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MLS Showcase New Logo Young Stars at FIFA 15

The stars of Major League Soccer (MLS) were out in full force Thursday night at the MLS and EA Sports FIFA 15 launch party held in New York City, with the league showcasing their "MLS Next" talent and FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Coins their brand new logo.

The Seattle Sounders' Clint Dempsey and DeAndre Yedlin, the New York Red Bulls' Tim Cahill and league scoring leader Brad Wright-Phillips, the Philadelphia Unions' Maurice Edu, and NYCFC's David Villa all made appearances with the league revealing their new logo as MLS prepares to celebrate their 20th anniversary next season.

"As we celebrate all that our players represent, as we celebrate the commitment and all of the resources that our owners have put forward to make our league what it is today, as we celebrate the fact that we will break our sell-out record for this year and have over six million fans attend our games and millions more who will be watching on television, it's time for us to launch Major League Soccer with a new brand," MLS Commissioner Don Garber said. "A new brand that represents the character, a new brand that represents the core of values of our league going forward. Those core values will be represented in the three stars that you will see in the new logo; our commitment to club, our commitment to country, and our commitment to community,"

Torres leads Chivas USA with 14 goals and is fourth in the league, tied with LA Galaxy's Robbie Keane, in the chase for the MLS scoring title. Torres also is having an incredible run playing in Los Angeles, becoming MLS's all-time Mexican-born scoring leader, as well as tying Ante Razov's Chivas USA record for most goals in a season. He is third on the team's all-time scoring list.

"I love playing in Los Angeles," Torres said to the Latin Post at the FIFA 15 launch party. "Los Angeles has been good to me. It's great playing in front of fans who have been so supportive, and I have enjoyed how the Mexican community has embraced me. It's been an honor to be one of the young players in this league."

Torres came on board as a "Designated Player" -- done by a rule which allows MLS franchises to spend over the $3.1 million salary cap in signing players to contracts over the league maximum salary or paying for transfer fees that allow for the league and clubs to compete for talent on the international soccer player market.

MLS teams have used the "Designated Player" rule to not only bring in FIFA 15 PS4 Coins players like Cahill, Keane, Villa, Kaka (who will play with the Orlando City Soccer Lions when they launch next season) and Thierry Henry, but also to bring back U.S. Men's National Team players such as Dempsey, Edu, Toronto FC's Michael Bradley and New England Revolution's Jermaine Jones.

Messi on the cover of FIFA 15 in the UK

Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard will join Messi on the cover of FIFA 14 Coins in the UK, France, Belgium and the Netherlands.

After an incredible season last year Hazard makes his debut on the FIFA cover, upon seeing the artwork he had this to say.

“I have played FIFA all of my life and it’s a huge honour to be asked to be on the cover of FIFA 15. Now I have played the game I can say it’s the most realistic football game I have seen, so I cannot wait to challenge my friends and team-mates with FIFA 15 and show off the new moves.”

The cover also marks the start of a new “long term partnership” between EA and Chelsea football club. The partnership will bring exclusive social and digital content to fans of the club.

Dan Holman, Head of UK Product Marketing at EA Sports had this to say about the partnership.

“We’re delighted to have Eden on the cover of FIFA 15 and to be working with him and Chelsea in showcasing the Barclays Premier League to the amazing level of detail that the game will deliver this year. Eden’s quick, direct and skilful approach is a joy to watch on the pitch, and a dream come true for FIFA 15 PS4 Coins fans, and it shows why he is often one of the first names in their concept squads.”

The top 5 most overrated players in FIFA 14

One of the games of the year, FIFA Ultimate Team Coins, ranks the best players in the major leagues in the world. Gareth Bale, Luka Modric and David Silva are in the top 5 most overrated players in FIFA 14. In melty tell you why!

FIFA 14 is enshrined as one of the games of the year. It is the second best selling video game this September in our country only surpassed by GTA V, both available for PS3 and XboX 360. In melty and I had talked about the 5 players essential for your team in FIFA 14 are also incredibly cheap. Today we speak of the five most overrated players in FIFA 14, an exorbitant price for some qualities that you might find in other players may not be as well known and of course you can buy for a lot less money.

