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my favorite mode is FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Coins

Career Mode is one of my favorite mode is FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Coins. Because I can pick my own players and train them by myself as a manager. And in the near future, maybe these players trained by me would be real superstars. That makes me cordial. And in Career Mode, there are richest clubs for the big spenders who enjoy the game. 1. Paris Saint-Germain. For the biggest spenders on the game, PSG will be the most attractive career club. However, with little challenge in the French league, championships year in, year out will be easy, so the chances of becoming bored with the career quickly becomes a higher possibility. But the squad will need improvement as PSG do not have the strongest overall squad. 2. No surprise, Real Madrid are one of the top budgets. They spend tons of money building their “Galacticos” or as close as they can too it and now have arguably the strongest squad in the world of football. Their attacking line is phenomenal and the midfield is even better and included strength in depth, with two World Cup winners from the summer. 3. Barcelona. New head coach Luis Enrique made impressive additions to the Barcelona squad, and with a large budget, you can easily further improve. With the attack they have, including the highest rated player in the game and the fact they now have two strong goalkeepers, improvements in them areas are not required. In midfield they have aging players and in defence they are not the strongest, so signings in them areas could be the better buys. 4. Manchester City. The top four are difficult to talk too much about, as the squads are already strong and well rounded. A large budget, no doubt with an attractive wage limit, but it is difficult to pinpoint any area of the squad that needs improving. Based on your playing style or preferred formation you may have targets, but other than that, City’s squad is fantastic. 5. AS Monaco. The biggest spending French side still have an impressive budget to work with, but this year it is very much required. The loss of both Radamel Falcao and James Rodriguez has left a serious dent in the Monaco squad. Players of that ability will not be easily replaced, so bringing in younger players may be the better option. Then it is hard for you to make a choice. The squads are differ from each. However, you need to know your play style and then you can choose the proper squad. Good luck.

A new look Fifa Coins Cameroon team

A new look Fifa Coins Cameroon team continued a great start to 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying by thrashing star-stacked C?te d'Ivoire 4-1 in Yaounde.

Clinton N'Jie and Vincent Aboubakar scored twice each for the Indomitable Lions with reigning African Footballer of the Year Yaya Toure on target for the Elephants. Cameroon, Algeria, Congo Brazzaville, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde Islands, Senegal and Tunisia achieved back-to-back victories while Egypt are in trouble after successive defeats.

Defending champions Nigeria maintained their record of never losing nor conceding a goal against South Africa in a competitive match by forcing a 0-0 Cape Town stalemate. It was a crucial away point for the Super Eagles after a stunning home defeat by Congo last Saturday.

Algeria snatched a 1-0 win over Mali in Blida, Congo defeated Sudan 2-0 in Pointe-Noire, Burkina Faso romped to a 3-0 win over Angola in Luanda and Cape Verde edged 2012 champions Zambia 2-1 in Praia. Senegal triumphed 2-0 over Botswana in Gaborone and Tunisia beat record seven-time champions Egypt 1-0 in Cairo, leaving the pointless Pharaohs bottom of Group G.

Cameroon opened their Group D campaign with a 2-0 victory in the Democratic Republic of Congo last Saturday and have a three-point lead after two matchdays. The Congolese bounced back to overcome Sierra Leone 2-0 in Lubumbashi and share second place with the Ivorians on three points. Sierra Leone, forced to play a home fixture in DR Congo because of the Ebola crisis, are pointless having lost in C?te d'Ivoire four days ago.

Germany-born Cameroon coach Volker Finke recently axed 13 of the FIFA World Cup? squad that fared poorly in Brazil three months ago, including talisman Samuel Eto'o.

Record four-time African Footballer of the Year Eto'o retired from international football a week later, and young stars N'Jie and Aboubakar have taken up the mantle. They have scored three goals each in two qualifiers and both came close to hat-tricks against an Ivorian side lucky to escape with only a three-goal defeat at Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo.

Cameroon had a goal disallowed, struck the woodwork and came close to scoring several other times in a display reminiscent of the great Lions teams that won the African title four times. A deflection off a defender helped N'Jie put Cameroon ahead on 15 minutes only for Toure to level ten minutes later when he slid in to convert a cross.

Aboubakar intercepted a headed back-pass to fire past veteran goalkeeper Boubacar Barry and give the home team a 2-1 half-time lead. A loose ball was hammered home by Aboubakar on 54 minutes and he set up N'Jie to score with an unstoppable close-range shot 14 minutes from time.

Ghana edge Togo on road

Christian Atsu netted five minutes from time to earn Ghana a 3-2 away victory over Togo after a see-saw west African derby.

Jonathan Ayite gave Togo an early lead, then headed goals from Asamoah Gyan and Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu put Ghana in front by half-time. Tottenham Hotspur striker Emmanuel Adebayor equalised 13 minutes from time and Atsu won the match with a low shot from outside the box. Victory for Ghana after a disappointing home draw with Uganda relieved pressure on coach Kwesi Appiah amid media speculation that a defeat would have seen him fired.

Burkina Faso, runners-up to Nigeria in the 2013 Cup of Nations final, triumphed 3-0 thanks to a brace from Jonathan Pitroipa after Aristide Bance had opened the scoring.

Atusaye Nyondo bagged a brace as Malawi edged Ethiopia 3-2 in a Blantyre battle of Group B teams who lost their opening matches to Mali and Algeria respectively.