Iwannagopro's 1v1 tricktionary

Discuss your training routine and techniques you are practicing
iwannagopro
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Okey Dokey lol.
I set up this dictionary of 1v1 moves so you can find a move that you think is cool, or to find the name of a certain move. I set this dictionary up much like how Sputnik set his freestyle one up (regards to Sputnik for inspiring me to make this dictionary, your my idol lol :lol: ). So each entry has the name of the move in alphabetical order in its respective difficulty, I also color-coded the difficulties, here it is.

Easy Tricks
Standard Tricks
Intermediate Tricks
Hard Tricks

One other thing, if you find some fault, or you just made up a new trick, and u filmed it and would like to submit it to the dictionary, feel free to pm me! And the last thing, I'm not sure, but if you can't watch some of the videos, download quicktime for free here http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/win.html. Anyways, here we go!

Easy tricks

-Dummy step
Bring the ball up to the opponent, then make a fake step to the left, and explode to the right, or vice versa.
http://www.strongsoccer.com/Kingdrills/ ... zlunge.avi

-fake kick
Name pretty much says it all. Just try to really sell the move with your body. Most useful when the guy is coming at you fast.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... ck_low.avi

-footroll
Put your foot on the ball and roll it to the other foot. easy but effective if the other person is running at you.
http://www.decatursports.com/video/sidehop.avi

-lunge
This move is like the shoulder drop except done several times.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... ge_low.avi

-Matthews
Simple move, just hit the ball with the inside of the foot twice, then explode out using the outside of the foot.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... ws_low.avi

-shoulder drop
Simply drop your shoulder and pretend you are going one way, then as quickly as you can explode with the ball the other way. Another useful move that can be incorporated with other moves, such as the elastico.
No video

Standard Tricks

-Beckenbauer (rotation shield)
Dribble up to the opponent and cut the ball to the left, turning with the ball so you have your back to the opponent, then cut the ball to the left, again, turning around with the ball, then explode on the left side of the defender, btw this is for a right-footed person.
http://www.decatursports.com/video/shieldturn.avi

-Beardsley
Standing sideways to your opponent, knock the ball from your foot closer to the opponent to the other foot, as the ball comes to the other foot knock it past and explode.
http://www.kclegendssoccer.net/videos/beardsley.mpeg

-The cow (what it is called in brasil)
You kick the ball to one end of the defender and then you run around the defender on the opposite end to meet with the ball. Very useful when running at top speeds.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=vrR9eyAIcOQ

-double cut
Dribble the ball, then hit it off of the inside of one foot, to the other foot, which returns it back to the original foot with the inside of the foot.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... ut_low.avi

-double scissors
Same thing as scissors except after you bring your first foot around, you do it again with the other foot, then explode using the other foot.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... rs_low.avi

-nutmeg
As the opponent approaches, move the ball laterally to open their legs up and tap it through.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... nutmeg.php

-Rivelino
You driblle the ball, then when you come close to your opponent, walk through the ball with both your legs on either side of the ball, then turn around and explode.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... no_low.avi

-scissors
Bring your foot around the ball and then explode with that foot.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... rs_low.avi

-V cut or Puskas move
Push the ball away at a 45 degree angle, then bring it quickly back using your sole and explode the other way.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... as_low.avi


Intermediate Tricks

-The Boukha
A combination of a matthews and a stepover, very effective.
viewtopic.php?t=6124

-Cruyff turn
Fake kick the ball, and tap it behind your other leg as you bring your leg back.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... ff_low.avi

Cruyff turn (variation)
You need to recieve the ball with your opponent to your back. tap the ball back behind you through your legs, then hit it past the opponent with your other foot.
viewtopic.php?t=5882

-elastico (the Ronaldihno, by the way Ronaldihno did not make this move, Rivelino did)
Tap the ball out using your outside of your foot, then quickly hit it back in using your inside part of your foot. Confuses the defender like crazy, highly reccomended for anyone who wants to go far in football.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woL1YaQghRk

-Preki
Roll the ball forwards and to the other side of your body, then step over the ball as it comes, and then chase after it and tap it. Practice until you can do it very fast, otherwise it’s very hard to fool someone with.
http://www.decatursports.com/video/preki.avi

-Sombrero move
Useful if the opponent comes at a pace. Flick the ball past the defender at a height of about half a meter (1.5 feet). Run around them and collect the ball.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... mbrero.php

-360 Spin (Zidane, Garrincha, Maradona)
Roll you foot over the ball as you do a 180 degree turn. As you finish your turn bring your other foot and roll the ball around to be facing your original direction. It should look very smooth.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... 60_low.avi

-reverse scissors
Roll the ball towards your other foot using your sole, and throw the same foot around the ball, while hitting the ball the other way.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... ne_low.avi

-Ronaldo pullback
Roll the ball back with your sole and then toe poke it past the defender and explode.
the move is at 34 seconds http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJ519YQsCow

