Viyut wrote:Unless i'm mistaken PSD's definition of Attack is danger level, and honestly Valdivia is better at creating danger than him. imo he needs to be below Valdivia at this for sure. I'd rather see Sasha on higher TW instead since i think 73 TW might be too low for what he does.
SantanaGT wrote:On this, it may be.
Like I've said, the only yhing I didn't wanted was to rate the players based on this disaster season when they played well in other 2 before. He isn't a great player techically, but hold his own, and in this the set is very close to what it needs. Just the "intelligence" points that we discussed are more important right now, Ups and Downs.
Define skills in a word is complicated.
And Attack is very ample to be defined to danger.
What is danger? What is effectively being a dangerous player offensively?
An attacker can have great technical skills as high SA, Res, Aggression. This makes it dangerous. Attack, however, is a skill that acts subjectively in PES.
Because, when we talk about creating offensive plays, we are as people playing PES that led the movement of the virtual players. Then, a player will be dangerous if I do make good decisions. Theoretically, the offensive decisions intelligence implies a good attack. A player with high attack will know how and what to do to provide for his team scoring opportunities. If a player knows and understands how to design plays and create scoring opportunities, he is dangerous. Right?
So ending ... Define attack as how dangerous a player can be is not something wrong, but we will try to look at what this "danger" is, in fact.
Just to mention. I think the current value of Eduardo Sasha fair in 78. I do not mean that it can not be 80, but I say that 78 seems to me enough.
However, I am against something higher than 80.