FIFA 17 Cheap U10K Serie A Squad Builder on fifa15guide

Here’s yet another FIFA 17 Cheap under 10,000 coins squad builder and this time it’s for the Italian Calcio A league. Watch the full HD video below to learn all the players that are included and after i also go into a Division 1 match to showcase this amazing team in action.

Players included are Stephan El Shaarawy, Gary Medel and Luis Muriel to name just a few with all in the team costing around the 10K mark. When i have gone through the starting lineup and formation used, i then give out the player instructions, player roles and custom tactics.

The Division One game is then played and i was coming off the back of a loss on the opening day of a brand new season which was a 3-1 defeat. The second match is the one i go into with this OP Serie A side. This is a fantastic team to assemble if you’re a little low on coins in FUT and can be put together on the lowest of budgets.

I will have more leagues covered for you in the coming weeks ahead for U10K squad builders so make sure to subscribe to the official YouTube channel to stay right up to date and also check back here at the website to see more added over time.

FIFA 18 Icons Trailer Feat: Diego Maradona, Pele and Thierry Henry on fifa15guide

Two of the very greatest players of all time in world football will be coming to FIFA 18 Icons this year after Electronic Arts Sports announced the inclusion of Brazilian legend Pele and Argentina great Diego Maradona.

The two South American former players will be joining the now retired legendary Real Madrid striker Ronaldo in FUT for the latest edition of the video game, which will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

They will be joined by all the legends now known as icons who have previously been in the title which will be available to gamers when the new game launches on September 29th 2017. Watch the full HD trailer reveal below which shows mostly cut-scenes of the new icons gracing the pitch once again.


There’s the likes of Lev Yashin who’s highly regarded by many football experts as the greatest goalkeeper of all time in the sport. Famous Arsenal all-time top scorer and Premier League legend Thierry Henry also makes a rapid return to FIFA where he’s been a normal card in Ultimate Team over the years gone by but will now become a rare icon card.

FIFA 18 Maradona Henry

FIFA 18 Maradona Henry

Make sure to follow us on social media and check back here at the official website for more FIFA 2018 news. The demo will more than likely be released in early September so stay tuned for that.

fifa15guide – How to Play a Two-Player Season on FIFA 17

FIFA 17 Two Player

FIFA 17 Two Player

A common question for those who are new to the FIFA franchise, or even just new to the FIFA 17 edition, is how to play a two-player offline season? With so many game modes available, many of which are more complex than the classic football games of the past, it’s pretty easy to get swept up in a world full of options. Soon, I’ll outline exactly how to play an offline season with a friend, but for now, let’s take a quick look at some of the modes available.

The major addition to this year’s FIFA is the “Journey,” a mode that some fans will love and some will hate. You follow the story of Alex Hunter, a relative of England striker Jim Hunter, from his humble beginnings in a team in London to realizing his premiership and international dreams. The Journey is a single player mass-effect style game that mixes RPG cutscenes and dialogue elements with FIFA skills and gameplay.

Interesting, but a mile away from any classic two-player mode. This sort of “Journey” style play would work well in a single-player game like tennis, where you could control your favorite player like Andy Murray, who had 14/1 on BetStars odds of winning the Wimbledon semis, but football is a team game, and players seeking the co-operative team experience will be disappointed here.

There is also plenty of online modes in FIFA 17. “Pro Clubs” lets you join or create online teams for up to 11-V-11 gameplay with people across the web in ranked matches. The “Online Season” is one of the most competitive arenas for ranked online play, but it’s a single player game. The “Online Co-Op Season” is similar, but is played with one other player online for 2-V-2 ranked matches.

As you can see, there are plenty of co-op games to be found in the online modes, but on the flip-side, you have to join up with and play against others online. You can’t play these modes with your friend who is physically sitting in your room with the second controller in hand. Each player in online mode requires their own connection and game for online play.

