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FIFA’s harsh decision is unfair to Zimbabwe

03/16/2015 / Comments Off

We have already know the event from UTfifa15coins that the international football federation(FIFA) expel Zimbabwe from the 2018 World Cup in Russia, but do this really fair to Zimbabwe and it’s millions of soccer-loving people? No! It’s unfair to Zimbabwe, FIFA’s decision is just vexatious and harsh.

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While everyone agrees that Zifa are the reason why Zimbabwean football is in the mud, a question must be raised as to how Fifa, big as they are, could seek to punish a lowly footballing country on the basis that the Cuthbert Dube-led executive failed to honour a $60 000 debt.

This is the first time in Fifa’s long 111-year history that a national football federation has been expelled from the World Cup over a debt owed to a former coach.

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Granted, Fifa gave Zimbabwe several warnings over its intransigence over the Valinhos issue, making their heavy sentence sound justified, couldn’t the world body have taken issue with the Zifa administrators instead of dropping its axe on the whole nation?

Could they not have taken other punitive measures to make Zimbabwe realise the folly of her action or take other steps to enforce payment of the amount.

A decision to ban the country from the World Cup over a $60 000 salary squabble is, in our view, unwarranted — even for a country whose prospects of a successful World Cup campaign may be dim.
Fifa may have set a wrong precedence as the international football federation could soon find itself flooded with similar small cases which should not be at their door at all.

Imagine if all the poor associations that fall under Fifa had a fall out with their coaches or their employees, there would be no football at all in the world.

While we do not exonerate Zifa for its legendary administrative ham-fistedness, we do not subscribe to the notion that Fifa should ban countries from participating in football tournaments, for failure to pay their coaches.

FIFA's harsh decision

Whatever the circumstances, Fifa should be promoting football, rather that preventing people from kicking the ball.

The football governing body could have dealt with the matter differently, rather than resorting to the harshest punishment that can be meted on a country. It could have simply deducted the $60 000 from Zifa’s annual $250 000 grant, or excluded Zifa bosses from their programmes.

When Zimbabwe is expelled, it’s not Dube — who is rarely seen anywhere football is played — who gets punished but it’s the ordinary people, some who may not have the faintest idea of who Valinhos is.

It’s obviously that FIFA sometimes do the wrong thing, which appears to take away the world’s most beautiful game from the people, heavy-handedness will never help to the development of football.

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Best Teams VFL WOLFSBURG From FIFA 15

03/14/2015 / Comments Off

Cologne – VfL Wolfsburg are currently fighting it out on all three fronts in the Bundesliga, DFB Cup and UEFA Europa League, but how do the wolf pack fare when it comes to FIFA 15′s Ultimate Team?

Make sure you click on the video above to see who reigns supreme in the multi-player challenge.

  • We’ve also prepared a handful of pre-match stats on Matchday 25′s penultimate fixture between the Wolves and struggling SC Freiburg, especially for you lovely folk…
  • Freiburg have scored just three goals in their last six games, failing to score in four of them.
  • Wolfsburg has taken the lead with their first shot on goal in nine games so far this season, including in the reverse fixture in Freiburg.
  • Wolfsburg have never lost against Freiburg during Dieter Hecking’s tenure as head coach (W3, D1).
  • Wolfsburg have scored at least once in all of their last 25 home games since going down 2-0 to Eintracht Braunschweig on 5 October 2013.
  • Wolfsburg midfielder Daniel Caligiuri is unbeaten in three games against former club Freiburg (W2, D1), scoring twice.
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Zimbabwe Football Association made history: booted out of World Cup

03/14/2015 / Comments Off

According to the latest news of UTfifa15coins, Zimbabwe Football Association was booted out of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers, beacause of a $60 000 debt the association owes to former Warriors coach Valinhos. This really make people have nothing to say, it’s so embarrassed.

