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Re: FUT Champions 2018
« Reply #195 on: January 15, 2018, 01:05:37 am »
Played my first weekend league games for two months. First one was against one of the worst opponents I've faced in weekend league. When the game eventually started after two full pauses and a complete formation rejig from my opponent, I just completely destroyed him. He was attempting offside traps and leaving me five on one against his keeper. A lot of people just can't defend against 442. And with the runs that the players make, you just create chance after chance. Bergkamp also helps!
Second game was just a joke. The opponent scored four goals straight from his attacks from kick offs. My players didn't react quick enough, a couple of the goals were after three tackles bounced straight back to him, and one from Musa crossing the ball with his weak foot in the opposite direction to where he was facing and Hazard heading the ball backwards after outjumping my defender somehow. Luckily I managed to score five against his team that had 5 hunters and 5 shadows attached.
That was enough of that! A 2-0 record then!

Did a load more of the clubs in League SBCs and completed the MLS at profit after packing Ruffier, Keylor Navas and IF Exetia and several sellable, inflated priced players.
Most of the Russian League is done apart from the expensive two, Tosno and Rostov, and also managed to pack IF Andy Carroll from one of the Serie A ones, possible Atalanta.