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Argentine striker Lucas Alario has revealed he really fancies a move to Liverpool–because he plays with them regularly on FIFA.
The River Plate hitman is reportedly available for around $12m this summer, with the Reds allegedly tabling a $8m bid in recent weeks.
And Alario has left the door ajar to a possible Merseyside move.
“Tell them to contact me,” he said in an interview with Argentine TV channel TyC Sports.
“Given the choice, I’d like to experience the Premier League, and I’d like to play for Liverpool”.
“I always select them when I play football on the Playstation”.
Alario has four goals and three assists in all competitions of far this season.
FIFA fans are in for a treat on March 22nd. For the very first time, Fox Sports will televise the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2016, the annual international eSports competition to crown the next official world champion of EA Sports’ FIFA 16 franchise.
Of the hundreds of gamers, there are 32 Grand Finalists gather in New York City March 20-22 for the three-day event on both the Play Station 4 and Xbox One, culminating in one FIWC Champion. Fox Sports’ digital platforms FOXSportsGO and FOXSoccer2Go carry the full competition live, while FS1 provides exclusive live television coverage of the Grand Final on March 22.
Fox-SportsIn addition to its U.S. coverage, Fox Sports is using its extensive global reach to make this year’s FIFA Interactive World Cup available to numerous affiliates around the world, including Sky UK, Fox Sports Australia, Sky New Zealand, and Fox Sports’ platforms throughout Latin America, Brazil, Asia, Africa, and Europe.
Fox explains the partnership
“EA Sports’ FIFA game has had an enormous impact on the popularity of soccer in the U.S., resulting in a growing audience that knows the teams, players and tactics that make soccer the most popular sport in the world,” says Fox Sports Head of Business Operations, David Nathanson. “We’re excited to make the FIFA Interactive World Cup accessible to viewers in America through our multiple platforms and around the world through our international affiliates.”
Realistically, EA probably don’t give that much credence to internet polls when planning on features for their games–which, let me be clear, is a very good thing. If they do, however, the FIFPlay poll of leagues to add is interesting, if not exactly scientific.
Polls don’t tend to work well when there are over 70 individual choices, but considering that limitation, the results are surprisingly clear cut with a whopping 2.1 million votes counted. The Israeli league currently leads the pack with 405,563 votes, closely followed by the Turkish PTT League (the second division of Turkish football) with 404,385 votes. The third tier of German football is in third, followed by the Egyptian and Hungarian leagues.
With the number of high-profile players moving to the Chinese Super League welcoming former Ultimate Team stalwarts Gervinho, Alex Teixeira, Jackson Martinez and Ramires to their ranks, you’d expect that to be a popular choice for FIFA fans, even if it is just to poach the best players back, but only 1% of those surveyed seemed to back it. That’s the same percentage that want to see the Welsh league and English conference represented.
Everyone (except Arsenal fans) thought Harry Kane’s goal in the North London derby was wonderful. With the score at 1-1, there didn’t appear to be much on when the Tottenham striker picked up the ball on the far side of the Arsenal penalty area.
That was before the Property Of All Spurs Fans hit the most perfect strike you could wish to see, bending the ball past David Ospina and into the top corner.
Most Tottenham fans have probably already rewatched the goal on TV several hundred times.
Luckily for those getting tired of watching the same old repeat on loop, the clip offers a whole new perspective. It shows FIFA YouTube genius Bateson using his awesome gaming skills to recreate the wondergoal in FIFA 16.
Spookily similar! It won’t be long until computer games are so realistic, we won’t be able to tell the difference between the real thing and the pixellated version.
A pretty terrifying prospect, when you stop and think about it…
Many people claim Willy Caballero will go down in Manchester City folk law for his heroic performance in the penalty shootout with Liverpool on Sunday to clinch the Capital One Cup.
Well, we’re not entirely sure about that, but one thing we are sure of is the introduction of his new Ultimate Team card on FIFA 16.
There had been an ever-growing pressure on Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini to drop Caballero after a string of poor performances, however it was the Argentinian that came up trumps at Wembley, as he saved a hat-trick of Liverpool spot kicks.
As a result, EA Sports used its official Twitter account to announce the release of Caballero’s brand new ‘Man of the Match’ card.
This new special edition card is only available in FIFA Ultimate team packs until 1am (UK time) on March 1st.
Caballero secured Manchester City’s first trophy of the season and with the confirmed departure of Manuel Pellegrini at the end of the season, this might well be the last piece of silverware under the Chilean’s command.
Former Barcelona boss, Pep Guardiola, will arrive at the Etihad Stadium at the start of the 2016-17 Premier League season.