As was expected, EA Sports has this evening unveiled the latest instalment of their Team Of The Season, this time coming in the shape of not one team, but two.
The first team included in this update is formed of the best players in this year’s Dutch Eredivisie League, including players such as Kasper Dolberg, Davy Klaassen and Joel Veltman.
It also includes a whopping NINE players from newly crowned dutch Champions Feyenoord.
Here’s your full squad, which can also be viewed with updated stats in the gallery below (coming ASAP):
GK: Brad Jones – Feyenoord (Holland) – Australia
CB: Eric Botteghin – Feyenoord (Holland) – Brazil
CB: Davinson Sanchez – Ajax (Holland) – Colombia
RB: Rick Karsdorp – Feyenoord (Holland) – Holland
RB: Joel Veltman – Ajax (Holland) – Holland
CDM: Lasse Schone – Ajax (Holland) – Denmark
CM: Karim El Ahmadi – Feyenoord (Holland) – Morocco
CAM: Jens Toornstra – Feyenoord (Holland) – Holland
CM: Davy Klaassen – Ajax (Holland) – Holland
LW: Sam Larsson – Sc Heerenveen (Holland) – Sweden
ST: Nicolai Jorgensen – Feyenoord (Holland) – Denmark
GK: Konstantinos Lamprou – Willem II (Holland) – Greece
CB: Jan-Arie van der Heijden – Feyenoord (Holland) – Holland
CB: Hector Moreno – PSV (Holland) – Mexico
CDM: Andres Guardado – PSV (Holland) – Mexico
CM: Tonny Vilhena – Feyenoord (Holland) – Holland
CM: Hakim Ziyech – Ajax (Holland) – Morocco
LW: Eljero Elia – Feyenoord (Holland) – Holland
LB: Ridgeciano Haps – AZ (Holland) – Holland
CDM: Kamohelo Mokotjo – FC Twente (Holland) – South Africa
CM: Yassin Ayoub – FC Utrecht (Holland) – Holland
ST: Enes Unal – FC Twente (Holland) – Turkey
ST: Kasper Dolberg – Ajax (Holland) – Denmark
In addition to this, EA Sports has also made a second latest TOTS announcement this evening, with news of the best players from this season’s Belgian Pro League, including Youri Tielemans, Leander Dendoncker and Renato Meto.
Here’s your full Belgian Pro League squad, which can also be viewed with updated stats in the gallery below (coming ASAP):
GK: Colin Coosemans – KV Mechelen (Belgium) – Belgium
CB: Kara Mbodji – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Senegal
CB: Omar Colley – RC Genk (Belgium) – Gambia
CB: Samuel Gigot – AA Gent (Belgium) – France
LB: Ivan Obradovic – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Serbia
CM: Leander Dendoncker – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Belgium
CM: Renato Neto – AA Gent (Belgium) – Brazil
CM: Ruud Vormer – Club Brugge (Belgium) – Holland
CM: Youri Tielemans – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Belgium
LW: Jose Izquierdo – Club Brugge (Belgium) – Colombia
ST: Lukasz Teodorzyck – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Poland
GK: Frank Boeckx – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Belgium
CB: Timothy Derijck – SV Zulte Waregem (Belgium) – Belgium
CB: Nana Asare – AA Gent (Belgium) – Belgium
CAM: Pozuelo – RC Genk (Belgium) – Spain
LM: Sofiane Hanni – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Algeria
ST: Jelle Vossen – Club Brugge (Belgium) – Belgium
ST: Mbaye Leye – SV Zulte Waregem (Belgium) – Senegal
CB: Martos – Charleroi (Belgium) – Spain
LM: Henry Onyekuru – Eupen (Belgium) – Nigeria
CF: Yuya Kubo – AA Gent (Belgium) – Japan
ST: Ishak Belfodil – Standard Liege (Belgium) – Algeria
ST: Landry Dimata – KV Oostende (Belgium) – Belgium
If you’ve somehow missed the recent FIFA 17 news, then let’s bring you quickly up to speed.
EA Sports are currently releasing their customary Team of the Season squads, one league at a time which started with the three Gold, Silver and Bronze Community squads.
This first team was made up of players who consistently performed at the top level all season, but who failed to attain a Team of the Week in-form card.
Last week EA Sports released a FIFA 17 Team of the Season squad for the British Premier League, which featured four players from newly crowned Champions Chelsea, as well as four players from runners-up Tottenham Hotspur.
Manchester United, Liverpool and Everton complete the team with a player apiece, while Arsenal and Manchester City could only settle for one player each – Alexis Sanchez and Kevin De Bruyne – both on the substitutes bench.
You can take a look at the full squad by following this link: FIFA 17 BPL Team of the Season.
In addition, on Monday EA Sports released their customary 24th player as “A super Bonus SBC that rewards fans for completing special SBCs every week”
In the Premier League that means players have the chance to get themselves a 89 rated CAM Gylfi Sigurdsson card.
Soon enough EA Sports will also release their Team of the Season squads for the Bundesliga, Calcio A, La Liga, Ligue 1 and more leagues around the world.
Although the Team of the Season squad news is what’s grabbing players attentions at the moment, it won’t be long until fans are drooling over FIFA 18.
Football game rivals at Konami have already revealed PES 2018 along with several ways in which the game will look to better the FIFA 18 offering.
But for now, EA Sports has remained tightlipped on FIFA 18, but we would expect to hear something in the coming days and weeks leading up to EA’s E3 show, EA Play.
That said, fans of the game were recently shown a potential FIFA 18 “Leak” according to The Daily Mirror who first reported the news.
This video featured 24-year-old Manchester United ace, Paul Pogba, replacing Borussia Dortmund attacking midfielder Marco Reus as the game’s cover star.
However, this FIFA 18 clip, unfortunately, turned out to be a big fat fake and was actually concept art designed by Twitter user @JamescDZN.
It’s still fun to look at though, teasing a potential new menu interface, a revamped Alex Hunter Journey mode and the addition of FIFA Street, a fan favourite that’s been requested for several years, but in all likelihood won’t return to FIFA 18.
All we really know about FIFA 18 so far, is that it will also come to Nintendo Switch.