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Fifa Soccer 2013 has been released this October. rival game PES 2013 is the similarity of looking at the gameplay and characters footballer. This game icon is lionel messi. The most refined AI ever achieved for the FIFA association football franchise can drive FIFA association football thirteen. All-new offensive Intelligence allows players to investigate area, work tougher and smarter to interrupt down defenses, and suppose 2 plays ahead. Players currently possess the intelligence to form, curve, or alter runs to make the most openings as they occur, build runs that pull defenders out of position to open passing channels for teammates, and higher position themselves for brand new offensive opportunities.

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  1. Rishi

    guys need ur answer plzzzzzzzzz? Hey guys i have downloaded a fifa 13 crack file and i have to complete 5 surveys to get the password?

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  2. Nick

    My question is: is it possible that long-term pressure, such as having your head pushed against a wall for a relatively long period of time, or short-term pressure, like headbutts in association football, cause your skull to deform? If so, does this depend according to the person, i.e.is it more likely to happen if you have weak bones, due to, for example, calcium deficiency?

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  3. RuMKilleR

    My favorite sport is basketball but I want to try something new, which would you recommend for someone who loves basketball? -Baseball - Football - Soccer (English association Football) It could also be tennis or volleyball, lacrosse or hockey, but the ones listed are the ones I could actually get into more easily.

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  4. Bryant B

    as the South when we’re supposed to be a different state? Example the association football teams have the same colour! All opinions are very welcome as to why this is?

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  5. Dark_LovexXx

    I was curious as to whether this is something that has ever happened before, I am talking about association football.

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  6. lets roll

    Which current national association football team is the most violent? Club team? Individual players?

    Thanks!

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  7. Goe122

    Seriously. Canadian Football gets made fun of all the time for how little the ball is kicked. Oh dear. It seems Nick C has nothing but abuse to offer. Why can’t some Yahoo users just refrain from answering a question if they don’t actually know the answer?

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  8. Eric

    Arsenal have only two european trophies: Cup Winners Cup and Inter Cities Fairs Cup. A lot of English Clubs have less trophies than Italian or Spanish clubs. Worldwide England have less trophies than Argentine, Brazilian and Uruguayan clubs. No success but millions of fans. It makes no sense to me and clubs like AC Milan and Boca Juniors should have more fan around the world for having superior, rich histories and success.

    Clubs with most confederation and inter-confederation club competition winners as of 2013

    Union of European Football Associations

    18: AC Milan Italy

    HONOURS

    Intercontinental Cup/FIFA Club World Cup 4 UEFA Champions League 7 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup 2 UEFA Super Cup 5

    15: Real Madrid Spain 14: Barcelona Spain 11: Juventus Italy 11: Liverpool England 10: Ajax Netherlands 9: Internazionale Italy 8: Bayern Munich Germany 7: Manchester United England 7: Porto Portugal

    Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol

    18: CA Boca Juniors Argentina 16: CA Independiente Argentina 12: São Paulo FC Brazil 9: CA Peñarol Uruguay 9: Nacional Uruguay 8: Olimpia Paraguay 8: Santos FC Brazil 7: Cruzeiro EC Brazil 7: SC Internacional Brazil 6: Estudiantes Argentina

    UEFA European Cup/Champions League won clubs as of 2013:

    Real Madrid 9 Spain AC Milan 7 Italy Liverpool 5 England Bayern Munich 4 Germany Barcelona 4 Spain Ajax 4 Netherlands Internazionale 3 Italy Manchester United 3 England Benfica 2 Portugal Juventus 2 Italy Nottingham Forest 2 England Porto 2 Portugal Celtic 1 Scotland Hamburg 1 Germany Steaua Bucharest 1 Romania Marseille 1 France Chelsea 1 England Feyenoord 1 Netherlands Aston Villa 1 England PSV Eindhoven 1 Netherlands Red Star Belgrade 1 Yugoslavia Borussia Dortmund 1 Germany

    Italy’s Serie A 12 winners and 14 RUNNERS UP!! Spain 13 winners and 9 runners up, England 12 winners and 7 runners up.

    CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores won clubs as of 2013:

    Independiente 7 Argentina Boca Juniors 6 Argentina Peñarol 5 Uruguay Estudiantes 4 Argentina Nacional 3 Uruguay Olimpia 3 Paraguay São Paulo 3 Brazil Santos 3 Brazil RIver Plate 2 Argentina Grêmio 2 Brazil Cruzeiro 2 Brazil Internacional 2 Brazil Palmeiras 1 Brazil Atletico Nacional 1Colombia Colo-Colo 1 Chile Racing 1 Argentina Flamengo 1 Brazil Argentinos Juniors 1 Argentina Velez Sarsfield 1 Argentina Vasco da Gama 1 Brazil Once Caldas 1 Colombia LDU Quito 1 Ecuador Corinthians 1 Brazil

    Argentina 22 winners, Brazil 16 and Uruguay 8.

    Intercontinental Cup/FIFA Club World Cup won clubs as of 2013:

    1: AC Milan 4 Italy 2: Peñarol 3 Uruguay 3: Real Madrid 3 Spain Boca Juniors 3 Argentina Nacional 3 Uruguay São Paulo 3 Brazil Internazionale 3 Italy 8: Independiente 2 Argentina Barcelona 2 Spain Santos 2 Brazil Juventus 2 Italy Manchester United 2 England Ajax 2 Netherlands Bayern Munich 2 Germany Porto 2 Portugal Corinthians 2 Brazil Estudiantes La Plata 1 Argentina Olimpia 1 Paraguay Gremio 1 Brazil River Plate 1 Argentina Racing 1 Argentina Feyenoord 1 Netherlands Atletico Madrid 1 Spain Flamengo 1 Brazil Red Star Belgrade 1 Yugoslavia Velez Sarsfield 1 Argentina Borussia Dortmund 1 Germany Internacional 1 Brazil

    ALL RESULTS PUT TOGETHER CLUB AND COUNTRY: Best footballing nation is:

    1: BRAZIL 5 World Cup, 8 Copa America, 10 Intercontinental Cup/FIFA Club World Cup, 16 CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores + 5 FIFA Confederations Cup.

    2: ITALY 4 World Cup, 1 European Championship, 9 Intercontinental Cup/FIFA Club World Cup, 12 UEFA Champions League (14 RUNNERS UP!!).

    3: ARGENTINA 2 World Cup, 14 Copa America 9 Intercontinental Cup/FIFA Club World Cup, 22 CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores + 1 FIFA Confederations Cup.

    ENGLAND 1 World Cup, 0 European Championship, 2 Intercontinental Cup/FIFA Club World Cup, 12 UEFA Champions League (7 RUNNERS UP).

    Do you see clubs like Arsenal, Chelsea with many trophies? NO. Arsenal have 0 Intercontinental Cup/World Club Cup and 0 UEFA Champions League!!! Liverpool has never been the best in the world and idiot like Mark Lawrenson saying most difficult competition to enter but easiest to win? Why Liverpool got ass kicked by Flamengo 3-0, Independiente 1-0 and Sao Paulo FC 1-0!! Hahaha!! Excuse all the time!! Manchester United are about the same class as FC Porto of Portugal. Current World Champions are SPAIN, Club World Champions are Corinthians, Olympic winners are Mexico. What’s in common? They all play proper football, short passing technical skillful football. This reflect to female football as well. Japanese women’s team plays like Barcelona!! England national team and clubs are rubbish and overrated!!

