Thursday, 14 July 2016

PES 2017 Looks A Lot Polished and Eventfull Over PES 2016


If you are a PES player, you will find that the goalkeepers in PES 2017 have improved a lot. Colin Campbell from Polygon.com played as Arsenal against a skilled human opponent during E3. There were three different occasions when Petr Cech of Arsenal saved his skin against an onslaught from Fernando Torres.

During one event, the ball received a late deflection from a defender’s knee. Cech made a brilliant save by sticking out his hand. This is something that you would expect from one of the best goalkeepers in the world. During the E3 presentation, a Konami representative showed a graph comparing the average review scores of EA Sports’ FIFA series in addition to Konami’s PES series.

Last year, PES 2016 received better reviews than its FIFA counterpart for the first time. PES doesn’t have FIFA’s depth of licenses and at the same time, it releases a lot of backdated data. Konami promised that the new game would release during fall, and it won’t include any repeats. There were four teams involved in this year’s demo.

They are Atletico Madrid, France, Germany and Arsenal. According to the choices, players will again play with real Champions League along with some international teams, including a few others as well. There were generic sides filling in for various unlicensed clubs. This is not an issue for some people, especially those gamers who prefer PES mechanics.

However, it is clear that the absence of a real team hurts this excellent soccer simulation. Konami arrived in E3 with a lot of buzzwords regarding its new game. It is built on Fox Engine. This year, Control Reality is their marketing phrase. This means that the game includes a host of fixes and tweaks that will favor the faithful fans of PES.

Moreover, the first touch has been reworked which allows players to create more space away from the opponents. At the same time, they don’t have to rely entirely on strength or speed. The precision passes have a nice weighty feel as well.

Konami made a lot of improvements regarding how stadiums and players look along with highly-detailed light effects. A Konami spokesperson revealed that every year, they come to know a lot about the engine.

However, such improvements are more revolutionary than iterative. One can manage team tactics on the fly, with pressing, defensive, all-out-attack and short passing. The game includes a rapid movement style called tiki-taka as well.

You can find it all on the menu. According to Konami, AI opponents are more adaptive as well. Referees are more alert towards late tackles and rough play. The stats systems have received a lot of changes, including extra tactical info on the play-styles of opponents.

With the new transfer system, you gain more access to the highest desired players during the Build-Your-Own-Team mode in MyClub. The Transfer Deadline Day has been slowed down as well. Players now have a better chance of bagging their favorites.

Managers in the real world would love this approach. The game will release on Windows PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360.

Konami sent out a press release on Tuesday, revealing the release dates of PES 2017, for various regions and consoles. The PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game will cost $59.99. The PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game will cost 39.99 dollars.

North America will witness the launch of this game on 13th September and in the United Kingdom on 15th September. We have no idea when this game will release in South America and other parts of the world.

However, 13th September is a pretty busy day when it comes to game releases. F1 2016 is releasing on 19th August, followed by Madden NFL Football on 23rd August. On 30th August, Asseto Corsa will release. Nascar Heat Revolution will release on 13th September along with NHL 2016.

FIFA 16 releases on 27th September and this means that PES 2017 will enjoy a two-week jump before FIFA’s release. PES gained a lot of popularity over FIFA in the past two years. People who are hungry for a football simulation title will enjoy this early release for PES 2017.

In the meantime, Konami released a lot of information about its upcoming title. In MyClub, Scouts are more readily available so that you can find the player you need with the help of the Auction House.

In the auction house, players can also bid for scouts. PES 2017 also has a brand new player analysis tool through which you can discover where your players are most effective or weakest. At the same time, you will grasp various tactical changes that can be made to the MyClub lineup.

Both PES 2016 and 2015 won Gamescom Game of the Year awards due to which the anticipation is pretty high for PES 2017.

Saturday, 9 July 2016

Valencia 16-17 Home & Away Kits Released

Entering its third season as Valencia shirt supplier, Adidas today launched two new Valencia kits this summer. The new Valencia 16-17 home and away shirts prominently feature orange trim in a move that is sure to please the fans of Los Che.


Adidas became Valencia kit supplier in 2014, signing an initial five-year contract. Although this deal won't run out until the end of the 2018-19 season, it was recently reported that the club has an option to cancel it preliminary and that Under Armour would be in pole position to become Valencia's shirt sponsor from 2017-18.


