FIFA 17 fans plead for new patch to fix two game-breaking issues

FIFA 17 gets a lot right but there are

still two issues that fans are struggling with.


Problems the recent patch doesn’t seem to have fixed.

Input delay and inconsistent AI are causing massive headaches

for the FIFA community – who are voicing their concerns on Reddit.

The thread, titled “Enough is Enough EA Remove the

input delay & random AI“, calls on the developer to release another patch to fix the issues.

Input delay refers to

a noticeable lag between a player pressing a button and the in-game character performing the action.


incredibly simple way to stop TV lag ruining FIFA 17

Inconsistent AI, meanwhile, covers everything from goalkeepers

refusing to save easy goals, to players colliding into each other and random red cards.

The Reddit FIFA forum is awash

with tons of examples from all of the above. And fans have seemingly had enough.

One wrote: “Yes its a pain in the

ass, and ea should fix it. Nice example of cod, it would be hilarious😂”

Another said: “I’ve literally

crossed the ball in, been controlling the striker who I was aiming for, but then the AI has stormed into the box with one of

my other players and scored for me with an absolutely beating header. Like what. Thanks? But theres literally n0 skill to

that. The game scores for you.

“Also players going for interceptions / blocks when you just want to run back is so

annoying. They always miss and just open your defence.”

Dream Team has reached out to EA to find out if another patch

is on the way, but is yet to hear back.

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MLS sets average attendance record in 2016 as Seattle Sounders lead all clubs on collectionfifatips

With the MLS Cup Playoffs field set, Alejandro

Moreno and Brian Dunseth analyse the fixtures in the knockout round.

ESPN FC’s Taylor Twellman expresses concern about

Seattle’s limited attacking options entering the MLS Cup Playoffs.

MLS fans attended league

matches in record numbers this season.

With the regular season now complete, data provided by MLS revealed an average

attendance of 21,692 fans per game in 2016, just beating out the mark of 21,558 set in 2015.

It marked the third

consecutive season that the attendance record had been broken, and the second season in a row that the average attendance

exceeded 21,000 fans per game. MLS has seen its attendance increase 40 percent from 2006, when its average attendance was


MLS is now the sixth-best attended soccer league in the world, behind the German Bundesliga, English Premier

League, Spain’s La Liga, Mexico’s Liga MX, and the Chinese Super League.

Eleven MLS teams increased their

attendance, but each of the top three teams saw their numbers decline. The Seattle Sounders still led the way, averaging

42,636 fans per game, but that represented a 3.6 percent drop from 2015.

Nicolas Lodeiro’s Seattle Sounders still led MLS in average attendance despite a drop

from last season.

Seattle is followed by Orlando City (31,324) and New York City FC (27,196). All

told, 10 teams averaged more than 20,000 fans per game, and 162 sellouts were recorded, one more than in 2015.


Montreal Impact experienced the largest percentage increase from 2015, moving up 16.4 percent to 20,669 thanks to an

additional game held at Montreal’s Olympic Stadium.

Toronto FC’s expansion of BMO Field saw it increase attendance

by 13.4 percent to 26,583, which was good for the fourth highest average in MLS.

At 14,094, FC Dallas recorded

the lowest average attendance in the league despite winning the Supporters’ Shield for the league’s best record, as well as

the U.S. Open Cup. The club also experienced the biggest percentage decline at 12 percent.

The Chicago Fire

(15,602) and the Colorado Rapids (16,278) had the next lowest figures in MLS.

MLS attendance figures in

2016, with percentage change from last year:

Jeff Carlisle covers MLS and the U.S. national

team for ESPN FC. Follow him on Twitter @JeffreyCarlisle.

collectionfifatips | Jose Mourinho: Man United have to be men in EFL Cup match vs. Man City

Man United were torn apart by Chelsea,

with a host of defensive errors, the FC panel address where the real issues lie.

Jose Mourinho refused to

comment on Martin Atkinson’s decision regarding David Luiz’s high challenge.

City may be better off with a pile of stones in defence and

Mourinho still knows how to motivate Chelsea in The Sweeper.

Manchester United manager Jose

Mourinho has warned his players there is “no way to hide” and challenged them to show they are “men” by recovering from

the 4-0 humiliation at Chelsea by beating Manchester City in the EFL Cup.

Sunday saw a six-match unbeaten run in all

competitions come to a comprehensive end as Mourinho and many of the United coaching staff endured a nightmare afternoon at

their old stomping ground.

Pedro’s goal after 30 seconds threw the visitors off kilter at Stamford Bridge, with Gary

Cahill, Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante all scoring as the Blues went on and handed out a chastening defeat.

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Wednesday will be the second time City boss Pep Guardiola and Mourinho have faced one another since taking up residency

in Manchester.

