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  • 28 Jul 2016
    Manchester United boosted their attacking ranks mightily by signing Mkhitaryan from Borussia Dortmund. The Armenian will be a huge upgrade on Memphis Depay after his comprehensibly disappointing maiden season at Old Trafford. If you need fifa 17 pc coins, welcome to our site. Mkhitaryan's numbers took a huge jump last season from two years ago. Two seasons ago, Klopp's last season at the club who Mkhitaryan has been critical of, he scored just 3 goals and assisted 4. Last season? His numbers exploded, scoring 11 and assisting 15 in 28 Bundesliga starts. After an output like that, Mkhitaryan has to grow in FIFA from an 85 to an 86. At United Mkhitaryan will up their expected goals and chances created exponentially. He'll be important for Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Old Trafford. The midfielder moved to Dortmund from Shakhtar Donetsk after three successful years at the Ukrainian club. In his final season, he scored 25 goals in just 29 appearances, sparking the move. In Mkhitaryan's three seasons at Dortmund he scored 41 goals in 137 matches. Now, after a rumored £30million deal, he's in the Premier League. The only potential roadblock with his move is that Dortmund played high-octane, high pressing, attacking football on the front foot. Jose Mourinho, erm, hasn't particularly been known to do that. Juan Mata was a great attacking player as well, but Mourinho didn't fancy him because he didn't do enough defensive work. That shouldn't be much of a problem, though. There's too much attacking talent in the team to sit back.
    2032 Posted by Walter M Odum
  • 05 Jul 2016
    Recently I've been getting into a lot of situations where I regain possession after my opponent attacks but when I reach midfield I don't have enough players to go forward (their defense always being behind with 4-5 players against my 1-2 strikers in midfield). This leaves me pretty much unable to create any good chances. If I put more players forward they'll use their fast strikers to run past the 1-2 defenders that are still behind (leaving me vulnerable to the counter attack). How do I get enough players to go forward to create chances while maintaining my defense in case of a counter attack in 4-1-2-1-2? After I searched online for some time, I find some solutions. This is what I found: Player roles:ST: Get in behind, press back lineCAM: Stay forwardCDM: Man mark, stay back while attackingRB: stay back while attackingLB: stay back while attackingRest just on defaultCustom tactic:Build up playSpeed: 75Passing: 55Positioning: OrganisedChance CreationPassing: 60Crossing: 25Shooting: 40Positioning: Free FormDefencePressure: 48Aggression: 57Team Width: 46Defender line: Coverand then play on defensive If you think this help you a lot, welcome to our site for more information, we provide cheap fifa 17 coins too.
    1249 Posted by Walter M Odum
  • 03 Aug 2016
    One big Summer transfer has been completed today, with German hotshot Leroy Sane moving to Manchester City for a reported £37m – a massive figure. By the way, welcome to for fifa 17 comfort trade. That means fans are going to be going crazy right now with excitement on what this could mean for Leroy Sane's rating on FIFA 17. As most of you know, he was only a 75 on FIFA 16 but was featured in the TOTS Bundesliga tournament with a special 83 TOTS card. Take a look at Sane's FUT 17 rating prediction above courtesy of YouTuber ZanOMG. As you can see he has an 80 rating, with 91 pace, 75 for shooting and 80 for dribble. It looks like a fair upgrade in our opinion, but let's see what EA do now that the Sane to Man City transfer is complete. What would be your own prediction for Sane, is a +5 too much or deserved?
    745 Posted by Walter M Odum
  • 07 Jul 2016
    As a casual FIFA 16 player I often find myself questioning the stamina feature of the game and how it supposedly effects gameplay. Whilst I think stamina is an area of the game which has been improved on the whole over the last few interations, one thing that always stands out is the ability of players to pull out complex skill moves flawlessly regardless of the situation. I understand that FIFA is just a game and to many a true to life simulation may be more boring, but would it not be beneficial for realism to have skill moves linked to stamina? To pull of skills such as a McGeady Spin, Roulette or even an effective Stepover takes a burst of energy to complete in real life yet if you hop online you'll see players pulling out these explosive movements, often back to back even up until the final whistle after playing 90 minutes and having a heatmap that looks like something out of a toddler's colouring book. And buying fifa 17 coins from, which is the best fifa 17 coins products supplier My proposal would be that skill moves would require a predetermined amount of stamina, which could be affected by your players skill rating. With increasingly complicated moves requiring more stamina to complete. So instead of 5* Skills turning your player into a wizard maybe instead they could have a lower amount of stamina taken per skill move as well as being able to complete complex moves? I haven't really given this too much thought but in theory it seems like an idea to help bring the game forward and hopefully closer to an accurate representation of the game in real life. What do you all think? All opinions and criticisms are welcome.
    633 Posted by Walter M Odum
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Answers for FIFA 16 Summer Transfers

Today I will show you some players' quesions about FIFA 16 Summer Transfers, and I will give you the answers. If I make some mistake, just go to our site and tell me, I will sell you some cheap fifa coins in exchange.

Q: When is the transfer season on FIFA 16?

A: There are two transfer seasons throughout the game: winter and summer transfers. The first one happens in January / February and it implies on there being two cards of the same player. The summer transfers update is there for the transition between games. Until the FIFA 17 launch date, a player may have two cards with two different clubs but only the new one will be released in packs.

Q: What exactly happens if a player moves to another club?

A: When a player moves to another club, the cards that start coming in packs have got the new club on it. The cards that already existed remain the same.

Q: When do the new cards take place over the old ones in packs?

A: EA Sports don’t release them all at once. The usual expectation is for biggest part of the update to be made on the FIFA 17 launch date. However, they also release cards before this date, starting at July 4.

Q: Do all transferred players get a new card?

A: Supposedly that should happen, and it effectively does on the most popular leagues. But some players from less popular leagues end up "forgotten", although generally EA’s cover is quite wide and efficient.

Q: What players will have new cards for having switched between clubs?

A: Here are some examples: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Manchester United), Granit Xhaka (Arsenal), Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Manchester United), Sadio Mane (Liverpool), Michy Batshuayi (Chelsea), Matts Hummels( FC Bayern), Miralem Pjanic (Juventus), Grzegorz Krychowiak (PSG), Nico Gaitan (Atletico Madrid), Ilkay Gundogan (Manchester City), Alvaro Morata (Real Madrid).

Q: Why can’t I find a player that was transferred this Summer?

A: Probably because in the beginning of the game he played for a club that isn’t in FUT 16. Only players that were once in the game’s initial database will potentially get new cards, otherwise they won’t be there, not even if they’re moving to a FIFA 16 licensed club.