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Beckham is a Manchester United, Real Madrid and England legend, who deserves his name in the highest honors in the FIFA series. The midfielder has won six Premier League, one La Liga, one Ligue 1 and two MLS Cup titles. Individually, he has been runner up for 1999 Ballon d”or and 2001 FIFA World Player of the Year.
The England captain for six years should get a 92 rated card.
Ronaldo is one of the best footballer the world has ever seen. The goal scoring sensation has over 250 club goals and over 60 international goals to his name in his career. He has won two World Cups, two Ballon d’Or awards and is a three-time FIFA World Player of the Year.
We believe that he should be added in FIFA 17 as a legend and get a 95 rated card.
The Brazilian free kick specialist is definitely one of the best players of his generation. He has scored over 280 goals and assisted over 170 times in his club career not to mention his 40 goals in 100 appearance for Brazil. For his performances, Ronaldinho has won two FIFA Player of the Year, one Ballon d’Or and three FIFPro World Player awards.
He is worthy of getting a 95-rated FIFA 17 Legends card.
Dalgish is a Liverpool legend of the highest order. He has scored over 230 career goals in total of 560 appearances. He won four Scottish First Division titles with Celtic and six Football League First Division titles with Liverpool. As a manager, he has won three extra Football First Division with Liverpool and one Premier League title with Blackburn Rovers.
He is qualified to win at least a 93 rated card.
Cafu basically started the attacking full back role today we see in leagues all over the world. The Brazilian right-back captained Brazil to winning two World Cups. He has individual honors for as a four-time South American Team of the Year selection and the South American Footballer of the Year award in 1994.
Cafu deserves at least a 94-rated card.
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