Tottenham are on course for their best season in many, many years, but can you prove that you’re a better boss than Mauricio Pochettino on FIFA16?
The youthful Spurs squad has all the talent to make you seem like a FIFA star and a league title should not be out of your reach in your first season, whilst a Europa League victory should be a walk in the park with the quality at your disposal.
You’ll need to train your young players as much as you can, with so many that are indicated at promising at the start of your save. Whether you’re just learning your trade as a FIFA player or an experienced veteran who remembers the days of Edgar Davids as a cover star, a Spurs career can be one of the most rewarding on the game.
We give you FIVE of the best tips for your Spurs save, let us know when you’ve conquered Europe with Dele Alli as the best player on the planet..
Due to there only being a certain number of training slots available per week on FIFA16 career mode, it is vital that you look to sign players who will not need any extra nurturing.
The squad is already dominated by young promising talent that needs your careful training, so adding any more will naturally effect the development of someone else.
Buying an established star is more likely to help with the balance of the squad and this could be anyone from Daniele De Rossi to Miroslav Klose.
The young average age of the squad means you cannot afford to forget a week of training as you look to mould Dele Alli, Erik Lamela, Harry Kane and the rest to reach their extraordinary potential.
Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier and Ben Davies all begin your save with the potential to improve on their respective ratings rapidly and the full-back position could be one of real strength in depth in a few seasons.
It may well be worth testing out a diamond formation due to the lack of genuine wingers in the squad. Christian Eriksen, Lamela and Nacer Chadli can all play a good role centrally and, other than Heung-min Son, no first-team regulars have a great deal of pace.
The squad is blessed when it comes to central midfielders, so a diamond would fit nicely. Perhaps a Kane-Son strike partnership could see you push for the title.
Spurs have plenty of depth in central midfield and it is hard to justify keeping hold of Ryan Mason in a squad of such talent.
Eric Dier, Nabil Bentaleb, Alli and Mousa Dembele are all comfortably ahead of Mason in the pecking order and, signing a new central midfield player would definitely push him out of the squad.
A move for Moussa Sissoko or Lars Bender would give extra options in the midfield.
There are plenty of players in Germany that might tickle your fancy, and none more so than Karim Bellarabi.
Ilkay Gundogan could also be a target if you are looking for an upgrade in central midfield, but the Bundesliga must be the first league you look to scout.