What do you want on FIFA 16

FIFA 16, suggestions,

My brother plays FIFA 15 everyday which spending most of his free time, because FIFA is really an interesting sport game. To be honest, i don’t think it is a perfect game. There are many things that can be improved on, it could be better.

Development for FIFA 16 on the XBOX One, PlayStation 4, XBOX 360, PlayStation 3, and PC has already started but the game won’t be finished for a long time. This is your chance to post your best ideas for FIFA 16 while there is still enough time for your suggestions to be heard by the developers.

What was missing from FIFA 15? What new features do you want to see in FIFA 16? Maybe improved gameplay? Is there a change you’d like to see made to FIFA 16 Ultimate Team? Any special requests for clubs? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Just write everything you want to change, and we will collect some suggestions useful late.

Some players you can choose to open up wasteland

It’s certain that Ultimate Team is the most grateful mode on FIFA 15, which we can  build our own dream team as we want. We need to buy a cheap players for a good beginning at first. These players below are valuable to buy in my opinion.


Since I start ed FIFA 14, I liked this striker, Palacio. That he became common card from gold card means his price is lower. Compared with other strikers with 4K, his dribbling is quite good. HM and 85 Pace can allows you to find it. To ignore his Physical, he has no other obvious shortcomings.

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Jackson Martinez

Martinez has 85 Physical, to make him be a striker with the best cost performance. Although EA weakened his pace, his tough body is beneficial to players of opening wasteland. The only drawback is that he always shoot toward to the goal.

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Emenike is a black and hard striker with great speed. The key attributes is Shoot, finishing his Workrate is High / Low. Emenike is very suitable as a single striker.

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In land reclamation period, Doumbia is a striker with the best shooting. He can break, defend, pass and shoot. He also has 93 speed. If he joins the top five leagues, his price will go up many times.

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If you can’t afford Lewandowski or ST Muller in Bundesliga Lewandowski, Ramos is the first choice, the Bundesliga players choose him who is the first player for score.

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Each league will have a super effective striker. In Serie A, Ibarbo is such a player. Either strong Tevez or Higuain is not good as Ibarbo at the beginning. The only drawback is his bad Finish. His shooting several times exchange for a nice goal.

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Beginning with a good player can help you to have an enjoyable game experience, and you can be a hard-core gamers in game.


Let’s talk about the end FIFA game, guys.

We can find out some reasons that EA Sport are allowing this to continue easily. These three points is the most important, which we will discuss late.

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1.) They have no means of stopping coin generators.

2.) They don’t care, that is, they don’t care about the loss in profits from people spending money on coins rather than FP.

3.) It benefits them in a way unbeknownst to us (or to me at the very least).

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Obviously No.1 is the more likely (or at least innocent on their behalf) reason for it but what do you think will be the future? If coin generating continues at the current rate then surely there’ll simply be too many coins on the market for any drop in prices. If people can buy 1 millions coins for a couple of pounds then prices of players will forever be ridiculously inflated.

The game risks being broken long before TOTS comes out and there is any potential for a crash, with many players being worth 15 million fifa coins. If it’s possible to buy 15 million coins for 30 pound in the future then some players will simply cease to be attainable in the game.

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I think EA Sport must do something useful to stop that, or FUT will be going to break in a few month late. Do you agree with me?

Thoughts of FIFA 15 players about third patch

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Here comes FIFA 15’s third patch last week when updating, repairing some issues and adding something new . Below are FIFA 15 players thoughts on this upgrade.

They should fix ground through balls. You lightly tap “Y” and the ball goes flying past the guy you want to pass too and right in the keepers hands. – Shantmaster_K

Did they fix the +5 attribute glitch in Clubs? – Phrase_Universe

Game is still broken, 12 minutes into online game and disconnect which equals loss. Only seems to happen during the day, how can a company as big as EA not afford decent servers! Game has been out awhile now and this issue has still not been fixed… Pathetic – the_engineer_

Player on recently ascended teams don’t have the faces they said they would have on my ps4. Any one else have this problem? – jonhuerta

No amount of patches with fix up this pile of s.h.i.t. Get playing a real soccer sim with pes 2015, superlative on manual. It’s plays a fantastic game of football against the computer AI, against another human incredible. It’s just mind blowing how good this play. – sgmullins

I was hoping they would address the 20+ mostly perfect slide tackles a match from the CPU defense, especially on World Class and higher. – nommo210

When will they fix the way players keep falling over when even team mates slighty touch them. Its really stupid how often it happends and very annoying. – DeKuip

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What’s your opinion about this third patch? like or do not like?

