how to pass experienced defenders....

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how to pass experienced defenders....

Post by latino_JLP » 04 Dec 2006, 21:36

i know all about when the right oppertune moments to use tricks, but recently when playing for provincial, i met somone who is a really experienced defender, people say he has never been deked or passed before without the other person getting hurt in the process, i tried but i couldnt get passed him no matter what move i tried, and that has never happened to me be before, EVER, i need to be the first one to do it, but how? he seems to know everything on how to counter moves, iv'e never met somone like this, and its been on my mind ever since, what do i do? Any advice or tricks i can use people?....

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Post by evaristo0 » 04 Dec 2006, 21:52

maybe if u ask to any of his friends, or you could also try to play more 1vs1 against him, untill you discover a way.
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Post by scene » 05 Dec 2006, 04:25

i know what you mean, and ive met plenty of great defenders. like at first its really hard and you dont know what to do, but my way is just to go back to basics. first i see if im faster, and i beat them with my tricks at full speed. remember you can also make a quick cut, it may not be fancy but it works. if your not faster try to see if the defender tends to rely on one of their feet. ive noticed that a lot of defenders can tackle great with their right but like crap with their left. if all else fails sorry bro pass the ball :D

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Re: how to pass experienced defenders....

Post by expert » 05 Dec 2006, 05:56

Good defenders are hard to beat. If a defender is containing you patiently you can't go around him with skills alone. You have to mislead him, you have to make him come at you, rather than vice versa.
Rather than thinking "I'll try move x next time I'm facing him" you should really focus on the defender's footing, the way his body is turned, etc... as you approach him, examine his body stance and look for weaknesses.
Never leave the ball overexposed. If you feel the defender closing down on you, try to release or shield the ball.
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Post by Real_Zidane » 05 Dec 2006, 15:08

You also need a hell of a lot of confidence along with what expert said. Don't try anything too fancy unless you can get it 100/100 times.
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Post by peps1154 » 06 Dec 2006, 01:37

Well If you are good enough maybe you schould show the defender the ball. That way he will come and try to get it and you can just knick it past him. I find this very effctive, you would not believe how many people bite on it, besides Iv seen Henry do it allot.

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Post by Falcao » 06 Dec 2006, 13:58

EXPERT U SAID IT MAN!
you have to make the defender come on you, or else it's really hard to
dribble someone, unless you do a really good feint.
but you cant dribble when you dont want to, and if you really want to dribble
then you can do it.

do you think players like Ronaldihno, Falcao dribble when they want?
they dribble when they have to, and when their heart is saying yes.
if you dont belive with heart, you cant do anything.

latino_jlp try to play the defender in a game, take with some friends, but
when dribbling him you need to be patient, wait till the defender gets unbalanced, but to make him unbalanced do feints with your body
like Ronaldinho, he dances samba.

what is the point to dribble when you got passing options?
OTHER TEAM MATES WAITING FOR THE BALL!

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Post by evaristo0 » 06 Dec 2006, 21:26

Falcao wrote:

like Ronaldinho, he dances samba.
he does?
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Post by fir_nev » 07 Dec 2006, 08:57

Just use Ur speed to go past him. Well, if he is faster, then, U'll have to play passing game to slowly beat the whole of the defence.
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Post by G-Unit-Freestyler » 07 Dec 2006, 09:52

Falcao wrote:and when their heart is saying yes.
if you dont belive with heart, you cant do anything.
How does that work? :?
Falcao wrote:like Ronaldinho, he dances samba.
:?

Not in the game he doesn't :\

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Post by Falcao » 07 Dec 2006, 11:51

you got to belive in yourself, and use ur brain when your playing, doesnt come
just from skills
and yes ronaldinho does dance samba when he plays, havent you seen
his feet's when he is playing? if not your blind mate. and when he puts his and
hand up while dribbling, and starts to dance/feint with his feet's.

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Post by *~El Maestro~* » 07 Dec 2006, 17:58

do you think players like Ronaldihno, Falcao dribble when they want?
Pretty confident if you are putting yourself in the same sentence as Ronaldinho.
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Post by Falcao » 07 Dec 2006, 18:17

confident?
you dont know if im good or not, at least i play for a team :wink:
i dont like to get big headed, so thats all im gonna say

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Post by G-Unit-Freestyler » 07 Dec 2006, 18:42

Falcao wrote:you got to belive in yourself, and use ur brain when your playing, doesnt come
just from skills
and yes ronaldinho does dance samba when he plays, havent you seen
his feet's when he is playing? if not your blind mate. and when he puts his and
hand up while dribbling, and starts to dance/feint with his feet's.
Go show me a clip where he dances the samba with the ball at his feet in a game. No Pepsi ads or any other type of ad and why dont we just see who's the blind man...

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Post by iwannagopro » 07 Dec 2006, 22:26

*~El Maestro~* wrote:
do you think players like Ronaldihno, Falcao dribble when they want?
Pretty confident if you are putting yourself in the same sentence as Ronaldinho.
Hey mate I think when he said Falcao he was talking about the futsal player falcao, not himself.

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