It looks pretty good, although I have a few possible suggestions. Number one, I think you would benefit from some wall drills
. Just add it for about 15-30 minutes to your normal training. Make sure to use both feet and sides of your body. You should notice improvements pretty quickly from this. Also, if you are an adept juggler (250+ with mainly feet), you probably don't need to work on it more than 15 minutes a day. If you aren't so great, you can practice it more. When I started practicing on my own, all I did was juggling and my control and touch improved quickly. However, after I got better and more consistent, I juggled for shorter lengths of time and I started doing other drills.
As to your problem with decision making during a game, there's no easy way to learn that. Plain and simple. The most common play a defender would make after getting the ball is a quick pass to your winger, but if you see your forward making a run, then play it longer. If you are under pressure, don't hesitate to clear it. That's a million times better than allowing the opposition a chance on goal. One thing that will help you is learning to dribble with your head up. It sounds simple, but it's an element that can make you a very dangerous player. If you always have your head up, you can see everything that's going on and select the best passing option easier. To become aware of how professional players act in certain situations, watch lots of their games. You can learn a lot from experienced players such as them. Make sure that you're really paying attention to the passes they make, and ask yourself why they may have done that, or think if they should have made a different pass. Don't just watch for leisure, watch to gain tactical knowledge.
Your consistency issues will clear up after weeks of practice. Simply don't worry about it because it's hard to speed up the process other than giving 100% in training. Take a look at what expert (the forum administrator) wrote on practice and its link to consistency
. Also look at our maximizing your performance
guide for tons of tips and helpful information to be on key at every game. Just remember than no player on the planet plays their best at every single game. Everyone's bound to be off key every once in a while. As to your question about when you'll see results from practice, I would say after 5-10 hours of work (per skill), you'll see large, noticeable improvements. However, this is dependent on many variables such as the quality of your practice and how good/bad your skill and technique are.