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FIFA 16 Spurs: Complete Guide For Career Mode

FIFA 16 Spurs – For those gamers that don’t like playing online, manager mode is their FIFA haven. A place where you can take apart any team you want, and completely construct a new one, however you please. Sometimes though, it helps to have a helping hand in explaining how to best use different teams on Career Mode. So, RealSport have devised a team-by-team guide for anyone looking to start a manager mode on FIFA 16.

A list of some other useful FIFA guides:

Complete Premier League Team-By-Team Guide For Completing Career Mode:

General Tips

  • Always choose the lenient option when selecting your ‘financial strictness’. This way you get 85% of the money that the board receives from outgoing transfers to spend on new players
  • Use the new ‘Training’ feature – even if you can’t be bothered to always carry out the drills, simulate 5 drills every week, it’s a useful way to help your players grow outside of matches


  • Transfer budget – £32.5m
  • Wage budget – £140k

What the team needs

  • A striker
  • A left-back

Who you should get rid of

A general rule here is to sell off players that are old (31+), as on FIFA, their ratings can deteriorate pretty fast, so it’s best to cash in on them while they’re still valuable. Below is the name of the players you should get rid of and the lowest value at which you should sell that player:

  • Federico Fazio – £4.8m

Total Received = £4.8m

New Budget = £37.3m

Who you should buy (with the smaller budget)

If you can, aim to sign younger players, as FIFA has this thing for making a majority of all decent young players develop pretty well, even if they don’t in real life. If you can’t sell the ‘deadweight’ players, the following are those you can sign within your original budget (£32.5m):

Name: Jose Gaya (80)

Cost: £21.5m (Valencia)

Is he worth it?

  • Definitely a better choice than Danny Rose. Still just 20, an excellent signing for any top side. Expensive, but worth it.

Alternative option – Aaron Cresswell – £9m (West Ham)

Name: Saido Berahino (76)

Cost: £9m (West Brom)

Is he worth it?

  • Does FIFA not follow the transfer moves of Daniel Levy? Apparently not. Their errors are our gain, as Berahino can be signed for a tidy fee of just £9m. You’ll definitely get bang for your buck here, even if you wish to use him a cash-cow and move him on.

 Alternative option – Nabil Fekir – £13.5m (Lyon)

Who you should buy (with the larger budget)

If you do manage to sell the ‘deadweight’ players listed above, these are the extra players you should think about signing. Each player’s rating is shown in brackets:

Name: Vaclav Cerny (66)

Cost: £1.6m (Ajax)

Is he worth it?

  • Even if you sell off Fazio, you’re not left with a massive allowance, but that’s okay. By this point, you should have most the players you need, so I’d advise signing a wonderkid like Cerny, who you can afford to let grow on the bench before using him aggressively in a few seasons time.
  • He can grow as high as 86 overall, 20 more than his starting rating of 66

Name: Nikolai Laursen (63)

Cost: £4m (PSV)

Is he worth it?

  • The Tottenham attack needs some additions, so if you recruit a sign-and-stash player like Laursen, you’ll be pleased you did in a few seasons.
  • Like Cerny, he’s another high-growth player, starting off at 63 but holding the potential to climb to 83 overall

More gaming guides:

FIFA 16:

Complete Team-By-Team Guide To Starting A Career Mode (Premier League) including:

FM 16 Wonderkids Guides

Best XI’s

FM 16 Stories

General Guides

Transfer Budgets

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