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Mark González, Deportes Magallanes

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 19:32


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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby Markulur » 2009 Feb 15, 14:52

Updated a bit. :mrgreen:
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby KeyserSoze » 2009 Jun 22, 14:32

His Long pass acc. is way too high comparing to him IRL. It would even be generous is it was between 75
and 80. In fact, Beausejour crosses the ball better than Mark. I think 73-74 would be OK for González.
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby coolactive » 2009 Aug 11, 18:43

Isnt he transferred to CSKA Moscow ?

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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby danifer91_15 » 2009 Aug 11, 19:02

GRAZE MILLE ENZO
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby Markulur » 2009 Aug 12, 11:14

I made a full update. He needed it and the best moment is now before he starts there. :mrgreen:
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby PMC » 2009 Aug 12, 12:50

CSKA has a very pacy winger due now with Krasic and Gonzales... that's a very exciting attack there now
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby coolactive » 2009 Aug 12, 13:24

PMC wrote:CSKA has a very pacy winger due now with Krasic and Gonzales... that's a very exciting attack there now


This may be his career move. I believe he will adapt very quickly to Zico's idea of play with fast wingers :D _chi + _srb
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby Markulur » 2009 Aug 12, 15:36

Injuries, consistency and lazy... all is not good about this player. ;)
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby Helios » 2009 Oct 28, 00:31

CSKA has a very pacy winger due now with Krasic and Gonzales... that's a very exciting attack there now


The team was dramatically affected by the loss of Zhirkov and Wagner Love. Things don't bode well for them both in RPL and Champions League. Zico didn't lasted very long and Juande Ramos was fired recently (stayed there less than two months) :roll:
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby Akron » 2009 Dec 19, 02:09

Now after i saw a lot of stats of all teams and countries i can say, this is not the REAL Mark Gonzalez. I think is one more of the quick SMF with default 80+ LPA...


Now we are going to reality.


Official CSKA's webpage says he is 1,76 mts and 74 kg.

Stamina: 81 (I know you don't agree with this, but you should know that a very very fast player runs a lot during the match so his Stamina dessapears faster than the other players does)
Dribble Accuracy: 80 (I think is a good value and a lil' overrated, but is according with your idea)
Short Pass Accuracy: 76 (Not that good people)
Long Pass Accuracy: 77 (I really didn't see him very good crosses but 77 still seems a great value)
Technique: 80 (He doesn't have a great abillity with the ball but 80 seems a good value for him)

Weak Foot Accuracy: 4 (Are you crazy?? his "bad" feet is really bad XD)
Weak Foot Accuracy: 5 (He tries)
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby Tom » 2009 Dec 19, 13:38

Akron wrote:Stamina: 81 (I know you don't agree with this, but you should know that a very very fast player runs a lot during the match so his Stamina dessapears faster than the other players does)


Whilst I agree with your suggestion of an increased Stamina value, your reasoning for it makes no sense. A fast player doesn't do lose stamina more quickly than any other player. A fast player is fast and that's it. They don't use more stamina to be that fast, they're just naturally fast. Unless of course you were trying to say that fast players tend to be played in wider positions in which they are instructed to cover a lot of ground in trying to make more chances, track back and defend and generally attack the oppositions area with geat gusto than slow players. But I do doubt that's what you were trying to convey.
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby deity86 » 2009 Dec 19, 13:51

I can see where he's coming from Tom in the sense that fast players tend to make more frequent runs to try and exploit the opposition with said pace, I guess it's just the wording that looks weird. In terms of rea life, obviously the more frequently you use bursts of pace the quicker you'll start to fatigue rather than someone who's alot more conservative who sprints far less.
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby Akron » 2009 Dec 19, 23:49

deity86 wrote:I can see where he's coming from Tom in the sense that fast players tend to make more frequent runs to try and exploit the opposition with said pace, I guess it's just the wording that looks weird. In terms of rea life, obviously the more frequently you use bursts of pace the quicker you'll start to fatigue rather than someone who's alot more conservative who sprints far less.

That's it. Sorry for my english, sometimes a can't express myself correctly. But you can't explain it better, so thanks.

Obviously a quick player wants to explote his better side and Mark Gonzalez ones is this. If you see he is always getting long passes which ones makes decreasing his stamina faster than other team mates.
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby Helios » 2009 Dec 20, 16:39

Is everyone ok with raising his stamina ?
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby s-cobar » 2009 Dec 21, 07:59

definitely
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby Akron » 2009 Dec 23, 04:13

I don't know who made his all stats. Lets discuss that please. I follow this player in all his carrer.

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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby Oswaldo » 2009 Dec 23, 14:28

Guys..is he doing well in the Russian league?
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby coolactive » 2009 Dec 23, 15:51

This season he was regular in his national team [ 13 games ] but he played only 1 full game in Russia, other 5 partially. He scored 2 goals, both to Kuban Krasnodar in 4:0 CSKA win and, this was his best performance in RPL this season.
Imo, not enough to judge him properly but I guess, if he stays in Moscow, he will improve his play.
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Re: Mark GONZÁLEZ

Postby Oswaldo » 2009 Dec 24, 14:23

[quote="coolactive"]This season he was regular in his national team [ 13 games ] but he played only 1 full game in Russia, other 5 partially. He scored 2 goals, both to Kuban Krasnodar in 4:0 CSKA win and, this was his best performance in RPL this season.
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