EA Sports have today released a new FIFA Ultimate Team card in honour of Premier League referee and online cult sensation Mike Dean.
The man in the middle has been in fine form this season, with his card-happy approach and controversial decisions providing weekly entertainment for football fans and pundits alike.
Not usually ones to miss a beat on current football trends, the FUT card provides Dean with accurate stats after his blistering start to the 2016/17 campaign.
“We wanted to ensure everyone could now get the cult hero into their squads,” explained FIFA insider Lee Satchell.
Satchell continued: “Dean has consistently proven to be one of the biggest talking points in the Premier League this season and we wanted to reflect that.”
The stats include a maximum 99 for sassiness, with his no look card brandishing and robust approach to telling players off reportedly behind the huge score.
For similar reasons he has been handed an 80 for flair, while he received a 95 rating for yellow cards, after he dished out an incredible 67 in 15 Premier League matches so far this campaign.
However the one blemish on his character is the 12 he receives for competence, with many questioning his ability to take control over any game this season.
Back he gained a rating of 94 for loyalty, with users reporting Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United are particularly compatible with Dean.
And finally the referee has scored a maximum 99 for red cards, after showing five reds in his opening 15 Premier League games.
Reports that the card is soon to receive an upgrade to becoming an in-form card are yet to be confirmed.
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