Check This Week’s FIFA 14 Ultimate Team
Without any doubt, most of us are interested in the upcoming release of Fifa 15, but until that happens, we’ll keep on using the current edition of Fifa 14.
If you follow the FIFA 14 Ultimate Team updates every week, then you will be curious to see which are the players that have made it this time.
We’re used to seeing popular names and stars in the top 11, but this time, FIFA 14 Ultimate Team gets loaded with a number of lesser known players that can become part of a quality roster.
First off, the attacking power is offered by Canales, and the team has a 4-5-1 line-up in order to offer a solid balance between attack and defensive. Of course, just like before, all the players included in the new Team of the Week for FIFA 14 can be integrated into player-made teams.
You can then use these teams to compete online with the rest of the community. This week’s selection is an interesting one, as it comes with a chemistry of only 46 out of 100, and a rating of 70.
So, here’s the starting eleven along with the substitutes:
- GK: Jonathan Orozco – Monterrey (Mexico)
- LB: Nils-Eric Johansson – AIK (Sweden)
- CB: Óscar Duarte– Club Brugge (Belgium)
- RB: Gonzalo Fierro – Colo Colo (Chile)
- LM: Geoffrey Mujangi Bia – Standard Liège (Belgium)
- LM: Hernán Darío Burbano – Tigres U.A.N.L. (Mexico)
- CM: Fernando Arce – Guadalajara (Mexico)
- RM: Adam Frączczak – Pogoń Szczecin (Poland)
- CAM: Christian Schneuwly – FC Thun (Switzerland)
- CF: Yassine Chikhaoui – FC Zürich (Switzerland)
- ST: Gustavo Canales – Universidad de Chile (Chile)
Substitutes & Reserves
- GK: Ján Novota– Rapid Wien (Austria)
- CB: Jasmin Sudić – Mjällby AIF (Sweden)
- CB: Drew Moor – Colorado Rapids (United States)
- LM: Michael Duffy – Derry City (Ireland)
- ST: Christian Gytkjær – FK Haugesund (Norway)
- ST: Olmes Garcia – Real Salt Lake (United States)
- ST: Mateusz Piątkowski – Jagiellonia Białystok (Poland)
The reason for a weaker team is that the big championships in Europe haven’t started yet, so you’ll have to wait a few more weeks for a more powerful team.