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JOSEF MARTíNEZ - TOTS FIFA 20 Prices and Rating

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Name Josef Martínez
Club club Atlanta United
Nation nation Venezuela
League league Major League Soccer
Skills 4
Weak Foot 4
Intl. Rep 1
Foot Right
Height 170cm | 5'7"
Weight 69
Revision TOTS
Att. WR High
Def. WR Med
Added on 2020-06-01
Origin TOTSSF-MLS
R.Face
B.Type Short & Lean-
Age 29 years old
ID 207877
Club ID 112885
League ID 39
Pace
99
Acceleration
96
Sprint Speed
99
Shooting
95
Positioning
99
Finishing
99
Shot Power
97
Long Shots
79
Volleys
90
Penalties
95
Passing
80
Vision
76
Crossing
69
FK. Accuracy
74
Short Passing
90
Long Passing
72
Curve
89
Dribbling
95
Agility
99
Balance
99
Reactions
97
Ball Control
95
Dribbling
91
Composure
90
Defending
40
Interceptions
32
Heading Accuracy
99
Def. Awareness
32
Standing Tackle
32
Sliding Tackle
24
Physicality
89
Jumping
99
Stamina
87
Strength
90
Aggression
80
Physical
Mental
Skill
Chem. Style
0
Base stats
In game stats
Seasonal Stats
ico
26
Matches
ico
9
Goals
ico
4
Assists
ico
0
O.Goal
ico
0
Yellow
ico
0
Red
ico
14
Sub in
ico
2
Sub out
Upcoming Matches
ST
96
RW
91
LW
91
CF
93
RF
93
LF
93
CAM
90
CM
81
RM
89
LM
89
CDM
64
CB
59
LB
63
LWB
66
RB
63
RWB
66

Josef Martínez's TOTS card is rated 94, he is 170cm | 5'7" tall, right-footed Venezuela striker (ST) that plays for Atlanta United in Major League Soccer with High/Med work rates. His average user review rating is 4.5 out of 5 . He has 4-star weak foot and 4-star skill moves, He does have a real face in-game. Josef Martínez has 2 special cards with ratings between 81 and 94. He was born on 19-05-1993 and he is now 29 years old.

His real-life stats are currently 9 goals and 4 assists in 26 matches in domestic competition. He also received 0 yellow cards and 0 red cards.

His current price on FUT is 102,000 on PlayStation, 118,000 on Xbox, and 160,000 on PC.

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5.0
The Pit bull (Josef Martinez)
By Bruvm8, 02-06-2020

Josef Martinez!! Should be called Jesus Martinez but whatever. His POTM card was one of the best meta strikers at the start of the game. So I purchased this guy with the same thought he would be banging goals in. His POTM card had 3 star skills though which was upgraded in this card which is amazing. Now his ability to dribble through your opponents defense is even better now. His shooting is ridiculous, I dont remember a single shot which was not in the back of the net. His pace is unstoppable, he is like mbappe but feels faster because of his height maybe. But the one thing that stood out to me was how he never lost the ball. That 80 aggression feels like 99. The defender would take the ball away from him but he would just grab the ball and go through the defender seemingly. Overall for about 500k he is definitely worth every penny and is an absolute bargain. He would still be worth it for 1 million coins. This card is fantastic and I recommend you pick him up if you have a few icons to link him with.

-PACE

-Shooting (Never misses).

-Dribbling

-Strength/Aggresion

-Agility and Balance

-4 star 4 star

-Links

Formation: 4231
Position: ST
Games: 7
GPG: 2.57
APG: 0.71
5.0
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
GC
4.5
Stamina
Pace (10/10)
Shooting (10/10)
Passing (9/10)
Dribbling (10/10)
Defending (7/10)
Physicality (10/10)
5.0
The best striker I've used this FIFA
By ScottlaFlame, 08-06-2020

