Mikel Arruabarrena, CF Fuenlabrada


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Mikel Arruabarrena, CF Fuenlabrada

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 14, 17:03

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Re: Mikel ARRUABARRENA, SD Eibar

Postby Sikor » 2009 Jan 07, 10:13

on loan
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Re: Mikel ARRUABARRENA, SD Eibar

Postby RB7 » 2009 Jan 08, 12:25

Sikor wrote:on loan


But wasn't he a regular at Legia?
What was the reason behind this loan?
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Re: Mikel ARRUABARRENA, SD Eibar

Postby Sikor » 2009 Jan 08, 14:20

RB7 wrote:
Sikor wrote:on loan


But wasn't he a regular at Legia?
What was the reason behind this loan?

He played 82 minutes in Ekstraklasa :lol:
405 minutes in Legue Cup which is treated like friendly and 488 minutes in reserves.

He's quite shitty, he could make it in an average Polish team, but he's not really needed in Legia. But I hope someone decent will come to replace him. And he earn much too much ;)


Descarga seems a great side-back, but in played 13 minutes in E'a and - bang! - injury; Tito played 29 minutes. And that are Legia's great Spanish transfers :roll:

Well, Astiz is the best CB in the whole league, but he was here year ago;)
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Re: Mikel ARRUABARRENA, SD Eibar

Postby brazilianpesfan » 2010 Sep 07, 04:07

Moved to Leganes
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Re: Mikel ARRUABARRENA, SD Eibar

Postby Eternal Night » 2012 Dec 13, 19:23

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Thanks, Mikel, great goal. Myth and hero of SD Eibar. Bye bye, Athletic Club :lol:
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Re: Mikel Arruabarrena

Postby mr.Boss » 2015 May 13, 15:24

He is playing as a SS/AMF in their 4-4-1-1 formation so SS should be added and maybe even AMF can be added ;)
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Re: Mikel Arruabarrena

Postby MYS77 » 2015 Jun 01, 01:10

His main position is AMF, SS as the secondary one. In the last season he also played like this.
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Re: Mikel Arruabarrena

Postby petreleo » 2016 Sep 01, 12:28

http://www.ael-fc.com/2016/08/%CE%B1%CE ... %CE%B7-56/

Signed for _cyp AEL Limassol.
He is #11.

Really surprised that AEL went for him to bolster their options in Attack. After building a youthful, athletic and fast team, the signing of an oldish, slow and not even prolific Center-Forward as their first-choice Striker, was a huge surprise to everyone, despite his valuable experience, especially because he was signed as a replacement for Angolan Forward, Pedro Bengui, a very fast and skillful Striker who can also play as a Winger, as well as behind the Striker, who although trained with AEL during their Pre-Season, he couldn't sign for them, because he still had a contract with his last club, Benfica de Luanda.
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Re: Mikel Arruabarrena

Postby petreleo » 2017 Jan 06, 10:53

I am a bit surprised with the low values he has been given in some areas of this Set.
He is not the Striker who would make many runs or dribbling-moves to open-up defences, but if you are looking for someone to be at the end of crosses and long-balls in the box, and score one-touch goals with either his head or his feet, then he is your guy(he has also been their primary penalty-taker, after proving that he is a calm and accurate finisher).
Adding to that, he also showed ability to drop a bit deeper and make some good passing moves to create chances for others, as well as himself, and that's one of the reasons why AEL's goals come from players playing in all three lines of the team, midfielders, defenders and attackers.

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Short Pass Accuracy: 72 (+1)
Long Pass Accuracy: 70 (+4)
Shot Accuracy: 77 (+3)
Free Kick Accuracy: 65 (+5)
Header: 80 (+1)
Jump: 77 (+1)
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Re: Mikel Arruabarrena

Postby petreleo » 2018 Jan 27, 20:24

petreleo wrote:I am a bit surprised with the low values he has been given in some areas of this Set.
He is not the Striker who would make many runs or dribbling-moves to open-up defences, but if you are looking for someone to be at the end of crosses and long-balls in the box, and score one-touch goals with either his head or his feet, then he is your guy(he has also been their primary penalty-taker, after proving that he is a calm and accurate finisher).
Adding to that, he also showed ability to drop a bit deeper and make some good passing moves to create chances for others, as well as himself, and that's one of the reasons why AEL's goals come from players playing in all three lines of the team, midfielders, defenders and attackers.

http://www.cffuenlabrada.es/detalle-noticia/970

Signed for _esp CF Fuenlabrada on a Free-Transfer from cyp AEL Limassol.

He might not be a fancy Striker, as I have said above, but many people in Cyprus respect his contribution for AEL, and his productivity had been relatively good to be honest.
Of course, in the first-half of this Season there were spells when he wasn't as good as last Season, but overall his contribution had been positive for a 35-year-old Striker, a decent option for the Target-Man's position.

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