    Please explain to me why Arsenal have more fans than for example: AC Milan?! Are people deluded by British media around the world or just stupid and don’t check any history/facts?! You lot are all fucking retarded and jealous of other countries because THEY are superior both national team and clubs. I’m English by they way but I hate English football. Embarrassing records in FIFA WORLD CUP/UEFA European Championship and also in Intercontinental Cup/FIFA Club World Cup. Only 1 World Cup and 2 Intercontinental Cup/FIFA Club World Cup won by 1 Club. That’s appalling for a motherland of Association Football. Why we don’t have players like Messi and Neymar?! Cos English football is the SHIT!! HAHAHA!! ARSENAL is like fucking League 1 of International Club scene!! FUCK OFF CUNTS!! I was a Chelsea fan but hey you dickhead at the bottom. CORHINTHIANS CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD!! Who are you?! Idiot. do you feel lucky.. You C**T Arsenal aka A**HOLE was founded in 1886 and AC Milan 1899 ONLY 13 years longer history. What does it mean? Does it make huge difference? Fucking Arsenal is not even English club with full of fucking foreigners. F**k off!! Arsenal have no PRESTIGE that’s why your own players want to leave the club and just playing for the money!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

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  9. Paul M

    I have trawled Wikipedia and been unable to find a list of association footballers who have lived to old age. Which footballer lived to be the oldest? I’m NOT looking for names of players who played into old age like Stanley Matthews, but those who lived into old age. American contributors: I’m only interested in Association football, not NFL.

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  10. henryshensbcglobalnet

    The UK already have the best association football (soccer) stadiums and facilities in the world and the best transport infrastructure for spectators and a long history of the sport. To keep costs down should a permanent venue to be chosen to host all future finals of the FIFA World Cup competition, held every 4 years, and should this be the UK?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FIFA_World_Cup

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  11. PIE BOY

    In association football (soccer), if a player commits a foul inside his own penalty box, does it always result in a penalty kick being awarded to the other team?

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  12. stingerms

    I was so impressed by their performance last night against the American team. I know that association football is the most popular sport in Europe, but how popular is basketball there? Can basketball rank among the top three sports in terms of participation? Given their impressive records, has basketball become the second most popular sport, at least in Spain? How often do you see high school students and college students play basketball? Are they seen all the time and are there many basketball courts for them?

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  13. Michael

    Now that the World Cup is over the great debate on which version of football is more physical returns. There were lots of injury time outs in the World Cup showing that association football (soccer) is quite physical, but does it compare to its counterparts. So which is it, American football, association football (soccer), or rugby football?

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  14. Melanie

    I’m talking soccer, footie, association football etc here. I think it’s got to be one of Graham Taylor’s ‘one cap wonders.’ Look at the worst ever England team as compiled by Observer Sport Monthly before Euro 2004. It is choc full of them!

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  15. Miguel M

    Haters Get Lost

    - Hungry Heart Wild Striker - Captain Tsubasa (i doubt it would be dubbed but must ask anyway, the greatest sports manga and anime of all time) - Soccer Fever - Whistle - Aoki Densetsu Shoot!

    Or any other series about Association Football. No Prince of Tennis or Eyeshield 21 I hate them both.

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  16. EzioAuditore1459

    Whenever I watch a Russian Premier League game, the stadiums are half empty most of the time. The only clubs that seem to fill up their stadiums completely are Zenit St. Petersburg, and sometimes CSKA Moscow and Anzhi Makhachkala. Why is this? Is association football not very popular there?

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  17. balinderk2000

    Why is soccer called Association football? I mean, all sports have some association or the other….

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  18. Tyler H

    Despite English people (including myself originally) constantly saying “it’s not football, it’s soccer!”, calling it soccer is legitimate too.

    Football didn’t really have much in the way of rules originally – association football changed that, and association football was abbreviated to ‘soccer’.

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  19. Mr SoLo DoLo

    How big is a British association football field compared to one acre? Is it slightly bigger or smaller, or much…or what, exactly? Thanks.

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  20. lets roll

    Sheffield Utd was formed and the original rules of football was announced, the game was like austrailians rules, association football and rugby all in one.

    What i liked about it was there was no goalkeeping thats just like mancity position now!

    can this game be back!

    what do you think thanks.

