A player in England's League Two, who made his debut at 34, has been included in FIFA 21, but finds himself amongst the lowest-ranked stars in the game.
Mark Wright finally made his debut for a professional football club when playing in Crawley Town's FA Cup victory over Leeds United.
This earned him a place in the latest version of EA SPORTS FIFA, but his overall rating is just 47 out of 99 - which is the joint-worst with five other players.
Added to this, using Wright in Career mode means he is unlikely to achieve much growth due to his age, and could actually see his overall rating decline.
His sub-category ratings are also not great, with the player being rated one star for his weak foot (the lowest possible rating), while also having low defensive and attacking work rates.
League Two player ratings sit at an average of 62 overall, and Wright is also the lowest-ranked star in his team, with Archie Davies being the closest teammate to his score, with 53 overall.
The five other players with a 47 overall are Song Yue (Tianjin TEDA FC), Ben Hough (Oldham Athletic), Chen Zitong (Shijiazhuang Ever Bright FC), Imanol Cárdenas (Club Bolivar) and Ronan McKinley (Derry City).