Monthly Archives: January 2015

Cristiano Ronaldo showed us the secret about his muscle

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We know he does thousands of sit-ups every day, he has told us that before. But what else does Cristiano do to get that flawless six-pack and sculpted body?

“When Cristiano Ronaldo was at United, he averaged 50 games a season, 4,000 minutes on field, three games a week,” said Manchester United coach Tony Strudwick last year.

“Come the business end of the season we had to get him to recover. How can we keep him in a high performance state? All the information we gather from data keeps him there.”

The Real Madrid man will miss the club’s next two matches after he was sent off against Cordoba last week but he is keepi9ng himself in top shape as he prepares for his comeback game against Madrid rivals Atletico on February 7.

Here is CR7 working that core:

EA Sports must knows these games are beneficial to FIFA 15 Career Mode’s future

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Offline game modes are a dying breed in terms of hugely popular FIFA series and that was made clear by EA Sports with this year’s disappointing instalment of Career Mode.

We could be here all day listing the lack of improvements, flaws and overall laziness that FIFA 15 Career was released with, and with so much potential this makes the situation ever more frustrating for players and myself alike.

Even through looking at other sports games from past and present, there are many avenues that EA Sports could take to improve the offline, some of which could be taken from these games which made them so great in simulating the lives of a sports team, player or manager.

And so we’ve highlighted three games in particular that we felt stood out in making the offline experience a memorable one, and not a repetitive and bland B-side mode that we were met with last September.

FOOTBALL MANAGER

Football Manager is the ultimate managerial simulation hands down, thanks to all the time and effort is put in by the developers to make this game as close to the real life experience that one would go through as head coach of a professional football team.

In this way it already has the one-up on FIFA 15, which as a mainstream football game must have something for everyone, and it’s true that some people play the game just for the online.

But the problem is that EA Sports have completely pushed aside the offline fans with FIFA 15, and so to get us back on board, they could take a few leaves out of SEGA’s book.

Where Football Manager shines is through the amount of detail it brings to the manager simulation, from the amount of transfer possibilities to the realistic contract negotiations, we are presented with a game that is so much more refined and focused than the FIFA Career Mode.

This detail goes as far as retired players being given a testimonial game after years at the club, and its these small but impressive features which really immerse players in the game.

EA Sports’ FIFA is much more simplified than this, and this means players are very limited when it comes to dealing with transfers and other manager responsibilities, making the game ultimately a repetitive experience.

As mentioned, I don’t expect Career Mode to be this in-depth by next year, but by following in the footsteps of FM, we will see a much more enjoyable game for offline fans.

NBA 2K

The NBA 2K games are ones which succeed both online and offline, and in particular the MyCareer and MyPlayer game modes are examples of immersing the player and making them feel part of the experience.

The main thing that draws me to 2K Sports’ offline game is the deep focus on character customisation and creating a story line for the player you create when you start off.

For those unaware, the MyPlayer game mode lets you create your own basketball player, whether you replicate yourself or make up someone completely random, and guide them from street rookie to the Hall of Fame.

It’s basically the same concept as FIFA’s player career, although once again much more focused and built with the same importance as the online game modes, not just alongside it.

CHARACTER CUSTOMISATION

FIFA’s player customisation screen as been the same since it was first introduced, with limited choices with hairstyles to the broken facial recognition feature offered (although this is just as bad in NBA 2K15).

The player you create on FIFA is always just a carbon-copy of your previous year’s and there’s been no effort to improve this whatsoever.

Although the NBA games really have stepped up in recent years in this field. With your player you can choose from a range of hairstyles, clothes and even add a voice to your star. For those that have played both games, you will know that 2K is superior in this sense, even if it could be improved itself.

STORYLINES

I was really impressed with this aspect of NBA 2K right from the offset. All the scenarios that you read about in your FIFA player’s emails are actually played out to you through animated cutscenes as you play through MyPlayer in the basketball game.

With player choice and alternative actions depending on whether you complete or fail an objective add so much more purpose to NBA 2K, whereas most of your actions in FIFA are neither memorable nor important to the story you pretty much have to create yourself.

