fifa15guide | DeAndre Yedlin says Rafa Benitez is taking him to next level at Newcastle

With Panama in the rear-view, Herculez Gomez and Kasey Keller look ahead to the final U.S. qualifier at Trinidad & Tobago.

ORLANDO, Fla. — DeAndre Yedlin wants to be the U.S. soccer team’s “Energizer Bunny” and believes his time with Rafa Benitez at Newcastle has taken his game to another level.

His bursts from right-back can stretch defenses, while his pace helps him return to his defensive spot and disrupt opposing attackers. And it always surprises those who watch him play.

“Everybody tells me they don’t know how I have so much energy, and I think people feed off that, which is great,” he said this weekend ahead of Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier at Trinidad and Tobago.

The Americans would clinch their eighth-straight World Cup berth with a win and even a draw would probably suffice, due to a superior goal difference. A loss could result in a berth, elimination or a playoff next month against Australia or Syria — depending on the results of the Honduras-Mexico and Panama-Costa Rica games.

Yedlin missed last month’s home loss to Costa Rica and then a draw at Honduras that put qualification in peril. Having returned after recovering from a hamstring injury, he helped spark a 4-0 rout of Panama on Friday night that has the Americans on track to qualify.

“DeAndre did a very good job — and not necessarily in terms of his attacking prowess, marauding down that right-hand side,” said former U.S. defender Alexi Lalas. “Much more I think he’s learned to harness that energy and that speed that he has to use it to much greater effect when he’s defending.”

Yedlin left Akron during his sophomore year in January 2013 to sign with his hometown Seattle Sounders, the team for which he served as a ball boy.

He became the first rookie in eight years selected for MLS’s All-Star Game and was given his national team debut the following February by coach Jurgen Klinsmann as a 74th-minute substitute in an exhibition against South Korea. 

Yedlin made another appearance two months later against Mexico, and then at age 20 was among several startling selections by Klinsmann for the 23-man World Cup roster in 2014.

DeAndre Yedlin has played an instrumental role for the U.S. team since returning from injury.

“Especially being so young and not really expecting to go, it was a crazy feeling,” Yedlin said about his inclusion in the 2014 World Cup squad. “I can’t obviously thank Jurgen enough for putting his trust in me and bringing me into that, and that’s really what jump-started my career.”

During that World Cup in Brazil, Yedlin made late appearances against Portugal and Germany, then replaced an injured Fabian Johnson in the first half of the second-round extra time defeat to Belgium.

Yedlin agreed after the tournament to a $4 million transfer to Tottenham and reported to his new club in January 2015. But he got into just one match, as a late sub in a loss to Aston Villa that April. Yedlin was stuck behind England right-back Kyle Walker.

“Every day in training I tried to absorb what I can from him,” Yedlin said. “Not really in terms of just speaking with him, but just watching him, watching how he plays, watching where he is positionally, watching when he gets forward.”

Yedlin was loaned to Sunderland that September and became a regular with the Black Cats under manager Sam Allardyce.

“I’ve had to grow up pretty quick, but I’m glad that I chose to make this step to kind of move away from what I’m comfortable from,” Yedlin said.

Spurs sold him in August 2016 to Newcastle after they’d been been relegated to the Championship. The Magpies earned a promotion last spring under manager Rafa Benitez. 

“It’s a very physical league. It’s a league that if you lose focus for even a little bit of time, they can punish you,” Yedlin said. “Working with Rafa has taken my game to another level.”

Yedlin made 27 league appearances but Klinsmann criticized him that October, saying he struggled in consecutive national team training camps.

A hamstring injury caused Yedlin to miss March qualifiers, the first after Arena replaced Klinsmann in November. He returned for the June games, then injured his right hamstring while making a cross in Newcastle’s July 29 friendly at Germany’s Mainz.

“Since it was the second time, we really wanted to make sure that it was 100 percent when I came back because the third time, then you have to look towards surgery,” he said.

Yedlin made his season debut on Sept. 16 and after starting three matches headed to Florida to rejoin the national team.

“He continues to grow as a player, and it’s great to get him back in,” Arena said.

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs New Updates Detailed –

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs

There have been a number of major updates to FIFA 18 Pro Clubs for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC which we will detail in this article.

