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Happy coding European giants splash $3 bn on transfers

The English Premier League dominated as Europe’s top clubs spent more than $3 billion on new Fut Coins players in the two month transfer market that ended with a frantic burst of deals, according to a study released Tuesday.

The 20 Premier League clubs spent about £835 million ($1.38 billion, EUR1 billion) on players, with Manchester United accounting for about £150 million of that, according to business consultants Deloitte.

The Premier League total smashed last year’s record transfer dealings worth £630 million. Colombian striker Radamel Falcao joined United while England striker Danny Welbeck left for Arsenal in the final deals announced late Monday.

Spain’s La Liga clubs laid out just over $700 million (EUR530 million) on players, with Real Madrid and Barcelona the big spenders on the likes of Luis Suarez and James Rodriguez.

Italy’s Serie A followed with $450 million (EUR345 million) of deals, Germany’s Bundesliga accounted for $415 million (EUR315 million) and France’s Ligue 1 came fifth with $165 million (EUR125 million).

ps3 fifa coins Transfer Matching System said that 1,164 players were taken on in the big five leagues during the two month transfer window and that the five accounted for 85% of the transfer money spent in Europe’s 26 biggest leagues. German man infuriated by FIFA 14 smashes television

This video starts out with a common scene — a few friends sitting around, playing FIFA Ultimate Team Coins and drinking. It looks like there's Jagermeister on the table, which should give you a clear indication of where this clip is headed.

Trash talk leads to shoving and it would seem that the third friend is filming because the man losing the match has a reputation for getting angry when the game doesn't go his way (everyone has that friend...or is that friend). When the trash talker in the backwards cap scores another goal, his opponent immediately loses his mind and chucks his controller at the TV, busting the screen. He then finished the job by punching the screen and beating the TV into the ground while his friends laughed and laughed and laughed.

Anyone who hasn't played ps3 fifa coins might think this is an overreaction, but anyone who has played it knows that the game is out to get you and sometimes this is just what it deserves. must re-vote if corruption proven

Michel Platini thinks Fut 14 Coins must hold another vote for the 2022 World Cup if corruption allegations against Qatar's winning bid are proven.

The UEFA president told sports newspaper L'Equipe that he doesn't regret his own vote for Qatar and still thinks the Gulf nation "was the right choice for FIFA and for world football."

"But if instances of corruption are proved, there will need to be a new vote and sanctions," Platini said.

A FIFA prosecutor plans by next week to wrap up his investigation of the 2010 votes for Qatar and 2018 World Cup host Russia.

On a personal note, Platini claimed that "somebody, something" is plotting to discredit his possible candidacy for the FIFA presidency.

Media reports this week cast doubts on Platini's links to now disgraced Qatari official Mohamed bin Hammam. London's Daily Telegraph alleged Platini had "a secret meeting" before the 2010 vote with Bin Hammam, suspected of vote-buying and other irregularities and whom FIFA subsequently expelled in 2012.

Platini told L'Equipe it was simply breakfast with a work colleague. Bin Hammam, like Platini, was a member of the FIFA board.

"I read 'Platini corrupt?' in all the newspapers, on news agency wires, on blogs. Honestly, it hurts," Platini said.

He added: "I saw this colleague 10,000 times in 15 years. Why would I have had a secret meeting with him? I now realize that in the background there is somebody, something, people organizing all this. I can feel it."

"For a year now, everything is being done to discredit me, regardless of what I do. It is easy to feed people who spend their time denigrating you on social networks. There are firms that specialize in this. It's not hard, you simply have to pay."

Platini stopped short of accusing FIFA and its president Sepp Blatter of involvement.

"I have no proof," he said. "I don't know who is behind all this. But I think lots of interests are at stake, for those at FIFA, for those who want to be there" and "without doubt also for those who want us to overturn the attribution of the 2022 World Cup to Qatar."

Platini said, however, that none of this will influence his decision on whether to challenge Blatter for the FIFA presidency. Platini said he will announce in August, after the World Cup in Brazil, whether he will run in the May 2015 election.

Blatter is looking to next week's ps3 fifa coins
congress to support his own ambitions for another four-year term.

Borini injury fear as Reds edged by Roma

A 90th-minute own FIFA 14 Coins goal on Wednesday cost Liverpool a 1-0 loss to AS Roma but an early fall left striker Fabio Borini with a much more worrisome right shoulder injury.

The 23-year-old Italian striker, a former Roma standout before coming to Liverpool, fell on an early tackle and came up holding his shoulder. Liverpool said during the match that Borini's shoulder was not dislocated but further examination was needed in a tough setback during the opening minutes of the English Premier League side's pre-season US tour.

The only goal of the match came in the dying seconds of regular time when Roma's Marco Borriello bent his right leg and helped redirected a corner kick into the net via Reds' defender Daniel Agger. Borriello, a 32-year-old Italian striker, has been on loan to Juventus, Genoa and West Ham United over the past three seasons.

In other pre-season friendlies involving English clubs on Wednesday in North America, Tottenham edged hosts Toronto 3-2 while Aston Villa was at Dallas, Manchester City was at Kansas City and Manchester United was playing the Los Angeles Galaxy at the Rose Bowl.

Liverpool's Steven Gerrard played his first match since announcing on Monday he was retiring from international play for England after serving as English captain at Brazil 2014.

Roma has signed England's Ashley Cole, who said he had US offers but "I'm not ready to relax on a beach yet."

Liverpool, who inserted teen Adam Phillips in the final minutes and saw him receive a yellow card for a rough tackle, played for the second time in three years at Fenway Park, the iconic 102-year-old stadium that serves as home to baseball's Boston Red Sox.

John Henry, the American who owns the Red Sox and Liverpool, watched his football club walk onto the pitch to "You'll Never Walk Alone." Henry said to NBC at half-time that this year's UEFA Champions League "is a huge focus for us and we brought in a lot of depth to compete in both arenas."

Wins for English clubs

In Toronto, Tottenham took a 2-0 half-time edge with goals by Erik Lamela in the 16th and 40th minutes. Andrew Wiedeman put Toronto on the board in the 65th minute and 18-year-old Jordan Hamilton netted the equaliser in the 72nd minute, only to see Andros Townsend put the winner in via the upper right corner for Spurs in the 85th minute.

In Dallas, Villa led 1-0 at half-time through Austrian Andreas Weimann's goal in the 44th minute and French midfielder Charles N'Zogbia added insurance with a free-kick in the 49th minute.

In Kansas City, Manchester City's Bruno Zuculini - a 21-year-old Argentine midfielder - opened the scoring with a right-footed blast off the inside edge of the right post in the third minute. C.J. Sapong equalized for the hosts in the 30th minute but Belgian Dedryck Boyata nodded in a free-kick in the 45th minute to put Manchester City ahead 2-1 at half-time. Serbian defender Aleksander Kolarov added a ps3 fifa coins goal off a penalty in the 72nd minute, and 17-year-old Nigerian Kelechi Iheanacho finished the scoring in the 88th minute.