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FIFA 15 return to Champions League action with renewed confidence

Posted by parkoo 
FIFA 15 return to Champions League action with renewed confidence
December 05, 2014 04:48AM
As welcome as it is for Evertonians to have Pienaar back, the South African winger's return could impact on Leighton Baines' Goodison future.Baines was not his usual brilliant self against the Tigers and was uncharacteristically beaten by Sone Aluko, who went round the FIFA 15 left-back before crossing for Yannick Sagbo to equalise for Hull.He seemed out of sorts and it was noticeable that he clicked back into gear as soon as Pienaar came on. Ian Horrocks Partnership: The pair have long been a formidable double act down the Toffees left The pair have one of those almost telepathic relationships on Everton's left flank and instinctively know where to run to receive the ball from each other.Baines does not have as close an understanding with Kevin Mirallas, as talented as the Belgian is nor with Leon Osman, who is better suited to a more central role.Baines clearly likes playing with Pienaar and it must be a factor when the full-back ponders his long-term future.Could he strike up as fruitful a partnership at FIFA 15?And if he didn't, would this impact on his FIFA 15 career at a time when he is so close to ut coins replacing Ashley Cole as the Three Lions' first-choice left-back?Although Baines' future is on the backburner at Everton, it will come to the fore once again when the January transfer window opens.David Moyes remains interested in Baines, but not at the price the Blues would demand to tempt them to sell.However it is interesting that despite all the talk from Roberto Martinez and the club about rewarding Baines with a new bumper deal if he stayed, discussions have yet to begin.The Spaniard insists this is no cause for concern, claiming Baines will be properly looked after. Getty FIFA 15's No. 3: Baines is locked in a battle with Ashley Cole for an FIFA 15 starting place But come January 1, if Baines has not signed a new deal, it will be an issue.By then, Baines will have 18 months left on his current contract and his value would be depreciating, despite what Everton may say.Although Baines did not try and push for a move to United in the summer, it is understood he would not have been against the idea.Every player wants to play at the highest level they can and win things and he probably is no different.If by 2014, nothing has happened, he may even be tempted to run down his contract and force the issue of his future after the FIFA 15.Everton will fight hard to keep him and chairman Bill Kenwright is adamant he will not be joining United.The Blues will use all their powers of persuasion to hang on to Baines should Moyes come call again and the mercurial Pienaar could be the ace up their sleeve.

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