In the popular game mode Pro Clubs, you have the option to create your own or join an existing online club as a single customisable Player, and compete in ranked leagues. The more matches that you end up playing will mean that you’ll attain various skill points that you can spend on the skill tree unlockables which in-turn will improve your virtual player’s attributes over time. Check out the updates below.

Play Styles

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Play Styles

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Play Styles

You will now be able to create multiple play styles to mix things up for your pro clubs player. This is a fantastic new feature which means you can create three styles for one position to mix up your play or three styles one for each position.

Match Lobby

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Match Lobby

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Match Lobby

In order to get rid of the intense and extremely frustrating waiting times, Electronic Arts have added brand new features to the match lobby to make it for efficient, user friendly and reliable.

This added bonus ensures you can now set your penalty, free kick and corner takers as well as the play styles easily in advance so you don’t have to leave the lobby in-order to do this which is very handy.

Skill Tree Attributes

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Player Traits

FIFA 18 Pro Clubs Player Traits

Developing your players is one of the most fun parts of pro clubs and you will have options this year to help with the growth and progress of your player. You can still gain experience by playing in competitive matches online but along with that you’ll also acquire skill points which you can then spend to increase your players potential and overall stats.

Kit Customisation

There are now 12 brand new colours to select for your kits to give you a more unique look on the pitch. Make sure to subscribe to our official YouTube channel for more Pro Club news, tips and tricks.

fifa15guide – Mandzukic's unforgettable final strike

  • Mario Mandzukic’s overhead kick v Real Madrid up for FIFA Puskás Award
  • Champions League final strike capped off impressive aerial Juventus move
  • Strike is arguably the greatest scored in the European showpiece match

What do Roberto Carlos in 2004, Gianluca Vialli in 1995 and Steve MacKenzie in 1981 have in common? They have all suffered the curse of seeing stunning final goals largely forgotten because they were on the losing side. If there is any justice, Juventus’ Mario Mandzukic will not suffer the same fate.

Received wisdom has looked back fifteen years for the greatest goal, at least of the modern era, in a UEFA Champions League final, when a certain French talisman struck a sensational volley, catching the ball perfectly as it dropped out of the Glasgow sky to earn Real Madrid their ninth title. However, the man who scored it – Zinedine Zidane – had a prime seat on the touchline to see its successor in Cardiff as Mandzukic scored a goal worthy of winning any trophy, let alone game.

This FIFA Puskás Award nominee was more than just the finish, which we will get to, though. A sweeping team move to drag the Real defence open began with a raking cross-field ball from Leonardo Bonucci, distribution he has become so renowned for, to pick out Alex Sandro. The Brazilian left-back’s superbly-cushioned first-time cross finds Gonzalo Higuain who, in two touches, tees up the ball for Mandzukic just inside the edge of the area.

The Croatian took the ball on his chest, elevating it just above his head, before executing a stunning diagonal overhead kick, arcing across goal and finding the perfect spot between the disappearing reach of Keylor Navas and the underside of the crossbar. From the moment Bonucci hit his pass, the ball did not touch the floor before it nestled in the net.

The wide-eyed look of bewilderment on the big No17’s face as he wheeled away inside the Principality Stadium told you all you needed to know about what he had just done. By the time his celebration had taken him to the halfway line, the gravity of what he had accomplished looked to have registered. The goal of your dreams, on the stage of your dreams, to draw you level at 1-1 with the reigning European champions and keep your title hopes alive.

Had it been the strike that catapulted Juventus to their first Champions League title in over 20 years, it could easily have been heralded as one of the all-time great goals. However, as Real motored away to a 4-1 win in the second half, it has found itself on the wrong side of history.

Even so, the chances of anyone forgetting this goal, though, are pretty slim, but it is up to you whether the strike clinches the FIFA Puskás Award. Cast your vote here.

fifa15guide | Neymar, PSG stay perfect with Lyon defeat; Mario Balotelli fires Nice to win

PSG made it a perfect six wins in six games to start the Ligue 1 season with the help of two Lyon own goals.

Ligue 1 leaders Paris St Germain were rescued by two second-half own goals as they extended their 100 percent start to the season with an unconvincing 2-0 victory over Lyon.

