Controversially, though, I've become addicted to Ultimate Team modes, and I wished to give FIFA 21 another go. The thing I admire about FIFA is, due to soccer's global popularity, its card collecting mode is denser than anything you find in different names; the drawback to this is that you end up with a Club filled with crap cards.
I didn't really have a set goal when I embarked on this journey -- if you browse my Madden NFL 21 post, you'll know that I did lots of research on tactics to be able to better understand the sport so I could win an online game -- but it is not like I have never won in a FIFA match before; I only wanted to get improved.
I had already played a bit of Ultimate Team in FIFA 21 once I decided to put together this guide, but my situation was dire. The primary problem I had was my Squad: I was running -- or, should that be, crawling -- together with 34-year-old Raúl García as my striker, also I'd over 50 Chemistry. For some reason I always assumed the match would be balanced in such a way that I'd have the ability to compete with even a bad team; I was wrong.
So my first aim was to overhaul my team completely, and that I spent a little time fiddling with cards that I had in my Club's roster. I read online that Pace was among the most important attributes, also because I had been conceding a great deal of targets, I decided to select a 4-4-2 formation with two holding midfielders to give myself extra security; I ended up with a squad that had the likes of Nathan Redmond and Danny Ings inside -- a fairly weak team overall, but much better than what I'd.