FIFA 17: 5 Players need Better Ratings

FIFA player stats are always the subject of much debate and FIFA 17 will be no different. Part of the beauty of football, of course, lies in its unpredictability – not just when it comes to results and performances, but also when it comes to players. In the case of the Premier League, this has been the most unpredictable season ever, and we’ve seen stars emerge from places we never expected. And now you can buy fifa 17 coins at with a low price and instant delivery.

Gianluigi Donnarumma

On October 25, 2015, Donnarumma became the youngest goalkeeper ever to play in Serie A, helping AC Milan to a 2–1 win over Sassuolo at just 16 years old. Since then, he’s established himself as Milan’s first-choice keeper, drawing praise from his team-mates, coaches and even legendary Italian goalkeeper Dino Zoff for his consistent performances.

Like many young ‘keepers, he’s an excellent shot-stopper, but Donnarumma is a commanding presence around his box, standing 1.90m tall and organising his defence with composure far beyond his years.

Eric Dier

Dier has impressed since his move to Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur, and surely after this season he’s worthy of a higher rating than 74 overall. Not only has he been a solid presence in a Spurs side that has impressed, with the team in contention for a first league title in more than 50 years, he’s also shown that he’s an extremely versatile footballer, featuring in central midfield as well as all across the back four. He’s even forced his way into the England squad, scoring the winner against Germany just weeks ago.

Along with the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Mousa Dembele, Dier is one of many Spurs players who deserve a stats upgrade next season.

Héctor Bellerín

Bellerín has been a bit of a revelation this season for Arsenal in the Premier League – although we knew he was lightning-fast and he clearly had potential, few expected him to settle into the first team so quickly. Indeed, the fact that Arsenal kept hold of experienced French international Mathieu Debuchy speaks volumes as to what they had expected of Bellerín. Even his pace is underrated in FIFA 16, and his passing and physical stats are lower than they ought to be as well. Expect Bellerín to be one of the leading young full-back talents in next year’s game.

Joshua Kimmich

Kimmich was a personal request on behalf of Pep Guardiola at Bayern Munich, apparently, and the young midfielder has started to show his class for the Bundesliga champions. Guardiola has a talent for spotting midfield talent after all, and Kimmich’s calmness on the ball and pinpoint distribution is reminiscent of Barca legend Xavi Hernandez. First-XI opportunities are not easy to come by at Bayern, but Kimmich has looked the part when he’s been on the pitch – showing quality far beyond his 70 overall rating, with his passing especially due an increase.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek

There’s been a silver lining to Chelsea’s disappointing season in the Premier League, and it comes in the shape of Ruben Loftus-Cheek. With the club’s star players failing to deliver week after week, former manager Jose Mourinho and present (temporary) manager Guus Hiddink turned to academy prospect Loftus-Cheek for some inspiration, and he’s delivered some powerful performances in midfield for The Blues, even scoring a couple of goals in the process.

He’s an imposing presence in the middle of the pitch; big and strong but with deceptively good touch. Only a few stars have shined more brightly in the Premier League this season, and his 63 overall rating is due a considerable boost.

Why Does EA Sports Drop Messi from FIFA 17 Cover?

July 11 – Being a convicted tax fraud with a custodial sentence hanging over your head is bad for business, just ask Lionel Messi and his father Jorge. The FIFA, Argentina, and Barcelona golden boy – winner of five Ballon d’Or world player of the year awards – has been dropped from the cover of the upcoming FIFA 17 video game packaging. By the way, if you need cheap fifa 17 coins, welcome to our site.

Messi was convicted of tax evasion along with his father after having been found to have used companies in Uruguay, Switzerland and Belize to avoid paying taxes on income earned from image rights from 2007-09. The ruling found Messi and his father guilty of defrauding tax authorities of €4.1 million. The court also fined Messi €2 million and his father €1.5 million.

