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Serge Aurier

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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby vinnie » 2014 Jul 23, 20:44

why can real madrid keep buying and psg can't lol?
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby Adrien » 2014 Jul 23, 20:56

I guess FFP is an idea of club like Madrid, Barca, Man Utd, to not make rich people buying club and put their interrest in danger^^
It's just a struggle between old rich against new rich^^
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby fitzcarraldo » 2014 Jul 23, 21:50

Probably it's about income and revenue. Obviously PSG doesn't generate income as big as Manchester Utd, Real or Barca, because their fanbase is couple times smaller (yet?). Therefore they can't spend as much as those 3 clubs.
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby Adrien » 2014 Jul 24, 09:02

I wasn't speaking about this. I mean that Barca, Real etc have big debt... they never try to put the money of the income to cover the debt.

Anyway PSG have big income, far over Man-City for example. Paris is the biggest city in Europe with London, they always had a worlwide image and sold a lot of shirt, TV right, etc... I read an article some months ago and PSG was the 5th club in the ladder in Europe for income. Only Real, Barca, Munich and Man-United have better income.

With this FFP, they aren't allow to buy a player like Aurier for 10-15M€ value. So they took him on loan to buy him next year. Barca bought Suarez for 80M, Mathieu for 20M, and they lie on the transfert of Neymar, wich is a big issue for justice and law. Company who do this in real life can be closed or pay a lot of money to the justice for this.

PSG and Monaco aren't on the same planet. PSG have big income, that's why the owner choosed this city. But at Monaco you will never be able to have comparable amont of income.
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby fitzcarraldo » 2014 Jul 24, 20:25

Sometimes (or even often) debt is cheaper than company's equity (both equity and debt have their cost). Debt isn't a bad thing when you are able to pay instalments and interests. It gives you opportunity to invest and to grow way faster. Both sides get profits. Cash flow is most important, ability to pay salaries or cover current liabilities. Long-term debt is less important especially when it's on good terms :D.
I didn't read carefuly FFP rules, but I just don't like when some ridiculously rich people from mid-east or eastern Europe come and buy a club and try to make it an European Champion in 3 years. I'm just waiting until some rich guy buys the name of his own club stadium for 500 mill a season, lol. It's still a revenue...
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby KeyserSoze » 2014 Jul 24, 21:20

That's exactly how (financial) leverage works.
Of course, the profits will multiply when properly managed.
But these techniques are also a double-edged sword due to their risk.
That happens, for example, when the cost of borrowing an asset is much larger than the income caught by the same asset.

That's why the common, "ordinary" clubs have a broad amount of investors, because the eventual losses have a lesser impact over them.
That's not the case of PSG and their Middle East tycoons, specially after the reasons fitzcarraldo already gave.
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby jurgens » 2014 Jul 24, 21:26

vinnie wrote:why can real madrid keep buying and psg can't lol?



because reals profit margain is insane
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby Adrien » 2014 Aug 24, 15:53

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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby Shollym » 2014 Nov 09, 23:06

I see one of his positions is WB, is it possible that we still have WB position on this forum?

It is important for us who play PES6, in newer pes WB = SMF, and in PES6 there is a big difference between players who play CB,SB and WB like Tomovic, and players who play WF,SMF and WB, in PES6 it's not right to have players like Tomovic as SMF.
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby Ocrin » 2015 Aug 27, 13:28

May be a few more points in Jumping? He is insanely good in aerial duels.
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby Ramsus-Kahr » 2015 Sep 30, 20:23

What a beast. He deserves a orange value for STA. He's also very powerful.
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby Adrien » 2015 Oct 01, 20:01

His first season was difficult at Paris. But now he's showing what he did at Toulouse where he was the best right sideback of the league by far. Now there's no way for van der Wiel to come back a starter. :P
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby Ramindbroken » 2016 Mar 03, 17:42

He's impressive. The only thing I'd change from this set is his RES. I don't want to overrate him and I know he's already at green DEF, but shouldn't he be at yellow RES? Every time I watch him he tries to press the rival, pushing forward, always trying to anticipate and tackle. Sometimes this ends in a foul, but anyway his RES doesn't look so conservative to me. Similar to Alves, only that Aurier is by far a better tackler. Maybe Alves is just a little more responsive (and also there's a huge gap between his DEF annd RES that is already well represented in his set), but I think Aurier should be closer to him. Even if I compare him with another type of RB as Zabaleta (who is at yellow DEF), their tackling doesn't seem very different... Zabaleta is better, sure, but discussing RES only, I think they're pretty close, if not at the same value. But an 80 to put him in pair with Azpilicueta would be fair too.
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby jurgens » 2016 May 01, 15:25

His jump is insane, probably close to reds. I question his offensive side though, I don't think hes really that good in spa or lpa, spa for sure, but not entirely on lpa... he seems to just hit the ball and hope for the best sometimes, but other times he seems to aim and pick out people... either way I don't feel hes this high in lpa. Def is deserved but I don't think he warrants this much attack, at least for his PSG displays.
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby furymaker » 2016 Sep 13, 23:25

he's a monster, what a player
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby Ramindbroken » 2016 Sep 14, 00:56

I'm not convinced with his EP, most of his movements are pretty stiff, the number he had before (78 I think) looks much better for me. The rest of the set is perfect.
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby Rex » 2017 Sep 23, 13:55

What a dumb player defensively. Flying into tackles all the time, even with yellow card. He's a good tackler, can pull out some really nice interceptions, that tackle on Arnautović was incredible, but has to play much smarter. It was so obvious that he was going to get a red card.
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby Yazid » 2017 Sep 24, 00:49

It's a shame because I watched the game yesterday and he was having a really good game until he got sent off.
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby furymaker » 2017 Sep 24, 08:38

i mean, he's one of those super aggressive players that play without 0 hesitation, physically he's a monster, even tactically, but his brain has been the issue for him throughout his career..
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Re: Serge Aurier

Postby LaitP » 2019 Jan 04, 08:45

Overrated stats?

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