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You Can Get FIFA Lessons From The World's Best Player For £30

You Can Get FIFA Lessons From The World's Best Player For £30

If you could do with scrubbing up on your FIFA skills, or if you'd like to remind a mate that they could do with scrubbing up on theirs, then look no further.

You can now buy a masterclass from one of the world's best players for $40 (£30.66) on GamerzClass.

For your money, you will receive a video course comprised of 16 lessons from five time FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) champion Donovan 'Tekkz' Hunt, who will teach you everything from finishing and skill moves, to defining your own playing style and working with different formations.

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Once you've coughed up, you will be able to access the tutorials as many times as you like across platforms, and you'll get exercises and workbooks to help you hone your skills.

Describing what you'll get for your money, Tekkz said on the GamerzClass website: "This course will completely change the way you think about FIFA. You'll learn the sickest skill moves, how to set up a crazy structure and most importantly how to score some cheeky goals that'll leave your opponents with their jaws stuck to the floor.

"Stomp the competition as I have been doing the past two years using all the secrets that I'm going to be handing out in this course. Your FIFA 20 gameplay will drastically improve as I teach you how to be relentless in the attack and build up an unstoppable force."

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So if you're sick of being ritually humiliated, this could be a shrewd investment.

Unfortunately, we can't all get paid to play FIFA. Donovan's life was flipped on its head when he won his first FUT Champions Cup when he was just 16.

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Speaking to the BBC: "I had about 300 Twitter followers before the event, but when I got back I'd gained about 50,000 - it was crazy.

"Before that tournament I was just a normal kid at college. When I got home, some guy came up to me, and was like: 'Aren't you that kid who won the Fifa tournament?'"

Now he gets to make a nice living playing the game, while we pay him for pointers. Fair play Donovan, fair play.

You can sign up for Donovan's masterclass here.

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