LFC’s R Sterling vs. Man Utd’s Rooney in FIFA 15 ratings

Liverpool Football Club’s Raheem Sterling is rated 78 and Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney 92 in FIFA 14, according to FUT Head, although things must change a lot in FIFA 15 after recent performance and more importantly the England vs. Italy game last night. Both of these ratings are more than the shipped scoring.

Wayne Rooney continues to be a letdown in the World Cup and this hasn’t changed again in 2014 with England’s first game. The pitch had its problems, but everyone played on the same surface and R Sterling showed both passion and flare while playing for England yesterday. The same magic has been seen with R Sterling in other non-England games, and LFC will be proud to have this player, especially after showing the world what he can do against Italy by running around their players with ease.

Even some Man Utd fans want to see Rooney gone, as seen in this comment “Why Rooney gets paid $300,000 a week is a mystery, I’ve not been happy with his play for a long time and this is coming from a longtime Man Utd fan. I want to see him gone, England need to leave him on the bench”. You can see another United fan giving a similar comment in a tweet below.

FIFA 15 ratings for Man Utd’s Rooney and LFC’s R Sterling – we’ve seen the first trailer for FIFA 15 and noted a number of changes thanks to possible transfers, although in this article we wanted to touch on possible rating changes for both Rooney and R Sterling.

In our opinion, Rooney is one of the most overrated players and in FIFA 15 it’s time to downgrade his score. Wayne Rooney’s apparent 92 rating on FUT Head should be downgraded to between 80 and 85 in FIFA 15, although R Sterling has to see an increase. Back in FIFA 13 we noted a 69 rating for R Sterling, then in FIFA 14 he started with a 76, so we got to be looking at an upgrade to 86 at least in FIFA 15 thanks to his performance at Liverpool FC alone.

Would you like to see Wayne Rooney downgraded and Raheem Sterling upgraded in FIFA 15 ratings? If so, what figures would you like to see when FIFA 15 releases later this year?

*Identifying Monetised Links - outgoing links that we monetise are marked with an '*' symbol.

Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

Contact Daniel Chubb:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

iOS 8 beta 2 release date pinpointed

Boom Beach on Android right now