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There are also sweeping changes to the chemistry system. Chemistry is no longer influenced by a player's position in the formation relative to other players. This is an improvement that allows for greater variety across nations and leagues. I'm not sure if it will influence the way that people think about their strategy however it's great to know that you're able to bring in wildcard players, and also have more avenues to connect them to top division players.
The search for the perfect midfielder to get that "33" chemistry is very similar to an Squad Building Challenge now, that's a bit of a deliberate. Squad Building Challenges remain an ideal way to pass some time doing nothing, but EA's'sudoku for football fans' is best played on the app that comes with it, away from the choppy console menus.
A dark hint of the war on licensing for football to be fought, FIFA has lost the J1 League license this year, which meant no more King Kazu. This has led to a shift to an intriguing Bronze as well as Silver Australian A League team that features the fearsome striking force that is Hibs forward Martin Boyle and FIFA 23 buy Coins the aptly named David Ball.