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FIFA 15 recently revealed the Team of the Year for Ultimate Team

The development team at EA Sports is not content with launching two full teams for fans of the Ultimate Team mode in FIFA 15 that you can have some FIFA 15 coins to play this week and is delivering a new video linked to the game, which is designed to offer more information about the impact that formation choice will have on the way each player approaches the football sim.

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The footage is packed with a look at some of the most solid ways in which a team can be organized and shows which advantages and weaknesses gamers need to be aware of and how various player roles need to be tweaked.

The studio reveals that 4-1-2-1-2 is the formation that FIFA 15 Ultimate Team players use the most and apparently it offers solid results because gamers can use the midfield to quickly play through balls or develop action on the flanks while taking advantage of the number of attackers to overwhelm an opposing team.

Of course, gamers are free to evaluate more than one formation before choosing which is best suited to their playstyle and the company encourages all those playing to share their best setup with the rest of the community.

FIFA 15 recently revealed the Team of the Year for Ultimate Team, which features some of the biggest stars of modern football and is available for gamers.Check the video below to see more detail information.

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15 Jan 2015

Elche moved off the foot of the standings courtesy of a 2-1 victory

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Barcelona produced one of their best performances of the season on Sunday night to beat Spanish La Liga hampions Atletico Madrid 3-1 at the Nou Camp – and move within a point of leaders Real Madrid.

Neymar put the hosts ahead after 12 minutes and Luis Suarez doubled their advantage before the break. Mario Mandzukic pulled one back for Diego Simeone’s side after Lionel Messi had given away a penalty, but the Argentinian sealed the points for the Catalan outfit late on with a close-range finish.

Elsewhere, Sevilla climbed up to fourth place thanks to a 2-0 win at Almeria. Vicente Iborra opened the scoring for the visitors in the 58th minute and Coke wrapped up the points with Sevilla’s second goal five minutes later.

The result put Unai Emery’s side two points behind third-placed Atletico, while Almeria remained just two points clear of the bottom three.

Fran Rico rescued a much-needed point as his Granada side claimed a 1-1 draw against Real Sociedad at Los Carmenes. Carlos Vela handed the visitors the lead by converting a penalty ten minutes before the break but Rico equalised, also from the spot, deep into the second half.

The point left Granada two points from safety at the bottom, while David Moyes’ side moved up a position to 12th – but just two points behind ninth-placed Celta Vigo.

Elche moved off the foot of the standings courtesy of a 2-1 victory at Athletic Bilbao. Victor Rodriguez put the visitors ahead in the 17th minute at San Mames and Faycal Fajr doubled their advantage eight minutes into the second half.

Mikel San Jose pulled a goal back in the 73rd minute but that was as good as it got for the hosts, as Elche – thrashed 5-0 by Barcelona in the Copa del Rey in midweek and beset by financial troubles – held on for only their third win in La Liga this term. More news you can veiw FIFA15-Coin.

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12 Jan 2015

Australia captain Mile Jedinak may boast an unassuming

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Australia captain Mile Jedinak may boast an unassuming and calm demeanour off the field, but the Sydneysider plays with a classic lead-by-example style when he steps over the white line. Jedinak assumed the captain’s armband last year ahead of Brazil 2014 to join an elite group of Australians to have led the national team at the FIFA World Cup™: Lucas Neill, Mark Viduka and Peter Wilson. Vome here to own some FIFA 15 coins to play in FIFA 15.

 

While Jedinak may not have the star power of his predecessors, he lacks little for inspirational qualities and sheer will to win. While the defensive midfielder can often be seen breaking down opposition attacks or putting in a decisive tackle, he is equally adept at opening a defence with a single pass or scoring from distance with his fierce shooting.

 

Jedinak has become a fans’ favourite at Crystal Palace where his modest profile outside south London contrasts with his immense value to the team. Last October Jedinak outshone the numerous headline names of the English Premier League by being named the competition’s best player based on statistics.

 

Now the 30-year-old is set for another milestone moment as Australia hosts the AFC Asian Cup for the first time commencing with the tournament opener against Kuwait today. Jedinak became an entrenched member of the national team line-up four years ago at Qatar 2011, where he scored his first international goal against Korea Republic. And he will have the opportunity to reprise that feat when the Socceroos tackle the Koreans and also Oman over the coming week in Group A.

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09 Jan 2015

We will give you some advice for FIFA 15 to play

You don’t want to spent money on FUT but still want to managed to use players like Ronaldo and TOTY Ibra?  Following our basic advice help you play FIFA game better.

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1.Obviously, do not buy packs. They are just a waste of FIFA 15 coins. You think you might pull something good, but realistically there are only a handful of truly valuable players and your odds of getting one of them are miniscule. Instead of looking at packs as a fun gamble, just think of it as discarding 3-5k coins every time you open a premium gold. Maybe that will help you resist the urge.

