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FIFA’s dominance means mistake

FIFA’s dominance means they must have the cream of the crop working for them, right? Wrong. Every year the game has glitches and problems that, to a less than expert gamer even, look simple to eradicate. All this before the players’ ratings are taken into consideration. Do you have a expert gamer with enough FIFA 15 coins in FIFA 15 to play with your best friends or your family.

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Of course, a dodgy looking player rating isn’t entirely EA’s fault. A player can rope them in with a string of fine displays before going on the most barren of spells that leaves fans and pundits bewildered.

These players, that have often just secured a big move after becoming too ‘good’ for their old club, make chairman, managers, supporters and game developers look like morons. It’s a weird food-chain of unfulfilled promise.

Lionel Messi – 93
The man who has been the face of the FIFA games for the last few years is overrated in FIFA 15. There can’t be any denying it.

For at least a year now, Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo has had the better of the Argentine in almost every facet of the game. Ronaldo has scored more goals and won more cups.

However, Lionel did outshine Cristiano at last summer’s World Cup in Brazil but even so, that’s not worthy of having a better rating than the current Ballon d’Or winner.

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06 Jan 2015

Making calculated risks and understanding the market

There’s a lot of guides on the web regarding this subject! we’ve tried most of them! Some of them are very time consuming, some aren’t! I primarily use 4 ways to earn FIFA 15 coins.

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No 1: Exploiting tournament system

I dont think this will be pacthed. But in FIFA 14 you would only get a gold pack for winning the tournament for the first time! In FIFA15 you will get a gold pack each time you win! Furthermore its pretty fun to play tournaments, and you dont have to spend money to get the thrill of opening packs! I mostly play tournaments. ;-) So playing tournaments (Assuming that you win it, will get you = 2.800 for playing 4 games + 2.000 for winning + gold pack (5.000) = 9.800 coins per hour! Assuming that 4 games takes around 1 hour)

No 2: Know when to buy an IF player (Make calculated risks)

In the beginning of FIFA15 i bought for example Miranda (IF). My thought was that only Sergio Ramos was better! Its actually still like that! So I bought him for 70k and sold him recently for 130k = around 50-55k profit on 1 player.

Making calculated risks and understanding the market: An IF player is always very expensive when he enters the market! Assuming he is worth using in the future! When TOTW is out each wednesday, buy the IF`s! If you want to try to invest and make profit on IF`s buy them monday or tuesday evening (A lot of the same player on the market, cheapest price!!)

They rules in my head: Buy IF`s whos actually usable in the future! Like Lahm just came out (Bought him for 240k assuming that he will be more expensive in 3-4 weeks, I dont use him. Its only investments! Furthermore, this aint at all time consuming (more time to play the game!)

No 3: Getting better at fifa! OBVIOUS! Winning tournaments and getting up in higher divisions will earn you more coins.

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31 Dec 2014

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

FIFA 15 tricks to Jockey in Defence

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All we know,using the Jockeying feature whilst defending on FIFA 15 is one of the most underused and successful ways of winning the ball back for your team on the game. Here we go through all the details and tips on how you can implement this into your game-plan and become a better tactician and tackler in your final third.I suppose these tips are more useful than simply get cheap FIFA 15 coins,isn’t it? Then,just get it!

Why Use Jockeying In Defence?

Many gamers will ask why people use this function when defending their goal and what exactly can it do to help me leak less goals at the back. Well if you use jockey which is the L2 (PlayStation) or LB (Xbox) button held in on either controller then this will perform the jockeying stance. You’ll be able to place your defender in a side-wards position which in-turn will give him an advantage when skill players try skill moves to try and get past you on the wings or in central areas of the field.

This tactical ploy is used by all of the top teams in Europe and is coached to the best defenders in the world from a very young age by coaches and staff. Usually whilst young defenders are making their name in their respected youth academy of their club. Whilst in the side-on position, you will be able to show wingers down the line whilst still keeping up with them, but also when they try and cut inside into the middle you will also be able to keep up with play.

Our Jockeying Tips To Win The Ball

One of the most important aspects that you’ve got to remember is this year EA Sports have implemented the new feature of running jockey. This means that you can hold down the sprint button whilst holding down the jockey button so that you can run whilst jockeying and stay even closer to your opposition attacker. You need to make sure to not overuse this feature as it’s best to do when wingers are running down the line.

One of the most impact based features of jockeying is that you increase your chance of deflecting or blocking the ball. Whether it’ll be a cross to your goal or a shot on goal, getting these vital blocks in can be match-winners in their own right. So showing a deadly winger down the line and then blocking his way to goal with a firm block will stop the cross and danger from coming into your penalty box which is ultimately what you want to achieve.

Getting the precise timing right with your tackles whilst using this method is most probably one of the hardest things to do in FIFA 15. fear not though, as you can watch our video tutorial and that’ll give you a fair idea of when and when not to lunge in for a tackle. Mistiming them can result in the opposing attacker leaving your defender for dead and creating a goal-scoring opportunity.

It’s best to perform the jockey movement in the latter stages of a match as the opposition is getting very tired and that’s when you’ll be able to not only put in more challenges but also win the ball back more successfully more often. If you would like to do it right from the kick-off then one of the best techniques you can use is jockeying then immediately letting go of the jockey button and then immediately pressing the sprint button which will give your defender a sudden burst of pace and lunge in for the tackle. nine times out of ten he’ll end up winning the ball back with this handy technique as well.

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12 Dec 2014