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Due to the random selection, fifa fans that with over 2000 games played might not access to the fifa 16 beta. Now as the beta availability has been lasted for some days, we can get some players’ pitch experience and see how fifa 16 will work. Apart from that, EA also mentioned a problem that targets the PS4 edition, as the download of the game is at risk of being corrupted due to the console’s rest mode feature.

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FIFA investigate recent allegations of corruption have also questioned the integrity of the bidding for 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

Football the legislature faces further embarrassment after his former secretary general was charged with identify the current executive committee was open to corruption.

Committee members Amos Adamu of Nigeria and the Oceania representative Reynald Temarii of Tahiti has been temporarily suspended until a second hearing on ethics next month, along with four other FIFA officials.

Britain ‘s Sunday Times newspaper, which provided evidence that led to this decision after an undercover investigation was released secretly filmed video of Michel Zen-Ruffinen… Continue reading

The much anticipated BBC documentary detailing the probe into FIFA’s handling of World Cup bids was finally aired, with some unsurprisingly surprising results: they’re quite dirty.

The man running the show is the rather infamous Andrew Jennings, who earned his fame by running afoul of FIFA, writing a book on their dabblings on the wrong side of integrity.

Though informative, unfortunately we can only assume nothing will change, as this is FIFA, and FIFA’s been doing whatever it wants for years.

Still, however, a good watch.

[Via 101 Great Goals]

The clock is tumbling down on the World Cup 2018/2022 bid process, now at less than 48 hours. If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve probably heard every rumor imaginable, and that everyone outside of The Betherlands (a portmanteau seemingly too good to pass up – even Nelgium works – but they will) and South Korea (which will be placated by the 2018 Winter Olympics), has been tipped to receive the tournament.

However, a key piece of info has arisen:

England and the U.S. are the only countries bidding to host the World Cup in 2018 and 2022 that can meet… Continue reading

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