Portugal National Team Added Some New Faces

The Portuguese coach Fernando – Santos 19 in Lisbon released the latest list of 24 National People’s congress,Ricardo Carvalho and Bosingwa other veterans are still in the column, with five other players Nani Sporting Lisbon striker has become the largest number of selected club. And more FIFA 15 Coins in UTfifa15coins.com online, so all of you just come here for more fun! and more game enjoyment!

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Portugal soccer team had two wins and one loss in the European Championship qualifying Group I three games behind the Nordic powerhouse Denmark ranked second group. The players will be called up in the seaside town of Cascais gathered to prepare for the game against Serbia on the 29th key war Stadium of Light in Lisbon, and in Estoril and Cape Verde 31 March 23 warm-up match conducted.

17 clubs of the times by the church’s members from eight league, Sporting five people selected, Monaco 2, domestic teams Benfica, Porto and Braga will each contribute one person. European Cup champion goalkeeper Beto injury, Belem person team of Ventura was first elected to replace; two backs Fabio Coentrao and Eliseu return from injury, Bosingwa, Alves, Wundt and four older defender Carvalho re-elected; midfield, recent outstanding performance skin Sarkozy and Adrian failed to appear in the list; the only change up front is replaced. More convenient and efficient to buy fifa 15 coins, scan our QR code enter the mobile terminal.

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Some new event ambassadors of FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™

We just knows from UTfifa15coins that FIFA have released two new event ambassadors of Canada 2015, including Joining Kara Lang, Honourable Rona Ambrose, Kirstine Stewart and Hayley Wickenheiser, who are both excellent women in their area.

Stewart is one of Canada’s most highly-respected business women, with a career spanning over 25 years. Universally admired, she has led some of Canada’s largest television production and media companies, including CBC English Language Services.

She now serves as Twitter’s North American lead for television, sports, music, talent, entertainment, news and government partnerships. In addition to her inspirational career, Stewart brings a love of sport and an optimism that will inspire generations to come.

Wickenheiser earned international recognition as an Olympian in both the Winter and Summer Olympic Games. She represents the success of Canadian athletes on the international stage and the pride which their success brings to our country, embodying the official slogan for Canada 2015 – To a Greater Goal™.

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An Officer of the Order of Canada, she has been recognised for her contributions to sport and charity. Recently in December 2014, she served as a draw assistant for the Official Draw of the Women’s World Cup.

“We are thrilled Hayley and Kirstine have joined Minister Ambrose and Kara Lang as tournament ambassadors,” said Peter Montopoli, Chief Executive Officer for the National Organising Committee of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015. “All four of Canada’s FIFA Women’s World Cup event ambassadors are enthusiastic, driven and creative leaders who understand the hard work and dedication that is required to be at the top of one’s game.

“Above all, these ambassadors are proud Canadians who want to help leave a legacy for women and sport in Canada that will result from the hosting of the largest women’s sporting event in the world.”

A game changer for the sport in Canada, the Women’s World Cup provides an opportunity to engage Canadians from all corners of the vast nation, creating opportunities for lifelong sport and establishing a new era in the women’s game. The participation of Minister Ambrose, Kirstine Stewart, Hayley Wickenheiser, and Kara Lang are helping to engage Canadians across the country as Canada hosts the largest event in women’s sport, from coast-to-coast.

“It’s an honour to be named as an ambassador for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, an event that will unite some of the most hard-working, talented athletes in the world,” said Stewart. “As a Canadian and passionate sports fan, I’m truly looking forward to experiencing the performances that will inspire female athletes not only in Canada, but across the world.”

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The FIFA Women’s World Cup sets the stage for the world’s best players and performances, but it is much more than just a soccer competition. It is a showcase of the best in women’s sport – on and off the field. The Women’s World Cup will be the first truly coast-to-coast event across Canada.

“Women’s sport is a very current topic and one that is very obviously close to my heart. It is a real privilege for us to have such elite female athletes from all over the world congregate here on Canadian soil,” said Wickenheiser. “The FIFA Women’s World Cup™ is more than just about the sport of soccer: this FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada will encourage all women and girls to not only participate in sport, but to excel.”

Individual tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online at FIFA.com/Canada2015. Tickets start as low as $20.15. Canada open the competition in Edmonton on 6 June 2015 when they take on China PR in the Opening Match.

