Daniel Passarella | 1976-1981


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Daniel Passarella | 1976-1981

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 10, 22:31

Club: Club Atlético River Plate



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Daniel Passarella was one of the most commanding sweepers/defenders in football history. He was the perfect leader for any team, and became captain for both club and country at an early age. Despite being only 174 cm, he was exceptional in the air and scored an impressive amount of goals by headers from corners or free-kicks.

Passarella was an unusual player. His scoring record is quite unique for a defender. In 298 matches in the Argentine league, he scored 99 goals. And when he moved to Italy to play for Fiorentina and later Inter Milan, his goalscoring continued, and he still holds the record in Serie A for goals scored by a defender. Even on international level he scored lots of goals. He won 70 caps for Argentina and scored 22 goals.

He won lots of honours in the game. Several league championships with River Plate in Argentina, which was the club he served most of his career. But the highlight was of course to win the World Cup in 1978 on homesoil. He was 25 years old and captained Argentina to victory. A proud moment for "El Gran Capitan" (The great captain).


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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1978/1979

Postby p1rha » 2009 Sep 12, 15:52

Why is his response so high? I think he was more of a ruthless tackler with no simpaty for the enemy :twisted:
And his technical abilities must have been better, i've read he could start attacks from the backline with dribbles and combinations with his partners. In my OF i have him with the reaction star, if i'm loosing he shows upfront sometimes and he's quite effective. I think he was one of those complete defenders that r more gifted than most upfield players.
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1978/1979

Postby ryan1422 » 2009 Dec 07, 11:25

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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1978-1979

Postby p1rha » 2009 Dec 07, 15:55

Now this is the first player i thought of when i saw the "extra attacker" card. This guy would serve both as a striker and a playmaker, he needs that card. ;)
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1978/1979

Postby andykeikei » 2010 Feb 02, 18:21

p1rha wrote:Why is his response so high? I think he was more of a ruthless tackler with no simpaty for the enemy :twisted:
And his technical abilities must have been better, i've read he could start attacks from the backline with dribbles and combinations with his partners. In my OF i have him with the reaction star, if i'm loosing he shows upfront sometimes and he's quite effective. I think he was one of those complete defenders that r more gifted than most upfield players.


I just watched 1982 World Cup match between Brazil and Argentina. I would say his stats are pretty well rated.

Defensively, Passarella looked calm at times at the back as he chested down a loose ball to his teammates. He was a tough defender, had strong balance despite his height and rarely saw him lose a 1-on-1.

As the leader of the team, of course he could read the game well, however I do think 96 for response is too much, don't know if its because hes a bit past his prime though. Sometimes he would lose a 50/50 ball, and that's when he usually committed a reckless foul. By today's rule he could be sent off in the first half since he was the last man of the backline and brought Serginho down after he lost the challenge on a 50/50 ball (Not to mention the super-late tackle on Zico in the second half...no card was given and Zico had to be sub immediately...). Also what surprise me is he didn't seem to recover well. When a through ball from Zico or Falcao split the defense, usually he just stood and watched, waiting for the ref to blow the whistle or his teammates to cover their own. May be its the age though...

In the first half he didn't go up that much and it is understandable against Santana's Brazil. In the second half, Argentina was trailing 0-1 and he went up a lot more (almost every opportunities he got). The way he did it was really different than Beckenbauer though. He rarely dribbled it out from the back, usually its just a simple pass to the midfield (Ardilles, Maradona), then he would just go straight to the far post waiting for cross or just outside the box to take a long shot. He would take the long FK and tried to loft over the defense. However, surprisingly, neither him nor Maradona took the short FK (Kempes did). And as you know, Passarella was a great leaper and would go up for every dead balls. Just in this game he had won at least 3 headers from corner and 2 of them being very close. Overall though, Passarella did little in creating plays compared to the Kaiser, thus I think his passing and dribbling stats are well rated.

PS. I don't know what the problem is, but Argentina as a team just didn't play with a sense of urgency even when they were trailing. They just didn't play like a reigning champion. Although I have to say Passarella got the most fight in them as he kept popping up in Brazil's box when they were down 2 to 3 goals.