This takes us to the offline “Career Mode,” the bread-and-butter of FIFA seasons, and perfect for the classic gamer who wants to compete against the computer. There are two distinct modes within the Career. They are the “Player Career” and the “Manager Career”.

In the “Player Career,” you create or control a single professional player and compete to improve your skills and reputation, and ultimately to try to make your national team. You receive emails from firm managers about your performance and their expectations.

Although “Player Career” comes across like an obviously one-player affair, you can actually play this offline mode co-operatively. When the games start, you will have the option to choose the same team with two pads. The only problem is player 1 will always be in control of just one

player; whoever they choose for the career. Player 2, meanwhile, will control the rest of the team. A little imbalanced to say the least.

The actual mode you are looking for if you want to play an offline two-player season is “Manager Career”. In management mode, you are in charge of the team’s finances, tactics, transfers, new team member development, and all key decisions relating to your club. You can choose whether to simulate the season’s matches (making for a pure football manager-style game) or to play the matches yourself. Simply choose to play the matches manually, and activate the second pad as you would in any other game. You will be free to play a complete two-player offline season. In fact, you can play with up to four friends on the same team!

So, there you have it. After sifting through FIFA 17’s many brilliant gaming options, we have found the solution. For a two-player co-operative offline season, enter “Manager Career” and manually play all games co-operatively.

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Kingdoms and Castles Is A Very Fun City-Building Game on fifa15guide

Kingdoms and Castles isn’t the most challenging or complex city-building game I’ve ever seen, but it is one of the best to just pick up and start playing.

The game—which was released on PC earlier this week—randomly generates a small patch of land for you, then asks you to build a lil’ Medieval settlement on it. You’re given a few settlers and resources to get going, but after that you’re on your own. Food, shelter, stone, iron, bread, soldiers, churches, you need to grow, hire or build everything else from there.

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To stop the player from just going nuts and building everything at once, K&C puts a cap on your progress by using your settlement’s population as an energy meter. The more people you can attract, the more buildings you’ll be able to “power” and thus gain resources from, the more stuff you’ll be able to do. If people leave, or die, then essential services will go unserved, and you might find yourself in trouble.

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There is definitely trouble at certain points in K&C anyway, because to keep players on their toes the game likes to throw crisis events like plagues, dragons and viking invasions your way. Each of these can be countered fairly easily, but they’re enough of a threat to always have you wondering whether to spend workers/resources on a new church that you definitely need now, or on better defences for your town which you may need more, but at some random point down the line.

And that’s about it. There’s no story or endgame to work towards, just the satisfaction of seeing a small little village grow into a medieval city. K&C has definitely traded depth for accessibility, with not much asked of the player aside from placing buildings and roads, and while that will disappoint some (the inability to be able to manually assign workers to specific jobs is a bit of a pain), I kinda liked it: I found that I was hooked on the building process after only a few minutes of playtime, and I’ve since played through three separate games since each reroll of the terrain can present new challenges and ideas for your build.

Bread. Everyone always wants more bread. Can’t get enough of that bread.

The only things you have to manage outside of the building are preparing for winter (you need to have food stored), some very streamlined citizen happiness (they hate smog and living in slums, love churches and libraries) and some basic taxation and military commands (which involve sending an army to fight vikings and/or building defence towers to counter incursions). They’re rare diversions, though; you spend most of your hours in K&C wondering which part of your cute little town you’re going to put a cute little bakery in next.

You can raise a small, simple army to go and fight the vikings.

Kingdoms & Castles isn’t a brutal survival game, nor is it a detailed and accurate simulation of Western European settlement construction in the late Medieval era. It’s intended as a game about having fun building a cute little village, and that’s exactly what it delivers.

A Spartan And His Very Large Rocket Launcher on fifa15guide

Luke Kopycinski is an artist who worked on Halo Wars 2. Specifically, he did a bunch of the game’s cards, the system used to build units in Blitz multiplayer mode.

