Scripting is just One Explanation on FIFA 17
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It’s beyond dispute that FIFA can be a deeply frustrating experience. Sometimes, it doesn’t feel as if you are in the driver’s seat. Equalizers being scored in the 90th minute, opponents being able to catch up with a safe lead and losing streaks are just some examples of the long list of pains that FIFA players have to endure. In the community, there has been a long lasting consensus regarding the presence of some kind of foul play labelled under terms such as scripting, handicapping and momentum. If you need cheapest fifa 17 coins, just click.

People who believe that the game is rigged generally reject the mere thought that there could be other explanations than foul play to the events mentioned above, some of which are portrayed in a myriad of Youtube videos and written accounts on these topics. Yet, in this article, I’m going to present alternative explanations:

1. Relegation and losing streaks

2. 90th minute goals

3. Too-good-to-be-true come backs

Relegation and losing streaks

The first topic, I’m going to deal with, is actually two different phenomena, which however are linked and perhaps therefore sometimes confused, namely losing streaks and relegation streaks.

Losing streaks are streaks of (more or less) consecutive losses, whereas relegation streaks are streaks of (more or less) consecutive relegations. You may suffer losing streaks without getting relegated and you may get relegated without having been on an actual losing streak. Aside from the fact that results really aren’t going your way over a longer span of matches, losing streaks and relegation streaks are different phenomena, and the explanations, I’m going to present, are hence also different.

In addition to that, I’m aware that people may use the term "streak" even if the losses or relegations in fact aren’t happening in direct succession but perhaps just in close succession. The explanations, I’m going to present below, are however relevant to both the narrow and the wider use of the term "streak".

90th minute goals

All FIFA players know those painfully annoying goals in the dying minutes of the match, which turn a well deserved win into a draw or a draw into a defeat. When something as frustrating as this happens as frequently as it definitely does, it’s easy to start thinking that they are put in on purpose to change the outcome of the match. As I however will illustrate below, there is another and far more likely explanation.

Longer minutes, more goals

The term "90th minute" does not actually refer to one minute. In fact, "the 90th minute" refers to the part of the match where the clock is stopped at 90:00 aka stoppage time or injury time. Stoppage time usually lasts way more than one minute in FIFA. It’s not uncommon to see 5 minutes or more added to the second half. When considering that these 5 minutes were added because of stoppages during the 45 minutes played during the second half, we end up having 1/9 of the effective playing time of the 2nd half taking place during "the 90 minute".

All other things equal, we should expect 1/9 of the goals to be scored during the 1/9 of the playing time that constitute stoppage time. All other things are however not quite equal. In real football, the scoring frequency increases towards the end of the match. Although FUT is different in many ways, some of the factors which lead to more goals in the dying minutes of a real match, are present here as well. This includes nerves and hence more mistakes, tactical changes and of course fatigue.

Many goals in general, many goals in stoppage time

Simple math is however not the only contributor to goals being scored in "the 90th minute". Another key factor is FUT’s overall goal frequency. While an average football match in one of the five European top leagues contains approximately 2.7 goals, a FUT seasons match contains around to 3.8 goals depending of what edition of the game you are looking at. Needless to say, a general increase in the goal frequency will lead to a general increase in the frequency of goals scored in stoppage time as well.

Estimates show that the factors listed above on their own should lead to stoppage time goals in approximately every other match. Hence, I find it fair to conclude that the vast majority of the 90th minute goals happen due to the simple fact that the 90th minute isn’t one minute and that FIFA’s overall goal frequency is very high compared to real football. Whether you then chose to believe that there is a residual of 90th minute goals, which are being scripted in on purpose, is up to you.

FIFA 17 FUT Web App Frequently Asked Questions
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Today we will talk about FIFA 17 Fut Web App and I will answer some questions which FIFA 17 Players want to know.

I no longer can access the FUT 17 Web App. Why?

A: If you had access to the FUT Web App for FIFA 17 but no longer have, even if you haven't made any change, you should know that EA Sports blocks App access to all players that haven't played FIFA 17 in the console until midnight of October 1st (UK time). To keep using this App, you will need to buy the game. If you want to buy fifa 17 coins, our site is your best choice.

How do I activate the login verification?

A: Login Verification is a mandatory step before you can access the FUT Web App for FIFA 17. If you never activated, just go to your Origin account and enable it. Then, just confirm the email or sms they have sent to you, verify your FIFA Ultimate Team Secret question and answer and store your codes in a safe place. As simple as that. If you already did it in the past, all will need is your EA account email address, password and answer to your secret question.

Why I can't get into the FUT Web App for FIFA 17? It's says to try later.

A: Clean the cache of your browser and try other browsers and devices. If it doesn't work, that's because the servers are overloaded and you will have to wait.

How much time I have to wait to unlock the FUT Web App, after I played FIFA 17 in my console?
A: It depends. Usually, three days is enough but many users have reported they waited more than two weeks to be unlocked.

