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Thread: Any experienced top eleven gamers worked out value of goalkeeper special ability?

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    Any experienced top eleven gamers worked out value of goalkeeper special ability?

    I've done a search of the forum, and it's a bit vague as to the benefits of buying a goalkeeper with a special ability, so I thought it was worth throwing it out there to the guys on the higher levels who have probably had goalkeepers with special abilities, and goalkeepers without. Is there a noticeable difference you've seen as you've played the game? About to go in to the transfer market for a goalie, and just trying to work out if for example, a goalkeeper @ 85% with say one on one ability, is as good as a goalkeeper with 95% but no special ability?

    Also training wise, how do others use the goalkeeper training type properly? As if you just use your goalkeepers you don't get a bonus, so you have to put in multiple players in to the training. Haven't quite worked out how to best maximise that training type.

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    Goalkeepers are the most corrupt in the game. Bookmakers (Nordeus) use them to control whether you win or lose.
    So you're playing one of the weakest teams in your league, you think its a walkover. NO!
    Your goalkeeper takes a bribe and runs in the opposite direction of the ball and you lose.
    And there is no way to avoid this, i tried scouts, youths, mutants/negotiations and auctions.

    You will know when it hits you. Your AM would say something like. lol
    Tough day. We didnt expect that defeat.

    Sorry my bad, that wasnt of any value. I just needed an lol moment since i had little success
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    GK isn't a key player in TE.
    Many times just represents the luck factor of the game.
    The penalties specialist sa doesn't work and the one to one works at penalties

    So don't bother much. Just have some high q GK so to contributes to the general quality of the team and forget him.
    GK training also it's not important.
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    GK with a SA is useful, just the type of SA isn't probably important. I have one GK with 1-on-1 Stopper, and the other with Penalty Stopper. The on with 1-on-1 is better in Penalty shootouts - the PK one failed to stop any in the one he's faced, the 1-on-1 saved twice in the one he had...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolgiorgos View Post
    GK isn't a key player in TE.
    Many times just represents the luck factor of the game.
    The penalties specialist sa doesn't work and the one to one works at penalties

    So don't bother much. Just have some high q GK so to contributes to the general quality of the team and forget him.
    GK training also it's not important.
    Totally agree with you Niko. Gk's are a waste of time, in fact for a joke i put a DC in goal for 10 games and I didn't concede a goal lol. SA is cosmetic in all players. Nordeus sell you a lying product for 69T and all skills are messed up and un-correctable, suggesting he has a SA but hmmmm in white skills his crossing is crap, or his freekick % is very average, or his crossing is mediocre % in skills. One on one for goalkeepers is a total joke. Goalkeepers can't even be trained in their position never mind SA.
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