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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

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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fifacoinsfut.org guides you how to Longshot in FIFA 15

Longshot is important in FIFA 15 Coins if you want to perform an effective attack in a match. As for this kind of score, we also call it the Word ball. The particular score skill, while, not everyone can do it! As you know, the longshot not only need the right opportunity and appropriate distance, but also it needs powerful force to kick ball into the door! The Ronaldo absolutely is the king of Longshot, and the powerful longshot scoring is his characteristic. During the past several seasons, he has lots of daunting Longshot scoring.

As the loyalty of FIFA 15 fan, I believed most of players want to score through Longshot. How can we do that? Now, we are glad to introduce the FIFA 15 Longshot Tutorial.

1. You need to choose the right position to keep appropriate distance. The ideal position as you can see in this picture.

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2. Due to the Longshot has high requirement of legstrength, we need to use the player who has high data of Longshots and Shotpower. This is very important factor you need take consideration!

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3. To grasp the right time, press shoot when the ball is farthest away from the player, so the player’s kicker will be more perfect! Because the FIFA 15 Longshot has the highest fidelity, different player, different ball position, different traveling speed and different defensive pressure has the different longshot effect.

4. Power, generally, 2-3 bars is the best

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5. How can we do it on handle? Take the Xbox One as an example:
Hold RT + hold the left stick towards the Goal + Press Shoot.

In the end, as long as you pay more attention on these five points and practice more. You would be the expert of Longshot! And you can use Longshot to win your game and get FIFA 15 coins just in the situation that when your player is countering and you’re waiting for your players to catch up.

 

 

 

 

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