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Playin Soccer: KEEP IT SIMPLE – Full Partner Training Session

Awesome Tip: KEEP IT SIMPLE – Full Partner Training Session



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  1. Reply

    In case anyone wants to buy the Replay Station, please use my link as it helps the channel! https://www.quickplaysport.us/#a_aid=CoachJavi

    • Zpsl
    • February 14, 2021
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    Do you stretch before or after a Ur sessio.

  2. Reply

    Check out episode 3 here!
    https://youtu.be/_AQVTCbv3_4

  3. Reply

    Really appreciate the way you explain everything you do.

  4. Reply

    Hey javi…. Ur instagram id is not working….

  5. Reply

    Where's the rebounder you made with your brother a long time ago?

  6. Reply

    Love it

    • E Gon
    • February 14, 2021
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    where is the rebounder from?

  7. Reply

    Great work coach…where did you get that rebounder

  8. Reply

    Where did you get the rebounder?

  9. Reply

    Vc e muito legal

  10. Reply

    Big fan from England

  11. Reply

    Really loving these full training sessions! Keep it up!

  12. Reply

    Keep it simple: I believe creativity is one of the beautiful parts of the game. However, don’t confuse creativity with overconfidence. I was just messing with Georgie during the session but too often I see players try backheels and flicks when they could have easily played it simple. Reserve the flair for when you have no other options. Even the best players know when to use fancy moves vs a simple pass!

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