Banter For Days – FUT FM Episode 04

This week, the banter gets too real, Elis attempts to justify the “shush” celebration, Valerio gets angry and curses for the second episode in a row in what can only be described as the most beautiful triggering of all time, Nelly contradicts himself, and Goran is just 100% perfect as usual…

FUT FM Barcelona Meme

Oops, The Weekend League

Early on in the episode we talk about the possibility of the Weekend League ending, but it’s actually going to continue! The new rewards have been announced and people are understandably upset as old (and arguably not as useful) cards are being recycled.

Ball Clearing Debate

Do you clear the ball with shoot or cross? Let us know on Twitter, because we debate the merit of each on this episode, and it gets a little feisty, hehe.

FIFA Players Kind Of Hate FIFA (?)

After polling over 3400 FIFA players, the data is somewhat surprising! We go over some of the most interesting questions and preview the full analysis. Do most people think FIFA cheats them? Is high pressure overpowered? Find out in the full analysis.

Connection Conspiracy

In his quest to consistently get 5 bar matches, Valerio has noted some pretty significant differences between playing out of North/West Europe vs Southern Europe. Is it possible that a footballing powerhouse like Italy doesn’t get its own servers? Why does Valerio keep getting matched with other continents? The mystery continues to grow.

The Potential Of FUT Draft

A listener question spawns a discussion about how amazing FUT Draft could be… and how the mode currently receives no love and is full of gameplay altering glitches. Will we see an update to this mode in FIFA 18? Will draft tokens still be a thing?

By the way, if you missed the episode in which A MONITOR GETS PUNCHED, be sure to tune in over here.

In this episode: drpoplove (Goran), Italian Stallion (Valerio), Nellygotbored (Nenad), and Chappers (Elis). Thanks for listening, and we’ll be back next week!

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