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Andreas Makris

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Re: Andreas Makris, Anorthosis Famagusta

Postby petreleo » 2015 Mar 15, 18:47

He is having a great season.
As opposed to last season, he is getting much more games as a SS, and even as a CF, rather than as a Winger, and he does really well, scoring goals.
Big teams like Real Madrid, Juventus, Dortmund and Everton want to sign him. Real even made an offer, I think.
Makris is definitely a promising player. Dangerous and quick striker, able of scoring goals with considerable ease for his age.
Probably, his technique isn't the best possible, but it can still improve.


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MAKE- SS his Primary Position.
ADD- CF as a Secondary Position.

Attack: 76 (+2)
Header Accuracy: 75 (+1)
Shot Accuracy: 76 (+2)
Response: 76 (+2)
Body Balance: 71 (+2)
Jump: 75 (+1)
Tenacity: 76 (+5)
Aggression: 82 (+2)

CARDS TO BE ADDED:
P04 - Darting Run
P05 - Mazing Run
P12 - Goal Poacher
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Re: Andreas Makris, Anorthosis Famagusta

Postby stavrello7 » 2015 Mar 15, 20:43

I made few changes. Dont think Cypriot League is strong enough to do massive boosts for best players of league.
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Re: Andreas Makris, Anorthosis Famagusta

Postby petreleo » 2015 Mar 15, 20:59

stavrello7 wrote:I made few changes. Dont think Cypriot League is strong enough to do massive boosts for best players of league.

Don't be harsh. Maybe you are right about some players of the Cypriot League(especially until a year ago) for being overrated and their sets not accurate for comparisons at all.
However, Makris is one of the best talents in Cyprus, wanted by the biggest teams around the world.
I am tracking his development for the past 3 seasons, and he is currently 19.
In my personal opinion, he surely deserves what I have suggested. He is doing great things and he is such an important player for Anorthosis at such a young age.
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Re: Andreas Makris, Anorthosis Famagusta

Postby petreleo » 2015 Nov 18, 18:08

Makris has been a first-eleven player for Anorthosis and the Cyprus National Team for more than a year now.
Not the best technical player, not the best dribbler, but he works hard and he knows how to score goals, despite his young age.
Rumours of interest from abroad don't go away, with recent reports linking him to English clubs, Bournemouth and Middlesbrough, and last season Real Madrid saw a bid being rejected from Anorthosis for the young attacker.
Of course, he would have played for their C team initially, but there was also interest from other "top" European clubs like Everton, BVB and Juventus.
The last Cypriot player who received interest from the biggest clubs of the world was Demetris Christofi as an 18-year-old in 2008, when Manchester United, Arsenal and Bayer Leverkusen made bids for him.

As I've already said in this topic, his set needs some more upgrades. He is a very good finished with his feet and his head. A dangerous player, who works hard and runs his socks-off:
Header Accuracy: 75 (+1)
Shot Accuracy: 76 (+2)
Tenacity: 76 (+5)
Aggression: 82 (+2)
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Re: Andreas Makris, Anorthosis Famagusta

Postby petreleo » 2016 Aug 01, 06:08

http://www.anorthosisfc.com.cy/2016/07/ ... rea-makri/

Finally, made his move abroad. Signed for _eng Walsall. He is #33.
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Re: Andreas Makris

