Futsal video

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pickyourheadup
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I've been watching a lot of futsal videos lately and this one is probably my favorite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vhms-eT ... re=related

I especially love the double scissor to pull-across-the-body move from 4:21 - 4:40.

I also like these videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iPbFxgrr4Y
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m08SysSU ... re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54C9xvxC ... re=related
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D10
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If you like futsal videos and watching moves in games, check out mine! These that you posted are great!

brasil_soccer9
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I have been watching many futsal videos lately as well. Those videos are nice, I have watched all of them before except for the Zidane one. I love watching Falcao futsal videos, especially the last video he does his moves so clean and smooth.

D10 I watched your futsal video. You got great skill man. How did you get your ball control to be that good, any specific training?

panchester07
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dude I gotta admit d10 you've got some really nice moves. i got a nicer touch though ;).. hehe

you play more futsal or more 11 v 11?

also how do you make the transition from cleats to indoor shoes? do you have any troubles?
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D10
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brasil_soccer9 - It just comes down to practice, practice and more practice. I love to play, I love moves, I used to dribbling in between cones a lot when I was younger and constantly turn and twist, practice stepovers and basic moves a lot. As I got older, football changed and so did the moves, there is a lot more to learn! So like I did then, I went out and practiced all these moves, nothing specific just repetition.

panchester07 - I play both, 11v11 and fustal. I find no problem with the transition, often when I practice I will take both pairs of shoes with me and I swap them constantly. So not to get used to one or the other, this way I can use a small bit of what I would in futsal on the pitch, obviously your not going to be doing moves like this as regularly on a pitch, sometimes you might not get the chance in a game, however when the time comes then your prepared.

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