Serbian Winger Discovered as the Only Known Player to Be Duplicated in FIFA Ultimate Team

Ben Davies

Marko Miric is a very special man. A cut above the rest. A man surely destined to go down in footballing history. Not necessarily for his ability, but rather because he's the only player to appear not once, but twice in the FIFA Ultimate Team database.

Many claim that the creators of FIFA at EA have their 'favourites' when it comes to Ultimate Team.  Indeed, in recent years the likes of Victor Ibarbo, Seydou Doumbia and Emmanuel Eminike have caused many a controller to be smashed due to their 'overpowered' stats. But now, the Serbian winger may be able to stake his claim for the 'favourite' title.

Cagliari Calcio v Juventus FC - Serie A

Of course, you haven't heard of him. And if you have, you're either an avid watcher of the Jupiler Pro League, or an absolute die hard FIFA machine. In the case of the latter, please open your curtains and venture into the 'outside world'.

Marko Miric is the only known player to be duplicated on FIFA Ultimate Team

The 67 rated Miric appears twice in the FUT database, and is the only known player to do so. Unfortunately, his duplicate doesn't actually exist in the game, but who would really want two of one player with such a low overall?

Now duplicating players isn't the only weird thing that the bods at EA have been up to. They've also decided to create players with only a '2' rating. Just type in 'Joe Warren' or 'Brett Branan' and you can see for yourself. According to Dream Team FC there's about five or so knocking about.

Brett Branan is one of a rumoured five players to have a 2 rating on FIFA Ultimate Team
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