The embarrassing expulsion that comes at a time the association’s debts saw the Astro turf that was installed at Rufaro Stadium being sold to a private school in Harare while the provincial headquarters in Bulawayo were up for auction over a $1,5 million debt but for a timely settlement plan struck between Zifa and CBZ lawyers, paint a gory picture of the sorry state of Zimbabwean football.

Valinhos, whose full name is José Claudinei Georgini, took his case to FIFA after trying without success since October 2008 to get ZIFA to pay him his outstanding salaries.

The Brazilian, who led the Warriors on failed campaigns for both the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and the African Cup of Nations staged in Angola earlier that same year, was on a $10 000 a month salary and was only paid for the first six months of his tenure when the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority took charge of his upkeep.

Zimbabwe Football Association

Seven years on, Valinhos has returned to haunt ZIFA with heavy sanctions as Zimbabwe’s Warriors have been expelled from the qualifiers of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

This means Zimbabwe can now only dream of taking a crack at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

FIFA wrote to ZIFA on the matter on Wednesday and yesterday publicly announced that Zimbabwe had been expelled from the World Cup qualifiers after the association failed to pay the debt owed to Valinhos on time.

The world soccer governing body also issued a statement on their official website explaining the circumstances that led to this drastic action.

FIFA also indicated in their statement that the decision was not subject to appeal but ZIFA were adamant late yesterday that they would seek recourse with the Zurich-based international body.

The FIFA statement read:

“The FIFA Disciplinary Committee today, 12 March 2015, notified the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) that it was expelled from the preliminary competition of the 2018

“The expulsion comes as a result of the non-payment of an outstanding debt by ZIFA to the coach following a decision passed on 15 August 2012 by the single judge of FIFA’s Players’ Status Committee.

“As the single judge’s decision was final and binding and ZIFA did not settle its debt, disciplinary proceedings for failure to respect a decision (in application of art. 64 of the FIFA Disciplinary Code) were opened against ZIFA upon the request of the coach.

“The FIFA Disciplinary Committee passed a first decision in April 2013, by means of which in particular, and in addition to receiving a fine, ZIFA was granted a 60-day period to settle half of its debt to the coach and a 120-day period to settle the remainder of the debt. ZIFA was warned that, if they did not pay within the granted periods, the case would – upon the express written request of the creditor – be resubmitted to the FIFA Disciplinary Committee for the possible imposition of harsher sanctions, which could lead to expulsion from a FIFA competition. ZIFA did not appeal the decision.

Zimbabwe Football Association

“In view of the fact that ZIFA did not settle its debt to the coach, and following the request of the coach, the case was presented again before the FIFA Disciplinary Committee, which rendered a second decision. In its decision, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee granted ZIFA a final period of grace of 60 days to settle the debt with Mr. Georgini. Additionally, ZIFA was warned that, if the debt was not settled within the granted period (and upon the presentation of a formal claim by the creditor), then, in addition to the imposition of a fine, they would be expelled from the preliminary competition of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.

“ZIFA was informed that the expulsion would be ordered automatically without any further decision needed from the FIFA Disciplinary Committee and, once more, ZIFA did not appeal the decision.

“Given ZIFA’s failure to make any payment within the granted periods and the request presented by the creditor, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee – in line with its second decision – ordered the expulsion of ZIFA from the preliminary competition of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™,” wrote FIFA.

ZIFA chief executive Jonathan Mashingaidze insisted yesterday that they would appeal the decision to FIFA.

“We are appealing the decision through the office of the FIFA secretary-general (Jerome Valcke). We acknowledge the debt but we have been telling FIFA that we are unable to pay off the debt and that suspending us from the World Cup would not take away the debt but would only worsen our plight,” Mashingaidze said.

Mashingaidze in communication to FIFA and Valinhos lawyers in October and December last year had indicated that ZIFA would start servicing the debt from January 31 this year but even that date lapsed with the bankrupt association failing to remit any money towards servicing the debt.

It also emerged that ZIFA were aware of the impending FIFA ban from the World Cup by the end of last year.

