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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: December 04, 2010 (03:15 PM)
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It wasn't a fluke! I would score long range more often than not in FIFA '10. That's gone right out the door in '11. Dunno why.

I'm with you on the score. I liked '10 more despite the obvious advances '11 has taken. Both games have the annoyig irk of letting you scramble in lucky goals, though.

For us. For them. For you.

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Posted: December 04, 2010 (04:09 PM)
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I'm not sure if I'm right, but I heard that they tweaked the shooting in '11. Now you can use that as an excuse!

Lucky goals? More like sublime positioning from my strikers and/or absolutely clueless defending from your defence! You're just envious of my art of scoring messy goals.

We've got to have a rematch when I return home for Xmas and sort out-- temporarily or otherwise--that lag.


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