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The worst player on FIFA 18 has reacted to the rating he has received on this year's game.
Though he's not alone with his lowly 46 rating, nine other players across the game have been awarded the same mark, Matthew Foy is right near the bottom of the pile.
The 19-year old, who plays for League Two side Cambridge United considers himself a "religious" FIFA player himself but unfortunately has the tag of being one of the very worst players in the game in terms of overall rating.
However, he's not letting himself get too downhearted about it all and his first reaction when he discovered he was one of the worst on the game, was to laugh about it.
"When I first saw my rating, I just laughed about it," he told Dream Team.
"My first worry was, 'Am I gonna be the worst player on the game?' which I then felt the need to do some research about.
"My mate who loves Ultimate Team found that I'm the joint lowest rated player on the game, so at least I'm not out on my own!"
And luckily for Foy, the majority of his Cambridge teammates have spared him the flak over his rating, though a few young guns have aimed a couple of digs.
"The lads haven't said much - a few of the younger boys who are around my age and have higher ratings have given me a bit of stick, but it's not too bad - it's mainly from people at home.
"I would have been happier if my rating had been the same as the other young lads at Cambridge that are similar to me, but I think it's done on a few factors, like appearances, when they [EA Sports] don't know much about you, so you can't moan that much."
Incredibly, one of the other worst players on FIFA 18 isn't even a real footballer - that being Tomm Käßemodel.
Käßemodel is listened central midfielder for German second division outfit FC Erzgebirge Aue. In reality, it turns out that while Käßemodel is on the books at Erzgebirge as a member of the first team squad, he isn't actually a professional footballer. Or even a semi-professional footballer.
In fact, this low scoring maverick is in fact the club's kit man. Because Erzgebirge needed at least four members of their first-team squad to have come through the club's youth academy, he has made the game. Though he does spend his time preparing kits these days, he is a former member of the youth set-up.
What a bloke.
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