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Sep 09,  · Career Mode is a game mode over 15 seasons where players grow, retire and new players come through. You can play as a manager or as a player. Can I change teams in Career Mode? Yes, as a player you can request a transfer/loan and as a manager . FIFA 15 Career Mode Clubs. FH. Career Mode. Clubs. 1 of 25 club Rating Potential Growth XI Rating XI Potential XI Growth FC Barcelona Liga BBVA 80 Rating 83 Potential 3 Growth 85 XI Rating 88 XI Potential 6 XI Growth. FC Bayern Bundesliga Sep 23,  · FIFA Career Mode bargain buys & youth potential. Adam Byrne / September 23, Part and parcel of FIFA’s robust career mode has Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.

 

Manager mode fifa 15.EA SPORTS FIFA 15 Tips: 10 Career Mode Signings You Might Not Know About

Sep 09,  · Career Mode is a game mode over 15 seasons where players grow, retire and new players come through. You can play as a manager or as a player. Can I change teams in Career Mode? Yes, as a player you can request a transfer/loan and as a manager . Sep 23,  · FIFA Career Mode bargain buys & youth potential. Adam Byrne / September 23, Part and parcel of FIFA’s robust career mode has Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. My list contains players which have overall 75 in winter update of FIFA 14, this will same as the starting squad of FIFA 15 too. I am putting age of them. Strikers R. Lukaku 21 Paco Alcacer 20 Morata 21 Icardi 21 Vietto 20 Origi 19 Dramic 21 K.
 
 
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Albums Screenshots Videos. Communicate Friends Chalkboard. As the clock struck midnight at the end of June, most Real Valladolid supporters were asleep in their bed, filled with an excitement like it was Christmas Eve.

Their team had performed better than anyone could ever imagine, especially after their first season with new manager Stewart Reynolds, where they finished 2 nd in Liga Adelante. A 3 rd place finish awaited the Blanquivioletas. Not only did they finish 3 rd , they led the pack for most of the season, eventually running out of steam in the last 5 games, 3 rd was the best place they could finish, what was an unbelievable season.

Not only in terms of the football played but some outstanding young talent, but in terms in money made from gate receipts and finishing league position, Real are in a much better financial position. The manager has been blessed with, what can be considered for a team of this modest nature, a war chest of a transfer kitty.

So where do Real Valladolid go from here? Kyle Beckerman has announced his intention to retire at the end of the upcoming season, meaning a new central midfielder will be required. The feeling is, that if Valladolid are going to go anywhere, Gauld needs to be retained, unless of course, the right money if offered.

With a very good scouting network, the first player purchased was a surprise to everyone in Spain. With Jesus Rueda, the clubs former captain, leaving on a free transfer to find a new club, a replacement was required, Kurt Zouma, the Chelsea defender was unhappy at the lack of playing time he was being given and jumped at the chance of a cut price move to Spain. High wages in England meant the contract discussions went on longer than Valladolid would have hoped for, but after a few days everything was ironed out and Real had gotten themselves an unbelievable deal.

Javier Chica and Lewis Macleod were next to be shown the exit door leaving for half a million each to Mallorca and Leeds United respectively. A good deal for all involved. Bids had begun to come in for new captain Leon Kaak. The former Valencia man had no intention of leaving, however, and unless his clubs value of him was met, he was going nowhere. Robert Hall, an attacking left winger from Bolton Wanderers for 3.

The player now, has a job to prove them wrong. Real Valladolid have lined up friendlies against Napoli, Borussia Dortmund and Everton before their biggest campaign begins. With a few transfers in rumoured to still be in the works, it will be interesting to see how Valladolid get on in these fixtures. Hopefully the team can gel quickly and get the much needed results that will keep up the momentum from the previous season.

JazzMan , wassboss , MrRudy and 1 others like this. Just to get a different perspective on things. A win vs Leicester Albrighton 4′, Ulloa 55′ Sung-yueng 35′, Bartley 45′, Shelvey 60′ A surprisingly difficult game against a Leicester team lying bottom of the table. Due to a game two days later against Newcastle I was forced to play our second team and the hosts took full advantage of this. The first goal came from an error on Williams part the only first team player starting this match who passed the ball straight out to Albrighton who hit the ball first time to catch Fabianski off guard and give Leicester and unlikely lead.

We tried to respond straight from kick off as Emnes ran through but his shot was turned behind for a corner and a few minutes later Routledge skipped into the box and shot, only for it to once again be turned away by our former keeper Tremmel.

