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Aston Villa FIFA 16 ratings revealed: Brad leads the way

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Get excited if you play FIFA!

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One of the most anticipated dates on the football calendar is the yearly release of EA Sports latest installment of their FIFA franchise. This year, FIFA 16, looks to be better than ever. Early reviews of those who have played the demo are overwhelmingly positive, and it looks as if the franchise will have yet another global hit.

One of the real joys of the game is taking control of your favorite team and leading them on to glory. If you're here reading this, I think we can presume that your favorite team is Aston Villa. The FIFA Ultimate Team-focused website Futhead has gathered all of the known ratings for Villa's players and put them out so that you can have some idea of what you'll be working with when you take control this year.

Goalkeepers

Brad Guzan - 79

Mark Bunn - 71

Poor Jed Steer. I say we give him an honorary 68.

Defenders

Micah Richards - 79

Ciaran Clark - 77

Jores Okore - 77

Jordan Amavi - 75

Leandro Bacuna - 73

Alan Hutton - 73

Nathan Baker - 72

Philippe Senderos - 72

Jose Angel Crespo - 70

Richards becomes the only other Villa player to get a 79, and ties Guzan for highest on the club. You've got to think that there's loads of room for Amavi to grow.

Midfielders

Carlos Sánchez - 77

Jordan Veretout - 76

Ashley Westwood - 75

Idrissa Gana - 75

Carles Gil - 74

Charles N'Zogbia - 74

Scott Sinclair - 74

Kieran Richardson - 73

Joe Cole - 72

Jack Grealish - 72

Weird to see Richardson listed as a midfielder, but I suppose that's a hold out from previous seasons. And Gana being ranked lower than Veretout is criminal.

Attackers

Jordan Ayew - 76

Libor Kozak - 74

Rudy Gestede - 73

Gabby Agbonlahor - 73 (pace still a blistering 90)

Adama Traoré - 71 (also with a 90 pace)

Well, not great. But at least no one fell below 70. Small victories, right? What do you think? What did EA get right and where did they go oh so wrong?