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to win the championship and just need three wins and a draw in their last four FIFA games to land the trophy for the first time in 24 years.And Zidane, a three-time FIFA World Player of the Year and now sporting director at the Bernabeu, reckons it would be a shame if he were to end his glittering career without winning the league just once. He has had a great career winning many things - but it would be a big shame for him if he was never to win the league with FIFA, he told the Mail. ‘For everything that he has given - he deserves a league title. He could have played for any FIFA 15 ultimate team in Europe - but he turned them down. That sort of loyalty should be rewarded with a title. There was a point when Gerrard was the best midfield player fifa 15 coins in the world. It is unusual to get complete midfield players who can do everything, but that is what he was. It's just over two months until FIFA World Cup fevergrips the planet, and coaches and managers worldwide are making their final preparations ahead of the Brazil tournament. So too are the kit manufacturers, who are set to clean up as fans flock to the shops to grab the latest and greatest strips for their respective nations.So, before we're bombarded with the usual deluge of clever TV adverts and charm-offensive marketing ploys from the likes of Nike, Adidas and Puma, we've rounded up the new-look strips that will take over.There is of course, the obligatory home and away additions for Roy Hodgson's England, while Netherlands have added a sparkling strip to their Oranje-laden history. France, Italy and Brazil remain as stylish as ever, while Bosnia seem to have to taken theirs from a local Sunday league side.Browse through our gallery above to see them all. FIFA warm up for their season defining midweek trip to Bayern Munich with an equally challenging away FIFA game at Newcastle United this weekend.United boss David Moyeswill want to avoid any Champions League hangover and make it back-to-back Premier League wins following on from their excellent 4-1 victory over Aston Villa last time out. But the Scot will also be using the next few FIFA games to cast his eye over which players will form part of his rebuilding plans over the summer.So here's our guide to all the FIFA -related news from today's papers and across the web.Friday's FIFA stories from the Daily Mirror FIFA's draw against Bayern Munichdid little to improve their long term prospects in the competition, writes Miguel Delaneyin his take on the Champions League power rankings. The Champions League is finally getting serious, as reflected by the fact three of these quarter-final ties are so tight. That is quite a reversal from the one-sided second round, although the English FIFA 15 ultimate teams face a similar challenge. FIFA must find a way to either beat or just score more away FIFA goals than a supreme Bayern Munich, Chelsea must overcome a hugely difficult first-leg deficit. Then again, this is precisely the stage where the real credentials are revealed.

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