FIFA 15: Another Price Range Update Released

A series of updates for “FIFA” that have been getting some mixed reception from players, namely the “Price Range” update series, which can help gamers save some fifa world coins when buying a player in Transfer Market. According to EA though, it’s all for the players’ benefit in the end, and the system is supposed to make the game a more interesting, unique experience, and closer to the real world in certain ways.

The company further stated that these adjustments are not final, and they will continue to release Price Range updates as they see fit, in order to make the market as balanced as possible while new items are being introduced. In addition, the company apparently wants to make sure that players can get adjusted to new changes as quickly as possible, though it’s not clear what they’re doing in this regard.

FIFA 15: Another Price Range Update Released

According to the company, there are several goals that they’re trying to accomplish with these updates. First, they want to help gamers understand the actual value of players they have in their clubs; second, high-valued footballers shouldn’t be so hard to obtain for some players, and the Price Range updates are aimed at making the playing field more balanced as a whole.

Last but not least, the company wants to limit illegitimate transfers of coins on the Transfer Market as much as possible, and these updates have been working in this direction specifically. Of course, in the end, there’s not that much the company can do to prevent players from making illicit trades, but they have certainly been putting a lot of effort and it’s clear that they are trying.

Meanwhile, EA also brought down the Team Transfer Market for a brief maintenance, as they wanted to fix issues with items getting stuck. Players have been complaining about that for some time now, and it’s good to see the company addressing the issue so quickly. The downtime didn’t last too long – they only needed about 6 hours to get their maintenance done – and while it was mostly focused on the Xbox platforms, there are reports that the PS3, PS4 and PC versions are going to get similar treatment soon.

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The third confirmed for Munich

There are four lucky online players that managed to qualify for the FIWC 2015 Grand Final through the battle for third place after online qualification for the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2015 now complete, they will get some free fifa world coins as a small prize.

The following players have earned their place amongst the Grand Finalists for Munich by finishing online qualification as the four best players in third place positions across the six online seasons.

Third-place qualified players

Subaru Sagano (Japan)
Ty Walton (England)
Adam Johnston (Ireland Republic)
Rachid Azzahim (Morocco)

The third confirmed for Munich

“Rio de Janeiro was an amazing experience, I had try to qualify again this year,” said Adam Johnston who finished in third place for Season 4. The Irishman narrowly missed out on advancing out of the Group Stage at his Grand Final debut in 2014 and will be hoping to make the most from his return to the main event.

Another familiar face in Munich will be Ty Walton, whose performance in Season 3 was enough to secure him a place in Munich. “It feels great to be attending my fourth Grand Final.” Ty told FIFA.com. “I’m hoping things will be different this year and hopefully I can come out on top.”

Subaru Sagano from Japan will make his Grand Final debut in Munich thanks to his strong third place finish in Online Season 2. The gamer from Kashiwa is bringing along friend Takahide Hazome to help him at his first ever Grand Final. FIWC fans will remember Hazome from his appearance at FIWC 2012 in Dubai. Sagano will be hoping his friend’s first-hand experience at the Grand Final of the world’s largest gaming tournament will be of some help as he tries to secure Japan’s first ever FIWC title. “I can’t wait any longer!” yelled Sagano, “I am very ex

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FIFA 15: German U21 have a wonderful tournament

FIFA 15 News – The German 21 side are widely considered to be one of the best in the world, but how are their FIFA skills? A FIFA 15 tournament is the only way to find out, visit Runeme.com for more FIFA 15 Guides and News.

The entire German U21 squad took part in the tournament and, for obvious reasons, not every game was shown in the video released by EA Sports.

Liverpool fans will be disappointed to see that Emre Can was not good enough to make the semi-finals, while the same can be said about Arsenal youngster Serge Gnabry.

The first semi-final saw Armin Younes and Moriz Leitner face off against Loris Karius and Felix Klaus, with the former duo edging a narrow 2-1 win.

However, they fought back to make the game 3-3 as things started to heat up.

At this stage, former international Horst Hrubesch, who is now the U21 manager, told Younes that he had to leave because things were getting too tense.

He had earlier told the cameras that he believes it is obvious how good the players are at the game and that they enjoy playing it.

Ultimately, Leitner and Younes won out, with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring a late winner and they were crowned the FIFA 15 tournament winners for the German U21 squad.