Lionel Messi was given a 21 month custodial sentence, though he is unlikely to serve any jail time as he is a first offender. He has said he will appeal to Spain’s Supreme Court.

This is the first time Messia has not appeared on the cover of the bestselling game by EA Sports since 2012. The highly paid image rights slot will now go to one of Anthony Martial (Manchester United), Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund), Eden Hazard (Chelsea) or James Rodriguez (Real Madrid).

Fans currently have the opportunity to vote for the “one global FIFA 17 cover star” until July 19 with the release of the new game expected at the end of September.

Messi is my favorite players. If you think I say something wrong, just tell me.

FIFA 17: Three Powerfull U21 Players

The football world is blooming with extraordinary players rising up from club academies and second division leagues. The likes of Dele Alli and Marcus Rashford received an astounding attention following astronomical rise to the Premier League platform.

The followings are the potential of the best U21 Players in FIFA 17. And if you need fifa 17 coins, welcome to our site.



PFA Young player of the year Dele Alli was an integral part of Tottenham’s breath-taking season in 2015/16. The England international made 46 appearances for the London club last season scoring 10 goals – all in the Premier League. The 20-year old attacker also made 8 appearances in the England international team. Former MK Dons midfielder was included in the PFA Premier League Team of the Season 2015/16 for his exquisite performance under Mauricio Pochettino. Alli’s awe-inspiring dribbling abilities and finishing makes him the finest under-21 player in FIFA 17. Dele Alli is expected to have the pass rating and vision ratings as high as 99, while his overall is likely to linger around 88.



French international Anthony Martial has been a sensational new face in English football this season. Introduced in the second half against Liverpool, the 20-year old lifted the entire stadium at the Stretford end with a match-ending third goal that was eventually awarded the ‘Manchester United Goal of the Season award’. Anthony Martial was a key player in Manchester United’s FA Cup winning season under Louis Van Gaal. The Frenchman is hailed for his marvellous ball control and blasting runs past defenders in the the final third. With 17 goals in 47 appearances for the Red Devils, Anthony Martial is certainly going to be one of the best skilled attackers in FIFA 17.

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“The fairy tale continues!” Only notable achievements at Old Trafford under Dutch manager Louis Van Gaal was the introduction of a long list of exciting new talents in the spotlight – the biggest of them all being Marcus Rashford. The 18-year old made his debut for the Manchester United senior team scoring 2 goals in Europa League against Midtjylland ascribed to Anthony Martial’s pre-match warm-up injury. Rashford scored yet another brace for the Red Devils against Arsenal in a 3-2 home win, only 3 days after the Europa League match. Marcus Rashford will certainly be a new name in the EA Sports game releasing this September. The striker is very likely to have above 90 ratings for both his acceleration and dribbling skills. The 18-year old is very likely to be one of best finisher in the new edition of FIFA.

FIFA 17 David Villa Review

I had a pretty great team worth around 400k, including TOTS Ben Arfa, TOTS Maxwell, TIF Lacazette, etc.

The team was instantly sold when I saw Villa in the Classic Europe International Heroes release. I tried to contain myself from spending almost all my 400k on the card, and after 3 days I couldn’t handle it anymore and paid 270k for him, leaving me 130k to build a decent squad around him. By the way, just buy fifa 17 ps3 coins at with the most security delivery and professional service.

As you can probably tell, I’m a fan of David Villa, and I have been waiting a long time for this card, so it was of course a must-have. I’ll try my hardest to not be biased by my pathetic feelings for this man.

So anyway, I been using tons of different attacking cards this year and few to none has felt irreplaceable the way this card does. I mean don’t get me wrong – I wouldn’t keep this card on FUT if it didn’t play as good as the card stats suggests – I wouldn’t keep it just because I’m a fan of his.

One card I can slightly compare it to, is TOTS Jonas, in certain aspects. The shooting feels about the same as that card, with the added benefit of 5* weak foot, meaning you can shoot from quite literally anywhere without problems. This Villa card is like TOTS Jonas with 93 pace, 5* weak foot and 4* skills. Only thing it lacks is TOTS Jonas’ stamina.

