Leonardo Pisculichi, Burgos FC


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Leonardo Pisculichi, Burgos FC

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Nov 03, 01:17

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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby Mouarikh » 2009 Nov 03, 22:22

Leonardo Piculichi passing and shooting acc are currently above that of Mohammed Noor is that justified?

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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby HENRY14EVER » 2009 Nov 03, 22:31

TKash wrote:Leonardo Piculichi passing and shooting acc are currently above that of Mohammed Noor is that justified?

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I think that he really is better than Noor
I have watched videos of Noor espicially for this season
He is much better than last season
Yet, Piscu has greater passing abilities and made a lot of assists and scored lots of goals
And no one in Qatar would discuss his shooting abilities
He might be the best play maker in the league
And I am surprised that he didn't return to Europe
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby Mouarikh » 2009 Nov 04, 00:42

85: Tom HUDDLESTONE** (89), Jimmy BULLARD (86), Jason KOUMAS** (86), Danny MURPHY* (85), Owen HARGREAVES (80)

84: Stephen IRELAND* (86), José BOSINGWA (85), Michael BALLACK* (85), Nicky SHOREY (84), Gareth BARRY* (83), Yuri ZHIRKOV (83), Wayne ROONEY (83), Steve FINNAN (82), Angelos BASINAS (82), Alberto AQUILANI* (82), Rory DELAP (82), Ryan GIGGS* (81), Luka MODRIC** (81), Boudewijn ZENDEN* (79)

85: Esteban CAMBIASSO (82), Franco SEMIOLI (82), Luca CIGARINI** (81), Antonio CASSANO** (77)

84: Cristian Daniel LEDESMA* (83), MAICON (82), Nicolás CORDOVA* (82), DIEGO** (82), TIAGO Mendes* (81), Daniele DE ROSSI (81), Martin JORGENSEN (79), Luciano ZAURI (76)

Is he better than all these players in passing? Because I find that hard to believe. His ATK of 81 also places him alot higher than Established Asian striker like Nasser Al-Shamrani, Shinji Okazki, and is way above other foreign players that were brought into Qatar such as Rafik Saefi in Al-Khor or Thiago Neves at Al-Hilal.
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby HENRY14EVER » 2009 Nov 04, 02:20

TKash wrote:85: Tom HUDDLESTONE** (89), Jimmy BULLARD (86), Jason KOUMAS** (86), Danny MURPHY* (85), Owen HARGREAVES (80)

84: Stephen IRELAND* (86), José BOSINGWA (85), Michael BALLACK* (85), Nicky SHOREY (84), Gareth BARRY* (83), Yuri ZHIRKOV (83), Wayne ROONEY (83), Steve FINNAN (82), Angelos BASINAS (82), Alberto AQUILANI* (82), Rory DELAP (82), Ryan GIGGS* (81), Luka MODRIC** (81), Boudewijn ZENDEN* (79)

85: Esteban CAMBIASSO (82), Franco SEMIOLI (82), Luca CIGARINI** (81), Antonio CASSANO** (77)

84: Cristian Daniel LEDESMA* (83), MAICON (82), Nicolás CORDOVA* (82), DIEGO** (82), TIAGO Mendes* (81), Daniele DE ROSSI (81), Martin JORGENSEN (79), Luciano ZAURI (76)

Is he better than all these players in passing? Because I find that hard to believe. His ATK of 81 also places him alot higher than Established Asian striker like Nasser Al-Shamrani, Shinji Okazki, and is way above other foreign players that were brought into Qatar such as Rafik Saefi in Al-Khor or Thiago Neves at Al-Hilal.

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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby prosser2k10 » 2009 Nov 05, 08:29

my mate says he's 1 of the best in QSL but look at his stats and felipe's i think thats a decent person to compare with but not in the attacking way and hsi pic looks deranged try this
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby Paddy » 2009 Nov 05, 13:50

Supposedly he's scored 50 goals in 72 matches...
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby N3KR0 » 2009 Nov 05, 13:55

Impossible is nothing .. in Asia.
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby Mouarikh » 2009 Nov 05, 14:32

Paddy wrote:Supposedly he's scored 50 goals in 72 matches...


Essa Al-Mehyani has a scoring record of 49 goals in 70 matches, and thats when he played at Al-Wahda in Saudi Arabia (lower end of the table kind of club).
Ahmed Al-Sweileh has 37 goals in 55 games with Al-Hilal and Mohammed Al-Anbar has a 48 goal in 60 games record with Al-Hilal. Impressive scoring records are quite easy to find in Asia. However, unlike Leonardo and Al-Rayyan these guys actually play in the AFC Champions League against much harder opponents than your run of the mill team in the Saudi or Qatari League.

The stats for the three players I mentioned are all made, so you guys can feel free to compare.
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby Paddy » 2009 Nov 05, 14:38

They've all got better shooting stats...
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby Mouarikh » 2009 Nov 05, 14:54

Paddy wrote:They've all got better shooting stats...


Because they have proven their scoring abilities in a harder league, and have have proven their abilities against harder teams like Pakhtakor Tashket, Esteglal Tehran, etc..

When this set was first posted, his shooting was above most strikers in Asia and the passing was essentially the best in Asia. They have been edited by the poster since then.
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby N3KR0 » 2009 Nov 05, 14:58

They have better shooting stats because they are playing in one of the best league in Asia if not the best, the Saudi League.
The Qatari league is quite good, but the Saudi league is much more stronger, and teams there are much stronger than the teams in Qatar, so I guess they should probably have a higher value.
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby Mouarikh » 2009 Nov 05, 23:03

I agree with the statement that as a whole the Saudi League is better than the Qatari League and is probably the best in West Asia along with the Iranian Premier League. However, it definitely isn't the best league is Asia, that contest is squarely between the J and K Leagues. I would go into this more but this isn't the place for it. Maybe we can talk about it in the AFC football thread in the FB discussion zone, or the AFC section in the forum information section.
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby HENRY14EVER » 2009 Nov 06, 01:37

I think his stats right now are fair for a player like him
At first I posted stats based on his level among QSL players
But compared it later with other players from different Asian leagues
He has only played in local competition ..
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2009 Nov 06, 02:13

His shooting stats are really crappy I mean.. they need to be raised.
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby prosser2k10 » 2009 Nov 06, 23:37

manoloxcr17 wrote:His shooting stats are really crappy I mean.. they need to be raised.

True theyre quite low
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby N3KR0 » 2009 Nov 13, 19:48

Looking at the strikers in the AFC, his shooting stats are actually ''world class'' there are many strikers with impressive goal records that sit at something like 74 for shot accuracy, for instance, A'laa Hubail, Hussain Ali ''PELE'', Both these players have played most of their time in the Qatari league, they are forwards, and when you look at Piscu (which is a midfielder) shooting stats, they are actually wonder near the likes of those two.
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby prosser2k10 » 2009 Nov 13, 19:53

its a dumb arguement Nekro m8 because there is some players in west AFC rated correctly and some are awful, i think all the ladders that are being made + more interest & activity will lead to it being sorted out sometime soon and have the AFC working like a well oiled machine
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby N3KR0 » 2009 Nov 13, 19:58

Well that's the problem & considering the leagues the players are playing in, arrows, blahblah.
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Re: Leonardo PISCULICHI, Al-Arabi

Postby Messias18 » 2010 Jan 05, 20:36

I don't remember an FK goal in Argentina. And here he is 3 points above Verón
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