I realise I may not have made it clear at first – this article refers to players’ stats after the winter update.
Moving on now to full backs, and the article on right backs. Plenty of choice here, from attacking full backs to those who can easily slot in at centre back when needed, and everything in between. My recommendations are:
- Ashley Richards
- Alessandro Crescenzi
- Sam Magri
If you like playing with attacking full backs, then Ashley Richards is your man. Not only can he cross and dribble, but he has 3 star skills moves (rare for a full back), so he’ll be able to beat defenders on his forays forward. But he can also defend, so he’s not just a mispositioned winger. Out of all the attacking full backs, he is definitely my favourite.
If you need a more defensive-minded right back, however, then you should go for Alessandro Crescenzi. All his physical stats are pretty balanced, meaning that as he develops he’ll not only be quick, but strong and good in the air as well. His attacking and defender stats are very well balanced too, and he’s even relatively good at passing and long shots. He’s a very well-rounded player, and this flexibility is a key strength, allowing you to have him fill in at centre back if needed, or perhaps even at defensive midfield if the opportunity buy xanax without rx arises. For all that, £725,000 is a very modest asking price indeed.
Finally, £450,000 for a player with a future as bright as Sam Magri is peanuts. Don’t be put off by his low OVR; since he has a lot of growing to do, this will rapidly increase. His strong weak foot means that you can also put him at left back if required. Portsmouth will be reluctant to let him go, but try a loan-to-buy offer in the first January transfer window and you could see him join your club for much less than you’d pay for other full backs with lower potential.
These figures refer to the winter update stats. As always, please bear in mind that these figures may not be exactly the same on your game. These stats are taken from my own personal experiences, but are likely to be very similar to those on your own game. The best thing to do is to make sure you keep checking these players, as their prices may change radically after a while.
Players are ordered by potential, then cost, so it should be pretty simple to find someone who meets both your budget and ability/potential requirements.
Finally, if you’ve had any experiences of good players’ prices changing wildly (especially if their price drops), please post it in the comments!
So, without further ado, here are the players:
|Pos||Name||OVR||Pot||Age||Cost (£)||Wages (£)||Club||Foot||Weak foot *||Skills *||Specialities/Traits||Notes|
|RB||Ashley Richards||63||79||20||725,000||4,000||Swansea City||Right||4||3||Flair|
|RB||Elliott Hewitt||54||79||17||775,000||5,000||Macclesfield Town||Right||3||2|
|RB||Bienvenue Basala-Manzana||63||76||19||650,000||4,000||SV Ried||Right||4||2||On loan from 1. FC Köln|
|RB||Oh Jae Suk||61||75||21||475,000||4,000||Gangwon FC||Right||3||2|
|RB||Danny Da Costa||65||75||17||925,000||5,000||Bay. Leverkusen||Right||3||3|
|RB||Ibragim Tsallagov||64||75||20||1,000,000||5,000||Krylya Sovetov||Right||2||2|
|RB||Carl Winchester||58||74||18||300,000||2,000||Oldham Athletic||Right||3||2|
|RB||Semyon Fedotov||58||74||19||325,000||4,000||CSKA Moskva||Right||2||2|
|RB||Jores Okore||54||74||18||800,000||3,000||FC Nordsjælland||Right||3||2|
|RB||Chris Solly||65||74||20||925,000||5,000||Charlton Athletic||Right||3||2|