FIFA 14 Career Mode Fastest Players With Pace
Some of the players that play on the Career Mode tend to go for stars that are blessed with a terrific amount of pace. This post has been created to reveal to our readers who the players with the fastest pace are on FIFA 14 Career Mode.
Upon signing players from this list, you’ll possess an Arsenal that cannot be matched in terms of speed on the pitch, but there are negatives to this. For instance, EA have decided to not overpower the gamers who generally go out and just buy pacey players this time round, it’s more a game of strength and tactical awareness if anything.
If you don’t care about the implications, then you can go right ahead and check out the full list below and leave your comments box on who you feel is fast on the pitch of play as well.
Theo Walcott (RW) – (81) – 96 Pace
The Gunners and England International right winger Theo Walcott has been by far the fastest player on the FIFA game series for quite a few seasons now. He still remains there just! Biabiany has given him a run for his money, but Theo just cuts it with how he feels on the pitch with most gamers saying he is the quickest by a mile, and also the fact that his acceleration is one better too.
Jonathan Biabiany (RW) – (80) – 96 Pace
This guy currently plays in the Italian Serie A league and has explosive pace that makes him the second most fastest player on the entire game. He’s extremely good at turning as well, which helps on FIFA 14 with it’s diverse attacking gameplay that’s new this year. Put it this way, you wouldn’t like to be on the opposing team if you saw his name on the team-sheet.
Pierre Emerick Aubameyang (ST) – (80) – 95 Pace
The Borussia Dortmund forward Aubameyang is becoming more increasingly well known throughout not just the FIFA World, but the footballing world too. He’s certainly one for the future and he’ll be a player to watch over the fourth-coming years that’s for sure. The French striker is the best forward for pace on the entire game, and he also stands at 6ft tall, so he’s a threat in the air too.
Cedrick (LM) – (72) – 94 Pace
The Congolese Real Betis left-midfielder is well worth getting for the left side of your team if you like a squad full of fast players. He actually feels really quick on the pitch whilst playing as well, which always goes down well.
Ryo Miyaichi (RW) – (71) – 94 Pace
The current Arsenal winger was brought up through the Gunners youth academy system, and has had some decent loan spells with fellow English clubs Bolton Wanderers and Wigan Athletic. Miyaichi is 6ft tall, so he’s not only one of the speediest players in the world, he is also very tall for such a quick footballer.
Luton Shelton (ST) – (70) – 94 Pace
After making a disappearing act on last years edition, Luton Shelton is now back with a bang! He couldn’t be included in last years installment due to the exclusion of the Turkish league which has now been included into this years title. Shelton is also another 6 foot tall speedster, so there’s plenty of positives in acquiring him.
Gareth Bale (CF) – (87) – 93 Pace
This guy needs to introduction unless you’ve not followed football for the past couple of years. Bale is the most expensive player in the entire world overtaking Cristiano Ronaldo’s record when he transferred to Real Madrid from Tottenham Hotspurs in the summer of 2013. The Welshmen is equipped with blistering pace, ball control and has a mean shot and cross on him too. The Wales International is definitely worth signing for your squad in the Career Mode.
Cristiano Ronaldo (LW) – (92) – 93 Pace
Ronaldo is another that need no introduction whatsoever! The second most expensive player in history has been lighting up our eyes since his early days at Sporting Lisbon and Manchester United. Now at Real Madrid CF, the Portuguese international has explosive pace, impeccable shooting stats, ball control, crossing, passing and dribbling. He’ll be really dear to buy in Career Mode, but he’s well worth the cash.
Jakub “Kuba” Błaszczykowski (RM) – (83) – 93 Pace
Blaszczykowiski is amazingly quick, and that trait helped his parent club Borussia Dortmund get through to the Uefa Champions League final last season. He links up with fellow Polish international Robert Lewandowski very well for their German outfit. The Pole not only has fast feet, but his dribbling skills are also worth taking into consideration for the right midfielder position in your squad.
Juan Cuadrado (RM) – (81) – 93 Pace
The Fiorentina right-mid is the quickest Colombian on the game. He has already shown people in Serie A what he’s all about, and we’re certain that you’ll see a lot more of this guy in the next few seasons to come.
Ignazio Abate (RB) – (78) – 93 Pace
Abate is extremely well-known on the Ultimate Team mode, as many gamers tend to have him in their squad for his terrific tackling, overlapping his wingers, and last but not least his blistering pace. There’s no difference to why you shouldn’t have him as your number one right-back in the Career Mode either, as we’d recommend him all day long.
Victor Ibarbo (ST) – (77) – 93 Pace
If you’re into your counter-attacks and like to take the opposition on the break, then this is most certainly the striker for you. Ibarbo does this on a consistent basis for his current club Cagliari, and he’s also demonstrated it in FIFA 14 as well. He would make a great acquisition for teams that favour the counter-attack for sure.
Obafemi Martins (ST) – (77) – 93 Pace
The long lost man that had the world at his feet at one point! Obafemi Martins came to fame a few years back with Inter Milan and got a big money move to Premier League team Newcastle United. He also had spells with Birmingham City and now plays his football for Seattle Sounders FC. The Nigerian international used to be the fastest player in the world at one stage, but he has lost a bit over the years, however he’s still got some to terrorise defenders with.
Luciano Narsingh (RW) – (76) – 93 Pace
Still at the tender age of 23, Luciano Narsingh won’t gain anymore speed throughout his career, but he can improve his all-round game a little bit. He currently plies his trade with Dutch Eredivisie club PSV Eindhoven, and you would not like to be up against him that’s for sure.
Franco Niell (ST) – (71) – 93 Pace
Franco Niell plays for Rosario Central of the Argentine Primera División and is newly added to FIFA 14. He is a small forward that quite a considerable amount of players will be pleased with if they’re looking for pacey strikers.
Jefferson Antonio Montero Vite (RW) – (76) – 92 Pace
Jefferson Montero is an Ecuadorian who plays for Monarcas Morelia in the Mexican league. Do not be concerned to how low this player is on the list, because in real-time gameplay he absolutely tears defenders apart with his sheer speed.
Nathan Dyer (RW) – (75) – 92 Pace
Many Barclay’s Premier League fans will know all about Nathan Dyer and what outstanding pace he possesses. The Swansea City winger uses this in real life matches to his advantage and he’ll make a good bench warmer or starter in your squad.