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The Streets Will Never Forget Roma's Sweaty Front Three On FIFA 15

The Streets Will Never Forget Roma's Sweaty Front Three On FIFA 15

In exactly two weeks the release of FIFA 20 will mean the FIFA 15 servers will be rendered obsolete, well and truly marking the end of an era.

From September 27 onwards, gamers will therefore no longer be able to relive the glory days by playing FIFA 15 Ultimate Team as online modes will be completely shut off.

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But as devoted FIFA fans, it is our duty to ensure that the streets never, ever forget the greatest trident. Roma's front three on the game will live long in the memory.

The Giallorossi had Ivory Coast duo Gervinho and Seydou Doumbia along with Colombian international and long-time FIFA favourite Victor Ibarbo and it was just something else.


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Gervinho had 93 pace and 83 dribbling, Doumbia had 93 pace and 82 dribbling, while Ibarbo, playing on the right flank, completed the utter sweatiness with 91 pace and 82 dribbling.

And if you wanted a fourth Roma speedster to add into the equation, Argentine Juan Iturbe, with his 92 pace and 84 dribbling, was also capable of tearing it up.

The trio were so good that literally your whole game plan would literally be to play a through ball in behind and wait for your attackers to explode off the blocks.

Many controllers have been destroyed on Xbox and PlayStation thanks to these three players doing absolute damage on the counter attack. We'll never forget how overpowered they were.

On FIFA 20, Kylian Mbappe and Adama Traore are tied on 96 pace as the fastest players on the game, with EA Sports putting Toluca's Anibal Chala, FC Tokyo's Kensuke Nagai, Manchester City speedster Leroy Sane and Monaco's Gelson Martins at a 95 pace.

Inaki Williams, Douglas Costa, Sadio Mane and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang all complete the list thanks to their 94 pace grade.

Topics: gaming news, Football News, FIFA 20, Football, AS Roma

Josh Lawless

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