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FIFA 17: Day 1 Cards are Not Better than Their Upgrades
Category: News

Prior the discovery of this glitch, the community mostly consisted of endless bickering, but the last week we've actually seen massive collaboration and folks recognizing each other with positive support. I'm sure this is the type of community EA aspired to create (just not through this chain of events). I for one am enjoying this sub more than ever. Kudos to the community! Buying fifa 17 ps4 coins from, which is the best fifa 17 ps4 coins products supplier

Thank goodness for EA's incompetence!

Edit: this doesn't mean I condone EA being the greedy, idiotic poos they are, and I'm only enjoying this so much because they finally got caught touching themselves somewhere naughty.

Basically, any card that was added since release (Upgrades, informs, tots, motm, imotm, and toty) only has base chem (it's either 4) in-game.

This means a couple of different things:

Non Day 1 cards can be put in any position on the pitch and they will play the same.

They will only play to their base card stats and will not receive stat boosts with chemistry style cards

Upgraded cards and early informs are basically worse than the non-upgraded card. This is because (and someone correct me if I'm wrong,) but there is a nerf on players based on the amount of chem they have IN GAME. and as such, non-day 1 players stats are nerfed and therefore perform WORSE than their NIF/NUP card.

Only the huge stat boost special cards (TOTY and TOTS) are worth getting now, because the stat boost offsets the nerf

EA has basically been fucking the community over (knowingly or not) by advertising these special cards (which, keep in mind, are actually worse than the normal card), which makes people want to buy packs, and when they do, they get players that are no better than their NIF.

If I said anything wrong, or missed out on something, someone please correct me.

EA's Official Comments on FUT Chem Glitch
Category: News
Tags: FUT Chem Glitch

User RighteousOnix posted a video on YouTube recently demonstrated the ineffectiveness of chemistry style boosts on cards that are not day-one FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) cards. Thus, cards that have come out since release – EA has released a variety of these player cards for transfers, position changes, man of the match and in-form designations, etc – do not perform better than the day-one FUT cards. By the way,, the best in-game service provider, offer the cheap fifa 17 xbox 360 coins for sale. You buy cheapest fifa 17 xbox 360 coins safely and enjoying our fastest delivery at!

In the video RighteousOnix explains and demonstrates this using various FUT cards, using those players' ability or inability to perform a special dribble move that can only be performed by players with a dribble rating of 86 or higher. Another video posted by the user also calls into question the functionality of FUT cards' individual chemistry rating.

A fitness glitch involving day-one and non-day-one cards has also been found which EA is investigating.

Here is EA's official comment on the matter:

Thanks to the FUT community for raising awareness of a potential fitness and chemistry inconsistency in some FUT items. After hearing this, our teams were in over the weekend and continue to thoroughly investigate the information. We will keep you informed with updates from the investigation. Our commitment to a fun, fair and secure experience in FIFA is ongoing, and as a community your feedback helps us achieve that goal. A special thanks for your continuous efforts across all channels. 

While EA does not outright admit that RighteousOnix's findings are true, the fact that it brought in its developers over the weekend to look at the situation shows that this is indeed a serious situation.

If this glitch is real, this would mean that the cards that users have been earning and paying real money for aren't as advertised. Ultimate Team is a big revenue source for the company and a major part of its monetization strategy.

FIFA 17 without Chemistry
Category: Guides
Tags: FIFA 17 without Chemistry

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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FIFA 17: Three Goalkeepers You Should Take a Look
Category: Players
Tags: Goalkeepers

You can have the deadliest strikers, the ultimate midfield and a dominant defence, but sometimes in FIFA, things just don’t go your way. Every 50-50 challenge squirts straight back to the opposition. The referee penalises you for perfectly good tackles and doesn’t spot a clear penalty in your favour. As players start to lose their heads, passes go astray and you tackles get wild. These are the games where top-class goalkeepers come into their own, rebuffing all comers like a brick wall in front of the net.

Fortunately, there are plenty of good keepers in this year’s Career Mode, so we’ve rounded up 3 of the best and split them up. Let's take a look.


Manuel Neuer stands atop this list for the top 10 goalkeepers in FIFA 17, after yet another mesmerizing season under Pep Guardiola at Bayern Munich. The 30-year old helped the Bavarians to 2 titles in the 2015/16 campaign under Pep Guardiola.  6’4’’ tall right-footed goalie made a total of 51 appearances in the past season across 4 competitions.

The Germany international is now in France for the Euros as he aspires to lead  Die Mannschaft to glory under Joachim Low. The top-rated goal-keeper in FIFA 16 at an overall of 90 has kept his lead in soon-to-be-released FIFA 17. 2014 World Cup winner remains the best goal-keeper in the real and the virtual world.


25-year old Man United No.1, often hailed by the fans as the ‘Wall of Manchester’, has enjoyed yet another eye-catching season at Old Trafford, getting his name on the PFA Team of the Year for the 3rd time in 4 seasons. Winner of Manchester United’s prestigious Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award David De Gea will be in charge of Spain’s post in France as they look on the keep hold of the Euro Cup this year.

Featuring in 49 matches across 4 competitions for Manchester United, the Spaniard was at the root of an impressive defensive season under Louis Van Gaal at the Stretford End. In fact, many believe the Spaniard went about saving the Dutchman’s job on a great many occasions at Old Trafford.


Age has never been a big issue in goal-keeping and things are no different for the 38-year old World Cup winner Gianluigi Buffon. Most capped player in the glorious history of Italian football, Gigi Buffon led his club to the Serie A and Coppa Italia titles in the 2015/16 campaign under coach Massimiliano Allegri. His consistent world-class performance at the heart of Italy and Juventus’ defense in the last decade has earned him a spot in UEFA Euro All-time XI published in 2016.

Former Parma goalkeeper Buffon appeared in 43 games in 3 competitions last season for Juventus. In his 35 league appearances, the Italy No. 1 went about to keep 21 clean sheets and bagging the Serie A golden glove along with the title of Juvetus’ Most Valued Player of the campaign 2015-16.

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