quote Saints FanI know what you're saying. While I do think in some situations it's easy to avoid being in the situation to concede one of these goals, it can also be extremely hard to stop, especially when the opposition has Gervinho, Hernandez and Ashley Young as I recently found out on FIFA 12.arwelt yeah I get your point it's just that you can't really get a defender to track the striker so he always seems to be free for the open goal. With throw ins you can manually move your player to mark them, but you can't mark with one guy and tackle with the other.
quote Saints FanBut in the same sense isn't it logical to pass to the unmarked player for an open goal? Personally I don't do cutbacks, I prefer the satisfaction of scoring past the keeper than with no keeper, will obviously score a rebound if it comes to it though.You said that anything could be considered cheap and basically said there was nothing wrong with cutbacks and then proceeded to say how standing in front of a player at a throw in is cheap. Isn't it logical to do what in football is considered marking? Isn't it logical to close down a shot with your keeper? Finesse shots are overpowered but not nearly as much as cutbacks, sweaty goals, tramps, whatever you call it. And you can do a longer throw in if you need to, just saying. You obviously have never had it when there is a guy slightly further away who you can reach if you put more power on it.
quote C0N0RH_AFCNo, that's why cutback goals are so annoying, no matter how good a defender you are there's very little you can do to stop them.Bollocks, I'm a competitive player and I'd wager I have more fun winning games than someone 'having fun' losing all the time. Anyway, the good players who can actually defend don't get themselves into a position where the opponent can cut it back when through on goal, in my opinion.
quote GuugleyHad the most fun I've had on this game last night, must have played about 20 games and won all of them (About 3/4 just quit when I went 5-0 up). Was using my Gold team at first but then switched to my Bronze. Best game of the lot was my very last, I played a guy who had a 4231 Spanigh Liga Adelente team, 0-0 after 90 minutes so we went to ET + pens. Harper scored for me in the 108th minute and that was all she wrote. The whole game was so tight though, me and the guy I was playing had such similar play styles. I sent him a message after it saying "fantastic game" or something to that effect and he sent me "pace tramp" hahaha.
quote FoquinhaThere are few things that piss me off more than losing a fifa game. I only play to win, and the fact I'm a very good player means I win a high percentage of my games, which is my fun. I love mocking opponents and being arrogant, I really do, and reguarly use ott celebrations and send messages after a particularly satisfying win, most notably a 90th cutback goal or similar. Killerwhen you've won as many games as I have online, winning becomes somewhat irrelevant; the mark of a good player is how they win. if the best method you have of scoring is cutbacks, then I feel sorry for you
it all comes back to respect for your opponent, which seemingly no one has, shame
>people will use any exploits/cheap tactics to win
>people will use glitches/hacks to win
>people will quit or go idle when losing
>people will try to injure your players when losing
>people will pass it around the back when winning (or even sometimes when losing)
>people will send you abusive messages if they lose
>people will send you abusive messages if they win
>people will try to scam you for players
what an amazing community, and I bet most of the people in this forum do at least one of the things listed above on a regular basis
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