NBA 2K15 and previous games are no where near perfect, but they have a concept. A concept which means something to the player, and given some time and effort EA Sports could better this in FIFA. I don’t even know if they realise this potential this game has…

PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 6

I can only reference this PES as it was the last one of the series which I’ve actually played, but I’ve got no doubt that it was and is one of my favourite sports games of all-time.

Since then PES has gone downhill, but in their prime Konami knew how to create a great offline experience.

For a game released in 2006, it had so many impressive features in its own offline manager / tournament mode which I took for granted at the time. Examples of this would be the player’s ability to completely customise different teams’ kits (due to teams being unlicensed) and a respectable create-a-player screen that let you create teams from scratch.

If this could be done almost ten years ago, I don’t see why EA Sports have ignored some of Career Mode’s best attributes and almost abandoned its whole premise which once made the series great.

EA Sports must take these three examples and build on them if they want to retain the offline players. They have to take advantage of the next-gen consoles that are eager to make a name for themselves and they could do this if they took one minute away from Ultimate Team.

I truly hope FIFA 16 will be special, especially when thinking about the never-ending possibilities and the potential of the franchise as a whole.

EA Release Fourth Batch of Winter Transfers on January

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EA Sports have released the fourth batch of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Winter Transfers. January upgrades are due at the end of the weekend when the English transfer window closes.

The recent releases have come as a huge surprise to gamers all cross the world, as transfers tend to come at the end of the transfer window. The first transfer update was released on January 20th and the second a day later. The third batch was released on the 23rd and it has only built our anticipation for the winter upgrades.

Real world transfers completed so far have been included in FUT 15. This means that you will find Samuel Eto, Fernando Torres and Shaqiri at Sampdoria, Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan respectively. It seems EA are constantly updating the rosters to avoid overloading the servers this month end. Remember that in order to get one of these new cards, you will have to get them in packs or buy FIFA 15 Coins to get them in the market house. The existing players’ cards do not update. They just stop to be released in packs.

Here it is the complete list of the fourth batch of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Winter Transfers:

