Fernando Couto | 1997-1998


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Fernando Couto | 1997-1998

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 12, 00:36

Club: FC Barcelona


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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Bscorpion » 2009 Feb 18, 17:33

Make him to FC Porto, thanks.
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Fevernova » 2009 Feb 18, 19:12

Don´t U think you were a little hard on him? He was an excellent Defender...
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Yowza » 2009 Feb 20, 20:13

I think he need better defence, response, agility, SPA, SPS and Consistency. ;)
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby yourigo » 2009 Feb 21, 19:57

Yowza wrote:I think he need better defence, response, agility, SPA, SPS and Consistency. ;)


yes, one of the best defenders porto ever had. defense i'd say 88 and response 86/87
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby p1rha » 2009 Feb 23, 19:29

Fevernova wrote:Don´t U think you were a little hard on him? He was an excellent Defender...


yeah, maybe i did... and i would have edited it if i could, but i can´t now.
yet i disagree with defense as high as 88, i'd say agility 74, defence 86 and response 84.
btw, who do u people regard as the best player/defender: Fernando Couto or Jorge Costa?
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Prata » 2009 Feb 23, 19:49

p1rha wrote:
Fevernova wrote:Don´t U think you were a little hard on him? He was an excellent Defender...


yeah, maybe i did... and i would have edited it if i could, but i can´t now.
yet i disagree with defense as high as 88, i'd say agility 74, defence 86 and response 84.
btw, who do u people regard as the best player/defender: Fernando Couto or Jorge Costa?


Fernando Couto, BTW I would up too his teamwork to 82 and mentality to 83
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Fevernova » 2009 Feb 23, 19:52

¿Why can´t you edit Couto´s stats? Don´t understand... :roll:

By the way, Couto is a better defender than Costa, at least from my point of view... ;)
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Brezza » 2009 Feb 23, 20:04

Updated for p1rha. ( Id change the first post to you if i could) Definitely underrated in some areas. What values do people suggest for passing?
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Prata » 2009 Feb 23, 20:09

Brezza wrote:Updated for p1rha. Definitely underrated in some areas. What values do people suggest for passing?


i´m not sure but I think his passes were good for a cb:

SPA: 76
SPS: 74
LPS: 72
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Bscorpion » 2009 Mar 05, 09:37

Fernando Couto.
And I Want Him for my FC Porto All Stars. :D
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Prata » 2009 Mar 05, 12:14

Bscorpion wrote:Fernando Couto.
And I Want Him for my FC Porto All Stars. :D
missing-new-classic-players-t3070-40.html


What about my passing suggestions? ;)
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Bscorpion » 2009 Mar 05, 12:31

TDM_21 wrote:
Bscorpion wrote:Fernando Couto.
And I Want Him for my FC Porto All Stars. :D
missing-new-classic-players-t3070-40.html


What about my passing suggestions? ;)

Yes, his passing ability could be better.
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby p1rha » 2009 Mar 05, 16:30

TDM suggested a raise in the short pass chapter...
Thought i don't agree couto was good passer even for a CB, i agree it could go up a few points, maybe:

Short Pass Accuracy: 70
Short Pass Speed: 72

BB could go down 1 point while TW should go down to green zone (no one dares to give low values for TW when rating defenders, he wasn't very bad combining with his teamates but he wasn´t very good either) And technique is at 60, i meant 70 probably, cause 60 is just too bad
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Prata » 2009 Mar 05, 18:36

p1rha wrote:TDM suggested a raise in the short pass chapter...
Thought i don't agree couto was good passer even for a CB, i agree it could go up a few points, maybe:

Short Pass Accuracy: 70
Short Pass Speed: 72

And technique is at 60, i meant 70 probably


Maybe I exaggerated a bit :mrgreen: , but his passes were very secure, I mean they never gived troubles.. Maybe SPA 73 and SPS 72. Agreed with technique.
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby p1rha » 2009 Jul 06, 21:55

Does that look ok now people?
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Bscorpion » 2009 Jul 09, 16:40

p1rha wrote:Does that look ok now people?


He could be better in Header... _por
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby p1rha » 2009 Jul 23, 23:50

Bscorpion wrote:
p1rha wrote:Does that look ok now people?


(...) _por


Is that flag suposed to be a call to my patriotic side ? How much for header? :lol:
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby Bscorpion » 2009 Jul 25, 20:08

p1rha wrote:
Bscorpion wrote:
p1rha wrote:Does that look ok now people?


(...) _por


Is that flag suposed to be a call to my patriotic side ? How much for header? :lol:


Man im portuguese too, :D , above 87, i think.
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Re: Fernando COUTO | 1997/98

Postby p1rha » 2009 Jul 25, 21:37

Bscorpion wrote:Man im portuguese too, :D , above 87, i think.

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:ugeek: , not to mention that ur a Portugal, Porto and CD Candal (?) fan

With 87 he's above anyone in our league from the present days... was he such a better header than Nuno Gomes? Don't think so.

But now i watched some other ladders and i've got another perspective. Ferdinand and Torres r 85, Vidic 92, Terry 90, Campbell 87, Chielini, Kaladze, Nesta and Panucci r 87 while Crespo and Lucio r 86 ... So basically no big help looking at these ladders, 87 will be, at least for now. I do remember he was excelent in the air, he jumped high and he headed strong, he just wasn't very tall.

CAn someone confirm his weight? Seems too high to me.

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