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Fernando Llorente

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 11:17

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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby čale » 2014 Oct 02, 15:28

agree with the changes but i feel you were generous in some things:


Short Pass Speed: 65
Ball Control: 87

Dribble Speed: 63
Top Speed: 72

Stamina: 75
Jump: 69

Attack Awareness: 2
Defence Awareness: 1

Teamwork: 64

Acceleration: 66
Aggression: 78
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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby Epsi » 2014 Oct 02, 16:11

aren't those values a bit harsh? How can he be a "pivot" with that low tw.. even lower than Balotelli's.. he would play so much on its own, so inexistant off the ball support, and that's not true, he's supportive even if in a very limitate space. About short pass, I claim he's accurate, but possible just in a short range so I can't say about sps. Didn't you put him way too slow with those values?
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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby čale » 2014 Oct 02, 16:49

tbh ever since he joined i've never seen him show any kind of speed, it's either walking or jogging with or without the ball it's non-existant. he's more of an anchor than a pivot, a pivot is someone who moves around to support and he does the opposite he stands somewhere and waits for a long ball to fall on him, he feels so lazy on the pitch it's ridiculous how can any coach actually think of fielding him...

as for passing, he's got good accuracy on them sometimes even showcasing traces of yellow stuff but i've given the value more to accustome his range rather than actual passing speed, his passes are layoffs, flicks and the occasional through ball never longer than 5-10 meters...
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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby delpierofan10 » 2014 Oct 02, 18:33

That's what I've said before,coach tries to use his strength to create space for Tevez and other players.He will get the ball,hold it against 2 or more defenders and he makes short passes which like I said months ago are more accurate than just 75...maybe 78 SPA with a bit lower SPS would be more realistic.
I agree with a lower attack but IMO he is 85,maybe he looks lower in attack maybe due to the bad form he is currently but I'm not sure.
Top speed must be even lower so does stamina,I suggest TS 74 and STA 77.
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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby orlando9164 » 2014 Oct 07, 16:29

Stamina is absolutely correct. The season started a month ago, and now he is playing every match, twice a week. It's a question of form, it's difficult to valuate a player like him in the first month. A physical like him's is difficult to bring to 100% at the start of season
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Re: Fernando Llorente

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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby Pett » 2016 Nov 26, 22:45

I think he deserves Super-Sub maybe !!
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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby BigStu » 2019 Apr 23, 20:26

Finished, movement non existent, physically not the strong target man this makes him and pretty useless aerially.
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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby josev » 2019 Apr 23, 20:41

definitely not as storng anymore, though he's not completely finished but close to it, still somewhat useful, i'll update him
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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby robben11 » 2019 May 08, 22:51

good balance, good ball control, good pass accuracy... it was decisive
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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby AdAc » 2019 May 09, 12:45

Yesterday he was sent on the pitch in the second half and he brought the entire Ajax defense back to school
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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby Eternal Night » 2019 May 09, 17:13

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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby Ocrin » 2019 Jun 03, 03:45

I really like this set, looks completely like him in real life, though I was thinking of going even lower on DS. 65 is already a low value, but he's painfully stiff and slow on the ball, doesn't even try running with it, though his DA isn't bad and I believe it makes his DS look a tad better than it actually is when he uses it.

These are just my impressions from a couple PL/UCL games though, they might be wrong and a bit harsh.
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Re: Fernando Llorente

Postby josev » 2019 Jun 03, 03:54

i've thought that too, but i've seen some episodes where he actually tried to make some use of his ds to beat someone on as weird as it looked, but can be lower just to highlight how static he is

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