NAME RATING POSITION CLUB
Samuel Eto’o 81 ST Sampdoria
Cristian Rodríguez 79 LM Parma
Maurício 76 CB Lazio
Damien Perquis 75 CB Toronto FC
Gustavo Colman 75 CM Rosario Central
Royston Drenthe 72 RM Kayseri Erciyesspor
Koen Casteels 71 GK Werder Bremen
Yannick Djaló 69 RM Mordovia Saransk
Adam Hammill 68 RM Rotherham United
Adam Sarota 68 CM Brisbane Roar
Alexander Milošević 68 CB Beşiktaş JK
André Hansen 68 GK Rosenborg BK
Axel Ngando 68 CAM Angers SCO
Benjamin Mokulu 68 ST Avellino
Björn Bergmann Sigurðarson 68 ST FC København
Carlos Ochoa 68 ST Atlas
Claudemir 68 CM Club Brugge
Dario Benedetto 68 ST América
Diego Fabbrini 68 SS Millwall
Emil Forsberg 68 LM RB Leipzig
Fabrice Fokobo 68 CB Arouca
Fedor Smolov 68 ST FC Ural
Franco Mussis 68 CM San Lorenzo de Almagro
Gary Gardner 68 CM Nottingham Forest
Germán Ré 68 CB Atlético de Rafaela
Ghislain Gimbert 68 ST SV Zulte-Waregem
Hernán Pellerano 68 CB Vélez Sarsfield
Israel Jiménez 68 RB Tigres U.A.N.L.
Iuri Medeiros 68 LW Arouca
Kepa Arrizabalaga 68 GK SD Ponferradina
Kingsley Boateng 68 RW Bari
Luis Ángel Mendoza 68 RM Santos Laguna
Luka Đorđević 68 ST Sampdoria
Marco Djuricin 68 ST Red Bull Salzburg
Mario Ángel Paglialunga 68 CM Club Atlético Tigre
Mathías Vidangossy 68 LW CD Palestino
Miguel Borja 68 ST Independiente Santa Fe
Nathaniel Chalobah 68 CM Reading
Olivier Occéan 68 ST Odds Ballklubb
Pasquale Schiattarella 68 RM Bari
Raffaele Schiavi 68 CB Catania
Sebastián Roco 68 CB Universidad de Concepción
Sebastián Toro 68 CB Deportes Iquique
Suk Hyun Jun 68 ST Vitória Setúbal
Tony Watt 68 ST Charlton Athletic
Yannis Salibur 68 LW En Avant Guingamp
Adrian Nikci 67 LM Hannover 96
Antonio Rosati 67 GK Fiorentina
Avilés Hurtado 67 LM Chiapas FC
Choi Hyo Jin 67 RB Jeonnam Dragons
Conor Sammon 67 ST Rotherham United
Cristian Bonilla 67 GK La Equidad
Cristian Palomeque 67 LM Atlético Nacional
Daniel Sjölund 67 CM IFK Norrköping
Daniele Sciaudone 67 CM Catania
Doneil Henry 67 CB West Ham United
Felix Bastians 67 LB VfL Bochum
Gerardo Rodríguez 67 LB Toluca
Gianni Bruno 67 ST FC Lorient
Hugo Rodríguez 67 CB Tigres U.A.N.L.
Ignacio Canuto 67 CB León
Jack Hunt 67 RB Crystal Palace
Jakub Wawrzyniak 67 LB Lechia Gdańsk
Jonathan Estrada 67 CAM Deportes Tolima
Juan Carlos Valenzuela 67 CB Atlas
Kjetil Wæhler 67 CB Vålerenga Fotball
Leandro González Pirez 67 CB Club Atlético Tigre
Leon Best 67 ST Brighton & Hove Albion
Lloyd Dyer 67 LM Birmingham City
Mauro Cejas 67 CAM Monarcas Morelia
Orhan Ademi 67 ST VfR Aalen
Pablo Barrera 67 RM Monterrey
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg 67 CM FC Augsburg
Robin Ramírez 67 ST Deportes Tolima
Rodrigo Riquelme 67 CB Deportes Antofagasta
Ronny Philp 67 RB SpVgg Greuther Fürth
Ruslan Mukhametshin 67 ST Rubin Kazan
Scott Malone 67 LB Cardiff City
Sebastian Freis 67 ST SpVgg Greuther Fürth
Simon Thern 67 CM SC Heerenveen
Tally Hall 67 GK Orlando City SC
Theo Bongonda 67 LM RC Celta de Vigo
Tobias Sana 67 RM Malmö FF
Uğur Demirok 67 CB Trabzonspor
Agustín Pelletieri 66 CDM Club Atlético Tigre
Alan Tate 66 CB Crewe Alexandra
Andy Butler 66 CB Doncaster Rovers
Bae Ki Jong 66 CAM Jeju United FC
Bradley Orr 66 RB Blackburn Rovers
Dan Kennedy 66 GK FC Dallas
Daniel Arreola 66 LB Monarcas Morelia
Enrique Esqueda 66 ST Tigres U.A.N.L.
Josh Wright 66 CM Leyton Orient
Keith Fahey 66 CM Shamrock Rovers
Keith Southern 66 CDM Shrewsbury Town
Kim Dong Chan 66 SS Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
Lee Seung Hyun 66 RM Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
Magne Hoseth 66 CM Viking FK
Markus Halsti 66 CDM D.C. United
Mathias Ranégie 66 ST Watford
Omer Damari 66 ST RB Leipzig
Peter Ramage 66 CB Barnsley
Scott Loach 66 GK Peterborough United
Sergio García 66 GK Chiapas FC
Shaun Cummings 66 RB Millwall
Walter Acevedo 66 CDM Fl Varela

 

fifacoinsfut.org provides 6 High Potential Wonderkids and Youngsters for your FIFA 15 Career Mode

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Any FIFA player will know that Career Mode is all about signing football’s youth stars of tomorrow and guiding them to glory as you progress through each season.

There’s nothing better than seeing your new signings increase in overall every year, either helping you make a satisfying profit in the future or becoming pivotal to your success in the game mode as a manager.

You are also able to search by last name again, like in iterations prior to FIFA 14, which allows you to find that individual player you want to add to your team, rather than having to flip through the list of players on each team.

