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You Can Now Play With And Retire 'Icons' On FIFA 20 Career Mode

You Can Now Play With And Retire 'Icons' On FIFA 20 Career Mode

Players can now play with Icons on Career Mode as part of a new update on FIFA 20.

We told you yesterday how 'Classic XI' had returned to kick-off under a new name as 'Soccer Aid legends' in the rest of the world section - with many of the legendary players only previously playable on FIFA Ultimate Team.

However, the likes of Ronaldinho ,Zinedine Zidane, Pele, Roberto Carlos, Diego Maradona and Alan Shearer can now be called upon on in your very own career mode.

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All you have to is edit squads, find the icon and transfer them to a different team. You can play with the full, 93-rated squad or even just slot Clarence Seedorf and Ryan Giggs into Oldham Athletic's starting XI if you wish to do so.

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And in even more exciting news, all of these decorated players can now be used as managers. Plenty have already made the progression into coaching after hanging up their boots and gamers have the option to retire the greats and test their managerial abilities in the virtual world.

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The Soccer Aid XI play in the same kit we have seen the rest of the world side wear in the high-profile charity fixtures, with UNICEF's logo front and centre on the shirt.

Check out the star-studded squad in full here:

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Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@FIFACareerGems

Topics: gaming news, Career Mode, Football News, FIFA 20, Football

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