FM 2014 Player Profile – Nick Powell

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written by Johnny Karp



fm 2014 player profile of nick powell

Nick Powell

Age: 19

Position: MC/AMC

Role: deep lying playmaker / advanced playmaker

Club: Manchester United (on loan at Wigan)

Nationality: English

Value: £3.8 million

Price tag: £15 million (in patch 14.3.0)

CA: 130 / PA: -9 (between 150 and 180)

Nick Powell profile in 2013 (after starting new game, version 14.3.0)

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Nick Powell profile aged 26 in the year 2020

nick powell fm 2014 future profile

Nick Powell career history until 2020

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This FM 2014 player profile of Nick Powell shows one of England’s top young talents, a player that can become a very good playmaker in Football Manager 2014. Unfortunately Manchester United don’t want to part company with him at the start of the game, that’s why the asking price is prohibitive. That price might drop at some point but not by much I reckon.

Manchester United decided to keep him at the club in my test save but they didn’t give him too much first team football after a good couple of seasons on loan. That hasn’t helped his development but he still turned into a solid midfielder, good technical skills and solid mental attributes as well. He even managed to break into the England set up at some point. He’s worth keeping if you manage Man United, worth buying as well if the price drops to a reasonable limit.

Nick Powell Age: 19 Position: MC/AMC Role: deep lying playmaker / advanced playmaker Club: Manchester United (on loan at Wigan) Nationality: English Value: £3.8 million Price tag: £15 million (in patch 14.3.0) CA: 130 / PA: -9 (between 150 and 180) Nick Powell profile in 2013 (after starting new game, version 14.3.0) Nick Powell profile aged 26 in the year 2020 Nick Powell career history until 2020 This FM 2014 player profile of Nick Powell shows one of England's top young talents, a player that can become a very good playmaker in Football Manager 2014. Unfortunately Manchester United don't want to part company with him at the start of the game, that's why the asking price is prohibitive. That price might drop at some point but not by much I reckon. Manchester United decided to keep him at the club in my test save but they didn't give him too much first team football after a good couple of seasons on loan. That hasn't helped his development but he still turned into a solid midfielder, good technical skills and solid mental attributes as well. He even managed to break into the England set up at some point. He's worth keeping if you manage Man United, worth buying as well if the price drops to a reasonable limit.

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User Rating: 3.4 ( 7 votes)
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  • comment avatar Josh Thorpe December 22, 2013

    Had nick while getting promoted with wigan, averaged over 7 and with a good amount of assist and goals

    • comment avatar Johnny Karp December 22, 2013

      Not bad, he surely can be a very influential player in the Championship on the first season.

  • comment avatar Jonny Muljadi (@JonathanMuljadi) December 23, 2013

    Do you reckon hes best played as a Deep Lying Playmaker or Advanced Playmaker? Because it seems as if he can moulded into either role since hes pretty well rounded

    • comment avatar Johnny Karp December 23, 2013

      He can be just as good in both roles.

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