FIFA Ultimate Team’s two new expansion teams

 

EA has brought out a new title update for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions of FIFA 15 where a number of new head scans have been added to give more realism to newly promoted Premier League teams: Leicester City, Burnley and QPR. For a list of the players coming in the update hit this link.

Players, kits and badges have also been added for FIFA Ultimate Team’s two new MLS expansion teams: Orlando City and New York City FC.Along with the new content a number of tweaks have been implemented. Gameplay-wise defensive positioning and lob through balls should now work better.You can be through buy FIFA 15 Coins to improve your skills.

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Issues Addressed

Gameplay improvements to defensive positioning and lob through balls
Improvements to kit clashing logic in Pro Clubs and Seasons
General stability fixes in Career Mode
Ability to Player Lock in Player Career with multiple controllers in use
Fix to online user population counts in Pro Clubs and Seasons menus
Fix for issues with player names on certain kits in the BPL
Fix for audio storylines in in Match Day Live games
Fixed an issue where transferring progress across console generations could cause FUT Season progress to be tracked incorrectly.
Addressed FUT player item portraits that show a white background in FUT
Fixed an issue that would cause the Team of the Week preview to be displayed incorrectly.
Compare Price in the FUT Transfer Market now works for players who were transferred close to the transfer deadline.
Using the “Compare Price” feature on in-form Players Items now compares the item with other in-form versions instead of the normal version.


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FIFA Ultimate Team’s two new expansion teams

 

EA has brought out a new title update for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions of FIFA 15 where a number of new head scans have been added to give more realism to newly promoted Premier League teams: Leicester City, Burnley and QPR. For a list of the players coming in the update hit this link.

Players, kits and badges have also been added for FIFA Ultimate Team’s two new MLS expansion teams: Orlando City and New York City FC.Along with the new content a number of tweaks have been implemented. Gameplay-wise defensive positioning and lob through balls should now work better.You can be through buy FIFA 15 Coins to improve your skills.

1 FIFA Ultimate Teams two new expansion teams

Issues Addressed

Gameplay improvements to defensive positioning and lob through balls
Improvements to kit clashing logic in Pro Clubs and Seasons
General stability fixes in Career Mode
Ability to Player Lock in Player Career with multiple controllers in use
Fix to online user population counts in Pro Clubs and Seasons menus
Fix for issues with player names on certain kits in the BPL
Fix for audio storylines in in Match Day Live games
Fixed an issue where transferring progress across console generations could cause FUT Season progress to be tracked incorrectly.
Addressed FUT player item portraits that show a white background in FUT
Fixed an issue that would cause the Team of the Week preview to be displayed incorrectly.
Compare Price in the FUT Transfer Market now works for players who were transferred close to the transfer deadline.
Using the “Compare Price” feature on in-form Players Items now compares the item with other in-form versions instead of the normal version.


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Interesting Facts on the FIFA World Cup

 
The governing body of international football (soccer) is the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). In 2007, FIFA had 208 member countries.

How Big Is a World Cup Soccer Field?

Though the size of a World Cup soccer field is not fixed, certain guidelines exist. Here are some:

Football World Cup History

The World Cup refers to the international tournament of national soccer teams held every four years by the F Internationale de Football.

FIFA Soccer Facts

The F Internationale de Football Association or International Federation of Association Football, aka FIFA, is the international governing organization of .

The History of World Cup Soccer in France

France has twice played host to the World Cup when FIFA (F Internationale de Football Association), the international soccer organizational body, staged.


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FIFA and Soccer Worldwide

 
Soccer has grown to enormous levels of popularity since World War II, and FIFA has more member nations than the UN. The quadrennial World Cup tournament sets off a wave of soccer mania that encompasses the entire world. With that kind of popularity comes the chance for big profits.

The average annual salary for a player in the English Premier League was about $1.3 million as of 2006 (based on May 2007 exchange rates). Lower tiered leagues have lower salaries, but the average salary in England’s fourth division is still almost $90,000 [Source: The Sport Independent]. British Sky Broadcasting paid $1.77 billion for the rights to broadcast English Premier League games [Source: BBC]. England is a hotbed of football, though, and in countries where the sport is not quite as popular (or the economy can’t support such huge salaries), players earn considerably less. A few players earn salaries with six digits, but some earn as little as $11, 700 per year, the league minimum [Source: The Washington Post]. Those players would almost certainly need to hold a second job to make ends meet.

Soccer’s legions of fans show their team or national pride in different ways around the world. They wear the team colors or paint them on their faces. Many international matches feature a great deal of flag waving in the stands. Unison chanting or singing is popular in Europe, with certain songs being associated with particular teams. In some countries, fans light flares or even start celebratory fires in the stands, obviously dangerous practices.

The dark side of soccer is revealed by hooligans, fans whose behavior escalates to violence and vandalism. Some hooligans are fans who take devotion to their favorite team too far, attacking opposing fans and destroying property. Other hooligans have little interest in the sport and simply use it as an outlet for their antisocial tendencies. Hooliganism has been curbed by fierce crackdowns in Europe, with known offenders banned from attending matches (or even from traveling to the place where a match is being held), and teams being harshly penalized for the misbehavior of their fans. Club penalties include loss of league points or being forced to play matches in empty stadiums, denying the team any ticket sales revenue.

Even without malicious intent, the huge crowds at soccer matches can turn deadly. Stadium collapses and stampedes caused by overexcited fans have caused thousands of deaths. In 1946, an FA Cup match was played in Bolton, England with dead bodies lying along the sidelines after a barrier collapsed. Over 300 were killed during riots at an Olympic qualifier between Peru and Argentina in 1964. A stampede in Moscow in 1982 killed 340 people, and Britain’s worst football disaster occurred in 1989 when 96 fans were crushed in a stampede prior to an FA Cup match [Source: Hunt].


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