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Jamie O'Hara, Billericay Town FC

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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Jul 06, 16:15

Slight update.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby deity86 » 2009 Jul 06, 16:23

To be honest, his Curling could probably still go up a little bit more. He can generate a very good amount of curl from his set-pieces and in general, his passing and crossing.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Jul 06, 16:26

It was something I was considering, but again I was being conservative. What do you suggest an 83 maybe? 1 behind Fabregas.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby deity86 » 2009 Jul 06, 16:34

Vandeach wrote:What do you suggest an 83 maybe? 1 behind Fabregas.


Did you mean to say 85? Because Cesc has an 86 ;) I'd be happy with an 84 personally.. maybe an 85 as the limit.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Jul 06, 16:44

No I merely though Cesc had an 84 for curling :P. I guess an 84 is OK, but I am still a little weary of it being that high, I'll update if we can get another opinion on it.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby deity86 » 2009 Jul 06, 16:49

I can see why you'd be weary when you combine it with his lpa/lps, it could make him too dangerous crosser or set piece taker. I do feel this is a strong point of his but taking into account the aforementioned passing stats I honestly wouldn't mind it being an 83, though I still like an 84 ;)
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Looke » 2009 Aug 28, 20:54

He is on loan in Portsmouth until Christmas ;)
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Pompey Fan » 2009 Nov 23, 16:49

Update's a must! His shooting, passing and speed has improved a lot. :)
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Nov 23, 17:01

I wouldn't raise his passing any further, the combination of his passing, curl and team work stats already make him a dangerous passer.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Paddy » 2009 Nov 23, 18:46

Pompey Fan. What use are you other than saying that all the Portsmouth Players are underrated. Go here: attributes-analysed-and-explained/

Before you comment randomly that another player is "underrated". Come on man.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Tom » 2009 Nov 23, 18:53

There's only two things that really stand out as being wrong in this set of stats for O'Hara: his Mentality and his Response.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Nov 23, 19:30

I agree, the first thing I noticed was his mentality.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Pompey Fan » 2009 Nov 27, 18:54

His passing & crossing is really bad and don't hardly beat the first man. :(
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Nov 27, 19:51

Maybe you're using him wrong then, because when I use him, he is certainly an effective passer.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby nisoley » 2010 Jan 27, 14:20

End of loan. Should be move back to Tottenham.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby deity86 » 2010 Jan 29, 13:03

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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby Pompey Fan » 2010 Feb 13, 19:54

Really needs an update, he has been our best player in the last couple of games and after todays game he really needs an update.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby deity86 » 2010 Mar 06, 21:46

GoonerLover66 wrote:There's only two things that really stand out as being wrong in this set of stats for O'Hara: his Mentality and his Response.
Do you think his TW could be bumped by 1 or 2 also? He's been very impressive this season, a driving force in - for the most part - a lacklustre Pompey team. He's certainly got a good eye for a pass with alot of play seemingly going through him.

Also, could his ST be bumped? He's actually quite a competent shooter and can generate a nice clean connection with the ball for the most part.
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby WHUfan » 2010 Mar 06, 22:47

I think Mentality could be an 86/87 and Response could be 80. Thoughts?
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Re: Jamie O'HARA

Postby MarcusAurelio » 2010 Jun 05, 16:59

Tom wrote:There's only two things that really stand out as being wrong in this set of stats for O'Hara: his Mentality and his Response.


And shalt we do anything about that, perhaps? ;)
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