Today we take a look at some of the best players to sign this time around, the players who will grow to the highest overall as they mature each season. So you can buy FIFA Coins to get them, Their future will not let you be disappointed!

1、Julian Brandt – Bayern Leverkusen – Bundesliga

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 Nationality: Germany

Age: 18

Height: 185cm (6’1″)

Weight: 82kg (181lbs)

Overall Rating: 70

Potential Rating: 86

Growth: +16

Preferred Positions: LW, RM

Contract Expiration: 2019

With a Medium/Medium workrate, Julian Brandt seems like a low-risk, high-reward player for any budding Career Mode manager.

His most of his ratings in the low-to-mid 70’s and below, this would be a good player to have on rotation for games against bottom of the table sides and in domestic cup competitions.

With 83 Acceleration, 76 Sprint Speed, and 79 Agility, Brandt looks like he could quickly develop into a pace merchant on either flank. Should be a good addition for any team that plays long through balls over the top or looks to cross heavily.

2、Simone Scuffet – Udinese – Serie A

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Nationality: Italy

Age: 18

Height: 190cm (6’3″)

Weight: 76kg (168lbs)

Overall Rating: 71

Potential Rating: 87

Growth: +16

Preferred Positions: GK

Contract Expiration: 2019

A great young goalkeeper to have as a rotational backup, Scuffet is yet another low-risk, high-reward player.If you’re upset with your main goalkeeper or looking to develop a young apprentice behind an aging keeper, say if you’re managing Everton and have Tim Howard for instance, then Scuffet would be a great purchase.

His reflexes are phenomenal for someone so young, with 81 GK Reflexes. Of worry though his his 65 rated GK Handling and 69 rated GK Positioning, which could be an issue, but it does seem that EA Sports has put a lot of work into making sure goalkeepers aren’t the floundering piles of work they were in earlier iterations, so this could be less of an issue than in the past.

3、Youri Tielemans – RSC Anderlecht – Belgian Pro League

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Nationality: Belgium

Age: 17

Height: 176cm (5’9″)

Weight: 72kg (159lbs)

Overall Rating: 73

Potential Rating: 88

Growth: +15

Preferred Positions: CM

Contract Expiration: 2016

Whereas Zakaria Bakkali was the high potential Belgian talent of FIFA 14, Tielemans is the flavor of the year in this year’s FIFA.

With mid-70 ratings all-around, this is a must-buy player for your Career Mode. That’s the long and short of it. If you need to rebuild your midfield core and are looking for a long-term replacement for over-the-hill central midfielders, Tielemans is your player.

Being only 5’9″ tall, he’ll be a bit tough against more physical midfields within the first couple of seasons, but should be a sure thing once  fully integrated and developed more as a player.

Also, he has a five-star weak foot. Yeah, I know. Go buy him. Now.

4、Memphis Depay – PSV – Eredivisie

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Nationality:  Netherlands

Age: 20

Height: 176cm (5’9″)

Weight: 78kg (172lbs)

Overall Rating: 78

Potential Rating: 88

Growth: +10

Preferred Positions: LW

Contract Expiration: 2018

Following a very successful World Cup/personal hype campaign, Memphis Depay is going to be a bit more expensive than he otherwise would be in a non-World Cup year, but he is worth his weight in gold.With a High/Medium work rate, and five-star skill moves, he’s going to be incredible on any attack. Being a more immediate impact than most players, he is incredibly fast, with 92 Acceleration and 90 Sprint Speed. He also has a wicked shot on him with 86 Shot Power, but lacks heavily in finishing, with only 64 Finishing.

He already has a few traits and specialties in his pocket that would be of use, as well, with the Power Free-Kick, Avoids Using Weaker, Selfish, Flair, Long Shot Taker Traits and two Specialties, Speedster and Dribbler.

His qualities appear to similar to Jesus Navas, Julian Draxler, Isco, Carlos Vela, and Roberto Firmino.

A phenomenal player at a phenomenally young age, he’ll revolutionize any attack.

