Mauro Camoranesi | 2003-2006 | 2011-2013

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Mauro Camoranesi | 2003-2006 | 2011-2013

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Nov 11, 22:44

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Re: Mauro CAMORANESI | 2003-2006

Postby Oriello » 2009 Nov 12, 04:21

Thanks for the stats, he still is a great player. 8-)

The technique value for the current version could due with a slight boost up - but Camorenasi can be an inconsistent bugger and sometimes his best does not shine through, has had me question his touch in the past - but he has pulled off some really undeniabley elegant touches lately.

The stats look good - the only two areas that I would have different would be an increase to Long Pass Accuracy to at least 86, equal to the current value, but an 87 would not be overrating his excellent ability to do little loft balls over defenders and entire defences, or his crosses in general - damn even his set piece deliveries are and were amazing at this time - great curling accurate crosses, many headed goals resulted from these.

Also Consistency I would have evaluated to a 5 - a very hot and cold player - on his game devestating - other times ghosts in and out of matches.

Great pic too, I remember the goal behind it, he scored late in a game (out of nowhere really - I think it was a Pancaro error) against Fiorentina to pillage a win in a match that tettered back and forth, this celebration was a homage to Batistuta - who had retired just shortly before - a salute to a hero of his and a fellow countryman, well I too would like to salute this entertaining artist *Mimicking guitar pose at home* :D , I hope Camoranesi continues to rock on for Juventus for a long while. 8-)

Thanks Again Uzair. :)
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Re: Mauro CAMORANESI | 2003-2006

Postby Phil » 2009 Nov 12, 13:43

Shouldn't SPA be a little higher ? I think it could be at least 80
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Re: Mauro Germán Camoranesi | 2003-2006

Postby Epsi » 2013 Oct 11, 17:42

updated. He was such a beast back in those days.
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Re: Mauro Germán Camoranesi | 2003-2006

Postby čale » 2013 Oct 11, 22:11

there should be a really significant gap between his short and long passing and by that i mean that his LPA might be underrated at 87, wrong comparison i know, but valencia is at oranges and camorenesi in a direct comparison between them looks like pirlo, at least. also stamina is around 89/90 and TS could possibly go lower a point or two.
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Re: Mauro Germán Camoranesi | 2003-2006

Postby vinnie » 2013 Oct 11, 22:51

nowadays Ferdinand would look like pirlo next to Valencia. he isn't in oranges lpa anymore anyways, hes at like 84 or something.
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Re: Mauro Germán Camoranesi | 2003-2006

Postby čale » 2013 Oct 12, 12:39

didn't mean the "nowadays" valencia, i know he's been crap for over a year now, i meant when he was actually in-form.
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Re: Mauro Germán Camoranesi | 2003-2006

Postby Yazid » 2016 Feb 03, 00:34

This set makes Camoranesi an absolute freak in game. He was a fantastic footballer, but I question a few of his values, not least SPA, SA, Heading and possibly even ST too.
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Re: Mauro Germán Camoranesi | 2003-2006

Postby Oriello » 2016 Feb 04, 16:17

čale wrote:there should be a really significant gap between his short and long passing and by that i mean that his LPA might be underrated at 87, wrong comparison i know, but valencia is at oranges and camorenesi in a direct comparison between them looks like pirlo, at least. also stamina is around 89/90 and TS could possibly go lower a point or two.

Yes I too think there should be a gap between his passing, but with SPA coming down - Del Piero was better and he is 87/86. Camoranesi did clever short passing on the floor, but not really penetrative stuff for SPA 87 and *Passing, his LPA (short lobs and curling crosses) was a much better and effective part of his game...SPA to 84/85.

Also agree with Stamina to 89/90, did have a really good engine, always tracked back in addition to being all over in attack.

TS to 82 would be fine, not really that pacey, more about the turns and close control - no need for 84.

Yazid wrote:This set makes Camoranesi an absolute freak in game. He was a fantastic footballer, but I question a few of his values, not least SPA, SA, Heading and possibly even ST too.
He did score some great goals, but yeah I too kinda question if he was consistently this good a shooter.

Header is fine, was an underrated part of his game, fierce headers with direction and power.


Consistency/Condition/Form is at 6? No, he was more like Pogba is now, good one week, not that good the following week and with flashes of brilliance in between. Form 4 is more appropriate.

Technique at 95 is something he could possibly have, sometimes there was no difference between him and Del Piero..indeed sometimes Mauro was better than his illustrious teammate.
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Re: Mauro Germán Camoranesi | 2003-2006

Postby Yazid » 2016 Feb 07, 23:48

Oriello wrote:
čale wrote:there should be a really significant gap between his short and long passing and by that i mean that his LPA might be underrated at 87, wrong comparison i know, but valencia is at oranges and camorenesi in a direct comparison between them looks like pirlo, at least. also stamina is around 89/90 and TS could possibly go lower a point or two.

Yes I too think there should be a gap between his passing, but with SPA coming down - Del Piero was better and he is 87/86. Camoranesi did clever short passing on the floor, but not really penetrative stuff for SPA 87 and *Passing, his LPA (short lobs and curling crosses) was a much better and effective part of his game...SPA to 84/85.

Also agree with Stamina to 89/90, did have a really good engine, always tracked back in addition to being all over in attack.

TS to 82 would be fine, not really that pacey, more about the turns and close control - no need for 84.

Yazid wrote:This set makes Camoranesi an absolute freak in game. He was a fantastic footballer, but I question a few of his values, not least SPA, SA, Heading and possibly even ST too.
He did score some great goals, but yeah I too kinda question if he was consistently this good a shooter.

Header is fine, was an underrated part of his game, fierce headers with direction and power.


Consistency/Condition/Form is at 6? No, he was more like Pogba is now, good one week, not that good the following week and with flashes of brilliance in between. Form 4 is more appropriate.

Technique at 95 is something he could possibly have, sometimes there was no difference between him and Del Piero..indeed sometimes Mauro was better than his illustrious teammate.


For me I disagree, we are giving out high numbers for the hell of it in some cases. He was a strong header, but 82 is too much, one can be a good header with 80, or even 78. Looking at the ladders, I just don't consider him an 82 at all.
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Re: Mauro Germán Camoranesi | 2003-2006

Postby Oriello » 2016 Feb 23, 16:22

Despite being 174cm he was a really good header, his main role wasn't to get on the end of crosses but to provide them, yet still when he did get onto crosses was always dangerous.

Headed goals from time in Italy, he's always been good at heading, I still think 82 is fine and not just for the "hell of it":

https://youtu.be/n6p12QkK7gA?t=183 2000

Era that stats are for
https://youtu.be/kF-eKVseRrg?t=162 2003
https://youtu.be/kF-eKVseRrg?t=189 2003
https://youtu.be/kF-eKVseRrg?t=214 2003
https://youtu.be/RcNFikR5H0E?t=155 2004
https://youtu.be/60e-adDgkps?t=140 2006

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8kV3j06So4 2007

https://youtu.be/kF-eKVseRrg?t=521 2009
https://youtu.be/sNjpad1nQ2U?t=10 2009
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Re: Mauro Camoranesi | 2003-2006 | 2011-2013

Postby Vickingo » 2017 Mar 07, 16:57

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