https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guagyaFbOY8 goal, freekick over, assist, 2nd goal in 6-0 route of Bolton
not clear here what you meant by sps, since you gave different values earlier and LPS is 79 already, did you mean change LPS from 79 to 77?Oklahomastate010 wrote: I see lpa in high greens/borderline yellow and sps to be 2 points lower, something like 79/77.
Oriello wrote:not clear here what you meant by sps, since you gave different values earlier and LPS is 79 already, did you mean change LPS from 79 to 77?Oklahomastate010 wrote: I see lpa in high greens/borderline yellow and sps to be 2 points lower, something like 79/77.
I agree with what you've suggested for the most part. Attack I would take down to 70, Response to 65 - as you said its not a big part in his offensive getting getting on loose balls in the box and is unreactive in defensive phase often, only really him being magnetized to loose/slow passes in mid where he starts turn overs is a skill of his.
Acceleration I would take down to 75 with TS 87.
LPA is maybe the only area I think he is still as good and maybe even pulled of some crosses beyond his normal repitoire, great chip crosses right on the line whilst he was falling down, technically really difficult to execute - and his dead ball delivery I find really consistent and good.
Shooting SA 73, SP 81, ST 76 ? Think Bowen should have the better SA and ST, its been a while since Grosicki scored some crazy/inventive goal, and I'll reserve the ST 82 (87 was me going overboard because of a few stunners at Rennes) for his 2015-16 classic set.
I think Bowen was left underrated in his SA, he in two seasons had 20 missed /33 on target, 30 missed / 49 on target - a third of his shots are from outside the box and most of the rest on the outer edge of the penalty area, not many in the 6 yard box. He is a better shooter than the 76 SA /78 ST reflects.
DA I would drop to 80 with DS 77 and Agility 77
Tech up a point to 84 - Some touches since his days in France, for Poland I think too have been just a little tighter, its just that he has slowed down in general and makes less out of it.
Aggression would bring to 88, his Rennes set should be 90, just to more highlight that line-breaking desire / style of his game (was caught off side 26 times last season!)
Fine with Mentality at 62, TW can be 68 +1 above Bowen.
Form/Condition at 2 would also be fine. He gets way more play time at Hull then he did in Rennes (5000 mins vs ~3000+ mins), at Rennes he too was erratic if given a steady run in the side, and he was finally turned into a super-sub, so with less minutes he managed to make more out of it. At Hull he is been a starter mostly, sometimes gets subbed due to his energy issues, and even though he had that bad first season in the Championship where his head was not right/unprofessional this past season he was not a constant force/unreliable...though Hull fucked themselves again by conceding so many goals, their offense is fine, its just a parade of goals at the back giving the a goal difference of 0 last year and -3 this year.
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Oriello wrote:He does not score many FKs, but when he does they seem to be - as the kids say - "extra".
of course opposing keeper getting caught out is some dumb polak, Bialkowski, would have better luck under a sink not a cross bar.
Oriello wrote:That was a nice one.
Transfermarkt has him listed with 5 in his career, still on lower end.
These two are carbon copies, before Hull, but I think mostly about Curl/Shot Power
The precision is getting better at Hull, even at his attempts, maybe he will continue and then he might get a boost. Mostly in the past he only worked to give deliveries into the box, did not really go often for direct shot on goal, and few times I recall him doing I think he missed/did not make keeper work.
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