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22-Player Roster for USA-Mexico

CHICAGO, Runme – (April 12, 2015) – U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has selected a 22-player roster for the 64th edition of the USA-Mexico rivalry, presented by AT&T, on Wednesday, April 15 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, visit Runeme.com for more latest football news.

Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. CT and the game will be broadcast live on FOX Sports 1, UniMas and Univision Deportes Network.

With the game occurring outside of an official FIFA international fixture date, the U.S. roster is mostly comprised of players that compete with North America-based clubs. Thirteen players play their trade in MLS, while league rival Liga MX contributes five to the group.

22-Player Roster for USA-Mexico

The U.S. contingent, which continues preparations for the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, includes nine players from the 2014 FIFA World Cup roster.

The United States will be without the services of team captain Clint Dempsey, who is sidelined with a hamstring strain, and forward Jozy Altidore, who is required to serve a one-match suspension following a red card he received in the USA’s last friendly, a 1-1 draw against Switzerland on March 31 in Zurich.

Klinsmann’s side has not lost to its archrival since he took the helm in the summer of 2011, going 2-0-3 in that span. The results include the USA’s first victory against Mexico at Estadio Azteca and the 0-0 away draw in qualifying for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Currently ranked No. 18 in the world, Mexico brings a 19-player roster with all members based in Liga MX. Mexico comes into the match having won both friendlies it has played this year against Ecuador and Paraguay by matching 1-0 score lines.

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Wales climb 15 places to reach No 22 in FIFA’s World Rankings

Runeme – Wales have reached their highest ever position in the FIFA world rankings by rising 15 places to 22, visit Runeme.com for more football news.

Inspired by Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale, they were the biggest movers at the top end of the list with 153 points ahead of the April rankings after beating Israel 3-0 in their Euro 2016 qualifier in Haifa.

Meanwhile, England have climbed three places to 14 after beating Lithuania in Euro 2016 qualifying and drawing a friendly in Italy last month, while Scotland are up 10 spots to 29.

Northern Ireland are up one to 42 and the Republic of Ireland have climbed four places to 62.

Belgium rose to its highest-ever spot at No 3 in the rankings, which are still led by World Cup winner Germany followed by Argentina.

Brazil, who beat France in a friendly last month as their resurgence under new boss Dunga continues following their embarrassing exit from the World Cup, rose to No 5 and swapped places with the Netherlands at No 6.

Switzerland and Spain return to the top 10, at nine and 10, respectively.
Costa Rica fell two spots to No 15 but still lead CONCACAF nations. Mexico rose three positions though to No 18 while the United States climbed five places to be 27th.

Seeding for the European qualifying groups will be decided by the July rankings ahead of the July 25 draw in St. Petersburg, Russia.

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Charlie Adam’s incredible goal on FIFA 15

FIFA 15 News – Are you bored of talking about Charlie Adam’s wonderstike against Chelsea yet? If not, you’re about to be doubly impressed with this recent effort, visit Runeme.com for more FIFA 15 Guides and News, we will help you to be a good FIFA 15 player.

One skilled fan has taken everything to an entire new level by recreating Adam’s incredible 65 yard strike on computer game FIFA 15.

Inevitably Adam’s strike instantly drew comparisons to David Beckham’s effort against Wimbledon, Xabi Alonso against Newcastle, Wayne Rooney against West Ham and so on.

Charlie Adam's incredible goal on FIFA 15

But thanks to one determined YouTuber Charlie Adam has managed to separate himself from the aforementioned group, the Scotsman has become a legend on FIFA 15.

We only described the creator of the clip as ‘determined’ because we imagine it must have taken absolutely AGES to recreate the goal.

If only you managed to get the robot celebration in there it would have been perfect, must try harder!

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English football: Sven Goran Eriksson has no right to lecture

Tom Lehrer told Runme that satire became obsolete the day Henry Kissinger was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Greg Dyke and the Football Association are doing their best to kill off any revival, more about Sven Goran Eriksson on Runeme.com.

Last week, a letter arrived at Dyke’s desk. He would have expressed grateful surprise at the contents if the whole thing had not been the work of Milltown Partners, a public relations firm he had engaged on FA matters.

English football: Sven Goran Eriksson has no right to lecture

The missive, signed by five former England managers, backed his plans to encourage — to insist on, really, considering he has talked of forcing his proposals through whether clubs agree or not — more homegrown talent in the Premier League.