It is possible to purchase FIFA Points in the FUT Web App?

A: No, you can't purchase FIFA Points in the FUT Web App.

How can I claim Daily Gifts in the FUT Web App?

A: You just need to enter in the App in specific times. If you skip the intro screen, you will be able to find your daily gift in store – my packs section. Remember that these gifts are limited to one per day. In the days you don't open the FUT Web App or the Companion App, you will loose the daily gift of that day.

Is FUT 17 Web App available for iOS and Android devices?

A: No. If you want to manage you FUT 17 squads in your mobile devices, you should use the Companion App.

Should I use the FUT Web App or the Companion App?

A: The FIFA Web App is available on web browsers while companion app is available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices. The first one is more popular and have more features. However, the companion app offers the functionality of entering a FUT Draft. If possible, use both.

How often does the FIFA web app goes down for maintenance?

A: Not very often. You can follow all the FIFA 17 maintenance down times in this page.

FIFA 17 Trading Tips and Tricks
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FIFA 17 Trading tips are especially useful when your are starting in the game. If you need help to make your first fifa 17 coins, follow the 20 best trading tips.

Start playing as soon as possible

The sooner you start playing FIFA 17, the bigger will be your chances of being successful.
In the beginning the market will be very unstable. If you know what you are doing, this is the best time to make great deals. It’s just a question of knowing how to identify the opportunities and being able to predict how the market is going to develop. You will need time to do it, so don’t miss the FUT Web App early access available for FUT 16 players who have created a Security Question and Answer on FUT console before August 1, 2016.

Focus on a parcel of the market

There are thousands of cards in FUT 17. It’s impossible for someone to have good control of all them.
Choose a branch in which you feel comfortable, study it and keep yourself updated about the changes that happen in this specific market. It’s going to be a lot easier to know about what prices you should buy or sell cards. Remember that being fast is a very important characteristic a trader must have: being fast in order to make a move and not miss the opportunity, being fast selling to increase the number of sales, being fast to notice the changes of the market, etc…

Your transfer list must always be full

Every time you don’t have your transfer list full, you are losing coins. You are missing the chance of making profit. The more cards you have for sale, more you’ll sell and more profit you’ll get.
The first thing to do is to redeem the EAS FC catalogue items to improve the size of your transfer list. Then, you just need to adjust your prices according to your sales. If you are selling to fast, it’s because you can increase the price a bit more. If you can’t sell, then it’s because you need to reduce the price.

Give your cards as much exposure as possible

The more visibility you give to your cards, the more profit you’ll get.
Most players, when searching in the market, don’t go beyond the 60 minutes page. For that reason, you should try to have your cards available the higher time possible between the first hour auctions. To do that, you just need to list them for an hour and re-list them for another hour when the auction expires. When it’s not possible, you should define the auction duration according to the time you’ll be away. For example, if you’re going to sleep, define the duration to 6 hours. Doing that you’ll make the cards stay available for a bigger amount of time on the market and you’ll be able to renew them when you wake up.

Get ride of useless cards

When starting FUT 17 you will have many of useless cards that no one wants to buy. Quick selling them is an option but before that you can try a simply trick: put them on auction with a 150c start price and a 200c buy now price.
You will see that you will sell much more cards and a few of them for the BIN price. Although, you should always check if it’s best to have these cards on auction or if you should just discard them in order to spare space on your transfer list for other cards that might give you bigger profits.

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FIFA 17 Leagues & Teams Guides
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Anticipation is building as FIFA 17 is only a few months away, this is the time of year where new leagues are confirmed in the next FIFA title! If you’ve been keeping up with all the latest FIFA 17 News, you’ll know that the FIFA 17 J League has been confirmed and will be officially licensed in the game! This means brand new Kits, badges and stadiums will be included in FUT 17! Which FIFA 17 Leagues can we expect to see included this year? See our full list below! By the way, is providing fifa 17 coins at cheap prices for gamers.

FIFA 17 Leagues & Teams

We’ll add in teams as they are announced. Several seasons have not yet finished.


(providing licences still stand from last year)

Argentina – Primera Division

Some Primera Division teams may not include authentic player names, generic team crests and kits.

Australia – Hyundai A-League

Austria – O. Bundesliga

Belgium – Pro League

Chile – Camp. Scotiabank

Colombia – Liga Dimayor

Denmark – Alka Superliga

England – Barclays Premier League

England – Football League Championship

England – Football League 1

England – Football League 2

France – Ligue 1

France – Ligue 2

Germany – Bundesliga

Germany – Bundesliga 2

Italy – Serie A TIM

Italy – Serie B

Some Serie B teams may not include authentic player names, generic team crests and kits.

Japan – J League

NEW to FIFA 17!

