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Le 12 January 2016, 06:37 dans Humeurs 0

Year after year, the biggest stars in world fifa 16 mule account football gather at the simply unmissable FIFA Ballon d’Or Gala in Zurich. FIFA follows every moment of these celebratory proceedings, making the most of the opportunity to catch up with as many of the main protagonists as possible.

The same will be true of this year’s event just as it was 12 months ago at the FIFA Ballon d’Or 2014 Gala, where we brought you numerous exclusive interview via text and video, fantastic photos both from on stage and behind the scenes and glimpses of a side of the beautiful game’s heroes we rarely see.

Our digital reporting of the FIFA Ballon d’Or 2014 in Zurich reached a total of 37 million football fans around the globe during the 24 hours around the Gala itself – a staggering figure that may well be surpassed once again over the next few days.

If you are having trouble recalling the events of this wonderful yet chilly evening in January 2014, worry not – you can relive them all with us now.

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Le 3 December 2015, 06:24 dans Humeurs 0

Costa Rica coach Oscar Ramirez had some big decisions to make and not much time to make them in. Though his side had just beaten Haiti to collect their first three points in the futseller fifa 16 CONCACAF qualifying competition for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, victory came at a cost, with first-choice midfielders Celso Borges and Johan Venegas both picking up serious injuries.

With Los Ticos due to play an ever-challenging Panama four days later, Ramirez took one look at his squad list and made an instant decision, pulling Randall Azofeifa and Esteban Granados to one side and entrusting them with the job of patrolling the midfield. As it turned out, the coach made the right choice, the Herediano duo playing their part in a win that maintained Costa Rica’s momentum and their perfect start to the qualifiers.FIFA spoke exclusively to them.

Ramirez’s solution was a logical one. For the last eight months, Azofeifa and Granados have been the mainstays of a Herediano side that is riding high in the Costa Rican championship.

“We haven’t been playing together for that long, but we developed an understanding pretty quickly and we’ve even become friends off the pitch,” said the 30-year-old Azofeifa, who has eight years’ experience in the Belgian and Turkish leagues under his belt. “It just so happened that we had to share a room for the trip [to Panama]. We understand each other off the pitch and that helps.”

Explaining what they bring tactically, Granados, who is also 30 but has never left Costa Rica in his 12-year career, said: “As holding midfielders our job was to provide balance whenever Panama went on the attack. We both provided that equilibrium in midfield. Azofeifa holds back a little when we’re on the attack and I push forward a bit more. He has a lot of experience and he’s a leader in the midfield.”

During the Panama match, Azofeifa watched Granados’ back whenever he moved forward, for reasons he explained in analytical fashion, a characteristic of his according to his team-mate: “We both went up on one occasion with Herediano, only for us to lose the ball and the opposition to score. We promised there and then that we’d never make the same mistake again.”

Thankfully for Los Ticos, the pair showed the same level of understanding they have struck up with Herediano. “The fact is that we never imagined we might be playing together for the national team, but that’s what you work for and then to stay there,” explained Azofeifa. “It never crossed my mind, but thanks to God we’ve been able to play for the national team at the same time,” added Granados.

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Le 3 December 2015, 06:22 dans Humeurs 0

The CONCACAF region hosted the crown mmoga fifa coins jewel of women’s football earlier this year as USA claimed their third FIFA Women’s World Cup™ after a memorable tournament in Canada. 2015, however, still has plenty in store for the competitive region with the CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship kicking off this week in Honduras, where three spots at the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup are up for grabs.

On top of the U-20 competition, regional qualifying for the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro is set to take place in Texas in February with two tickets to Brazil on offer. Needless to say then, there is plenty to play for in the CONCACAF zone over the coming weeks and months as the region first sets its sights on Papua New Guinea 2016.

San Pedro Sula is the site of the 2015 CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship, where two venues – Estadio Francisco Morazan and Olimpico Metropolitano – will showcase the zone’s up and coming women’s football talents. The competition kicks off on Thursday with Group A’s four sides – hosts Honduras welcoming Jamaica, and Canada taking on Trinidad and Tobago. Group B follows suit on Friday with Haiti battling Panama, while reigning regional champions USA meet Mexico. 

The top two teams from each group will face off in the semi-finals on 11 December, the winners of which will book passage to Papua New Guinea. The tournament’s match for third place takes place two days later to determine the last CONCACAF representative at the U-20 Women’s World Cup, whereas the final will follow shortly afterwards to crown CONCACAF’s U-20 champion.

This competition has been a difficult one for Caribbean teams, with no island nation having ever qualified for the U-20 Women’s World Cup. However, Haiti, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago are looking to put a stop to that this year. Soca Princesses coach Jason Spencer believes this tournament is a chance for Trinidad and Tobago to shine against the region’s traditional powerhouses.

“The ultimate goal is to make it to the World Cup, whether it be the first, the second or the third place,” Spencer said after the tournament’s draw took place. “We are going all the way through.

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