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Clever FIFA 18 hack will give you thousands of free coins in Ultimate Team

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Now that FIFA 18 has been out for a few months, it seems as though YouTube and the internet as a whole is full of ways to get ahead on the game.

While glitches and 'hacks' are aplenty, there are also some tricks of the trade that while rewarding, they take a little bit longer to get what you want.

It's fair to say that there are not many things people take more seriously in FIFA 18 than their Ultimate Team.

Serious amounts of time and often money can be poured into getting the best Ultimate Team possible and it's often a frustrating endeavour.

However, one tutorial on YouTube has shown a way that gamers can collect thousands of coins and improve their squads in a short period of time.

While it's quite a repetitive process, it's certainly a loophole that works.

Of course, this year, EA Sports released FUT Squad Battles, which sees you play AI controlled teams for FIFA Coins.

Gamers have noticed that if you have a few bronze players in your team – and shield the ball with them – the AI will commit a foul when trying to dispossess them.

Furthermore, if you play on the hardest difficulty setting, you earn more money for your troubles and the opposition are ultra-aggressive - a double win.

In theory, all you need to do is keep doing this to get the players sent off – making it far easier to win the game.

It might sound like a bit of a slog to get the team and coins that you want, but with the setting and the goals you'll score against a depleted side, you actually accumulate coins very quickly.

FIFA fans have been raving about this trick since before Christmas and now there are tutorial videos to show you exactly what to do and exactly how it works.

It sure beats spending your own money and opening packs hoping that Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi are going to walk out!

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