Speed has long been an important part of football and an important part of FIFA. This has not changed in FIFA 20, where many gamers choose the fastest possible players for their teams.
However, slower players usually make up for their lack of acceleration and sprint speed in other respects and can be very useful in the game.
Slowest players in FIFA 20, including goalkeepers and field players.
As you would expect, all slowest players in FIFA are 20 goalkeepers, where two players have a sprint speed of 11.
FIFA 20: Slowest players
In a table
|1||H Ramírez||GK||Union Magdalena||14||11|
|2||M Mleczko||GK||Lech Poznan||34||11|
|5||M Suarez||GK||Universidad Católica||34||14|
|6||K Broll||GK||Dynamo Dresden||15||15|
|7||N Forastiero||GK||Argentinos Juniors||16||15|
|8||M Vandevoort||GK||RC Genk||16||15|
|10||D Kazjer||GK||Slask Wroclaw||18||15|
The slow player in FIFA 20 is Unión Magdalena goalkeeper Horacio Ramírez, who has an acceleration of 14, which means that he is lagging behind the Polish goalkeeper Milosz Mleczko, who has a spinning speed of 11, but an acceleration of 34. For the contract, the fastest game in the game Adama Traoré has a sprint speed of 97 and an acceleration of 96.
Gillingham goalkeeper Simon Royce is not surprisingly included in the top 10 of the slowest players in FIFA 20. The 48-year-old vetran was included in the database of FIFA 20 after he had to take a seat on the bank of Gillingham during an injury crisis in September. Royce is currently a goalkeeper coach at the club and played for them at the end of his career from 2007 to 2010.
Real Madrid goalkeeper Diego Altube is also rated by EA Sports as one of the slowest players in the world and is currently third goalkeeper in the selection after coming over from Castilla after Andriy Lunin’s transfer to Real Valladolid on a rental basis.