EA released three more ‘International Man of the Match’ cards Monday, this time featuring Aston Villa striker and Ghanaian international Jordan Ayew, the rapid Egyptian right-midfielder commonly known as Kahraba, and the Cameroonian goalie Fabrice Ondoa for the the second time.
Jordan Ayew gets his first special item of the FUT17 cycle with this upgrade, moving up four to go to an 81 overall.
Besides the defense, this item seems to be very balanced, overall. I could definitely see many online players converting this striker into a center-midfielder, or even a center-defensive midfielder, based just on the physical stats. At just under 20k, Ayew would serve as a decent super-sub for a Championship squad.
This guy is somewhat of a mystery. He got a silver inform a couple weeks ago, jumping from a 74 to a 71, and now he’s been bumped all the way up to a gold inform at 81 overall. At under 15k, 88 pace and 84 dribbling are pretty decent stats — coupled with 78 passing and 72 shooting, Kahraba could be a good value-add to your squad.
Fabrice Ondoa becomes the first player to receive a second iMOTM card during this year’s African Cup of Nations, and for good reason too. The goalkeeper’s heroics have sent Cameroon through to the semi-finals of the tournament. For that, the bronze keepers receives a silver inform, going from a 64-rated iMOTM to a 70 rating overall.