Starting FIFA will be a huge task for some. In the first part we covered the basics. From preparing for the task ahead to playing the game itself, so if you're unsure about the best way to start in FUT, reading that blog will be the best place to start. However, in this post, we'll be taking a further look at the tips and tricks that you may have not even known about.
Customise your club
Customising your club is one of the best and easiest ways to leave your impression in the Ultimate Team world. When you start the game, you'll be asked if you'd like to keep your current club information. This information will transfer over to the new game as soon as you load it up. This will include your established date, club name and club badge. It's completely up to you if you'd like to keep it or not but you will be prompted to change it if you want to. You won't get this option again.
In addition to this, you'll also be given the opportunity to loan a marquee player in for your club. For example, in previous editions depending on the position that you pick, you'll be given a choice of five players. Make sure to choose a forward position when doing this as the forward position is usually the most important in any ultimate team. You'll also have the opportunity to get some huge names in the football world such as Ronaldo or Messi.
A lot of people usually disregard this option when starting in ultimate team. However, hiring staff is one of the most underrated areas of ultimate team as this unlocks so much more potential to your new FIFA squad. Certain staff have certain roles in your squad, for example, some staff actually give your players more stamina, whilst others perform other duties.
One aspect that should never be avoided, is to hire a manager. Managers are the most important staff in all of ultimate team and it's easy to understand why. They can be the solution to a number of problems, including team chemistry and contracts.
In terms of chemistry, depending on the league and/or nationality of a manager, if they are included in your squad, your team chemistry will improve overall. In some instances, you can actually receive a +1 in chemistry for certain players who match your managers nationality and/or league.
In regards to contracts, Most of the gold managers contribute a raised percentage on all contracts: the rare gold with 3% and the non-rare with 1%. The silver rare manager also contribute with 2%. You can hire managers so that the sum of your percentages equals 50%. This means that when applying a contract card to a player the number of games on the card will be added 50%. This can be very beneficial when you're trying to make every single coin count in FIFA ultimate team and should not be ignored under any circumstance.
Without contract cards, you'll be left helpless in FIFA. When a player runs out of contracts, you must redeem their contract status at the earliest convenience. Should you plan to ignore this, you won't be able to use that player unless you redeem their contracts.
If a player is tired or injured, you can place them on the bench until they recover. However, with contracts, this is not the case and these are the only “must purchase” consumables in the whole of ultimate team.
With the 50% bonus the managers offer you and with cheap contracts, you won't ever need to think if the game prize is enough to cover your costs.
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