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The team’s defense is not good enough

Liverpool manager Rafael Rodgers said in an interview, he knows his FUT 15 Coins team defense in the new season’s performance is not ideal, he hopes his his disciples to be more aggressive on defense. Along with then your our website is the best site ever known to purchase the cheap fifa coins pc to enjoy the football game essentially and make sure you have the most amazing moment !Rodgers said: “the new season in the league so far we have conceded 8 goals, most of which were originally can be avoided. The League last weekend, the team started badly, and that eventually cost us.

The team’s defense is not good enough, we need to show aggression in the defensive end.”We knew his performance there is room for improvement, in addition to Tottenham, so far this season, Liverpool have not been matched with its strength performance. This situation we have encountered before. I just took over in Liverpool, there are a lot of teams, many new players, but we eventually find a way to win.”"We made mistakes in the game, we need to ensure that in the face of pressure, you still can keep a clear mind.

Because of the need to take part in many competitions, the team must set aside enough time to recover, so we don’t have much to teach the player the chance. So we need to look at the video game more, even a group discussion, in order to find a way to win.”Miranda: personnel changes affecting the defense of Ma Jing.Ma Jing the last two games lost the ball 5, guard Miranda said this is not often the case, the team is working to correct mistakes. He said in today’s press conference: “to throw 5 ball is a rare event, we work in, will be amended in the two games the mistakes, it won’t happen again.”

Ma Jing’s main defence retained the three PS4 FIFA Coins members, only Felipe move to Miranda, but the emphasis introduced more new aid team is working to integrate. “This have an impact on us, because the team needs to defend, from striker to guard. When the personnel changes, there will be lack of understanding.” He declined to discuss tactics in more detail: “tactical questions you should ask the coach.” For the two goalkeeper Moya and Aubrac, Miranda thinks they are “good goalkeeper”, rotation does not affect defensive two people.

Microsoft raises Xbox 360 price in India

The world’s a big FIFA 14 Coins place. Do you know how much water there is on Earth? 326 million trillion gallons. That is a real number. When written out, there are 18 zeroes. That is so much water that, when you try to picture it, you go from thirsty, to having to pee, to dehydrated, back to thirsty in the span of about 15 seconds. No mind is powerful enough to contain that magnitude, so it’s best to distract yourself. Turn away from the torrent of life giving liquid and consider video games. There aren’t 326 million trillion games out there, but there are far more than you might be familiar with as a resident of the United States. That’s why there’s Jetsetter.

Welcome back to Jetsetter, Digital Trends’ weekly look at the International video game scene. From retro gaming’s homeland Japan to the quickly growing gaming market of India, we look at what’s happening in the electronic entertainment world beyond the boundaries of this fine country.

* Microsoft raises Xbox 360 price in India.

The rash of steep price hikes for console and PC games continue in India. In July, Electronic Arts’ publishing partners in the region raised FIFA 13 prices 80 percent. Just last week Sony raised Indian prices on most of its first-party titles. This week though, Microsoft took an unprecedented step and actually raised the price of the Xbox 360, 6 years after it was released in the country. The 250 GB console was raised to Rs 24,990 from 21,990, a jump from around $396 to $450. The 4GB console rose to Rs 15,990 ($288) from 14,990 ($270). The weakening Rupee is credited as being responsible for the price hike trend.

Tetsuya Miziguchi and his Tokyo studio Q? Entertainment are known more for dropping fat beats in games like Rez and Lumines than they are for intriguing technology. (Although the Rez “Trance Vibrator” certainly fits in that category.) Its latest game Guardian Hearts Online also fits the bill though. Q? is making two versions of Guardian Hearts, one for PS Vita and one for Google Android phones. If you’re playing on Vita though, you can team up with players using Samsung Galaxy phones as well as with other Vita players. The Android version of Guardian Hearts Online is already on Google Play, but is region locked on most phones.

The Nintendo DS redefined the video PS4 FIFA Coins game market in Japan, marking the populace’s transition from PlayStation and PlayStation 2 owners to portable players. As of 2009, 1 in 5 Japanese citizens owned a DS. Now that’s a successful machine. How’s the Nintendo 3DS doing though? Not too shabby. After 18 months, Nintendo has sold 7 million 3DSs in Japan. By comparison, it took Nintendo about that long to sell 10 million DSs around the world. Good on you, 3DS.

