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Chris Eagles, Bury FC

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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby pspi » 2009 Jan 06, 21:18

He needs an overall update. He's been playing really well in the Championship and the Carling Cup. I suggest the increase of few points in TS, Acc, Agility, DA, DS, LPA, SA.

Oh and he's 23 years old now.
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby BECKS23LA » 2009 Jan 06, 21:42

pspi wrote:He needs an overall update. He's been playing really well in the Championship and the Carling Cup. I suggest the increase of few points in TS, Acc, Agility, DA, DS, LPA, SA.

Oh and he's 23 years old now.


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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby pspi » 2009 Jan 07, 11:30

So, does anybody have any suggestions?

I hope everyone saw the carling cup semi.

Personally, I think:

TS: +3 (He outran Gareth Bale several times, who has a value of 86 TS. Increase of 3 pts would put Eagles almost on par with him)
Acc: +2 (He has got a great burst of pace... I am somewhat undecided on this value though)
Agility: ??
DA: +3 (Warrants a few points increase, his dribbling has been good enough to outwit opponents and 80 is just too harsh for a player of his quality. Did you see with what ease he dribbled past Gareth Bale and David Bentley?)
DS: +2 (Read TS ^)
SPA: +4 (70!?? That's just harsh on a midfielder. He's created around 10 assists this year. Few of them from short passes)
SPS: +3
LPA: +2 (I've watched many of his Championship matches, and he does find his man a lot. More than Nani or Evra anyway. Remember, he created that goal against Arsenal and yesterday, one against Tottenham.)
SA: +3 (He's scored an exceptionally good number of goals this year for a midfielder, I'd say this warrants an increase)

Feel free to suggest why you agree/disagree with my numbers.

My first language isn't english, so forgive me for any grammatical mistakes.
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby BECKS23LA » 2009 Jan 07, 20:02

100% Agree !
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby Softy » 2009 Jan 07, 20:36

I still don't think he's as good as our Ross.
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby Paddy » 2009 Jan 07, 20:57

I always wanted him to make it at united... its a pity he didn't...
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby pspi » 2009 Jan 10, 23:31

moar! opinions?
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby Softy » 2009 Jan 10, 23:36

I agree to the update, but I'd be wary of his consistency though.

Best mate is a Burnley fan, he loves him just for being Eagles but said he hasn't been that good this season...

STILL.

Wallace > Eagles

Irvine > Coyle

Preston > Burnley

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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby Paddy » 2009 Jan 10, 23:38

not a sense of bias in any of those statements
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby Softy » 2009 Jan 10, 23:43

Paddy wrote:not a sense of bias in any of those statements


:D

Not at all.

But yeah, I do agree with the suggestions.
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby Softy » 2009 Feb 08, 15:35

Edited with suggestions. ;)
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby deity86 » 2009 Mar 12, 23:06

He's so bad at free kicks that he hasn't got a value!? :o :D
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby Softy » 2009 Mar 12, 23:10

Woops, must've deleted them in the update.
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby burnleyman1 » 2009 Dec 17, 15:26

I think his attacking should go up at least 2 ??? Be playing great and also maybe teamwork.
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Dec 17, 15:51

In general he really impressed me the 2 or 3 games I saw him in this season.
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby Jez » 2009 Dec 18, 01:08

jmg721 wrote:In general he really impressed me the 2 or 3 games I saw him in this season.


From what i've seen he's mainly been coming off the bench and when he has he's really effected the games in which i've seen him play, although I have seen very little of Burnley :roll:
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby Irish-Man » 2009 Dec 18, 20:10

i think acceleration should be lower and dribble accuracy lower. also he cant play CMF and hes a two sided player. in fact he plays on the left more often than the right wing to be honest
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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby deity86 » 2010 Jul 14, 13:52

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Re: Chris EAGLES

Postby PIPA23 » 2011 Jul 29, 10:38

move to Bolton

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