It looked like being a frustrating night for PSG and their expensively assembled frontline of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani until Lyon defender Marcelo inadvertently turned home a cross from substitute Giovani Lo Celso 15 minutes from time.

Uruguayan striker Cavani then had a penalty saved by Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes, before visiting defender Jeremy Morel put the result beyond doubt by diverting the ball into his own net in the 86th minute.

Mario Balotelli celebrates scoring the only goal in Nice’s win over Rennes.

In-form Mario Balotelli smashed home his fourth goal in three games to earn Nice a 1-0 success at Rennes.

Balotelli, who struck twice against Monaco last weekend and also scored in the midweek Europa League win at Zulte-Waregem, found the top right corner from a tight angle after racing onto Alassane Plea’s pass with 10 minutes remaining.

Metz picked up their first points of the season with a 1-0 victory which ended Angers‘ unbeaten start.

Forward Nolan Roux claimed the only goal at Stade Raymond Kopa, stooping to head Mathieu Dossevi’s cross down into the ground and into the top right corner in the 55th minute.

Clinton Njie scored both goals as Marseille got back to winning ways.

Clinton Njie scored a quick-fire double as Marseille ended their three-game winless run in Ligue 1 with a 2-0 success at Amiens.

The former Tottenham forward converted from close range following Hiroki Sakai’s right-wing centre to break the deadlock seven minutes into the second half.

Cameroon international Njie made it five goals in four league games three minutes later, collecting a neat pass from Florian Thauvin and taking the ball past Amiens goalkeeper Regis Gurtner before slotting into the bottom right corner.

fifa15guide – Jose Mourinho denies Paul Pogba has been ruled out for 12 weeks

Shaka Hislop says Jose Mourinho missed Paul Pogba’s services and the 4-0 scoreline flattered Man United against Everton.
Shaka Hislop says Jose Mourinho missed Paul Pogba’s services and the 4-0 scoreline flattered Man United against Everton.
Manchester United scored three in the final 10 minutes to batter Everton at Old Trafford.
Manchester United score three in the final ten minutes to batter Everton at Old Trafford.

MANCHESTER — Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho insists he still does not know how bad Paul Pogba’s hamstring injury is.

Reports on Sunday suggested the France international could be out for 12 weeks after picking up the problem during the victory over Basel in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Pogba missed the 4-0 win over Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday, but afterwards Mourinho insisted no one inside the club knows the full extent of the problem.

He told a news conference: “I don’t know if it is 12 weeks or 12 days. Honestly, any comment, any view, any rumour is totally wrong, because we do not know if it is 12 weeks or 12 days.

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“The player was diagnosed initially after the match because of the conditions of the muscle and bleeding, was one more week to wait and see clearly in the scans, and nobody in this club spoke about 12 days or 12 weeks.

“It’s a muscular injury in the hamstring but we have a normal procedure and wait a few more days. It’s completely nonsense information.”

Pogba is set to miss the League Cup tie against Burton Albion on Wednesday and is unlikely to be fit to face Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday.

United also have games against CSKA Moscow and Crystal Palace before the next international break.

Their first game back after the break is against Liverpool at Anfield in what will be United’s first test against another top-six side.

Rob is ESPN FC’s Manchester United correspondent. Follow him on Twitter @RobDawsonESPN.

fifa15guide – Preacher: “On Your Knees” Review


The Saint of Killers is ready for payback.

Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.

Last week’s Preacher was another of those apparently obligatory episodes that come along every few weeks to crush the season’s overall momentum. But if nothing else, “Backdoors” offered the promise of a an epic team-up between the two big villains of Season 2 – Herr Starr and the Saint of Killers. The latter character’s return wasn’t everything I hoped, but at least “On Your Knees” paved the way for a dramatic finale.

If nothing else, this episode was successful in highlighting the tragedy fueling the Saint. Granted, viewers were already plenty familiar with the character’s origin story, but the emphasis this season has mainly been on the Saint as an unstoppable Terminator figure. But here, there was new flashback material offering a closer look at his life in that fleeting period where he tried his best to leave killing behind and become a good, decent man. You can’t help but feel for a guy who wants only one thing from his miserable existence and knows that he’ll never, ever have it. Accordingly, there was an added touch of sadness to Graham McTavish’s performance this week. He was as terrifying as ever, sure, but that aura of tragedy was more pronounced than before.

