Special Sub-Topic: FIFA 2004
|Despite the name of the game title, in which season are the teams and players of the game in as soon as you start your career?|
2002/03 season. In every ticket shown right before you start a Career Mode match, it shows the date of the match. In the very beginning of your career, it shows 2002, which later becomes 2003 in the middle of your career.
|Who are the three best players in the game?|
Ronaldo, Christian Vieri, and Ruud Van Nistlerooy. Ronaldo is the most elite player in the game, since he has a 98 in his skill. The other two lucky ones are Vieri and Van Nistlerooy because each has a 97 in their skill. Shevchenko is the fourth best with a 96, Zidane's fifth, and Ronaldinho's ninth. Rivaldo is not even close.
|There is only one team in the entire game that allows you to put any player as a goalkeeper, except the substitute keeper himself. In which league is this team in?|
Norway. You can find out which team! It won't take you much. I recommend you to go to Player Swaps and swap any cool player that you like for any player. Later, put him as a goalkeeper.
For example, swap Zidane for any player in Molde BK (darn, I just gave you the name of the team) and put Zidane as a goalkeeper. It's very funny.
|How many Venezuelan players are there in the game?|
2. Dundee's Jonay Hernandez and Los Angeles Galaxy's Alejandro Moreno are both the Venezuelans in the game.
|One of the worst leagues in the game is the Danish Superligaen because none of their players from the 12 teams aren't even close of reaching 70 in their skill level. Who's the closest?|
Jakobsson, Brondby. Jakobsson is crowned as the best in his league with a 67 in his skill. Jonson has 60, Mykland 63, and Nielsen 64. Despite looking low, all of the above are the strongest in their leagues.
In real life, Jakobsson is a Swedish international starter, while Jonson is a Swedish international substitute. Mykland was a former Norway international. I have no information about Nielsen.
|The creators of the game have completely excelled their skills with the player's graphics. From the strongest to the weakest, players look like themselves. Which is the weakest player in the game that looks like his real self?|
Martin Jorgensen. Jorgensen has an awful 38 as an average with his club Udinese in Italy.
Jorgensen is really a Danish international, but in this game he was excluded from the national team. It's a mistake that offends any Danish player.
|If you were to create a squad with only players who have their skill level over 90, who would be your substitute goalkeeper?|
Dida, AC Milan. Oliver Kahn would be your starter, with a 94 in is skill. Dida has a 92, but when you play with him in the Brazilian national team he has an 80. Carlo Cudicini would be your reserve goalkeeper since he has a 90, and Lehmann a fourth choice because he has an 87.
|Who has the best pace in the game?|
Roberto Carlos. A 100 in pace level makes him the fastest player in the game.
|Who is the best player in the Italian 2nd division?|
Zola, Cagliari. Zola, despite being in an extremely weak place, he's got an 82 of skill, making him the strongest in his league. Zampagna was close, with an 81. The others aren't worth saying.
|Everybody knows Manchester United's Ronaldo is a wanna be of Real Madrid's Ronaldo, but do you know who Rivaldo's wanna be is?|
G.K. Rivaldo, Venezia. The Santos' R. De Souza is really called Roubinho de Souza, so don't confuse him. Rivaldinho is made up, so don't confuse him with Rivelino, one of the many Brazilian legands. FC Porto's Carlos Alberto's middle name isn't Rivaldo. No offense to any Ronaldo or Rivaldo in the game.
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