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  21. SteveO

    What countries will step up to tier 1 from tier 2? Will the popularity of rugby ever be equal with Association Football? Will New Zealand always be the top Rugby team in the World despite their results of their campaigns at The Rugby World Cup?

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  22. easton j

    For the most boring game of association football on record?

    I seriously can not imagine a more boring game of football. I’d rather watch Wigan vs Everton ANY day of the week. I’d rather watch that game 50 times in a row on record then watch 1 half of L’pool vs City.

    Are they the most boring teams on Earth?

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  23. Ramblin Spirit

    Look at this only two titles and lots of finals lost, is there an explanation? are south american clubs better than english ones in general?

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  24. Patrick

    Ok as an American citizen of 14 years old, I have always known Association Football as soccer. People, for some odd reason, get very upset when I call it soccer. I plan on calling it soccer for the rest of my life in the United States. I say soccer, you say football, they say futbal. Does calling it something different really change how we view, enjoy, or play the world’s most beautiful game?

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  25. che-che

    I’ve been a massive association football supporter over the years and I also took an interest in watching some NFL games and lately im starting to understand the rules and was hoping to follow the league more closely.

    I have no affiliation with any US state and ive never been there either, but I’d like to support a team. Which one would you suggest for me?

    My criteria for support would include: not having a big bandwagon fanbase, having a solid history and a passionate home support and lastly one which also has a good chance of competing, but not too dominant.

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  26. Keegan

    What are the requirements for a player to be called up to the national football team? Aside from skill, and playing time with a club.

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  27. Motordom

    Note that the French word ‘Association’ is in singular. I think the correct version is International Federation of Association Football. This is because ‘Association Football’ was an early name for the game now called ‘football in most countries and ‘soccer’ in others.

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  28. TommyKay

    I am training to be an Association Football (Soccer) referee and I am struggling to find the best place to stand during a corner kick. Can anyone help?

    I need to be ready for my ref test, but in practice I keep missing important incidents at corner kicks.

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  29. uberfailz

    I know that FIFA is the main governing body for association football and the biggest tournie is the world cup, but what is the difference between say a country’s national team-like Brazil’s and then all the Brazilian leagues like Flamengo, Murici, Corinthians, etc..Is there a hierarchy? Do the smaller football clubs only play each other, and then the best players go on to represent a country on the national team to only play against other countries?

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  30. ericmreitz

    Is it possible to find a free working cd key for FIFA 2013? I really want to play this game online, thanks!

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  31. Jairo

    well i have been trying to play fifa 13 and fifa 12 since forever, and anytime when i finish download it, it says i have to reinstalled or a thing call origin, but i want free so plzzzzzzzz help

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  32. PoohBearPenguin

    guys need ur answer plzzzzzzzzz? Hey guys i have downloaded a fifa 13 crack file and i have to complete 5 surveys to get the password?

    and i have completed all but still didn’t get it

    can anyone give me a password plzzzzzzzzzzzz

    i will be highly obliged to him/her.

    thnxxxxx

    Reply
  33. Tyler H

    I just moved from Germany so I don’t know where I should try out for on my highschool team. All my friends wanted me to play but I’m unsure where? I play keeper in Association football or soccer i guess here, but I catch things pretty well at least soccer balls. I’m 6’4″ 160(barely)lbs, and pretty fast.

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  34. Daniel

    It is well documented that our version of football was established before soccer was ever played. Your ancestral barbarians were probably still kicking goat heads around any patch of grass that could be found. Back then, our rules allowed for more kicking of the ball than it is now, hence, the name “football” was attached. Some years later after soccer was being established, an Englishman who enjoyed association football decided to call it “soccer” so as to avoid confusion. It’s a term which is marketed by YOUR companies, in YOUR countries, by YOUR teams, with YOUR money that is earned at YOUR games. We don’t have it confused. I’m afraid it’s you so called connoisseurs who have had it wrong for a great long time.