Postby petreleo » 2018 Jan 13, 03:06

I think that his career has become stagnated in the last 18 months since leaving Anorthosis Famagusta for Walsall in League One of England in the Summer of 2016 for a club record €300,000, and then returning to Cyprus this Summer with APOEL Nicosia.
Despite making a lot of appearances last Season at Walsall, he had been used mainly as a Right-Winger, and as a result, his productivity which is normally one of his biggest assets, was really low. In fact he scored only 1 goal and assisted 2 in 35 appearances in all competitions.
This Summer he returned to Cyprus for APOEL on a fee of almost €200,000, with the expectations of being a squad-rotational player, like he had been for a big part of his career at Anorthosis previously, but in fact he had not featured enough since then.
Until today he featured only 5 times in all competitions; 3 times in the League, one of them as a starter, once as a substitute in the Champions League Vs Spurs(home), and finally once as a substitute in the Cup. Despite that, he managed to score 2 poacher's goals in a League substitute appearance Vs former club Pafos FC.
His career just didn't have the development that most of us were expecting, having been a promising youngster until 18 months ago, and even relatively experienced for his age, having played regular first-team football since being 17 at Pafos.
Even now, he is surely not a bad player to be honest, and definitely in my opinion he could have easily offered more at APOEL than what he has offered until now, if he was given more chances. Definitely not as a starter, but mainly as a substitute from the bench to kill games on the counter, something which he used to do a lot at Anorthosis, with his pace and goal-scoring ability, two of his biggest assets, in addition to being defensively-good. Maybe, it was just the good performances of other Forwards of APOEL that didn't enable him to get a chance.
At Walsall, I guess it didn't work out for him there, and he hadn't been given a run of games up-front to get a couple of goals to help with his confidence, but he was struggling on the Right-Wing, instead.
I don't have anything major to suggest about his Set, but from the little I have watched from him this Season, bits from his last Season with Walsall, his matches with the Cyprus NT, as well as his final Season for Anorthosis, I would suggest a couple of things. His body strength has improved noticeably in the last 2 and a half years, but at the same time he has probably lost a small bit of his sharpness; agility and acceleration. Also some of his technical stats may fall, for example his dribbling hasn't been good lately, as well as his crossing. As a player, I view him more as a Striker or Secondary-Striker with 2 up-front, or as a Right-Winger in a 4-3-3/ 3-4-3.

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Weight: 68 kg (+1)
Balance: 74 (+3)
Acceleration: 81 (-1)
Agility: 80 (-1)
Dribble Accuracy: 75 (-2)
Long Pass Accuracy: 71 (-1)
Technique: 73 (-2)
Condition/Fitness: 3 (-2)
Weak Foot Accuracy: 4 (-1)
Weak Foot Frequency: 4 (+1)


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Re: Andreas Makris

Postby petreleo » 2018 Aug 27, 15:39

http://apoelfc.com.cy/nqcontent.cfm?a_i ... ic&lang=l1

Signed for _cyp AEL Limassol on a season-long loan.
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Weight: 68 kg (+1)
Balance: 74 (+3)
Acceleration: 81 (-1)
Agility: 80 (-1)
Dribble Accuracy: 75 (-2)
Long Pass Accuracy: 71 (-1)
Technique: 73 (-2)
Condition/Fitness: 3 (-2)
Weak Foot Accuracy: 4 (-1)
Weak Foot Frequency: 4 (+1)


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Re: Andreas Makris

Postby petreleo » 2019 Jul 18, 21:53

Back at _cyp APOEL Nicosia after the end of his loan (he is No.#33).

For some time it was unclear whether he would stay at APOEL or return back to AEL Limassol after a decent Season with them on-loan. AEL's coach recently said that he expected them to join their Pre-Season camp in Bulgaria, however in the end not only it didn't happen, but today he was also named at APOEL's Champions-League Qualifying 2nd-round squad Vs Sutjeska Nikšić. Still a lot of time in the transfer-window for things to change, of course.
Last Season on-loan at AEL Limassol he experienced a reasonably good Season, playing most often as a starter and scoring 5 goals, and as a result AEL wanted to keep him as I have said above. For AEL Limassol he played mainly as a Secondary-Striker alongside a Center-Forward Ruben Jurado in a 3-5-2, and they had a good partnership and co-operations between them, with Makris using his pace and energy to help them at counter-attacks and pressing. He also played sometimes as a Winger for them, mainly on the Right.
His Season at AEL wasn't amazing, but proven to be good enough for him to be called back into the Cyprus squad, not only as a bench-option, but also as a starter. Even more surprisingly, he was chosen as a Right/Wing-Back for Cyprus in the recent matches in June Vs Scotland and Russia!
His performances at Right/Wing-Back weren't bad, but still not as good as his ones as a Secondary-Striker which is his primary-position, however surprisingly after those appearances as Right/Wing-Back for Cyprus, APOEL started to use him in that position as well in this Season's friendly-matches, as Right/Wing-Back in a 3-5-2. An example of this was last Tuesday's 2-1 friendly win Vs Doxa Katokopias where he assisted APOEL's equaliser to Vujadin Savic playing in that position: https://youtu.be/teOgFFN2dn8?t=297 . As a result, maybe WB position needs to be added as Secondary-Position.

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Re: Andreas Makris

Postby petreleo » 2019 Jul 18, 21:55

Back at _cyp APOEL Nicosia after the end of his loan (he is No.#33).

