Striker Andy Keogh has been selected in this week’ FIFA 17 TOTW
We know that FIFA 17 has some changes in Ultimate Team mode. Players with enough skill can move up to the EA Sports FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Championship Series and the FIFA Interactive World Cup. There is a $1.3 Million prize pool on the line. A new approach to building your squad lets you create a bigger and deeper club, offers a simplified method to boost your players and gives you a better experience to manage who is on the pitch. Stay tuned throughout the season to find unique and exciting ways to make your club better.
FIFA 17 TOTW - top of the week. There will be a list weekly and 18 good performance players will be selected. And There is a new FIFA 17 Weekend League in FIFA 17 that players can earn a spot in by playing a daily knockout tournament. Weekend Leagues aren't a pickup game that you wander into, it's a competitive game mode with big rewards. TOTW cards – that’s Team Of The Week – are among the most highly sought in Ultimate Team, so naturally every Ivor Impatient wants them as soon as they’re released into the market each Wednesday.
Perth Glory striker Andy Keogh has been selected alongside the likes of Eden Hazard and Liverpool’s Sadio Mane in this week’s EA SPORTS’ FIFA 17 Team of the Week. Keogh earned a spot in the squad following his perfect hat-trick in Glory’s thrilling 3-2 win over Melbourne City last Friday night. And Keogh has some good company in the Team of the Week. The Irishman opened the scoring when he tapped in with his right foot early on, before putting the visitors back in front early in the second half with a close-range header. He then completed his perfect treble when he lobbed keeper Dean Bouzanis with his left foot to complete the upset win at AAMI Park.
As well as the pacy Mane and Belgian star Hazard, fellow Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante also made the squad for his goal and performance in their 4-0 drubbing of Manchester United. Swiss star Xherdan Shaqiri is also there for his stunning double in Stoke City’s 2-0 win in the EPL, while 17-year-old AC Milan keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma was also there for his exploits in their 1-0 win over Juventus. Keogh was also named in the Hyundai A-League team of the week for Round 3.