A swashbuckling display — despite a nervy debut for Claudio Bravo — saw City run out 2-1 victors at

Old Trafford when the sides met in the Premier League last month, with the upcoming EFL Cup fourth-round encounter at the same

venue offering both the chance to get things back on track.

Mourinho expects a reaction from his players, who are now

five points behind the top four in seventh place.

“I would prefer to play [next] in the Premier League. It’s a bad

feeling in the Premier League. With the combination of results the gap to the top is six points,” Mourinho said in an

interview with MUTV after the Chelsea match and looking ahead to the cup tie.

“We have had a very difficult period of

matches. We lost points this week and, even in the match when we played phenomenal against Stoke, we lost points then. Now we

need to win matches.

“I am not saying they are easy ones, but we have Burnley, we have Swansea, West Ham, Sunderland,

Middlesbrough — matches that we need to win and the top four, the top five, they have to play between themselves like we did

this week against Chelsea and Liverpool.

Jose Mourinho watched as his side were destroyed by Chelsea in his Stamford Bridge


“They are going to lose points too, so we are in the run, but there is no way to hide

because I think our faces speak by themselves.”

Mourinho added: “We are really, really sad, but again this is not

for kids, this is for men and … we have to be men and work for the next one.”

Former Chelsea midfielder Juan

Mata, who was introduced at half-time against his old club, says the scoreline “hurts,” but knows United can ill-afford to

wallow in self-pity.

“We must carry on. Luckily, in three days we have a very important fixture, and as from now we

must focus on this new opportunity to get better,” Mata wrote on his blog.

“It sounds like a cliche but it’s

true: when we win and everybody praises you it’s easy to be united and celebrate together, but it is now, after such a

defeat, when we must remain mentally strong and keep going.

“Together we win and together we lose.”


defender Eric Bailly suffered what a knee ligament injury when he limped off after 52 minutes, and continues to be assessed,

while captain Wayne Rooney missed the Stamford Bridge defeat because of a calf problem.

Mourinho, meanwhile, could

discover on Tuesday whether he will face a charge from the Football Association following comments about referee Anthony

Taylor prior to the goalless draw at Liverpool.

The FA has contacted the United boss for his observations, which are

being reviewed.

Ryan Giggs blasts Manchester United stars for swapping shirts after defeat on collectionfifatips

Man United were torn apart by Chelsea,

with a host of defensive errors, the FC panel address where the real issues lie.

Ryan Giggs

has criticised Manchester United players for “swapping shirts and laughing” after their 4-0 hammering by Chelsea at Stamford

Bridge on Sunday.

United legend Giggs hit out after Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Juan Mata were pictured smiling and Anthony

Martial was seen hugging France teammate N’Golo Kante at the final whistle.

The former Old Trafford assistant

manager, speaking on the Premier League TV channel, said: “You can get beat in a football match, but then when you’re

getting beat and you’re swapping shirts, that is something I don’t like.



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“If you get beat

4-0, you congratulate the opposition, you thank the supporters and then you get off the pitch.

“You don’t stand

around on the pitch swapping shirts and laughing with the team that’s just beat you.”

Pedro, Gary Cahill, Eden

Hazard and N’Golo Kante scored as Antonio Conte’s Chelsea made it a miserable return to Stamford Bridge for former Blues

boss Jose Mourinho.

Arindam is ESPN FC’s Manchester United correspondent. Follow him @ARejSport

Renato Sanches beats Marcus Rashford to Golden Boy prize –

ESPN FC’s Alejandro Moreno and Ross Dyer ponder where Renato

Sanches’ career will go after winning the Golden Boy Award.

Portugal midfielder Renato

Sanches has won the 2016 Golden Boy award ahead of Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford and Bayern Munich teammate Kingsley


Bayern signed Sanches on a five-year deal from Benfica in May for €35 million plus add-ons before the 19

-year-old caught the eye with a series of scintillating performances for Portugal at Euro 2016.

Sanches beat off

strong competition from United’s rising star Rashford and France winger Coman for the prestigious Golden Boy prize, which was

established by Tuttosport in 2003 and is voted for by journalists from 30 European newspapers.

All nominees must be

under 21, play in the top tier of a European league and can only be included if they have not already won it.

Carlo Ancelotti had recommended Sanches to Bayern before

the Italian was installed as Pep Guardiola’s successor in the summer, and he has since labelled the midfielder “a

phenomenon” and “one of the best players at Euro 2016.”

After picking up an injury at Euro 2016, Sanches is yet to

play a full 90 minutes or provide a goal or assist for the German champions, but he did enough to convince the judges to award

him the prize.

“I’m delighted,” he told Tuttosport. “This reward has global value, but I’m keeping my feet on the

ground. I still have a lot to learn, above all from my teammates in a fantastic midfield, like [Arturo] Vidal, Xabi [Alonso],

Thiago [Alcantara] and [Joshua] Kimmich.

“I dedicate this Golden Boy to my family.”