Top 10 players of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team

New seasons of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team is coming. There are something different in top 10 players ranking, someone players up and others down. Following is a list of the top 10 best footballers we have compiled when new Ultimate Team mode comes.

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1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid/Portugal)
Pos: LW; Overall Rating: 92; Average Price: 3,000,000-4,500,000C

Once again, Cristiano Ronaldo pips his great rival to the top spot when it comes to the best player in FIFA. Despite having a slight disadvantage when it comes to the overall rating when matched up against Messi, the Portuguese maestro possesses something that makes him the top choice among Ultimate Team aficionados – physicality. With greater height, jumping and strength than Messi, he is a better option for more varied attacking options and also defending against set-pieces. And it goes without saying that his attacking qualities – shooting, dribbling, pace, passing etc. – are all among the best in the game. The best in the world for the 2013-2014 season is also the best FIFA Ultimate Team player.

2. Lionel Messi (Barcelona/Argentina)
Pos: CF; Overall Rating: 93; Average Price: 2,500,000-3,500,000C

Regardless of being the leading candidate when it comes to being the best footballer of his generation, Lionel Messi only finds himself at #2 in this particular list. His diminutive size hampers his effectiveness aerially both in attack and defence – but that is pretty much the only negative you can hold against him. It goes without saying that he is the best combination of finishing, dribbling, acceleration, vision, control, and passing the game has to offer. You’d either have to get very lucky with purchasing a player pack or spend a small fortune to obtain the magician that is Messi, but he is certainly worth it for the ardent Ultimate Team gamer.

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3. Arjen Robben (FC Bayern/Germany)
Pos: RM; Overall Rating: 90; Average Price: 480,000-700,000C

The best combination of pace and dribbling ability for the right side of midfield, Arjen Robben is a popular choice among many Ultimate Team players because of this. But the World Cup hero is not just about silky dribbling skills and almost unparalleled speed; Robben is also a clinical finisher both in and outside the area. All of this combined with his excellent creativity and passing skills make Robben one of the very best players in FIFA 15. In fact, he is only topped by two of the greatest footballers to ever play the game in our opinion!

4. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (PSG/Sweden)
Pos: ST; Overall Rating: 90; Average Price: 650,000-850,000C

A popular figure among the footballing fraternity thanks to both his ability and unwavering confidence, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is only behind Messi and Ronaldo as being the highest overall rated player in FIFA 15. Whilst not the fastest of players, the Swedish star, at 6’4” and with lofty strength stats, is an imposing figure for all defences to face. Not only is he a great finisher both aerially and on the ground, he is ideal to play off and be a great hold-up striker for any side.

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5. Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid/Spain)
Pos: CB; Overall Rating: 87; Average Price: 130,000-200,000C

There aren’t many central defenders that have great pace to go with world class defensive ability. Sergio Ramos, however, is one such exception – to the point where is arguably the best centre back in FIFA 15 for Ultimate Team. Along with a level of pace that keeps in the chase with even the fastest of players, the Real Madrid legend is a dependable force at the back. Ramos’ great heading ability, strength and size also ensures he is a danger for every set-piece.

6. Luis Suarez (Barcelona/Uruguay)
Pos: ST; Overall Rating: 89; Average Price: 550,000-670,000C

Controversy always follows Luis Suarez wherever he goes, but one thing is for certain: he is one of the best footballers in the world today. In terms of FIFA 15, he is one of the very best out-and-out strikers you can choose from. Whilst he isn’t the quickest of all the options, he still has enough pace to get in behind defences whilst his finishing stats are deadly. The infamous Uruguayan also has the creativity and vision that makes him an ideal option as a striker for others to play off, where he can assist his teammates and provide a plethora of opportunities.

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7. Gareth Bale (Real Madrid/Wales)
Pos: RM; Overall Rating: 87; Average Price: 550,000-750,000C

If you want acceleration, then look no further than Gareth Bale. Generally recognized as one of the fastest players in the world along with the footballing ability to go with it, the Welsh wizard is one of the most popular options for FIFA 15 players. He has great versatility, where his past roots in defence help when tracking back if needed, whilst he has the creativity and finishing to be a potent option up top. Sadly, with his fellow countrymen not at the same lofty plateau he resides on, building an all-Welsh side for international games is not the wisest of choices. Other than that, Bale is a fantastic option for your team – as long as you have the financial resources, of course.