We did equalise in the 35th minute though as Sung-yeung was given the ball by Gomis and the south korean midfielder put his shot in off the post. Leicester tried to get back ahead almost straight from kick-off and Ulloa was put through one on one and as Fabianski rushed out, the Argentine chipped the ball over him and if it wasn’t for a brilliant goal line clearance from Hanley.

We kept on pressing Leicester and from a Routledge corner, Bartley’s header looped into the air and into the back of the net, putting us ahead just before half time. Leicester were determined not to give up and we were undone by some brilliant individual skill from Mahrez a transfer target of ours in the january transfer window who rouletted past Williams and squared the ball to Cambiasso who took the lightest of touches to set up Ulloa who blasted the ball in to give his side the equaliser.

Their celebrations were short lived however as a mere 5 minutes later Shelvey bagged us our third goal and his powerful shot to the near post squeezed in despite the keeper managing to get a hand to it.

The game slowed down a bit after that with nether team really able to get anything going but there was drama late on as Williams who had been having a dreadful afternoon brought down Vardy in the box to give away a penalty.

It was Ulloa who stepped up to take it and put his side back on level pegging for the second time in the game. It was Ulloa against Fabianski and the Argentine smashed his shot into the crossbar and saved our blushes late on as we were able to hold onto the win. We had a few good attempts early on but it was Newcastle who had the first real chance just before half-time but Cisse blazed his shot way over the post. Both teams struggled to create anything as most passes were intercepted and most balls over-the-top were way over-hit and easy for the keepers to intercept.

Ben Arfa weaved his way into the box but the Frenchman couldn’t score against the club he would be joining at the end of the season and his shot went wide. Our only real chance came five minutes from the end when Montero ran through but the shot was a simple save for Krul. Newcastle started to look threatening late on and a pass into the box was hit first time by Sissoko but the shot skimmed agonisingly over the bar.

Cisse had a chance to score for the hosts late on but under pressure his shot was easily dealt with by Schmeichel. It was a little to late though and the game ended , really poor from both sides to be honest and nether team really deserved to get anything more than a point out of it. Stoke had the first real chance of the game early on as Arnautovic crossed the ball in for Diouf who put his header over the bar.

In the 18th minute, after some nice build up play, Sigurosson was taken out by a late challenge from Muniesa and the referee was given no choice but to award us a penalty. Bony stepped up to take it, the Ivorian having scored a few penalties for us this season and it was no different this side as he blasted the ball into the far corner to give us the lead. Sigurosson had a golden opportunity to put us two ahead after a lovely pass from Dyer left him unmarked and all alone, but he blazed the ball way up into row Z.

I decided to put Shelvey on at half time to give us a bit of energy and it almost worked out instantly but his shot from 35 yards out blazed over the bar. Not long after this Shelvey was again making good movement forward as he slipped when attempting to cross the ball in and the ball was blocked by Edu.

For some reason he didn’t try and clear the ball up and this gave Shelvey time to get up and dispossess the american, slotting the ball past the rightfully surprised keeper.

This really seemed to knock the fight out of Stoke City and Bony was almost able to capitalise in the 58th minute but he dragged his shot wide. Not much happened until the 90th minute when Stoke tried to catch us out with a quick free kick but Schmeichel stood tall and knocked away a powerful close range shot from Sidwell to cap off the clean sheet and leave us victorious at the end of the game. A loss vs Arsenal Arteta 36′, Dzeko 74′ Bony pen 33 We pushed the hosts all the way in this game and were unlucky not to come away with at least a point.

We almost scored straight from kick-off with Dyer laying the ball off to Britton whose shot was saved and Bony almost turned in the rebound but a good block by Mertesacker prevented him. Wilshere ran through in the 13th minute but he could do little more than hit his shot straight into the onrushing Schmeichel. Not long after the hour mark some good passing released Britton who was challenged clumsily from behind from Koscielny to give us a penalty. Bony stepped up to take it, the ivorian having scored a few goals from the spot.

He didn’t disappoint this time ether, sending Szczesny the wrong away and giving us a shock lead at the emirates. The gunners weren’t behind for long though and as Sigurosson gave away a free kick, the ball was passed to Arteta just outside the area and the captain blasted it in to put the hosts back on level peggings.

Ramsey came close to putting Arsenal ahead on the stroke of half time but his shot was spectacularly saved by Schmeichel. We continued to press after half time and Britton attempted an audacious shot from range which just skimmed over the crossbar.

