slippery field.

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NEVERGIVINGUP
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slippery field.

Post by NEVERGIVINGUP » 15 May 2008, 08:01

i cant play on slippery fields, i always loose my balance when i kick. and i always slip? wat do i do?

ScottyBoy
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Post by ScottyBoy » 15 May 2008, 11:27

buy a pair of football boots :lol:
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Re: slippery field.

Post by Alexio1092 » 15 May 2008, 11:36

NEVERGIVINGUP wrote:i cant play on slippery fields, i always loose my balance when i kick. and i always slip? wat do i do?
Ever considered soft-ground football boots mate? I'm guessing that you're wearing them instead of sneakers to begin with, of course. Soft Ground boots basically have longer metal studs for better grip on slippery surfaces as far as my knowledge really extends on them, we don't really need SG (Soft-Ground) boots in Australia, we don't get rain much, and when it does, the game's called off!!

There are three different types of stud-patterns:
FG - general use for hard/normal ground
HG - used for gravel/dirt fields/grounds, they're quite popular in Germany.
SG - used in the EPL alot, for longer/slicker grass.

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Post by MiKeOnE29 » 19 May 2008, 17:47

Yeah, the blades, FG, are very popular and i expect your wearing them in extremely wet conditions. Really you wanna wear blades in the summer when its really dry and studs, SG, in the winter when the pitches are wet/muddy.

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Post by mint » 19 May 2008, 17:53

get some boots with different types of studs for different conditions, i have adidas f50s and u get different stud sets with them.
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