With the release of FIFA 19, one of the more intriguing new features has been the addition of 'House Rules', a series of modes whereby games have different rule sets.
One of these modes is called 'No Rules' and allows players to play matches where there are no fouls or offsides, allowing users to utilise career threatening slide tackles without recourse.
Speaking at the EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Ratings Awards, David Meyler was asked who would he want on his 'No Rules' team, and singled out Ireland team mate Seamus Coleman as the man he would want on his side.
The Reading midfielder also had a little dig at James McClean in the process:
Seamus Coleman. McClean? No. McClean would be running around just doing nothing.
So there you have it, Coleman is the hard man of the Ireland squad, wonder what McClean thinks of this.
Also at the FIFA 19 launch was 'the Beast', Wycombe Wanderers Adebayo Akinfenwa who revealed that Watford hard man Troy Deeney would be his preferred team mate for a no rules contest.
West Ham forward Michail Antonio picked Akinfenwa as his choice for a No Rules match. Akinfenwa was at the event to pick up the award of strongest player in FIFA 19, so you can guess as to why Antonio plumped for the League One striker
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