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  1. Learn to control the ball
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Learn to control the ball

Learn ball control Italian style with 60 exercises created to develop, improve and maintain soccer skills. Developed in the youth training programs of the Italian Serie A and has produced some of the best in Italy. Suitable for players of all ages and abilities. These drills can be done solo, in pairs or in groups. Fun exercises will motivate any player. 55 minutes.

Note: Blu-ray discs will only play on a Blu-ray player or Sony PS3. Ball Control standard DVD is #5429.


Aprende a controlar el balón como los italianos con este DVD que incluye 60 ejercicios creados para desarrollar, mejorar y mantener tus habilidades futbolísticas. Desarrollado con base en los programas de entrenamiento para jóvenes de la Serie A italiana,

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