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FIFA 16: World Class and Legendary
The difficulty might be too hard for you then. fut16coin gets that most players get stuck somewhere between Profesional, World Class and Legendary and that it's not the most dynamic but you should select a difficulty at which you can do decently against teams of a similar standard. You should expect League 2 teams to play like Barca if you're a League 2 team and if you're City or something, you still shouldn't be expecting to win every game. If they are, move the difficulty down. None of the EPL teams should be guaranteed first place year in, year out unless you restart matches till you win.
Top four, like in real life, is quite a decent finish. If you're in the current top four, perhaps then you'll aspire for the league or second but just finishing inside the top four is okay. And like in real life, if you finish consistently there without showing progress (i.e. stagnation), you'll probably be fired after a while because the club feel that they can push on further.
Look at someone like Rodgers. Fifa is tough but so is real life; people can't really figure out if they want a game or a simulator. There are a few phases when it comes to getting used to the gameplay and if you've properly got it, you shouldn't be feeling that League 2 teams are playing like Barca if you're playing with a top team.
It's typical PES career mode to be honest but the gameplay has improved a lot. I play on the highest difficulty and when you play a hard team you can tell the difference.
There's more tactical depth involved that you can decide on too and it makes a difference to buy cheap fifa coins. I usually play with low teams, try to make good transfers and get them promoted while finding players that turn into stars.
I´d seriously fear for my sanity. Lets face it, they have an immense stadium, a great fanbase, a wonderful coach, play great football and are probably the sexiest club out there right now (yes I said it). And yet deep down they know, almost all of the players they´ll make big will eventually leave. ...and I´m not even talking about the past (Lewa, Götze, prime Sahin) or the present (Gündogan, Auba, Reus? Miki?), but about players like Weigl as well (whose likely on every clubs scouting list). Must be extremly frustrating..
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