Monthly Archives: February 2015

Pique wants to Play for Barcelona throughout his Career

Pique wants to Retire at Barca

Gerard Pique has revealed that he plans to retire at Barcelona one day but feels he still has ‘many more years’ left in his locker. (Buy Fifa 15 Coins PC, XBOX 360, XBOX ONE, PS3, PS4, Android, IOS Service on UTfifa15coins)

The defender rejoined the Catalans from Manchester United in the summer of 2008 after four years at Old Trafford and has since established himself as a driving force in the Catalans’ recent successes, most notably under Pep Guardiola.

“I love this profession more and more each day. I’d like to play for many more years,” he mused to Cadena Cope.

“For now, I can tell you that I’m going to retire at [Barca], either at the end of the season or in six years’ time. I won’t play for another team.

“[Pep] Guardiola trains and motivates players like no other. He left his mark on the club and all the players.”

Pique did not enjoy a fruitful start to 2014-15, however, as he suffered a dip in form and was involved in an angry confrontation with police last October among other off-field misdemeanours, both of which he admitted had ‘affected’ him.

“My objective is becoming the best centre-back in the world, but it all depends on me,” he added.

“This season I’ve been through some tough situations. The beginning of the season was not desirable because I had two or three incidents on the pitch.

“Luis Enrique didn’t give me the continuity he’s giving me now. [When you don't play], it’s very difficult to prove that you’re in good shape, plus the off-field incidents affected me.”

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Raymond Verheijen thinks Aaron Ramsey is No Need to Stay on Arsenal

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Former Wales assistant manager Raymond Verheijen believes Aaron Ramsey should consider leaving Arsenal in order to prevent being injured on such a regular basis. (Buy Cheap Fifa 15 Coins Online,We are the Top-rated sellers for cheap Fut coins!)

The 24-year-old suffered his third hamstring injury of the season during the Gunners’ 2-1 win over Leicester City on Tuesday night and is now a doubt for Wales’ Euro 2016 qualifier against Israel in late March.

Verheijen, who is no stranger to controversy, believes the Arsenal midfielder must consider leaving the Emirates Stadium for a club with a more balance training regime.

VERHEIJEN: RAMSEY SHOULD CONSIDER ARSENAL EXIT

“There are two solutions. Either Arsenal sort themselves out or Aaron has to go to a club… where training is more balanced,” Verheijen was quoted as saying by BBC Sport.

“It’s one or the other. The medical staff can only cure the problem but football coaches cause the problem because they are responsible for football training sessions.”

RAMSEY TO MISS FOUR WEEKS

Ramsey is expected to be out of action for at least four weeks, according to the Telegraph, after lasting just nine minutes as a second-half substitute in the Gunners’ win over Leicester.

The Wales international missed six weeks earlier this season season after suffering a similar injury against Galatasaray and has only managed to make five appearances since making his comeback.

INJURY-PLAGUED CAREER

Ramsey has missed large periods of his career through injury. His worst injury to date came in a match against Stoke City in February 2010, when he suffered a broken leg.

The former Cardiff City starlet was previously a much-maligned figure at Arsenal, but transformed his reputation with a series of sensational performances last season.

Ramsey scored 16 goals in 34 appearances for the Gunners last term, but has failed to hit the same heights during the current campaign, netting a more modest six goals from 25 matches.

POTENTIAL DESTINATIONS FOR RAMSEY

If Ramsey was to take Verheijen’s advice and leave Arsenal, where is he likely to end up?

For starters, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger would be extremely reluctant to sell to a direct rival – this is a player with match-winning capabilities, as we all witnessed last season.

Manchester United attempted to sign Ramsey before he joined Arsenal in 2008 – they even published a story on their official website claiming a deal had been agreed – and the Red Devils would surely be interested in the Welshman.

Manchester City would also be keen on the Arsenal star, provided they were convinced he could reproduce last season’s form in the future.

But Wenger would surely rather sell to an overseas club.

