'I was shocked' PSG players react to FC24 ratings

'I was shocked' PSG players react to FC24 ratings

Publish on 02/21 at 10:30 - G. BOXALL


ELigue 1 Uber Eats sat down with members of Paris Saint-Germain’s squad to discuss EA Sports FC 24. Find out what Warren Zaïre-Emery, Bradley Barcola, Nordi Mukiele and Randal Kolo-Muani think of their current and past ratings.

Several Paris Saint-Germain first team players sat down with ELigue 1 Uber Eats commentators Araujo and Deamz to find out how good they are at the cult video game and react to the evolution of their overall ratings.

The Barcola Boom

“When I saw my first card in 2023 I was shocked because when I was little I played the game and I never thought I would end up in the game,” began Bradley Barcola when shown his 63-rated card from his time with Olympique Lyonnais. “I played with my own player so much in Ultimate Team, even with my friends I put myself in attack!”

After a solid season with Les Gones and his move to PSG, he’s now grown to an overall rating of 76. “I now have my spot in the team! There are a few nice little stats there, a very playable card - I would like to have another star on skill moves.”

The rise of Kolo Muani

Randal Kolo Muani’s first overall rating was 64 when he played for FC Nantes in his first stint in Ligue 1 Uber Eats. “I was in the game for the first time so I was happy. That 25 stat in defence? They obviously didn’t watch me play,” joked the France international with a wry smile. Now the PSG forward’s rating has stepped up to an overall of 84, and Kolo Muani admits, “No I wouldn’t increase anything, I’m not a greedy person!”

Mukiele's cult card at Leipzig

Nordi Mukiele’s 2017 card had him at an overall of 63 when he played for Montpellier, rising to 77 at Leipzig. “They gave me a lot of respect with that one, with a lot of pace at central defence. If you’re a centre-back that runs fast - everyone will buy you in Ultimate Team! [...] They weren't very sympathetic this year, but I can understand as I was injured for quite a long time,” says Mukiele on his current 79-rated card.

Zaïre-Emery's FUT Champions talent

“It’s really nice to be in the game and be able to use the card in Ultimate Team,” admits Warren Zaïre-Emery. The 17-year-old already has an overall rating of 74 with his first card in the game, and the France international is somewhat satisfied, “Yeh it’s a good card, although I could have had a higher shooting stat! (63)". The wonder-kid from the Paris suburbs revealed his hidden talent for FUT Champions “I’m around 14 wins 7 losses at the moment. Kolo Muani says 15 wins and 5 losses? He’s a liar!”

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