Nike Mercurial Collection Clash
chedl wrote:good update, i like it.
vs. River Plate:
He's a idiot, by a stupid discussion was expulsed and (for luck ) he lose the match against Peñarol. Despite of this, had a good match, as always, insane speed and dribbling.
atrechi wrote:dude, calm down. I'm not being a smart ass. I dont want to insult or disrespect anybody.
atrechi wrote:So, he has a higher Top Speed than Gabriel Agbonlahor, and more explosive power than C. Ronaldo..... and he's 20.... ooo and dribble speed is soo overrated too. Nicolas Lopez is just as fast, and probably has better technique overall too and look at his stats compared to this guy...
What I was pointing out is that with this stats he's way too fast compared to the other fast players in the Uruguayan league.
I mean, he has world class speed on par with world class players
and he's only 20 years old.
He is super fast yes, but not this fast.
Once he goes to an European league you'll see his values come down.
For example, one could argue that in top speed the 2 fastest players in the Uruguayan league are Bueno and Estoyanoff. Maybe with bueno coming ahead, but not by a 91 to a 86 difference in top speed. It's much closer than that. IMHO Bueno should have an 87 in TS, DS should be on par with Estoyanoff's or maybe 1 point more
Explosive Power (AGI) should't be more than 87 too.
Agility determines how fast a player is at moving his body. A player with high Agility is more adept at making movements, such as turns, quickly. Agility is not, however, how well they move or how intelligent/skilled their movements are. Agility is related solely to the speed of their movements.
This is from watching him quite a bit. He's a good player. He's fast, but he still has a lot of time and years to grow. Once he beats the speed of players in the top leagues I'll recommend myself to put the orange values, but right now, playing against defenders from the Uruguayan league, he doesn't show orange values.
atrechi wrote:Ok, i just gave you reason why his speed should be lower, but you're not listening, maybe because he's from Nacional?
atrechi wrote:Lopez is rated at a TS of 78 yet he isn't that much slower than Bueno. I'm sorry if I dont agree with you, but my reasoning is solid in this.
atrechi wrote:Wow, I have a disgusting attitude. Man.. I apologized for the way I wrote my 1st post, i agree, it was dumb of me to write it that way, and then you disregard everything i say afterwards and disrespect me, insult me, etc. I'm trying to be polite, civil, and bring reasoning to the table.
When I play against someone else, I personally don't like when a player is too fast, and has incredible dribble, that is almost unstoppable on the bands, if he isn't unstoppable in real life, and Bueno is not unstoppable, but this set makes him that way. (again, against players from the uruguayan league)
If being the fastest player in the Uruguayan league lets you put him a 91 ts, then I could say that Scotti/Valdez deserve a 92 in DEF because they're the best defenders in the Uruguayan league. The problem with that is that once you play against teams from the Libertadores, its unbalanced, cuz they aren't that good against Brazilians or Argentinian teams, and if you play against European teams, they should be even worse. That's why you have to take into account every league and how they place internationally.
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