In the last couple of weeks, potential additions to the game’s list of ‘legends’ has been a popular theme. Here we scanned the current list of FIFA legends for any glaring omissions, compiling the following list of the people we think are worthy of a place on next year’s game.
Winston Bogarde – Getting the sense that this isn’t all that serious yet? Good. You’re right. How good a player was Winston Bogarde? It’s a difficult question to answer if you’re a Chelsea fan. Having signed for the club in 2000, the Dutchman rarely played and his sizeable contract reportedly priced him out of a move elsewhere.
Jamie Lawrence – The one who played for Bradford in their stint in the Premier League and dyed his hair funny colours. Admittedly, the Jamaican international might not be regarded quite as highly as the likes of George Best and Luis Figo – other right wingers who currently have FIFA legend status – but his ever-changing hair colour would be a truly unique feature of next year’s game.
Freddy Adu – Unlike many of the other people who make up FIFA’s legends list, Freddy Adu is neither retired nor dead. Instead, he’s currently representing his 63rd football club, Tampa Bay Rowdies, in the North American Soccer League.
Jorge Campos – What Jamie Lawrence was to flamboyant hair styles at Valley Parade, Jorge Campos was to equally bright Mexican goalkeeper kits.
Jonathan Wilkes – By now, we’re running out of ideas, so why not this guy? Contrary to popular belief, Jonathan Wilkes wasn’t just Robbie Williams’ mate who he called on when the first few Soccer Aid matches rolled around – he was actually an entertainer and did songs and stuff.
Dominating the game but struggling for goals? Here are 10 top strikers to get the net bulging.
Every position on the football pitch is important. We’ve already made the argument for having a dominant midfield over all else in our best midfielders round-up and sure–your midfield can control an entire game for you.
But having all the possession isn’t going to get you anywhere if you don’t have someone to score you some goals.
Even in matches where you’re completely outclassed, one good striker can always give you a chance to snatch a point, or perhaps even three. After all, as beloved football philosopher Michael Owen once said, “Whichever team scores more goals usually wins.”
Here are 10 of the best striking options available in FIFA 16 Career Mode, from ready-made foxes in the box to potential superstars. They are Robert Lewandowski, Neymar, Alexandre Lacazette, Thomas Muller, Antoine Griezmann, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Paco Alcacer, Romelu Lukaku.
FIFA 16 Ultimate Team of the Week 21 will be out tomorrow but the predictions are already pouring in.
At least two top Juventus players, Paul Pogba and Morata, could be featured in this week’s Team of The Week. Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski could also get his second feature in Team of the Week since the start of the season.
Morata scored two of the four goals Juventus scored against Chievo. Paul Pogba was named Man of the Match with a goal and an assist.
Polish international star Lewandowski is the man to watch in the German Bundesliga. Munich is currently 8 points clear of second place Dortmund. Lewandowski the two goals for his side to give them a 2-0 win over Hoffenheim.
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A new leak regarding the “Legion” expansion pack for “World of Warcraft” indicated that the upcoming game will come with a new wardrobe tab. According to sources, the leaked images came from the beta version of the game.
Unfortunately, the clip showing off the new feature has already been removed. But according to Kotaku, which was able to capture screenshots from the video, the new feature will make it easier for gamers to manage their collected items.
As explained by the gaming new site, the wardrobe tab displays the player’s character alongside the looted items such as clothes and armor. Through this new section, gamers will no longer have to store their cosmetic items in the game’s Void Storage. It will also give them a bigger space for all of the low-level items that they will come across in their digital journey.
But, as the site noted, the wardrobe tab, along with the other new features of the expansion pack, were first unveiled during the beta tests for the game. In other words, developer Blizzard Entertainment could still change these or completely remove them from “Legion”.
The upcoming “Expansion” pack does not yet have an official release date, but the studio is targeting to debut it sometime during the second or third quarter of this year. It will only be available for the Microsoft Windows and OS X platforms once it comes out.
Learn how to earn FIFA 16 Coins in an easy way by playing FIFA 16 Ultimate Team. Here is a guide written by a community fan on how to earn coins by playing the Starter Cup offline tournament in FUT 16. Using this tutorial you will be able to earn minimum 2,000 FIFA 16 coins everyday in an easy way without spending so much effort for playing the FUT game.
The Starter Cup tournament is available in FIFA 16 Ultimate Team which offers you 500 coins for winning the title. The difficulty of this tournament in Single Player mode is Amateur, which means you can win it easily even with a bronze squad. By playing 4 games in Starter Cup tournaments earn almost 2,100 coins for each time you win the title. That means every time you win this single player tournament you get 2,100 of FIFA coins.
To form your squad you can use your players from the free Starter Pack when start the Ultimate Team. The players you get in the Starter Pack have 45 contacts with them. Use all of these players to form your squad for playing the Starter Cup tournament. By doing this, you spend technically no coins to form a team which is able to take on 45 matches. 45 matches can be used to play this tournament for 11 times, let say every time you win this tournament you earn min. 2100 coins, so by playing this tournament for 11 times you will be earning minimum 23,000 FIFA coins.
As the difficulty of the Starter Cup (Offline mode) is set to Amateur, you can score goals easily. This could help you to spend less time for playing. In the first half you can score 4 or 5 goals and then leave the game to your players for the second half-You can just be there to skip the scenes. The thing is that the Amateur level of A.I. in offline mode is so poor that it hardly can score a goal against you, even when you’re not controlling your squad. So if you’re leading by 4 goals, the A.I. team won’t be able to take the lead back from you. So, by doing this you only spend a few minutes to score 4 or 5 goals and it helps you to make more than 440 coins in each game. Keep playing the all 4 games like this until you win the tournament and when you win it, start playing it again and again. Fifa 16 ps4 coins
Coming off a strong week of Black Friday sales, FIFA 16 tops the UK gaming chart once again for the financial week ending on Saturday December 5, 2015. Beating out recently released titles such as Star Wars: Battlefront (UK release-November 19), Fallout 4 (November 10), and Just Cause 3 (December 1), FIFA 16 continues to illustrate popularity in the UK despite being released on September 24 earlier this year.
Close on the heels of the popular soccer simulation video game are Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops III, EA’s Star Wars: Battlefront, and Square Enix’s Just Cause 3.
The top forty games on the UK gaming list can be found in Chart-Tracker’s full list here. This chart does not include digital sales data and thus should not be considered definitive as representing all video game related purchased made during the financial week ending on December 5, 2015.
Are you surprised that FIFA has managed to top the UK gaming chart once again? What title do you expect to change places around the holiday season later this month? Fifa 16 ps4 coins
In a bid to attract consumers to buy the Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, Optus is throwing in an exciting giveaway-a free Xbox One EA Sports FIFA 16 bundle.
Optus has promised to give the first 300 lucky customers who will preorder the Lumia 950 and 950 XL via its online store a 1 TB Xbox One console valued at AU$499, equivalent to around $358. It will come packed with FIFA 16 to sweeten the pack.
Customers who are going to preorder the Lumia 950 on an AU$80 ($57) My Plan Plus for a two-year contract or the Lumia 950 XL on an AU$80 ($57) My Plan Plus with AU$4 or $2.9 handset repayments every month for two years can to grab the 2 GB of bonus data every month. All in all, customers will get 6 GB bonus data to consume per month inside Australia.
Online preorders for these handsets will start on Nov. 30. These are slated to hit stores’ shelves starting Dec. 7. Optus tells Techly that there are still a “few left to giveaway.” Interested customer can nab these handsets via Optus through these plans. Fifa 16 ps4 coins