Passion is the most important, says Del Piero

Alessandro Del Piero, a 22 years old football players, who is always full with passion in the football field. He’s first important football tourment was the Indian Super League, which he began at Serie B side Padova and concluded with Delhi Dynamos, according to UTfifa15coins.com. He is 40 now and has become one of the super star in Juventus and the Italian national team.

While in Zurich in January to participate in the FIFA Ballon d’Or Gala 2014, Del Piero sat down for a wide-ranging interview with FIFA.com. In the course of the conversation, he shared his vision of the modern game, gave his take on the current state of Italian football and admitted flirting with the idea of becoming a coach.

FIFA.com: Having played professionally for 22 years, can you share the secret to staying competitive for so long?
Alessandro Del Piero: There are various factors, but first and foremost you need to look after the physical side of things. In my case it was even more important as I don’t have a particularly strong physique. I was always the smallest one, and all my life it’s been a challenge to prove that the smallest players can be strong and achieve great things. I’ve always been a football lover, very dedicated and really hungry to compete. I don’t know if it’s the secret but a key factor is having that passion to go a long way.

In the modern game, it seems as if classic No10s like you are being overlooked in favour of deeper-lying midfielders like Xavi [Hernandez], [Bastian] Schweinsteiger or [Paul] Pogba. Does this spell the end for the traditional No10?

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I wouldn’t say it’s the end, more of a transformation. Football has changed enormously in the last 20 or 30 years, principally in terms of physicality and player speed. Nowadays you have players who can operate in defence, midfield or up front. They have the versatility to play wherever they are asked depending on their coach’s tactical scheme. However, those great midfielders were also around in the past too, albeit with different characteristics. Players like [Franz] Beckenbauer, Falcao and [Carlo] Ancelotti had wonderful technique and boundless vision, and they used to operate a bit deeper than usual. So I think we’re seeing an evolution both in midfielders and defenders. In the past, these were often selected for their toughness but today frequently have great touch and ball control.

Having seen a lot of the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ in your role as a TV analyst, what impressed you most about that tournament?
The German team. Physically they were at a very high level. Over the course of the tournament, they made significant changes – some even decisive – especially in the semi-final and Final. Tactically, they were impressive, while individually, they had guys playing at an incredible level – especially [Manuel] Neuer. Most importantly of all, it was very evident that they always had a common purpose. You felt they knew what they were doing.

Italian football is currently going through a difficult period. It’s not at the level it would like to be, as we don’t have the teams we had 10 or 15 years ago.

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At the 2006 World Cup, Italy beat Germany in the semis with you scoring one of the goals. Were there already signs that those players would go on to become world champions?

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That were a lot of talented players in that Germany team, although they were still very young at the time. You could see clearly that they had a brilliant future, but it’s a long road from there to winning a World Cup. Individually and collectively, it requires a very challenging evolution. Germany performed well at the 2006 World Cup and again at South Africa 2010 before being crowned champions in 2014. There was great merit in the whole journey, especially on the part of the players.

A lot was expected of Cesare Prandelli’s Italy side in Brazil. What went wrong?
Italy had a good opening game (Editor’s note: a 2-1 win over England) and showed everyone they had a quality side. After that they seemed to be taken by surprise and paid a very high price. But that’s modern football for you. Even the so-called lesser teams – among which you might include Costa Rica – are well organised and have quality players, not to mention enormous motivation. Italian football is currently going through a difficult period. It’s not at the level it would like to be, as we don’t have the teams we had 10 or 15 years ago. Italy are under a lot of pressure right now.

Would you attribute their World Cup elimination to a talent crisis?
People are talking about a talent crisis because our club sides are struggling to compete in Europe. Personally I believe there’s a big difference between Italy and other countries, both in terms of the football being played as well as organisation and systems within the game. That said, Italy has always found ways to respond, and I’m certain that we’ll soon see Italian clubs competing again for European honours and our national team having success once more.

With your clear and comprehensive vision of the game, would you consider a move into coaching?
Until three or four years ago, it hadn’t even crossed my mind, perhaps because I was so focused on being a player. But after I called time on my playing career in Italy, the subsequent experiences I’ve had – including getting the chance to travel and see things done differently – got me thinking about becoming a coach. It’s a tough role to take on, but without doubt a fascinating one. So… I don’t know. Perhaps. It’s a small door that was previously shut but is now slightly ajar…

FIFA is ‘inefficient’ on match-fixing claims, says Mbalula

Mbalula is always looking down upon FIFA because it’s “very inefficient” in match-fixing investigations, who is the minister of South African sports. FIFA is not an eligible world-wide football organization, it not deserve, in the opinion of Fikile Mbalula.