“Following our request through Mr. Jose Claudinei Georgini’s lawyer, Mr Victor Eleuterio copied to the FIFA Disciplinary Committee on 27th and 31st October 2014, for a payment plan in respect of the former national coach Mr Jose Claudinei Georgini, we hereby request your esteemed office to allow us to start servicing the amount in question from the 31st January 2015.

“Our request has been occasioned by the dire financial straits the association is in. The association is currently constrained but we acknowledge full responsibility of the debt in question. We are aware of the sanctions should we fail to honour the debt.

Zimbabwe Football Association

“Is is against the backdrop of possible sanctions and our commitment to service the debt that we request your esteemed office not to exclude us from the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia qualifiers,” wrote Mashingaidze to FIFA.

But in a letter to ZIFA on Wednesday, deputy secretary to the FIFA disciplinary committee Jose Rodriguez said the world body had taken the action in view of the fact that the association had failed to meet the deadline for payment of Valinhos’ dues.

“… in view of the request received (immediate expulsion of ZIFA from the preliminary competition of the 2018 FIFA World Cup), in line with point III.4 of the decision FIFA Disciplinary committee and bearing in mind the fact that no payment has apparently been made within the deadline granted by means of the foregoing, the Zimbabwe Football Association is expelled from the preliminary competition of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.

“Consequently the Zimbabwe Football Association will not be entitled to participate in the preliminary draw of the said competition,” said Rodriguez.

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FIFA 15 Share Ultimate Team Of The Week

03/13/2015 / Comments Off

Each week EA Sports creates a FIFA Ultimate Team Team of the Week (TOTW) based on players in the real world that are in form for that week. Take a look at the team that will be available for one week from 11th March at 6pm.

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Starting XI

GK: Iraizoz – Athletic Club de Bilbao (Spain)
LB: Kieran Gibbs – Arsenal (England)
CB: Loïc Perrin – AS Saint-Etienne (France)
CB: David Luiz – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
LM: André Ayew – Olympique de Marseille (France)
LM: Vitolo – Sevilla FC (Spain)
CM: Maximilian Meyer – FC Schalke 04 (Germany)
CAM: Adrian Mierzejewski – Al Nassr (Saudi Arabia)
ST: Salomón Rondón – Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia)
ST: Rubén Castro – Real Betis Balompié (Spain)
ST: Luis Suárez – FC Barcelona (Spain)

Substitutions

GK: Tyler Deric – Houston Dynamo (MLS)
LB: Lorcan Fitzgerald – Bohemian FC (Rep. of Ireland)
CAM: Edwin Cardona – Monterrey (Mexico)
RW: Michael Ríos – Universidad Católica (Chile)
ST: Moestafa El Kabir – Gençlerbirliği SK (Turkey)
ST: Marco Ruben – Rosario Central (Argentina)
ST: Marcus Berg – Panathinaikos FC (Greece)

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Preliminary competition of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia: Zimbabwe was kicked out

03/13/2015 / Comments Off

UTfifa15coins: Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) was notified by The FIFA Disciplinary Committee – they were expelled from the preliminary competition of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, which is really a shocking news to all football fans.

The expulsion comes as a result of the non-payment of an outstanding debt by ZIFA to the coach José Claudinei Georgini following a decision passed on 15 August 2012 by the single judge of FIFA’s Players’ Status Committee.

the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

As the single judge’s decision was final and binding and ZIFA did not settle its debt, disciplinary proceedings for failure to respect a decision (in application of art. 64 of the FIFA Disciplinary Code) were opened against ZIFA upon the request of the coach.

The FIFA Disciplinary Committee passed a first decision in April 2013, by means of which in particular, and in addition to receiving a fine, ZIFA was granted a 60-day period to settle half of its debt to the coach and a 120-day period to settle the remainder of the debt. ZIFA was warned that, if they did not pay within the granted periods, the case would – upon the express written request of the creditor – be resubmitted to the FIFA Disciplinary Committee for the possible imposition of harsher sanctions, which could lead to expulsion from a FIFA competition. ZIFA did not appeal the decision.

