DeFrenZ: ATK 62, LPA 75, LPS 77, FKA 66
jmg721 wrote:I'm not sure what to think of it, but I think we have heard from every Juve fan on this site, and all seem to agree that he deserves the *D-Line Control.
I would like to get the opinions of non-Juve supporters too
I watch them a lot(as most games we get are of the big 4), and he's always seemed solid. It's hard to rate the quality, if you really aren't looking that hard at him specifically. So I am tending to trust you Juve fans with the *D-line. Here is an easy question for you regarding his Def value...is he better than Mellberg at defensive positioning? I never really thought of him as better than Gamberini or Mexes in this aspect.DeFrenZ: ATK 62, LPA 75, LPS 77, FKA 66
These are interesting suggestions....what is your thoughts behind them? The passing looks elite for a CB, and I have never noticed his passing.
nico90 wrote:He definitely deserves D-Line control
jmg721 wrote:nico90 wrote:He definitely deserves D-Line control
There were enough agrees....added it. Are you a Juve fan Nico?
GoonerLover66 wrote:Sure, 84 was originally harsh and he has improved in his positional ability, but honestly with your proposed value, it doesn't make that much sense on the ladder. An 86? That's equal to Chiellini, Pepe and Gallas and he's not in that league, these players have honed their positional ability so that they can just pinch the ball from the feet of on-coming players. They are accurate tacklers and position themselves well, and whilst I'm not saying that Legrottaglie can't do that, he's not equal to them.
The 85 value, as it currently stands, seems more than fair to me. That puts him equal to Mellberg and numerous others (You can check the Defence ladder yourself), and it's not as if his other abilities will let him down! Just look at the values he has for Response, Balance, Header, Jump and Team Work; he's actually more well-rounded than Carlos Marchena!
Vandeach wrote:I feel aggression should be lowered in the Juventus games I've seen Chiellini is too eager to go forward and Legrottaglie is more reluctant to go forward and is more accomplished in his positioning ability.
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