Temperate wrote:I think there should be a swap between his DA and DS. He's really skillful at controlling the ball but with slow tempo. Besides, his top speed and acceleration absolutely need to be lowered.
lfc 4 eva wrote:As you are an Arsenal fan i dont think im in a position to disagree with you.
Im just curious about this: DA - Torres 84, Ade 82??
rotchild wrote:This is the EXACT same issue as I posted on the Henry thread (you may check it out, if you want). This SA stats are good for PES 2009, but are not for PES 6. He behaves like a DMF in front of the goalie with a SA stat like this, and that's just absurd. Adebayor may be an slightly above average striker, but his behaving in PES 6 with his current SA stats are just unacceptable, sorry. I've probably had 2/13 success rate alone with the keeper on PES 6 on my last 3 or 4 games now (I only play on Top Player, all players with green arrows), and all 11 misses went wide of the post. As it's impossible to do a set of stats for PES 2009 and another one for PES 6, what about the idea is to try to mingle an average between the 2 games? Like this:
79 is good for PES 2009 (tested it a lot on PES 2009, and scored lot of goals, as kendees correctly stated it).
The minimum accepted for PES 6 IMO would be 81 or 82.
Why not giving an 80, and try out the stat in both games?
I am not sure if it is, is it? I think it is intended for PES in general, without being tailored for the most recent edition, as apparently there are some slight changes with each edition (nothing drastic) this would demand a revision of all players to conform better to every newer version, if this were true, yet this has not been happening -- at least to my knowledge. Also I am unsure if many of the major stat posters/makers/editors all play the same edition of the game, and that sort of revision would even be posssible.lfc 4 eva wrote:Isn't this site for pes2009 though. I don't see why we should change iit just because of that. Just change him on your game.
Vandeach wrote:As discussed in the Benni McCarthy thread, his attack should come down to about 81/82 his positioning has been downright awful this year. His mentality should also come down, you never see him working hard and chasing players down and just stays in the box waiting, it should probably be around a 72/73 value. I also noticed he likes to slow down on the ball, although I'm not sure on values yet.
chanman wrote:Vandeach wrote:As discussed in the Benni McCarthy thread, his attack should come down to about 81/82 his positioning has been downright awful this year. His mentality should also come down, you never see him working hard and chasing players down and just stays in the box waiting, it should probably be around a 72/73 value. I also noticed he likes to slow down on the ball, although I'm not sure on values yet.
I disagree I think Adebayor's positioning is better than that, the main thing about him is his consistency. I can see him at an 83 for the ladders. Also I do agree with lowering his mentality.
quincy_huang wrote:i cannot see a big gap in termrs of attack position between adebayor and other CF/SS players in arsenal
he never been good in positioning anyway, but he is not as good as last year
in addition, he has caught about he same(or even more and simplier offsides such as a goalkick?) amount of offsides this year compare to last year
im happy with him at attack even as low as 80
and might be a little raise on aggression to recover from lowering the attack which affect the attack/defence ratio thing
also i think it will make him caught offside more often in game?
furthermore no doubt that he has become one of the laziest player in arsenal i afriad
somewhere in 70-74 would be cool
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