FIFA 17: Details about Dortmund vs Man United

Although based on what I’ve seen so far from FIFA 17’s Gameplay Series of trailers, I have some deep concerns about both player and team positioning. Let’s explore the detail. By the way, if you need u4fifa fifa coins, just click it.

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As you can see here Dortmund’s defensive shape is actually pretty good. The fullbacks are slightly advanced, and distances between players are okay. Positive start eh?

Things in midfield however aren’t so great with both of Dortmund’s attacking midfielders occupying the same space. I’d expect one of them to be more spread and to illustrate I’ve highlighted a much better position for him to be in. Having two players so close, massively diminishes forward passing options.

Whilst Dortmund’s defensive shape is good, take a look at Man United’s on the mini-map. That bunching of the two centre backs will be exploited later.

Rashford’s starting potion here illustrates an age old problem in FIFA and as I’ve highlighted, he really should be further forward pressing the centre backs, rather than the defensive midfielders. This effectively makes Dortmund’s defenders irrelevant from a passing perspective, and puts six Dortmund players behind the ball before the attack has even begun.

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If we roll the same clip on some 50 game seconds, you can see here that Man United’s back four still hasn’t fully recovered, and is now zig-zagged across the pitch with Smalling the deepest of the four defenders.

The Dortmund strikers starting position here is criminally deep. Ramos hasn’t even managed to get past Wayne Rooney yet, so I’ve moved him to what I see as a much better starting position for a centre forward to be. Very similar to the Rashford example in that he’s basically in midfield instead of pushed up to the defence.

If you take a look at the mini-map you can see that Dortmund also have a winger out of shot on the right flank. Yet again he’s not even past United’s midfield and would be much better placed in the highlighted circle to offer another forward option.

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Same clip, only now Man United’s back four has disintegrated into a back two, with both Blind and Valencia drawn into midfield. One of them going to close the pass I can perhaps understand, but both doing so is defensive suicide.

Which brings us to figure 2). If Blind has moved to close down in midfield, Valencia must hold his position and I’ve highlighted where he really should be to counter this Dortmund attack. A position where he can actually respond to the run of Reus.

Marco Reus actually makes a nice curved run here and finds the back of the net unopposed.

When Juan Mata is your CDM, you have issues.
All three of those screens are from the same clip, and as you can see there are huge positioning issues in attack, midfield and defence. I know the trailer is designed to see Reus score a wonderful goal (which he does) but it should be his excellent movement getting him into these positions and not multiple defensive lapses which didn’t correct themselves for nearly a minute of gameplay. The zig-zagging of the back four is something we’ll see time, and time again in this analysis.

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FIFA 17: The Euro 2016 Talents Have to be Given a Higher Rating

As usual, another international tournament has made us realise there’s a larger footballing world out there full of talent that we underrated or hadn’t even heard of. Obviously there are players we’d love to include from the Euro 2016 championships, but can’t, like some of Iceland’s semi-pro heroes, or Portugal’s Renato Sanches – who doesn’t have a FUT card, but will almost certainly have a highly rated one in FIFA 17. By the way, welcome to out site, we provide fifa 17 comfort trade.

There are some international players who performed so well they’ll have to be given a higher rating, because they were the stars of the show. We can’t wait to slot them into our team in FIFA. Let’s go through our starting line-up.

Hal Robson-Kanu (Wales, Unsigned)
Forget for a moment that Robson-Kanu currently has no club team because his stats will need a major boost, ASAP. FIFA 16 has him rated at 66, which makes him a silver player. The most egregious of those stats, however, is his physical one at 70.
Sure, Wales fans will remember him forever for the Cruyff Turn against Belgium, but he held the ball up in a manner that reminds us of how Kevin Davies did for Bolton Wanderers, barging defenders off the ball and strong-arming them away. Hal has shown he’s a menace up front, never giving a defender a moment to rest, and we’re sure he won’t be without a club when FIFA 17 comes out.

Aron Gunnarsson (Iceland & Cardiff City)
It may seem obvious to include Icelandic players in this list, but not all of them are as unknown as you might think. Another silver rated player (at 68), Gunnarsson is a combative midfielder who runs his socks off in every game – a tireless player with a huge throw in, yet his stats in FIFA suggest a run of the mill, average player. He absolutely taught the English midfielders a lesson about endurance and effort though, and for that alone he needs a major bump.

Ondrej Duda (Poland & Legia Warsaw)
At the fledgling age of 21, Duda’s record in Poland suggest he should already be rated higher than the 71 that FIFA 16 has him pegged at. A playmaker with 16 goals for Legia Warsaw, he scored against Wales and even played out of position up front against Russia. Time will tell if he can become a truly great player (and he has time on his side, remember), but for now he needs bumping from a 71 rated silver card, that’s for sure.

Dimitri Payet (France & West Ham)
Having had a phenomenal season for his West Ham in the premier league season, Dimitri Payet turned up for his first tournament with his international team and immediately made a huge impact. He’s a player that makes you hold your breath when he’s on the ball, yet somehow has a shooting rating of 76, and a physical rating of 68. Yes, the man who keeps banging in these beautiful goals from outside the box and looks like an earthquake wouldn’t shake him off the ball has those ratings. Due an upgrade? You better believe it.

Robbie Brady (Republic of Ireland & Norwich City)
Scoring a headed goal against Italy to help your national team qualify out of the group stages cannot be understated, but it’s Brady’s resolute defensive abilities to keep out teams containing players that, by rights, should be way better than him, that truly make him stand out. A 65 rated silver player, with 51 defense and 61 physical, there’s no question Brady needs an upgrade, and fast.