I usually don't write reviews but I decided to do this one to hopefully help some of you. I'm a bang average Fifa player. I don't play fut champs because I prefer rage-free gameplay so I'm playing rivals in 4th division which I find pretty competitive. I got lucky this year and packed my first ever TOTY and it was Messi, so throughout this Fifa I've had lots of coins to try out different players, among strikers I've used the likes of moments Dalglish, moments Butra, moments Henry, baby Cruyff, tots Aguero, tots Suarez and many many others and Martinez is by a mile better than any of them and is 10 TIMES cheaper than most of them. The guy has just scored hat tricks in 3 consecutive games for me. I've played 10 games with him and he had 22 goals and 5 assists and he was on 9 chem also but I don't think he can get any better. The guy feels so responsive, his positioning and off the ball movement are amazing, the pace is great. I'm using him with basic chemistry style which gets him to 95 strength and he can push of massive defenders sometimes and that got goals for me many times. The stamina could be better though, he feels tired at the and of the second half and if you play fut champs you will have to sub him off if it gets to the extra time. And now we get to his best part - shooting. The guy is monster, he has 99 position 99 finishing and 97 shot power which also goes to 99 with basic chef style, he scored goals from terrible angles, off the balance, first touch - no problem. Also It feels like EA just forgot to write down finesse shot into his traits because it definetly feels like he has one. Weak foot also feels like a 5*. Anyways value for coins I think this is the best card in Fifa. If you have enough icons to fit him into the squad try him out, or use him as super sub but he deserves to be in the starting 11 trust me.

  • Pace
  • Dribbling
  • Strength
  • Positioning
  • Shooting
  • Stamina
  • Linkability
Formation: 442
Position: ST
Games: 10
GPG: 2.20
APG: 0.50
5.0
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
GC
4.5
Stamina
Pace (10/10)
Shooting (10/10)
Passing (8/10)
Dribbling (10/10)
Defending (5/10)
Physicality (10/10)
4.5
The MLS Power!!!
By Nickez, 10-06-2020

I got him in Red and first i was mad, but now im fucking happy. He is so OP. If h have the Ball, it is in the Goal. Very fast ans strong shots.

Pace

Shot

Dribbling

4* Skills

Long Shots

Formation: 4231
Position: CAM
Games: 30
GPG: 1.27
APG: 0.30
4.5
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
GC
3.5
Stamina
Pace (10/10)
Shooting (10/10)
Passing (7/10)
Dribbling (9/10)
Defending (5/10)
Physicality (10/10)
4.5
Josef Martinez
By anam10, 10-06-2020

I got Martinez in my elite 3 red picks which is useful as I was going to buy him anyway. I played my final weekend league with him up front in a 433 and he was insane. I previously had Crespo moments upfront and I had changed my playstyle to suit a less agile striker so initially, when I got him I struggled to score goals with him but after about 5 goals of rivals I had understood how to use him and his pace/agility matched with his strength/shooting makes him an unbelievable striker. He's shooting his insane and he can generate so much power in his shots even from standing still or weird angles. Another thing I liked about him is that even though he doesn't have the finesse shot trait he score absolutely ridiculous finish shots and with his power he can do it anywhere outside the box. I didn't really have any problems with his weak foot as the chances I got on his weak foot were pretty easy to score. He ended up scoring 37 goals in 29 games and got me Elite 3

  • Extremely Fast
  • Shooting with both feet
  • Dribbling
  • Forward runs
  • Shot power
  • Outside the foot shot trait


  • Height doesn't win too many headers
  • Sometimes when turning takes a massive touch
Formation: 433
Position: ST
Games: 29
GPG: 1.28
APG: 0.34
4.5
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
GC
5.0
Stamina
Pace (10/10)
Shooting (9/10)
Passing (8/10)
Dribbling (10/10)
Defending (5/10)
Physicality (8/10)
5.0
HELL YEAH
By Scoregg, 04-06-2020

