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Our Site has Moved….


Here’s a reminder from us at Two Liverpool Fans that we have indeed moved to a new website address.

You can now find us at http://twoliverpoolfans.com . We hope to see you guys there! Alongside that, you can find us starting off our new website on general Premier League stuff at http://ramblingsofafifa12showboat.wordpress.com/ .

You get the usual stuff on Two Liverpool Fans that you guys get here, the latest Liverpool news, our Liverpool FC views on those news and in depth tactical analysis along with score predictions and match previews.

We hope to see you guys there!

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We have transferred!


For all you guys who don’t know, we have transferred to a new URL, that being http://twoliverpoolfans.com . Hope to see you guys there!

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TLFs Guide To ALL The Summer Transfers


As the summer transfer window is looming ever closer, Two Liverpool Fans is here to update you guys on all your latest transfer news

ARSENAL

 

Ins: Carl Jenkinson (£1m from Charlton).

 

Outs: Tom Cruise and Mark Randall (released). Continue reading

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FIFA 12: The Game Of Our Generation? [VIDEO]


The guys down in Canada have done it again, another addition to the FIFA franchise and it looks like a keeper. Amazing graphics, and simply looking absolutely stunning

Ok, so what I have beside me here is a screenshot from last year’s game, FIFA 11, and what’s amazing about this year’s game is that they have rectified a lot of the problems, including that occasional glitch where you can literally slice through a player’s legs, and come out completely unscathed.

I really hate it when I look at the replays at a high zoom in level and I see stuff like that happening so kudos to the guys at EA for making in better and better each year.

This time FIFA takes into account a wide range of variables when it comes to the hard tackle; balance, weight, momentum, direction and impact area are all factored into your opponent’s reaction making the physical element of the game look visually stunning.

The impact engine looks amazing as well, with jostles looking amazing in full HD and tackles beautifully presented in the trailer for it’s new element of the game, which is the Impact Engine. So that’s something that I’m looking forward to seeing in action.

Another cool thing mentioned about this year’s game is that you’ll also have to be more careful with choosing your decisions in the career and tournament modes. For example, a player whom has recently pulled his hamstring won’t exactly be the best player in the world when immediately thrown back into the mix as soon as he gets back from the physio and is far more likely to be back on the bench if he takes another blow to the hamstring without time to fully recover.

So as promised, here’s a video of FIFA 12’s new Impact Engine in action!

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Live Score + Live Table Update: Matchday 38


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All the updating that you’ll need for a busy Sunday Night.

Sunday, 22 May 2011
Aston Villa 1 Liverpool 0
Bolton 0 Man City 2
Everton 1 Chelsea 0
Fulham 2 Arsenal 2
Man Utd 4 Blackpool 2
Newcastle 3 West Brom 3
Stoke 0 Wigan 1
Tottenham 1 Birmingham 1
West Ham 0 Sunderland 2
Wolverhampton 0 Blackburn 3

This is the first time in Premier League history there have been no goals in the opening 10 minutes of matches on the final match round of the season.

Live Table (Arranged with goal difference)
1 Manchester United 80
2 Chelsea 71
3 Manchester City 71
4 Arsenal 68
5 Tottenham Hotspur 60
6 Liverpool 58
7 Everton 52
8 Fulham 51
9 Aston Villa 48
10 Sunderland 47
11 West Brom 47
12 Newcastle 46
13 Stoke 46
14 Bolton 46
15 Blackburn Rovers 43
16 Wigan 42
17 Wolves 40
18 Birmingham 39
19 Blackpool 39
20 West Ham United 33

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Valencia Set Sighs on Everton Star


Six-time La Liga champions Valencia CF are hoping to persuade Everton star Mikel Arteta in making a shock return to Spain after spending 6 years at the Barclays Premier League. Continue reading

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by | April 7, 2011 · 7:02 pm

Devils want Fellaini


Manchester United are interested in bringing Everton’s £22 million rated midfielder Marouane Fellaini to the club.

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