The server makes a lofted pass to the goalie who catches it and throw / punts the ball to the other server who makes a throw – in to the first player in line who dribbles through the cone goal and finishes on goal Also add a defender at the cone goal who can only defend the goal line Adjust spacing depending on the age and ability of the group Each team defends and attacks a goal Players can only take two steps with the ball in their hands Players pass the ball by volleying to their teammates Players cannot wrestle for the ball Team is awarded 2 points if a goal is scored without catching the ball first Player 1 passes to player 2 who receives the ball and attempts to finish on goal with the help of the other two attackers Player 1 follows his pass and becomes a defender who prevents a shot on goal with the help of another defender The sequence is over if a goal is scored or the ball goes out of bounds Teams score by knocking down the cones on the opponents goal line Play 2 vs 2; 4 vs 4, etc. You can also limit the number of touches
Ooops!!! I got it! Hey Calvin Hey, it’s my friend Cobi Jones. He’s really good at soccer He used to play on a team that traveled all around the world. So what brings you to Mutt & Stuff? I heard you guys have a big game today so I came by to wish you all good luck Oh, thanks. We can’t wait for the game And Pixie is extra excited she loves soccer. Hey, do you think you can show the class some of your awesome soccer moves? No problem. Sweet. Let me give me some more room What!? Woah! Wow, that was awesome Remember soccer is all about using your feet. Not your hands, which I don’t think will be a problem for you guys Well Gotta go. Good luck. Everybody. Good luck in the World Pup games! Bye!
It took me having my own personal bout
with injury, you know, that helped me recognize, Okay well, I can’t even play
soccer forever.” One, I need to find a way to be secure
and two, I know there has to be fulfillment within it. The human body is interesting in that
it will adapt to whatever environment it’s put in, you know, so you might think
that you’re OK. You might think that you’re healthy but you’re really kind of
running on like 50 percent. Why aren’t more people nourished? They’re not educated about it
so that’s how the education pillar kind of sprouted up. That’s where the
community and the collaboration became the kind of final, tool and I think the
most important tool, that brought everything together to make Sacred Seeds You know, I had amazing experiences with
students, other athletes and coaches and a lot of people that 10 years later, you
know, I’m running into and can really recognize how they, you know, helped
shaped who I am today I gained a lot of experience when it came to applying
critical thinking. Those courses that applied critical and ethical issues in sport was one of my favorite of courses I remember. That whole process of
invoking thought is something that carried me through my time here at JMU,
then when I left it up until now too.
Barcelona will accept a £77million offer
for Philippe Coutinho this summer, according to reports. Coutinho is on loan at Bayern Munich, but
appears set to be sent back to Barcelona after struggling to produce his best form in Germany. The Daily Express claim Barcelona are so desperate
to offload Coutinho, they have slashed his price tag ahead of the summer window. Barcelona spent £142m to poach Coutinho from
Liverpool mid-way through the 2017/18 season, but shipped him out to the Bundesliga last
summer. And the Catalans are now prepared to take
a massive financial hit by lowering the asking price for Coutinho to £77m. Liverpool were keen on re-signing Coutinho
last summer, but Jurgen Klopp explained the playmaker was too expensive for the Reds. The lowering of Coutinho’s price will be
a big boost to the Brazilian’s suitors. Manchester City, Tottenham, Manchester United,
Chelsea and Liverpool are interested in signing Coutinho and are expected to challenge for
his signature at the end of the season. With Barcelona ready to listen to offers,
a return to the Premier League could appeal to Coutinho.
Billy:In “Finding Football”
we’ll bring you the best
football talents,celebrity musicians,
unique football pitches,and explore the beautiful game
across the globe.We’re in Japan to see how
cooperation, discipline,and intensity have fueled
the meteoric rise
in Asian football.We’ll suit up for the world’s
oldest tekkers game,get schooled by a master
warrior,and later we’ll be joined
by EDM superstar Steve Aokion the set of our very own
Japanese game show.This is the busiest
intersection on Earth.Jezz, it’s mad!
