5 Players Who Should've Been in TOTSSF

Serie A TOTSSF out now in FIFA 20 Ultimate Team.
Serie A TOTSSF out now in FIFA 20 Ultimate Team. | Photo courtesy of EA Sports

FIFA 20 Ultimate Team has left out some notable stars who should've been in this year's Team of the Season so Far.

Squads are released each Friday and Monday, alongside Flashback SBCs and Objectives, EA Sports and FIFA have unfortunately still missed some names who have performed excellently this season so far.

Here are five players who should have been in TOTSSF:

5 Players Who Should've Been in TOTSSF

1. Jack Grealish - Aston Villa (English Premier League)

With seven goals and six assists, the Englishman was a standout performer in the heart of the team, helping his team gain momentum in their race to avoid relegation. Fans were surely expecting his name to come into TOTSSF and could have replaced Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

2. Roberto Firmino - Liverpool (English Premier League)

Eight goals and seven assists, Firmino was the focal point and creative force that allowed teammates Sadio Mane and Mohammed Salah to run wild. Once again being left of Team of the Season, it is a shame this player is not recognized for his ability and achievement in FIFA 20. Firmino could have easily replaced Richarlison or Caglar Soyuncu.

3. Mikel Oyarzabal - Real Sociedad (La Liga Santander)

EA Sports and FIFA seem to know what players like and has chosen the likes of Nabil Fekir and Antoine Griezmann over Oyarzabal who has better stats so far this season. Eight goals and six assists for the Spainish left winger, the player could have came out as a decent CAM or LW.

4. Thorgan Hazard - Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga)

Once again, EA Sports have left out players who have performed better. Another victim to this is Thorgan Hazard with six goals and eleven assists which is the same total as team-mate Marco Reus and better than LM Filip Kostic.

5. Eden Dzeko - AS Roma (Serie A)

The Serie A TOTSSF was just released and a noticeable addition that has been left out is striker Edin Dzeko. With 12 goals and six assists, his stats are better than Domenico Beradi and teammate Lorenzo Pellegrini. At least there are much more attacking options to possibly receive.

Whether it was to diversify the positions or to have 88 rated players for Silver 2 FUT Champions players, they need to figure out a better way to not leave players out.