Here is the top five highest rated League One goalkeepers on FIFA 19

5. Adam Davies, Barnsley (67) –  He achieved a club goalkeeping record for consecutive appearances, and he was a League One promotion winner at Wembley, and was also between the sticks as Barnsley lifted the EFL Trophy.. His first called up for Wales duty in 2016 but yet to be capped, Adam made 118 consecutive Reds appearances between 2015 and 2017. He was made Barnsley captain in the summer of 2018.

4. Marek Stech, Luton Town (67) – The 6ft 5ins goalkeeper earned cult hero status at Yeovil Town after signing permanently in 2012, helping them to promotion to the Championship for the first time in the club’s history before leaving following their immediate relegation in the summer of 2014 to play in the Europa League with Sparta. He was an instant hit in his first season with Luton Town, saving two penalties in his first month at the club and going onto keep 15 clean sheets in 38 league games as Luton Town won promotion to League One.

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3. Connor Ripley, Accrington Stanley (68) – Ripley spent 2016/17 season on loan at Oldham Athletic, equalling a Latics’ record of 18 clean sheets, collected 3 awards at their End of Season Awards evening and was named in the League One Team of the Year. But last season, he moved to Burton Albion but his move was cut short as he wasn’t 1st choice at the Brewers. He joint Bury on loan to the end of the season.

2. Robbin Ruiter, Sunderland (69) – He opted to join top-tier side Utrecht on a free transfer in 2012. The stopper immediately made a name for himself with a standout debut against Feyenoord, and he enjoyed a successful five seasons Stadion Galgenward, during which Utrecht qualified for the UEFA Europa League on two occasions and he made 138 appearances. Robbin Ruiter made 21 appearances in his first season at the Stadium of Light.

1. Jon McLaughlin, Sunderland (71) – The 30-year-old put pen to paper on a two-year deal with Sunderland and became Ross’ second summer signing, arriving with a wealth of experience within the Football League. Born in Edinburgh, the in-demand stopper enjoyed a standout 2017-18 campaign with Scottish Premiership outfit Heart of Midlothian, and this led to his international debut in May 2018.

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