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Item #196DVD
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Italy's 1994 World Cup keeper breaks down the following skills with clear demonstrations: Cutting angles, getting down quickly, defending breakaways, speed off the line, protecting the near post, distribution and more. Also includes an excellent series of drills to develop these techniques. 60 minutes

Release Date: September 1, 2003

Format: Color, NTSC


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