That sense of tragedy helped offset some of the weaker elements of the Saint’s storyline this week. Early on, this episode wasted a little too much time exploring how he escaped his imprisonment in the armored car. Those scenes didn’t really tell us anything that wasn’t already made obvious in the final moments of “Backdoors.” More frustrating, though, is the abrupt way the rematch between the Saint and Jesse ended. The tension in that scene was palpable, as it really did seem as though Jesse was about to lose his scalp (which maybe wouldn’t be a bad thing, as lousy as his hairstyle is). But instead, he was saved by a major case of diabolus ex machina. I understand the thinking with that sudden plot twist. Starr’s goal in freeing the Saint was never to gain an ally or wipe Jesse Custer off the map, but merely to manipulate Jesse into viewing the Grail in a more favorable light. Regardless, this seemed a very sudden and unsatisfying resolution to a very brutal encounter.

At least the rematch itself was plenty entertaining. The writers managed to level the playing field ever so slightly, giving Jesse and friends at least the illusion of a chance against the Saint. In the process, Tulip finally conquered the PTSD she’s been battling for most of the season, resulting in some of Ruth Negga’s strongest scenes in a while. But even without his guns and blade, the Saint is an unkillable, super-strong demon, so there was an air of hopeless futility to this confrontation. As much as the abrupt resolution was frustrating, I’m not sure how many options there were that would have left Jesse alive and reasonably unharmed.

At this point, the Saint appears to be off the board for however long the writers choose. He could somehow be enlisted in Eugene and Hitler’s escape attempt, or he could be gone for a full season or more. If there aren’t immediate plans for the character, I wonder if it wouldn’t have been better to simply keep him trapped in the bayou rather than dragging him back into and then out of the spotlight so quickly. But at least the Saint’s brief return fueled the threat posed by Starr and the Grail. Starr truly emerged victorious this week. He played Jesse like a harp from Hell. He managed to drive a serious wedge between Jesse and his friends, shattering the friendship that’s very much at the heart of the series. And he accomplished that second task merely by pointing out how much Jesse has been keeping from Tulip and Cassidy. Can you blame them for breaking ranks now?

Of course, it seems very unlikely that the two won’t change their minds and try to rescue Jesse in the finale. The series seems to be wrapping up its own adaptation of the “Proud Americans” storyline from the comic, where Jesse fought to rescue Cassidy from the Grail’s custody. Only here, the roles have been reversed, and Jesse is the one in need of rescuing. It’s a fun wrinkle to the source material, and one that challenges the notion of Jesse as the John Wayne figure always rescuing others.

Finally, while this was another fairly Hell-heavy episode, those scenes played better than they have in recent weeks. Mostly that’s due to the increased momentum of Eugene’s storyline. After spending the entire season languishing in Hell, he’s finally on the move again and getting closer to finally returning to the mortal world. And weirdly, this turned out to be a fairly upbeat episode for Eugene, as he was given the chance to reconcile with his father. It was certainly a nice treat seeing W. Earl Brown back on the show for a few minutes. And given what befell Annville in the Season 1 finale, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that Eugene actually was speaking to his real father rather than a mere hologram.

Hopefully, we’ll see Eugene finally make his escape in the finale next week. The whole point of his exile has been to explore the changed man he becomes afterward. Drawing things out any longer would be a huge mistake. Plus, I’d love to see what this show does with the idea of Hitler roaming the Earth again (assuming he also makes it out).

The Verdict

This episode didn’t necessarily make full use of the Saint of Killers’ return. By the end, it was clear that the villain was merely a means to an end for the true antagonist in Jesse Custer’s life, Herr Starr. Still, “On Your KInees” delivered a brutal showdown while it lasted, one that resulted in some strong moments for Tulip and a more sympathetic portrayal of the Saint himself. Despite the abrupt resolution to this week’s conflict, the season seems headed for a memorable finale next week.

fifa15guide | Vladimir Putin: World Leader in A.I. “Will Become the Ruler of the World”


It comes with colossal opportunities, but also threats

Russian president Vladimir Putin has entered the global artificial intelligence development race.

