Okt. Die ProLeague ist eine FIFA Liga die im Modus: Pro Club Form veröffentlichen: Skille deinen Pro LITE (mit % weniger Zucker). Der Artikel. 1. Jeder von euch hat mit sicherheit eine Formation mit der er bzw. ihr am liebsten und auch am besten spielen könnt. 2. Dein Pro sollte die richtige größe und. Aug. Endlich ist es soweit: FIFA 18 ist da! Und damit ihr erfolgreich durch die neue Saison auf dem virtuellen Fußballplatz kommt, haben wir.
Even if you are a defender, you will be surprised how much possession you had after the match is over. If you want to stay close to the ball most of the time than I will suggest you to play the central midfield as from the center, you can choose to be aggressive or defensive depending on the need.
Whole Football Field is not Your Duty Some players just keep on running after the ball, and they end up losing all the stamina even before the first half concludes.
This will naturally leave the left wing exposed and if the opponent is wise enough, you will be punished with an encounter. Same goes for all other positions.
Mid fielders central however, do have more freedom of movement without leaving more open spaces for the opponent.
Choose the Formation That Suits You Best Many players believe that or are the best formations as they make your defense strong.
Personally, I like to have more players in the midfield so that I can maintain possession, which gives me more time for an opening.
Choosing the best formation for your club is a trial-and-error method. Choose different formations and you will eventually come up with the one that suits you and your friends the best.
Naturally, they can be more threat to you than the AI. You can easily distinguish them from the AI with their names or the fancy appearances.
This will help you to control the game in a better way. You pass the ball to them, and then you can forget about it.
So I recommend again that you play this mode with friends rather than a bunch of strangers. Possession is Key Winning Factor Being an Arsenal fan, I know how the possession plays a key role in winning or losing.
So if you are playing with four to five virtual pros, maintaining the possession becomes more fun. Anyway, you may come across players controlling the Goalkeeper.
If you are a striker facing off a manual Goal Keeper, you should exploit his positioning. Shoot even from distance if you find him out of position.
I like to take my chances with the power shoot to catch them off-guard. Fake shot is also an effective method for this. This will make them use the dive button early, and then you can easily score in the open net.
Skills of Your Pro are Important As I mentioned earlier, skills owned by your Pro are important on the field, and they should be selected carefully so that they supplement the role rather than being a waste.
The full list of skills is as follows:. Most of these skills are self-explanatory. I agree with pretty much everything you said. Playing your position and actually staying in it, not always calling for the ball, pass the ball and pass the ball on the ground!!
I am so tired of playing with people that always use chip through ball and play way out of position; ex.
Ld - glad it is all sorted , as I say it is usually dependant on the other players vying for your position, and being a 76, Andy Carroll would have been a preference, I'm glad to hear that they got rid of him and are now playing you as a sole striker!
My problem has been solved! I am at West Brom and currently I am up to a I finishe out the season only with 10 appearances due to Andy Carroll.
Luckily, Carroll was transferred out right at the start of the new season! I am now the starter and playing nearly every game!
Id - if you go to My Actions and it will allow you to see how long you have left in your career, and also ask to be transfer listed I would suggest moving to a slightly less prestige club to build your ability before moving to a bigger club - just out of curiosity who do you play for and what is your rating?
To understand your place in the team, have a look at the other players in your squad, and if they are much higher rating than you, it may be time to move on to another club!
I'm just wondering, is there any way to check how many years you have left on your current contract? I am not getting as much pt as I want and I was wondering if I should wait it out one more season, or request a transfer.
KyleArmy - Excellent man, if you find your progression a little fast, up the difficulty so you score less, therefore grow less - just a tip if you want it slower!
Thanks for your reply. My rating has risen to 70 overall so far. Suppose I'll just go with it for now then and see how it pans out.
Scored 2 on my England debut too! KyleArmy, whilst unrealistic in a sense, the fact you have been called up for England means your rating must be quite high, and more importantly your form must be fantastic.
I completely agree it is slightly unrealistic, but with the rate of your players growth , coupled with what is clearly a great run of form, I cannot say it is unrealistic.
I've just started playing this for the first time ever. I'm a forward and I'm at Northampton. I've been on fire and I've been called up to the England squad for the first set off international friendlies.
Whilst proud of this, I can't get away from the fact that it's very unrealistic. So what I want to know is, does this kind of thing happen all the time or have I deserved my call up?
