Here are the top five highest rated League One midfielders on FIFA 19 –
5. Graham Carey, Plymouth Argyle (70) – The Irishman had made 148 appearances in his first three seasons for Plymouth Argyle, and has scored 43 goals, racking up countless assists, making a real name for himself in the Football League.
4. Lee Cattlemole, Sunderland (70) – Cattermole’s form during the 2014-15 season was impressive and he was named as the North East Football Writers’ Player of the Year. Lee continued to be a mainstay of the side in 2015-16, playing 34 games. However, injury got the better of Lee last season which meant he spent the bulk of the 2016-17 season in the treatment room. Cattermole has sinced returned to action, returning to his role in the heart of the midfield. This season he had played six times, scoring twice.
3. Funso Ojo, Scunthorpe United (70) – Scunthorpe United beat off competition from a number of clubs to sign Belgian midfielder Funso Ojo on a free transfer in July 2017. His first season at Glanford Park saw him make 47 appearances in all competitions, scoring twice, as Scunthorpe United reached the League One play-offs. So far this season he has made six appearances.
2. Aiden McGeady, Sunderland (73) – The 31-year-old contributed nine goals and eight assists while at Deepdale under Grayson’s stewardship, and that saw him named North End’s player of the year. Grayson brought him to Sunderland, McGeady’s first season at the club saw him score seven goals in 35 league appearances.
1. Didier Ndong, Sunderland (74) – Didier Ndong signed for Sunderland for a fee of £16m from French side FC Lorient in August 2016. A right-footed central midfielder by trade, Ndong made his debut for the Gabon national team in 2012. Ndong made 37 appearances in all competitions for Sunderland in his first season in English football. He joined Watford on loan on January transfer deadline day 2018.
Missed Out – Marcus Maddison, Peterborough United (70) – Marcus Maddison signed for Peterborough United in the summer of 2014 from non-league side Gateshead. He is often described as the ‘assist king’, Marcus Maddison has made over 100 league appearances for Peterborough United and has scored 25 goals during that period of time, but he is a creator of goals too.