AC Milan announce midfielder Lucas Biglia as ninth summer signing – fifa15guide.net

AC Milan boss Vincenzo Montella hails the role the club’s new owners have played in the transfer market.

AC Milan have continued their summer recruitment drive by signing Argentina midfielder Lucas Biglia from Lazio.

The 31-year-old has moved to San Siro on a three-year deal, the club said in a statement on their official website.

He is Milan’s ninth signing of the summer, the Rossoneri‘s new Chinese owners having already funded the purchases of Andre Silva, Ricardo Rodriguez, Hakan Calhanoglu, Andrea Conti, Mateo Musacchio, Franck Kessie, Fabio Borini and, most notably, Leonardo Bonucci.

Mexico narrowly advance as Group C winners; El Salvador, Jamaica through on fifa15guide

Angel Sepulveda celebrates after scoring for Mexico in their Group C finale against Curacao.

Mexico hung on for a nervy 2-0 victory against already-eliminated Curacao to win Group C in its Gold Cup round-robin finale on Sunday in San Antonio, Texas.

Coming off a lackluster 0-0 draw with Jamaica in its second group match, Mexico were in need of a good showing and three points in order to top Group C.

And after a slow start in the first 20 minutes — that included two quality chances for Curacao — Mexico finally scored a goal with Angel Sepulveda’s perfect header at the far post from a Raul Lopez cross.

Sepulveda had a chance at his second just before the half-hour mark, settling a poor Curacao clearance and lashing a line-drive volley that Eloy Room did well to save.

Curacao opened the second half on the front foot, with Aston Villa’s Leandro Bacuna going close with a headed shot in the 53nd minute.

Jesus Corona then faced a flurry of activity in the 55th minute, denying Bacuna from close range before just tipping a volley from the rebound over the bar.

Mexico substitute Elias Hernandez had two chances to double his team’s lead, but a right-footed shot in the 81st minute and a close-range header shortly after were both turned away by Room, who was stellar in the Curacao goal.

Edson Alvarez sealed the win for Mexico in second-half stoppage time, collecting a loose ball in the Curacao area and calmly slotting home past Room to secure the points and top spot in the group.

Mexico will face Honduras in the quarterfinals on Thursday night in Glendale, Arizona.

Nelson Bonilla celebrates after scoring a goal in El Salvador’s 1-1 draw with Jamaica.

Jamaica and El Salvador are both through to the knockout rounds after playing to a 1-1 draw ahead of the Mexico match.

El Salvador — needing at least a point to book passage to the quarterfinals — had the perfect start when Ruben Marroquin opened up the Jamaica defense with a perfect through ball and Nelson Bonilla finished from a tight angle to make it 1-0 early.

Derby Carrillo saved Jamaica’s best chance of the first half in the 37th minute, diving low and to his right to deny Romario Williams from close range from a Alvas Powell cross.

Andre Blake had a crucial save of his own in the 60th minute, reacting quickly to a crushing, left-footed shot from Rodolfo Zelaya to keep the Reggae Boyz within a goal.

Four minutes later, Jamaica were back on level terms from a Darren Mattocks penalty that beat Carrillo after Narciso Orellana was whistled for handball and shown a yellow card.

The result, combined with Mexico’s win, means Jamaica finish second in the group and puts El Salvador through as one of the best third-place finishers.

Sergio Romero signs new deal to keep him at Manchester United until 2021 on fifa15guide

Jose Mourinho chats with Julie Stewart-Binks about Man United’s win against LA Galaxy, Lukaku’s debut and Ashley Cole.

Sergio Romero has signed a new long-term deal at Manchester United.

The Argentina international goalkeeper was set to be out of contract next summer, but will now stay until at least 2021. He helped United win the Europa League last season, starting both legs of the semifinal against Celta Vigo and the final against Ajax in Stockholm.

He is set to compete with David De Gea and youngster Joel Pereira next season.

