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FIFA 16 Coventry City players & ratings revealed.

fifa 16Highly anticipated video-game Fifa 16 is now just weeks away, last week the demo was released and today the Coventry City squad stats were released.

Once again, it’s the Club captain with the highest overall rating, with Sam Ricketts rated 72, one ahead of last season’s highest rated player Réda Johnson at 71; a two point increase on last season despite his limited appearances.

Coincidentally, Ricketts & Johnson are the two highest rated players in League One followed by former City loanee, Leon Barnett now at Wigan Atheltic, also with 71.

The squad’s average rating comes in at 60, with 6 silver cards and 21 bronze. The League One average rating is also 60.

Former City striker, Callum Wilson, now with Bournemouth in The Premier League has been upgraded for the second season in a row, going from a 68 overall, to 74 just missing out on a gold level card.

 

CCFCFifa16Ratings

1. Sam Ricketts – 72
2. Reda Johnson – 71
3. Romain Vincelot – 67
4. John Fleck – 67
5. Jim O’Brien – 65
6. James Maddison – 64
7. Marcus Tudgay – 64
8. Jacob Murphy – 64
9. Adam Armstrong – 63
10. Aaron Martin – 63
11. Ruben Lameiras – 63
12. Aaron Phillips – 61
13. Jordan Willis – 61
14. Conor Thomas – 61
15. Ryan Haynes – 60
16. Chris Stokes – 59
17. Lee Burge – 58
18. Reice Charles-Cook 57
19. Bryn Morris – 54
20. George Thomas – 54
21. Ivor Lawton – 54
22. Jack Finch – 54
23. Dion Kelly-Evans – 53
24. Ben Stevenson – 52
25. Cian Harries – 52
26. Devon Kelly-Evans – 51
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