In view of the fact that ZIFA did not settle its debt to the coach, and following the request of the coach, the case was presented again before the FIFA Disciplinary Committee, which rendered a second decision. In its decision, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee granted ZIFA a final period of grace of 60 days to settle the debt with Mr Georgini. Additionally, ZIFA was warned that, if the debt was not settled within the granted period (and upon the presentation of a formal claim by the creditor), then, in addition to the imposition of a fine, they would be expelled from the preliminary competition of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™. ZIFA was informed that the expulsion would be ordered automatically without any further decision needed from the FIFA Disciplinary Committee and, once more, ZIFA did not appeal the decision.

the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

Given ZIFA’s failure to make any payment within the granted periods and the request presented by the creditor, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee – in line with its second decision – ordered the expulsion of ZIFA from the preliminary competition of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.

Are you a football fan and keeping a watchful eye on football world? What’s your feeling about this event? Do you feel sad for Zimbabwe football team?

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FIFA 15: Defensive skills visitors

03/12/2015 / Comments Off

FIFA 15 to join the new system, make the game more real, this is without a doubt, the players run as players will find that they have the breath frequency, just like a real player, better physics engine at the same time, the game player’s hair will be with flap, the details of the game to make the game more fit players true feelings, images in this production team said it will be over nature.

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FIFA 15 as usual, are three line speed, style, shape structure. Front main set attack movement more forward or coordination. The midfielder is main lightning or fast forward. The back is oppressive and position before and after the wide tight. Midfield and movement are random strain or your location option, the defence of high pressure is decided you play defense or back leaving no space.

Stance on and oppression can nip up play in the midfield but at the same time easy to play behind, back + not urgent can prevent balls but are easy to be holding up play and width is the defence position is compact or scattered, Barcelona types of infiltration and long shots are hard to break through can easily blow your side, but your opponent out can have a good side but the door wide open.

FIFA 15 is no longer a defensive mentality a direction is such a simple set, each player can according to the different positions have different options, such as the striker is walk or stand, looking for space or job and how much for the defence of the compression degree, midfielder is forward or protection, is the most changeable winger, can be used as a winger or more cross winger in the wing began to organize, in general, in the FIFA 15 flexible tactics to change more than its rivals ball time.

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Football tourment of FC Copenhagen looks like FIFA 15

03/12/2015 / Comments Off

An incredible FC Copenhagen video makes the relationship between football and computer games to go full circle, which is a football tourment on Sunday. It’s looks really like FIFA 15, you even have a feeling that you can spend some FIFA 15 Coins to buy a football players on the football field, the real world football field!

Two of Danish football’s biggest sides faced off in Copenhagen as the home side ran out eventual 3-1 victors against rivals Brondy.

With a range of high definition cameras in use, the club filmed every aspect of the game to create arguably the greatest, most uplifting highlights reel we’ve ever seen.

Football tourment, FIFA 15

Replicating the pre-match routine that can be seen on FIFA 15, the clip takes us through the tunnel, past the handshakes and all three Copenhagen goals.

The surreal clip consistently blurs the lines between reality and CGI, Delaney’s finesse finish and celebration being the prime example.

Are you a fan of football or a fan of FIFA 15? Have we really reached the point where a computer game, based on football, is now being recreated in real life by the subject on which it was initially based?

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FIFA 15 Ultimate Team transfer market, new Price Ranges comes

03/11/2015 / Comments Off

It’s no doubt that the nature of the game’s transfer market has been changed after the new 1.05 patch coming to FIFA 15 Ultimate Team, you will see a Price Ranges of players in the transfer market, this will help you to save some FIFA 15 Coins, maybe cost more, who knows?

With the new Price Ranges, all FUT items, including players, in-forms, consumables and club items now have a price range that sets the highest and lowest Coin prices that each can be sold for on the transfer market.