The Verge reports that Putin claims “[a]rtificial intelligence is the future, not only for Russia, but for all humankind,” but he also warns that “[i]t comes with colossal opportunities, but also threats that are difficult to predict. Whoever becomes the leader in this sphere will become the ruler of the world.”

While developments in AI will lead to growth and change in many industries – including defeating pro gamers – it is certain that the technology will also contribute to advancements in warfare. So much so that many technology leaders including Elon Musk petitioned the United Nations for new regulations on the development of AI weapons calling it the “third revolution in warfare”.

Putin is by no means oblivious to this potential and believes that the wars of the future would be fought by drones.

“When one party’s drones are destroyed by drones of another, it will have no other choice but to surrender,” said Putin.

The Russian president added that the intention is not to see the field completely “monopolized” by one country claiming “[i]f we become leaders in this area, we will share this know-how with entire world, the same way we share our nuclear technologies today.”

China also recently made its aspirations for becoming the world leader in AI research by 2030 known. It has a bit of a lead on Russia, with itself and the US currently leading the race.

That being said, the US could be in danger of falling behind with potential funding cuts to basic science and technology research on the horizon.

In the meantime, artificial intelligence will continue to change the way we see the world by doing all sorts of things like creating brand new languages and learning to play games like Star Craft 2.

Hope Corrigan is an Australian freelance news writer for IGN who welcomes her new overlords. You can follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

Mystic Class Revealed on fifa15guide

Mystic Class Revealed on fifa15guide

Kakao Games and PearlAbyss today announced that Black Desert Online will be welcoming a new female class. The new Mystic class will first make her first appearance on Black Desert Online’s Korean service and will be released soon to other regions. More in-depth information and a video about this exciting new character will be revealed next week.

For the remainder of 2017, PearlAbyss is preparing a host of exciting free updates that will keep adventurers engaged. After releasing the Striker class and its awakening, the recent Shultz Guard Station and last week’s Terrmian Festival content, Black Desert Online will keep on giving. In the second half of 2017, players can look forward to the massive Kamasylvia Expansion, new world bosses, the co-op ‘horde’ mode, new siege war content and an exciting new PvP arena.

The Mystic class will be the cherry on the cake and she will bedazzle her foes with majestic moves when she is introduced to the West in Q4, 2017.

fifa15guide – Fabian Johnson, Omar Gonzalez return to United States squad for qualifiers

Adrian Healey and Taylor Twellman reveal and discuss the U.S. team to face Costa Rica and Honduras in World Cup qualifying.
The FC crew assess the impact of John Brooks’ injury on the U.S. ahead of crucial matches in World Cup qualifying.
U.S. soccer president Sunil Gulati is confident that North America’s infrastructure will support their World Cup joint bid.

United States manager Bruce Arena has named a 26-man roster for a pair of critical World Cup qualifiers against Costa Rica and Honduras.

The U.S. will face the Ticos at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J. on Sept. 1, and then travel to San Pedro Sula to take on Los Catrachos four days later. 

The U.S. currently finds itself on eight points in the final round of World Cup qualifying, occupying the third and final automatic qualification spot. But they are just one point ahead of fourth-placed Panama, leaving them with little room for error.

“I think we’re bringing in a good roster, one that has depth in every position and in which all 26 players have been with the national team in 2017,” Arena said. “I think we have the right understanding as a group as to what needs to be done, and hopefully we can be successful in these next two games.”

The three extra bodies are reflective of the fact that the U.S. has six players that are one yellow card away from suspension, as well as the uncertainty facing the fitness of several players.

Midfielder Fabian Johnson just returned to the field last weekend after missing the start of the Bundesliga season due to a back injury. He came on for the final 10 minutes of Borussia Monchengladbach’s 2-2 draw with Augsburg.

Christian Pulisic and Fabian Johnson were included in Bruce Arena’s 26-man squad list on Sunday.

The news is even better for Pachuca defender Omar Gonzalez, who made his first start since Aug. 9 in his side’s 2-1 defeat to Club Tijuana.

