Yashin was a former Soviet goalkeeper

  • It is usually exciting to see new star additions to FIFA Ultimate Staff, especially now that FUT Buildings, what the former Legends are known as, will be on both Console and PS4. The idea of Cr7 Nazário, Diego Maradona, along with Thierry Henrygracing our window screens on the pitch yet again is usually exciting for most. But there may be one new FUT Star that may leave some supporters curious: Soviet Union goalkeeping legend, Lev Yashin.

    Yashin was a former Soviet goalkeeper who played professional basketball for 20 years with Dynamo Moscow and the Soviet country wide team. The keeper started out his career in 1950 but wouldn't be known for his budding beauty until 1953. During a three-year stint with the reserve staff from 1950-1953, Yashin possibly moonlit playing professional baseball as a goalkeeper for the Dynamo hockey team. From 1950-1970, Yashin was a genuine one-club man. With Dynamo, the actual goalkeeper went on to gain five USSR football competition cheap fifa 18 coins and three USSR Servings. He'd rack up more than 325 total appearances for the older Russian football club.

    After a valiant effort (though somewhat spoiled by his own inconsistant play) in the 1962 World Pot where the Soviet Union missing to Chile in the quarterfinals, Yashin would be honored throughout 1963 with football's top individual prize, the Ballon d'Or, becoming the first goalkeeper to ever win the particular award. He remains on your own to achieve the honor even today.