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Jesús Navas

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 23:23

Full Name: Jesús Navas González
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby Fixer » 2013 Nov 15, 08:54

Did he play the whole match?
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby Korinov » 2013 Nov 15, 09:42

Meep-meep :mrgreen:

Fixer wrote:Did he play the whole match?


No, he had just come in like 5-10 mins earlier.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby Fixer » 2013 Nov 15, 12:05

It's just, It wouldn't surprise me if he had played the whole match and made that run on the last minute. His STA is grossly incredible.
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Re: Jesús Navas

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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby Brahms » 2013 Nov 26, 23:20

Fixer wrote: It wouldn't surprise me if he had played the whole match and made that run on the last minute.


indeed . he did exactly that against tottenham. And navas is one of the few who could run like that for a whole match, incredible speed and STA.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby Secundus » 2014 Jan 12, 19:03

Walcott TS 97, Cristiano Ronaldo TS 96, Robben TS 92, Jesus Navas TS 88.
Jesus Navas is one of the fastest players in EPL. His top speed 92-95, attack 84-86.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby KeyserSoze » 2014 Jan 13, 17:55

You're implying he's nearly as fast as C. Ronaldo or Aubameyang?
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby Rossa » 2014 Jan 31, 10:51

His top speed is definitely red. He's faster than Robben - does he really still have a 92 ts? I would put Navas on 92 ts for now. He's ridiculously fast and able to maintain ts, unlike most players. He's been quoted on a 10.8 sec 100m record, which is very fast. He also said that only Roberto Carlos was able to stay with him from all the fullbacks he's played against. Robben, on the other hand, has been outpaced by Marcelo and Jordi Alba. As a United fan myself, I'm even inclined to believe that Navas is faster than Valencia who rightly sits at ts 92.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby RasniPantela » 2014 Jan 31, 14:17

Rossa wrote:His top speed is definitely red. He's faster than Robben - does he really still have a 92 ts? I would put Navas on 92 ts for now. He's ridiculously fast and able to maintain ts, unlike most players. He's been quoted on a 10.8 sec 100m record, which is very fast. He also said that only Roberto Carlos was able to stay with him from all the fullbacks he's played against. Robben, on the other hand, has been outpaced by Marcelo and Jordi Alba. As a United fan myself, I'm even inclined to believe that Navas is faster than Valencia who rightly sits at ts 92.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby Fixer » 2014 Jan 31, 14:52

I do agree with him being faster. Nothing higher than 90 on my view though, unless he has shown better for City which I find hard to believe.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby čale » 2014 Jan 31, 15:38

RasniPantela wrote:Your explanations are childish.


it's the other way around, your post is childish, at least he tried to give proper reasoning, but where is your's to begin with in the first place? also, it is not your place to post such statements, it's up to the mods to say what's good or bad.

and the last thing, your signature is inappropriate and needs to be removed. forum rules forbid any kind of nationalistic, racist or religious signatures.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby RasniPantela » 2014 Jan 31, 15:49

How do you find it nacionalistic?
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby čale » 2014 Jan 31, 16:49

i never said that "I" find it nationalistic. those are forum rules.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby jurgens » 2014 Jan 31, 17:08

Enough of the shit please.

All I'm gonna say is every single time I see him I'm just constantly saying to myself... holy shit he is fast. I find it hard to rate players TS when they are that fast, especially when they have really high ACC. But he surely is incredibly fast, and it's on display pretty much constantly. I don't know about specifics, but I do feel that many of the people listed above, don't show the same sort of pace Navas shows pretty regularly. Nothing say hes faster at max, but hes consistently at a pretty steady high top speed.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby RasniPantela » 2014 Jan 31, 17:59

čale wrote:i never said that "I" find it nationalistic. those are forum rules.
But why do you think it breaks any rules???
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby jurgens » 2014 Feb 20, 06:04

Something I keep forgetting to bring up..

A very noticeable part of his game is his ability to distribute long distance into the midfield from the sidelines. It's something a lot of wingers struggle with, they can't keep the accuracy when passing with distance, which in turns see's them either hold onto the ball too long or pass backwards. Navas doesn't have this at all, hes very adept at just stopping anywhere on the sideline and passing well up to the CM's or CF's. He hits them with a good bit of pace and rarely seems to get them wrong.
This is one of those things I'm not sure how to rate cause of SPS having the after effect of making you a much better through ball passer. Navas doesn't really make insicive passes, but his ability to play back into the midfield should really be highlighted in his set imo.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby Rossa » 2014 Feb 28, 09:47

RasniPantela wrote:
Your explanations are childish.


Unfortunately, you didn't even give an explanation.

Navas is faster than Ramires at Chelsea who has a 90 ts. Without a shadow of a doubt, Navas is one of the fastest in the PL; maybe not Walcott fast, and perhaps I should retract my argument that he's as fast or faster than Valencia, but he's faster than players like Sturridge and Sterling. I also think his crossing is amongst the best in the league.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby Rossa » 2014 Mar 29, 18:59

Navas just detroyed Gibbs for pace, and Gibbs sits at 90. Seriously guys, this guy is probably top three for pace in the EPL. He should at least be 92 ts.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby Ramindbroken » 2014 Dec 15, 20:20

Finally a TS upgrade! Totally agree with it, 92 is the perfect number for him. Such a pace.
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Re: Jesús Navas

Postby Phil » 2015 Jan 29, 03:12

I think he is a bit of an odd player in terms of dribbling, he has got good close control but isn't really a tricky player who will take 2 or 3 players on. He has a really one dimensional dribbling game, he just seems to do the same feint to cut inside and then use his pace down the line to beat his man and get a cross in like an old school winger, very rarely cuts inside to take players on. When he picks up the ball with space he seems to prefer to pass to a player and run onto a through ball too, rather than trying to take players on. The thing is, these stats make him a dribbling machine in game, but he probably doesn't really deserve to be much lower anywhere. I'm not suggesting anything though I've just always felt he plays far too conservatively with regards to dribbling, especially considering he is pretty skilled.

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