Ovr stats vs in game behaviour (example: Ter Stegen vs Fahrmann vs Neuer)

Yahoo1982
128 posts Has Potential To Be Special
Hello,
Could someone please explain how does it works that sometimes cards with much, much better stats are much worse in game than others?
I'm playing bundesliga squad (full tots + wc Tolisso) and I was looking for good goalkeeper.
I started with Farhmann (84). In the middle of teh season I bought Neuer (92) but after few weeks I exchanged him for Fahrmann.
During TOTS I've packed Ter Stegen and looking on his stats I though I've found great gaolkeeper for my team.
But after few weeks Fahrmann is my nr 1 again. Why? Let's see theis stats:
Fahrmann Ter Stegen Neuer
DIV 83 94 91
HAN 86 93 90
REF 57 96 89
SPE 38 58 58
POS 85 93 91

How the hell Fahrmann is much better in game than TS and Neuer?
He has no additional traits or special skills.
And this is example of big misunderstanding in goalkeeper's stats.
We can easily find a lot of examples in other, more critical positions.
How does it works? Or maybe doesn't work the way it should?

Comments

  • WarrenBarton
    7049 posts Big Money Move
    But he does have different traits
  • P1tch_1nvaderz88
    12811 posts Has That Special Something
    Sadly it comes down to two things when choosing a GK ...

    Tall and has "saves with feet" trait...

    According to EA , that's all good keepers need
  • krappen07
    5994 posts Big Money Move
    I remember the days when Neuer used to actually be the best gk in-game, now its only down to stupid feet trait
  • Yahoo1982
    128 posts Has Potential To Be Special
    Fahrmann don't have "save with feets" trait.

    And what about other cards? Why some player with 90 speed is much faster than other one with 94?
  • WarrenBarton
    7049 posts Big Money Move
    Yahoo1982 wrote: »
    Fahrmann don't have "save with feets" trait.

    And what about other cards? Why some player with 90 speed is much faster than other one with 94?

    He does, it’s just that trait doesn’t show on futbin etc
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