It has been confirmed via this tweet from Estudiantes official account that the former Manchester United player, Juan Sebastian Veron, will take part in the FUT 17 Legends lineup in the next FIFA.
Well it certainly looks that way after Argentinian club side Estudiantes de la Plata tweeted the above image of Veron as a FUT 17 Legend. This image of course adds further credibility to the previous FUT 17 Legend leaks, which which also show the same item design as we see here.
There’s nothing official from EA as yet, but we’re likely to get the entire roster of new FUT 17 Legends revealed in the run up to Gamescom next week.
The former central midfielder will be the third Argentine Legend in EA Sports FIFA after Hernan Crespo and Javier Zanetti and will have a rating of 88.
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This is my favorite way to take a long free kick. I don’t think I’ve ever seen an opponent try it, and I rarely see it mentioned anywhere.
It gives the keeper problems no matter how far out it’s taken from, as I’ve never seen one caught or even parried effectively.
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The shot will either go in off the keeper, or be blocked but only roll about 5 yards away, leaving an excellent chance at a rebound goal.
To perform it, hold L1, and the direction of the left stick is: backwards (down) and towards the kick taker’s strong foot (so down right for a right footed player.
The power should be around 3/4 or slightly more.
The kick will stay low, and because there’s almost no spin, it will ‘wobble’ unpredictably. if you could trace its path, you’d see a squiggly line when viewed from above.