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FIFA 15 Share Ultimate Team – Team of the Week

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Each week FIFA Ultimate Team assembles the best players from international and club competition around the world. This collection of players is available to challenge in FIFA Ultimate Team. If you like FIFA 15, also need FIFA coins, FIFA World Coins will be your good choice.

Ander Herrera had a brace as Manchester United defeated Aston Villa 3-1 on Saturday at Old Trafford. The win saw the club move into third place, one point behind second place Arsenal and a point ahead of cross-town rivals City.

On Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo was unstoppable as he scored five of Real Madrid’s nine goals against Granada. The match ended 9-1, with Ronaldo earning a first-half hat-trick in the span of eight minutes. The win keeps Real Madrid within four points of leaders FC Barcelona.

Also on Sunday, Paris Saint-Germain defeated Marseille 2-3 to maintain their slender one point lead atop the Ligue 1 standings. PSG’s Blaise Matuidi opened the scoring for the defending champions, while a Marseille own-goal in the 51st minute ended up being the difference.

Starting XI

GK: Morgan De Sanctis – AS Roma (Italy)

LB: Ricardo Rodriguez – VfL Wolfsburg (Germany)

CB: Phil Jagielka – Everton (England)

CB: Jérémy Mathieu – FC Barcelona (Spain)

CM: Blaise Matuidi – Paris Saint-Germain (France)

CM: Ander Herrera – Manchester United (England)

CAM: Gonzalo Castro – Bayer 04 Leverkusen (Germany)

CAM: Alex Teixeira – Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine)

LW: Cristiano Ronaldo – Real Madrid (Spain)

RW: Quaresma – FC Porto (Portugal)

ST: Hulk – Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia)

Substitutes & Reserves

GK: Eugene Galeković – Adelaide United (Australia)

CB: Connor Goldson – Shrewsbury Town (England)

CM: Steven Luštica – Brisbane Roar (Australia)

RM: Patrick Herrmann – Borussia M’gladbach (Germany)

CAM: Kim Do Heon – Seongnam FC (Korea Republic)

ST: Gustavo Canales – Universidad de Chile (Chile)

ST: Modibo Maïga – FC Metz (France)

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Five Leagues Outstanding Players Lists in This Week from FIFA 15

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La Liga

The most noticeable in La Liga is that Real Madrid defeats Granada with 9:1. Cristiano plays hat-trick for 8 minutes and gets 5 goals for whole match, which has become the biggest highlight. In FIFA 15, Cristiano Ronald will be few in number of TIF cards. What lets us expect is his match location, ST or LW?

Premier League 

Hazard performed well in this match. First of all, Hazard broke the ice through a penalty kick. Then he ended the match by assisting Remy. The best goal in this season must be Charles Adam in Stoke city. Hazard chipped the goalkeeper with 60-meter distance. Hazard is quite likely to get TOTW card.

Herrera brings back to life in Manchester united midfield. He leads Manchester united to champion league qualification matches.

Castro is the best player of German Bundesliga. In this round, Castro is involved into almost all goals in the battle of Leverkusen vs Hamburg. And he succeeded in obtain 2 goals and 1 assist. In the position of attacking midfielder, Castro can lock TOTW easily.

Rodriguez gets a goal through a penalty kick at the beginning. Then he scored a goal through a long-ranged free kick. The two goals make him become the best LB player in this week.

Series A 

Roma goalkeeper named De Sanctis is quite brave in the Naple’s match. Many wonderful remedial actions ensure the victory of Rome against Naples.

French 

Matuidi helps the team lead a draw in the match of Marseile vs Paris Saint-Germain. Then all kinds of tackles and defense leave a deep impression on me. In the second half, Paris turns the game around alarmingly. He is worthy of getting FIFA 15 SIF card.

Amazing Gareth Bale CF review

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EA has kicked off a Spring Sale on Origin, making quite a few fairly recent PC games from the publisher half  fifa coins. You can see a full list of the games on sale here.

Titles from last year like Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Sims 4 and FIFA 15 are all half price. In the US, that means reduced to the $30-35 range (depending on whether you opt for a standard or deluxe edition.) That’s not too bad for some late 2014 titles.

Dragon Age: Inquisition was not exactly stellar on the PC, but if you’ve been planning to buy it and holding out for a sale, this is probably a decent opportunity to pick it up. FIFA 15 will be superseded by the inevitable FIFA 16, but that won’t happen until late September or thereabouts.

After comparing notes with Tim McDonald, it seems like there are 367 Origin games on sale in the US and 364 in Europe. Quite what the missing three are, I’m not sure – and don’t intend to sift through to find out.

European price ranges put Origin games in the 60-70 Euros realm (depending on standard/deluxe releases,) which means half price reductions in the 30-35 Euro area. Considering the Euro is practically on par with the dollar at the moment, the deals are fairly similar.

FIFA 15: Each week FIFA Ultimate Team assembles the best players

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This collection of players is available to challenge in FIFA Ultimate Team.

