryk Reyman played his entire career with shrapnel from WWI in his thigh/hip area, you think you can deny the Tenacity of the legend that was the Tank of the Vistula?

vinnie wrote:Shot power 93, He had 50 cm thighs!
Reyman's shot knocked a keeper unconscious and he fell into his own net, you sir are a ruiner of legends, let us dream!


I thought his set was balanced, for what the site was then, probably could have been toned down though, but deleted now, no more Polish Rambo :(
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Re: Mongolese Maradonas

Postby Brezza » 2019 Mar 26, 11:41

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Can we not disrepect the Vladimir Putin of Polish football? Just look at those thunder thighs <3
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Re: Mongolese Maradonas

Postby Oriello » 2019 Mar 27, 01:56

He did ride horses too! Something about having rode a train from his military posting (Poland were occupying Vilnius), getting off running 2 km to get the horse then riding it to the stadium and joining a match in progress. I imagine he was shirtless then too. Putin only imitates the essence this guy exhaled.

That painting is plain silly, why did the reds all wear their shirts like that? Was it summer and all the clothes were made of thick hemp or something?

His physique from the photos does not actually look impressive by today's standards, Sean Connery body vs Daniel Craig for Bond, but in the context of that era at 178cm he was taller than most men, Poland's average height I think was somewhere ~168-170cm for men (I know also Netherlands pre-WWII was ~165cm for males due to malnutrition). He was described as slow and unagile (probably limited by war wounds/shrapnel), but he bullied players around when dribbling.


The entry on Wisla Krakows wiki is maybe the largest for him http://historiawisly.pl/wiki/index.php? ... ryk_Reyman of any player, way more written info than even club legends that played for them in the 1970s.

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