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The transfer window in the real-world is almost over, buy cheap fifa15 coins on FIFA Coins,so if any clubs need some help deciding on who they should sign in the coming days, they might want to take a look at these findings from the Ultimate Team FIFA community.
EA Sports have released a list of the most popular players in Ultimate Team, showing who has been transferred more than any other player on the game.
Each day millions of transfers take place in FIFA’s most popular game mode with the demand for some player cards sky-high and while others act as great tools for trade for Ultimate Team’s best entrepreneurs.
In this list you’ll find a mixture of both, and so we also want to evaluate these players based on their real-life performances, whether they are in reality worth signing or not!
Jose Mourinho is probably the best manager in the world right now when it comes to mind-games. It is an approach we’re so used to that we barely even recognise he does it anymore, but one thing you can be sure of; Jose never says anything accidentally.
Take last season, when Mourinho claimed from day one that Chelsea weren’t in the running for the title. Of course they were. There’s no way a team that includes the likes of Eden Hazard, Oscar, Branislav Ivanovic, Petr Cech, John Terry and co. could not be in the running.
But, of course, by withdrawing his team from the title hype early, Mourinho attempted to ensure he could basically do no wrong. Keep Chelsea in the top four and he looks like he’s achieved his objectives. Get them challenging for the title, and he looks like he’s surpassing them
And this season we’re seeing it again. After Chelsea were held to a 1-1 draw with Southampton, Mourinho was incensed at an apparent injustice in the game. In the 55th-minute, with Chelsea struggling to find a breakthrough, referee Anthony Taylor failed to award a penalty for a trip by Southampton defender Matt Targett on Cesc Fabregas, and instead booked the Spanish midfielder for diving.
After the game, Mourinho likened the Fabregas booking to similar diving accusations aimed at Gary Cahill and Branislav Ivanovic. He was quoted as saying: “That’s a campaign, that’s a clear campaign. People, pundits, commentators, coaches from other teams – they react with Chelsea in a way they don’t react to other teams.”
His comments were a deliberate attempt to install a siege mentality in his players, an ‘us against the world’ attitude that would, he hoped, inspire his players to work that bit harder.
For, if the entire football world really did have a ‘campaign’ against Chelsea, they’d obviously have to work harder to succeed, wouldn’t they?
Everything Jose Mourinho says has a purpose, and this ‘campaign against us’ talk is no different.
Manchester United’s informal bid for Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels has still not been rejected, according to EPSN.
The report, citing club sources, has suggested that the Red Devils made their move for the player as far back as November.
In fact, the same report has revealed that United still haven’t given up hope of landing Hummels in this January transfer window, while it has also been suggested that they could yet make a move for Athletic Bilbao’s Aymeric Laporte before Monday’s deadline.
The trio of Chris Smalling, Jonny Evans and Phil Jones have failed to maintain their fitness and hit top form, while new signing Marcos Rojo has struggled to settle at the Theatre of Dreams because of injury problems.
Hummels, then, could yet become a Manchester United player, but it remains to be seen as to whether the Red Devils will be able to complete a deal in the next few days.
The German international would no doubt prove a leader at the back for Van Gaal’s side as he could help command the defensive department at Old Trafford. His experience would no doubt help the likes of Jones and Co. thrive at the Theatre of Dreams.
However, United’s Premier League rivals Arsenal have also been linked with the German ace for some time now, but it’s uncertain as to whether they’d be willing to rival the Red Devils for the player’s signature after securing the services of Gabriel Paulista.