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Public Pay close Attention to Manchester United at the FA Cup

Escrito por fifa16coinblog 30-01-2016 en FIFA16. Comentarios (0)

No one would call Louis van Gaal's Manchester United side easy on the eye, but the television companies who have screened the club's FA Cup clashes for the past 11 years would clearly disagree. Buy fut16coin can upgrade your strength.

United's tussle against Derby will be the 49th consecutive time that the Reds' FA Cup adventures have been televised live, which must surely make them the bona fide darlings of a competition they last won in 2003/04.

Not too long before their epic televisual streak, though, it's worth remembering that United were persona non grata.

It was June 1999 when the Red Devils – still basking in the glow of a Champions League triumph that beggared belief – pushed the boundaries of incredulity further by drawing stumps on their involvement in a competition that has been a staple of the English game since 1872.

Speaking to a gob-smacked press pack alongside then-chairman Martin Edwards and the FA's interim executive director David Davies, the newly knighted Sir Alex Ferguson laid bare the club's reasons for turning their back on a tournament they had won for a 10th time the previous month.

"We had to think of the situation regarding England hosting the World Cup," he said. "No one wants to see them not get it. I dare not think of the criticism we would've received if we had refused. That was unthinkable – and that's a Scotsman talking."

Fergie believed that bowing out would help England land the World Cup

How those less-than-straight FIFA suits must have been chuckling into their cash-filled troughs.

The unthinkable refusal referred to by the United boss related to his club's place in the 2000 Club World Cup in Sao Paulo, the first time the tournament had been contested. The World Cup he alluded to, meanwhile, was the 2006 tournament which, as it transpires, England had next to no chance of hosting anyway.

Selfless or silly?

Some 17 years on, United's withdrawal seems faintly ridiculous, particularly as they haven't been shy in giving their benchwarmers a run out in the tournament ever since – a reality that still doesn't seem to have put off the cameras.

Back then, in the days when Kevin Keegan had only just started steering England and Blackburn fans could still remember what the Premier League trophy looked like, United's decision appeared perfectly justified. Edwards even believed their decision was made for the good of the English game.

"If we had not entered this tournament, England's opportunity to host the 2006 World Cup would have been in jeopardy," he said. "It might even be stronger than that. We're giving England an opportunity now. You cannot expect our players to play 70 games. Something had to give. We are disappointed for our supporters. The league couldn't give and neither could the European Cup. For one year the FA Cup has to give."

I blame the Government and the FA. I think it is tragic that they are about to sell the jewels of English football down the pan in the slim hope of us getting the World Cup

- Lee Hodgkiss, Independent Manchester United Supporters Association

Others weren't so convinced by United's apparently selfless act.

"My reaction is one of total disappointment," said Lee Hodgkiss, a spokesman for the Independent Manchester United Supporters Association. "I blame the Government and the FA. I think it's tragic that they are about to sell the jewels of English football down the pan in the slim hope of us getting the World Cup. They (United) were damned if they did and damned if they didn't."

Hodgkiss went on to say he would feel sorry for whichever team won the tournament in 2000, arguing that the victory would be hollow in the absence of the "greatest team in Europe".

The third round was ultimately brought forward to December anyway, meaning the holders could have easily opened their defence

As it happens, the third round was ultimately brought forward to December anyway, meaning the holders could have easily opened their defence and then dusted off their Portuguese phrase book before heading back from Sao Paulo for a slightly delayed crack at making it through to round five.

In reality, the competition had to suffer the indignity of watching Darlington have two bites at the cherry, as fortunate souls drawn out of a hat from the second round. They first lost 3-1 to Gillingham at the Priestfield before skipping on to Villa Park as a lucky loser… and lost again.

The treble winners headed to South America with high hopes of adding another piece of silverware to the collection they'd built up in the preceding eight seasons. As it was, though, they were cut down by Romario's Vasco da Gama and almost humiliated by Mexico's Necaxa. Their sole group win came against South Melbourne – a side maybe even Darlington could probably have beaten if given a couple of goes.

They were home by January 12 – a full week before Chelsea played their fourth-round tie against Nottingham Forest at Stamford Bridge.

No sooner had the eventual champions' victory parade been completed than the FA's new chief executive, Adam Crozier, was insisting that no other team would be following United's lead.

"We have always approached this season as being a one-off," he said. "We've been supportive right the way through and we understand the reasons why these decisions were taken."

For their part, the club were keen to emphasise that they wanted to get back on the FA Cup horse as soon as possible.

"We have always taken the view that it was a one-off situation," said then-club spokesman Ken Ramsden. "People should not lose sight of the fact that the FA and the Government were very keen for us to go. We just hope steps can be taken so that no club finds itself in the invidious position we did."