Valencia 16-17 Home Kit

This is the new Valencia home shirt by Adidas.


After this seasons's Valencia jersey brought a very low-key design in only black and white, the new Valencia 16-17 home kit prominently features orange detailing to complement the traditionally white base.

Adidas utilizes a very bold color called "Solar Orange" for crew-neck collar, as well as the lateral Adidas stripes and the sleeve cuffs. Both the collar and the sleeve cuffs of the new Valencia 2016-17 shirt also feature black trim, resulting in a very balanced and clean look overall.






Black shorts and white socks, both with accents in orange, complete the Valencia 2016-2017 home kit.


Valencia 16-17 Away Kit

This is the new Valencia 2016-17 away jersey.



 Not only is orange used as secondary color on the new home shirt, it also features prominently on the predominantly black Valencia away jersey, for example in the form of piping on the inside of the neck, the sleeve cuffs and the laterally positioned Adidas stripes.

Additionally, the new Valencia 16-17 away shirt boasts subtle striping on the front and a traditional henley collar.






The shorts of the Valencia 2016-17 away kit are orange and the socks are black.

Do you like the new Valencia 16-17 home and away kits? Drop us a line below.






Napoli 16-17 Home Kit Released

SSC Napoli and jersey supplier Kappa this morning made the club the next on unveil its new home kit for the upcoming season. Introducing a third sponsor next to Lete and Garofalo in Kimbo, the new Napoli 16-17 home kit introduces a clean look.


Napoli 16-17 Home Kit

This is the new Napoli 2016-2017 home jersey.



 The new Napoli 2016-17 shirt is completely sky blue, with a classic collar and the Kappa's iconic branding on the chest and both sleeves.

Do you like the new Napoli 16-17 kit? Let us know in the comments below.

Black Nike Magista Obra II 2016 Boots Leaked

The second generation of the Nike Magista Obra football boots introduces a totally new upper and sole plate design. The black and orange Nike Magista Obra 2016-2017 football boots are expected to be released this weekend, together with the 'Volt' launch colorway.

The likes of Mario G├Âtze, Blaise Matuidi and David Luiz will unfortunately not wear the black Nike Magista Obra 2 football boots and instead opt for the yellow and grey colors. For those who prefer a traditionally shaped sockliner, Nike will also unveil a Nike Magista Opus 2 boot in the same color.


Nike Magista Obra II - Black / Total Crimson

This is the black and orange Nike Magista Obra 2016-2017 football boot.

The 'blackout' Nike Magista Obra 2016-2017 boot colorway forms part of the Nike's Pitch Dark collection and combines a black base with orange for the outlined Swooshes on the rear area and the instep of the boots. On the heel area is the Magista branding, also orange. The black outsole of the Nike Magista Obra 2 boots comes with an orange Swoosh, while three of the four triangular studs in the forefoot area are orange to stand out.

 Generally, the black and orange Nike Magista Obra 2 soccer boots combine a heightened collar with a knitted Flyknit upper for a sock-like fit. They are made for the create midfielder and are engineered to offer unrivaled comfort, ball touch and agility.

Albeit similarly shaped as the first-generation Nike Magista Obra soccer boot, the Nike Magista Obra II cleats introduce an all-new 'Ball Texture' grip pattern, mostly in the front part of the shoe. The new Nike Magista Obra II cleats also include a thin layer of NikeSkin on top of the knitted structure to optimize performance under all conditions.
The external heel counter known from the previous generation was removed, with the Nike Magista Obra II 2016 boots featuring an internal solution instead. The sole plate of the Nike Magista Obra 2 football cleats, identical to that of the Nike Magista Opus II, introduces a new stud layout which sees a number of bladed studs added to the mix. Aligned in a circle, they echo the look of plate of the discontinued Nike CTR360 cleats.


The black and orange Nike Magista Obra II 2016-2017 boots are expected to be released together with the utterly bold launch colorway this weekend. The new 'Black & Total Crimson' Nike Magista Obra II football boots retail at $300 (€300).

What do you think of the black Dark Pitch Nike Magista Obra II 2016 boots? Let us know in the comments below.



Real Madrid 16-17 Home Kit Leaked + Release Date Revealed

Real Madrid yesterday revealed that the new Real Madrid 2016-17 home, away and goalkeeper jerseys will be released on July 14.

