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Arsenal Rumoured To Have ZERO Walkouts On FIFA 22

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Arsenal Rumoured To Have ZERO Walkouts On FIFA 22

Arsenal are believed to have no walkout quality players in this year's FIFA 22.

That's according to a leak of the FIFA 22 Ultimate Team Ratings by the reliable Twitter account FutzGody, as reported by GiveMeSport.


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This is a far cry from what FIFA players are used to when it comes to The Gunners. It's not that long ago that some of the best players on the game, such as Alexis Sánchez and Mesut Özil, were from the North London club, a fact that illustrates just how far those in red have fallen in recent years.

The account also revealed what two of Mikel Arteta's star men will be rated as. Whilst new fullback Takehiro Tomiyasu is expected to be 76 overall, England ace Bukayo Saka is at 80.

Saka and Tomiyasu
Saka and Tomiyasu

Some fans might have thought that skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would be a walkout for his base card because of his footballing capabilities and credentials. However, that doesn't appear to be the case.

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However, with upgrades such as 'Team of the Week', in-forms and other special items, Arsenal fans will get the chance at some point this season to play as outstanding, improved players of their club in the game at some point this season.

Supporters will hope that that point is on the horizon following the club's first league win of the season on Saturday. A scrappy Aubameyang strike was enough to lift Arsenal out of the relegation zone and above their opponents Norwich City, in what Arteta considered to be an important and impactful victory.

Image Credit- PA Images
Image Credit- PA Images

"After three defeats things get complicated," the 39 year old told BBC Sport. "You learn a lot in difficult moments, who you are with. In difficult moments when you see the people and the level of organisation and the fans we have. They were ready to suffer today but they just give, give, give it to the team.

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You have to win football matches but it is a joy to watch how everyone was behaving around the context that we had around. I got pretty emotional to see that."

Next up for Arsenal is a trip to Turf Moor on Saturday, where they'll hope to change their fortunes on the road and on this year's FIFA too.

Topics: FIFA, Premier League, Arsenal

James Aldred
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