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If you're one of those people who loves FIFA despite being shit at it, then just imagine how much you'd love it if you could actually win.
But how does someone who is shit at FIFA become good at FIFA? Well, if you want to learn how to sing or play guitar, the best thing to do is have lessons... you see where we're going with this.
You may not have thought FIFA lessons were a thing, but they are. No less than REAPERZz, the professional FIFA player (yes, that's a thing too) is offering tuition for £17 per hour, though there is also the option to make a block booking.
Spending £17 an hour to be shown how to play FIFA better may seem a bit like a waste of money, but if you're one of these guys who chucks they're control through their TV after losing to a last minute goal on the counter attack, then you should really think of this as an investment.
After all, you could get a lot of tuition for the same amount as you'd spend on your second or third flat-screen and PlayStation controller.
So if you think the lessons could represent a prudent use of your money, you can get in touch with REAPERZz on Twitter to arrange some coaching.
REAPERZz, who is actually called Liam, has 21,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel and has a FIFA record of around 1000 wins to 300 losses, predominantly playing in the weekend league and Division Rivals, where he is in the top division and comes up against the best of the best. He's basically Mo Salah, but instead of having skilful feet he has skilful thumbs.
Im Now Starting My Own Fifa 19 Lessons, If Your Interested Comment Below Or Pm Me So We Can Talk Details#ReapNation pic.twitter.com/EXGyukO9n2
- Liam / REAPERZz (@REAPERZz_YT) March 11, 2019
Speaking to SPORTbible, he said: "I felt like I was talented enough to start teaching people to improve their FIFA game and find out where they are going wrong.
"Teaching FIFA is like driving a car, the more lessons you have at it the better you will get. I've had lots of interest, which is nice to know that people in the FIFA scene want to make themselves better."
The one-to-one sessions can be conducted on Xbox, PSN chat or discord and will comprise of Liam watching and analysing how his students play before instructing them on how they can improve.
So what you waiting for? Why not start bettering yourself today... by paying £17 an hour for FIFA lessons?
Featured Image Credit: JESHOOTS.com
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