FM 2013 Player Profile – Sandro

FM 2013 Best Players

written by Darren Smith

fm13 player profile, sandro, image


Age: 23

Position: DMC/MC

Club: Tottenham

Nationality: Brazilian

Value: £12.5 million

Price tag: £19 million (in patch 13.3)

Sandro profile in 2012 (after starting new game, patch 13.3)

fm13 player profile, sandro, 2012 profile

Sandro scouting report from Lawlor of Man Utd

fm13 player profile, sandro, scout report

Sandro profile aged 29 in the year 2018

fm13 player profile, sandro, 2018 profile

Sandro career history until 2018

fm13 player profile, sandro, career stats

This FM 2013 Player Profile of Sandro shows one of the best anchor men FM13 has to offer. While Sandro is best used in DMC to break up play, he also posses’ good enough technical attributes to play an MC position as ball winning midfielder. This kid is an absolute monster, a sweep up machine with the strength of an ox and unrivaled mental attributes. Simply put I can’t think of many (if any) better BWM’s and that is why he gets 9.5/10 despite the £19 million asking price.

Best buy rating: 9.5/10

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  • comment avatar KW13 February 7, 2013

    Best DM on the game-should be a 10/10 in my opinion.
    Can play the dm and cm position naturally which is huge plus at it gives the manager tactical versatility. No weaknesses, great mental and physical skills.

    • comment avatar Darren Smith February 8, 2013

      Yeah his versatility is a major pro, in terms of ability he is 10/10 but difficulty to buy, price and wages made me ponder dropping it that little bit.

  • comment avatar Jungleman February 7, 2013

    A 10/10 without a question if you ask me, and £19 million is not a lot for this guy. Has been the pillar in my team for years

    • comment avatar Darren Smith February 8, 2013

      Guess it depends how you look at it, I personally buy young players to last a long time, while I agree his 19m isn’t bad for the quality, I feel that mixed with the difficulty to sign and wage demands drop his rating slightly.

  • comment avatar P. Rubio February 8, 2013

    I agree with the previous two comments, he’s honestly been one of my best midfielders in my game. He definitely deserves a 10/10. I might even be able to produce a better screenshot for you in the coming weeks.

  • comment avatar dpk04 February 8, 2013

    Great BWM. Can you post profile for Kwadwo Asamoah and Javi Martinez.

    • comment avatar Darren Smith February 8, 2013

      Might do Asamoah eventually but due to Martinez just signing he’d be too expensive and probably not interested in a move.

  • comment avatar Jake February 8, 2013

    I agree he is good but the best player in that position is Arturo Vidal. Can play CDM, CM and CAM. All round attributes of tackling passing dribbling and finishing meaning he is the ultimate all round midfielder.

    • comment avatar Darren Smith February 9, 2013

      He is a pretty special player and Vidal will get profiled.

    • comment avatar Benn February 9, 2013

      I have Vidal and Sandro in the same midfield at Tottenham. Sandro as BWM or Anchor Man depending on the opposition, Vidal as CM (support) and Adam Maher as Advanced Playmaker. Even though Maher is not fully developed yet, this midfield is tearing Premier League apart!

      • comment avatar Darren Smith February 10, 2013

        That’s a solid central midfield trio, they all have well rounded ability, winning the ball and then launching an attacking is what that area is all about they can certainly do that.

  • comment avatar Miles Smith February 11, 2013

    Has been my stand out player throughout my Tottenham save.

    In his best season 52 apps, 27 goals & 14 assists averaging a 7.99 in all competitions.

    • comment avatar Darren Smith February 11, 2013

      Bizarre how he could score so many, I’ve always thought of him as a great defensive unit but never a machine like that, what role did he play?

      • comment avatar Miles Smith February 11, 2013

        I’ve been using the Barcelona tactic on this site for the most part. At some point when I bought (actually Les Reed) bought M’Vila he would occassionally play in the further up in the centre midfield due to injuries rather than his usual defensive midfielder position, fitness etc. He’s been so effective there that it’s now his usual position, I think it’s evidence of how superb physical and especially mental stats can can make up for a lack of technical ability.

        He also does a great job defensively. He’s just been an amazing full stop player. He usually gets on the end of rebounds and crosses into the centre.

  • comment avatar :d April 4, 2013

    He is statistically (pound for pound, stat for stat) the best Defensive Midfielder in the game before regens pop in

    • comment avatar Darren Smith April 4, 2013

      I wouldn’t be surprised if that is actually a fact.

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