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Franco Di Santo

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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby Diego » 2011 Sep 04, 19:34

XD why SA/ST are not even in Green :roll: , Against Qpr he scored two screamers, first thanks to a really nice clean connection (?) with the ball, and the second one pretty well colocated 8-), Btw is he that tall? i thought he was smaller.
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby Fides » 2011 Sep 04, 20:36

Both shot did change direction because they hit an opponent. That was just luck, no SA or ST I would say.
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby Fiddy » 2011 Sep 04, 20:43

well basically he has these values, coe of last year, he was sooo damn wastefull..i'd wait a lil bit tho for rising his shooting stats, but what really caught my eyes in his play, he is quite techniacal and nimble for his height, and surely AGG ahs to go up, i'd go with an 84 for now.
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby Vranny » 2011 Sep 04, 21:55

He's been wasteful his whole career in the prem. He's an interesting player as he is able to pull out some spectacular shots from time to time, but he's definately on the improve.
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby Diego » 2011 Sep 04, 22:13

Yeah maybe he was wasteful or is (not sure) but a 73 Sa is a VERY harsh value imo, wasteful strikers tend to sit on green values. Its ok np to wait.
@Fides Maybe it was his intention :lol: , I didnt notice it, but i guess the shot didnt changed a lot of its direction, anyway, he hitted them pretty well imo.
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby BigStu » 2011 Sep 05, 07:46

he's scored 4 goals in 74 games, says it all really, tbh honest if he was a midifleder we'd give him an even lower SA, which is why a revamp is being planned
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby tasmin » 2011 Sep 05, 16:04

apart from the discussion i think it's unfair to give him 80 in tech. he has very good trapping skill and his 1st touch is quite handsome.it should get raise few points.
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby Mr. Evans » 2011 Nov 08, 20:18

Updated TECH.
I always found him more impressive on the ball but I'm not sure on value? Thoughts?
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby Jez » 2012 Jan 26, 20:39

His reputation for poor finishing and general Center Forward play (which is completely justified) unfortunately precedes him. He is actually very decent at dribbling. Surprisingly decent even. I'd actually consider giving him an 82 kind of value for Dribble Accuracy and possibly a raise in Dribble Speed (not sure on a value).
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby Jez » 2012 Aug 15, 02:24

My mate stuck 7 past me with him the other night...
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby BigStu » 2012 Aug 15, 07:49

my mate scores headers with lennon all the time...pes is weird :lol:
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby HoopDreams » 2012 Sep 19, 17:50

Dunno if I'm just seeing him through rose tinted spectacles, but to me he seems like the opposite of a player like Chicharito; when he does score, however rarely it is they often display very good ST, he's really has had some spectacular efforts, but he needs a multitude of chances to score. Chicharito on the other hand can be lethal, but his goals are often tap ins, or close range headers. So for me I'd have ST over SA, and definitely wouldn't have these two players on the same ST.
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby BigStu » 2012 Sep 19, 19:40

Most of those spectacular goals you speak of are deflected quite badly
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby Jez » 2012 Sep 20, 12:46

His good technical ability on the ball is reflected in his shooting, his ST should definitely be above his accuracy imo. Either way, he's way better than Hernandez.
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby Basilio » 2012 Dec 28, 20:51

The current value for stamina and def awareness produces me suspicion. It contrasts with my concept of him as a tenacious, fervid, hard working striker. If anything his sacrifice impacts me. He consistenly pressures the back line, and helps the defence with his tracking back. i will see if in future i get to see wigan games so I can analyze his game, i perceive this set isnt 100% accurate
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Re: Franco DI SANTO

Postby BigStu » 2012 Dec 28, 22:56

Nope your right, complete cockup on my part lowering it so much
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Re: Franco Di Santo

Postby BigStu » 2013 May 11, 17:17

his passing is a lot better than this
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Re: Franco Di Santo

Postby Welbeck19 » 2013 Aug 14, 11:33

He has signed a contract with Werder Bremen.

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Re: Franco Di Santo

Postby GullyGod » 2013 Aug 14, 23:31

Agree his passing should be some points better and could not he play also as a SS and winger ? as i remember he can.
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Re: Franco Di Santo

Postby Hayame » 2013 Aug 15, 09:04

BigStu some last suggestions for his time before Bremen?

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