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Santiago Silva

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Jun 06, 07:39

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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby Vickingo » 2012 Sep 17, 00:11

Vs Independiente. He's playing so incredible good, he's gradually recovering his level. I mean, he does make a lot of effort to be Post Player and usually wins the battles with ease. He's improving a lot his passing skills also, he makes secure passes and it's difficult to watch him failing many. Also he was a threat for Independiente's defence, creating so much danger and scoring a really beautiful heading shoot with a clean connection. He ran a bit more than in past matches and moving around to get the ball.

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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby lucashag » 2012 Oct 28, 21:05

against river: my god, i wish he could get clean passes of his teamattes, pezzella anticipate him most of the time, won the body battle that end up in penalty that he scored
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby Riquelme10 » 2012 Nov 19, 00:31

Match review (vs. Velez): Very good game. The first part of the match was very good. Participated much, was slow and showed great DA, TECH and BB. He was very attentive. In the second half was a bit lost, no reaction. The gameplay not benefited. His goal leaves a better picture of him.7/10
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby jorgecavs » 2012 Nov 19, 01:32

Riquelme10 wrote:Match review (vs. Velez): Very good game. The first part of the match was very good. Participated much, was slow and showed great DA, TECH and BB. He was very attentive. In the second half was a bit lost, no reaction. The gameplay not benefited. His goal leaves a better picture of him.7/10

Vs Vélez. The team's best player, only played one time and did everything right, a goal and passes to assist very good. The second half was a ghost and was crushed by Tobio. His DA was pretty good, did a "caño" to Cabral. :shock: 6,5/10.
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby gotaa » 2012 Nov 19, 22:24

Vs Newells, the previous match, he showed a really poor DA, he seemed so clumsy at it and couldn't keep the ball close when running with it. That's the average on him I think, right?
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby nachogr28 » 2012 Nov 19, 22:48

gotaa wrote:Vs Newells, the previous match, he showed a really poor DA, he seemed so clumsy at it and couldn't keep the ball close when running with it. That's the average on him I think, right?


I agree with Gotaa. Could be a bit higher anyway his DA. I also think that his response could be higher and his Balance is overrated in 90
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby Paablito » 2012 Nov 26, 01:07

Vs Racing:
Pure sacrifice of Silva, always fighting with Ortiz and Cahais. Pplaying away from the box and always of back, holding the "ladrillazos" of his teammates. He had a clear chance as his header went a little wide.
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby Riquelme10 » 2012 Nov 26, 02:23

Paablito wrote:Vs Racing:
Pure sacrifice of Silva, always fighting with Ortiz and Cahais. Pplaying away from the box and always of back, holding the "ladrillazos" of his teammates. He had a clear chance as his header went a little wide.
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vs Racing. He played a good game, but apparently not interested in making a goal ... BB showed a good covering the ball to the backs. 6/10
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby nachogr28 » 2012 Nov 26, 19:52

He's playing really good. One of the best players in Boca. But his level stills far from the one he had in Banfield or Velez. IMO Balance should be 89, he's really strong but 90's an exaggeration.

BALANCE
90
Fernando LLORENTE
Vincent KOMPANY (CB but to have a reference)

BALANCE 89
Wayne ROONEY
Luca TONI

BALANCE 88
Carlos TEVEZ
Sergio AGUERO

BALANCE 87
Júlio BAPTISTA

On the other hand his DA should be at last 79, his dribbling are pretty accurate and he dribbles a lot nowadays. And his RES seems higher too.
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby Riquelme10 » 2012 Nov 27, 03:41

nachogr28 wrote:He's playing really good. One of the best players in Boca. But his level stills far from the one he had in Banfield or Velez. IMO Balance should be 89, he's really strong but 90's an exaggeration.

BALANCE
90
Fernando LLORENTE
Vincent KOMPANY (CB but to have a reference)

BALANCE 89
Wayne ROONEY
Luca TONI

BALANCE 88
Carlos TEVEZ
Sergio AGUERO

BALANCE 87
Júlio BAPTISTA

On the other hand his DA should be at last 79, his dribbling are pretty accurate and he dribbles a lot nowadays. And his RES seems higher too.

Yes, I agree. I think that 89 in BB is fine. Also, his MENT/TENACY should be more high (86, 87...).
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby lucashag » 2012 Nov 27, 16:15

i don't see why he should have lower, i think 90 is fine
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby Vickingo » 2012 Nov 27, 16:38

Sinceraly his BB is his main strenght, and imho is almost impossible to beat him for any AFA player, imho is well rated at oranges. He made a joke of Cahais and Ortíz in body battles.
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby nachogr28 » 2012 Nov 27, 19:29

Vickingo wrote:Sinceraly his BB is his main strenght, and imho is almost impossible to beat him for any AFA player, imho is well rated at oranges. He made a joke of Cahais and Ortíz in body battles.


Yes, but remember against Velez. Tobio won the body battle against him And Tobio's rated 83 in Balance (IMO should be 85, -1 from Dominguez who deserves 86)
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby lucashag » 2012 Nov 27, 20:29

so? chiellini (88 BB) beat ibrahimovic (96 BB) in an juventus vs milan match last season and both are well rated
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Re: Santiago SILVA

Postby Riquelme10 » 2012 Dec 04, 21:46

For me, is perfect 90 in BB. But, I think his DS should drop considerately. He really is not quick with the ball. I think he should have a value only slightly higher than that of Viatri.
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Re: Santiago Silva

Postby Vickingo » 2013 Jan 28, 12:57

The 90 is perfect and sometimes I think he does need more, in that action vs Tula around the corner he made him look as the weakest player ever meanwhile Tula has a good strength.
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Re: Santiago Silva

Postby chamakh » 2013 Jan 29, 01:37

He has good Dribble accuracy and good technique, your mind is also very good and he never gives a lost ball.

do you think?

Dribble Accuracy: 79

Tech: 81

Mentaltiy: 82/83
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Re: Santiago Silva

Postby gotaa » 2013 Jan 30, 15:20

Someone commented some time ago, how his level decreased in the field in the last minutes, when he was tired, during last season. I agree that he's a fighter, but don't think he could have a yellow value in Mentality taking into account Konami's definition. And really can't understand why he has a green value on DA, I watch the totally opposite thing every time I get to see him: hes ungainly with the ball on his feet, never dribbles for long distances and if he tries, he ends up almost stumbling because of his lack of ability. I'd say he's something like 71-72
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Re: Santiago Silva

Postby chamakh » 2013 Feb 14, 03:39

Scored a goal and I noticed he is quite participatory.
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Re: Santiago Silva

Postby Vickingo » 2013 Feb 14, 11:38

That's how you should kick a penalty, flawless. In the rest of the match he was pretty useless.

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