Miloš Milutinović | 1953-1956

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Miloš Milutinović | 1953-1956

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Jun 04, 01:08

Nickname: *Plava Čigra* (literary translation would be *Blond Gyroscope*; I think that most of the foreign journalists called him *Blond Arrow*, same as Di Stefano) | *Plavi Anđeo* (*Blond Angel*)

Club: Partizan Belgrade



Growth type: Early/Peak

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Re: Miloš Milutinović | 1952-1958

Postby Albo7 » 2017 Jul 28, 14:09

Yeah sure, I'll wait for the sum up by VUKDS and Moysis. Lps was a typo, given him 70 as you guys agreed on. I'll give this set a final update when you come up with the summary.
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Re: Miloš Milutinović | 1952-1958

Postby VUKDS » 2017 Jul 31, 23:17

I can not make myself write a longer comment lol. Like Vinnie's said, the difference between his and mine set(which is based on his at some point) is not big at all. Thing is that we can not make such a serious conclusions about these stuff, as lack of video material is an evident. I mean, yeah, he's seemed quite stiff an average with the ball, like player who is mostly making the difference with his off the ball movement into the space, but we can not totally be sure about that. Sets like this one should always be made with a bit of guesswork based on the written sources. Not that my conclusions are based just on that, I think that there were some videos which show that Milutinovic was an able to show some really good technical material.

I am talking about moments at his club, and the most of video material we've got is from the NT. Why did he not show his dribbling at the NT? I have no idea. First, we can be sure that he was kinda stiff and not fast enough with the ball. Maybe the fact that he was playing too far from the goal was slowing him down, or it was something else? Who knows. I just know that some of the rare footage from his club shows that he was able to make something with the ball. Also, when you read a written material, you have an impression that dribbling was actually his best ability.

I am not saying that this update is wrong, as his DA is 87 and I've reccommended 89, I am just making the comment about the most questionable ability from this set, if you ask me. I think that we should be careful with rating it. Also, if you assign him 89, it would be nice if you make his Agility(65/76) and DS(81) a tad lower, as Vinnie's said, for the sake of game.

About the other things, Moysis made a last comment on the previous page which I can agree with, maybe I am sceptical about BB lowering, though... BBut yeah, we are not talking about a huge changes in general, not that this set is bad or anything similar.


All in all, I am glad that we've finally started doing something with Yugoslavian classics. It's gonna be quite hard till the 60's and 70's. Vinnie's opinion was quite helpful and I hope that he will keep up with that whenever he finds a time. In the meantime, we've already made a suggestions about Milutin Ivkovic and we're gonna keep up with the work.

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