It’s like organized chaos.3,000 people cross these
streets every time
the light changes,but listen…there’s no honking,
there’s no arguing.That’s because here in Japan
people work togetherso the whole group can succeed.It’s the key to their success
in business and in football,but is the Japanese spirit
of cooperationalso holding Japan back
when they get to the World Cup?We’re here to find out more.Floating directly above the
scramble, ten stories
in the airis the amazing Shibuya
Futsal pitch.A testament to both
Japan’s ingenuityand its passion
for the beautiful game.We’re here to take another one
of a kind football pitch
off our bucket list,and to find out more about
Japanese football culturefrom the country’s most famous
football coach.( speaking Japanese )Tom Byer, aka Tom San, is
a native New Yorkerwho set up his first
clinic here in 1989,and has had a front row seatto Japan’s football
transformation ever since.Japan went from not qualifying
for a World Cup in 1998 – and qualify for every World
– Yeah. What changed?
What was the transition? Tom:I think the J League has
had a huge impact on it.I mean, next year’s
the 25 year anniversaryand I’d like to think
that we’ve played
a significant role as well,at least with the youth
development sideto create better
technical players.If you look
at the characteristics
of Japanese players,they’re very good technically.And you know some
of the reasons is because the culture is
conducive to the discipline, the organization is
very systematic.So we develop
very good players.Billy:What did Japan need
to do to win a World Cup?– Win a World Cup–
– This one’s a tie. Well, they need to,
first of all, develop better strikers, but we’re not producing those
really, really top players, especially goal scorers. You know, this a country
where the culture
is much more tuned to following
and conforming, and not really sticking out. Well, it’s safe to say
we wouldn’t do well in these
parts, would we, Bill? ( all laugh )( music playing )Tom:You know, I watch the J
League awards the other nightand every single oneof the players had the exact
same color tuxedo on. So, and I’ll scratch
my head thinking, “Would this really
happen in Europe?” The Japanese have this saying, “The nail that sticks up
gets hammered back down.” Don’t be different,
don’t be unique.Be the same as everyone else
and we move forward together.Jezz:To win a World Cup
you can’t have that mentality.You’ve got to encourage
as well as teamwork. You know, this whole idea,
“The nail that sticks up,
you bang it down” is to basically discourage
individualism. I think that the saying
and the philosophy that the Japanese embrace
in some ways works
incredibly well. How to produce
the next Neymar, Messi, Ronaldo,
you have to breakthat mold in soccer, don’t you,
in football.– Tom, it was an absolute
– No, the pleasureis all mine.Billy:
Japan’s oldest team sport
began 1,200 years agoas a religious ritual in Shinto
temples like this one.It’s called Kemari and it
symbolizes the Japanese questfor cooperation and harmony,and it looks an awful lot
like team tekkers.( music playing )Players are called mariashiand they are Japan’s
So we walk into this shrine
and it’s deadly silent.You wanna play the sport,
but you don’t want
to disrespect the shrine.And then the guy comes overand invites us to play.( music playing )( men cheer ) Billy:
It seemed quite
relaxing to play.Steady, fun,more ceremonial, Jezz.( music playing )What’s it made out of?
Deer– Deer skin. We should find that out
before I hold the ball. Oh! The guys are all
different agesenjoying themselves out here.Jezz:
Still healthy, fit, strong.Billy:
How’s it bouncing? Should we test ourselves
against the pros, Bill? Billy:
We challenged all the guys
to face us in a battle.( speaking Japanese ) Well done! And it comes to the final point. We decide it’s time
to step up our gameand come up with something that
they wouldn’t have seen before.Yeah! Whoo! Thank you, guys. Thank you. I really like it.
I like the outfits,you got lots of movement.It’s kinda like a gatheringamongst mates
and you play like– they didn’t mind
if they lost a point, –they won a point.
– Jezz:There’s more to it,
isn’t there?Billy:Yeah.Jezz, do you know what
type of shrine this is? – It’s a Shinto, isn’t it?