I got him in my guaranteed MLS pack, thinking I would get the shit chilean cb or the goalkeeper, but no, I got the best one available, apart from tevez. I went insane, because actually he is the most expensive player I have packed in my life, excluding the red picks where I got 97 messi. Played some matches with him, and in the first ball he got he scored, with just one heel to heel and outside of the foot shot near post, outside the box, top corner, a goddamn long shot. I was so impressed but I thought "all new players are amazing the first few matches and then they die". But I have played 25 matches with him and he is still amazing me, most consisntent player I have used this year after TOTS visca, my elite super sub. Martinez has the spark that not all strikers have, he is the perfect target man, with his 99 positioning, 97 acceleration, 80 aggression, he is always where he is supposed to be. Great short pass, decent long pass, average long shots, with maestro chem style. Perfect finishing, outside of the foot shot trait........ the list goes on and on

Strength

Pace

Dribbling

Short passing

Finishing with shot power

Trait

Stamina

Positioning

4 StAr WeAk FoOt

4 sTaR sKiLlS

lOnG pAsSiNg

Formation: 4231
Position: ST
Games: 25
GPG: 1.00
APG: 0.16
5.0
Overall
4.5
Value
5.0
GC
4.5
Stamina
Pace (10/10)
Shooting (10/10)
Passing (8/10)
Dribbling (10/10)
Defending (5/10)
Physicality (10/10)
3.0
Josef Martinez -- Is he worth it?
By jasonqh19, 05-06-2020

So, first I'd like to say that the star ratings are completely disregarded here as I do not find them an acceptable way to gauge a player's value. To those who simply looked at the lackluster star rating, felt dis-encouraged by it, and promptly left--I'm sorry. Also, this will not be short, as I have not nailed brevity well. If you feel like you should not invest a ton of time in reading a Futbin review, I completely understand.


Imagine you’re winning 2-0 in the 70th minute in a game of Weekend League. Now, this game is still in the balance, as we all know, and your opponent is no slouch. If you lose focus, this game can spring alive once again—and it doesn’t help that he’s just subbed on his 84 Ryan Kent and his Red Adama Traore. At the same time, your opponent is pushing forwards and maybe even has thrown on team press in order to salvage the game. It’s sort of working, so you pause and sub on a few players.


One of those players is 94 Josef Martinez, your new closer. Just a few minutes later, he’s given room to run and bursts through the back line, forcing Eder Militao onto the ground and fashioning a one-on-one opportunity with Marc-Andre Ter Stegen. Martinez ball rolls smoothly around him, and finishes both the chance and the game.

                                                                                                                                              

In these exact situations, Martinez is a holy savior. The kind of player who ends close games in style. Over 10 games with him being subbed on in the 65th minute, he scored 8 goals in Div Rivals div. 1. This is the catch, though, over those 10 games, the only games he didn’t score in were games where the score was either equal or I was losing. This is because the opponent would drop back far more and Martinez’s greatest attribute, his combination of strength and speed, could not be exploited fully. I also played an additional 5 games with Martinez in the starting lineup, and I was not surprised to see that he only scored 3 goals—each one of those goals coming after one of his teammates had already opened the game up with a goal for themselves.


This is the issue of the Martinez card—one that I believe is only viable as a super-sub in high-level FUT Champions play. Without the requisite passing or weak foot rating to be a fox in the box, he will be somewhat muted in games that are more equal than not.


Now, this is a conclusion, so read the pros and cons first if you would. For the 400k price tag, you might very justifiably think “I need someone who is more than a super-sub,” and if you’re at the point in the game where you’re looking at super-sub options and your budget is 400k, you’re probably doing pretty good for yourself, and already have a slew of options that you know better anyway. And, on top of that, Martinez does not appear to be a super-sub on the Kent variety where he can swing 2 or 3 goals and win you a game. However, I have every confidence that Martinez is one of the game’s greatest closers. One of the only players who can appropriately leverage his strength in the right body type to be meta for this year. His long touches forward are nearly unbeatable, and he has every ability to stop on a dime and finish, along with being impervious to the dreaded heavy touch right into the goalkeeper which seems to afflict so many of FIFA’s greatest strikers. At the same time, he has a touch of toxicity that is almost undeniable in this card. His default pat-down celebration (which I triggered several times while trying to skip my celebration on accident, promptly feeling like a douchebag), his ability to pop up in the perfect spot for an awful rebound, and his general ability to bully even the greatest defenders in the game when they’re on 60% stamina, this all makes Martinez a super-sub that will be hated completely. Thankfully, due to his price tag and the seeming rarity of his Red/Guaranteed drop rate, we probably won’t have to experience the reality in which everyone has a Martinez quite like the one where everybody has a Kent. However, this card is uniquely suited to his closing pedigree and seeing him be subbed on may be enough for players to switch off the team press and play deeper in their own half, even when they’re losing. Not only can Martinez be one of FIFA’s best closers, he can also be one of its best deterrents as well.