5、Domenico Berardi – Sassuolo (Loan from Juventus) – Serie A

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Nationality:  Italy

Age: 19

Height: 183cm (6’0″)

Weight: 70kg (154lbs)

Overall Rating: 74

Potential Rating: 87

Growth: +13

Preferred Positions: RW, ST

Contract Expiration: 2015

Berardi appears to be the best young, versatile, speedy striking option in FIFA 15. With a High/Medium work rate, he’s going to be best pressing up the wing, but may have the occasional issue tracking back, if you decide to play him out on the wing.

While three-star Weak Foot and three star Skill Moves aren’t ideal, particularly if you look to utilize him in the assist department, his 83 Acceleration, 85 Sprint Speed, and 81 Agility make up for it on the attack. Combine his sheer pace as a 19 year old attacker with his Technical Dribbler Trait and you have quite the attacking threat.

As a player on loan from Juventus, Berardi is one you should keep on your shortlist for when he returns to Juventus on July 1, 2015. Juventus are notoriously tough to negotiate with, so be prepared with a bit of extra cash, as he will have developed beyond his initial 74 rating in a year’s worth of play time at Sassuolo.

6、Angel Correa – San Lorenzo – Argentine Primera Division

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Nationality:  Argentina

Age: 19

Height: 176cm (5’9″)

Weight: 70kg (154lbs)

Overall Rating: 75

Potential Rating: 86

Growth: +11

Preferred Positions: CAM, ST

Contract Expiration: 2019

Okay, so full  disclosure here: Angel Correa was my favorite player in FIFA 14. He came in as a 75 rated CAM as a rotational option behind Mesut Ozil in my career with Arsenal. He was, for lack of a better word, phenomenal. He averaged anywhere around 20 goals and 20 assists every single season since I transferred him in.While I was arguing with Ozil over a one-year, $400k/week contract, I benched him in favor of Correa during negotiations. And Correa did this.

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Electronic Arts releases Q3 FY15 Financial Results

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Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) today announced preliminary financial results for its third fiscal quarter ended December 31, 2014.

“Electronic Arts delivered amazing experiences to our players in Q3, from the award-winning Dragon Age: Inquisition to SimCity BuildIt to our live services for FIFA, Madden NFL and more,” said Chief Executive Officer Andrew Wilson. “Great execution with our leading IP, new mobile hits and continued strength in our catalogue of top games and services were the foundation for an excellent performance in Q3.”

“EA has driven another quarter of record-breaking financials,” said Chief Financial Officer Blake Jorgensen. “Our ongoing digital transformation, including live services like EA SPORTS Ultimate Team, coupled with ongoing cost discipline, enables us to deliver consistent cash flow and earnings growth.”

FIFA 15 web app has also run into difficulty

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Following EA servers going down just yesterday, we now notice thousands reporting FIFA 15 web app problems within the last 30 minutes and this is impacting most regions. Other issues being reported this morning are for Xbox 360 and One owners, although it’s not clear if the PlayStation platform is having similar outages.

In regard to the FIFA 15 web app, EA hasn’t confirmed any outage or minor problems for January 28, 2015. This is pretty normal considering the downtime has taken place within the last hour, so they might be trying to figure out what’s going on before leaving a tweet answering many complaints.

One Product Reviews reader said, “the web app won’t load, I think it’s down today”. Another added, “I’m having the same problems for xbox 360, it is a joke following the servers not working yesterday”.

The Down Today website is also receiving status updates for both EA servers on Jan 28, and the Ultimate Team online mode. This is what one of their readers said, “I’m connected to servers on Fifa 15 Xbox 360 but it won’t let me go onto ultimate team? What’s going on EA?”.

Are you having problems with the FIFA 15 UT web app today, or if platform related issues what console are you playing on? Please leave any local city in the comments, so we can spot patterns during outages. We have reached out to EA Sports FIFA Twitter account for a comment, which hasn’t responded just yet like they did with the server outages yesterday.

Let’s have a break if your FIFA 15 web app have same problems, You can buy some cheap FIFA 15 Coins, which can help imporve your team’s strength! We will outcompete more ferocious rivals when the server return to normal.

