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Nawaf AL-TEMYAT 1998-2000
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Author:  StuartBannigan [ Sat Feb 25, 2023 5:31 am ]
Post subject:  Nawaf AL-TEMYAT 1998-2000

Name: Nawaf Bandar Al-Temyat Al-Toumi Al-Shammari


Country: :SUA: Saudi Arabia
Club: Al-Hilal
Position: *AMF, CMF, SMF
Side: RF/BS
Age: 22-24 years (28/6/1976)

Height: 176 cm
Weight: 72 kg

Attack: 76
Defence: 46
Balance: 79
Stamina: 79
Top Speed: 77
Acceleration: 75
Response: 73
Agility: 76
Dribble Accuracy: 83
Dribble Speed: 75
Short Pass Accuracy: 84
Short Pass Speed: 80
Long Pass Accuracy: 84
Long Pass Speed: 81
Shot Accuracy: 75
Shot Power: 83
Shot Technique: 77
Free Kick Accuracy: 72
Curling: 77
Header: 70
Jump: 69
Technique: 86
Aggression: 75
Mentality: 68
Goalkeeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 79

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 5
Weak Foot Accuracy: 7
Weak Foot Frequency: 7
Consistency: 5
Growth type: Early Peak

P01 - Classic N°10
S02 - Passer
S05 - 1-Touch Play
S06 - Outside Curve

SPECIAL ABILITIES: Tactical Dribble - Passing - 1-Touch Pass - Outside

Attack/Defence Awareness Card: Attack Minded


Nawaf Al-Temyat is a former Saudi midfielder, voted Asian Player of the Year in 2000. Al-Temyat was an exceptionally talented player who was to become the successor of Al-Thunayan for both club and country, and he was starting to live up to that title before his career was severely disrupted by a series of cruel injuries from 2001 to 2004. He was mainly a number 10 although he could effectively play on both sides and also in a deeper role in midfield. He was like the Saudi version of Zidane, a very elegant player that could use his balance and beautiful technique to keep the ball and smartly release it while also having the ability to play some killer passes. Although he wasn't very quick or much of a fighter, he was very composed and often relied upon to create dangerous opportunities. He was good with both feet, and wasn't afraid to shoot from outside the box although the shots weren't always accurate. He was actually a very similar player to Fahad Al-Bishi, although significantly stronger and more focused on creative tasks, while he wasn't as hard working or very gifted defensively. Without the injuries, he could have been one of the greatest Saudi players, and even in the middle of his most injury-prone period, he was Saudi Arabia's best player at their disastrous 2002 World Cup. At his best in his early 20s, he was a dominant player in Asian football, especially in 2000 where he won the Asian Champions League with Al-Hilal and finished as runner up in the Asian Cup with his country, being arguably the best player for both teams. In particular, he's remembered for his performance in the quarter final of the latter tournament, where he opened the scoring, created a beautiful assist and then scored the golden goal with a fantastic left footed strike in a 3-2 win over Kuwait.

Author:  StuartBannigan [ Sun Nov 19, 2023 5:36 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Nawaf AL-TEMYAT 1998-2000

Decreased his BAL a few points. Maybe AGI could go up to compensate. He had great technique but he was fouled a lot, so rarely had the chance to dribble past people, although he could resist some challenges.

Author:  gurkenjoe93 [ Wed Nov 22, 2023 2:38 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Nawaf AL-TEMYAT 1998-2000

StuartBannigan wrote:
Decreased his BAL a few points. Maybe AGI could go up to compensate. He had great technique but he was fouled a lot, so rarely had the chance to dribble past people, although he could resist some challenges.

He was fouled a lot aka he was simply butchered down:

The part from 1:25 to 1:39 sums up his career perfectly: A magician with the ball who was unlucky to play against many brutes in his career.
I'd actually raise both DA and AGI here, maybe even ACC to represent those bursts of speed after the quick turns. BB on the other hand still looks high but I'll leave those changes to you. Btw, since current pic is from 2002 WC, here's one that fits to the era:
Spoiler: show

Author:  StuartBannigan [ Thu Nov 23, 2023 4:15 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Nawaf AL-TEMYAT 1998-2000

I'm not sure what to do with BB, sometimes he could protect the ball well, but against the international opponents at the World Cup his physicality is what held him back (not just strength, but speed too, he could be "bullied" out of the game and found it difficult to escape from his markers). I think it could go down to 76, considering Amin is on 78. I also think I was too harsh with AGI and ACC, he wasn't worse on both of those than Al-Muwallid.

It's a shame what happened to him with injuries. Unfortunately the Saudi league is the same as a lot of leagues in Asia/Africa/The Americas, with plenty of talented individual players, and plenty of "defenders" whose only job is kicking those talented players off the pitch.

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