8. Yaya Toure (Man City/Ivory Coast)
Pos: CM; Overall Rating: 86; Average Price: 200,000-300,000C

Whilst there are central midfielders in FIFA 15 that, individually, offer either better dribbling, shooting or passing ability, none match the all-round ability, coupled with almost unparalleled physical presence for the position, that Yaya Toure provides. Although he isn’t the fastest player, central midfield is perhaps the best position to get away with such a thing, and Toure more than makes up for it in other areas. Boundless stamina, along with great passing and shooting abilities, all combine with his physicality to make him an imposing figure in the middle of the park.

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9. Manuel Neuer (FC Bayern/Germany)
Pos: GK; Overall Rating: 90; Average Price: 220,000-300,000C

As attacking players are the main focus of any Ultimate Team, defensive players – especially goalkeepers – can be overlooked. But having a dependable last line of defence between the sticks could be the difference between winning or losing, and goalies in FIFA 15 don’t come any better than Manuel Neuer. The imposing stopper, one of the most integral parts to Germany’s success at the 2014 World Cup, is one of the highest rated keepers in FIFA history – making sure he is one of the hottest properties in Ultimate Team and a must-buy for those with the coins to spare.

10. Jordi Alba (Barcelona/Spain)
Pos: LB; Overall Rating: 81; Average Price: 14,000-18,000C

Whether in attack or defence, the most important stat for an outfield player is pace. After all, you don’t want to be left wanting when competing against another team that is loaded with the fastest footballers in FIFA. When it comes to defe

nce, fast players for these positions come at a premium. Arguably the best speedster for the left back position is Jordi Alba. Along with some of the best pace stats in the game, the diminutive Spaniard is also a good all-rounder when it comes to defending and attacking. And in comparison to other players on this list, Alba is a steal at his current going rate.

Tips of Ultimate Team on FIFA 15

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The seasons of upgrading FIFA 15 Ultimate Team is coming, but do you know exactly how to do with it? These tips following can help you in deed.

Q: How are players upgraded on FIFA 15 Ultimate Team?
A: Different to what happens on other game modes, the players aren’t automatically updated throughout the season according to their appearances in real life. Some may receive In Form cards, but most players remain with the characteristics they were given at the start of the season. In Ultimate Team, upgrades are made through the release of new cards in determined periods.

Q: What happens exactly if a player receives a Winter upgrade?
A: When a player is upgraded, the cards that start coming in packs have got the new ratings and attributes according to their performance on the real life pitch.

Q: Can a player change categories if he is upgraded enough for that to happen?
A: Yes. As long as the upgrade gives him enough points for that, a player’s NIF card can go from bronze to silver or from silver to gold. The IF cards never change category, though.

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Q: Why are there some In Form cards that didn’t receive an upgrade although their NIF did?
A: All the gold players that receive upgrades and have got IF cards will have those IF cards upgraded as well. However, not all bronze and silver players’ IF cards are upgraded. The player’s IF card is only upgraded along the old card if his UP card is of the same category as that one.

Q: Why wasn’t a certain player’s IF card upgraded if his NIF and UP were of the same category?
A: Probably because that IF card already had the maximum rating for its category: 64 or 74.

Q: When is it upgrade season on FIFA 15?
A: There are two upgrade seasons throughout the game: Summer and Winter upgrades. The first one happens within the transition of one FIFA to another looking to reflect the player’s evolution between two seasons. The second one, in February / March, rewards the players who stood out the most along the first half of the season with the release of new (improved) cards.

Q: If I have a card of a player that is to receive an upgrade, will this card get upgraded?
A: No. It remains exactly the same, with the original rating and attributes that were defined initially in the game.

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Q: If I have an In Form card of a player that is to receive an upgrade, will this card get upgraded?
A: Yes. Different to what happens with the NIF cards, the IF cards released before the upgrades will be upgraded in the same proportion as those (but automatically) except if there’s already been a category change within the UP card attribution.

Q: What’s the reason for there to be this exception?
A: According to EA, this is so “the IF card’s value and bronze/silver squads are not negatively affected”.


You can play the FIFA on a taxi in Chile now

To entertain more passengers, a Chilean taxi company and Microsoft mount Xbox One on the taxi, which is a great ideal. How amazing it is!

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The games available are FIFA 2015, Killer Instinct, and the last two exclusive versions for Xbox One, Sunset Overdrive 2 and Forza Horizon.