 

Starting XI

  • GK: Costel Pantilimon – Sunderland (England) – Romania
  • CB: Jérôme Boateng – Bayern München (Germany) – Germany
  • CB: Fabian Schär – FC Basel (Switzerland) – Switzerland
  • RB: Peter Pekarík – Hertha BSC (Germany) – Slovakia
  • LM: Fábio Coentrão – Real Madrid (Spain) – Portugal
  • LM: Ivica Olić – Hamburger SV (Germany) – Croatia
  • CM: Marouane Fellaini – Manchester United (England) – Belgium
  • CAM: Xherdan Shaqiri – Inter (Italy) – Switzerland
  • LW: Danny Welbeck – Arsenal (England) – England
  • CF: Gareth Bale – Real Madrid (Spain) – Wales
  • ST: Edin Džeko – Manchester City (England) – Bosnia and Herzegovina

Substitutes & Reserves

  • GK: Alberto – Real Sporting de Gijón (Spain) – Spain
  • CB: Ike Opara – Sporting KC (MLS) – USA
  • RM: Birkir Bjarnason – Pescara (Italy) – Iceland
  • CAM: Zlatko Junuzović – Werder Bremen (Germany) – Austria
  • CAM: Guilherme Finkler – Melbourne Victory (Australia) – Brazil
  • ST: Kyle Lafferty – Çaykur Rizespor (Turkey) – Northern Ireland
  • ST: Steven Fletcher – Sunderland (England) – Scotland

 

The Team of the Week is available to play against each and every week in FIFA Ultimate Team. TOTW items are available by chance when opening FIFA Ultimate Team Packs.

FIFA 15 Share Real Madrid shirt as he’ll appear next season

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Danilo to Real Madrid has been agreed and now we have a great heads-up for FIFA 15 players, on how the Porto defender will look once he dons the famous white shirt at the end of the season.

Danilo has been one of the best defenders in form in Europe this season, with EA acknowledging his current form by giving him an new 80 rating in the Winter upgrades.

According to BBC Sport, a £23 million deal has been agreed for Danilo to join Real Madrid at the end of the season in a deal that will last until 2021.

So what do Real Madrid fans on FIFA 15 have to look forward to? For starters, take a look at our images here which shows Danilo in a Real Madrid shirt as he’ll appear next season.

Obviously pending potential kit changes for the Real Madrid 2015/16 season, this is as good a preview as you’ll see until we get the official images this Summer.

 

Have Real Madrid made a shrewd signing with Brazilian Danilo in your opinion? At the end of the day, if he is a regular in the Brazil squad, he must be doing something right.

Let us know your thoughts on this completed Summer transfer for FIFA 15/16 and who you want to see next in the headlines.

EA defends Ultimate Team market changes from FIFA 15

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Conversely, there are players that were purchased for a great deal before the cap was introduced that now cannot be sold even at their minimum, because the minimum is a stark amount of coins – fifa coins that players don’t have, because they can no longer ship their players without the ease of open-bid auctions.

Sometimes developers make changes that fans think, “Thank God, I’ve been waiting months for that.” And then there are times when a developer makes a change that causes you to have an aneurysm, with a bleeding nose not unlike a classic Japanese anime.

EA’s currently stuck between both extremes, with users delighted – but mostly angered – by their recent change to alter the transfer market within FIFA 15‘s Ultimate Team mode.

“We want to keep the game fair and secure for everyone, and ensure a level playing field for all [FIFA Ultimate Team] fans,” EA wrote in a blog post explaining the changes. “To accomplish this we have to root out the activities of coin farmers and cheaters who are harming your experience with the game.”

“These exploiters generate coins illegitimately in the FUT economy through the use of bots and phishing scams, creating a flood of fraudulent in-game currency and driving up the cost of players on the Transfer Market,” the developer added.

Sounds all well and good in theory, but as is often the case, things are trickier than they seem. For instance, gold cards featuring Liverpool and England striker Daniel Sturridge were available for a mere 16,000 coins, while the minimum Sturridge sells for now is 150,000 coins.

The Guardian has gone to the trouble of asking a few YouTubers, dedicated to the FUT cause, their opinion. It’s well worth the longer read, although it should be noted that the intricacies of FUT, and the market in particular, are not as simple as some of you might be imagining.

EA did make a few promises to fans to brighten the mood

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EA did make a few promises to fans to brighten the mood: they are pledging better coin rewards in tournaments alongside more special content before the end of the season. EA representative Chu Morah a.k.a. ChuBoi also did a brief Q&A on the FIFA subreddit yesterday where he hinted at the use of a Pink In Form card in the future.

The FIFA community can be a real feisty bunch when it comes to EA “meddling” with the game and the introduction of Price Ranges caused the fanbase to implode. Last night, EA took the opportunity to deny they had broken Ultimate Team by making major changes.

