FIFA 17 is going to come to us. Players are very curious player rating. Today, we will predict the FIFA 17 Liverpool player rating predictions, including Sturridge, Coutinho, Firmino, Karius and Clyne.
Sturridge (83 >> 83)
Despite injury keeping him out of most of the UEFA Euro 2016 qualification phase, Sturridge was named in England’s squad for the UEFA Euro 2016 finals. He is an extremely quick player, and he has technique at pace. Sturridge as a striker in most games, his ability to still drop between lines and pull wide and attack defences, similar to former strike partner Luis Suárez’s playing-style.
Coutinho (84 >> 85)
Considered to be an archetypal Brazilian number 10 playmaker, Coutinho has been used as an attacking midfielder, second striker and on the flanks, where he excels at providing assists for team-mates. In 2015/16, 26 of Coutinho’s 33 appearances under Klopp came on the left wing, as the former Borussia Dortmund manager was clearly set on his Brazilian maestro as first choice on that flank, while Firmino andLallana were most regularly stationed in the centre and the right of his supporting unit, respectively.
Firmino (83 >> 83)
2015-16 season, the first round of the English Premier League, Liverpool 1-0 away victory over Stoke City. The first 78 minutes of match, Firmino replace Ibe, completed in the first show of the new owner. Firmino has excellent offensive ability in the field, both as attacking midfielder also use as speed winger. Firmino’s strengths lies in his ornate foot of technology and excellent acceleration ability to control the ball in the narrow space.
Karius (79 >> 81)
Karius is one of Germany’s most talented goalkeeper. Karius biggest bright spot is close to the fighting ability of the ball. Another great feature is his ability to attack the ball off, and this is often being underestimated. His attack is confident and decisive and currently pick the ball attack success rate of 88%. In the positioning the ball defense, which was an important part.
Can (75 >> 76)
A versatile player, Can can also play as a defensive midfielder, centre back or full back. In Liverpool’s UEFA Europa League match against Rubin Kazan at Anfield, Can scored his first goal of the 2015–16 season. He was praised by Klopp for his improvement and became a key cog in Liverpool’s midfield.
Allen (77 >> 79)
Allen is a hard-working, tactically disciplined and tenacious, albeit not overly physical, midfielder, who is capable of aiding his team both creatively and offensively courtesy of his ability to transition the ball from defence to attack effectively after winning back possession. A versatile and gifted player with a low centre of gravity and quick feet, he is capable of playing in several midfield roles. Due to his vision, composure in possession, efficient passing, and ability to dictate the tempo of his team’s play in midfield as a playmaker, Allen has been described as the “Welsh Xavi” and as the “Welsh Pirlo” by former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers. Now the Manchester United reportedly interested in Liverpool’s Joe Allen.
Clyne (81 >> 81)
In Liverpool’s first European games against rivals Manchester United, Clyne won a penalty that Daniel Sturridge converted in the first leg, and conceded a penalty scored by Anthony Martial in the second, as Liverpool won 3–1 on aggregate in the last 16 of the UEFA Europa League.
Mane (78 >> 80)
Mané scored twice in a 3–2 victory over Liverpool on 20 March 2016 (despite missing a penalty), followed by five goals in the next five matches, including a hat-trick in a 4–2 victory against Manchester City on 1 May. He finished the season as Southampton’s top scorer, with 15 goals in all competitions. On 28 June 2016, Mané joined Liverpool for an initial transfer fee of £34 million on a five-year contract. The transfer fee made him “the most expensive African player in history”.
Sakho (81 >> 82)
Mamadou Sakho to wear No.3 shirt for 2016-17 season. In 2015/16 season, Sakho was praised in Liverpool’s victory over Borussia Dortmund in the Europa League quarter-finals. He coped against in-form striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the 1–1 away draw in the first leg, and then scored a header as they mounted a late comeback to win the second 4–3.
Moreno (79 >> 77)
Alberto Moreno had an incredibly mixed campaign for Liverpool. He has long divided opinion over whether his offensive traits make up for a lack of consistency and reliability in defence, but events over the latter part of 2015/16 might well have seen the decision made by the manager in any case.
There’s no doubt that Moreno is a gifted player in a technical sense, and his pace is a huge asset, but equally as important is the mental aspect of the game and it is clearly here where Moreno falls short of having the capacity to be a truly top player.
Henderson (79 >> 79)
Henderson plays as a Box-to-box midfielder and is widely regarded as a player who works hard and brings energy to the team. Described as an “athletic and hardworking midfielder,” Henderson has developed his game during his time at Liverpool into a more creative player.
Although he had a difficult time last season due to injury, he’s a proven Premier League performer who has yet to reach his prime. But with Marko Grujic already on board and Wijnaldum possibly soon to join him, Henderson may find himself out of the starting XI.
Lallana (80 >> 80)
Lallana plays for Liverpool because he is tactically intelligent and game savvy. He has boundless energy to execute a pressing game, has the ability to pass and he is developing more conviction when gets into shooting areas. Lallana like Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta commander, always make teammates better, improve the combat effectiveness of the whole team. Lallana is one of the most talented players on the England game.
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