    And by the way, I happen to enjoy football and soccer no matter where they are played. You might benefit from a little open-mindedness. Not trying to start a fight here, I’m tired of seeing people blame us for the name game. Personally, I don’t care which came first, I was merely pointing out that we had nothing to do with naming it soccer. It is ironic how the detractors fail to acknowledge their ignorance.

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  35. Matthew David

    Sheffield Utd was formed and the original rules of football was announced, the game was like austrailians rules, association football and rugby all in one.

    What i liked about it was there was no goalkeeping thats just like mancity position now!

    can this game be back!

    what do you think thanks.

    Reply
  36. XplicitzZ

    Hell why is he even trying? Hasn ‘t he figured out he sucks? How do you slip on the biggest shot of your life? Ronaldo’s was bad but atleast he fdidn’t fall down like a five year old.

    The u.n should just ban him from any type of association football.

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  37. crzyinluv

    Ok as an American citizen of 14 years old, I have always known Association Football as soccer. People, for some odd reason, get very upset when I call it soccer. I plan on calling it soccer for the rest of my life in the United States. I say soccer, you say football, they say futbal. Does calling it something different really change how we view, enjoy, or play the world’s most beautiful game?

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  38. Nick

    I’ve been a massive association football supporter over the years and I also took an interest in watching some NFL games and lately im starting to understand the rules and was hoping to follow the league more closely.

    I have no affiliation with any US state and ive never been there either, but I’d like to support a team. Which one would you suggest for me?

    My criteria for support would include: not having a big bandwagon fanbase, having a solid history and a passionate home support and lastly one which also has a good chance of competing, but not too dominant.

    Reply
  39. David

    Most of them anyway.

    American Football is by far the most popular sport in the United States. American Football is the second most popular sport in Canada. Sure they call it “Canadian Football” but it’s really the same as American Football with some minor differences. That and the Super Bowl is always one of the highest rated programs in Canada every year. Last year an estimated 8.1 million Canadians out of the 35 million population watched the Super Bowl. Both also call it soccer instead of football.

    Any real reason for this? Hardly anyone over there even plays it for fun. Let alone actually follows a club. Why do they not like it?

    Is it just not a cultural thing? Canadians like hockey because it’s their game and Americans like American Football because it’s their game?

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  40. nathan

    What are your reasons for saying so?

    *Star the question if you like soccer/association football* Me, I think maybe Spain they do seem pretty good this year. Well I hope they go up against Germany, they did good in 2006.

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  41. jordenkotor

    I don’t really know any, but I do know that association football (soccer) is the most popular type of football there is in the world. Super Bowl might be televised in other countries, but the truth is no one watches it. I lived in other countries and people don’t understand this sport and don’t want to either. I know what I am talking about when I say no one cares or watches football in the countries I been to. All they care about is their national team and football league.

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  42. lildevilgurl152004

    I am training to be an Association Football (Soccer) referee and I am struggling to find the best place to stand during a corner kick. Can anyone help?

    I need to be ready for my ref test, but in practice I keep missing important incidents at corner kicks.

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  43. Harriet W

    Association football is huge in England, even back then. I even read that Hitler had a favorite German Assoc. football team! But, Churchill is a hero of mine and I have never read/heard about his favorite English team.

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  44. RichT

    I’m a Singaporean that grew up in Greater London and I’m in my first year of uni. I personally like American Football (I’m a Ravens fan) but of course I much prefer the football that Americans/Canadians/some Australians know as soccer.

    So I’ve made friends with one of the cultural exchange students from the US (he studies at Tufts in America) and he’s the only soccer fan out of all the Americans from his group. It’s a plus that he’s a Chelsea fan as well. So we had a nice chat about the status of soccer in the US and at first I was under the impression that Americans are not at all interested in playing or watching soccer. But then he told us that most Americans know how soccer works, that the World Cup ratings in the US are fairly high, and that many American kids play soccer after school. He also said that if he had to estimate the time in an American’s life when they lose interest in soccer, he said it’s probably after secondary school.

    So if my friend here is right (and he probably is), then why is the MLS so unpopular in the States?

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