 In a quest to celebrate the club's rich history and strong roots, the Real Madrid 16-17 home kit boasts a very traditional design in white and blue, one of the most iconic alternative colors of Los Merengues. It is set to be launched shortly.


Real Madrid 16-17 Home Kit

This is the classy new Real Madrid 16-17 jersey.

 Made by Adidas, the Real Madrid 2016-2017 kit boasts a very classy and traditional design, inspired by the very first shirts worn by Los Blancos in the early 1900s. A white base (officially Crystal White) is combined with subdued accents in a purplish blue (Ray Purple).





A traditional polo collar with blue trim rounds off the look of the Real Madrid 2016-17 home kit, which is combined with shorts and socks of the same style. The outer back of the collar of the Real Madrid 16-17 jersey reads the club name in a subtle manner.



 The new Adidas Real Madrid home shirt stands in stark contrast to the last few Real Madrid home kits which featured bold new accent colors for the most part. The last Real Madrid kit to boast purple as secondary color was the 2007-08 Real Madrid home kit.




 Do you like the traditional Real Madrid 16-17 home kit? Let us know in the comments below.

Puma Buffon V-Konstrukt 2006 World Cup Goalkeeper Gloves Remakes Released

Puma today re-launched the 2006 World Cup goalkeeper gloves to honor the 10-years anniversary of Italy's 2006 World Cup title. The special Puma Buffon V-Konstrukt 2006 World Cup keeper gloves remakes boast a stunning design in gold, navy and white.



Puma Buffon V-Konstrukt 2006 World Cup Goalkeeper Gloves Remakes - Gold / Navy / White

These are the remakes of Buffon's 2006 World Cup keeper gloves (pictures via Puma and futbolemotion)





Not only resembling the look of Buffon's 2006 World Cup gloves, the Puma Buffon V-Konstrukt 2006 World Cup gloves remakes are even technically exactly the same as the gloves designed 10 years ago exclusively for Italy's number 1. Combining the main colors gold, navy and white, the glove remakes feature 4mm Ultimate Grip latex and the identical closure system in the inside of the wrist.


 The Puma Buffon V-Konstrukt 2006 World Cup Goalkeeper Gloves Remakes are already available as limited edition, retailing at 110 Euro.




What do you think of the golden, white and navy Puma Buffon V-Konstrukt 2006 World Cup Goalkeeper Gloves Remakes? Let us know in the comments below, and also check out the leaked Puma Italy 2006 World Cup tribute kit.

Barcelona 16-17 Goalkeeper Kits Revealed

Barcelona's goalkeepers will wear a classy black kit next season, accentuated with subtle splashes of purple and Volt. The Nike FC Barcelona 16-17 goalkeeper away kit is green with Volt trim.

Barcelona 16-17 Goalkeeper Kit

This is the new FC Barcelona 2016-17 goalkeeper home shirt.

 Based on the same template as all other 2016-2017 goalkeeper shirts by Nike, the Barcelona 16-17 keeper jersey is predominantly black. The understated base of the Barcelona 16-17 goalkeeper kit is combined with purple striping on the sleeves and a Volt-colored Swoosh on the chest. Just like the other Barcelona 16-17 kits, the new goalkeeper shirt comes without any sponsor on the front (for now).


Barcelona 16-17 Goalkeeper Away Kit

This is the new Nike Barcelona 2016-2017 goalkeeper away jersey.



 Based on the same template, the Barcelona 2016-17 goalkeeper away shirt is green with a yellow Nike Swoosh.

Do you like the new Barcelona 16-17 goalkeeper kits? Let us know in the comments below.

Adidas Messi 16+ PureAgility Boost Boots Leaked

Adidas will in the next days launch the first indoor edition of the quasi-laceless Adidas Messi 16+ PureAgility boots. Boasting the same blue colorway as the Speed of Light Pack Adidas Messi 16+ PureAgility cleats, the new Adidas Messi 16+ PureAgility Boost indoor soccer shoes are expected to be released in mid-July.



Adidas Messi 16+ PureAgility Street - Shock Blue / Matte Silver / Black

This image shows the totally new Adidas Messi PureAgility 2016 indoor football boots.

Forming part of the brand's new Speed of Light Pack, the new Adidas Messi 16+ PureAgility soccer shoes are predominantly Shock Blue with silver Adidas stripes on the outstep. Unlike on the outdoor version, the Adidas Messi 16+ PureAgility indoor football shoes feature a black techfit collar and a black heel strap, while the sole plate is also mainly black, with a white Boost midsole unit.