It was a stunt, obviously — public writing of this nature is invariably delivered in protest or to raise awareness of an issue, but this served purely as endorsement.

‘We want to place on record our support for the reforms you outlined last week…’ the letter began. After a page or more of verbiage that read like a print-out from the FA press office, it concluded: ‘If we can do anything else, please, do not hesitate to ask.’

Below were the signatories: Graham Taylor, Glenn Hoddle, Kevin Keegan, Sven Goran Eriksson and Steve McClaren.

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FIFA 15 transfer update: Danilo in Real Madrid

FIFA 15 News – Danilo to Real Madrid has been agreed and now we have a great heads-up for FIFA 15 players, on how the Porto defender will look once he dons the famous white shirt at the end of the season. More about Danilo on Runeme.com.

Danilo has been one of the best defenders in form in Europe this season, with EA acknowledging his current form by giving him an new 80 rating in the Winter upgrades.

According to BBC Sport, a £23 million deal has been agreed for Danilo to join Real Madrid at the end of the season in a deal that will last until 2021.

FIFA 15 transfer update: Danilo in Real Madrid

So what do Real Madrid fans on FIFA 15 have to look forward to? For starters, take a look at our images here which shows Danilo in a Real Madrid shirt as he’ll appear next season.

Obviously pending potential kit changes for the Real Madrid 2015/16 season, this is as good a preview as you’ll see until we get the official images this Summer.

Have Real Madrid made a shrewd signing with Brazilian Danilo in your opinion? At the end of the day, if he is a regular in the Brazil squad, he must be doing something right.

Let us know your thoughts on this completed Summer transfer for FIFA 15/16 and who you want to see next in the headlines.

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Isco vs. Philippe Coutinho on FIFA 15

FIFA 15 News – Real Madrid ace Isco and Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho have been two of the stars of the season so far, see whole video on Runeme.com.

They have scored some beautiful goals, the best of which have been lovingly recreated by a couple of YouTube users using FIFA 15.

FIFAclick took on the task of doing Isco’s goals, while Fifizlo looked after Coutinho’s gems.

A fine collaboration, indeed, gents!

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Sepp Blatter thinks that football must move away from Europe

Runeme – Sepp Blatter said Friday that more moves are needed to export football away from Europe, as he gears up for a battle over Europe’s World Cup places and his own reelection, more football news on Runeme.com.

“The world is no longer Eurocentric. In my 40 years at FIFA I have regarded it as my most important task to lead football out of Europe into the whole world,” Blatter said.

“We have succeeded but the process is not yet at an end,” he added in a column in the FIFA magazine The Weekly.

He made no specific proposals. But throughout his time as FIFA president, Blatter has encouraged Africa and other continents to press for more World Cup places.

Sepp Blatter thinks that football must move away from Europe

The latest comments come however after the 79-year-old Blatter had an awkward time at the UEFA Congress on Tuesday, having to watch his three rivals for the FIFA presidency in May attack his record. UEFA president Michel Platini also made new calls for change at the world body.

On top, UEFA made clear that it will be pressing for an extra place at the 2018 World Cup when FIFA’s executive decides the allocation, the day after the FIFA presidential vote on May 29.

Platini indicated at the Vienna congress on Tuesday that he believes Blatter is linking the two.

Platini told a small group of reporters after the congress that the number of European places at the 2018 World Cup is “quite rightly” a prime concern for national federations.

“You know that Blatter will organise an executive committee the day after the Congress … and he put on the agenda ‘slots of the World Cup’ He is playing with that.”

Europe believes it deserves at least one extra slot as it has 19 of the top 31 teams in the FIFA rankings.

Sepp Blatter thinks that football must move away from Europe

At the 1998 World Cup, there were 15 European teams but in Brazil last year the number had dropped to 13. If the same system is kept for Russia 2018, Europe would have 14 representatives, 13 through qualifiers and Russia as hosts.

“If they don’t want Europe any more they have to say so,” the UEFA leader declared.

Other federations, particularly Africa and Asia, are also pressing for extra places however.

Blatter, who is favourite to win a fifth term, acknowledged the weight of UEFA’s 54 national associations in FIFA’s membership, adding that “their sporting and political significance is important.”

“However we must not forget that football’s global success is based on the vast reserves of talent and economic resources drawn from Africa, Asia, North and South America and Oceania.”

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