In an interview with UTfifa15coins.com, sports minister Fikile Mbalula criticized the failure of FIFA to complete an investigation into whether 2010 World Cup warm-up matches were fixed.

FIFA found strong evidence of match-fixing in games involving South Africa in the weeks before the World Cup, with accusations that referees manipulated the games for illegal Asian betting syndicates.

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FIFA agreed in April 2013 to allow the South African government to set up an inquiry. But the lack of progress led FIFA’s ethics committee to start investigating the matter later in the year.

“It has not damaged us (the delay) … it has actually damaged FIFA’s image as a very inefficient and very relaxed to allegations of corruption and not dealing with them decisively,” Mbalula told the AP during a visit to London. “It has affected their image. So to rid of that image, they need to deal decisively with this allegation and put it in abeyance.

“That image that FIFA is a corrupt body still stands out in the world among ordinary people,” he added.

The FIFA ethics committee investigatory chamber is being run by former prosecutor Cornel Borbely after lead prosecutor Michael Garcia resigned in protest in December over the investigation into World Cup bidding corruption.

In response to South Africa’s complaints about the match-fixing investigation, Borbely’s office said it “cannot confirm whether or not there is any investigation pending regarding the subject.”

Mbalula said he is expecting pressure from South African legislators over the status of the investigation when he appears in front of a parliamentary committee later this month.

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“It is a matter that we need to bring closure to – the question of the match-fixing that is alleged and FIFA must bring the report to South Africa and close the matter,” Mbalula said. “It’s a pain on us. It’s like an albatross that we are unable to take off our neck. But we will put pressure in the next coming weeks.”

Some of the South African warm-up games under scrutiny are believed to have been manipulated by referees working for the Singapore-based betting syndicate of Wilson Raj Perumal and Dan Tan, who is accused of coordinating a global crime syndicate that made millions of dollars betting on rigged matches.

No players have been implicated in match-fixing. But corrupt referees and possibly South African Football Association officials may have helped to manipulate games under the direction of convicted match-fixer Perumal. Perumal’s bogus football agency was allowed to appoint referees for some of the games, and SAFA has conceded there was evidence that it was “infiltrated” by match-fixers before the World Cup.

The exact matches under suspicion haven’t been identified, but South Africa’s 5-0 win over Guatemala and 2-1 win over Colombia in late May 2010 have long been under suspicion.

Three penalties for handball were awarded by Nigerien referee Ibrahim Chaibou in the Guatemala game. All three goals in the Colombia friendly, which was refereed by Kenyan official Samuel Langat, came from penalty kicks.

Chaibou and Langat have denied being involved in match-fixing.

In April 2013, FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke said it was vital the investigation “is concluded soon, with the culprits to be sanctioned in accordance with the zero tolerance policy.”

FIFA 15 bugs: one fixed, another to deal with

FIFA 15 is one of the most popular football video games in the world and Ultimate Team mode is the most popular FIFA playing mode, which allows players to build their own football team with FIFA 15 Coins against their friends’ team on the pitch. However there are always some bugs in the game, which brings bad game experience.

It has been reported that these bugs are being ironed out by EA Sports and the affected players should be able to return to their teams shortly as EA fixes each account on an individual basis. The effected players need not fear that they fell too far behind on the pitch because EA has released a statement that there is some content that will be rewarded to everyone who lost time, as a reward for their patience.

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The reward is a sweet end to an otherwise bitter few weeks for the FIFA fan base that has seen the EA servers struggle to stay up. A few unforeseen internal errors as well as the aforementioned content freeze has left many players unable to play FIFA 15 online. Additionally there has been a growing frustration with the lack of functionality of the recently launched companion app for the FIFA 15 Ultimate team gaming mode. The app was functional, however trading patterns quickly deteriorated and EA has taken the market down until they can sort out a means to stabilization. The market was also removed from web services, leaving only in-game trades able to be completed. It has been two weeks since the market went down and app ratings have been taking a hit as users wait for their content to return.

None of this should derail an EA franchise that is riding a decade long high on nearly all of its sports gaming franchises. FIFA 15 used the tagline “feel the game” and although there have been some bumps and glitches along the way, it is clear that popular interest is only growing for these hyper-realistic sports games. Hopefully EA can iron out the errors it has found in expanding their platform to mobile and web content, and continue to grow the gaming industry.