 

2.Not as obvious, but don’t buy contracts or fitness cards. I haven’t bought any all year. They’re just coin sinks. Buy backups so you can rest your starters when they run out of fitness. Buy your players for at least 5% less than the lowest BIN on open bid with extra contracts. Sell them when they get low on contracts and buy them back again. If you pay attention to market trends, you can always buy when prices are low (such as during pack promotions or on Wednesday shortly after the TOTW is released) and sell when prices spike (such as Friday-Saturday at roughly 11 am PST).

 

3.Buy catalogue pack boosts. If you have a high EA football club level, that will get you something like 40-50k just in bonuses. That’s enough to get started trading. From there you have a few options. See below.

 

4.Pick one racket and grind it hard. Early in FIFA 15′s release, I would buy lots of CF Cerci cards, buy lots of CF –> CAM cards, conver my Cerci cards to CAM, and then re-list at a big mark-up. I would make 10k per hour doing this, which was a big help in getting me off the ground this year. In previous FIFAs I have specialized in cheap, but popular players like Welliton, Doumbia, and Nilmar. You could try your luck with managers, as they can’t be searched by name and thus are off limits for autobuyers. I know that I have been able to get Wenger at cheap times for like 500-800 coins and sell him for 1.5k at peak times. The bottom line is pick one area of emphasis and grind it hard.

 

5.Another thing you can do is buy during crashes. During the FUTmas pack specials, I bought a full Bundesliga team with guys like Reus, Lewa, Alaba, Gotze, and Piszczek. Two days later that team had already gone up by 50-60k in value total. Easy money. Prices fall during crashes, but rise quickly thereafter.

 

6.The other main thing is just to buy IF cards at the low point of release and then sit on them for a couple weeks. I’ve done this with players like Herrmann and Lichtsteiner. Bough mass quantities when they hit rock bottom after 4-5 days of being in packs. Held them for 7-10 days. Sold for huge profits. It’s easy money and there’s no basically no risk. Once you have your first 100-200k, it is really easy to make coins. At this point just coasting and you’ll have over a million in no time.

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03 Jan 2015

Torres did not celebrate when Chelsea scored against Atleti in the UEFA Champions League

The Spaniard agreed to make his loan switch from the English Premier League leaders to the San Siro a permanent one on 27 December, but by the 29 December he was announced as an Atleti player on loan until the summer of 2016. The move, confirmed on the website of the Spanish La Liga champions, sets the 30-year-old up for an emotional return to the Vicente Calderon. And now you can buy some cheap FIFA 15 coins by our website to play in FIFA 15.

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He told us: “I’m going to Atletico in the pursuit of my happiness. When I was a child, my dream was to play for Atletico. I achieved that and to come back now is another dream I get to accomplish again. I’ve been fine with other teams, but there isn’t one like Atleti.”

 

A lifelong fan of Los Rojiblancos, Torres did not celebrate when Chelsea scored against Atleti in the UEFA Champions League earlier this season and has made his love of the club well known. “I was not a Liverpool fan or a Chelsea fan in Madrid,” he once said. “I was an Atletico fan. I still am. Maybe they’re the only badge I will kiss.” Torres scored 91 goals in 244 appearances for Atleti after making his debut as a 17-year-old in 2001.

 

The Spain striker sent a message to the Atletico fans on Monday, saying: “Nobody can doubt how I’ll feel wearing that shirt again. Atleti fans always demand your all on the field and I guarantee that I will give them that and more.”

 

Liverpool signed him from the Spanish club in 2007 and, after thrilling Anfield for the best part of four years, he left for Chelsea in a £50m switch but the move started a steady decline in his personal fortunes. Despite winning the FA Cup, UEFA Europa League and Champions League, he found goals hard to come by and a return of 45 goals in 172 games, while not prolific, is still not a true reflection of his struggles.

 

Just 20 of those goals were in the Premier League, scant return compared to the 65 the double European champion and one-time World Cup winner got for Liverpool. He joined Milan at the start of the season but has continued to labour for goals, netting just once.

 

A statement from Atleti read: “Fernando Torres returns to Atletico Madrid after an agreement reached by our club with Milan for the international striker to play on loan for the remainder of the season and one more. The player will have a medical on 5 January. He returns home, where he trained as a player and became one of our biggest stars.”

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30 Dec 2014

A diary about a fifa trader’s day

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Can you image what would happen if a trader decided to keep a diary with his daily negotiations?I suppose it won’t be deviate from buy fifa 15 coins naturally. Here you can find it.