Hard Tricks

-akka
Advanced version of the elastico, instead of keeping it on the ground you hit the ball into the air, then hit it back while it is in the air. NIce looking move, but elastico is easier and probably better, because you can control it better
http://img147.imageshack.us/img147/3936/akkapa6.gif

-crossover move (outside elastico)
Here’s another move under the elastico family, and an interesting one too. Roll the ball towards your other foot, let it pass through your legs, then bring your foot around your other foot and knock it around the defender.
http://expertfootball.com/training/move ... er_low.avi

-hocus pocus
Beautiful move, big eye opener, even more confusing for the defender than it’s simpler version (elastico). With the ball behind your foot, knock it sideways behind your foot, then as it’s about to go out of range, knock it back in in front of your foot to the other side. Sweet!
viewtopic.php?t=5656

-scotch move
Very nice move, useful to nutmeg an opponent. Heel the ball back, then as it goes back, hit it forward with the instep. Nice.
http://www.expertfootball.com/training/ ... ch_low.avi

-seal dribble
Flick the ball up and juggle it around the players with your head. Really hard but awesome.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYlqql38XkY
Last edited by iwannagopro on 09 Apr 2007, 01:33, edited 7 times in total.

ajc
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For the "beckenbauer" I don't think 140 degrees is correct. I think that might be hard to measure out in a game, lol.

iwannagopro
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lol it wasn't meant to be exact, but i will change it so it doesn't confuse anyone, thanks.

fred-0
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yo, this is pretty good - infct its awesome
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Real_Zidane
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Hey this guide is pretty handy. thanks!
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Jordan Bell
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Great dictionary me laddie :D

Sputnik
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cool dictionary :) ratred five stars as thisll help a load of people :)
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mak9
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please add this move to the list:

-The cow (what it is called in brasil)
You kick the ball to one end of the defender and then you run around the defender on the opposite end to meet with the ball. Very useful when running at top speeds.

Soccer4Life
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mak9 wrote:please add this move to the list:

-The cow (what it is called in brasil)
You kick the ball to one end of the defender and then you run around the defender on the opposite end to meet with the ball. Very useful when running at top speeds.
I've used this before, its very useful! My teammate scored off doing this. However, I'm not sure if this really qualifies as a move/trick, as all you do is kick the ball and run around the defender.

Also, isn't there a reverse elastico or something? I think I read about it somewhere a few days ago...

Jack-of-all-trades
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Please add these moves to the list

I think this is rather a play than a move. Firstly, when facing the defender, test his reaction with faking moves (you name it: stepovers, fake matthews, scissors, lunges, etc). If he reacts to it, then continue doing them until there is an opening between his legs. Next, just nutmeg him. The trick is to fake him out until he open up his legs unconsciously then meg him.

This is the second move. It works best when you are dribbling the ball at high speed. Just start off by testing his reaction with feint move(S). If he falls for it then do feinting moves and then actually let the ball go through his legs on it's own, provided that his legs are opened. The trick is to shift most of his attention on the movement of your legs to an extend that he actually 'forgets' about the ball. The feinting moves could also act to open up his legs. Very risky but if pulled off successfully, it can make someone look really stupid. :D
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Zuhair
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amazing man...really nice tricktionary...
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iwannagopro
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Jack-of-all-trades wrote:Please add these moves to the list

I think this is rather a play than a move. Firstly, when facing the defender, test his reaction with faking moves (you name it: stepovers, fake matthews, scissors, lunges, etc). If he reacts to it, then continue doing them until there is an opening between his legs. Next, just nutmeg him. The trick is to fake him out until he open up his legs unconsciously then meg him.

This is the second move. It works best when you are dribbling the ball at high speed. Just start off by testing his reaction with feint move(S). If he falls for it then do feinting moves and then actually let the ball go through his legs on it's own, provided that his legs are opened. The trick is to shift most of his attention on the movement of your legs to an extend that he actually 'forgets' about the ball. The feinting moves could also act to open up his legs. Very risky but if pulled off successfully, it can make someone look really stupid. :D
Hmmmmm, I'm not sure if I could actually count those as moves, because it is rather a build up of several different kinds of moves... I think I might add on a section called "Trick Moves", where all of the different tricks like Henry's fake kick, and things like above can be put in. Actually expect one coming around next week!

LTDJohn
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Can we have more info on the *Beardsley*?

I see it done in a void, but how is it performed in game please? Any clips/footage?

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iwannagopro
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I don't have any footage of it in a game... but I have used the move. When using it on an opponent, you come up, and then cut back the way you came, but as soon as the ball starts to go back, you tap it far ahead of the opponent and explode. That tap backwards makes the opponent either take a step forward, or just make them off balance if they have slow reactions. That is the moment whne you want to tap past them.

soccerfool2391
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this is really helpful. thanks!

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