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Nicolás Sánchez

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Apr 06, 21:43

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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Apr 14, 22:58

*Sliding? does it a lot...but gets carded :?
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Dec 11, 10:40

Watching him more, playing with Cabral...I think he is better than Cabral Overall.

Here is a comparison, and help me point out where Nico is better:
Cabral(Sanchez)
Length: 182 cm(+5)
Weight: 81 kg(+1)

Attack: 57(+1...Seems to be the best target on CKs)
Defence: 78(-1..he is probably better here)
Balance: 82(+1)
Stamina: 81(+1...Cabral could probably go up 1 or 2)
Top Speed: 76(-)
Acceleration: 76(+1)
Response: 79(-2...probably pretty close here)
Agility: 72(+1...both likely a little underrated)
Dribble Accuracy: 73(-2)
Dribble Speed: 71(+2)
Short Pass Accuracy: 70(-1)
Short Pass Speed: 72(-4)
Long Pass Acc.: 72(-3)
Long Pass Speed: 71(-1)
Shot Accuracy: 65(-)
Shot Power: 82(-2)
Shot Technique: 67(-5)
Free Kick Accuracy: 66(-2)
Curling: 71(-3)
Header: 81(-)
Jump: 78(+2)
Technique: 69(-)
Aggression: 63(-)
Mentality: 77(+1)
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 76(-3...definitely could at least be the same)
Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 6(-)
Weak Foot Accuracy: 5(+2)
Weak Foot frequency: 5(+2)
Consistency: 5(-...seems more consistent than Cabral)


I could use some help here ;)
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby Ajacied_Breda1 » 2009 Dec 11, 14:08

So, to sum up with you suggestions (added a bit of mine):

Attack: 61
Defence: 79
Stamina: 84
Response: 78
Agility: 76
Team Work: 78
Consistency: 6

I guess I could agree to that. ;)
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2009 Dec 13, 18:39

Agree he is totally better than Cabral.
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby Messias18 » 2009 Dec 13, 18:53

Agree too 8-)
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Dec 13, 20:01

updated! 8-)
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby jeremiasv » 2010 Aug 02, 19:09

manoloxcr17 wrote:Agree he is totally better than Cabral.



MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM....are you sure?????


more faster? ok, may be

better in a defense? mmm idont know, i think no.


(no es mejor que cabral pero para nada, son los 2 muy malos pero cabral cabezea muuuuy bien por lo menos)

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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby Messias18 » 2010 Nov 28, 18:15

Yeah he is in Godoy Cruz, moved
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby Vickingo » 2010 Nov 28, 19:10

Messias18 wrote:Yeah he is in Godoy Cruz, moved


Nice, definitely his Passes are too underrated and he could more response and Mentality IMO, what do you think Messias?
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby Messias18 » 2010 Nov 29, 03:36

vickingo_73 wrote:
Messias18 wrote:Yeah he is in Godoy Cruz, moved


Nice, definitely his Passes are too underrated and he could more response and Mentality IMO, what do you think Messias?

Agree he is not under Cabral, but I prefer small changes ;)
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby Vickingo » 2010 Nov 29, 03:43

Yes, updated:
Changed club and Pic
Short Pass Accuracy: 71 (+2)
Short Pass Speed: 72 (+4)
Long Pass Acc.: 71 (+2)
Long Pass Speed: 72 (+2)
Shot Accuracy: 66 (+1)
Shot Technique: 66 (+4)
Free Kick Accuracy: 65 (+1)
Curling: 72 (+4)
Technique: 71 (+2)
Mentality: 80 (+2)
Team Work: 80 (+2)
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby jorgecavs » 2012 May 07, 03:01

Notes: SPEED
against Lanús _arg by Torneo Clausura. 06/05/2012
he had a regular speed, was neither slow nor fast, very similar to Sanchez. His dribble speed was quite low, lower than Curbelo, could never reach its maximum speed with the ball. His response was nice, better than Curbelo and Sigali, recovered several balls without fouls, and was very complicated to dribble for Romero, showed good reaction to reject loose balls, can be a yellow value in quietly. He played this game mostly as LCB, but sometimes seemed a CWP because exchange positions. He had a regular game, but it was the most solid defense, nice location and smart in the field. In one occasion was to attack as a classic offensive fullback.
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby jorgecavs » 2012 May 12, 02:58

Notes: TECHNIQUE
against Estudiantes LP _arg by Torneo Clausura. 11/05/2012
Nice short passes with both feet, in most of the time were at ground level and uncomplicated for the receiver. I noticed an improvement in the accuracy of his left foot, but the frequency is the same as ever. Decent ball controll in this game. He had a regular game, had some complications to mark Zapata, but had not a bad game, sometimes successfully anticipations and punts. He played as LCB and played 90 minutes
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby Vickingo » 2012 May 12, 03:05

A very dirty style, he didn't get tired of making fouls and kick opponents...awful at marking and anticipations.
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby jorgecavs » 2012 May 12, 03:32

vickingo_73 wrote:A very dirty style, he didn't get tired of making fouls and kick opponents...awful at marking and anticipations.

In this game only made two or three fouls, a gross over after the game where it took him a yellow card, this was in the end game and it was a tactical fouls to prevent counterattack. And in previous games against San Martin and Lanus I do not remember that he made fouls,I think no. He is a decent player, not malicious and does very few fouls, same for Sigali and Curbelo. None of the three they can be defined as "making fouls and kick opponents", are decent in the marking. ;)
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby Vickingo » 2012 May 12, 04:39

So we watched different games, also i've watched the full game vs Lanus and he isn't having good performances...he's showing an awful coordination and response. And he has a dirty style, always with exaggerated force and trying to foul opponents, problem is that sometimes referees don't do nothing about them, but he kicks a lot of opponents. Btw, are different opinions.
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby jorgecavs » 2012 May 15, 12:56

is the most likely seen different games. I like how he plays, is the most solid defense in Godoy Cruz, more than Sigali and Curbelo, present evil Godoy Cruz is due to the poor performance of the attackers, the defense had an acceptable performance this tournament in general. But they are different opinions.
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Re: Nicolás Gabriel SÁNCHEZ

Postby jorgecavs » 2012 May 26, 12:45

Updated according to the "revolutions". Update based on the Apertura 2011/Clausura 2012/Copa Libertadores 2012. There were no major changes, only decreases in BB, STAM, SP, and small increases in short passes and curv. I always seemed the most solid CB Godoy Cruz, his playing style is similar to Sebastian Dominguez clear but less effectively. His short passes are nice as teammates in CB, Godoy Cruz is a team that is always very good ball possession trying to get as much time, but lately his goals are coming from free kick cross.
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Re: Nicolás Sánchez

Postby Paablito » 2014 May 04, 22:44

well, he's one of the most solid defenders in G. Cruz this season but should have form 5, good tw and balance in the last line, but not much resp or sta also his lpa seems really bad and his movements are really hard.

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