The stations mounted on the taxi company Taxi Easy come with two headsets, two joysticks, Go-Pro, to make the trip even more fun in two.

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Passengers will not want to leave the car, because playing the FIFA 15 on a car is an
enjoyble experience which never have before.

Some disasters in FIFA’s development

We all know that FIFA was accused of it’s terribel updating and transfering, and  whether or not it’s entirely a debate that FIFA’s creation all on it’s own. EA Sports overhauls major system to deal with the probiems they meet, but it still seems like more or less the same game as the year before’s.This is what we will discuss later.

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I can’t tell you exactly what the commentator’s saying, but I can tell you I’ve heard it before.
One of the most consistent parts of the FIFA series, at least in English, is the constant commentary of Martin Tyler and Alan Smith — who have co-commentated the club-level matches in the series since 2012. The commentary since then has expanded, bit by bit, but has still remained the same at the core, sometimes frustratingly so.

Repeat offenders in the series will recognise commentary immediately, and within two or three matches will be settled into the same, constant motion they had in the game before, and the game before that. It’s not the first time EA Sports has chosen to use the same commentary team repeatedly — Martin Tyler and Andy Gray took the reins from 2006 to 2011, and Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend have commentated on international matches in the FIFA series since the licensed 2010 FIFA World Cup game.

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Stadiums, broadcasts and licensing
You can practically hear the crowd’s disappointment when he slips.
This may seem like a very broad topic, and it is, but these link quite intricately. A large part of the audience buying and playing the FIFA games are dedicated football supporters — supporters familiar with players, kits, stadiums and what a football match looks like when broadcasted live.

One of the most iconic scenes in the sporting world is that of a full football stadium, like Borussia Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park or Manchester United’s Old Trafford, filled to the brim with fans cheering their team on and singing their songs. What EA Sports have accomplished very well is recreating the atmosphere of a live match day broadcast, and one of the reasons for that is the painstaking effort they’ve gone to in order to secure licensing for their game.

Take a Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Liverpool at Anfield, for example: The commentary will be focused on the historical rivalry between the two sides, the interface around the screen will be the same, Barclays-branded and themed scoreboard seen on television, and the stadium would echo that of a real-world stadium, both aesthetically and audibly. Further than that, however, Liverpool supporters will jeer Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney when he’s on the ball, since he’s comes from Liverpool and played for the club’s rivals on Merseyside, namely Everton.

It’s a careful, planned execution of what a football broadcast should be, and translates excellently to an in-game scenario. It provides a thoroughly immersive scene to play through — but more importantly, one that football fans worldwide will recognise.

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Suarez was definitely the right player to take this free kick with. Good job, EA Sports!
Of course, a football game would be nothing without the actual football players who are paid exorbitant sums of money to kick a ball around a grassy field every week or so.

Football players in FIFA are somewhat accurately rendered versions of their real-world counterparts, though often they’re still quite a bit off from what the real-world equivalents look like. While their physical appearance will prove somewhat familiar to players, its their skillsets that will appear most prominently to long-time football fans.

Take Lionel Messi for example — he’s a diminutive forward with excellent close control and an excellent eye for goal. This reflects in game, where his sprint speed, while high, won’t get him past defenders as effectively as his turns on the ball will, and how he is absolutely lethal if given space on his left foot within 25 yards in front of goal.

While it may not be fair to use the current second-best player and game’s cover star as an example, this translates downwards to less prominent teams, where players like Real Sociedad forward Carlos Vela or Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen will play just as similarly to their real-world equivalents as Lionel Messi does to his.

What this offers is a sense of understanding — you won’t swing high crosses into Lionel Messi, but you’ll rather try get it to him in a space where he can control it on the ground, while Spurs’ Christian Eriksen would be better suited to be providing the ball to a winger or forward than trying to take on an entire defensive line himself. It means fans of the series and of actual football have a good expectation of what a player will be before he gets on the ball, and some prior knowledge when setting up their teams.

I do believe one of FIFA‘s greatest assets is its licensing — other than the UEFA Champions League, the series trumps its competition in Pro Evolution Soccer and it shows with the familiarity it creates for its users.

Of course, FIFA is not a perfect game and certain things like the repetitive commentary cannot be ignored. The series does have its downfalls, but its aesthetic and its recreation of the world’s most popular sport are things that should be praised for what they are: An excellent selling point which keeps millions of players on their game every day.

FIFA 15 is my favorite game. I play it everyday, so i hope it would be better and better!

