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Gary Neville’s balls: FIFA 14’s Ultimate Team ambassador revealed

30 Aug 2013  by   Tim McDonald
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Oh good, another football story! EA Sports have announced that Gary Neville, a man who is apparently good at football based on the fact that he’s a current England coach, is their “ambassador” for FIFA 14‘s Ultimate Team mode.

What this actually means is that he’ll be writing a bi-weekly column on the official FIFA 14 website, in which he’ll be investigating the latest HOT TOPICS in the Premier League. You can read the first one here. I’m going to guess they mean fortnightly, considering bi-weekly can mean “twice a week” or “every two weeks”, and I suspect he’s a bit too busy to write them a column twice a week. At least, I’d hope so.

As has been previously announced, he’ll also be appearing in the FIFA Ultimate Team Legends content… which is exclusive to the Xbox One version of the game. And the PC version is going to be worse than the Xbox One and PS4 versions anyway, as it’s not using the shiny new Ignite engine.

FIFA 14 is due out on 26 September, and there’s a demo due out on 10 September.

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  1. Dean
    +1

    ‘Gary Neville, a man who is apparently good at football based on the fact that he’s the current England coach’… well this is awkward, he isn’t the current England coach and never has been. He’s probably good at football based on the fact that he has 400 appearances for Manchester United and captained them for 5 years… I dunno… I’m just speculating… but I think I might be onto something

    August 31, 2013 at 12:05 am

    1. Matt
      +1

      Except he is AN england coach! Awks!

      September 3, 2013 at 1:47 am

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