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Don’t miss the latest FIFA 14 news:

Today the president of the Chilean Football Association, Sergio Jadue, officially confirmed the addition of the Chilean League in FIFA 14 at Festigame 2013!Image Hosted by ImageShack.usSource: EA Sports FIFA Latinoamerica

EA SPORTS announced that they have extended their partnership with the German club Borussia Dortmund for the 2013/14 season. First team players of BVB will be featured in FIFA 14 after their likenesses were captured using 3D head-scanning technology as you can see here.
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Source: EA

EA Sports also extended their partnership with the English Premier League side, Everton FC. With this partnership, the club’s home ground of Goodison Park will make its first appearance in FIFA 14! Moreover, the first team players got their faces scanned and all of them will have realistic faces in FIFA 14.
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And talking about stadiums, it looks that EA Sports updated Anfield, Bernabeu and Mestalla stadiums! The pics that you see bellow were taken from the fresh released game FIFA World available only in Brazil and Russia for now. The new stadium updates will be available in FIFA 14!
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Source: FGB

Robert Lewandowski will join Messi on the Polish cover of FIFA 14.
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After EA Sports sponsorship with Wycombe Wanderers, another two clubs from the lower English divisions will wear the FIFA 14 logo on their away jerseys: Swindon Town and Leyton Orient.Image Hosted by ImageShack.us
Source: FUTHead

If a few months ago we were certain of Fenerbahce’s inclusion in FIFA 14, now it looks that the addition of the Turkish club in the next FIFA title is at risk. In a recent email to a fan, Tezcan Sayli ,Fenerbahce’s marketing manager, stated the following:

“Our licensing compartment is in talks with EA Sports. Unfortunately we have not received any positive response from EA until now.
In this regard, we have no additional wishes. There is also no licensing problems. We also know that the FIFA platform has a worldwide user base.
I think our fans can help us by sending e-mails to EA Sports that they would like to see our club in the game and therefore speed up the process.”
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One of the reason may be UEFA’s recent decision of excluding The turkish clubs, Fenerbahce and Besiktas, from all European competitions.
Thanks to Aykut Ö for the email screen and translation!

Bellow we have collected the best FIFA 14 related articles and interviews of the week:

Interview: EA Sports on the next-gen FIFA challenge (CVG)

Current-gen and next-gen FIFA 14 will feel very different (MCVUK)

FIFA 14 on PS4 is “vastly different” to PS3 says Rutter – the next generation of football explained (OPM)

FIFA 14: 5 Players Who Deserve A Higher Rating (WhatCulture!)

FIFA 14 preview: dainty footwork steals the show in FIFA’s latest iteration (PCGamer)

FIFA 14 Mobile just as authentic as console version (AG)

FIFA 14: 5 Premier League Stars Who Could Replace Gareth Bale As Cover Star (WhatCulture!)

Before FIFA 14: 5 Ways To Annoy Your Opponent (WhatCulture!)

FIFA 14 Career Mode: 25 Wonderkids Worth Signing (WhatCulture!)

FIFA 14: 4 Ways To Make Career Mode A Better Experience From Previous Years (WhatCulture!)

AGTV: FIFA’s Sebastian Enrique video interview (AGTV)

Don’t forget that next week, August 20th, Gamescom will start and with it more FIFA 14 news will follow, including more Ultimate Team news, the FIFA 14 demo date and details, a new trailer and the first FIFA 14 career news!

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    Tezcan Sayli is the marketing manager of Fenerium !!!

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