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FIFA 15: Manchester United dream starting XI (1)

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Manchester United fans were absolutely delighted when Radamel Falcao became their sixth summer signing and took a club-record spending spree just beyond £150 million on Monday night, but not for the reason you might think.

Falcao will surely light up Old Trafford alongside a quite astonishingly top-heavy array of United talent that also includes Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie, but more importantly imagine the damage that trio could do if utilised effectively on FIFA 15.

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Forget trying to find the most balanced long-term solution for success at the Theatre of Dreams, its time to find a way that serious gamers can get Falcao and co. on the pitch together and making sure EA Sports servers are full of Red Devils celebrating absolute screamers come September 26th.

For a start Louis van Gaal's 3-5-2 formation has to be binned, with three forwards that are among the very best in the world and on the game that are simply undroppable.

United fans need to get the right system though if they're to take on Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich and feel confident of crushing rivals across the planet.

There's still just over three weeks left to ponder options for a dream Man United fantasy XI on FIFA 15, so click ahead and if you disagree feel free to comment with your ideal line-up and let's see who has the perfect attacking blend right ready for September 26th.

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