It’s only on the front of the new EA Sports FIFA 2010 video game, but it’s more than Chivas USA have seen of him this season.
Besides, it makes sense: Frank Lampard, Cuauhtmoc Blanco – and Kljestan.
The game goes on sale Oct. 20.
Shameless ad copy:
Responding to consumer feedback from more than 400 million online games played* last year, FIFA Soccer 10 will deliver gameplay refinements and innovations that will make it the most complete and intelligent simulation of soccer. The first-ever true 360 dribbling system gives players finer control of the ball, enabling them to find spaces between defenders that previously were not possible. A new Freedom in Physical Play concept enables players to perform wider dribble touches and new collision sharing creates a varied, less predictable, and extended fight for possession between the dribbler and a defender. Master the game before stepping on the pitch in a new practice arena that enables users to design free kicks for different dead ball situations. Record and test plays before taking them onto the pitch with Customizable Set Pieces.
But can it stop Kljestan disappearing from games (and the U.S. National Team squad)?