Ocrin wrote:Attack was brought down because of the level of the league he plays in. Playing in a team who's by far the most dominant in an otherwise very low level league makes you, more often than not, look better than you are. Technical and physical stats can stay where they are, mental and tactical ones should be handled more carefully. What we're talking about here are his first few months at that level in the ukrainian league. Once he starts proving it more and more (in Europe?), or once he starts doing it in a better league he can gradually get better values, but for now it's better to be cautious IMO.
I brought header and FK stats down because I thought those were minimal values you assigned for a player who doesn't use these.I'll take your word for it and go with your values, 60s aren't that big of a deal anyway.
Couple follow up notes to include:
1) he’s a RW and only switches to the left during the flow of a counter if needed but not a natural position in the course of the game and really stuck to that right side
2) already took that into account when I made his set, already did the kind of low and conservative value the additional reduction is just going low to go low. Not a generic set and something like his mentality I was actually impressed with for instance. Would say this sums up 10 full games of his and footage going back through Brazil and youth international games for additional confirmation. 72 is the lowest that represents the player while being conservative. Not a 10 point gap between him and the other attacking mids and wingers in any of those bigger games and he really held his own against UCL opponents IMO. Took the same approach as with Championship players in accounting for the league level and then using something like the FA Cup and UCL to test how players in both perform against the big boys
3) picture would be great to add to the forum as well
4) we should add the full name above the player picture in bold: Mateus Cardoso Lemos Martins