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Postby Falcao » 06 Nov 2006, 14:20

soccerchild7 or something. if you cant juggle over 50 then dont start with
that guide right now. start juggling a bit. you need first to become friend with the ball.

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Postby Falcao » 06 Nov 2006, 14:23

when i juggle i don't use tennis ball. i use a 3'er ball.
but tennis ball is better.
the smaller ball you juggle with, the better ball control you get.

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Postby Soccer4Life » 06 Nov 2006, 21:54

Ummm... Falcao, why did you post 3 separate posts? Next time you can just edit your post if there is something you feel needs to be added :wink:

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Postby iwannagopro » 06 Nov 2006, 22:11

Soccer4Life wrote:Ummm... Falcao, why did you post 3 separate posts? Next time you can just edit your post if there is something you feel needs to be added :wink:


maybe he was feeling schizophrenic :P
Anyways great guide Jdefoe, i use it a lot.
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Postby gunnerz23 » 06 Nov 2006, 22:32

this is a sweet guide. Im definetly using it in my training ! :D
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Postby gnarlyjim » 04 Jan 2007, 23:38

So far, I think I've used at least one thing from this guide everyday.
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Postby Lexo797 » 05 Jan 2007, 00:26

Hey really nice guide man. Great work!

For the winter part, I don't know what to say. It's "winter" here in Toronto but the temperature hasn't dropped below 0 yet. Today, it was 10 degrees with sun. Even if it is "winter" my friends and I go out and play football every day. :)

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Postby newpele » 20 Jul 2007, 15:53

exactly what kind of touches do you do with the tennis ball, the question still needs to be answered.

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Postby Soccer4Life » 20 Jul 2007, 16:11

newpele wrote:exactly what kind of touches do you do with the tennis ball, the question still needs to be answered.

It doesn't matter! The point is that you are getting touches in general. They could be juggles, random dribbling, or inside-outside. Don't worry about following the program exactly how it is. If you don't understand a move, make one up, or follow it as best as you can. It doesn't matter if what you're doing is how it's intended in the guide or not. The point is that you're being creative and getting touches on the ball.

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Postby rzadzinski » 21 Jul 2007, 01:50

Football demands creativity, as Soccer4Life said. You are going nowhere with football if you're a robot. Any touch on the ball helps. We aren't robots are we??
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Postby gnarlyjim » 21 Jul 2007, 04:14

rzadzinski wrote:Football demands creativity, as Soccer4Life said. You are going nowhere with football if you're a robot. Any touch on the ball helps. We aren't robots are we??


... nope. I'm not a robot at least.

Soccer4life wrote:It doesn't matter!


Wow.. Soccer4life's getting pissed! :lol:
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Postby rzadzinski » 21 Jul 2007, 04:16

gnarlyjim wrote:
rzadzinski wrote:Football demands creativity, as Soccer4Life said. You are going nowhere with football if you're a robot. Any touch on the ball helps. We aren't robots are we??


... nope. I'm not a robot at least.

Soccer4life wrote:It doesn't matter!


Wow.. Soccer4life's getting pissed! :lol:


Stop lying! :lol:

It's just that you always have to be creative and not just play a planned mode you know...
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Postby Soccer4Life » 21 Jul 2007, 19:23

gnarlyjim wrote:
Soccer4life wrote:It doesn't matter!


Wow.. Soccer4life's getting pissed! :lol:

Ha ha :lol:

That's not how I was trying to come out as, but the program itself doesn't need to be followed step by step (I'm not saying you can't, though). It's the concept of the program (getting in lots of touches, moves, fakes, and turns in a short amount of time) that you should follow.

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Postby rzadzinski » 22 Jul 2007, 04:23

Soccer4Life wrote:
gnarlyjim wrote:
Soccer4life wrote:It doesn't matter!


Wow.. Soccer4life's getting pissed! :lol:

Ha ha :lol:

That's not how I was trying to come out as, but the program itself doesn't need to be followed step by step (I'm not saying you can't, though). It's the concept of the program (getting in lots of touches, moves, fakes, and turns in a short amount of time) that you should follow.


Fine!




....frustrated! :evil:
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Postby Soccer4Life » 22 Jul 2007, 16:22

rzadzinski wrote:
Soccer4Life wrote:
gnarlyjim wrote:
Soccer4life wrote:It doesn't matter!


Wow.. Soccer4life's getting pissed! :lol:

Ha ha :lol:

That's not how I was trying to come out as, but the program itself doesn't need to be followed step by step (I'm not saying you can't, though). It's the concept of the program (getting in lots of touches, moves, fakes, and turns in a short amount of time) that you should follow.


Fine!




....frustrated! :evil:

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