Korea – K LEAGUE Classic

Mexico – Liga Bancomer MX

Holland – Eredivisie

Norway – Tippeligaen

Poland – Ekstraklasa

Portugal – Liga NOS

Some Liga NOS teams may not include authentic player names, generic team crests and kits.

Rep. Ireland – SSE Airtricity League

Rest of World

Some Rest of World teams may not include authentic player names, generic team crests and kits.

Russia – Russian League

Saudi – ALJ League

Scotland – Scottish Premiership

Spain – Liga BBVA (Exclusive to FIFA 17)

Spain – Liga Adelante

Sweden – Allsvenskan

Switzerland – Raffeisen SL

Turkey – Super Lig


Men’s National

Some men’s national teams may not include authentic player names, generic team crests and kits.

Women’s National

We’re predicting that Norway, Netherlands, Switzerland and Iceland will be added to the FIFA 17 Women’s National Teams. You can play in either match day, an offline tournament or online friendly seasons.

All of the above leagues and teams are almost certain to appear in FIFA 17 and we expect EA SPORTS FIFA to have expanded their licenses since FIFA 16. One case where this appears to have already happened is with La Liga in FIFA 17, according to reports the Spanish topflight will be exclusive to EA SPORTS FIFA 17. This begs the question, how will PES cope with this major setback?


Brazil – Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A

China – Chinese Super League (CSL)

With so many big names making the move to China, the inclusion of a FIFA 17 Chinese Super League is highly anticipated!

Czech Republic – Czech First League

Germany – 3. Liga

Greece – Superleague Greece

Israel – Israeli Premier League

Qatar – Qatar Stars League

Turkey – TFF First League

Ukraine – Ukrainian Premier League

FIFA 17: Guides to Win Division 1 with 20k - 35k Teams
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Rule 1 - Pace plus passing plus dribbling. None of these stats need to be over 83 but if you have low 80s in all of them in your midfield and rb/lb you have the perfect players.

Rule 2 - strikers need 80 + finishing, need to be at least 80 pace, nothing else matters.

Rule 3 - buy a team rather than great players, playing with awesome players is a hindrance to most people. They focus on getting the ball to their Ronaldo or their Messi but doing so ruins their play style. And I want to tell you that is providing fifa 17 coins at cheap prices for gamers.

My current team looks like this:

ST - BACCA - 82.
ST - ROSSI - 80.
LM - ASAMOAH - 79.
CM - PIANIC - 84.
RM - PERISIC - 82.
LB - EVRA - 81.
CB - MIRANDA - 85.
RB - BASTA - 80.

It seems everyone is spending 100's a year on packs and coins for TOTS etc, this stuff does not make you better at the game. Getting good with a team does.

FIFA 17 Game Skills
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Some players say "if I hit the sprint trigger in pursuit of a through ball with Aubameyang, I shouldn't be blown past by some average-ass CB with 65 pace."

I want to tell you if you are through with aubameyang, then that won't happen. But if you have to run past the defender, its a bit harder - because he will get into your body and push you away. In all instances where he is close enough to not let you run freely you will find a harder time to get past as you will be kind of locked to that player, until either of you manage to brake it to one of the players advantage. But if you are slightly ahead, in an unreachable position from the defenders body (arms, legs, shoulder), you will stay ahead (unless the factors below apply).

The other factor is the angles. If you have to run diagonally either with the ball or towards the ball, any player that can run in a straight line will cover ground slightly faster, making the pace stat slightly less important. That doesnt mean that you cant outrun him though, but chances are smaller.

Then, if you have the ball it becomes a skill game, as running with the ball is much slower than running without the ball. But if you are able to do well timed, well directed knock ons, you can run at almost full speeds even with the ball. But as I said, at that point, your skills doing that particular move matter. It is possible to do poor knock ons that wont work. Takes practice.

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FIFA 17 without Chemistry
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In the light of all the new information we have about chemistry, I decided to sell most of my EPL squad and fill my team with TOTS cards of players I like.

So far, I've played a few games and haven't noticed anything that would be a hallmark of bad chemistry - Aduriz is putting his chances away, Mkhitaryan is moving and shooting well and David Luiz has been an even more dominant CDM than Rooney was for me. Everyone's passing is still sloppy at times, but it was sloppy for me before I overhauled my squad.

So it made me wonder - would it really be a bad thing if we got rid of chemistry completely?

I'm Australian, and wanted to use TOTS Mooy since he got the card, but any squad with him would have been garbage. Now, it doesn't matter. I don't play with wingers but wanted to use Mkhitaryan.

I've never really fully understood the arguments for why chemistry is a good thing, especially now - for the first time since I started playing FUT in 2013, I actually feel like I have MY 'ultimate team'. Just a squad of players I like, without being penalised for it.

And just to be clear, this is in no way a defence of EA - they still owe us an explanation and the fact that people were spending money to acquire informs that are worse than their NIF equivalents is scandalous. But this seems to be a fortunate byproduct of their mistakes.

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