FIFA 21 — How to Complete Adama Traore Player SBC
The latest FIFA 21 FUT Freeze SBC is Adama Traore. Unfortunately, EA has let the card down by not making key tweaks to go with a position change.
He’s finally here. Many FIFA 21 players have been assuming since FUT Freeze kicked off that we’d get an Adama Traore card during the promo. Today, EA has delivered. He’s been switched to left back and given important tweaks to make him viable on that side. Personally, he’s a bit expensive for a guy I would likely use as a supersub. However, it’s great to see EA updating both work rates and his weak foot to make him useable at his new position. Give him a look below.
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For some reason, when Adama’s new card dropped, EA hadn’t swapped his weak foot and kept his work rates the same as his right-winger card. At that point, I was giving this card a hard pass. Now that they’ve made those important changes though, well that changes things a bit. I still think I’ll pass on him as he won’t get in my starting lineup; however, if I was running a Premier League team, this would probably get finished.
Adama’s pace on the wing is absolutely deadly. Now, you can either have him lock down a fullback position or come off the bench for some extra juice to bomb down the sideline. I mean, you’re looking at a faster, stronger Patrick Van Aanholt at left back. Sure, Van Aanholt is tradeable, but it’s Adama. You know this card is going to be completed at a ridiculous rate. Even if just for the memes of seeing Adama covering Adama in Weekend League. Give the solutions a look below for some inspiration
You should be able to easily finish the 83-rated squad. That’s not a problem. For the 86-rated squad, the current market points toward picking up a few high-rated fodder players and then building around them. As you can see in my example, I just grabbed a few 88+ players and then mostly used 83s. Of course, check your club before going to the market. Don’t just copy my squads, instead use them as an idea of what to look for.