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How to Play Pro League Soccer on Your Laptop with High FPS and Custom Control



Pro Soccer League is a sports game published by Rasu Games. This sports game brings soccer playing into your PC. Suitable for avid soccer fans, it is one of the virtual soccer games where you can compete against other leagues online. These leagues feature realistic physics, which makes the virtual soccer field like the physical one. But before you unleash your soccer skills, make sure to join a strong soccer league first.




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Your objective is to control each league member to make the ball land a touchdown. This is difficult given that the other soccer leagues are out there to defeat you. Thankfully, the game boasts friendly and easy-to-use navigation controls for you to use. With it, you can navigate your players on the soccer field well and avoid any hindrances. Do everything it takes to make your league land a touchdown and win every match.


Pro League Soccer immerses you into a sports gameplay experience. The interesting part about this game is you will control not just one player but the whole team of soccer players. It is a simulated soccer game where each league acts like real leagues in the physical world. With your management, you have the responsibility to make a touchdown. It is already competitive in the first phases so you need an excellent strategy. One suggestion is to avoid getting blocked by any member of the opponent league. Continue running, and dodging, and always aim for a touchdown.


In a monumental new chapter for North American soccer, beginning in 2023, all 47 MLS and Liga MX clubs will compete in a completely reimagined Leagues Cup: an annual, monthlong, Concacaf-sanctioned tournament. Leagues Cup 2023 will make history as the first major soccer tournament to feature every club from a pair of top-flight leagues. The MLS regular season will pause following the July 15 games for Leagues Cup play, and resume on August 20.


One problem with the previous FIFA games for Stateside buyers has been the almost laughable treatment of U.S. professional soccer. Lacking a license, FIFA 99 simply chose some American cities (without regard for whether they had MLS franchises, A-League franchises, or none at all), put them in a league, and filled the rosters with made-up players that all had below-average attributes. This year, for the first time, EA has obtained the license of Major League Soccer (the United States' first division) and has produced a game specifically for the U.S. market which includes actual MLS clubs rather than the fictitious garbage foisted upon purchasers of previous games in the series. Entitled FIFA 2000: Major League Soccer, the game box depicts D.C. United's U.S. international Eddie Pope and bears the boot-and-ball logo of MLS. The game differs from the European release in its title and in-game commentary, but otherwise it's the same game.


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Well, in a sense. Except that this exact feature has already been provided courtesy of EA's "other" soccer release, F.A. Premier League Stars. In fact, an awful lot of things that were done in Stars could have been done here but weren't, which leaves import-crazy saddos like myself to wonder why EAseems to be developing a parallel arcade footy game with different features, some of which are superior to those in FIFA 99. One such feature is the depiction of league kits. The Premiership kits in Stars are much more detailed than those in FIFA 2000. This is partially a function of the graphics engine in Stars, which seems to be more detailed at some levels than the one in FIFA 2000. Okay, the faces in FIFA might be better, but I wouldn't go so far as to say that the game's graphics are much better overall than those in Stars. The players tend to have different builds: the ones in FIFA look more like Kanu whereas those in Stars are shaped a lot like Gazza. In short, if you've played Stars, the look of FIFA 2000 won't knock you off your seat.


The second problem is with the club rosters. Many of them are just plain wrong. For example, when I went to set the lineup for my own Chicago Fire, I was puzzled by the defensive alignment: C.J. Brown, Francis Okaroh, and ... Luboš Kubik? He wasn't there. Not even as a sub. Simply missing. Yes, 1998 MLS Defender of the Year, Czech Republic defender Luboš Kubik. Luboš "56 caps/12 goals" Kubik. "The Cannon." Imagine searching the Spurs squad and finding that instead of Sol Campbell, your teamsheet only had Justin Edinburgh anchoring your defense. Another glaring error is the omission of the New England Revolution's starting goalkeeper and manager, 1990 Italian World Cup hero Walter Zenga. Sure, Zenga was released by the club in September as the team's playoff hopes faded, but this doesn't explain why so many other players who had left their clubs long before Zenga did are still there. Manny Lagos and Ritchie Kotschau, traded by the Fire to Tampa Bay for Sam George and Paul Dougherty during the summer, are still part of the Fire starting XI, as is Josh Keller, who doesn't even belong in the league anymore. In fact, if you want to play your favorite MLS club, the odds are you'll have to do some heavy editing before you're able to field any kind of realistic side. The game does have an editor which gives you the ability to edit player names, positions, and appearances, so those with more patience than I can eventually set things right. I'll be looking for custom files on download sites, thank you.


This review really covers two separate issues. One is the FIFA 2000 product as a whole. On that score, EA has come up with a winner. The league play by itself is almost worth the purchase price to me. The whole game is a nice improvement on FIFA 99, just as FIFA 99 was a nice improvement on FIFA 98. The improved graphics, the added details that make the game seem more like soccer, and of course the league/career play capability all combine to make this a worthwhile purchase. The only problem is the match commentary, which simply doesn't fit well in the U.S. version.


The other issue is the MLS license, and its appeal to U.S. soccer fans. If you're buying the game just for the MLS content, think twice. If you don't mind the non-standard league play and the questionable rosters (or are ready to spend hours with the rosters and the editor), and simply want to play the Fire on Amateur level and beat Dallas 12-0 over and over and over, then the whole package is worthwhile. On the other hand, if you were finally looking forward to playing a real MLS season using the FIFA engine, with the playoffs, MLS Cup, and U.S. Open Cup all true to life, put the box back on the game store shelf. Send an email to EA instead, asking them why they treated the license so shabbily. In the end, I'll probably end up ordering an import copy of FIFA 2000 so that I can play a game without having to turn the commentary off to avoid Phil Schoen and Julie Foudy. (The European release has different announcers, obviously.) And so I don't have to be reminded every time I open the CD case that the main reason I bought the game was also the last thing EA thought about before it went into the box.


To find out when MLS games are on, be sure to download the free Soccer TV Schedules App which includes listings of all of the live soccer matches available in the United States (available on Apple iOS devices and Android devices).


A whopping 22 of the 29 clubs that will be in the league by 2023 either play in or are currently constructing soccer-specific stadiums. Three others play in or will play in multi-sport facilities that were designed or are being retrofitted with the idea of hosting soccer in mind. All of that is creating a league where enjoyable match day experiences abound, something that should only continue as MLS builds out further.


ESPN Plus is heavily invested in global soccer, hosting LaLiga games from Spain and Germany's Bundesliga. It's also the home of some English soccer: the FA Cup, the Carabao Cup and the Community Shield, along with the EFL Championship -- which is the league below the Premier League. The company used to carry all out-of-market MLS games, but lost the package to Apple after the completion of the 2022 season.


Paramount Plus, formerly CBS All Access, gives its $5-a-month Essential subscribers access to AFC football games during the NFL season, along with some UEFA Champions League soccer, as well as most matches from the NWSL women's soccer league.


Now that I've done the 4 major American sports, there's no more low hanging fruit, since other pro sports tend to have different types of leagues. For example, consider soccer. There's multiple competing leagues, cross-league tournaments, buying/selling players, relegation... a soccer management game would be a little unsatisfying without all those features.


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