But Arena will have to assess Gonzalez’s overall sharpness as it relates to the roster’s other center-backs, a group that includes Stoke City’s Geoff Cameron, Sporting Kansas City’s Matt Besler, FC Dallas’ Matt Hedges, and Fulham’s Tim Ream.

“We have to be smart,” said Arena as it relates to those players who have been dealing with injuries.

As expected, Wolfsburg defender John Brooks, Newcastle United outside back DeAndre Yedlin, and Club Tijuana defender Michael Orozco were all left off the roster due to injury. Brooks is recovering from a torn thigh tendon that will keep out for several months. Yedlin misses out due to a hamstring injury that has just recently seen him return to training.

Otherwise, there were few surprises, as Arena brings in his big names for the two matches, including mainstays, Christian Pulisic, Michael Bradley, Clint Dempsey, Jozy Altidore, Cameron and Tim Howard.

Altidore, Paul Arriola, Alejandro Bedoya, Matt Besler, Bradley and Cameron are the players sitting on yellow cards.

All told, there are 12 players on the roster with 10 or more appearances in World Cup qualifying. Eighteen players on the current roster earned a winner’s medal at the 2017 Gold Cup.

Here’s the full roster:

Goalkeepers: Brad Guzan (Atlanta United FC), Tim Howard (Colorado Rapids), Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake)

Defenders: DaMarcus Beasley (Houston Dynamo), Matt Besler (Sporting Kansas City), Geoff Cameron (Stoke City), Omar Gonzalez (Pachuca), Matt Hedges (FC Dallas), Eric Lichaj (Nottingham Forest), Tim Ream (Fulham), Jorge Villafana (Santos Laguna), Graham Zusi (Sporting Kansas City)

Midfielders: Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas), Paul Arriola (D.C. United), Alejandro Bedoya (Philadelphia Union), Michael Bradley (Toronto FC), Fabian Johnson (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Dax McCarty (Chicago Fire), Darlington Nagbe (Portland Timbers), Christian Pulisic (Borussia Dortmund), Cristian Roldan (Seattle Sounders FC)

Forwards: Jozy Altidore (Toronto FC), Clint Dempsey (Seattle Sounders FC), Jordan Morris (Seattle Sounders FC), Chris Wondolowski (San Jose Earthquakes), Bobby Wood (Hamburg)

Jeff Carlisle covers MLS and the U.S. national team for ESPN FC. Follow him on Twitter @JeffreyCarlisle.

fifa15guide | Overwatch increasing punishments for naughtiness

fifa15guide | Overwatch increasing punishments for naughtiness

Asses, blaggards, bleeders, blighters, bounders, brutes, cads, cheats, fannies, jackasses, jagoffs, jeb ends, knaves, loudmouths, ne’er-do-wells, nobheads, nuisances, prats, pricks, rascals, radges, rats, reprobates, rogues, rotters, and scoundrels beware: Blizzard are increasing punishments in Overwatch [official site].

“Play nice; play fair” is one of their main rules, they say, and flipping flipfaces are spoiling things. So from now on, they’re increasing penalties for bad behaviour, and they’re planning to expand their disciplinary systems. One such planned change is issuing notifications for when people you’ve reported get punished. Internet justice!

Blizzard community manager Stephanie ‘Lylirra’ Johnson said in yesterday’s post:

“We believe that our in-game reporting and player penalty system is one of our most important features, and it’s something we want to invest in significantly over the next year. To this end, effective immediately, we will be issuing increased penalties to players in response to verified reports of bad behavior. In Overwatch, that means anything from abusive chat, harassment, in-game spam, match inactivity (being intentionally AFK), and griefing. If you see someone engaging in any of these types of behaviors, report them. Players in violation will be silenced, suspended, or even banned from the game as a result.”

That’s already started, and more’s to come.

“We know that making Overwatch a truly welcoming environment is an ongoing process, and this is only the first step. Over the next several months, we have plans to make additional improvements based on your feedback, including scaling competitive season bans, a notification system that will alert you when a player you’ve reported is actioned, and functionality that will allow us to more aggressively penalize players who attempt to abuse the in-game reporting tool.”

Don’t be jerks, gang.