Some frequently answer questions about FIFA15-Coins.com

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Neymar thinks Cristiano Ronaldo should take responsibility for his actions

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Neymar believes Cristiano Ronaldo “needs to be punished” for the action that led to his red card last weekend, though the Barcelona star did commiserate with his La Liga rival about the incident.

“It is difficult because sometimes there is provocation,” he said. “It happened to Zinedine Zidane, it happened to me. Nobody has the coolness to remain calm 100 per cent of the time.

“We must think with our heads. I think he should be punished.

“It is the referee’s responsibility to protect players on the pitch, particularly when they are targeted by hard challenges. Hard tackles must be punished.”

The Brazilian superstar may get his wish, with the Ballon d’Or winner facing anything up to a TWELVE match ban when the disciplinary hearing takes place on Wednesday, according to Catalan newspaper Mundo Deportivo.

However, such a sanction would be extremely unlikely, and the Portuguese may actually only miss Los Blancos’ home clash with Real Sociedad at the weekend.

A late Gareth Bale penalty sealed the three points for Real against Cordoba, and they sit a point clear of Barcelona at the top of La Liga, with a game in hand over their great rivals.

New Round of FIFA 15 UNIFORMED PLAYERS UPDATE has Begun

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With the main headline being Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Bony’s move from Swansea City to champions Manchester City, New round of FIFA 15 uniformed players update has begun. So you can buy FIFA 15 Coins to receive more excellent players.

Normally at the end of the January transfer window EA will release a new download which will allow players to play with clubs with fully updated transfers. With some plays get better in real life, They got more ability value accordingly. So we can use our FIFA 15 Coins to buy them.

However this year they have released a first part of transfers after around three weeks with the main headline being Bony’s £28 million move to City.

The update also covers Fernando Torres’ move from Milan and then to Atletico Madrid as well as Internazionale’s double loan deal for Arsenal’s Lukas Podolski and Bayern Munich’s Xherdan Shaqiri.

This is perhaps a sign from EA that they suspect there will be plenty of transfers between their first update and deadline day and in order to ensure they get the February update out as quickly as possible they have split the update into two parts.

It is worth bearing in mind that any players received in Ultimate Team packs before the update will stay registered to the club they were at before and that only players received after the update will be at their new teams.

FIFA 15 Tips – Skill Move Strategy

In FIFA 15, the slow pace of the game makes particular skill moves especially effective in getting you past your opponent. It’s unrealistic to think you can simply learn how and when to use every possible skill move in the game, or even that you will want to use every move. Not every move is all that effective, and later in the tutorial I will list some of the most effective and useful skill moves for you to master. The next matter of business though is developing an adequate strategy of getting used to skill moves and understanding when you should use them.

There’s so many people out there doing tutorials on the best 5-star skill moves for FIFA 15, yet they fail to realise that there’s only a limited amount of players on the game that have 5* skills. In-fact there’s around 50 players on the entire game that can boast of having that ability tagged next to their name. So we thought we’d do a useful video tutorial on the most effective and overpowered 4-star skill moves and below.

This means that your players don’t have to have the highest rating when it comes to skill moves, it’s a top five tutorial but some skills in this footage above do not necessarily have to have even four stars as some are as low as 2. We’ve put the number of stars that you’ll need to perform each skill and the appropriate buttons that you’ll need to press in-order to execute the moves.

We’ve even thrown in a demonstration of both the Xbox One/360 and PlayStation 4/PS3 buttons and controls so you know exactly what to press and when. We can’t tell you enough how well these moves are to get past opponents in matches and create genuine goal-scoring opportunities for your team in a link of an eye.

The first part of the video shows you the controls and how to do them in the practice arena, after that we go into a match on ultimate Team and showcase all five of them in action. We must say though, you shouldn’t be doing any of these, or any skill moves for that matter in your own half in defence. You should only perform them either when your at the halfway line, on the wings, or in your oppositions final third.

If you try them in defence then more often than not you’ll be caught out and concede a goal. To get these tutorials and tips a lot quicker, you can always subscribe to our YouTube channel and receive a notification as soon as we upload a new video. Let us know in the comments box below what you thought of these moves and which ones you tend to use in your gameplan when playing FUT , Virtual pro or Career Mode.