Gonzalo Jara and Chile got their World Cup campaign off

Defender Gonzalo Jara expects Chile to have to withstand a Spanish backlash to maintain their FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Coins positive start in the World Cup.

Chile justified some of their upbeat pre-tournament billing with a 3-1 win over Australia in their opening Group B match in Cuiaba.

The result increased their hopes of making progress but their next challenge could be altogether more formidable as they take on shell-shocked world champions Spain in Rio de Janeiro.

Spain were thrashed 5-1 by Holland in their first game, a result which reverberated around the world, and Jara expects to meet them in determined mood at the Maracana on Wednesday.

The Nottingham Forest player told "They need to win their next game.

"At the last World Cup Spain lost against Switzerland in their opening game, now it's the same. It's really difficult to face Spain.

"But we've played many friendlies against them. We know their tactics, we know their football."

Chile looked highly impressive as they swept into a 2-0 lead against the Socceroos with goals from Alexis Sanchez and Jorge Valdivia inside 15 minutes.

Australia, the outsiders in a difficult group, looked out of their depth as La Roja cut them open seemingly at will, but they then settled and showed some fighting spirit.

Veteran midfielder Tim Cahill was their inspiration, and the former Everton man brought them back into the game with a trademark header after 34 minutes.

Cahill later had a second header disallowed for offside and Mark Bresciano went close to an equaliser with a powerful shot that fully extended Claudio Bravo.

Eduardo Vargas had an effort cleared off the line but Chile were holding on before Wigan's Jean Beausejour netted their third in injury time.

Jara, 28, said: "We can play much better. In the second half it was really, really hard after you've been playing in 30 degrees.

"They have a really good team. They play with wingers, they put every single ball into the box and they have a really good player in Tim Cahill."

Australia captain Mile Jedinak felt his side were unlucky not to get anything out of the game.

The Crystal Palace midfielder said: "We had a right go but those first 20 minutes ended up costing us.

"We were on top of them, we were so dominant.

"For a lot of the boys, including myself, it's our first World Cup. We were a bit starstruck in the first 20 minutes as there's some great players that play for Chile, and I think we gave them a bit too much respect.

"But as the game grew on and we got a goal back, that was when we really started to press.

"We started to believe in ourselves and then our strengths came out.

"I think the Chileans became a bit wary and of us when they were under (pressure), and they only got the third goal because we were trying to push and push."

Jedinak believes Australia can take momentum and confidence into their next game against Holland in Porto Alegre on Wednesday.

He said: "I don't think it will be too difficult getting those PS4 FIFA Coins up as they showed real character." FIFA 15 Will Have Italian Serie A

FIFA Ultimate Team Coins is due out later this year; the games have always sold themselves on their sheer wealth of licensed content, from football boards, clubs, and leagues, all around the world, as well as FIFA itself, which leeds to an unparalleled sense of authenticity and immersion in game.

Now, ahead of the launch of this year’s game, EA Sports has gone ahead and secured yet another license- Serie A, the Italian football league, will be featured in FIFA 15.

This includes all the twenty league teams, the Scudetto trophy and official Nike match ball. In Italy, FIFA 15 will also have new commentary in game, delivered by the duo of TV journalist Pierluigi Pardo and former AC Milan defender and current Sky Italia analyst Stefano Nava.

PS4 FIFA Coins is due out on the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii, Nintendo 3DS, and PC later this year. Stay tuned to GamingBolt for more coverage. Get 66% off FIFA World Cup at GAME

The World Cup is about to kick off and everyone and FIFA 14 Coins their dog is trying to make the most of it.

The shop will knock 66 per cent off EA's FIFA World Cup game for anyone called Geoff Hurst. That's 66 per cent, in case you didn't get what they were going for.

If you're called Edison (Pele), Franz (Beckenbauer), Diego (Maradona) or Zinedine (Zidane) you'll only get 14 per cent off. Well, none of them scored a hat trick in the 1966 World Cup final, did they?

Of course, you, or your mate if you're dragging along someone who shares their name with one of the football legends, will need proof of ID to get the discount. I mean, you don't look like a Zinedine, so how would they know?

The promotion runs from tomorrow, 4th June for 10 days until England's first match on 14th June. It's all downhill from PS4 FIFA Coins there. Xbox One pre-loading launches with FIFA 15

Xbox One pre-loading will now launch with Madden FIFA Coins, Microsoft has announced.

