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But he isn't quite in tune with his FIFA 15 ultimate team. Then again, some of the FIFA plays by FIFA players on this FIFA 15 ultimate team for 3+ years also weren't in tune. There is a slight dysfunction in the squad. It is not a dramatic thing like FIFA players refusing to pass to each other, it is instead a case of "I thought you'd know my thoughts." This is not the Borg.They do not have the advantage of a TV camera tower view. They are FIFA players with eyes at field level. This creates problems in perception and still Seattle scores FIFA goals. They make magic happen. Greatness is there for the taking and it only takes one moment, because that's how close they are - one moment.Defensively (let's be honest defense doesn't get respect), Patrick Ianni's two amazing clearances deserve the label as "saves." Ianni had the footwork, positioning and clearances necessary to be a FIFA player worthy of worship. His FIFA game was pure and clean. Adam Johansson also stopped some "should be a FIFA goal" moments. Michael Gspurning was the Three-Headed Dog.This is not a "bend but don't break defense," this is a "we'll take risks and when we're right you are finished" defense. Seattle attacked out of their boldness. There were issues on their own end. It didn't matter. They made the saves that mattered. They also used the defense to spring attacks. They teeter on the verge. September, October and November answer whether that edge was their cliff or FIFA Coins their moment to blast into a future of greatness. A new frontier is available. The Seattle Sounders have a chance to put their foot solidly in the door for advancement in the CONCACAF Champions League with a win over Trinidad and Tobago club Caledonia. In the three-FIFA 15 ultimate team table format, wins are more important than ever, and a victory would force Marathon to beat Seattle at least once to move on. That makes a victory key.Yet the Sounders still have a shot to contend for the number one seed in the FIFA playoffs, which means keeping FIFA players rested for league FIFA games like the coming Dallas fixture. Sigi has always found ways to manage his starting 11 effectively, and there's no more important time to do so than now. But expect a comparatively strong lineup to take the field tomorrow night Keeper:You can pencil out Adam Johansson right now. Wait, is penciling-out a thing? Point is he won't be starting this match, and I wouldn't bet my cardboard box on him being in the 18 either. Since returning from his hammy issues earlier this season, Johansson hasn't gone back to back weekend-midweek FIFA games once. Champions League is important, but not important enough to lose perhaps Seattle's best defender for a significant length of time. Scott will get the call, and will be expected to go the full 90. (Though if Sigi wants to call on his ZSMM powers against Brek Shea, perhaps Johansson will see 30 minutes on the pitch).