Difference between revisions of "Unpredictable"
Latest revision as of 22:15, 11 November 2020
For this reason, the use of this type of player has always been controversial. At least, the unpredictable is totally immune to atmospheric events.
- Unpredictable Goalkeepers
- Keepers can use their passing skill to send an unexpected long pass from which a forward or winger from your team can get a chance to score. With higher passing skill the chance on this increases. They have no risk of suffering negative unpredictable events.
- Unpredictable Backs
- Defenders can send unexpected long passes. They can also create an unexpected opening pass. This works similarly to the long pass but a failed chance can result in an opponent counter-attack. Unpredictable defenders can also suffer an unpredictable mistake, the success rate of which is based on their defending and experience levels as well as the opponent winger or forward skills.
- Unpredictable IM
- Inner midfielders can send unexpected opening passes. They can also generate the unpredictable scores on his own special event in a one-on-one against the opposing keeper, which may also result in an opponent counter-attack if unsuccessful. They can suffer unpredictable mistakes.
- Unpredictable Offensive
- Wingers and Forwards can generate both the unpredictable opening pass and unpredictable scores on his own events. While they can not suffer from unpredictable mistake events, they can cause an unpredictable own goal event. A higher passing skill and a higher keeper's goalkeeping skill can lower the chance of a scored goal from this event.
Unpredictable players boost Play Creatively tactic and experience and passing will be important to them.
When an opponent plays with man marking order, an Unpredictable player will be harder to man mark than others, since you cannot predict him.