Posted by sean on January 7, 2006 at 11:46 pm in Leeds United, Video Games with No Comments


I’ve been playing Fifa 06 on Xbox Live far too much today, I’ve had to stop now or else I’ll end up playing it into the early hours of the morning. Problem is, when I play online I cannot walk away from it unless I have won my last game. Maybe stepping a little into the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder territory although I think it can simply be put down to the fact that Fifa 06 is so addictive.

The great thing about playing online is every game is different. When you play against the computer it doesn’t take long to learn how it reacts and then you can win 3-0 on any difficulty. When playing an actual person you have no idea of their style of play and makes it much more of a challenge. One tip I have found: Play before 10am in the morning, this is when the children play. They are normally easy to beat, become demoralised and you can end up with impressive 4-0 scorlines.

Once again, if anyone wants to play me, simply add my tag SparksterLUFC to your Xbox Live Friends section, best send me an e-mail to let me know your doing it though.

Finally, congratulations to Leeds United. They played Wigan in the FA Cp today. The game ended in a 1-1 draw, forcing a replay at Elland Road on the 17th January. Wigan are a Premiership side, Leeds played them twice last year and lost 2-0 & 3-0. This draw against an improved Wigan team shows how far Leeds have come. Hopefully Leeds can get a win next week and go on to the next stage. Wembley here we come!

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