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Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 17, 08:29

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Full Name: Quincy James Owusu-Abeyie

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Postby jmg721 » 2009 Feb 01, 10:46

returned from loan back to spartak moskow for now ;)

edit: now appearently off to Cardiff City 8-)
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Re: Quincy OWUSU-ABEYIE

Postby zebastian » 2009 Jul 02, 17:00

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Postby popoia » 2009 Oct 24, 17:18

63 for teamwork? Surely, that must be an error.
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Postby Helios » 2009 Oct 24, 23:21

popoia wrote:63 for teamwork? Surely, that must be an error.

Shot Accuracy: 72
Shot Power: 78
Shot Technique: 75


Those shooting values should be raised to a more reasonable level as well.
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Postby deity86 » 2010 Jan 29, 13:06

On loan to Portsmouth subject to international clearance.. http://www.portsmouthfc.co.uk/LatestNew ... n-555.aspx
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Postby Jez » 2010 Jan 29, 16:06

Woah! 86 in DA and 85 in tech :shock:
Not that I've seen him since his flops at Arsenal and Birmingham but they are seriously good values! Quite interested to see him live up to them now :)

p.s he'll wear 34
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Postby Vandeach » 2010 Jan 29, 16:09

jez wrote:Woah! 86 in DA and 85 in tech :shock:
Not that I've seen him since his flops at Arsenal and Birmingham but they are seriously good values! Quite interested to see him live up to them now :)

p.s he'll wear 34


These stats look odd in quite a few ares, jez. I'm begining to question their accuracy.
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Postby Alcohomicide » 2010 Jan 31, 13:44



I don't watch the RPL so that's the best I can dig up on him. Still looks exactly the same player to be honest, although be warned - that vid's 2 years old. Haha.

Passing looks nicely weighted..
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Postby Fides » 2010 Feb 02, 10:18

Wonder how he does in the EPL now. If he matures a bit he has huge potential.
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Postby Alcohomicide » 2010 Feb 02, 19:14

My fear is he'll be amazing in this loan spell, get a big move and choke. But you're right, he has amazing potential still. It's win win for him, this move. He hasn't really got a great deal to lose.
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Postby Pompey Fan » 2010 Feb 03, 01:44

People think he is a flop and a shocking player and have taken the mickey out of me, because of the signing.
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Postby deity86 » 2010 Feb 13, 14:35

Certainly needs S19 - Quick Scissor Dribble ;)

As individualistic a player as he is, his TW could probably sit on a late 60/low (very low :lol:) 70 sort of value. Nice goal today btw, looked dangerous when he came on albeit against a League One side (no offense intended to Southampton who were in with a chance for most of the game).
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Postby Jez » 2010 Feb 13, 16:10

Aye, definitly. It was the kind of goal that if Ronaldinho had scored, people would be like "ZOMG RAISE SHOT ACCURACY PLEZ"
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Postby deity86 » 2010 Mar 06, 21:25

Thoughts on..
P05 - Trickster
P06 - Speed Merchant
P07 - Mazing Run
P12 - Incisive Run
P17 - Free Roaming?
S14 - Quick Turn
S18 - Cross Over Turn
S19 - Quick Scissor Dribble
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It's scary to think his Attack, SPass, LPass, shooting and TW can be tweaked, it makes him an absolute monster :lol:
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Postby Vandeach » 2010 Mar 07, 21:57

Standardised a bit and added cards. Haven't added Free Roaming yet though as I was unsure about it.
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Re: QUINCY Owusu-Abeyie

Postby deity86 » 2010 Mar 07, 22:28

Vandeach wrote:Standardised a bit and added cards. Haven't added Free Roaming yet though as I was unsure about it.
Yes you did :D I'm guessing you accidentally took Trickster out and left that in? I wasn't overly sure with it either since he already has a considerably high (for a SM/WF) Aggression value. In essence he is a "free roaming" type player but now that I think about it, it's more when he's on the ball that he behaves like that which will be replicated by his dribbling stars/cards. Again, thinking about it more he tends to take up those wider positions when off the ball and hold some width rather than busting a gut to getting forward.

Do you think his Attack come use a bump? Whilst most of his danger comes from his dribbling prowess and ridiculous pace, he does have good ability to evade his marker and take up some good positions with some attacking nous. Is he any less effective than the likes of Downing, A. Young, Nani and Lennon who sit on a 76?

Other than that he looks good now, though I'd probably tweak his shooting a tad ;)
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Postby Alcohomicide » 2010 Mar 09, 17:56

I think he should have *passing.. I know his actual accuracy isn't great (though it's not bad at all, very useful when he's on a good day) It's a tendency thing mainly. He really will make decent, dangerous and incisive passes in situations where he could do a Babel and go selfishly to beat the last defender or shoot. His vision is good. He picks people out. He's just.. weird, though. It's not like he has an amazing understanding with team mates but his passes are often incisive, between players and with perfect pace and even curl along the deck. It's obvious he doesn't always do this, but his passing stats are hardly mint and I do think it's worth at least testing. Otherwise with such low TW and passing he might not play properly and just run run run.
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Re: QUINCY Owusu-Abeyie

Postby deity86 » 2010 Apr 01, 10:11

The nomad is off again :lol: Moved.
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