RAMSEY BELONGS AT ARSENAL

It’s unlikely that either Real Madrid or Barcelona would be interested in Ramsey – he is not a world-class central midfielder – while a move to either France or Italy seems similarly unrealistic.

Ramsey belongs at Arsenal – but Wenger must find a way to combat the midfielder’s injury problems.

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Kevin De Bruyne tempted to Chelsea Make New Contact

Kevin De Bruyne’s performances for VfL Wolfsburg this season have been so impressive that Chelsea could make an effort to re-sign him in the summer, according to speculation in a Belgian paper.

Flemish outlet Het Nieuwsblad makes the claim that the Blues might look to take De Bruyne back to Stamford Bridge only a year and a half after selling him to the Bundesliga, and VfL Wolfsburg may be open to doing business as they look to comply with Financial Fair Play rules.FIFA 15

DE BRUYNE FORM

Having completed the January signing of German winger Andre Schurrle for £24 million Wolfsburg have made clear their intentions to fight with Bayern Munich for the domestic title, and De Bruyne’s form is certainly helping them to do just that.

The Belgium international wasn’t considered good enough to make the cut under Jose Mourinho, but he’s proved his critics wrong since leaving west London.

11 assists and six goals in the Bundesliga this term has ensured that he’s statistically one of the most influential members of Dieter Hecking’s squad, and as such he’s naturally attracted the attentions of a host of top clubs. French champions Paris Saint-Germain are said to be interested in a move to seal his future, whilst even Bayern have been mentioned amongst his other suitors.

SHOCK RETURN?

Whilst the idea of either club making a big offer for De Bruyne isn’t too far-fetched the notion of a Stamford Bridge return will certainly shock fans who thought they’d saw the last of him.

The report in question points to the case of Nemanja Matic as proof that Chelsea, and indeed Mourinho, have gone down the route of buying-back former stars in the past once their development has reached a satisfactory point, but even so a move for De Bruyne this soon after his sale will ruffle feathers.

It makes sense to assume that Wolfsburg won’t want to sell the 23-year-old unless they absolutely have to, although the £30 million price-tag supposedly hanging over his head would be enough to ensure Hecking had plenty of funds with which to reinforce his squad.

Video Tutorials of FIFA 15 Corners

EA Sports have released their latest tutorial video for FIFA 15 Coins PS3 even other concoles and this one explains to players how to improve their ability from corners.

In FIFA 15 set-pieces are absolutely vital, keepers are more liable than ever to parry shots behind so you need to make sure you’re as good from corners as possible.

The first part of the video is split into sections regarding the different types of corner you can choose to utilise, with the first of these being the driven corner.

The driven corner is executed by holding L1/LB as you take the corner and up on the left analog stick which should send the ball in nice and early, surprising your opponent.

The wide corner is best used by aiming outside of the box and using around three bars of power which should find a man on the edge of the area who should have time to take a shot himself.

Using a short corner – press LT/L2 – presents you with the option of playing the ball in with an early cross (L1/LT plus square), play a short pass to a team-mate on the edge of the box or dribble the ball into the box yourself.

Lucas Silva Make His Peak: into Real Madrid

Real Madrid have made a shrewd signing in Cruzeiro’s former defensive-midfielder Lucas Silva.

The young Brazilian is looking increasingly likely to be the replacement for Sami Khedira and in a sign of how well he has settled into his new surroundings, Carlo Ancelotti is ready to hand him a debut at the Vicente Calderon.

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It’s likely that Silva will take the fixture in his stride. At just 21-years-of-age, he already has more than 50 senior appearances to his credit and in a recent interview, South American expert Tim Vickery noted he was: “Probably the best passing midfielder that Brazilian football has produced in the last few years.”

Heady praise indeed, and entirely justified.

An immaculate passing range reminds one of a young Xabi Alonso whilst the box to box nature of his play could be compared to Steven Gerrard in his pomp. It’s an intoxicating mix of skills and it has marked him out for greatness for some while now.

That said, he is an important member of his country’s U23 squad and will form part of Brazil’s 2016 Olympic team. Some experts suggest that Silva isn’t yet the finished article, and they would be right. A bargain transfer fee suggests the same too.

