Kepa Can Finally Realise His Dream Of Becoming A Manager On FIFA 20
Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga can finally try his hand at management after it was revealed that players on FIFA 20 can become in-game managers.
EA SPORTS has so far confirmed a vast amount of changes to gameplay, including a new set piece system, strafe dribbling and controlled tackling.
And in terms of career mode features, gamers will be able to create and customise their manager with more options than ever before on FIFA 20, including the addition of real life players.
A number of screenshots showing the new feature has emerged after a select few were chosen to participate in the FIFA 20 Closed Beta, where players have access to Kick Off and Ultimate Team until 22nd August.
Twitter user @brokerfut posted the following pictures of Chelsea's goalkeeper in a blazer.
But the fact that Kepa, who refused to be substituted during the EFL Cup final last season after being called to be subbed off for Willy Caballero, is rather hilarious.
Here is the future Piemonte Calcio manager in action.
Last season, instead of coming off the field of play, Kepa decided to tell manager Maurizio Sarri that he didn't want to be replaced.
The game went to penalties and the Spaniard failed to save a relatively easy shot from Sergio Aguero in shoot-out.
In the aftermath of the final, fans took to Wikipedia to edit the goalkeeper's page, including his position being changed to 'Manager of Chelsea FC.'
In terms of FIFA 20 career mode, it will include more immersive press conference and one-to-one team talks.
The storylines' within a career will also be determined by the interactions your manager has with different people.
Managers will also be able to help determine a players potential and stop the 'ageing' of an older player as they head towards retirement.
Messi rocking purple trousers, Ronnie wearing cardigans... Players can become managers in FIFA 20 and it's amazing! :joy:https://t.co/rr9we7XUG0
- SPORTbible (@sportbible) August 10, 2019
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