Hugo Gatti | 1977-1978

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Hugo Gatti | 1977-1978

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 11, 16:53

Club: Boca Juniors


Yep I've made another 'sweeper-keeper' a truly amazing character Gatti would often move forward an act as a defender he was comfortable controlling the ball his chest,feet and even his head he also made some very good headed passes however Gatti would foten make stupid mistakes.goalkeeper the saves with his feet where also quite phenomenal. Suprisingly he wasn't really your typical 'samba' goalkeeper he relied on his positioning more than his great reflexes he also went in strong for one-on-one's and came out to collect most crosses but perhaops his best quality was saving penalties.26 of them he saved throught his entire career.

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Re: Hugo GATTI | 1981-1982

Postby maattth » 2010 Mar 24, 19:27

look this video

response: 88
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Re: Hugo GATTI | 1976-1982

Postby julgui » 2010 Aug 23, 20:06

Name: Hugo Orlando GATTI

Nickname: "El Loco" (The Crazy)

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Age: 32-38 (19/08/1944)
Era: 1976-1982
Undoubtedly, his best time in Boca.

Foot: R
Side: B

Height: 182 cm
Weight: 81 kg

Attack: 52 -> 40
Compared to Quiroga (48) and Nkono (40). The Loco Gatti deserves to be higher (including juice from a game like MF (view movies) and one as FW) Quiroga 48, N'Kono 40.

Defence: 86 --> 90
Balance: 83--> 86
There was strong of body, was very thin indeed what made him weak to shock.


Stamina: 69 --> 75
Standard value.

Top Speed: 75 <- 78
Acceleration: 76 <- 77
For the 1-1 and very quick to anticipate the play. I think the old values would overestimate their speed against other jguadores.

Response: 88 <- 85
Agility: 86 <- 79
His saves were based on their agility and responsiveness. -2 Points unless N'Kono agility is perfect.

Dribble Accuracy: 75 <- 78
Dribble Speed: 72 <- 77
Good dribbling and something extraordinary for his job. But not Higher Than a field player to enter the green zone.

Short Pass Accuracy: 73 <- 76
Short Pass Speed: 74 <- 77
Similar Case Dribble.

Long Pass Accuracy: 75 <- 71
Long Pass Speed: 76 <- 74
He had a glove on your foot. As few others drew much precision from porter.


Shot Accuracy: 52 <- 63
I get a little higher than the standard 44. But not so excessive.

Shot Power: 81 <- 84
I did not have a strong shot, if a lot of precision on their serves but not much power.

Shot Technique: 52 <- 62
I get a little higher than the Standard 44. But not so excessive.


Free Kick Accuracy: 45 <- 53
Standard value.

Curling: 65
Standard value.

Header: 59 <- 75
I do not understand to be that value. Never was characterized for head (!).

Jump: 88 <- 84
The jump to 88 is fine for your categoria. 84 GK is too small and would benefit from their share of refeljos.

Technique: 75 <- 80
Deserves its place in the green zone, as a large bow. I think the yellow zone or to Higuita is.

Aggression: 76 <- 79
Case similar to the technique.

Mentality: 91 <- 90
His mentality is something huge for Gatti. Always consider the best and not just followed a line of GK crazy, but the deepened and re estate.

Keeper Skills: 86 <- 84
espite his style, was an excellent GK and grab balls. It was very common to see cross with one hand picking.

Team Work: 82 <- 78.
Obviously to play as the play I need a good communication with their peers.

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 8 <- 6 (He is the player with the most appearances in history Primera Division Argentina)
Weak Foot Accuracy: 5 <- 7 (Using your bad foot was normal, I think these values greatly exaggerated.)
Weak Foot frequency: 5 <- 8


CARDS:
S11: Penalty Saver
S12: 1-on-1 Keeper

Attack/Defence Awareness Card: Balanced


INFO:



Caps:
Argentina: 18 appearances

Club:
_arg 1962-1964 Atlanta 30 appearances
_arg 1964-1968 River Plate 77 appearances
_arg 1969-1974 Racing Club 224 appearances
_arg 1974-1975 River Plate 45 appearances
_arg 1976-1988 Boca Juniors 381 appearances | 1 goals

Trophies & Tournaments:
_arg 1976 Metropolitano Primera Division Argentina - Boca Juniors
_arg 1976 Nacional Primera Division Argentina - Boca Juniors
_arg 1977 Copa Libertadores de América - Boca Juniors
_arg 1977 Intercontinental Cup - Boca Juniors
_arg 1978 Copa Libertadores de América - Boca Juniors
_arg 1981 Metropolitano Primera Division Argentina - Boca Juniors

* Honours Individuals & Records:

* He is the player with the most appearances in history Primera Division Argentina 765 match.
* He is the goalkeeper with the most appearances in Boca Juniors history and the second overall player behind Roberto Mouzo, who played in 396 league matches.
* He was also notable at facing penalty kicks, saving 26 of them throughout his career, tied for the most ever in Primera División with contemporary goalkeeper Ubaldo Fillol..
* Player of the Year of Argentina in 1982.
* Third best Argentine goalkeeper of the 20th Century in a poll by the IFFHS.