Hero David Villa has 70 stamina, but playing as a striker, this really isn’t a problem. Aguero has the same, and as long as you don’t manually pressure with him all game, it really isn’t a problem at all. And the above benefits I listed absolutely makes up for it.

Moving on to traits, this guy has 2 of the absolute most important traits for an attacker in my opinion; Finesse Shot and Tries To Beat Defensive Line. The first one means that his Finesse Shots feel like they’re locked on to the sides of the goal, resulting in those shots being incredibly OP and very hard to miss from anywhere in and around the box. Having 88 curve doesn’t make it any less OP might I add.

The second trait, Tries To Beat Defensive Line is a fantastic trait as well. This makes the player better at timing runs in behind the defense, and to my experience also generally makes the player do more runs than players without the trait. His 96 acceleration paired with this trait makes his runs very hard to defend against.

A little TL;DR at the end:

Pace: Obviously a huge upgrade from his normal cards, 96 acceleration in particular makes him so hard to stop, without even having to dribble.

Dribbling: 4* skill moves are smooth, NTD even smoother, and despite “only” having 82 agility he seems to pretty much stop and turn on a dime.

Shooting: Unparralled amongst the attackers I’ve tried this year, although comparable to TOTS Jonas with added benefit of 5* weak foot. Finesse shot trait is borderline cheating.

Defending: Don’t use him for that, he might actually die.

Passing: Short passing 79, more than good enough for 1-2’s and short through balls to other strikers/wingers. Long passes should probably be avoided, and you are using him wrong if you’re doing them.

Physical: Good strength and jumping, not the best stamina (same as Aguero) but don’t manual pressure with him and it will not be a problem at all.

FIFA 17 – Three Defenders I Like Most

In this article we will suggest the best defenders for FIFA 17 Career Mode that you should be able to use in your low, medium or large budget club. Keep in mind that the best players for us may not be for you. It depends of your other players, formation, transfer budget, wages budget, play style, preferences, etc… But if you have a lot of fifa coins, you can buy every defenders you like.


UEFA Champions League finalist with Atletico Madrid, Diego Godin is by far the best defender the world has seen in the last season. For his relentless efforts at the heart of Atletico Madrid’s defense, the Uruguayan has found himself in the UEFA Champions League Team of the season as well as the La Liga Squad of the Season.

Appearing in 46 matches under Diego Simeone, the former Villareal defender played an especially important role in Atletico’s victory against Barcelona in the Champions League. Copa America winner with Uruguay, Diego Godin has spent 9 seasons in La Liga winning 6 major titles with Atletico Madrid.


Spain international Sergio Ramos played a crucial role in handing the 10th and 11th Champions League title to los Blancos scoring goals in both finals. But the 30 year old has fulfilled an even better role at the defense of Real Madrid winning himself a place at La Liga team of the season 2015/16 and UEFA Champions League team of the season 2015/16. Named ‘La Liga Best Defender’ for four consecutive years, Sergio Ramos is representing Spain in UEFA European Championship 2016 being held in France as the defending champions look to win the trophy for a 3rd consecutive time.

Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos has been at the Camp Nou for 11 seasons winning 3 La Liga titles and 2 UEFA Champions League titles at the Spanish capital.


Thiago Silva is the orchestrator of the PSG defense which saw only 19 goals conceded in 38 matches this season under manager Laurent Blanc. Named in the UEFA Champions League Squad of the Season, the Brazil international Silva led the French side into a third double in 3 seasons.

Signed by PSG in 2012 for a record shattering price from AC Milan, the 31-year old finished his fourth season at the club with 30 league appearances and a goal. Often compared to Italy legend Franco Baresi, Silva has to play a crucial role in the next season for PSG as they look forward to finally clenching the Champions League title.