At this stage he still remains a prospect, but with all of the tools in his locker and a propensity to learn, it’s only a matter of time before Silva turns to gold at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Best Potential Youngs on FIFA 15 Revisited

So near to the start of the game coming out worldwide we released our FIFA 15 Career Mode best U21 Barclays Premier league post and video which went down rather well. That’s not how we saw it however, with the not such high standard audio and a lack of players reaching 90+ or there full potential we decidedto do revisited.

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Now this is all about the best young under-21 players potential growth on the FIFA 15 Career Mode for the BPL and it’s better than you could ever imagine. There’s complete defenders, complete midfielders, complete forwards and what seems a never ending selection of players that went up to above 90 rating in the video that you can watch above in super 1080p HD.

Just in-case you’re not too keen on watching videos, here’s the full list of players from the starting lineup that we included in our team and what overall rating we got them up to when we stopped playing the seasons at the year 2025 on manager mode.

GK: Jack Butland – Stoke City – 81
RB: Callum Chambers – Arsenal – 90
CB: Tyler Blackett – Man Utd – 89
CB: Kurt Zouma – Chelsea – 92
LB: Nathan Ake – Chelsea – 88
CM: James Ward-Prowse – Southampton – 91
CM: Nabil Bentaleb – Spurs – 90
RW: Raheem Sterling – Liverpool – 94
LM: Jack Grealish – Aston Villa – 90
CAM: Charly Musonda – Chelsea – 90
ST: James Wilson – Man Utd – 90

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Few FUT15 Players from Deadtime in Reality

EA Sports FIFA has been astonishingly fast with updating FUT 15 transfers and this time is no exception.

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The fifth batch of winter transfers was released the day before yesterday, Deadline Day, as many transfer windows closed across Europe. Colombian star Juan Cuadrado was undoubtedly the biggest transfer of the window and now we await the update of additional FIFA 15 FUT transferred players.

We are thoroughly impressed with EA’s approach to updating transfers throughout the window. For FIFA 14, gamers waited a considerable length of time before players were available to their new squad. This year EA started with live transfers roughly two weeks ahead of the January transfer window closing.

We can now find Juan Cuadrado inside Gold packs in representing the Blues, and the same can be said for Andre Schurrle who switched to Wolfsburg from Chelsea. Below are the top transfers made during Deadline Day, February 2nd.

Overall, this has not been an exciting transfer window, but we can anticipate great FIFA 15 player upgrades.

Schurrle and Cuadrado Already Released an Update in FUT 15

Hours we told you it was looking likely that Colombian star Juan Cuadrado would be making a big move over to Chelsea. With the Transfer window closed we can see that the deal has been completed and EA has already released an update to their FIFA 15 Coins PS4 FUT transferred players.

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We are highly impressed with EA’s speed in which they are operating with the transfers this year. With FIFA 14, we remember having to wait a considerable amount of time after the transfer window had shut before we saw the players at their new clubs.

Now, EA has acted almost instantly. You’ll now find Juan Cuadrado inside Gold packs in Chelsea colors, the same can be said for Andre Schurrle who has moved from Chelsea to Wolfsburg

FIFA 15 Keep Eye on Last Minute Transferred Players

We now have 24 hours to go until FIFA 15 Coins PS4 and others’ players find out which big names have made the surprise move to a different club at the last minute.

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We can see that many gamers are asking what time does the transfer window shut in UK and for those that are still not aware, it’s 11pm GMT on Monday February 2.

As always, EA will be keeping a close eye on the action as they prepare to put the FIFA 15 transferred players into the database as soon as possible.

The developer has been very swift this year, by moving players around almost instantly after they have moved – we saw evidence of this with the likes of Wilfried Bony and Samuel Eto’o, who are now no longer at Swansea and Everton respectively.

The question is, who are you expecting to see in a last minute FIFA 15 deadline day transfer update?

