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84 - Champions League
4.0
Juiced up Kyle Walker
By thefilosofa, 19-10-2021

I saw a lot of different opinions in the comments and decided to test this card out. I used him in a 4-4-2 on stay back at times on balanced and even attacking. Having tested out Walker, Cancelo, Cuadrado etc, I had an idea of my preference. At this point of the game 84 defensive awareness is good enough for a full back so i stuck a engine chem style on him. I went all the way from div 2 rank 1 to div 1 rank 1 with him in my team. Felt smooth on the ball, faster than stats suggest definetly better than kyle walker for me worth the coins. He's good for defending annoying corners agaisnt CR7, Lukaku, Benzema etc. Passing is a hit or miss, judging from his perfect med/high workrates with a shadow he could be a top centre back on the game. Very strong in the air, and when tackling, not easy to beat 1v1 because of his size and jockeying. I recommend him for sure.

Strength

Aerial Ability/Jumping

Aggression

Tackling

Interceptions

Defensive Awareness

Passing

Stamina

Dribbling in heavy gameplay

Formation: 442
Position: RB
Games: 20
GPG: 0.00
APG: 0.00
4.0
Overall
4.5
Value
3.0
GC
3.0
Stamina
Pace (8/10)
Shooting (5/10)
Passing (5/10)
Dribbling (7/10)
Defending (8/10)
Physicality (8/10)
4.5
Mukiele, a French Wall!
By wokemanWILK, 23-10-2021

Mukiele can be considered one of the coin-for-coin best pickups at right-back at the time of this review. Being french, you can use him for multiple hybrids so you can get your favorite players in. Onto the player himself:


Pace - He's fast! Wouldn't consider him a cheetah, but has the pace to get down the flanks, and explosive enough to burst into the offense.


Dribbling - He is NOT a quick dribbler, but being at RB you can definitely juke out your opponent, as Mukiele keeps the ball close to his foot, and can cut through the middle for offensive counters. Think of when Zouma, Matip, or Rudiger did those crazy forward sprints in open play in the Prem.


Shooting - Not a shooter--not going to clinically finish, but has a cannon shot! (First timers, Longshots)


Passing - Will fulfill your passing needs--he can switch the field, lob, 1-2, or drive almost any passes.


Defending/Physical - These two go hand-in-hand, as he will EAT any forwards trying to get behind his flank. His strength is ridiculous, and his strength makes his great defending that much easier.


With engine, he is super reliable for me-- I can drop back anad defend, and I can burst forward and cross the ball in if needed. He is a true RB card. He is/was cheap because of Leipzig's loss to PSG, but he is still (IMO) a top 5 back in his position as of now! IMO, his price will continue to rise until better options come out.

Sprint Speed

Strength

Standing and Slide Tackles, Interceptions

Driven Passes and Crosses; Delivers lobs perfectly

He's not a close finisher

Wouldn't try a Kazooie-highlight run with him, he will occasionally do a heavy touch

Stamina could be suspect later in the game depending how much you're using him

Formation: 433-4
Position: RB
Games: 10
GPG: 0.00
APG: 0.20
4.5
Overall
5.0
Value
4.5
GC
5.0
Stamina
Pace (9/10)
Shooting (5/10)
Passing (8/10)
Dribbling (7/10)
Defending (10/10)
Physicality (10/10)
4.5
Powerhouse indeed
By Pestilence, 29-11-2021

So originally, I had bought Mukiele RTTK a few weeks ago. I got him when Nkunku's rulebreaker was released, and in all honesty I didn't think that much of him. I sold him quite quickly, and Nkunku also found the bench. Fast-forward a few weeks later and I must say, he is one of the best CB's I've used this year. I used a 3-5-2 and 5-2-1-2 in-game, both of which, Mukiele found himself in the RCB position. I also tried using him in a 4-3-2-1 in which he was decent, but this card is built for CB, I feel his dribbling/attacking abilities lack the "modern fullback" role so it's better to use players like Cancelo/Hakimi there.

  • Tackling abilities: Can easily bail you out in those tight situations
  • Movement: Extremely good to jockey with which makes it extremely hard for those agile attackers to get past him
  • Positioning: Rarely gets up the field and keeps himself close to his partners
  • Heading: This card would have been perfect if not for his heading ability. In all honesty, it wasn't that big of a problem for me as I already had Varane, Rudiger and Benzema, but we still must consider it a con as a whole.
  • Strength: Again, not a massive issue due to his body type and speed, but it's still an issue if he's up against a bulky midfielder.
Formation: 5212
Position: CB
Games: 30
GPG: 0.00
APG: 0.00
4.5
Overall
5.0
Value
3.5
GC
3.5
Stamina
Pace (8/10)
Shooting (1/10)
Passing (3/10)
Dribbling (5/10)
Defending (9/10)
Physicality (7/10)
4.0
Mukiele
By Aboode10987, 02-11-2021

I brought this guy for 44k because I wanted to try a new RB rather than Mbabu and I wanted to see if this version of Mukiele is similar to the last FIFA Rulebreakers version and the answer is yes. Mukiele is a good RB but not the best choice basically because of his body type. You can't pass from this guy if you are in 1v1 with him but he can't chase pacey wingers because of his acceleration and body type. I think he's better as a CB but unfortunately, EA had nerfed making fullbacks play as center-backs. For me, I prefer playing with faster fullbacks such as Mendy, Hakimi, Navas, etc... but if you can adapt to Mukele's body type and acceleration he's a good choice for you

1- Defending

2- Stamina

3- Dribbling (for a guy with such a body type, his dribbling is good)

4- Links

5- Physical

1- Acceleration (if a pacey winger passed from him, there is a low chance for Mukiele to chase him especially that EA made this process harder this FIFA)

2- Body Type (not the best body type for a fullback)

3- Price

Formation: 4231
Position: RB
Games: 40
GPG: 0.03
APG: 0.10
4.0
Overall
3.5
Value
3.5
GC
4.5
Stamina
Pace (6/10)
Shooting (6/10)
Passing (8/10)
Dribbling (8/10)
Defending (9/10)
Physicality (10/10)