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A collection of fun games and drills. Each fun game follows the S.I.M.P.L.E. soccer philosophies allowing players to improve their soccer skills and techniques with multiple touches of the ball. At practice you can choose to play games featuring dribbling, passing, kicking, turning, control, and shielding techniques in a fun, positive, uplifting environment!

Coach Dean Jacobs is a fresh and exciting talent who has represented profesional soccer teams in America and England. He has been inspired to produce this coaching DVD, making each game 'easy to follow' and ideal for all soccer coaches.

Simple Soccer Fun Games Include: Rumble in the Jungle, King of the Ring, Dalmatian Puppies and many more....

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Printable copies and breakdown of EACH fun game. Just put the DVD in your computer and print!

Sneak Peak of Simple Soccer's DVD Catalogue

(146 mins.)

Release Date: March 1, 2007

Format: NTSC


Una colección de 21 juegos divertidos y taladros cada uno creado para ayudar a los jugadores mejorar sus habilidades y técnicas del fútbol. Elija los taladros que son mejores para te y tu equipo. El entrenador Dean Jacobs ha hecho este DVD fácil de seguir

Soccer was first played as an official Olympic competition in 1908. Great Britain won the Gold that year. Mexican goalkeeper Antonio Carbajal played in five consecutive World Cups (1950-66). Landon Donovan is the only four-time winner of the Honda Player of the Year award, which is given by sports media to the best player on the US Men's National Team. Real Madrid has won the Champions League/European Cup 9 times, more than any other club. Substitutions were allowed for the first time in the 1970 World Cup.