There’s a lot of buzz surrounding Danny Ings to Liverpool, while Manchester United fans may not be happy to hear that Januzaj may be moving to Everton on loan. Meanwhile Chelsea FC fans are sweating on a possible Juan Cuadrado deal and Man City may be trying to secure a move for Real Madrid’s Pepe.

Either way, this is one of the most exciting days to be a FIFA 15 player. If you are keeping an eye on the latest transfer rumors, let us know your last minute predictions and who you want to see at your club.

fifacoinsfut.org guides you how to Pass in FIFA 15

Passing is important in FIFA 15 Coins if you want to perform an effective attack in a match. Then you need to learn how to control and pass the balls. In this FIFA 15 passing guide, I’ll share you the best FIFA 15 gameplay tips about passing. I believe that you would never read such complete guide for fifa 15 passing. This guide contains basic tips and strategies as well as discuss different kinds of passes in FIFA 15 and how to execute most out of them. It’s easy for you to learn. Here we have some tips and tricks for you. Though it might be boring to practice the passing skills.

Passing Game and Patience

A single good-length match is more than enough to prove how different FIFA 15 is from FIFA 14. Back are the days when you didn’t have to continuously focus on attacking and keep up with the passing game!

Stick to the passing game and maintain a good possession; especially near final few minutes.

Importance of Ball Control

While receiving a pass, hold down L1/LB and you’ll be guaranteed to control first-touches most of the times.

If you’ve a midfielder with whom you intend on going forward, pressing these buttons will allow the receiver to stop the ball. Another thing that you need to remember is to never hold down the sprint button while receiving the pass.

When it comes to passing, pressing these buttons will allow the passing player to run forward and get a chance of repossessing the ball. However, you need to be careful when using these tactics with players who play at the position of center-back.

Types Of Passes

Short Pass

This is a simple pass which is performed by pressing A/X on consoles. This pass is most accurate when the receiver is right in front of you and is least accurate while back-passing.

Through Ball

This pass is delivered by pressing Y/Triangle buttons on consoles. This is certainly the most effective pass in the game and is highly unlikely to be intercepted the defenders – unless they position themselves really well.

Players will mostly rely on the short passes, but through ball comes in very handy when the pitch is crowded and there’re a lot of gaps between the passer and the receiver.

Flair Pass

In order to deliver this pass, press LT/L2 and press A/X on consoles. As long as you’re playing friendly matches with the AI, its fine, but I wouldn’t recommend going with these passes in online/LAN matches.

Dummy

This is executed by pressing RB/R1 on the consoles. The best possible situation to use this pass is to get rid of an aggressive defender who is always keeping up with you – use dummy, and you’ll most certainly make room for some plays.

Another situation in which you can use these is when your players are positioned right next to each other.

Lobbed Through Pass

This pass is delivered by pressing LB/L1 and then pressing Y/Triangle button. This kind of pass is particularly useful when you’ve plenty of distance between the passer and the receiver.

Another situation in which you can use this kind of pass is immediately after the kick off. This will allow you to get ahead of the defenders and make some plays.

It might be too much to remember especially to the new comers but after a little practice, you will get used to them, and you will know which pass to use when.

Passing Tips

Alright, you know about different types of passes in FIFA 15, and you know how to execute them. But the question is when?

Although it’s pretty much situational and depends a lot on your playstyle, there are some basics that can improve your overall effectiveness:

Back Passes should not be looked down upon as they sometimes can open up a lot of space for you upfront, and you can execute a better through ball. If there is noon up front, just pass the ball backwards instead of losing possession immaturely.

Don’t be obvious in your passing. Yes, a player is making a run but your opponent is also aware of that, so he is most probably marking that player.

What then? You can surprise him by choosing a different pass. Trust me, this technique works great against those who love to read the playstyle of their opponents.

Air Through Balls are effective in most cases but you can’t make them work all the time. I have seen players just using this type of pass and hoping that one of their fast strikers up front will break through, and they will score.

What if it doesn’t work? All I am trying to say that you should practice mutliple build ups while passing so that if one technique doesn’t work, you can use the other one.

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