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ADDITIONAL LINKS:

http://web.archive.org/web/200710200252 ... ugador=294

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugo_Gatti
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Re: Hugo GATTI | 1981-1982

Postby zguc » 2010 Aug 24, 12:52

El orgullo y desafío.
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Re: Hugo GATTI | 1981-1982

Postby julgui » 2010 Aug 24, 13:09

Thanks zguc! :D
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Re: Hugo GATTI | 1981-1982

Postby zguc » 2010 Aug 24, 13:17

Where did you find the source of weight 81 kg?
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Re: Hugo GATTI | 1981-1982

Postby julgui » 2010 Aug 24, 13:25

From a page in favor of Boca Juniors. But with only physically see it you realize it is more thin. Passes did not want to invent numbers.
Thanks for the info!
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Re: Hugo Gatti | 1981-1982

Postby Vickingo » 2016 Dec 07, 14:10

Added to the DB. This set is really dubious and full of old standards. It's true he's a legend and one of most recognized argentinian keepers in the history, but I don't think he was this good, specially as a pure keeper. Yeah he was a showman, he almost invented that about being a crazy keeper, going out, dribbling and making such technical things all around but he was also known as a keeper with great response and mentality at the same time known because of his fails lots of times. I mean, this set must put him like top five all around keepers in the database judging the whole set, you can do whatever you want with him in game.

Not saying he wasn't good, but probably he wasn't this all around good...It's a taste thing btw, I don't like this kind of crazy keepers and that's probably why Menotti and Bilardo chose Fillol and Pumpido, more "conservative" keepers than him, and I guess they were right winning two WC and losing the final in 90's.

Any input in here to correct this set is more than valuable.
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Re: Hugo Gatti | 1981-1982

Postby lucashag » 2016 Dec 13, 22:42

Wow, this set is supposed to represent he 81-2 season? He was done by then, old, unagile and injured.

Fillol was an easy choice over Gatti, Fillol is the greatest argentine keeper of all time, the mistake was not calling Gatti or anyone of Boca that year when they won the Copa Libertadores for the second time in a row,although gatti always been a bit of a cunt so I don't know how he'd react to be a second choice. In 1986 he was 42 and shit, he was half the keeper he was at the time.

He was more of a highly prolificent shotblocker, not a highflying catlike reflexes keeper, he knew how to waive and use his body and speed well, specially his legs. His showmanship it's what's makes him memorable around now, but that sort of makes people underappreciate how good he once was.
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Re: Hugo Gatti | 1981-1982

Postby Vickingo » 2017 Jan 25, 14:01

Yeah for sure. So what do you suggest to do with this set? You know him more than me. Does he need this era or when he played for NT? Or both?
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Re: Hugo Gatti | 1981-1982

Postby lucashag » 2017 Jan 25, 18:32

I rather just change his era to 1977/1978, two time Copa Libertadores Champion and his last very good years possibly after a meniscus injury in 1976.

Talking exclusively about his 77/78 years
Current speed stats are all pretty overrated, agi looks around low green during this time, since age and the previously mentioned long term injury already started to take a toll on him. He wasn't that fast either, his ACC was his best assest though, quick feets to cut angles on shots and the old anticipation outside the box.

Technically looks a bit overrated his short passes and DA, way above the average short passer for keepers but no way he's worth better passing stats than many outside players, high 60's/low70's at most for both spa/sps. His dribbling was pretty sloppy in general, his confidence on the ball was definitely great and the rule that he could grab the ball after dribbling sort of helped him a lot, specially to act like an ass to opponents, but his control wasn't above an average cb.

This shooting stats are all pretty fucking high, no need to have him above any other keeper in sa/st/pk, he never scored a goal or kicked a penalty in his career. He could put some interesting swerve on some long passes but that's about it for his shooting sklls. Heading also needs standarization, I don't know where this value came from too, he just used it more than an average keeper because he needed to when he was outside the box.

His first touch was GREAT for a goalkeeper, really, 80 is a bit too high but he's worth to be a cut above most of the keepers, low/mid greens is quite high enough for him.

I feel like the only 2 stats that need a raise are RES and TW.
He was a real leader defensively and could cover his team and order the backline with his leadership and save their asses with his sweeper-keeper style. But his ability to keep everyone on check on that backline was great, worth of an 82/2 value.
And his RES was pretty damn good, he had very quick reflexes but wasn't super flashy, only very reactive on close range shots. His main skill was probably his shotblocking and the ability to save point blank shots. I was also thinking on lower jump before but I change my mind about it, he still had some good leap on him and for a guy his size he was pretty dominant on crosses, mostly cause of his insane confident to collect them.

To summarize the changes:

TS 71
ACC 76
RES 89
AGI 75
DA 70
SPA 68/9
SPS 71
SA 44
ST 44
FKA 44
HEAD 60
TECH 76/77
TW 82/3
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Re: Hugo Gatti | 1977-1978

Postby Vickingo » 2017 Jan 26, 12:55

Great post man, thanks a lot, so clear. Updated and moved to 70's.
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Re: Hugo Gatti | 1977-1978

Postby Paablito » 2017 Nov 03, 20:08

He really needs injury tolerance suited in A? Seeing comps and looking on internet he had a good amount of little injuries through his career, wasnt consistent there, showing how fragile was his body.
Regarding his defensive ability I never saw him sooo impressive and determinant in the line stopping balls, obviously he was above average gk but not that exceptional as the people thinks, he is mostly on the mind of the media because was extremely overconfident. Again i dont trying to say he was bad, just a slighly low value could be, definitely his response must be his key attribute.
Probably 5 in form could be an option too? Not really sure in this one.

btw dwfprowess must be around 55ish and his bw in 50.

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