Hamza Choudhury's FUT BIRTHDAY card is rated 87, he is 178cm | 5'10" tall, right-footed England midfielder (CDM)
that plays for
with Med/High work rates.
His average user review rating is 4.5
out of 5 .
He has 5-star weak foot
and 3-star skill moves,
He does have a real face in-game. He has been used in 24,435 games with a GPG (goals per game) of 0.064.
Hamza Choudhury has 1 special cards
with ratings between 74 and 87.
The best chemistry style for him is BASIC.
He was born on 01-10-1997 and he is now 25 years old.
His real-life stats are currently 0 goals and 0 assists in 29 matches in domestic competition. He also received 8 yellow cards and 0 red cards.
His current price on FUT is 0 on PlayStation,
0 on Xbox,
and 0 on PC.
Hamza Choudhury Objectives
Anchor Man Assists
Assist 5 goals using CDMs in the Live FUT Friendly: Managerial Masterpiece
Wicked Weak Foot
Score 3 Finesse goals using players with min. 4* Weak Foot in the Live FUT Friendly: Managerial Masterpiece
Score 11 goals using Premier League players in the Live FUT Friendly: Managerial Masterpiece
Win 8 matches in the Live FUT Friendly: Managerial Masterpiece, with min. 6 Premier League players in your starting squad
Fox in the Box
Score in 14 separate matches using English players in the Live FUT Friendly: Managerial Masterpiece
First of all, I'd like to say that any criticism of this card is unjustified and I completed the objectives in less than a night. Comparing him to other CDMs in the league, Choudhury is most similar to Kante, but has more in-game stats than Kante, IF Partey and EL Ndidi so I think it's extremely fair value for money. This is not an end-game card but even if you use it temporarily and then use it as fodder it is well worth it. In-game I was surprised at how fast he was, he was tough in the tackle and dribbling and passing we're absolutely fine despite my concerns going in. The only drawback was shooting, this card is a complete DM so using him anywhere else would be pointless. I would say he'd probably work best in a midfield 3.
In Fifa 21 I've used Kanté, Makelele, Petit and Seedorf as DMs so far. And honestly, Hamza is better than all of them. He's faster than Kanté and even shows small signs of the Vieira vacuum at times. He's surprisingly quick and can recover if caught out of position which is very rare. The man just sticks his legs in everything and gets the ball somehow it's incredible.
The best part about him having a 5* WF is that you won't have those situations where the player scuffs a pass on the turn because you played it with the weakfoot which is something I noticed a bunch of times with Kanté and Klaiber (who I used to sub on as DM before I got Hamza)
Shooting (but its not really what hes supposed to be used for anyway)
After the customary 10 games, i felt like Choudhury deserved a review, based on the fact that he is fairly easy to complete, and free.
He slotted into my team nicely as a perfect link to FUT Birthday Vardy, who I was fortunate enough to pack untradeable last week. Choudhury came into a team needing a dedicated CDM to replace Veron/Neves who I had been swapping in and out.
In-game Choudhury rarely puts a foot wrong and is one of those players that just kind of flys under the radar a bit, he is very solid in the tackle and will win most of his duels for the ball on the ground, shades of Kante in that respect, with the added benefit of being able to play out of tight situations using his 5 star weak foot, I would however advise trying to dribble your way out of danger with this card as he doesn't feel that agile, nor is he fast, even with a shadow. He does a job however, and he does it well.
I would say that out of possession he sticks in his position well, but when you try to screen the pass into the striker using him, he doesn't seem to move around as freely or as quickly as say Kante does. Again by no means is he slow but he just lacks that little "something" that makes him feel truly effortless to intercept passes with while controlling him.
Overall I would say he is worth completing if you need that CDM player that isn't going to set you back coins, and easily the best in his position in terms of nation.
Having used Renato Sanches' FUT Birthday cards for the past few weekends in a row I was expecting big things from the former Brewer and current Fox Hamza Choudhury, and I was most definitely impressed. Playing as the central midfield pivot in the 4-3-1-2 formation is by no means an easy task but Hamza made it look easy; he gets around the pitch with ease and is nimble, quick, and surprisingly impressive in the air against some of the best strikers in the game like CR7 and even R9. When it comes to tackling, he is superb and wins the majority of his tackles; that combined with his very impressive strength makes for an improved and buffed-up Ngolo Kante. Whilst I'm aware this card was released months ago at the time of writing, the fact that it was released for free astounds me, to get this card for only minimal time and effort makes him 100% worth doing and if you did decide to complete him then he is most certainly not 'good fodder' in the words of Mother Aarons. To top this card off, his passing, for me anyway, was absolutely world-class; the way he could effortlessly ping a ball into Neres or Edouard really took me by surprise and further built upon his tremendously strong and trustworthy profile. After finishing the sweatiest weekend of the year 17-6 I can safely say that Hamza Choudhury has the ability to carry some of the best pro players to the neverlands of Top 100 which I am yet to and never will get to explore.
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