Gomis almost made an instant impact from his substitution on in the 70th minute but his shot rattled the bar. It was the hosts who would take the lead with Dzeko scoring after the ball was drilled in low and hard by Podolski for him to slide in at the far post, beating Williams to put it past the keeper. Schmeichel was playing his socks off to keep us in the game, saving a powerful curling shot from Sanchez and then saving a Giroud header from the resulting corner.

His efforts went unrewarded though as we couldn’t manage to take out chances and suffered out third defeat to Arsenal who proved they were the superior team in all our meetings.

I set up the team in a formation to try and soak up pressure and play for a point. That plan went out of the window in the 5th minute when Toure levered a shot from 50 yards out which flew into the top corner, which Schmeichel had no chance of saving. They were all over us from then on, Jovetic almost putting them two ahead as he stormed through the still shocked defence but he put his shot wide. Toure had another chance from a free kick just on the edge of the area but it was saved by Schmeichel.

He attempted another shot from 50 yards out and this time was only denied by a a brilliant save from Schmeichel. Our Danish goalkeeper was in great form as he tipped a powerful Jovetic header over the bar.

A second goal was inevitable for the visitors and they got it in the 68th minute as Cazorla blasted the ball in from just outside the area. We had very few chances for most of the match and out first shot on target came from Bony in the 80th minute but his powerful header was turned behind by Caballero.

The comeback was made even harder in the 82nd minute as Bartley was given his marching orders for a second bookable offence. Toure capped off a wonderful performance with a free kick goal in the 89th minute to surely seal the game for Man City.

However straight from kick-off Routledge stormed up the pitch, taking on the entire team and blasting the ball past Caballero. Amazingly we scored again minutes later again through Routledge, as he dispossessed the city player and curled the shot past the keeper to give us late hope of taking home a point but the Champions managed to hold on and condemn us to a second straight defeat.

A win vs Crystal Palace Ledley 85′ Montero 51′, Canas 60′, Sigurosson 82′, Bony 90′ The final game of the season and there wasn’t really much for us to play we sat in mid table.

Palace however were lying only 2 points clear of the drop zone and so needed a win to secure their premier league status for another year and thus it was them who had the first chance early on as Gayle put his shot just wide of the goal. Crystal Palace had most of the early possession but they didn’t do much with it and coming into half time nether side really looked like they were going to score.

We started to get more into the game in the second half and a wonderful over-the-top ball from Dyer sent Montero through one on one and he finished coolly past the onrushing keeper. Crystal Palace tried to get back into the game quickly and they almost did by Kelly tried to be too cleaver with his shot and it went over the crossbar.

Dyer would once again be the orchestrator as he slid in a ball to Canas who slotted it under Speroni. Again palace tried to respond this time with Gayle but he put his shot wide under pressure. We solidified our position in the 82nd minute as the cross from Dyer was met by a diving header from Sigurosson to put us three goals ahead. The hosts would get a goal back late on as the initial shot by Bannan was tipped onto the post only for Joe Ledley to blast the ball into an empty net to give Palace the faint hope of a comeback.

It proved to be only a consolation goal as Bony ended the game and the season with a powerful shot across goal to beat Speroni and bring his tally for the season up to 18 in the BPL. A victory on the last day sealed our 9th place position and capped off a decent season. In conclusion we’ve had a decent season at Swansea City finishing a respectable 9th but this was still 14 points behind the boards target of a Europa League start but hopefully they will understand that it was a unrealistic aim and give us more time at the club.

Chelsea won the league with a game to spare and the other 3 champions league spots went to Spurs, Arsenal and Manchester City. Crystal Palace managed to avoid relegation despite losing to us on the final day, as Leicester failed to beat QPR and join Sunderland and Burnley in being relegated to the Championship. Last edited by wassboss; at PM. Advertisements – Register to remove. Our huge Capital One Cup semifinal matchup against Liverpool is featured in this episode along with league fixtures against teams close to us in the table in 2nd place Stoke City and 6th place Manchester City.

We beat Manchester City and lost heavily to Stoke City in our previous matchups against them. This is a huge opportunity to cement ourselves in that Europa league spot and push for more as well. HKPound likes this. After the triumph in the FA Cup last season and a credible 6th place finish, Newcastle return with European football this season and look to push on from last year and aim for more silverware and hopefully a long overdue return to Champions League football.

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