De Gea has again been linked with a move to Real Madrid, two years after his proposed move to the Bernabeu collapsed at the last minute.

Romero said: “I am delighted to have signed a new contract. Who wouldn’t want to be at the biggest club in the world?

“We have great goalkeepers here and we are always learning from each other. Of course, it was a very proud moment for me and my family to be part of the Europa League final, and I am looking forward to helping the team build on last season’s success in 2017-18.”

Mourinho added: “Sergio is a great goalkeeper and professional. He had a good season and outstanding performances, especially in our Europa League success. Sergio deserves his contract, and for Manchester United to have Sergio and David is amazing in such an important role.”

Romero will get his first action of preseason against Real Salt Lake on Monday evening in Utah.

Argentina’s No. 1 was reduced to a watching brief as United’s preseason tour kicked off with a 5-2 win at the Los Angeles Galaxy but has been promised a half in their second match.

“In the second match, David does not play,” Mourinho said earlier in the week.

“We play the kid [Joel Pereira] for 45 and Romero for 45. The third match against Man City, we don’t play Joel. We will play David for 45 and Romero for 45.”

Information from Press Association Sport was used in this report.

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

Howard, Dempsey, Altidore, Bradley added to U.S. Gold Cup squad – fifa15guide.net

Janusz Michallik reviews the United States’ group stage performance in the Gold Cup and notes the key performers.
ESPN’s Herculez Gomez discusses what positives the U.S. can take moving forward after the Gold Cup.

The United States has announced its roster changes for the knockout stages of the 2017 Gold Cup, and, as predicted, manager Bruce Arena has added some heavy reinforcements, with most of the additions having extensive international experience.

“We have added some experienced players to the roster that can help us in the knockout round of the Gold Cup,” Arena said on Sunday. “The players leaving all made a good impression, and I’m optimistic for their future with the national team program.”

Tournament rules allow teams to make up to six changes once the group stage is complete, as long as the added players come from a team’s 40-man preliminary roster.

The U.S. players added include Colorado Rapids goalkeeper Tim Howard, Toronto FC midfielder Michael Bradley, Portland Timbers midfielder Darlington Nagbe, Toronto forward Jozy Altidore and Seattle Sounders forward Clint Dempsey.

All five took part in the most recent round of World Cup qualifying in June, and four of them — Bradley, Howard, Altidore and Dempsey — have more than 100 caps.

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Jozy Altidore and Michael Bradley will return for the knockout stage of the Gold Cup.

Also included is FC Dallas goalkeeper Jesse Gonzalez, who will be participating in his first official tournament since having his one-time switch from Mexico to the U.S. approved by FIFA.

Leaving the U.S. Gold Cup squad are Atlanta United goalkeeper Brad Guzan, New York City FC goalkeeper Sean Johnson, Philadelphia Union midfielder Alejandro Bedoya, Seattle midfielder Cristian Roldan, New England Revolution forward Kelyn Rowe and Sporting Kansas City forward Dom Dwyer.

Some of the moves were planned in advance. Bedoya is expecting the birth of his second child to take place this week and thus was always expected to depart. U.S. Soccer indicated that the departures of Guzan and Johnson were also anticipated.

That said, the decision to send Roldan, Rowe and Dwyer back to their clubs is surprising. Rowe scored the Americans’ second goal in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Nicaragua. Dwyer scored the lone goal against Panama, while also being involved in the buildup for two of the three goals scored on Saturday. Roldan played the full 90 minutes in the 3-2 win over Martinique.

But Arena has essentially added five starters, which resulted in some parts of the field being overloaded. That included the center of midfield, thanks to the addition of Bradley, so Roldan misses out. Nagbe’s addition would have meant reduced minutes for Rowe, so the decision was made to send Rowe back to his club side.

The fact that Arena chose to add two forwards, combined with the versatility of Agudelo and Jordan Morris, meant that Dwyer will return to Sporting KC.

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