Who are you again? Sharing youtube links of free patches it's not like sharing indirect links full of ads, viruses and scams. Youtube is a highly trusted source where from you can't get viruses and where you can't get scammed no matter how dumb you are.. so I don't see an issue with sharing patches via youtube links.
I don't know where you're from but where I am from, slavery (working thousands of hours for free) is immoral and illegal. You seem uninformed because SoccerGaming (just like Steam) now supports modders who expect or demand to be rewarded for their time and hard work, FIFA07Pro not being one of this modders, thankfully for people like you who either can't afford to purchase video games and video game mods.. or who expect everything to be free in life. Are you one of those who would rather support Piracy (cause it's free) instead of supporting the video game creators and modders? Even if FIFA 23 for example would be free on torrent sites, I'd still buy the game to support and motivate the thousands of people who worked to create this game. Same principle goes for video game modders in my opinion. I don't really understand why anyone would work for free and waste his life doing so.. because time is priceless and you'll never get it back.
Everyone here share mods for free. Are you trying to say we are all slaves?
No, i dont support monetizing mods not because i cannot "afford" them, but because I use common sense. Mods are never Someone's I
ROPERTY. EA has full rights to sue all of us because we are altering their IP. "FIFA07Pro" here, is charging people for something that isnt theirs. Sure, having donation links is fine but putting mods behind paywall isnt.
you cant get to court over game mods, can ya?
Modding games is just a hobby while being a game dev is a job. Know the differences.
Also, im actually unaware if soccergaming actually promotes monetizing your mods.
Im not gonna escalate this argument. I'll leave this to @Chuny
to take care of this.