Welcome to my seventh FIFA 12 player ratings review article. So far, I've reviewed Tottenham Hotspur, Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC and Bayern Munich. I plan on reviewing Manchester City later this week, most likely concluding the series there (save for any individual requests).
The 2010-11 season was a fairly successful one for Manchester United. The Red Devils comfortably won the Premier League by a nine-point margin and made it to the Champions League final, dispatching Marseille, Chelsea and Schalke along the way.
By Manchester United's high standards though, the season wasn't amazing. Sir Alex Ferguson's boys were badly outclassed in the Champions League final against Barcelona and were disappointingly knocked out of the FA Cup by cross-town rivals Manchester City.
The 4-0 loss to West Ham in the Carling Cup was also rather painful, even if the United lineup for that game included a number of backup players, as the competition isn't highly regarded by SAF.
So, taking into everything into consideration, how did Manchester United's overall season affect the ratings of its individual players in FIFA 12? Was league glory enough to offset the failures in other competitions?
Let's find out.
Note: Players rated below 70 are excluded.