Óscar Cordoba | 1996-2001

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Óscar Cordoba | 1996-2001

Postby PES Stats Database » 2011 Jan 30, 23:16

Club: América de Cali | Club Atlético Boca Juniors


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Córdoba's goalkeeping style is quite different from the typical goalkeepers of his time. Inclined to wait a bit off the goal area, he is more of a field defender, he had a great ability to close spaces and amazing reflexes, but also the leap enabled him to make incredible saves. His most significant strength is his talent with passing the ball accurately and restarting the action quickly.

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Óscar Eduardo Córdoba Arce (born 3 February 1970 in Cali, Valle) is a retired Colombian football (soccer) goalkeeper who has played more than 70 games for the Colombia national team. He last played in Millonarios from Bogotá, Colombia. Is considered one of the best goalkeepers in the history of america (for many the best) and one of the best of all time

Córdoba started playing professionally with Atlético Nacional in 1988, but transferred to Deportivo Cali in 1989 and loaned to Deportes Quindío in 1990. In 1991 he moved to Millonarios, and in 1993 he played for Once Caldas, and América de Cali, with which he would win the Colombian Championship in 1997.
After the title, he moved to Argentine team Boca Juniors to what was probably his most successful time, winning the Argentine Championships Apertura 1998, Clausura 1999 and Apertura 2000, the Copa Libertadores 2000 and 2001, and the Intercontinental Cup of 2000.In 2000 and 2001 was part of the dream team of america
Ready to make the jump to Europe, Córdoba moved to Italian Perugia Calcio, but after only half season he transferred to Turkish Beşiktaş Istanbul. In Turkey he often played against another Colombian goalkeeper of the Super Lig; Faryd Mondragon of Galatasaray. After 4 seasons and after winning the 2002-03 Turkish First Football League and the 2005-2006 Turkey Cup, he transferred to Antalyaspor, club in which he announced his retirement after the 2006/07 season. In spite of the announcement, he returned to Colombia and signed for Deportivo Cali to play the following season.[1]
His contract with the Colombian side expired after Deportivo Cali were eliminated in the semi-finals of the Copa Mustang in the Apertura of 2008. In December 2008 he was nominated by the American channel Fox Sports as "Outstanding Carrer" Award given annually by such means the best athletes in the world. Oscar will be awarded with special recognition for Outstanding Carrer with Argentine striker Gabriel Omar Batistuta
After his experience at Deportivo Cali, Cordoba expressed his interest in either returning to Argentina, returning to Turkey, or retiring from football itself. He finally signed for Millonarios where he played until his retirement in December 2009.

Córdoba made his debut for the Colombia national team in a friendly against Costa Rica on March 31, 1993. He has gone on to make over 70 appearances for his country, making him the most capped goalkeeper in the history of Colombian international football.
In the qualifiers for the FIFA 1994 World Cup he started in every game and conceded only two goals making him the best goalkeeper in the playoffs and received the fewest goals. In 2001 America Cup he played a key role playing five of six games as possible, leaving the clean sheet throughout the tournament which holds the record along with a deputy in the competition Miguel Calero to be the only ones to leave the shutout in a Copa America, also he won the award for best goalkeeper in the copa america. He played in the 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup where Colombia came fourth.
On September 10, 2003 Córdoba surpassed René Higuita's record of 68 caps, to become Colombia's all time record goalkeeper. He was called up to the Colombia national football team for his final time in October 2009 as the third goalkeeper in a FIFA World Cup qualifier for the CONMEBOL.

Caps:
Colombia: 73 appearances

Clubs
_col 1988 Atlético Nacional
_col 1989–1990 Deportivo Cali
_col 1990 Deportes Quindío
_col 1991–1992 Millonarios
_col 1993 Once Caldas
_col 1993–1997 América de Cali 110 appearances
_arg 1997–2001 Boca Juniors 118 appearances
_ita 2002 Perugia 15 appearances
_tur 2002–2006 Beşiktaş J.K. 137 appearances
_tur 2006–2007 Antalyaspor 32 appearances
_col 2007–2008 Deportivo Cali 14 appearances
_col 2008–2009 Millonarios 37 appearances

Titles:
_col 1997 Campeonato Colombiano - América de Cali
_arg 1998 Torneo Apertura - Boca Juniors
_arg 1999 Torneo Clausura - Boca Juniors
_arg 2000 Torneo Apertura - Boca Juniors
_arg 2000 Copa Libertadores - Boca Juniors
_arg 2000 Copa Intercontinental - Boca Juniors
_arg 2001 Copa Libertadores - Boca Juniors
_col 2001 Copa América - Colombia
_tur 2002-2003 Süper Lig - Beşiktaş J.K.
_tur 2005–06 Turkish Cup - Beşiktaş J.K.

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Re: Óscar CÓRDOBA | 1996-2001

Postby xeneize » 2011 Jan 31, 01:46

response 90 definitely
agility 86
men: 81-82 he save matches with this jaja
KS: 86 SURE - 87 maby
condition: 7 definitely
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Re: Óscar CÓRDOBA | 1996-2001

Postby julgui » 2011 Jan 31, 01:48

I would not overestimate, but seen your opinion .. step to update;)
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Re: Óscar CÓRDOBA | 1996-2001

Postby xeneize » 2011 Jan 31, 02:27

looks better now jaja

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looks better now but with 7 in the condition it would look better jaja
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Re: Óscar CÓRDOBA | 1996-2001

Postby godoy22 » 2011 Feb 16, 03:35

Thanks for the stats.

