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Lúcio, Brasiliense

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 18:32


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Re: Lúcio

Postby Dimon » 2013 Mar 17, 16:00

Epsi wrote:The really low tw along with yellow aggression was the only way to reproduce him fairly at times. Didn't play a single match with him in PES 2013, but in PES 2011 it worked great.


Worked too great, I can say. I tried him even with higher numbers, firstly 65, then 68 - still it was way to easy to play against Brazilian NT. You just go to Lucio's zone and 1 of 2 times he opens everything to you to make cut-off pass (I'm also playing 2011).
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Re: Lúcio

Postby PIPA23 » 2014 Jan 04, 14:13



wait for the official announcement on official page.
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Re: Lúcio

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Re: Lúcio

Postby masterguitar » 2015 Jan 21, 11:52

Move out from Palmeiras, probably to some club in China
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Re: Lúcio

Postby reydecopas » 2015 Jan 21, 16:31

Is he still this good ?
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Re: Lúcio

Postby masterguitar » 2015 Jan 22, 19:13

reydecopas wrote:Is he still this good ?


No, in the end of 2014 he was very slow and completely out of shape, that is why Palmeiras release him to search for a new club.
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Re: Lúcio

Postby Ramindbroken » 2015 Jan 23, 00:35

reydecopas wrote:Is he still this good ?


Response is no way 90, TS and STA also have to go down, he is not this good since years ago.
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Re: Lúcio

Postby Vickingo » 2015 Apr 14, 11:24

He's training appart from the 1st team, in conflict and said he's earning 200.000 reales from Palmeiras lel. He was linked again with Sao Paulo if I read well...strange situation. Concerning to stats, I agree about him not being this good at all, I've watched some games past year and as you guys said he was pretty slow and mainly out of shape, probably decreasing his condition would be ok but for sure he doesn't need that level of sta and no way he showed those passing/resp.
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Re: Lúcio

Postby masterguitar » 2015 May 07, 11:34

Finally Palmeiras ended his contract!
Now he is a free agent.
http://espn.uol.com.br/noticia/507239_p ... r-1-milhao
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Re: Lúcio

Postby Vickingo » 2015 May 07, 11:38

Decreased condition, stamina and response and moved to Non Affiliated section. For sure he does need more changes but I'm not sure and there isn't any other suggestion.
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Re: Lúcio

Postby PIPA23 » 2015 Jun 10, 15:56

apparently he signed for FC Goa of ISL: http://www.lequipe.fr/Football/Actualit ... goa/565230
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Re: Lúcio, FC Goa

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Re: Lúcio

Postby Twix » 2017 Aug 22, 09:35

He retired about six months ago.
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Re: Lúcio

Postby Jon Osterman » 2017 Aug 23, 19:10

I haven't seen news about his retirement nowhere. Do you have a source?
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Re: Lúcio

Postby Klaus14 » 2017 Aug 23, 19:18

Jon Osterman wrote:I haven't seen news about his retirement nowhere. Do you have a source?


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Re: Lúcio, Brasiliense

Postby Jean_PS » 2018 Jul 04, 16:43

After leaving Goa FC, the Indian team, he stopped for a while and returned to soccer to play for Gama FC, and after a while, he transferred to the Brasiliense where he played the Série D of the Brazilian Championship (fourth division).
He even shows some of the traits of his style of play. There is strong marking with his body balance and a quick ball out that avoids interceptions. Of course he does not have that speed from years ago, but it's not terribly slow.
One thing he has apparently improved over a few years is his tactical game. But nothing spectacular, he just does not deserve the values ​​he received when he played for Palmeiras in his last season with Brazilian football (where he had aggression 83 and teamwork 60). In this respect, he has become a more conservative defender who does not venture so much, perhaps because of the loss of speed, but in one way or another, it is still a positive point.
At that point his team was eliminated from the fourth division, so I do not know what he will do from now on. Whether you will go to any team in Série B or retire.

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