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Celtic’s FIFA 17 Ratings Released.. Efe Ambrose Really Rates Higher Than Kieran Tierney

Celtic’s FIFA 17 Ratings Released.. Efe Ambrose Really Rates Higher Than Kieran Tierney

Celtic’s FIFA 17 ratings have been released – and we don’t think fans will be happy.

The game won’t hit shelves in the UK until September 29th, but the demo is already available while fans signed up to EA Access have also got the chance to play it early.

We’ve already had the Rangers ratings as they make their return to the EA SPORTS game after a year out.

And now the Celtic ratings have followed, but we’re not sure about how FIFA rate certain players.

For example, the club’s stand-out full-back Tierney is rated at just 61 despite being an ever-present for Ronny Deila last term and for Brendan Rodgers this season.

That is made even worse when you see Ambrose – a man who has found himself frozen out under Rodgers after one too many calamities – is rated at 69.

How they rate

The highest rating any players gets is 79 and that’s for Kolo Toure given he was a Liverpool player up until his summer move north to Celtic.

Star striker Leigh Griffiths gets just a 75 from FIFA 17, while Scott Sinclair is also rated at 75, and it appears goalkeeper Leo Fasan is the lowest rated player in the team at 50:

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As you can see, all of Rodgers’ summer signings are in the squad, while promising youngsters Liam Henderson and Eoghan O’Connell are also included.

At 79, Toure is the highest rated Scottish Premiership player in the game, with Rangers midfielder Joey Barton coming second on 76 followed by Griffiths, Sinclair and Gers playmaker Niko Kranjcar all on 75.

Celtic fans – are you happy with those ratings?

Let us know in the comments below..


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