The top 5 of overrated players on FIFA 15

There are some Premier League players, which is not  as good as we think on FIFA 15. These players are ones whose rating was overestimated at the beginning of the season, or their subsequent real life performances in the Premier League have shown a loss of form not worthy of their original rating.

Here is the ranking.


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Mario Balotelli is a player whose rating you just can’t predict; some days he can be an unstoppable centre forward and others a lazy excuse for a professional footballer, the latter his most common form this season.

He was already downgraded from FIFA 14 by two overall to 82 this year, but his performances for Liverpool have deserved a far greater reduction in rating.

Without a single goal in the Premier League so far this is not good enough for a striker rated at this calibre, with an overall better than the likes of Danny Welbeck (78) and Charlie Austin (74).

Judging by these performances, I wouldn’t be surprised if firstly his rating dropped down below the 80 mark, and then even decreasing to 78, which in my opinion is still a bit too high.

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The Colombian is currently the highest rated player in the Premier League on FIFA 15, alongside Robin van Persie at 88 overall.

Falcao has had a tough season with Man. United, on loan from AS Monaco, where his agent has admitted that he’s currently struggling for fitness in the Premier League, which explains his semi-average record of 3 goals in 13 league appearances so far.

The best way to explain why Falcao needs to be downgraded is through the fact that all of Wayne Rooney (86), Sergio Aguero (86) and Diego Costa (85) are rated considerably lower than the 28-year-old flop.

The three mentioned have contributed one shy of 40 league goals together this season, yet they remain inferior in rating to Falcao.

Nevertheless, he’s still a great striker and has proven this in past years with Porto and Atletico Madrid, although right now Falcao is going through a rough patch, one which would see him better rated at 83 on FIFA 15.

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Roberto Soldado is another one of those players who just can’t settle in the Premier League, and this year with the rise of teammate Harry Kane, you could call it his most embarrassing of an already mediocre Tottenham career.

The fact is that he’s currently rated a whopping 13 overall better than the Spurs starlet Kane, and this alone is just criminal.

Soldado just can’t find the goals he desperately needs for Tottenham this season, and the more clear chances he misses and the more Harry Kane improves, it will only go south for the Spaniard.

Personally I think an 81 rating, even without Kane in mind, is too generous judging by the season so far. A downgrade to 77 overall justifies the 28-year-old’s time since moving from Valencia and it will only get worse unless Soldado picks up his act soon.

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Chelsea’s Ramires has fallen down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge since the effective partnership of Nemanja Matic and Cesc Fabregas began this season.

The Brazilian’s faults don’t fall on the same level as the previous players in the list, but his sudden disappearance from the Chelsea team can’t go unnoticed.

His decline is similar to former Blues teammate Michael Essien’s downfall from a Chelsea legend to regular benchwarmer and I can only see the same thing coming for the 27-year-old.

I wouldn’t be surprised if the same route will be taken by Ramires, in terms of leaving the Bridge in the near future, in the meantime however, sitting on the bench isn’t deserving of an 81 rating on FIFA, and this should be decreased by EA Sports.

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Mangala came to the Premier League with high expectations, as Man City fought with some of the world’s best clubs and paid over £30 million for the 23-year-old’s signature last summer.

I had only heard of the Frenchman through FIFA, where on Career Mode he was always one of the players with the most potential, and this led me to believe he would become one of the best defenders in the Premier League this season.

However, he’s failed to settle in Manchester where he’s made countless defensive mistakes and errors. This has ultimately led to a seat on the bench, as Vincent Kompany and Martin Demichelis command the City defence in his place.

There’s still hope for Mangala if he can prove himself in the second half of the season, but who knows if Pelligrini will have any faith in him following his performances so far.

On FIFA 15 he’s rated higher than the man who replaced him at centre-back, Martin Demichelis at just 79 overall, whose been a more consistent and reliable defender than Mangala this year.

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Some best Irish players on FIFA 15


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we have some great players on FIFA 15, they are all brilliant footballers. Let’s have a look.

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We’ve always been an equal opportunity fictional employer when playing career mode or Ultimate Team in FIFA, but every now and then we do like to give a nod to our compatriots and bring an Irishman in to the team.

if, like us, you want to freshen things up a bit and bring in one of the lads, we’ve got a handy chart for you to peruse at your leisure then thanks to our friends at Find The Best that looks at the best of the best when it comes to Irish players in FIFA 15 from EA Sports.

James is the number 1 without question, I like him best.