FIFA 16 is on the way soon, and as well asand the usual laundry list of gameplay tweaks, it's bringing with it a couple of big changes to Career mode for players and managers.
First up, when managing a top league club you can choose to take part in pre-season friendly tournaments like the real-life, with the chance to win a slight boost to your transfer funds if you manage to take home the trophy.
Secondly, player training has been introduced for both manager and player Careers. As a manager you'll be able to select up to five players you want to focus on, choosing from several different skill games designed to improve their base statistics. You can either play the sessions yourself, or simulate them. It's a similar deal for player Careers, except you get five different training sessions for your pro per week.
And, as always, there's the expected improvements to presentation and licensing - one area where the FIFA series retains a distinct advantage over its rival. FIFA 16 is out this September 22.