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|Posted: Thu Aug 11, 2016 7:59 pm Post subject: The Euro 2016 talents stars are ready for FIFA 17
|As usual, another international championship has made us realise there's a larger footballing world out there full of talent that we underestimated or hadn't even heard of. It's obviously that there are players we'd love to include from the Euro 2016 championships, but can't, like some of Iceland’s semi-pro heroes, or Portugal's Renato Sanches – who doesn't have a card, but will almost certainly have a highly rated one in FIFA 17.
There are some international players who performed so well they'll have to be given a higher rating, because they were the stars of the show. We can't wait to slot them into our team in FIFA. Let's go through our starting line-up.
Hal Robson-Kanu (Wales, Unsigned)
Forget for a moment that Robson-Kanu currently has no club team because his stats will need a major boost, ASAP. FIFA 16 has him rated at 66, which makes him a silver player. The most egregious of those stats, however, is his physical one at 70.
Sure, Wales fans will remember him forever for the Cruyff Turn against Belgium, but he held the ball up in a manner that reminds us of how Kevin Davies did for Bolton Wanderers, barging defenders off the ball and strong-arming them away. Hal has shown he's a menace up front, never giving a defender a moment to rest, and we're sure he won't be without a club when FIFA 17 comes out.
Aron Gunnarsson (Iceland & Cardiff City)
It may seem obvious to include Icelandic players in this list, but not all of them are as unknown as you might think. Another silver rated player (at 6, Gunnarsson is a combative midfielder who runs his socks off in every game – a tireless player with a huge throw in, yet his stats in FIFA suggest a run of the mill, average player. He absolutely taught the English midfielders a lesson about endurance and effort though, and for that alone he needs a major bump.
Ondrej Duda (Poland & Legia Warsaw)
At the fledgling age of 21, Duda's record in Poland suggest he should already be rated higher than the 71 that FIFA 16 has him pegged at. A playmaker with 16 goals for Legia Warsaw, he scored against Wales and even played out of position up front against Russia. Time will tell if he can become a truly great player (and he has time on his side, remember), but for now he needs bumping from a 71 rated silver card, that's for sure.
Dimitri Payet (France & West Ham)
Having had a phenomenal season for his West Ham in the premier league season, Dimitri Payet turned up for his first tournament with his international team and immediately made a huge impact. He's a player that makes you hold your breath when he's on the ball, yet somehow has a shooting rating of 76, and a physical rating of 68. FIFA 17 Coins Yes, the man who keeps banging in these beautiful goals from outside the box and looks like an earthquake wouldn't shake him off the ball has those ratings. Due an upgrade? You better believe it.
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