Ferguson, now heading a Uefa panel of elite coaches, is keen on fifa 15 coins
the idea but wants to be certain that it would work. He told reporters: "I chair a forum of elite coaches that meet every year and I'm a member of the technical study group of the Champions League and the European Championship so I'm still involved in FIFA at the highest level. "Right now we're looking at the possibility of introducing sin-bins like they have in rugby - a 10-minute suspension during the match - but we want to be careful that somehow it isn't exploited if it's introduced." Ferguson welcomed Uefa's decision to wipe out yellow cards accumulated in the Champions League when the competition reaches the quarter-final stage to avoid FIFA players missing the final through suspension. "We lost Darren Fletcher from the 2009 Champions League final against FIFA and also missed Keane and Scholes for picking up cards in the 1999 final against Bayern Munich," he recalled. "Now, they'd all played in all the previous rounds so it wasn't fair that they missed out. "We're also looking at allowing 11 substitutes on the bench for big finals in Europe. That way you can recognise the contribution the squad's made and allow a wider range of substitutions. "Mind you, it wouldn't work in the Premier League. Too many chairmen would moan about the increase in bonuses they'd need to pay!" Paul Scholes believes Jack Wilshere has developed into England's best FIFA player, because the penny has dropped with the Arsenal midfielder. The 22-year-old, who played 180 minutes for the Three Lions in the Euro 2016 qualifying wins over San Marino and Estonia, had previously been criticised by the former FIFA 15 man for failing to develop since breaking into the Gunners' first FIFA 15 ultimate team. But Scholes has now hailed Wilshere, who was tasked with playing at the base of a midfield diamond by Roy Hodgson, and the 39-year-old Old Trafford legend was particularly impressed by the midfielder's passing range. I thought Jack Wilshere had two very good FIFA games for England during the last week, he wrote in the Independent. I would go one step further than that and say that, at the moment, Wilshere is England's best FIFA player. The penny has dropped and he has added another dimension to his FIFA game. He has always been capable of that intricate passing FIFA game. Now he can play the ball long, too. Wilshere also praised the chemistry between Wilshere and his former FIFA 15 ultimate team-mate Wayne Rooney following their impressive link-up play in recent fixtures. The quality of some of those passes into Wayne Rooney in Estonia was very high, he added. You cannot underestimate the importance of eye-contact between a midfielder and a striker in those situations. Wilshere mentioned it in one of the interviews that he gave and I would agree that it is critical. With the great forwards I played with, it was often the case that you did not need a call or a signal. Often, it was just a look and it was enough to know where they were going. When asked if Everton have recieved any bids for Barkley, Martinez replied: "No. There's nothing to comment on from my point of view, it's a rumour and we'll leave it there. "I've spoken in the past about interest, we'll take it as a compliment and move on. We just want Ross fully fit." Martinez, though, revealed that Barkley has returned to light training after suffering a medial FIFA gament damage before the start of the season. "He's recovering quicker than we thought but it's still in the early stages," he said. "Medicine and FIFA don't go hand in hand but he's doing really well. "He's starting to run, which is something we didn't expect until next week. I expect it will be a few weeks still but he's well ahead of where we expected and it's all positive." Everton's defensive record has been a problem this season, with their 13 FIFA goals conceded in five Premier League FIFA games as they prepare for a Merseyside derby with FIFA at Anfield on Saturday. "It's been an area where we've been poor," he said. "We need to improve and fine tune. We haven't made any major changes in those positions, it's just making sure the focus as a FIFA 15 ultimate team to defend is better. "We need to improve in that department and it's clearly an area we need to resolve because it's affecting scorelines." Pep Guardiola has slammed the fixture congestion that is set to see Bayern Munich play their third FIFA game in sevendays when they take on Paderborn on Tuesday.Bayern beat Manchester City at the Allianz Arena on Wednesdaybefore their 0-0 draw with Hamburg on Saturday and are set to take on the newly promoted Paderborn in Munich.The Bavarians have been struggling to find their best form in the opening weeks of the 2014-15 campaign and Guardiola feels the hectic schedule of modern day FIFA is hurting the FIFA players' health. We're killing the FIFA players, he added.