 Tech-wise, the all-new Adidas Messi PureAgility 2016 indoor boots bring the lace-cover concept of the outdoor variant to the small-sided game and the indoor courts. They have an Agilityknit upper that aims to provide a sock-like fit and improved lockdown compared to the Adidas Messi 2015 boots.


Adidas decided to use its prime cushioning system, Boost, to go with the high-tech upper construction, designed to offer responsive and lightweight pressure absorption.




Compared to the $300 expensive outdoor version, the totally new Adidas Messi PureAgility indoor boots retail at a mere $150 (€150).

Do you like the Adidas Messi 16+ PureAgility indoor soccer boots? Drop us a line below.

Barcelona to Renew with Qatar Airways for One Year, Amazon to Join from 2017-18?

Following up on the initial reports about FC Barcelona negotiating with Amazon over a possible sponsorship deal, both Mundo Deportivo and Sport yesterday stated that it looks most likely that the club will renew with previous sponsor Qatar Airways for another season, before Amazon could join from the 2017-18 season.

 Additionally, Mundo Deportivo claims that the 'new' deal with Qatar Airways would be worth far below the initially reported €65 million per year, but would in turn not include the Barcelona training jerseys anymore.

Either way, we should find out soon as an official announcement is expected before the first pre-season friendly, against Celtic on July 30. Read out initial story below:

Amazon could become FC Barcelona's new shirt sponsor according to usually well informed Catalan radio station RAC1. The new FC Barcelona 2016-17 shirt sponsor deal is expected to be announced within two weeks.




Amazon And Qatar Airways Last Remaining Candidates to Sponsor 2016-17 Kits

Barcelona kit with Amazon as main sponsor.


RAC reports that the club hopes that the new Barcelona shirt sponsor deal can be announced before the first friendly of the pre-season against Celtic on June 30. The radio station also reports that Amazon and Qatar Airways are the only remaining options after Japanese-based retailer Rakuten opted out to be their new shirt sponsor.

However, as reported from RAC1, the figures being considered in the case of the US multinational are still far from the 65 million euros proposed by the president Josep Maria Bartomeu, and it still seems more likely that Qatar Airways will be on the front of the Barcelona 2016-2017 kits in the end.

What do you think of the potential Amazon and FC Barcelona kit sponsorship deal? Let us know in the comments below.

Thursday, 7 July 2016

WILL GRIGGS chant in DJ


SONG LYRICS:-
He'll score more and more,
He'll score more and more,
He'll score more and more,
He'll score more and more,


And thats what we signed him fire
Will Griggs on fire, your defence is terrified,
Will Griggs on fire, your defence is terrified,
Will Griggs on fire, your defence is terrified,
Will Griggs on fire
Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na... 


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MANCHESTER CITY CHANT





Song Lyrics:

Oh Man City,
The only football team in all of Manchester,
Oh Man City,
The only football team in all of Manchester...

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Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Miss BumBum Tries Luring Messi To Reconsider His Retirement, Goes Viral!

If you are not asleep under a rock or facing time in prison, you’d know that Lionel Messi missed the opening penalty in the Copa America final and lost against Chile. The world empathized when a reasonably upset Messi announced his retirement from International football, claiming he couldn’t be a champion with Argentina despite trying hard three times as a captain.
Argentine fans were begging for Messi to suspend his plans of retiring and one such name, Suzy Cortez, is trending because of similar reasons.

The Brazilian, who also won Brazil’s bum of the year award, posted a couple of pictures on instagram asking him not to retire as he was her favourite.
It reads: "The Argentinian genius who plays for my Barcelona is full of character and humility which is somewhat different to the Brazilian team. Don't go Lio. Come on Barca."

 Not so sure whether Messi will re-consider a decision this big after looking at some pictures of Cortez but the other fans are certainly drooling and hoping that, this better work if not anything else.


She posted the second picture with the caption “If you don’t like the first post, enjoy the second”, since many fans complained about her missing rear in the first picture.
For those who are wondering, she indeed is a Barcelona fan! She posted another couple of pictures on the eve of Messi’s 29th Birthday!

Doesn’t the title ‘Miss BumBum’ suit her perfectly?

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