The feature, which lets digital pre-order customers download game files ready for launch, was originally scheduled to launch with Forza Horizon 2.

Fans can now purchase Madden NFL 15 from the North American store for $59.99 with the option to download before its August 26 release date.

"You may download the game from Xbox before then, but it will not be playable until 12:01am PDT / 3:01am EDT on the release date," reads the product description.

Announced during Microsoft's gamescom conference, the pre-loading service will be available on a game-by-game basis.

Microsoft head Phil Spencer said that PS4 FIFA Coins was one of the most requested features by fans, and will be used for upcoming football release FIFA 15. Borussia Dortmund stunned Manchester United sold Shinji Kagawa

The Japanese playmaker joined Manchester United in 2012 on the back of a stunning season for Borussia Dortmund in which he won Player of FIFA 14 Coins the Year in a title winning campaign. His loss was mourned at the Westfalenstadion.

Promising star

Having bagged his signature for just £14 million, fans and pundits alike believed Sir Alex Ferguson had made the signing of the summer. Kagawa had been imperious in the Bundesliga and was expected to take up a No.10 role behind Wayne Rooney for the Red Devils.

However, Robin van Persie arrived at Old Trafford and Kagawa was restricted to a bit-part role on the left wing as Rooney slotted into his favoured No.10 position. His Manchester United career faltered almost immediately and he never impressed in the Premier League.

Return to Dortmund

Louis van Gaal took it upon himself to cut the 25-year-old from the Manchester United squad, allowing him to rejoin his former club for just £6.3 million. The move was heralded at Borussia Dortmund as a major coup and 5,000 'Kagawa' shirts were sold on the day after the confirmation.

And it appears Dortmund officials were just as happy to see Kagawa return to the club where he made his name and are reported to be privately stunned at Manchester United's low asking price. They also are incredulous to the fact that Manchester United could not get the best out of Kagawa in the two years he spent there.

New role

Jurgen Klopp is not expected to reward Kagawa his preferred role in the Dortmund squad. Both Marco Reus or Henrikh Mkhitaryan have developed into key players in similar role. Instead Kagawa will be given a deeper playmaker role similar to that of Barcelona veteran Xavi Hernandez.


Kagawa has a chance to show Manchester United exactly what they were missing on September 16 when they entertain Arsenal in the opening Champions League group game.

Dortmund coaches are impressed with Kagawa's seamless transition to Dortmund's tactics in training and expect him to slide back into the first PS4 FIFA Coins team set up almost immediately.

Fut Coins: FIFA 15 Release Date & Details

The FIFA 14 Coins release date is September 23rd in the U.S. on the Xbox One, PS4, PS3 and Xbox 360, as well as on PC through Origin. Gamers can buy the game on disc and digital on the FIFA 15 release, including the special editions. If you are in Europe, the FIFA 15 release date is September 25th.

EA is pushing the Ultimate Team hard in FIFA 15 with a new Ultimate Team mode and a special FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Edition that is $10 more than the normal version. For this higher price gamers unlock up to 40 Ultimate Team Packs to build their new team. The packs arrive over 40 weeks, so you can’t just unlock the best FIFA 15 team off the bat. This version does include an unlocked Lionel Messi player to help you get started, plus celebrations, the Adidas All-Star Team, special Adidas shoes and historic uniforms.

One thing that the PS4 FIFA Coins release will not offer is full access to the Brazil Club teams. Due to licensing issues FIFA 15 will not include Brazilian Club teams off the bat, which means some users will not be able to play as their favorite teams. The Brazil National Team that played in the World Cup is still in FIFA 15, so you can still command Neymar and others, just not in Club competitions. EA Sports explains that negotiations could deliver these teams later. EA Sports FIFA World plays footsie with PC

FIFA 14 Coins Sports has kicked off the open beta of EA Sports FIFA World, the publisher's free-to-play soccer game for PC. The PC version of the popular sports brand went through four closed beta phases and one limited open beta before launching globally. The game includes familiar Seasons and Ultimate Team modes as well as 600 clubs from 30 licensed leagues.

EA Sports FIFA World uses three different methods of control: keyboard, mouse and gamepad. It also offers access to the Football Club social hub, in-game rewards for gameplay accomplishments and weekly featured tournaments for Ultimate Team, erm, teams.

It requires a persistent Internet connection and an Origin account to play, though EA claims the game was "built to be enjoyed on average spec laptop computer or PS4 FIFA Coins desktop personal computers."