My opinion:

I think he deserve more en Response, remember he was the best south American goalkeeper twice (2000, 2001) and the second best goalkeeper in the world in 2001. that stats don't represented a goalkeeper of his level. IMO

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IFFHS' World's Best Goalkeeper of the Year 2001: http://www.rsssf.com/miscellaneous/iffhs-gkoy01.html
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Re: Óscar CÓRDOBA | 1996-2001

Postby xeneize » 2011 Feb 16, 17:24

for me 90 is fine for him... 92 max in the best moment...
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Re: Óscar CÓRDOBA | 1996-2001

Postby juliancdlmz18 » 2012 Jul 11, 20:43

Cordoba is accurate and impressive long pass speed
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Re: Óscar CÓRDOBA | 1996-2001

Postby Riquelme10 » 2012 Nov 07, 21:00

I think he deserves more Response (92-94)
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Re: Óscar CÓRDOBA | 1996-2001

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Re: Óscar Cordoba | 1996-2001

Postby lucashag » 2017 Jan 09, 02:22

His PES 6 set has some pretty interesting values from what i've seen so far from him. Even if the set tries to represent his old self at 36, it's quite a nice set for his younger self.

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ATT 45
DEF 89
BB 82
STA 61
TS 74
ACC 77
RES 91
AGI 82
DA 69
DS 66
SPA 55
SPS 70
LPA 85[color=#FFFF00][/color]
LPS 84
SA 43
SP 84
ST 50
FKA 39
SWE 44
HEA 40
JUMP 85
TECH 68
AGG 88
MENT75
KS 85
TW 70
FORM 4
WFA 6
WFF 7

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drop kick style 4



As the set says he was a pretty athletic keeper, had a way of twisting his body in mid air that was pretty impressive and could react on the fly. He was some sort of sweeper keeper, but he didn't leave the box all that much, instead he loved to contest and look for crosses around the penalty spot,or look for the ball far from the line, he wasn't static around it. The problem was that he wasn't imposing enough with his body in the air, he could jump really high but wasn't able to overpower his opponent on a consistent basis.

His long balls were great and current set definitely underapreciates this aspect of his game, but konami values are too high on 85/84, his LPS probably warrants around yellows, he could even reach around the opposite box with some of his drop kicks, but his accuracy wasn't there all the time. Also he was pretty much both footed.

His goalkeeping style focuses a lot on his quick reflexes, if there's something to stand out is how fast he was at pressuring opponents, forcing bad shots and how great he was at pushing for double saves, he was so good at getting up from the ground and hound shooters. His extreme confidence led to blunders before hitting his prime in the late 90's/early 00's, once he could control himself and manage the defense he foud his best level. His handling is good most of the times, when he can't catch the ball he tries to "control" the bounce depending on the situation, he either clears it as far when there's opposition close to him, trying to avoid giving away second chances. He wasn't good at catching really low shots, instead he went for small bounces trying to use his leg strenght to get up with his great quickness to catch the bounce or make a double save as i mentioned before. I'll try to watch more to suggest some numbers though.
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Re: Óscar Cordoba | 1996-2001

Postby Moysís » 2017 Jan 13, 13:09

I remember him extremly agile in his early days. If you ask me I'd put AGI over JUM, although as lucashag said he knew to provide excellent jump, that where mostly from time to time, didn't had consistency.. on the contrary his movements in combination with quick reactions makes him much more pronounced in terms of mobility honestly.. RES can be higher from current something like 91/92 for sure.. both current Kameni and Mandanda are on red for example, I don't see Cordoba so far from them..
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Re: Óscar Cordoba | 1996-2001

Postby Vickingo » 2017 Jan 30, 16:02

So is there any final numbers to update this set, lucas?
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Re: Óscar Cordoba | 1996-2001

Postby lucashag » 2017 Apr 06, 23:40

This is what I'm using so far victor, sorry for the delay :oops: .

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Óscar Córdoba 1999-2001

ATT 40
DEF 91
BB 82
STA 69
TS 72
ACC 76
RES 92
AGI 85
DA 63
DS 66
SPA 64
SPS 70
LPA 76
LPS 81
SA 44
SP 86
ST 44
FKA 44
SWE 48
HEA 55
JUMP 86
TECH 65
AGG 72
MENT 83
KS 86
TW 79
FORM 6
WFA 8
WFF 8

penalty stopper
1-on-1 stopper
drop kick style 4


Went with orange def because he's just consistently good at blocking shots, cutting angles around the shooters and recovering quickly on bounces which are his main weapons besides his reflexes.
I was pleasantly surprised with his passing, mostly his dropkicks to barros schelotto on the wings were very accurate, with either foot.
I had to go with 8/8 on his weak foot stats, it's just ridiculous how both-footed he was, had no problem pasing or shooting with his left foot, sometimes he'll get some naggling injury on his right leg and just go full lefty and keep on playing like nothing 8-) .
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Re: Óscar Cordoba | 1996-2001

Postby Vickingo » 2017 Apr 07, 11:24

No problem, updated.
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Re: Óscar Cordoba | 1996-2001

Postby JeffVR98 » 2017 May 14, 06:48

I remember him in Colombia lile very insecure GK , after he came to Argentina , he gain more actittud and security in his abilitys i see more fited that this set can resemble him only in Boca days.

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