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Why do people feel the need to pace-abuse?

This is not a rant thread, I'm merely looking to find out why people would sacrifice the possibility of a great game mode in FUT (despite price ranges, which, initially I thought were a good idea but the fact that some players, like Lahm (87), Benzema (85) and Kompany (86) can be bought for just a few thousand coins has put me off the idea slightly, mostly because a player like Lahm, who is a world-class player, is worth the same amount as Kevin-Prince Boateng or Nuri Sahin, is silly to me. While the two listed certainly are decent fifa players, and would be welcomed into many teams in the top European divisions, Lahm is just simply a class above them. Anyway, back on topic.

 

Surely, if the entirety of the FIFA community collectively stopped pace abusing, the game itself would be much more enjoyable? (And no, I'm not naive enough to think that this would ever happen, as long as pace is overpowered as it has seemed to be for many years. It is just an ideal situation that would better the whole game, I think). However, it's something to consider, as there could be ways of preventing overly-'sweaty' teams, on EA's end, rather than the player base's. For example, they could implement a maximum average pace in a team, (e.g. 75) making it either impossible to go over this limit set by EA, or to apply penalties to those who do (they could reduce the amount of coins they receive for playing a game, winning a tournament etc.) in order to create a fairer, equal game. Alternatively, they could set a maximum aggregate pace stat, for example, a maximum of 750 would give a decent amount of pace 'points' to distribute among your squad.

 

How many teams do you see with fantastic players such as David Silva, Toni Kroos, Francesco Totti in them? Barely any, right?

 

But why? They have great stats, and, even though in Silva's case you can use the argument that he's set as a LM rather than a CAM, 76 pace even for a winger shouldn't necessarily be considered 'slow'. While using a player with explosive pace such as Walcott, Aubameyang, etc. may be good in certain situations, surely using a player that doesn't exploit the flaw of pace being overpowered, is not only beneficial to the whole community, but also more rewarding for yourself as you are using players that play well because you're playing well with them, rather than being able to hold down RT/R2 and just run through a whole team.

 

Currently, particularly in higher divisions/tournaments, 9/10 (arguably) teams are made purely of pace, with players like Kyle Walker, Eduardo Vargas and Alberto Moreno being put into teams ahead of players with better stats, such as Branislav Ivanovic, Edin Dzeko, Leighton Baines etc. I understand that those pacier players may be some people's preference in certain teams, in certain positions. However, surely a team full of players with a pace stat of no lower than 75 in any position ruins the game not only for yourself, as you're limiting the amount of players available to you, because in some cases, FUT-Players will not use a player with less than 75 pace, for example. But also for your opponent, other people, and the few players who actually try to play the game properly, with a team of good players, but not necessarily a team filled with pace.

 

So, why do people feel the need to pace-abuse?

Or, is pace-abusing in teams not even a problem at all?

 

What do you feel should be done to combat the 'problem' of pace-abusing, and why do people do it?

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