Pro Evolution Soccer players I have loved, No.1: Emmanuel Olisadebe


24th, July 2007


e_olisadebe.jpgI always, without fail, used to sign Olisadebe for my Master League team. In his PES prime (he was very good in PES2 and PES3, as I recall), the Polish striker (via Nigeria) was terrifyingly quick, skillful, cheap to buy and deadly in front of goal. He was my own cult hero and I used to decimate opposing defences with him. Ah, happy days.
You’ll always have a place in my Hall of Fame Master League team, Manu.

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  1. Łupek says:

    He’s been fantastic in these games. In real life though… well, he’s been skillful and quick, but never made it to the top. Almost single-handedly pushed Poland to World Cup 2002, has put in a great performance against Arsenal in the CL, but there’s always been something in his way.

  2. Kipp says:

    Obafemi was always funny to use, or utaka, oh the pace in that nigeria squad….
    but no, kim kallstrom, can score from 40 yards on a gray….ledge-bag

  3. Liam says:

    You know the best way to sign players in PES is at the end of the season go to unbelonging players and there are always some really good players there for free. A good player in PES 6 is Park Chu Young. He is usually in the future potential category.

  4. Sartre says:

    Aghahowa & Kaviedes as strikers. Cheap and good at the beginning :)

  5. Nick says:

    This could be the greatest topic ever!
    In the early days, Shevchenko was always a force to be reckoned with. I liked Mihajlovic for his free kicks. Herzog will always have a place in my heart for scoring from a free kick 38 yards out. I also liked Tore Andre Flo aka ‘Flonaldo’ he scored some cracking volleys! And Babangida patrolling the flanks with his pace to burn!

  6. jamilinho says:

    Liverpools new signings Babel was always a great buy..