The next English team to play in the Club World Cup was Liverpool, five years after United's toe-dip in Brazil. Rafa Benitez's side would finish runners-up to Sao Paolo in a slimmed-down version of the tournament in Japan in December 2005 – some three weeks before the reinstated traditional start of the FA Cup. They would beat Luton 5-3 in a thriller at Kenilworth Road in January, and go on to win the final against West Ham. Nowadays, I has concentrated my whole energy upon the FIFA 16 and buy fifa 16 coins.

And United? Their third-round tie against Burton was televised, a 0-0 draw followed by a thumping 5-0 win for the hosts at Old Trafford. The cameras have followed them ever since.


Jose Mourinho's strategies Misunderstanding at Real Madrid

Escrito por fifa16coinblog 28-01-2016 en FIFA 16. Comentarios (0)

1. Mourinho's managerial philosophy - Mourinho has ONE way in which he manages (or atleast till date, has managed) all his clubs. Manage your team and buy fifa coins to upgrade your strength. He creates a siege mentality with an US vs THEM scenario in every club he goes to. With Porto, he was the underdog fighting against the big dogs, with Chelsea, it was the FA and referees and media being biased towards Manchester United, with Inter again it was the same, where he ticked off the media and other managers to get bad press and then generate this siege mentality.

 Real Madrid, on the other hand, is a club with enormous prestige and honor. While the Barcelona hegemony was going on domestically, the Madrid faithful persisted with Mourinho's attempts at creating "this world is unfair mentality".

Once the hegemony was broken last year, the downswing in reputation of one of the greatest and most storied club in world football is beginning to test the patience of the faithful. Also, considering that Mourinho never stays at a club for more than a few years, this is obviously not the way forward for Real Madrid. 

Dissenting voices are coming up. Another very important reason is the factions in the club. Mourinho's siege mentality is compromised by the close relations that Casillas, Alonso et al have with their Spanish teammates from Barcelona. And one thing you do not do at Madrid is tick off their legends who have been there for a decade and will be there long after Mourinho is gone, especially one who is called San Iker (Saint Iker) throughout Spain (not just Madrid)!

2. Mourinho's style of play -  Mourinho employs a very high tempo, high pressing and fast counter attacking game at Madrid which puts insane amounts of pressure (workload-wise) on each and every player. This usually works with the siege mentality that he imparts (see above). However, this is problematic on two fronts. 

Mourinho usually leaves after a short term leaving behind a group of players who are out of gas from the high intensity of play. This happened at Chelsea, this happened at Inter. I believe that the players are tanked out from last season, which was perhaps one of the most demanding seasons for every individual in that team. Also, every player was busy at Euro 2012, giving them almost no time for pre season recovery. Basically, they have been at this tempo for over a year and a half now.

The second reason why this is a problem is because the team is Real Madrid. Porto, Chelsea, and to some extent Inter can get away with this style of play, but for a Madridista, it is not acceptable. Real Madrid FC doesn't just win everytime, they win by playing the most beautiful football. This has been the Real Madrid way since forever. Again, while chasing Barcelona and while results kept coming, people put up with it, but now counter attacking against Celta de Vigo is not accpetable. Mourinho's system has to adapt (which he has tried to be fair, with Modric).

3. Form of key players - There can be no argument to the fact that the form of key players like Benzema, Di Maria and Higuain, and to some extent Ozil earlier, has failed to reach the glittering heights of last years campaign. They have flattered to deceive, though Ozil is finding form now. The defense has made numerous errors from crosses and set plays which is just unforgivable at any level of the game, leave aside Real Madrid FC. Is it a factor of being tanked out from last season, or just a dip in form, or a lack of sufficient practice in defending , this has played a huge impact. In the previous three seasons, whenever things were not going their way, Ronaldo used to drag them back by his sheer bloody minded brilliance, however he's been off color lately as well. Injuries to key players resulting in a not-stable back 4 has also been a huge factor, I guess, in the defensive lapses.

4. Other teams adapting to Madrid's style and Real not being able to adjust (highly related to the above points) - As mentioned above, Madrid are the bigger team and other teams will park the bus against them. Buy fifa 16 coins and build the best team to challenge players around the world. Madrid have not been able to sufficiently adjust and dispose of such teams. Against Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, the players raised their games in a more "open" match and played to their strengths. Against the lesser lights of La Liga and Spain, the fire seems to be missing. Again, may be a factor of the burn out from last season.


