bhznet wrote:What do you think? post your set then we can discuss about it.
For sure! Almost equal to yours, but with some values that I noticed that we can't decrease too much. Like Dorival said, "no one forgets how to play overnight" Name: Ricardo Bueno da SilvaClub: Atlético Mineiro
Age: 22 (15/08/87)
Length: 183 cm
Weight: 73 kg
Top Speed: 79
Dribble Accuracy: 79
Dribble Speed: 79
Short Pass Accuracy: 72
Short Pass Speed: 71
Long Pass Accuracy: 72
Long Pass Speed: 73
Shot Accuracy: 76
Shot Power: 80
Shot Technique: 77
Free Kick Accuracy: 66
Goal Keeper Skill: 50
Team Work Ability: 72
Injury Tolerance: B
Weak Foot Accuracy: 4
Weak Foot Frequency: 4
(Does he REALLY deserve any??
Ricardo Bueno is that kind of player that will never adapt to play at a big team.
He showed some potential on a small team in a league where MOST of his goals were scored over low-placed teams.
The first big club of Bueno was Gremio. He doesn't played there. His performance in training was more than enough for the club wanted to get rid of him. Probably because they understood the kind of player they had on hand. Bueno went to Oeste FC to compete in the Paulistao. He was top scorer with 16 goals.
But in what circumstances he's scored these goals?
Against the big four of Sao Paulo (Santos, Palmeiras, Corinthians and Sao Paulo) Bueno did not score any goals. Of all the 16 goals, only four of them were scored against teams that finished Paulistao among the top ten (Santo André, Botafogo-SP and São Caetano).
In 3 matches, Bueno scored more than 2 goals. All against teams that have finished Paulistao below 12th place. Among them, the penultimate (Sertaozinho) and the last placed (Rio Branco). Against the 12th placed (Mogi Mirim), Bueno scored 3 goals.
The other goals were scored on Ituano (13th), Mirassol (14th), Paulista (15th), Rio Claro (17th) and Monte Azul (18th). In all these oportunities, Bueno scored 1 goal.
Of all his goals at Paulistao 2010, 3 were scored from Penalties. In 4 oportunities, Bueno scored the winning goal. He finished Paulistao with an average of 0.84 goals/match. He have played 19 games, and he was replaced in 9. He won 6 games, blanked 7 and lost 6.
This is an analysis of Ricardo Bueno. Does he really deserve the nickname of "Goalscorer"?
He relies on SPEED and waits the ball reach him to start something. He doesn't fight, may I call him Poacher?
This season the Galo's Attack seems like a wall with Ricardo Bueno: the ball goes there, and kicks back.
With the old stats, I've scored a plenty of goals with him in PES2010. With these stats, he really looks closer to the reality, a Second Division player.
EDIT: A little boost on his HEADER ability and JUMP, 'cause Galo found an way to make him score!