EA Sports says the new feature is designed to:
Help FUT gamers understand the value of the players in their Club.
Make high-rated players more attainable for all FUT gamers and ensure a level playing field.
Further restrict illegitimate coin transfers on the Transfer Market.
The publisher adds: “Although the new FUT item Price Ranges will differ from current prices, their relative value to other player items on the Transfer Market will remain consistent in order to maintain a level playing field for everyone.”

FIFA 15 Ultimate Team, Range Price

All Price Ranges will be universal across Xbox, PlayStation and PC.
When you list an item on the Transfer Market, the range at which an item can be sold will appear. These price ranges will be set by the FIFA Team based on analysis of past Transfer Market prices.
Open bid transfers will be unavailable after Price Ranges have been activated. In order to list an item on the Transfer Market, you will have to set a “Buy It Now” price within the Price Range.
The Price Range for each FUT item will be set wide enough for you to still enjoy trading on the Transfer Market.
The Price Range for certain players may be adjusted in the future as we work to improve this feature over time.
New ‘in-form’ FUT player items will receive a Price Range upon release

What do you think about the Price Range?EA Sports says the changes will have long-term benefits making FUT more fun and fair for everyone. Are you agree with EA’s word?

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Update Today on PS4 & PS3 Improves Stability From FIFA 15

03/10/2015 / Comments Off

Earlier today, EA Sports released a new update for FIFA 15 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC, adding some new content and addressing issues raised by the community.

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Split into current-gen and last-gen, here’s the full list of patch notes:

PS4, Xbox One, PC

Added the MLS expansion teams Orlando City and New York City FC to the “Rest of the World” league for Kick-Off and Online Matches.

Stability improvements to EASFC Match Day Challenges, Pro Clubs, and Online Seasons. Fixed stability issue around requesting a substitution in Player Career. Addressed issue where some players were not able to unlock certain boot packs for their Virtual Pro.

Names of scouted players in Career Mode are now more reflective of their country of origin. Stability improvements to Friendly Seasons in FIFA Ultimate Team Seasons. Improved ‘Compare Price’ functionality in FIFA Ultimate Team when comparing prices for consumables.

PS3, Xbox 360

Added the MLS expansion teams Orlando City and New York City FC to the “Rest of the World” league for Kick-Off and Online Matches.

Stability improvements to Online Friendlies, Kick-Off, Co-Op Seasons, EASFC Match Day Challenges and FUT Friendly Seasons. Names of scouted players in Career Mode are now more reflective of their country of origin.

Improved ‘Compare Price’ functionality in FIFA Ultimate Team when comparing prices for consumables. Improvements to the Transfer Market search functionality in FIFA Ultimate Team.

EA also warned that there will be some maintenance tonight as they prepare for an important change coming to FIFA Ultimate Team. How big of a download was the update for you?

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Orlando City and New York City FC added to FIFA 15

03/10/2015 / Comments Off

Hi, guys, it’s time to get your FIFA 15 Coins ready- the MLS expansion teams Orlando City and New York City FC being added to the FIFA 15 in it’s latest update, which have been released by EA Sports yesterday.

The two clubs, which weren’t added to the MLS, were instead added to the “Rest of World” section. If you want to the teams in MLS, you have to replace another team.

Website Pasta Padre suggests replacing the now defunct Chivas USA with one of the new clubs.

Orlando City and New York City FC , FIFA 15

Unfortunately, New York City FC and Orlando City have no commentary lines in the game and are simply referred to as “Home” and “Away.”

The rest of details from title update No. 4 can be seen below.

Added the MLS expansion teams Orlando City and New York City FC to the “Rest of the World” league for Kick-Off and Online Matches.
Stability improvements to EASFC Match Day Challenges, Pro Clubs, and Online Seasons.
Fixed stability issue around requesting a substitution in Player Career.
Addressed issue where some players were not able to unlock certain boot packs for their Virtual Pro.
Names of scouted players in Career Mode are now more reflective of their country of origin.
Stability improvements to Friendly Seasons in FIFA Ultimate Team Seasons.
Improved ‘Compare Price’ functionality in FIFA Ultimate Team when comparing prices for consumables.

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