FIFA 18 - top 100 African players of the game

EA Sports Fifa 18 is out officially and to public since the 29th of Septembre. With many improvements and many features, it is considered as the most played football simulation in the world.

Our team decided to dig deep into the game and have a deep analysis and stats on the African players of in the game.

Here is our top 100 highest rated Africans in FIFA 18

































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































# Player Role Overall
100 Atsu RM 75
99 Musa ST 76
98 Dié CDM 76
97 Traore CB 76
96 Koné CB 76
95 Kessié CM 76
94 Konan LB 76
93 Djilobodji CB 76
92 Diop CDM 76
91 Babacar ST 76
90 Saiss CDM 76
89 Ayoub CM 76
88 Dirar RM 76
87 Regattin LM 76
86 Chahechouhe LM 76
85 Duncan CM 76
84 Ayew ST 76
83 Benzia CAM 76
82 Bensebaini CB 76
81 Ghezzal RW 76
80 Gradel CAM 77
79 Kouyaté CDM 77
78 Lemina CM 77
77 Pogba CB 77
76 Elneny CDM 77
75 Abdennour CB 77
74 Bastos CB 77
73 Marega ST 77
72 Sané CB 77
71 Ndiaye CAM 77
70 Diouf ST 77
69 Sankharé CM 77
68 Saivet CM 77
67 Carcela RM 77
66 Feddal CB 77
65 Baba LB 77
64 Partey CDM 77
63 Hanni LM 77
62 Ndidi CDM 77
61 Choupo-Moting LM 77
60 Chedjou CB 77
59 Nyom LB 77
58 Song CDM 77
57 Diawara CDM 77
56 Kaboré CDM 77
55 Mbodj CB 78
54 N'doye CM 78
53 Ndiaye CDM 78
52 Asamoah LB 78
51 Mandi CB 78
50 Aboubakar ST 78
49 Bolasie RM 78
48 Traore RW 78
47 Khazri LM 78
46 Adebayor ST 78
45 Kaddouri CAM 78
44 Onana GK 78
43 Nkoulou CB 78
42 Bony ST 79
41 Doubmia ST 79
40 Sané CB 79
39 Boufal LW 79
38 Amrabat RM 79
37 Gyan ST 79
36 Feghouli RW 79
35 Ghoulam LB 79
34 Moses RWB 79
33 Luis ST 79
32 Mexer CB 79
31 Kalou LM 80
30 El Ahmadi CM 80
29 Boateng ST 80
28 Ayew RM 80
27 Bentaleb CM 80
26 Kameni GK 80
25 Traore RM 80
24 Aurier RB 81
23 Zaha RM 81
22 Belhanda CAM 81
21 Ziyech CM 81
20 Boudebouz CAM 81
19 Enyeama GK 81
18 Eto'o ST 81
17 Bakambu ST 81
16 Seri CM 82
15 Baldé Diao LW 82
14 Slimani ST 82
13 Brahimi LM 82
12 Wanyama CDM 82
11 Touré CM 83
10 Gueye CDM 83
9 Mahrez RM 83
8 Matip CB 83
7 Keita CM 83
6 Salah RW 83
5 Bailly CB 84
4 Mané LW 84
3 Koulibaly CB 84
2 Benatia CB 84
1 Aubameyang ST 88

CAF Competions produce quarter finalists

African Champions League last day of play in the group stages produces some spectacular statistics with current holders Esperance and TP Mazembe making the cross over. Quarter finalist of both African

African Champions League last day of play in the group stages produces some spectacular statistics with current holders Esperance and TP Mazembe making the cross over.

Raja of Casablanca crashes out of the group stage as six other North African teams book places in the last 8 of the Confederations cup.

Spanish football is on the move to increase it’s fan base in Africa, the competition’s managing director has been canvassing potential ties on the continent.

Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Piere Aubameyang all in the top five goal scoring chat in the English top flight.

