Williams is a four-star skills, two-star weak foot, big bodied FUT 23 Coins striker with high defensive work rates and high attacking work rates. He’s got the chip shot, team player and outside foot shot traits as well.
His base gold card is only 1K, so you’re paying 66K more for some decent upgrades, but I don’t think these changes have fundamentally altered how I feel about the card. He’s still awesome, he’s still a little slow when turning, and he’s still a little “glitchy” like Rashford in terms of keeping the ball even though it seems like he should lose it. His ball control only being 78 just does not hurt him as much as the agility does for whatever reason — maybe it’s because he’s a rather big striker.
On top of that, the weak foot being two stars scares some folks, but it’s never really been a problem for me with his card. He’s a dangerous finisher, and his straight-line speed and muscle on the ball means you don’t have to struggle too hard to keep the ball on his strong foot. Overall, this card is good, but I don’t think you need to upgrade to this version to get a good Inaki Williams experience.
Edinson Cavani is an interesting case study in whether EA was throwing us a bone with this card or they just know he’s not used very often this season. His cost is just 42K, and that dips further if you have some untradeable guys to use. The 4-D chess move here is you get rid of some of your untradeable in-form cards and then you have an 89 overall for a future SBC at a lower cost than even normal Cavani would be at 29K. I’m not saying to do that, but it is funny that technically it is a play here.
Cavani’s normal gold card is an 88 overall, so this is a +2 pace, +2 shooting, +1 passing, +2 buy FIFA 23 Coins dribbling, +1 defense and +1 physical. Further broken down, this is +1 acceleration, +2 sprint speed, +2 positioning, +2 finishing, +2 shot power, +1 short passing, +1 agility, +1 balance and +2 composure.