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Discuss your training routine and techniques you are practicing
Real_Zidane
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Post by Real_Zidane » 28 Apr 2007, 21:06

I don't have a dog but my neighbors dogs are scared as hell of a moving ball. :lol:
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Post by gnarlyjim » 28 Apr 2007, 21:53

iwannagopro wrote:Yea I read that Ronaldinho practices tricks on his dog. He said it himself on his official website.
Lately however, he's been trying new and old tricks on me because he says I react much more quickly. :lol: :P

... I wish. :)
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Post by Hugh » 29 Apr 2007, 00:06

I do this with my friend's dog all the time and the dog allways makes me look like an idiot, the problem is that they can turn so fast and they're not fooled by fakes and cuts. I still haven't found an effective way to beat Saura yet, but I will.

She's a retriever by the way, I find retrievers will usually go after the ball better than other dogs.

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Post by adnankhan » 29 Apr 2007, 01:25

iwannagopro wrote:How do you get your dog to try and defend? Whenever I try my dog runs away because he doesn't want to get in my way, haha. I want him to do the opposite!
try to do with a guard dog or a big dog...that is the best.......and dont do with u r dog...buz u know he loves u...
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Post by rzadzinski » 29 Apr 2007, 02:31

Real_Zidane wrote:I don't have a dog but my neighbors dogs are scared as hell of a moving ball. :lol:
My neighbours are scared as hell of a moving ball...
"I wear tinted visor not to trick other players, but so hot girls in stands don't see me looking at them."

-Alexander Ovechkin

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Post by EnSoUl » 29 Apr 2007, 03:14

hey hugh I'm hearin what your sayin, in my opinion the logical soloution if they arn't fooled by fakes is to elastico or move the ball aroudn a bit, cryuff turns ect. but I experienced it and rivelino's really work wonders, just a shame he tore up my ball at the end heheh 8)

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Post by scene » 29 Apr 2007, 05:19

this sucks my dog not only takes the ball away from me but chews on it too! :D

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Post by jcdenton » 29 Apr 2007, 08:52

EnSoUl wrote:hey hugh I'm hearin what your sayin, in my opinion the logical soloution if they arn't fooled by fakes is to elastico or move the ball aroudn a bit, cryuff turns ect. but I experienced it and rivelino's really work wonders, just a shame he tore up my ball at the end heheh 8)
i can't fool this dog with elastico, he just stays too close...
i've tried to, but i only felt his teeth around my shin...
still, rainbow is the only 100% sure move for every dog, but it's unfair...
alert me when you find any other...

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Post by EnSoUl » 29 Apr 2007, 09:00

you could just head stall it or something or maybe your dogs to vicious (dunno if thats possible) but yeah I guess you jsut need to practise and it will all get better

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Post by gnarlyjim » 29 Apr 2007, 12:26

jcdenton wrote:alert me when you find any other...
It's a new move I learned. I call it "whistle-and-shake-the-food-dish". Fools my puppy every time and I score as many goals as I want. :lol: :lol:
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Post by h » 29 Apr 2007, 19:48

nice move definitly use that one if u turn pro :wink:

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Post by Hugh » 29 Apr 2007, 19:58

well two moves that I've found very effective are the beckenbaur shield and the maradonna but only if you shield the ball really well on both. Somehow though I feel like it's cheating.

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Post by Mattinho » 01 May 2007, 08:24

It's a really good idea that, practicing with a dog. But I'll not try that because I don't have a dog and I'm a little bit afraid of them, I don't want to get bitten by them. Just one time I've tried to dribble a dog and it ended with me running away from him, and with a little hole in ball :lol:
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Post by Darksp00n » 01 May 2007, 19:01

When i play against my dog, i chip the ball over and when im on the oder site, i try it again :P.
But after the second one he gets behind it and then fake a chip and go around ;)

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Post by gnarlyjim » 02 May 2007, 00:00

Darksp00n wrote:When i play against my dog, i chip the ball over and when im on the oder site, i try it again :P.
But after the second one he gets behind it and then fake a chip and go around ;)
Well, at least one person here is more intelligent than a dog.
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