Thursday, September 26th

6:30 am
I woke up by the sound of the neighbours dog barking to death before the alarm even went off, so I decided to use those extra 10 minutes to get up and turn on my pc monitor. I always leave my computer on and the web app open so I don’t have to waste time waiting for it to initiate, I just press F5 and voilà! The day couldn’t have kicked-off better (except for the dog thing). Two Turan, two Pepe and one David Luiz in one night! At first I thought it was just the monitor light blurring my eyes and confusing me, since I was still half asleep and I kept mistyping the letters on the keyboard, but it really happened. It was a great start, but I almost missed the bus because with the FIFA coins I had earned I spent some time looking for other players to bid at a good price. I had to run like Usain Bolt so I wouldn’t miss the bus, but it was worth it.

8:30am
I arrived at the company where I work and took the time to relist all of my players. I usually set 1 hour auctions for these cheaper players. I still have a few of those bronzes that you get from gift packs stuck in my transfer list, they just won’t let go even for 150 coins, but I still refuse to quick sell them. Someone desperate will show up. I’m patient.

10:00am
I figured I’d check a few websites since it was coffee break. According to Futwiz, Turan was going for 1106 coins, well, I still managed to sell him for 1700, so I must have been doing it right. Just to make sure I went to futbin and this was actually the average, but the graphics showed there were still a lot of people buying him for 2k. They must be my suppliers .On our way back, three friends and I started talking about selling, buying, how much profit I managed with this or that player, contracts and other related things. Something quite usual for us, but I did laugh when the 12th floor guy asked if we invested on the Stock Exchange, you know, according to the chat we were having. He seemed a bit disappointed when we explained the whole thing. Deep down people still associate games with kid’s stuff. His loss….

11:45am
Before heading to lunch I realised Pepe’s price had fallen quite a bit, I bought all that I could for 2,000 coins, and only after spending all my coins, of course, I told my mates about the bargain. They’re my mates but they don’t pay for my lunch

12:25pm
Back from lunch I did some research and found that there is no information about my FIFA Points that are still on FIFA 14 being
transferred. It’s still not even possible to buy any. EA is testing my patience, I’d voodoo them up if they were a person, but since they’re not, all I can do is wait. Anxiety will kill me some time…

6:00pm
Once again I missed the time. I can’t always relist my players on the right time. Some were only going to expire at 6:15pm, I can’t just head home without leaving their auction on point, it’s almost an OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) that I have. I’m willing to miss the bus but not the deal.

7:30pm
Today I’ve got a birthday party to attend. I’m a bit worried because it’s gonna take about two hours for me get out of there. Two hours!! The guy isn’t even that big friend of mine, but I just can’t refuse cake. Trade or cake? The doubt is consuming me…

9:00pm
I didn’t go to the birthday party, I decided to buy candy on the groceries store and come straight back home. I think I’m starting to get a bit anti-social, I promise I’ll give the guy a visit on the weekend (I’ll see).

9:15pm
I opened the web app and something interesting happened. Actually this happens quite often but it still gets me surprised every time. Ibought Samuel for 800 coins and auctioned him with 1500 start price, then after a minute someone got him with buy now while there were several others with 1k of current price, and the weird part is there were buy now prices at 1400. The guy didn’t even care to filter his price, he just saw it and bought. This is why I love non-trader players, they always fill my pockets.

9:45pm
I don’t get enough of these posts “Win 20k FIFA 14 coins just by signing up!”. You just need to give them your login/password so that they can “address you the coins”. They even claim it’s “safe” and that “no other information will be requested”. Wow, how can people fall for that? It’s sad that some actually do. Below there’s always somebody showing interest. What can you do if people don’t investigate? I did get tempted, but of course I didn’t click it…

10:30pm
I built my first decent team with a few good players, ready to go for a few matches. I try not to get attached, after all they’re all going back on auction. If someone pays what I demand they’ll leave, if not we’ll still play some games together.

11:00pm
My friend Tiago contacted me saying he sold the IF Samuel Eto’ he got from a pack. I told him he should invest the money on a few players indicated by me and then sell those for an X price. He couldn’t resist so he decided to spend everything on packs. Result, with the 30k he got from selling Eto’ all that he managed to get back by opening packs was 15k. He invented a coin-reducing technique. Interesting for people that want to lose money but don’t know how they should :p

1:15am
I need to go to sleep, started messing up. I just listed one Turan with 150 coins start price and no buy now. If I get unlucky I’ll lose money on this. It doesn’t matter how much, I don’t like losing 50 coins, and in this case I’ll lose the opportunity to win some, since I could sell him for about 1700 coins. Enough for today, I’ll go to sleep before I mess up on anything else.

1:30am
Grabbed the cellphone, just taking one last little look to see if there was any buy now…I’m out…

 

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03 Dec 2014