N’Golo Kante (France & Leicester City)
Somehow, one of the best performers in the Premier League last season is rated only 76. Kante is a player who goes about his business quietly, but is so incredibly important to his team. His physicality, passing, and pace are all underrated and need bumping up for FIFA 17, and while his national colleagues like Paul Pogba are rated a full 10 points higher than him overall, he’s absolutely essential in any team. His rating must be changed.

Ragnar Sigurdsson (Iceland & FC Krasnodar)
Another Iceland player, then, and one that’s had his name called out multiple times due to his last ditch tackling skills. When the underdog performs so well it’s hard to single out individuals, but his stats belie the qualities he has shown this summer – so much so that even at the age of 30, his club has set his transfer value at £4 million. Managing to defend so resolutely is enough alone to require his stat upgrade, but he even manages to score now and again.

Piotr Zielinski (Poland & Udinese)
Rated only 71 in FIFA Ultimate Team, it seems it’s not just us that thought highly of Zielinski, as Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp is apparently very interested in signing the 22-year-old. A player that can play in almost any of the midfield positions, yet has fairly low stats in every area that counts (69 pace, 65 shooting, 70 passing, 50 physical), it seems that this is a player who is on the rise, and his FIFA card will need to match it.

Fans’ Wishlist about FIFA 17 Ⅱ

Authentic Managers:
I just love FIFA! There is no doubt it is an amazing game, but it requires a lot of improvisation on several parts and one of that part is manager’s authenticity. Every year the game improved a lot, and for FIFA 17 fans would love to see actual managers in the game not those old bald men roaming here and there on the touchline like ghosts. Managers are the important part of the game, and they have significant role to play. So instead of those generic dudes, EA can include professional managers.

Enhanced Crowd Animation:
Let’s make the crowd more lively and curious. It would be amazing and funny to see the crowd walking out of stadium if their team is losing with big difference like 4-0. Crowd can be full of enthusiasm, they can add sound energetically on every goal and they react and sound negatively on every missing goal kick.

Include Dinamo Zagreb:
Many fans believe it is the time to add Dinamo Zagreb into the FIFA game now as they have qualified for tournaments like champions league and some awesome players as well. Besides, they also win their league every time. FIFA can consider them to add in the next version. It is little awkward that FIFA has not added them in FIFA 16, but they can be included in FIFA 17.

Additional Leagues:
Fans were expecting numerous other leagues in FIFA 16, but as they are missing in FIFA 16, now hope is to FIFA 17. They can add the Greek, Ukrainian, Romanian, Croatian, Serbian, Czech, Finland and Bulgarian leagues. Besides all such, Brazil Champions league and Europe league is also needed. EA can include other legends and all the South American leagues like the Ecuadorian, Uruguayan, Bolivian, Venezuelan leagues. Their inclusion is significant in order to create copa libertadores, they need to put their attention on Latin America with one eye on Europe. There are numerous hardcore soccer fans in North America as well, if they include their teams in next version, the game will become superior than it is now.

Online Career Mode:
EA can bring online career mode in FIFA 17 now; 2-4 players’option would be great for the beginning of online mode. Fighting for titles and transfers fills with different energy. This will enhance the credibility of the game and its entertainment level will multiply with enthusiasm since this will let players to challenge players online. This would be an amazing characteristic to introduce in FIFA 17.

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Fans’ Wishlist about FIFA 17 Ⅰ

Here we are listing some FIFA 17 features wishlist below which fans are expecting in the next version, if you find more can be added, please tell me at u4fifa.com. And you can find cheap fifa 17 coins here too. Let’s move on to the FIFA 17 feature wish-list:

Developers can make the growth of the player more balanced. What I mean to say is player can grow physically, their appearance display their genuine growth till the age of 25 and sometimes it can be longer. But youth players, in fact all players don’t grow physically in the game. This requires a master touch of developers, and as the players grow physically, their strength should decline slowly. There should not be huge mental statistics for players especially for players who have bad physics. Besides, regens should be given four star skills.

Twist Kits:

To make the game little more interesting and to give it a new look, EA can provide an option to tweak kits every year on loading of every season, this will give a feel of something new. I am saying to change the complete kit of the team, but for instance, if you are playing as arsenal, you don’t change the entire kit into purple or something, but a new design like stripes or anything can be added would be great. This option can be available on every new season on career mode. Or they can provide an option of kit combination where players can choose different color shots. For example, Juventus can use black or white shorts in their home kit.

Reserves Team:

To bring a little more excitement into the game with extra teams. We all love to play from the big team side, and FIFA has done a great job in introducing such champion teams, they have featured almost all the best teams of football, but they have left several small teams. Sometimes it feels good to play from the small team side against a champion. It bestows a different challenging feeling. EA can add new reserves teams in FIFA 17 for extra enthusiasm. This will be unique attribution and will provide more challenging opportunities.

Extra Swedish Leagues:

Football and Sweden has a great combination, and that would be great if EA could include more Swedish leagues with stadium customize options. A league match gives a complete different experience full of energy. Thus adding more of that won’t harm anybody; in fact it would be an advantage in the game as it will enhance the entertainment package.

Customize Nets:

This is something several fans are looking for years. If we talk about the FIFA 16, there I’ve seen the nets are hardly sufficient. EA Sports can provide an option to change the color and pattern of the nets players are playing with and the other thing is they have provided an option of tightness and looseness of the nets, for what purpose? , it doesn’t work anyway. Instead they can provide a tighter net the way as it was in FIFA 2014 world cup. If we’ll see the same in 2015 and 2016 game, the nets are so saggy.