Tuesday, September 22, sees the launch of the revamped virtual soccer game FIFA 16. This year the franchise has seen a bump in graphic display and national representation to the delight of most Ghanaian consumers. In terms of the ratings FIFA have over the years gotten it right and masses would agree that the set rating of a player in the game is definitely a fair reflection of the reality. Not to be conclusive about this view, we look at the most skilled Ghanaian in the video game we can all look forward to playing with and have a good time.
1. Kwadwo Asamoah.
He leads the pack with 4 stars out of a possible. His level of creativity cannot be disputed and it’s clearly evident how highly he is regarded though he has been out of action for several months. He is coupled with a dribble rating of 83, trust me in this virtual world he would be dropping dead defender whenever you use him for a run down the left flank.
2. Kevin Prince-Boateng
Tails Kwadwo with same number of skill stars but comes second only because he has alower dribble rating of 80. His inconsistency does not seem to have affected his level of skill per FIFA’s judgement. A force to reckon with in the middle of the pitch, he runs activities like a true commodore. Orchestrating his team activities towards a winning symphony.
3. Andre Ayew
Third on the list is our current darling boy, Andre Dede Ayew. A skill move rating of 3 out of 5 stars he would be regarded a slightly above average in terms of the skills he possess. Many others are at par with him but he edges into third with a superior dribbling rating of 81. This increases the likelihood of him completing a skill move in a bid to beat a man.
4. Christian Atsu
The Bournemouth winger is not just pacey but has flair also. A three star skill rating accompanied with a dribble rating of 80. Atsu ensures that the first four leaves room for no surprises. It would be a delight to play as him coupling his pace with his dribble ability and standard level of flare.
5. Elvis Manu
Brighton youngster is the most unfimailiar face on this list. He too is rated 3 stars out of 5 along with several other to Ghanaian stars including the lights of Jordan Ayew, Abdul Baba Rahmanand Benard. Nonetheless it’s only by his superior dribbling ability that he sees himself one of the five most skillful Ghanaian players.
A fair representation of what is? Well the views might differ, however we still some common ground in the stance these developers have taken to rate our stars. Across board we can conclude the skill level for most black stars are rated above average. An impressive showing of their capabilities would continue to earn these footballers such great recognition. Let’s hope for the first “5 star skiller” in the next installment of this delightful virtual game.