5. Nemanja Vidic ( 87 )

According to the classification of players on the FIFA 14 player of Manchester United, Nemanja Vidic ranked number 15 of the best players. But once we set aside our console command and look for some information about the player, we see that only played 31 games the past two seasons due to a chronic knee injury. This 31 year old footballer in reality not profitable.

4. Luka Modric ( 85 )

The Croatian has a rating of 85, but when we look at his work in this last season, we see that he scored only 3 goals in 33 games. Remember that became voted by Spanish media as one of the worst signings of the year with Alex Song at the club. FIFA 14 has compared the quality of the current Real Madrid player with the skills of players such as Andrea Pirlo and Cesc Fabregas.

3. DAVID SILVA ( 88 )

Some people think that Silva is a striker consistent qualities and others who believe that their qualities are just changing. The truth is that we always left Silva with brilliant plays, but he also knows a party pass unnoticed, like last season in which he scored 4 goals in 33 appearances on the pitch with Manchester City.

2. GARETH BALE ( 87 )

No one is surprised that the white team count with 8 players in the top 50 of the best players according to FIFA 14 Cristiano Ronaldo as the second best player right after Lionel Messi. There would be less with the signing of the season : Gareth Bale. It is true that the figures obtained Welsh last season endorse a score of 87, scoring a whopping 26 goals, but currently, Bale is not in its best. The Real Madrid player suffers a chronic back injury, apparently quite similar to the hernia that left the white team to Higuain.

1. Franck Ribéry ( 90 )

The Bayern Munich FIFA 15 PS4 Coins player has made ​​a very good season last year, winning the Ligue Champions, the Super Cup and the Bundesliga. But the Frenchman has a score just 2 points behind second-best player by FIFA 14, Cristiano Ronaldo, and 3 less than the number 1 Messi. If this classification pass on to the real qualities of the players, the difference between Ronaldo and Messi can not be nearly the same as that between Ribery and Ribery and Ronaldo or Messi. Check out the five things melty not yet know of FIFA 14.

Argentina captain Lionel Messi won FIFA’s “Golden Ball

Argentina captain Lionel Messi won FIFA 14 Coins“Golden Ball” award as the best player of the World Cup after leading his team to Sunday’s final and Colombia’s James Rodriguez finished as the tournament’s top scorer with six goals.

Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, who kept a clean sheet as his side beat Argentina 1-0 in extra time to claim their fourth World Cup, was awarded the “Golden Gloves” as the tournament’s top keeper.

Four-times world player of the year Messi had a quiet game by his standards on Sunday but was the driving force behind Argentina’s push to their first World Cup final since 1990.

He scored four of their six goals in the group stage, set up Angel di Maria’s winner in the last 16 against Switzerland and shouldered the burden of slotting home Argentina’s first penalty in their shootout win over the Netherlands in the semi-finals.

Messi also won four successive man-of-the-match awards against Bosnia, Iran, Argentina and Switzerland.

A despondent Messi took little consolation in the award.

“It’s a sad prize which I won, because we wanted to lift the World Cup trophy for Argentina.”

While some pundits thought Messi looked jaded after the group stage and did not influence his team as much, Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella said he was a deserving winner.

“I think Lionel reached the pantheon of the greats a while back,” Sabella told reporters. “Yes, I think he deserved it. He played a great World Cup to get us where he did.

“I think it’s very deserved.”

Germany forward Thomas Mueller was runner-up to Messi and Netherlands winger Arjen Robben was third.

Mueller also came runner-up behind Rodriquez for the Golden Boot award. The Germany forward finished with five goals, one behind the Colombian attacking midfielder.

France midfielder Paul Pogba was named young player of the tournament, while Colombia took the Fair Play award after receiving just five yellow cards in five matches in Brazil.

FIFA 15 PS4 Coins also praised their positive play and the behaviour of their players and officials.