It’s been 3 months in the making, but the new FVPA site is finally ready for public eyes.
The new features include:
- Enhanced news article layout
- News ticker bar Instant access to the latest forum posts
- Socially integrated with Twitter and Facebook
- Latest real football news
On top of that, they’re currently testing MY FVPA, which will allow players to track their stats, games played, goals scored, assists etc, as well as mark whether they’re a free agent or signed for a club.
For club managers,you can create you own club page showing your clubs stats, games played, wins, draws, losses. You can also assign players to your primary squad in addition to having different squad lists for specific tournaments.
It’s still in beta, so make sure you let the guys know of any issues or niggles you find.
Whilst you’re over there, check out their interview with Gareth Reeder too.
EA have done the right thing with clubs in FIFA 12 by stalling feature development and making sure that the core of the mode works well, so this could be a huge year for clubs. That’s why you’ll need a place like the FVPA to organise and get properly involved in the clubs scene.