Let's face it, League 2 players simply do not get called up to the England squad! Tummas - I completely agree, if you have players who can dribble in your team then definitely utilise it - one of my favourite players in FIFA 14 is Adel Taarabt due to his five star skills and amazing dribbling.
I also notice that if you score early in the game , there is more time to lose the rating bonus it gives you - you have to play well for the duration of the game.
So I have had an issue with form. One match, I'll end with a 9. I always follow the same pattern and do the same thing every match.
I stay in my position, I score goals regularly, set up goals, and help push the ball forward very well. I don't know why the form rating is so erratic.
Is it me, or is anyone else having this problem? Joe - If you go to edit my pro somewhere in career and go to the star tab - you should be able to select up to 5 traits to apply.
None - The problem with playing as a LF Left Forward is that you would have to find a team who plays with two inside forwards, the only formations supporting this are , or These are very uncommon in manager mode so you will struggle However there are a number of teams who will play one of these formations, check team management before signing for a team!
I haven't found a team that plays me in my proper position. I've played at ST and LM: Yahya No you will not lose any ability in terms of ball control, shooting, defending etc - However you will see an alteration in your physical stats - scrawlx is absolutely right.
Can i gain back my abilities if i go back to my old position,weight, height etc. My player has a 81 rating, cm, CAM, 80 kg. I want to change to an ST for a while and change the weight and length of the player.
Basically, if i want to go back to my old position, do i get that 81 rating back again? I have 90 shot power and 83 long shots.
Thanks for the other reply, and one more Question. Do i lose my ability if i change my height or weight? EduardFo - I do not understand whether you mean you have an offline pro and an online pro - if this is the case they are for those purposes - one is an offline pro and the other you can take online, you cannot use one for the other or vice versa.
Adrian - In all honesty mate I am not sure, I have been playing player career mode for a fair few seasons Not as many as you, well done on that!
Yahya - Nope, you do not lose your other stats if you change position if you mean ability and if you mean statistics as in Goals scored etc then no - each position Defense, Midfield, Striker has it's own stats, so if you move between them then your stats will save for each one.
B;Blaze - I honestly couldn't tell you, I can see why it would be frustrating, but then it isn't an issue that affects gameplay too much - if you are annoyed by it contact EA.
In My Pro, the career forward stats seem to be wrong I love playing Centre Defensive mid You can be creative and pass the ball around 3.
You can dive into crunching tackles if you're good at tackling 4. You can venture forward if you've got cover at the back.
No Ben - he means in offline be a pro mode, there is no way to change once you have taken on a position - online you can change at any point, offline you choose a position and stick there.
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Tips for Creating Your Pro. The default centre backs are not especially quick, and the strength you gain will benefit you in the long run.
You want to be able to set up goals as well as score. You will no doubt have to track back and help the defenders. A high stat in tackling could benefit you massive!
Although the pace will be reduced, if you verse an opponent with a tall striker, and you are 5' 2", you will struggle to prevent goals from corners, free kicks, and crosses.
Around 6' 2" is ideal. You have the pace to keep up with players and also the height, and the jumping stat to deal with crosses. A 6' 8" guy is no longer the strongest player on the pitch unless he is the max weight.
Try making a pro around 6' 2" - 6' 3" and adding weight. You will find the perfect balance between speed and strength.
My Pro is 6' 2", pounds and he is perfect in this balance. They dictate what your Pro can and can't do. Each trait is applicable in certain situations.
If you are a defender, chances are you won't need a finesse shot. The same if you are a striker; you will not need acrobatic clearances. Choose the traits to suit your play style.
Personally, I have finesse shot, skilled dribbling, fancy passing, overhead kicks, and driven pass. Choose the traits that suit you specifically!
My Pro is Ibrahimovic. This may only be psychological, but when I play as an actual player I perform better than when I name the Pro after myself.
Do not think that once you have decided, you can't go back. What to Consider When Choosing a Position. At the end of the day, no matter what anybody says, you are playing FIFA to have fun.
Play the position that you want even if it is left back. Therefore most clubs will not be looking for one. Consider dropping into an attacking midfield role.
You will still have the attacking intent a striker does, but you will be more likely to set goals up than to score. Good defenders are highly sought-after by the top clubs.
If you enjoy defending, and are decent at it, I suggest sticking with it. You will have people begging you to join their teams. You may just find that you are a potent right midfielder, rather than a striker.
You can change your Pro at any point, so if something is not working, try a different position. You will also develop your pro's stats across the three different positions Defensive, midfield and Attacking by playing each role.
