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Learn to control the ball

with Tadeu Dias,

This fantastic instructional DVD will benefit soccer coaches, soccer players, and soccer parents! Juggling . we have all seen how the "masters" of soccer can keep the ball alive with their feet, thigh, head, and so on . but can this impressive skill: 1) Help performance in the game of soccer?, and 2) Be taught? The answer to both is a definitive "Yes!" Dias demonstrates his juggling skills, and then demonstrates training routines and teaching methods that will aid in learning the mastery of these skills and how the skills can benefit your total game! He also shares his teaching points on ball control, tactical skills, and decision-making using a talented young group of youth soccer players demonstrating while Dias teaches and demonstrates. A great teaching tool.

60 minutes. 2002.


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