In a blog post on its site, EA addressed the criticism that has been thrown at them, saying:

What are we trying to achieve with these changes? It’s simple – we want to keep the game fair and secure for everyone, and ensure a level playing field for all FUT fans. To accomplish this we have to root out the activities of coin farmers and cheaters who are harming your experience with the game.

The spokesperson argued there had been “positive signs” since the changes were made, pointing to a more stable Transfer Market with fewer coin sellers and bots being allowed to operate.

However, there’s bad news for those people who like to use the Ultimate Team Web and Companion Apps: it’s not coming back yet. Fans who enjoyed tinkering with their team or opening packs while at work or uni will have to keep waiting because EA say they’re not ready to bring the apps back. They were taken down in February because they were providing an entry point for the majority of the coin sellers, but as EA explained:

We want to do this as quickly as possible, and we are working as hard as we can to bring them back for everyone to use…but we can’t do that until we’ve made them secure and more stable.

It’s fair to say there was a mixed reaction to EA’s statement across the internet; the company has always received a lot of abuse, but if you take a look at any post on the FIFA Twitter account, you’ll get a sense of the animosity that exists between them and a section of the cheap fifa coins. It’s possible that the majority are just trolls, but there are genuine questions being asked of the developers.

Has EA ruined your enjoyment of FIFA 15 by introducing Price Ranges? Are you having more fun? Let us know in the comments!

15 year old Daniel Butenko dominates in Cologne

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In a performance reminiscent of Germany against Brazil in the semi-finals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup™, Daniel Butenko slotted six goals past Mirza Jahic to win the Final match of the Germany Live Qualification Event for FIWC 2015.

“I was really nervous, because I am very young,” the winner told FIFA.com shortly after winning the final, “they all know each other and are really experienced. I was definitely the underdog today.”

As the host nation live event winner, 15-year-old Butenko has received a seat at the FIWC 2015 Grand Final in Munich, which will take place from 17 to 19 May. At the Grand Final, 20 players will compete for the interactive world title, USD 20,000 and a trip to the FIFA Ballon d’Or 2015.

A day to remember

Butenko employed Real Madrid to devastating effect, scoring six and conceding none on his way to the German final. First to fall against Butenko was 33-year old Sebastian Huber from Salzgitter. The youngster scored four goals past his older opponent to win and progress to the semi-finals. Riding the adrenaline from an impressive quarter-final win, Savas Destan Oglu attacked Butenko from the very start of their semi-final. Savas rattled the bar after just eight minutes of virtual time and seemed the favourite to secure victory. Butenko had other plans, scoring after 19 minutes to take the lead and then again shortly before the final whistle to secure a place in the day’s Final.

Jahic’s journey

In both his matches en route to the final, Mirza Jahic would first concede and then climb back to win. The 24-year-old self-defence instructor and reigning Virtual Bundesliga (VBL) champion started his day with a quarterfinal against 2013 VBL champion Kevin Assia. Jahic would concede in the first half, but draw level in the second. The game was settled late into extra-time, when Jahic sent an impeccable cross into the net with a powerful header. Jahic sighed heavily in relief as the final whistle blew and match commentator Leigh Smith summed up the game: “very close defensive work, great attacking work and clearly a tense, tense match between these two players,” he said. Jahic would win his second match of the day more comfortably to position himself one victory away from his first ever Grand Final appearance.

The final

The 24-year-old reigning Virtual Bundesliga champion against a 15-year old from Neumarkt-Sankt Veit, this was to be the unexpected finale to the Germany Live Event. A goal after just 10 minutes confirmed Jahic’s status as the favourite. However, Butenko shook off some early nerves and levelled the game after 30-minutes. Five minutes later, Butenko scored again. Jahic countered almost instantly, scoring three minutes later to bring the match level at 2-2. Three minutes later, another goal! This time from Butenko after a back heel pass from Luka Modric set up Cristiano Ronaldo to score. Moments before the half-time whistle, Butenko struck again to take a 4-2 lead into the break. Jahic’s initial energy dissipated and the young underdog scored a fifth (52’) and finally a sixth goal (77‘) to mark the biggest upset of the day and win himself a seat at the Grand Final of the world’s largest gaming tournament.

Quarter-finals

Savas Destan Oglu (Chelsea) 2–0 Demis Durante (Real Madrid)

Daniel Butenko (Real Madrid) 4-0 Sebastian Huber (Real Madrid)

Erhan Kayman (Real Madrid) 3-1 Jan Zimmermann (Real Madrid)

Mirza Jahic (Real Madrid) 2-1 Kevin Assia (Real Madrid)

Semi-finals 

Savas Destan Oglu (Chelsea) 0-2 Daniel Butenko (Real Madrid)

Erhan Kayman (Real Madrid) 1-3 Mirza Jahic (Real Madrid)

Final

Daniel Butenko (Real Madrid) 6-2 Mirza Jahic (Real Madrid)