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Steven Beitashour

Postby PES Stats Database » 2012 Apr 05, 16:55

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Re: Steven BEITASHOUR

Postby Persee » 2014 Apr 26, 17:22

Add Early Cross card maybe? Is his jumping really worth a yellow? And move to Vancouver Whitecaps please.

Btw I think his speed is very overrated, he is not faster than Heydari (who is TS: 84) or even less faster than Jahanbakhsh (TS also 84). He is agile but not specifically fast. I suggest 81 or 82 top speed.
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Re: Steven BEITASHOUR

Postby ballack13 » 2014 Apr 28, 22:32

I think 82 is too low honestly. From what I've seen of him in MLS - he has good pace. Very rare someone gets by him due to sheer pace.

I agree with jump though. I'll drop it to 76.

I'm not sure he deserves early cross but I could be wrong.
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Re: Steven BEITASHOUR

Postby Persee » 2014 Apr 29, 05:00

ballack13 wrote:I think 82 is too low honestly. From what I've seen of him in MLS - he has good pace. Very rare someone gets by him due to sheer pace.

I agree with jump though. I'll drop it to 76.

I'm not sure he deserves early cross but I could be wrong.


If you say so, but then I think Alireza Jahanbakhsh's top speed needs a raise to 85-86 don't you think? Can you suggest it please? (I've already done some suggestions that got ignored) http://pesstatsdatabase.com/viewtopic.php?f=136&t=31807

I saw the early cross trait in the matches I watched from him but I'm not 100% sure.
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Re: Steven Beitashour, Toronto FC

Postby Oriello » 2018 Jan 19, 23:26

I gave just some minor touches to the set, even though it is an old one it was still fairly accurate.

His speed can be a bit absent in some matches, then other games he is one of the zippiest players out there. I've changed his attack/def ratio a bit, a very balanced player. Has held his overall level/abilities really well over the past years, despite this I dropped Form to an average 4 to limit red arrow nonsense.

He has since signed for LA FC expansion club. He was one of the better earners at TFC, and management with the need to pay win bonuses and MLS rules did not have the funds to allocate his way for what he deemed himself worthy of for a contract renewal (would needed to take a big pay cut to stay). Luckily TFC picked up Hasler mid-season and on his few appearances at RWB looked impressive (scored like 3 goals lol, Beitashour never). Still he has been a mainstay, dependable and an almost elite SB/WB in MLS standards, a bit sad to see him go.
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Re: Steven Beitashour

Postby Oriello » 2018 Dec 08, 02:05

Updated.

He became I think an even more reliable player, really a consummate SB, one of the best in the league, solid defensively and his attacking game grew a bit with the freedom he was afforded to overlap constantly. Bit slower, but great energy reserves despite constant motoring up and down the touch line.

DA might be lower.

Don't know why, but he often played in the centre circle and sometimes his overlap came not wide but on the inside channel, was thinking he might be worthy of *Centre.

Omar Gaber came and looked promising to be the starting RB, Beritashour was moved to LB to accomodate Gaber, but he soon left the club back to Egypt due to some family reason, there was no one to dispute the RB position after that, as Blockman proved to be lacking (was loaned out with the club left with 3 SBs in latter half of season).

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