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How to become a FIFA 15 Pro !


CHANNEL YOUR INNER VAN GAAL
“You should always tailor your formation based on how your opponent sets up. I’ll always look at my squad and choose the formation and starting XI that suits it best. Sometimes, you also need to be brave enough to select a player from the bench who doesn’t have as high a ranking as someone in the starting line-up, especially if they’re better suited to the formation or strategy you’re facing.”

KEEP POSSESSION, WIN THE GAME
“The most important tip when playing especially if you're a beginner is to keep the ball and retain possession. When you plan your attack, you almost want to provoke your opponent into making a mistake. By that, I mean you want to frustrate them, and pull them out of formation. If you keep the ball constantly, even if you play it back to a defender, your opponent is bound to lose concentration and make a mistake and that’s when you have to strike.”

TRICKS: THEY'RE NOT JUST FOR MESSI
“Skill moves aren't just for show. For example, step-overs can enable you to change direction very quickly, and in certain situations it’s effective and hard to defend against. When you’re playing online at a higher level, skill moves can be very successful. Everyone knows the basics, but when you use skill moves, it gives you an edge that’s less predictable.”

GET TO THE BYLINE
 “Headers in FIFA 15 are nowhere near as powerful as in FIFA 14. That means whipping in high crosses is going to be far less effective than previous games, and will lead to fewer goals no matter who’s on the receiving end. You’ll be better off waiting for midfield runners coming into the box or drifting to the byline and delivering a zippy, low cross which could easily be bundled in off you or a defender.”

DRIFT INSIDE AND CAUSE CHAOS
“When you’ve got fast players, there is a tendency to run down the wings and attack the full backs, but you shouldn't forget that it’s also very difficult to defend when pacy players run straight through the middle. If  you’ve got stars like Arjen Robben, Alexis Sanchez or Angel Di Maria, don’t be afraid to drift inside. You’ll be amazed at the chaos you could end up causing.”

SURPRISE OPPONENTS WITH SHORT FREE KICKS
 “When you’re 20-25 yards from goal, your opponent is usually expecting you to try and curl one in. But if you’re not gifted with a Messi or Ronaldo, it’s hardly worth it. Instead, switch to a two person free kick, poke a short pass through and change the angle for a possible shot or easy pass straight into a striker waiting in the box.”


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