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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby GavidTreveguet » 2008 Dec 11, 16:51

His keeper skills are surely better than this?

He pulls off some tremendous, world class saves and granted, although they are mostly reflex stops, he still rarely makes mistakes when it comes to shot-stopping.

I'd say he is better than both Sorensen and Carson in this department.

83-84?
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby dixie1sixty » 2008 Dec 11, 16:54

Yes I agree he does pull off some fantastic saves. Also I would up his agility by 1-2 because he can be cat like sometimes.

In reference to keeper skills i would place him on a par with Tim Howard
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby Vandeach » 2008 Dec 11, 17:52

I disagree with GK Skills suggestion he does prefer to parry the catch but I agree that it could be raised to 82 possibly an 83 value. Onthe other hand Response can go up he has the ability to pull off tremendous reflex saves and its an area where I'd place him above Itandje would an 86/87 for response be so wrong?
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby Tom » 2008 Dec 11, 19:55

I've made some tweaks but I resent how they've been dubbed as "very underestimated", sure a few values were out, but when compared to the values given for other Championship keepers at the time they certainly were not so. I do find it rather funny that his Keeper Skills have been proposed a raise when no-one has actually mentioned the word "handling" which is what the stat is all about :roll: I've said in the Tim Howard thread that I'll tweak Myhill's stats, and I have, but I do find it funny that no-one has considered the values given to other keepers in other leagues who are of similar handling abilities to Myhill, who actually punch and parry the ball a lot. And he's certainly not up to the same sort of standard as Matteo Sereni, is he? Quite frankly, Kameni makes more catches than Myhill does and so I've put him at an 82. The same as Basso, and I've also tweaked his Response. But to raise his Agility, especially given the current value and his height, I think is a wrong move.
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby GavidTreveguet » 2008 Dec 11, 20:05

82 is a decent number. I still think he's better at Handling than Steve Simonsen though, who also has that value.
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby Tom » 2008 Dec 11, 20:27

GavidTreveguet wrote:82 is a decent number. I still think he's better at Handling than Steve Simonsen though, who also has that value.


Really? Out of their performances last season, I probably would have rated Simonsen higher in the handling department. But Myhill was definitely the overall better keeper out of the two, there's no question there.
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby dixie1sixty » 2008 Dec 11, 20:29

When Simmo was at Everton he was known as the vampire...scared of crosses that was his worst atribute.
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby Tom » 2008 Dec 11, 20:31

dixie1sixty wrote:When Simmo was at Everton he was known as the vampire...scared of crosses that was his worst atribute.


That was due to his shoddy positional sense, just like an early David James, and that's a Defence issue. If he was in the right place, I can guarantee you he would have saved them, where has with Flappy Flapperson at Sunderland it's the other way around :lol:
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby dixie1sixty » 2008 Dec 11, 20:35

Craig Gordon? Yeah but even David James still cant help self to the regular gaffe especially for England
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby Tom » 2008 Dec 11, 20:42

dixie1sixty wrote:Craig Gordon? Yeah but even David James still cant help self to the regular gaffe especially for England


Actually, I was talking about Darren Ward, but it would appear that Craig Gordon wants to ruin how he's percieved by his colleagues and the media too.

I think the problem is that players generally don't perform for England anymore, you'd think that with the midfielders you have that you'd be unstoppable in the middle of the park. But it's not the case.
But I can't talk, Ireland have been chronic under-achievers over the years. And that's only because of Jackie Charlton raising the bar for our standards :lol:
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby Paddy » 2009 Dec 26, 18:51

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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 26, 20:03

Done.
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby deity86 » 2010 Jul 30, 22:11

Alf Ramsey: "I'll be watching you for the first 45 minutes and if you don't work harder I'll pull you off at halftime."
Rodney Marsh: "Crikey Alf, at Manchester City all we get is an orange and a cup of tea."
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Re: Boaz MYHILL

Postby Reverend » 2011 Jul 29, 19:10

Move to Birmingham City
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