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Ryan Babel

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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 21, 20:52

i think he wants to leave, always complaining about not getting enough games but when he does get a chance more often than not he looks disinterested and isn't exactly busting a gut to prove to Rafa that he should be a regular.
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby Fides » 2008 Dec 21, 20:54

I think some of the younger players who left NL to play in England have some mentality issues: Babel, Agustien (Brummy) and Donk are all complaining rather then performing ATM.
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby PMC » 2008 Dec 21, 20:55

they should join Ajax :evil:
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby TheTrueSeto » 2008 Dec 22, 12:08

He's 22
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby Temperate » 2009 Jan 18, 17:01

I suggest that we should reduce Babel's top speed, acceleration, dribble accuracy and shoot power. He's just a substitute at Anfield, why in the world he has so high abilities like that.
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 18, 17:09

Temperate wrote:I suggest that we should reduce Babel's top speed, acceleration, dribble accuracy and shoot power. He's just a substitute at Anfield, why in the world he has so high abilities like that.

It desn't matter how much you sit on the bench mate, if you're fast you're fast, if you have a hard shot you have a hard shot, if you have a decent dribble you have a decent dribble; Ryan Babel has all these thing's.

Also if you look at his condition it is only a 6.

More opinions are most welcome though.
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby Nrby » 2009 Jan 18, 17:11

I would go for a 75 for SA and a lower Team work ... shot acc should be lower than Kuyt (or at least in that region) and team work is a big problem with him

and reducing his abilities just because he is a substitute is up there with the worse of the reasons to do that
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 18, 17:14

Nrby wrote:I would go for a 75 for SA and a lower Team work ... shot acc should be lower than Kuyt (or at least in that region) and team work is a big problem with him

and reducing his abilities just because he is a substitute is up there with the worse of the reasons to do that


Now that i can agree with. His shots are all power and technique and not enough accuracy for me. What do you suggest for team work? Perhaps the same stat as mentality? I wouldn't go too low as he does partake in team moves every now and again.
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 Jan 18, 17:17

He needs some kind of edit, and I think SA 75/74 (He is erratic and wild this year) and team work 72/74 are the ones. Too many screamers and assists with minimum effort. Other stats you can't change for reasons already given. His shot is brutally powerful and he's fast. He is selfish though, often shoots when a key pass is available (Just ask Robbie) and his mentality when the game is going away isn't the best. He slips from gear to gear in a very laboured manner.
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby Nrby » 2009 Jan 18, 17:17

73 74 about there ... Nani territory when it comes to team work ... both take part in team moves but they are usually at the end of the move if at all ... but if they ever get the ball don't expect to much of a team move
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 18, 17:20

So all 3 of us agreed to:

Shot Accuracy: 75
Team Work: 73

At least for now?
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby Nrby » 2009 Jan 18, 17:21

fishdalf wrote:So all 3 of us agreed to:

Shot Accuracy: 75
Team Work: 73

At least for now?

yep ... sounds decent to me
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby Temperate » 2009 Jan 18, 17:22

I hardly see any of his run over defenders on left side while he's playing for Liverpool. Somehow he's really awkward at controlling the ball. He has good power on the ball but not frequently. too high compared to Riera.
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 18, 17:23

Temperate wrote:I hardly see any of his run over defenders on left side while he's playing for Liverpool. Somehow he's really awkward at controlling the ball. He has good power on the ball but not frequently. too high compared to Riera.

You're right Babel does use his power and pace as oppose to Riera's skill and trickery, however Babel is still a very competent dribbler.

Updated both suggestions. Do i have to do everything around here. >___>
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 Jan 18, 17:24

He often loses the ball because of running into dead ends. Not really his control. He is slick.
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 18, 17:26

Alcohomicide wrote:I agree. Maybe wait for some more??

@ Temperate - He often loses the ball because of running into dead ends. Not really his control. He is slick.


In situations such as this where you have 3 or 4 agrees for something moderately obvious that has been overlooked you will very rarely get opposition anyways. Thus i updated it. :)
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby Alcohomicide » 2009 Jan 18, 17:27

There was only 1 agree when I started writing and then I had to rub my eyes @ Nugent scoring. Haha. So I edited accordingly. :)
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby Temperate » 2009 Jan 18, 17:28

Reducing top speed and acceleration is fine. I think 88 and 87 is reasonable. Dribble accuracy should be at 81
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Re: Ryan BABEL

Postby fishdalf » 2009 Jan 18, 17:29

Temperate wrote:Reducing top speed and acceleration is fine. I think 88 and 87 is reasonable. Dribble accuracy should be at 81

But he really is THAT fast.

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