Jamie Redknapp | 1994-1996

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Jamie Redknapp | 1994-1996

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 May 07, 21:36

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Redknapp was the last player to be signed by manager Kenny Dalglish before his surprising resignation on 22 February 1991 and later became the youngest Liverpool player to appear in European competition, at 18 years 120 days when making his Liverpool debut against Auxerre in the UEFA Cup on 23 October 1991.

On the pitch, Redknapp established himself as a key midfielder during the time Roy Evans managed at Anfield. He was one of a number of young players coming through the team, such as Steve McManaman and Robbie Fowler, but was criticised together with them and others like Stan Collymore and Jason McAteer as "Spice Boys" - a derogatory term that implied that the team were epitomising the lad culture in the game.[citation needed] Redknapp, in particular, came to be the face of the team and was singled out because of his off-field lifestyle; often being described along with David James as a player more concerned with the catwalk and modelling shoots for fashion labels like Top Man and Armani than his football prowess. Many felt he was failing to achieve, considering his talents - his sole career winners' medal was from the 1995 League Cup Final.

Redknapp's game revolved around being a central midfielder with a high level of ability to create space in tight situations and accurately pass his way out of them, a player who distributed the ball around the pitch with a dazzling range of passing skills, as well as having a keen eye for set pieces and long-range shooting abilities. Redknapp scored several spectacular goals in his time at Anfield and his contributions peaked during the 1998–99 season as he created numerous chances and scored 10 goals under new boss Gérard Houllier. Redknapp became vice- and then full club captain by 1999–2000 following the departures of John Barnes, Steve McManaman and Paul Ince.

His contributions helped the club back into the top three of the FA Premiership but a knee injury curtailed his involvement in the 2000–01 season and in a bid to cure long-standing injury troubles he underwent knee surgery under renowned knee specialist Dr Richard Steadman in the United States.

Redknapp's return did not last long as he was again struck by injury. On 27 October 2001 he played and scored in a 2–0 win over Charlton Athletic at The Valley, and then 3 days later he played what would prove to be his last game for the Merseyside club against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League. He had played 308 times for the Reds and scored 41 goals, becoming a favourite amongst Liverpool fans, who included him at number 40 in the 2006 poll 100 Players Who Shook The Kop .


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Re: Jamie REDKNAPP | 1994-1996

Postby Gammergq » 2009 May 09, 20:58

His long rang passing accuracy should be in the 90's he was a good passer of the ball, I remember Gazza tipping him to be Englands next great playmaker and Hoddle emarking him for the Libero role in his England all this was put to ruins thanks to Redknapp injury promlems.

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Shot Accuracy: 82
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Re: Jamie REDKNAPP | 1994-1996

Postby Brezza » 2010 Jun 24, 19:32

-Updated Format/Cards

-Raised Short Passing and Long Pass accuracy.
-Raised Teamwork 85>87
-Lowered Dribble Speed 80 > 78

Ive rated short passing on par with Lampard, not sure id rate his long passing over Micheal Carrick let alone Xabi Alonso territory.
Shot accuracy suggestion is a bit over the top, more a scorer of great goals rather than being a consistent goalscorer to be on par with Gerrard and Lampard. Shot technique could arguably be higher.
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Re: Jamie REDKNAPP | 1994-1996

Postby FernandoA13 » 2014 Apr 21, 22:00

Sporting Clube de Portugal meu amor / Working on new sets and updating Liga Sagres

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