FM 2013 Player Profile – Tony Vilhena

FM 2013 Central Midfielders

written by Johnny Karp



Tony Trindade de Vilhena

Tony Vilhena

Age: 17

Position: AMC

Club: Feyenoord

Nationality: Dutch

Value: £400 K

Price tag: £5.5 million

Tony Vilhena profile in 2012 (after starting new game, patch 13.3)

fm13 player profile, vilhena2, 2012 profile

Tony Vilhena scouting report from Cagigao of Arsenal

fm 2013 tony trindade de vilhena scout report

Tony Vilhena profile aged 24 in the year 2019

fm 2013 tony trindade de vilhena future profile

Tony Vilhena career history until 2019

fm 2013 tony trindade de vilhena career stats

This FM 2013 player profile of Tony Vilhena shows a very talented Dutch wonderkid, a player that becomes one of the best attacking midfielders in the future. I admit I didn’t know anything about this lad before finding him in FM 13 and it was quite a nice surprise. His potential is very good at the age of 17 and even though he won’t slot into a top flight right away I still think he’s a steal at 5.5 million.

In my test save he developed very well and moved to Schalke for a staggering 18.75 million fee. He is a pure attacking midfielder and one that could score a lot of goals if employed in the right tactic. He develops great technique, exquisite passing and dribbling, top notch physical attributes and also a brilliant work rate. So I reckon he’s a good buy either for developing for your own team or for selling for a tidy profit in a few years.

Best buy rating: 9/10

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henlaz
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finding it difficult to view the screenshots, could you repost them please

Alexander Tommos
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He and Adryan Developed very similar for me, think I will have better screen shots of him in a season or two

Tot
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do you think he can be trained to be a striker ?

pedro
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this kid could be a lot beast with the proper management. Sure he looks amazing, and he didn´t had quiet the opportunities in feyernoord, and that is amazing because the way he developed with out game time. and of course when he joined schalke he probably grown a bit.

henlaz
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johnny, thanks for doing the screenshots,
quick question about trequartista’s, I’m copying your barca tactic.. I have a sole player up front as a trequartista.. does that player have to be striker or can they be an amc that can play trequartista.. fyi I@m playing classic mode so retraining isn’t possible.. thank you

henlaz
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yeah, I tried this out last night when the AMC wasnt happy in the striker role I dropped him back into midfield and left no-one up front (well if its good enough for Spain I thought).. it wasnt a complete disaster but it left no-one in the box a number of times.. must remember to find the player to fit the tactic!

Brucey
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He grows so much between the two screenshots that even his name grows!

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