On the Champions League,

he said: “Bayern will win it, there’s no contest — they are the best team on the planet.”

Third-placed Coman, 20,

currently on loan at Bayern from Italian champions Juventus, made a total of 35 appearances, scoring six and laying on a

further 12 goals under Pep Guardiola in his double-winning debut season with the Bavarians.

The first Portuguese

player to ever win the award, Sanches is in select company. Manchester United’s Anthony Martial lifted the award last year,

while previous winners include Raheem Sterling (2014), Paul Pogba (2013), Mario Gotze (2011), Mario Balotelli (2010), Lionel

Messi (2005) and Wayne Rooney (2004).

Sanches will be awarded the prize at a ceremony on Monday in Monte Carlo.

Mark Lovell covers Bayern Munich for ESPN FC. Twitter: @LovellLowdown.

French Premier Soccer League Unveils eSports League For FIFA 17

French premier soccer league Ligue 1 is

heading into uncharted waters as the organization announced last week eLigue 1, Europe’s first professional eSports soccer



The league has partnered with EA Sports FIFA 17 for competition, making it the first time a

major professional sports league has formed an equivalent league for gaming. Each of the 20 member clubs in Ligue 1 will

sponsor two FIFA players, one for PS4 and one for Xbox One, to compete in the new eSports organization.

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The tournament will be divided into two seasons, with the winter season kicking off in

November followed by another session hosted between February and March. Winners from each season will compete in the eLigue

playoffs in May and the winner will qualify for a European League where it will square off against winners from other similar

eSports leagues from European countries, according to Sky Sports.

Didier Quillot, Chief Executive Officer of Ligue 1,

called the announcement “a great precedent in French and European sport” and highlighted the “increasing value … that

eSports is opening up in sports’ rights, ticketing, merchandising and sponsorship.”

France’s largest soccer club

Paris Saint-Germain, a club member in Ligue 1, dove further into eSports with the creation of PSG eSports as eLigue 1 was


Earlier this month, it was also reported that German premier soccer league, Bundesliga, filed trademarks for

several eSports related terms, including DFL Esport Bundesliga, DFL Virtuelle Bundesliga, eBundesliga, iBundesliga,

SportecSolutions and DFL Sportec. Based on the league’s legal action and expressed interest in eSports, it doesn’t seem

far-fetched to believe that a German eSports league might be created in the near future as well.

Luis Suarez’s FIFA 17 game face has had a drastic transformation over the past 10 years

Like all things over time, FIFA has

found a way of adapting, adopting and evolving.

Technology has thankfully allowed EA to enhance the way the game runs

and looks. The graphics in FIFA 17 are ridiculous.

But back in 2007 (which doesn’t feel that long ago), the graphics

were terrible.

And it seems as though Luis Suarez experienced the very worst of FIFA’s lack of technology, because his

game face was terrible.

The video above shows how the Barcelona star has transformed over the years – from moustache

man to… Luis Suarez.

Luis Suarez celebrates 

his goal

Luis Suarez’s face looks really realistic in real life

In FIFA 07, with a rating

of 61, Suarez looks absolutely nothing like his former self. He’s also sporting a tash, what’s that about?!


the years the Uruguayan doesn’t really improve, and it’s not until we get to FIFA 14 do we get a face that looks a little

more recognisable.

Seriously, though?

Since 2014, the Uruguayan’s game face has mirrored his scoring record and gone from strength to strength.

To be fair, anything is an improvement on that FIFA 07 monstrosity.

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FIFA 17 patched to match proper Premier League presentation, plus other tweaks

EA has finally added the new Premier

League branding to FIFA 17, by way of a patch which should auto-install when you start the game on PS4, Xbox One or PC.

The Premier League switched to all-new logos in the summer, too late for them to be included in the game – meaning pre-

match line-ups and in-game scoreboards all used generic designs. That’s all changed, with top flight English matches now

adopting a block-based – and lovely-looking – white, purple and turquoise colour scheme.


Those aforementioned team line-ups are now

much easier on the eye, and delivered like a true TV broadcast.


The chunkier fonts also serve to make

everything on the HUD a touch clearer during actual gameplay. Obviously they don’t affect things on anything more than a

superficial level, but it’s another step towards the total authenticity EA aims to deliver on the kits, badges, bells ‘n

whistles front. And, as I wrote in our review, that stuff matters.


Not bothered about presentation? There are some small

tweaks to gameplay, too. According to EA’s patch notes the AI will now “attack directly” on an increased basis, you’ll see

more errors come about from triple-tap crosses, and corner kick outcomes will be more varied thanks to revised goalkeeper

positioning and “improvements to contested headers logic”.


You can read the full list of changes, which also

include minor amendments to Pro Clubs, career mode and Ultimate Team, on the official FIFA 17 website.

FIFA 17 is out

now on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.