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FIFA video game cover

FIFA 16 is due to be released in September, but it is still undecided who will join Barcelona legend, and arguably the world’s best player – Lionel Messi, on the front cover of the UK and Ireland version of the game.

This year, EA Sports have allowed fans of the game to ultimately decide who will be on the cover – from a selection of 4 Premier League players; Sergio Aguero, Harry Kane, Thibaut Courtouis and Jordan Henderson.

Currently the Chelsea goal keeper is top of the poll, which ends on 5th July – but it was former Sunderland midfielder Jordan Henderson who was top not that long ago. Click here to cast your vote.

Current results from FIFA front cover poll

Current results from FIFA front cover poll

You have to go back a long time to remember the one and only time a Newcastle United player featured on the front cover.

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This was when David Ginola featured on the front of FIFA ’97, which back then, was only the 4th release of the FIFA franchise.

David Ginola on the front cover of FIFA 1997

David Ginola on the front cover of FIFA 1997

A lot has changed since then – both at Newcastle United and with the FIFA games. Here is what FIFA ’97 looked like…

It may look very dated now, but it was awesome at the time!

EA Sports have continued to impress FIFA fans throughout the years, adding new features, improving game-play and drastically creating better graphics. This year’s version, FIFA 16 will include women’s international teams for the first time.

Take a look at the FIFA 16 trailer below and click here to pre-order the game on PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 or PC.

Order FIFA 16 ,which will be released in September, by clicking here.

 

 

 

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