Compromise when it comes to position choices. Do not simply claim that you are a solo striker. That is just unfair and totally inconsiderate.
There is no shame in dropping back and learning from them. Tips for Good Sportsmanship. Nobody stays in position.
If somebody plays as a left back, it's guaranteed that they will be further up the field than the strikers. Everybody seems to on a one-man mission to score on their own, with no help from anyone.
The keepers randomly run out. Every time I play a pro-ranked match, the human keeper seems to always charge out and want to play upfront. Trash-talking youths always abuse teammates.
When there is no reason whatsoever to do so, young players verbally abuse other players. If you do stay in position, you will simply not get the ball.
As everybody pushes up, leaving 11 players to fight for the ball, you will be stranded and outside of the action. You can not earn skill points in drop in sessions The person playing the ANY role will always pass to his Pro.
Nobody else will get the ball. Some people even run the ball into their own net. They're just out to troll you Stay away from this game-mode.
Don't Constantly Call for the Ball. When your computer plays the ANY role, it controls players with an Average rating of They will not be able to play the killer through-ball you think you are calling for.
If you are being marked, chances are the computer will mess up the pass and leave you screaming at your screen.
If you do call when you have no space, and the computer does the pass, you will lose possession and leave yourself open to be attacked by the opposition.
Make the correct calls and the computer ANY can be a powerful tool; defensively solid and able to make the passes you want. Make the wrong calls and the computer will constantly lose the ball, be out of position, and generally make clubs a living hell for you.
If you wish to succeed as an ANY, however, follow these instructions: The person playing the ANY role must be able to both defend and attack.
As an ANY, you will have control of the other players on the pitch who aren't human-controlled already, as well as your virtual Pro.
Do not constantly pass to your own Pro. There are people who only control one player and they will get bored very quickly if you hog the possession.
The defaults you receive will range between 68 and Be prepared for them to be much worse than your virtual Pro. Use these players as defenders or midfielders Ultimately it is your virtual Pros that will do the majority of the goal-scoring and creating.
Do not only use your Pro. There are 10 other players on the pitch and the only way to succeed is to use them. You have to be pretty darn good to take on the opponent's whole team on your own.
If your club does not have an amazing ANY, consider using the computer. It is a solid backup, and when employed correctly, can be strong in defense and pass exactly where you want.
Consider putting your Pro in defense or midfield when playing as the ANY. It always helps to have to support of a high-level Pro when your opponent is attacking.
It can be the difference between conceding and clearing the ball. The ANY will receive the blame for any goals they concede, so you must have a strong will and be able to take criticism.
After all, your team is relying on you to prevent goals. If you do not, on your head be it. Let's not beat around the bush here: The best way to take apart your opponents is to pass.
This is especially true when your Pros have leveled up. They will more than likely be at a much higher level than your opponent's defense.
You will pick them apart with quick passing and intelligent through-balls. Keep in mind that football is a team game and that the major clubs who succeed are amazing at passing.
Predictability can be your number-one friend, or enemy, depending upon whether you are predictable or not. The greatest, and most often seen, example of this is the lobbed-through-ball.
Many people online seem to believe that the only way to get through your opponents is to chip the ball hopelessly over the defense time and time again.
A perfectly timed lobbed-through ball is devastating to a defense, but the key here is perfectly timed. Too often I see the opponent just hoofing the ball over the top, hoping his small striker will latch onto it.
Pass around and stay unpredictable. Use all the space available on the pitch. One of the best tactics when playing clubs is common sense: Use the full length of the pitch to attack.
Staying in a small, congested area in the middle of the pitch will not stretch the opponents defense and will lead to a lot of losses.
Do not expect to be on the ball all the time. Use the wings, even if the ball isn't on that side. If you have a good team around you, it will be worked over.
How many teams do you see with all the strikers and midfielders within a 2m radius? So why does it happen on FIFA? Do not expect the ball all the time!
In real life, players have to make runs to open up channels for teammates. They have to graft off the ball to create opportunities for themselves.
It is the same in FIFA. If you constantly get the ball to feet, you are not using your abilities wisely. Search for the gaps in the defense or drop deeper to pick up the ball in space.
Space is your friend! Play the pass when you see it! In FIFA, you can see if a teammate wants the ball.
Furthermore, you can see if he wants it into space, or into feet. Use these signals from the on-pitch player to understand where your teammate would like the ball.