Aubameyang 'visits' Wakanda with Black Panther mask in Arsenal win

He pulled on a Black Panther mask after his second goal and Arsenal’s third. The strike sealed qualification in a tense game.

Gabonese international and Arsenal forward Pierre Emerick Aubameyang was in hot form Thursday night as the English premier league side qualified for the quarter-finals of the Europa League competition.

Despite his two goals helping the Gunners to a three – nil victory over French side Stade Rennes, it was Aubameyang’s celebration that has attracted reactions on social media.

He pulled on a Black Panther mask after his second goal and Arsenal’s third. The strike sealed qualification in a tense game.

Supporters at the Emirates Stadium were on tenterhooks after Arsenal lost the first leg 3 – 1 in France. The hosts got off to a quick start as Aubameyang opened the scoring on the fifth minute mark.

Maitland-Niles doubled the lead on the 15 minute mark before Aubameyang sealed the deal with a 71st minute goal. Then he donned the Black Panther mask to celebrate with the fans and team mates.

The club’s Twitter handle titled a photo of mask-wearing Aubameyang and team mate Sead Kolasinac ‘WAKANDA FOREVER’ – in reference to the refrain used by people in Wakanda, the imaginary country where the marvel film Black Panther was staged.

CAF president issued U.S. visa amid denial reports

The three-month visa is issued by the U.S. embassy in Cairo with the issue date being March 14 and June 12 expiration date.

President of the Confederation of African Football, CAF, Ahmad Ahmad was finally granted a United States visa after reports of him being denied gained currency.

The BBC reported on Thursday that a CAF spokesperson had confirmed that Ahmad was denied a visa to attend a FIFA council meeting.

“I confirm the information. The (CAF) president will be in Cairo,” the spokesperson is quoted as saying. But on late Thursday, a photo of Ahmad’s visa was released – reportedly by CAF.

The three-month visa is issued by the U.S. embassy in Cairo with the issue date being March 14 and June 12 expiration date.

Ahmad serves as vice-president of the FIFA council set to meet today in Miami. The top brass of World Football are expected to be in attendance.

FIFA, Qatar to discuss expanding 2022 World Cup

According to media reports, Oman and Kuwait could be chosen to host some of the games of the expanded tournament.

FIFA is keen on seeing the World Cup extended from 32 teams to 48 in the next edition.

It’s a feasible change, according to a study conducted by the technical teams of the football governing body.

But there’s a condition. Qatar will have to accept the idea to co-organise the event with at least one of its neighbours.

The number of matches will increase from 64 to 80, which would be intense for a single country to bear.

According to media reports, Oman and Kuwait could be chosen to host some of the games of the expanded tournament.

A FIFA delegation will meet in Miami, United States on Friday with officials from the host country of the 2022 World Cup.

The organizing committee of Qatar declined to comment on the feasibility study. But its spokesman confirmed Qatar’s presence at the Miami meeting.

According to officials, an increase in the number of teams at the next World Cup could generate additional revenues of between 300 and 400 million dollars, including 120 million in television rights.

Reuters

Zidane returns to Real Madrid's training pitch

Zidane returns for a second spell as coach with plans to rebuild the Spanish giants.

No time to waste for the Frenchman. Zinedine Zidane held his first training session with Real Madrid’s squad on Wednesday.

It follow his reappointment to manage the club on Monday, March 11.

Zidane returns for a second spell as coach with plans to rebuild the Spanish giants. The team has fallen into crisis since he left in May after winning an unprecedented third straight Champions League.

Zidane also won a Liga title in 2017 among nine trophies before standing down having taken the club to the European summit.

But they have endured a miserable season in his absence, first sacking Julen Lopetegui and then Santiago Solari.

Real president Florentino Perez has again turned to Zidane, who stepped in for Rafa Benitez in 2016.

Zidane then quickly guided the team to Champions League glory, but this time he will be without the club’s all-time top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo.

Reuters