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Katie McCabe Has Been Given A Seriously Impressive Rating In FIFA 23

Katie McCabe Has Been Given A Seriously Impressive Rating In FIFA 23
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Ireland captain, Katie McCabe, has been handed a tasty 84 rating in FIFA 23, which is due to be released next Tuesday.

Megan Connolly and Megan Walsh, both of Brighton, are second with ratings of 79, while Grace Moloney is on 76, Leanne Kiernan 74, and Ruesha Littlejohn 73.

These stats are an improvement on the ones given to Ireland's male players, which we wrote about earlier in the week. Matt Doherty is Ireland's best player with a 77 overall rating.

You can check out the ratings of all players here.

High Rating For Katie McCabe

A whopping 84 for Katie McCabe, with some nice ratings for Ireland's other stars.

READ HERE: Katie McCabe Laughed Off Slovakia's Attempts To 'Piss Off' Ireland As Play-Off Bye Secured


Ireland's women's team is currently gearing up for their World Cup qualifying second round clash on October 11, against the winners of Austria and Scotland.

Ireland guaranteed themselves a place in the second round with their victory over Slovakia earlier in the month, after which Katie McCabe gave a fiery post-match interview.

"F*****g kicked up and down the pitch, but I'm great...


"Maybe, I guess so (she is being targeted by other teams). They obviously did their due diligence on us pre-game and look to maybe try to keep myself and Denise quiet. Kick me, try and get in my head. I rise to that, I enjoy getting kicked around the pitch, it brings me up a level.

"I think they were just.. I don't know. For us it was important for us to start better than we did on Thursday night, be more proactive. A bit more front foot, and you seen the release of Megan and Harriet on either wing to take the pressure off the midfield. I think that worked really well.

"It was important for us to start right. Second half they came out and looked to kick us, looked to - excuse the french - piss us off. It was up to us to stay in control, keep the head and let the football do the talking.S


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