Pace – Rapid, but mostly because he’s playing against very tired players. Eder Militao, 94 Maldini, 95 Thiago Silva, Wan-Bissaka, 96 Sergio Ramos and 97 Varane—these are all players who I personally recorded as having been shoved to the ground by Martinez. I specialized, with him, in a long touch belted up the field. For most players, the center back will force his body into the dribbling lane and the chance will be over. Unfortunately for my opponents, Martinez would not be denied and that center back was either being beaten for strength or would fall over. On 17 attempts where I tried this exact technique, 6 ended in my opponent’s center back being knocked over and 9 ended in Martinez simply outpacing some of FIFA’s finest. I’ve had opportunities where instead of going out wide to two center backs narrowly spaced in the midfield, Martinez simply went through the two, to the surprise of my opponent.


Shooting – What would be the point of pace if he couldn’t finish? The man is, surprisingly, better at crafting chances himself than he is finishing off chances given to him by teammates. I find that he only seriously got open on rebounds or when he burst through the defensive line by himself. If this sounds disappointing, I will say again that Martinez should only be used in situations where you understand that you can do this to your opponent. Martinez is the greatest fulfiller of this role that I’ve used so far. Surprisingly, his outside foot shot trait was not used once for any of his goals, mostly because the vast majority of goals I scored with him were achieved by rounding the keeper. Again, I don’t feel like Martinez is ideally suited to finding space for himself inside the box when the defense is settled. I scored a few nice goals off of dragbacks from his shot, but the pure terror of a Ben Yedder or Eusebio is not present. As a result, I also had no problems with his weak foot, simply because all of his chances didn’t require it.


Dribbling – Tight and responsive. 95 dribbling is a fair summation of this card. You won’t feel like Neymar or Messi with the ball glued to your feet in close-control situations, but ideally you will not force Martinez to close control a lot in game. His dragbacks feel good but don’t feel nearly as threatening as some top-tier players and lacking either 5 star skill moves or 5 star weak foot means that against settled defenses he may have issues. I mean it when I say that, if you’re losing or drawing a game, then a different super sub may be better suited to the situation.

Passing – Unfortunately, I found Martinez’s passing to be somewhat slow, and his ability to assist in build up play is somewhat hampered by the fact that he’s constantly trying to be an attacking spearhead. He is only O.K. at recycling play, and I found that sometimes his passes were improperly weighted even when they were quite simple. It’s important to note (though not a be-all-end-all summation of his passing ability) that he did not get an assist while I played with him.


Celebration – This is more of a soapbox soliloquy, so skip if you don’t care. Martinez’s default celebration is the pat down, point. I’m sure you know it because of how much it pisses you off. I try to skip all my celebrations but sometimes the default is played by accident. As a result, Martinez goes off a does that stupid celebration, forcing me to text the player after the game, apologizing. I think this is a strong negative, though clearly it doesn’t ruin the card. If you read this now thinking “Oh I like that” then please don’t be toxic to people. This game all affects our mental health severely and I will say that, for myself, no-one is ever justified in being toxic even if it’s in retribution. We need to all be better to each other in this game. I find that even toxic people generally think they are justified in what they’re doing—it’s not like they just like to cause destruction. Those people need to be better too but you don’t need to go about aggravating the situation, it is never a moral good to intentionally go out and harm or frustrate someone. Skip your replays.



Formation: 4231
Position: ST
Games: 15
GPG: 0.87
APG: 0.00
3.0
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
GC
3.0
Stamina
Pace (5/10)
Shooting (5/10)
Passing (5/10)
Dribbling (5/10)
Defending (5/10)
Physicality (5/10)
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