Also should he has *CWP instead of *CB since he was a libero?
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby Brezza » 2010 Feb 02, 19:42

Nice post Andy. Response does look a bit too high admittedly, his response was world class but he relied more on his aggressive marking style than pure elegant reading of the game like Moore or Scirea to be at a Godlike value . What value do you suggest? Also changed registered position
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby andykeikei » 2010 Feb 02, 20:08

I am no expert on PES's rating :lol: , but checking the ladder Gentile has 87 and McGrath has 90 for response, I guess low 90s would be suitable for Passarella. However that was only what I observed in 1982, which may not reflect how well he played during his peak.
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby Brezza » 2010 Feb 02, 21:17

Lowered to 92 ;) also raised speed slightly.
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby zguc » 2010 Jun 22, 20:36

His MEN must be in red.
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2010 Aug 10, 20:37

His DEF is overrated he make a some mistakes, he we used to go up to attack leave a hole in the Defense...And even he was a CWP, he never was one point below Figueroa.
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby zguc » 2010 Aug 10, 22:10

agree
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby Brezza » 2010 Aug 28, 20:10

Raised Mentality 94 > 95 Same as Puyol
Lowered Defence 96> 94 on par with fellow sweepers Scirea and Beckenbauer.
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2010 Aug 29, 00:29

I think he is still a little bit overrated, remember that he love to kick and punch players so I don't know if a player who defend by violence deserves a high defense, he is not at the level of Beckembauer in my eyes.
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2010 Sep 28, 19:33

So..DEF in 92? As we agree in Chumpitaz thread. ;)
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby Brezza » 2010 Sep 28, 19:47

Done ;)

Also raised shot technique, level with Chumpitaz
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby jeanclaude » 2010 Sep 29, 08:28

92 is too low guys... 94 on par of Scirea was good,maybe i can say 93...
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1978/1979

Postby Jorchking » 2012 Mar 07, 09:40

ryan1422 wrote:this is the new president of CLUB ATLETICO RIVER PLATE

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Si, ahora estan en la B Nacional, gracias a el gordo Aguilar y Passarella.
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Re: Daniel PASSARELLA | 1976-1981

Postby juan92 » 2012 Sep 20, 19:27

as the set is a bit old i'm gonna post the konami's set, just in case that somebody want it

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Positions: ★ CWP, CB
Age: 25

Height: 174 cm
Weight: 71 kg

Injury Tolerance: A
Foot: L
Side: B

Attack: 72
Defence: 95
Balance: 80
Stamina: 85
Top Speed: 75
Acceleration: 72
Response: 85
Agility: 77
Dribble Accuracy: 78
Dribble Speed: 74
Short Pass Accuracy: 82
Short Pass Speed: 75
Long Pass Accuracy: 83
Long Pass Speed: 76
Shot Accuracy: 75
Shot Power: 85
Shot Technique: 77
Free Kick Accuracy: 88
Curling: 85
Header: 92
Jump: 95
Technique: 82
Aggression: 80
Mentality: 90
Keeper Skills: 50
Teamwork: 90

Condition/Fitness: 8
Weak Foot Accuracy: 7
Weak Foot Frequency: 5

SPECIAL ABILITIES:
★ Middle shooting
★ PK taker
★ Marking
★ Covering
★ DF leader
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Re: Daniel Passarella | 1976-1981

Postby Yazid » 2014 Feb 03, 10:29

Maybe Passarella deserves a red value on defence, 93 seems a bit conservative imo. I wouldn't say he was as good as Scirea in defence, but he was phenomenal at reading the game.
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Re: Daniel Passarella | 1976-1981

Postby Raúl-7 » 2014 Jun 05, 17:11

Yazid wrote:Maybe Passarella deserves a red value on defence, 93 seems a bit conservative imo. I wouldn't say he was as good as Scirea in defence, but he was phenomenal at reading the game.


Agree! But doing so requires also that we raise Beckenbauer's defence to 95. When Passarella and Beckenbauer got the values which they have now, Scirea still had his old set with 94 def. So now, after having updated his set it would make sense to give Passarella and Beckenbauer higher defensive ratings, as well, as both of them relied rather to their intelligence to manage difficult situations than to reflexes, aggressivity, etc.

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