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I've been having some problems winning games lately. I still remember the time when I had a really good team that I had built up from the ground with very little money; I used to win 5:0 and I even won against a guy who had 2 informs in his possession. As I got on with my bronze team, things started getting tougher... Now I have GIANT difficulties winning against another guy's starter pack with my premium 90 pace bronze team. After a quartet of bitter 3:0 and 2:2 defeats I got really frustrated...

My question is: Does the ingame level (I'm level 19) affect the people you are getting matched with? I feel like my level is sky-rocketing although I'm not getting better. If so, How can I reset my level to have my own share of "6:0 N00B P4WN!NG"?

As I started playing, I lost 6 games, all 10:0 for my opponent. How did those people, clearly better than me get matched up with me, a noob?

Please tell me what I should do. I'm getting dangerously close to throwing the disc out of the window or putting it into the microwave and watching it burn.. :)

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

Do not underestimate the power of;

  • player morale
  • team chemistry

I have gone through the same before and noticed a couple of midfielders with either poor morale, fitness, or chemistry. Formation tweaks, & fitness/morale cards saved the day.

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It's because your players are really good and your experience level is fairly high. If you make a team that isn't 5 stars, then you will play teams that are more your level.

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Dude, i'm afraid you got that a little wrong. To escape the pressure of a good 5-star team i made a totally new one, a bronze one. – DailyDoggy Jan 14 '12 at 23:46

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