With all of the Ultimate Team of the Year players now on the loose and expected to be a huge commodity in FIFA 12 Ultimate Team we’ve delved deep into EA’s stat bank to bring you the lowdown on this years very best FUT players.
With TOTY players only available in packs for a mere 24 hours expect them to fetch a fortune on the transfer market. Don’t worry though if you weren’t lucky enough to find one, the release of the Team of the Year usually signifies a drop in prices for the rest of the market (especially In Form players) so hit the Ultimate Team Web App, there should be some bargains about!
If however you are in the market for an Ultimate Team of the Year player you’re going to want to see the goods before you buy so we’ve brought you their hidden In Game stats starting with defenders.
Here’s the TOTY Midfielders Full Stats and watch this space for TOTY Attacker hidden stats.
Casillas is a hero to Real Madrid fans being a rare home grown talent (he joined them at the age of 9)! With his lightening reflexes, superb agility and innate ability to pull off spectacular saves, he’s the best last line of defence you can get for your Ultimate Team.
Including the Euro 2008 and lifting the World Cup, Casillas has won almost everything there is to win in the game and will surely go down in history as one of the best goalkeepers of all time.
Former Barcelona president Joan Laporta defined Dani Alves
as “the best right-back in the entire world” when the club signed him in 2008 and it looks like he might be right.
The 28 year old Brazilian is one of the strongest and most intense right-sided players around and with explosive acceleration and pace is going to be on most peoples shopping lists for the remainder of FIFA 12.
Definitely UltimateFIFA’s pick of the TOTY Defenders.
After a spectacular failure at Manchester United in 2008 (being kept out of the first team by non other that Njemanda Vidic) Gerard Pique returned to Barcelona to a mob of angry fans still reeling from his depature 4 years earlier. Despite all that, his fortunes changed and he quickly became a key figure in Pep Guardiola’s six trophy winning Barcelona side.
Despite his lack of pace, Pique’s been a commanding presence in the Bacelona backline thanks to his strength and reading of the game.
25 year old Sergio Ramos became the youngest Spain international for 55 years when making his debut in March 2005. Since then he’s won back to back league titles with Real Madrid and lifted the World Cup with Spain cementing his place as one of the top defenders in world football.
Ramos’ strength, speed and versatility to be able to play right across the defence and in midfield make him an attractive potential addition to any ultimate team.
Virtually unknown before moving to Manchester United, Vidic is now considered to be one of the best defenders in the world. His partnership with Rio Ferdinand has formed a rock at the centre of the Red Devils’ defence for several years.
Despite injury problems the 30 year old Serbian did enough in 2011 to make the Team of the Year.
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