For some time it was unclear whether he would stay at APOEL or return back to AEL Limassol after a decent Season with them on-loan. AEL's coach recently said that he expected them to join their Pre-Season camp in Bulgaria, however in the end not only it didn't happen, but today he was also named at APOEL's Champions-League Qualifying 2nd-round squad Vs Sutjeska Nikšić. Still a lot of time in the transfer-window for things to change, of course.
Last Season on-loan at AEL Limassol he experienced a reasonably good Season, playing most often as a starter and scoring 5 goals, and as a result AEL wanted to keep him as I have said above. For AEL Limassol he played mainly as a Secondary-Striker alongside a Center-Forward Ruben Jurado in a 3-5-2, and they had a good partnership and co-operations between them, with Makris using his pace and energy to help them at counter-attacks and pressing. He also played sometimes as a Winger for them, mainly on the Right.
His Season at AEL wasn't amazing, but proven to be good enough for him to be called back into the Cyprus squad, not only as a bench-option, but also as a starter. Even more surprisingly, he was chosen as a Right/Wing-Back for Cyprus in the recent matches in June Vs Scotland and Russia!
His performances at Right/Wing-Back weren't bad, but still not as good as his ones as a Secondary-Striker which is his primary-position, however surprisingly after those appearances as Right/Wing-Back for Cyprus, APOEL started to use him in that position as well in this Season's friendly-matches, as Right/Wing-Back in a 3-5-2. An example of this was last Tuesday's 2-1 friendly win Vs Doxa Katokopias where he assisted APOEL's equaliser to Vujadin Savic playing in that position: https://youtu.be/teOgFFN2dn8?t=297 . As a result, maybe WB position needs to be added as Secondary-Position.

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Re: Andreas Makris

Postby petreleo » 2019 Dec 18, 00:24

petreleo wrote:Back at _cyp APOEL Nicosia after the end of his loan (he is No.#33).

For some time it was unclear whether he would stay at APOEL or return back to AEL Limassol after a decent Season with them on-loan. AEL's coach recently said that he expected them to join their Pre-Season camp in Bulgaria, however in the end not only it didn't happen, but today he was also named at APOEL's Champions-League Qualifying 2nd-round squad Vs Sutjeska Nikšić. Still a lot of time in the transfer-window for things to change, of course.
Last Season on-loan at AEL Limassol he experienced a reasonably good Season, playing most often as a starter and scoring 5 goals, and as a result AEL wanted to keep him as I have said above. For AEL Limassol he played mainly as a Secondary-Striker alongside a Center-Forward Ruben Jurado in a 3-5-2, and they had a good partnership and co-operations between them, with Makris using his pace and energy to help them at counter-attacks and pressing. He also played sometimes as a Winger for them, mainly on the Right.
His Season at AEL wasn't amazing, but proven to be good enough for him to be called back into the Cyprus squad, not only as a bench-option, but also as a starter. Even more surprisingly, he was chosen as a Right/Wing-Back for Cyprus in the recent matches in June Vs Scotland and Russia!
His performances at Right/Wing-Back weren't bad, but still not as good as his ones as a Secondary-Striker which is his primary-position, however surprisingly after those appearances as Right/Wing-Back for Cyprus, APOEL started to use him in that position as well in this Season's friendly-matches, as Right/Wing-Back in a 3-5-2. An example of this was last Tuesday's 2-1 friendly win Vs Doxa Katokopias where he assisted APOEL's equaliser to Vujadin Savic playing in that position: https://youtu.be/teOgFFN2dn8?t=297 . As a result, maybe WB position needs to be added as Secondary-Position.


The first two managers of APOEL this Season haven't played him in a single match this Season, but despite rumours that APOEL might exchange him in January for AEL Limassol's Left-Back Christos Wheeler, the caretaker-manager who is now in charge at APOEL has used him in his first two matches now...Firstly as a substitute as Left-Winger in the 1-0 win Vs Sevilla, and then as a starter as Right-Back in the 2-0 win Vs Ethnikos Achnas.
His performances have been decent given that he hasn't played since last May, and APOEL would have probably been even better off this Season if they have rotated more given more game-time to squad-rotational players like Andreas Makris, Christos Sielis, Omar Hani, etc.
He is still mainly an Attacker in my eyes, a Secondary-Striker who can play in all the positions of the Attack, but given that he has been playing a lot defensively in recent times, WB position needs to be added as Secondary-Position, as I have said in my previous post.

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