mr.Boss wrote:Major general Woof wrote:He's been a great and cosistent passer for long time, but recently he's especially comfortable at opening play with long grounded passes through the middle.
But still his biggest specialty is long passing. He's got great range, better than current value for LPS makes him. I'd go for 86-87 in LPS and 84 LPA, plus a big raise in swerve, at least to green zone.
Totally agree , i have said since 2013 that he is a very good long passer and for sure needs an update
How can a defense work so well if the comunication work as bad as some say here? Also his DEF, RES and MENT are to low.
comparison to other Buli CB´s TW 83 fits quiet good.
Just to remember Boateng and some others at Bayern won the WC and stay since years as minimum in the half final of the CL. They dominate the world just like Madrid, Barca and Spain.
Well, in azielok's simulation of BL season,
a defense can work great if you maintain a massive possession throughout the entire season so it is tested far less than other teams... also, having the worlds best keeper behind the net when it finally is contributes massively to the amount of goals conceded
Therein lies a big problem. Say I start to revive the irish league, and use Paddy Somethingorother as the benchmark for CB TW and assign him 85, then every player I compare him to will have inflated values in comparison with the rest of the database, regardless if it works comparison wise between the rest of the leagues CB's.
Just compare that value to some of the current top CB's in the world. t.silva 76, ramos 72, varane 77, pique 80, godin 80... there are a lot of others however with incorrect higher values, but I'd deem all these pretty accurate, maybe a few points higher for godin/varane. I'd say Boateng isn't any better than any of these, and far below some of them. That 83 TW, makes him basically one of the best in this regard among all the top cb's in the world.
Although you aren't directly saying it, it's implying because he been in sucessful teams, that he automatically warrants higher stats. By the same merit I could just pick any team thats dominated recently... lets say spain, and likewise imply that because they were massively successful, then their sb's and cf's need to have all round stats to match the success. But those areas were never as consistently solid throughout that era as their godly mid that allowed them to absolutely dominate teams.
KeyserSoze wrote:He needs Offensive Sideback and lower TW for sure. Maybe even his Aw could set at 3/3, but if done, TW needs to be heavily downgraded as well.
His supportive movements off the ball use to be rather erratic. This is quite more evident when he has to get back with the rest of the D-Line. If he didn't have his TS (and RES, to a lesser extent) he would be an even more wasteful defender. Rating his TW at mid 60s would not be that crazy... And I would also consider that statement for David Luiz.
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