Top 5 PB:
172, 134, 132, 131, 95
PB Scores over 200:
PB Scores over 250:
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Key FIC Player Rankings
Peak PB Scores
Ruben Vinagre is a left wing back for Wolverhampton Wanderers. Averaing only 47 minutes per game during the 2019-2020 season, Vinagre's PB scores were low. Vinagre only played 7 full 90 minute games and this partly explains why his peak PB score is low. Secondly, Vinagre failed to score or assist in any PB eligible games all season. However, Vinagre does possess some of the underlying player characteristics which suggest he could hit higher PB scores in the future. Vinagre uses his rapid speed to drive down the wing, averaging a very high 5.46 dribbles per 90 with a 52.1% success rate. Vinagre also crosses often, averaging 4.79 crosses per 90, but his crossing accuracy is poor with only 27.9% of his crosses meeting a teammate. Defensively, Vinagre is also very competent averaging 2.43 tackles and 1.93 interceptions per 90. Overall, rotation with Jonny and a lack of goal contributions has previously held Vinagre back. Furthermore, Wolves' recent signing of Marcal from Lyon shows Nuno's lack of confidence in Vinagre and this further lack of game time could be detrimental to Vinagre's development. Nevertheless, if Vinagre can cut out the occassional mistakes that he makes and can contribute towards goals more frequently in the future, in games where he plays a full 90 minutes, he will have a strong chance of hitting high PB scores.
1 Year Price Graph
Ruben Vinagre's price started the 2019-2020 season at £0.94. Vinagre's price has fluctuated throughout the last 12 months mostly based on speculation that he would gain more game time. In November when there was a strong trend towards high PB scoring players, Vinagre's price dropped to a low of £0.67 whilst in early February his price hit a peak of £1.09. Vinagre price has recently dropped 37% due to a lack of game time and a few traders deciding to sell him. Vinagre's price has been held back by low PB scores which has mostly been due to a lack of game time, but if he does play more regularly in the future he is likely to rise in price. Furthermore, he now appears unlikely to drop further due to his young age, ability and team. Vinagre is still young and is likely to develop into a better player over the upcoming seasons and so he could be a strong longer term hold. Vinagre is also a Portugal youth international, but with such strong full-backs he appears unlikely to break into the first team.
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