Pardew slams FA Cup

Escrito por fifa16coinblog 11-01-2016 en FIFA 16. Comentarios (0)

Nowadays, I has concentrated my whole energy upon the FIFA 16 and buy fifa 16 coins.Alan Pardew believes the FA should change the dates for the FA Cup third round to help Premier League clubs take it more seriously.

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew believes a simple fixture change could help Premier League clubs to take the FA Cup more seriously.

Pardew believes placing the famous cup's third round ties - at which point Premier League clubs join - immediately after the top-tiers hectic Christmas program, in which most clubs will play four games in two weeks, forces managers to think about how strong they should line up in the cup.

"I think the third round needs to be moved. I don’t think it’s fair for the competition," Pardew said.

"Our selection was strong because of our league position, but if I was down at the bottom I would be really thinking about the upcoming games more than I did.

"It devalues the competition. They should really look at the scheduling, maybe put it back a bit or put it before the Christmas programme - do something that gives the FA Cup a little bit more respect."

Pardew's Palace moved through to the fourth round of the cup courtesy of a 2-1 win away to Southampton and remain in a good position in the Premier League, sitting seventh after 20 games.Manage your team and buy fifa coins to upgrade your strength.


"FIFA 16" update reveals that its Xbox One version received discount

Escrito por fifa16coinblog 09-01-2016 en FIFA 16 News. Comentarios (0)

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Also, Xbox Live members who will purchase the digital version of the game will get "Plants vs. Zombies: Garden" for free.

As 2015 wrapped up with new titles for home consoles, "FIFA 16" was named as the best-selling video game in the UK. it was followed by "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3," "Fallout 4" and "Star Wars: Battlefront" on second, third and fourth spot respectively. These games reportedly each made more than 1 million sales.

Though EA's biggest soccer game racked up over 2.5 million copies across the UK, it didn't took the best-selling home entertainment title for 2015. The game was beaten by Adele's "25" album with more than 88,000 sales of physical and digital copies, Independet Uk  reported.

Meanwhile, "FIFA 16" update for its Team of the Year will be announced during FIFA Ballon d'Or Gala on Jan. 11. EA will reveal the best goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders and forwards who had played best last year.

According to Product Reviews, EA will start with goal keepers and defenders on Monday night, right after FIFA Ballon d'Or has been named. Blue cards will be assigned for the players that last for 48 hours.

Following the same schedule last year, Team of the Year midfielders will be named on Wednesday at 6pm. Again, best forwards will be announced after 48 hours, which will be on Friday. Among the names being pitched are Neymar, Ronaldo and Messi.

The full "FIFA 16" Team of the Year pack is expected to be released on Saturday or Sunday. All saved players on Draft can be accessible on the said day too.

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FIFA 16:The 6 best goalkeepers in the world

Escrito por fifa16coinblog 08-01-2016 en FIFA 16. Comentarios (0)

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6. Keylor Navas
Four months is a long time in football. Back in August, Real Madrid fans were cursing their luck when a deal to sign David de Gea fell through; now, most of them are probably grateful the move didn't come to fruition. Navas has stepped up to the plate tremendously well this term, often pulling off some outrageous saves to prevent Rafael Benitez from coming under even more pressure.
5. Petr Cech
Never has a signing felt as obvious as Arsenal's acquisition of Cech in the summer. The experienced gloveman found playing time hard to come by at Chelsea last season, but he's provided everything Gunners supporters were hoping for this term: assuredness, leadership and downright good goalkeeping.
4. Gianluigi Buffon
Like a fine Italian wine, the evergreen Buffon seems to get better with age. Honing in on his 38th birthday, Juventus and Italy's No.1 still possesses sharp reflexes and a useful penchant for a clean sheet or two. Captained Juve to a domestic double and the Champions League final in 2014/15.
3. Thibaut Courtois
It's often said that foreign goalkeepers require a bedding-in period to adjust to the physicality of the Premier League, but Courtois looked confident in his new environment from the first minute of his debut in August 2014. He's got even better since then, dominating his penalty area by catching crosses - punchers take note - and stopping plenty of shots that he has no right to stop. 
2. David de Gea
Manchester United fans probably haven't been enjoying 2015/16 too much, but the first half of the season could have been even worse were it not for Real Madrid's dodgy fax machine. A paperwork problem saw De Gea stay put at Old Trafford this summer, with his exploits between the sticks contributing greatly to United's excellent defensive record.
1. Manuel Neuer
Calling Neuer a goalkeeper does not really tell the whole story. The Bayern Munich shot-stopper has taken the role of sweeper-keeper to another level, with the 29-year-old regularly spotted closer to the halfway line than his own penalty box. He does do some excellent work in more conventional areas, though, and is well-deserving of his place in the overall top 10.Get more fut16coin can build your own favorite team.