– Exactly, mate. It’s called a…
Shinto. Shinto, this guy.( music playing )Billy:
The Tsukiji Fish Marketemploys over 60,000 people,covers 33 acres
of downtown Tokyoand sells over $5 billion
of fish every year.There’s just fishupon fish, upon fish.( music playing )Billy:
I wanna find some oystersbecause I fancy some
and I’m hungry. Oh, what? I’m up for trying
some of this food. Jezz, what would you say
if I told you that someone paid 500 pounds
for a fish? – That’s a lot of money
for a fish.
– Yeah. Now what would you say
if I told you the fishfor 500 pounds, as in weight,
got sold for $2 million?A tuna.Man, who spent 2 mil
on a tuna? Some G, mate. What is that? Tuna head. Is that a real tuna head? Yeah. There’s something fishy
going around here, Jezz. You’re not laughing at me jokes. Should I scale it down a bit? Look at the size
of them crabs! – Oh, my goodness!
– Wow! Oh, here we go. Here we go. Yeah. ( speaking Japanese ) Mmm. Ah, that’s good. ( speaking Japanese ) That was delicious. ( speaking Japanese ) – Thank you!
– Thank you very much. Jezz:Japan’s culture of
conformity is on full display
on the streets of Tokyowhere legions of gray
dominate the landscape.Billy:But on the streets
of the Harajuku districtsome of the young
people are optingfor an extreme form
of individual expression.Jezz:
These are Harajuku Lolitas.Billy:
This is Misako Aoki.One of the top Harajuku
Lolitas in Japan.Misako:
very famous fashion. Is this only for females
or males as well? ( speaking Japanese ) I’m nearly there. ( speaking Japanese ) Jezz:
Would you say that
dressing up in a costume,it allows you to express
yourself more? ( speaking Japanese ) ( yells ) ( yelling ) Jezz:
So we walk into this dojo
and we see these two guyswho look like proper
ninja warriorsand apparently they do
this thing called Kendo,which is like
modern-day samurai.So, we’re expecting
big things here.And we stood there
watching and thenwhat happens is
about as underwhelmingas you could possibly imagine.
Isn’t it, Bill?They’ve done that
to lure us in because we started thinking,“Give me the outfits!
Give me the samurai!I’m gonna take
this geezer down.”Okay, I’m worried
about this part, but I’ll give it a go. ( speaking Japanese ) Billy:I mean, the sport is
totally individual.It’s all about your
own performance,but getting dressed for the
sport takes about 12 people.Let’s be real with it.I’m gonna let the boss do it
’cause I haven’t got a clue
what’s going on here. I feel quite privileged
getting dressed up
by the sensei. Once he started– Look at Jezz.
He’s got the full outfit on
and then he’s got– Come on! Jezz:
I’m thinking I fancymy chances.
I’ll always back myself. ( speaking Japanese ) – I can’t really go down.
– ( speaking Japanese ) No, no. Small, small, small,
small, small. ( speaking Japanese ) – Billy: Okay, yeah, yeah.
– No. Billy:
So, there’s us.Thinking that
we got the tekkerswith the flip technique. ( speaking Japanese ) We’re thinking
we’re the sensei’s.We were about to get schooled.( speaking Japanese ) Billy:
And then the sensei moves
to the sideand in walks Mr. Gladiator,
Mr. Muscle,Iron Man, stroke Karate Kid
all in one.( yelling ) No! ( grunts )You’re thinking I’ll flank him
but really I’m thinking
I’m stalling this.So you thought I’d hit backbut really I was just trying
to not get hit.It ain’t over. Let’s do this. And I’m looking at him
thinking, “Yes, it is over. Don’t carry this on.” ( laughs )
Ow! ( groans ) I reckon if we done a couple
of months intensive
training out here. Still no chance.( music playing )( shouting ) Billy:
I’m done!( music playing )Steve Aoki, DJ superstar,is a first generation
Japanese Americanwith deep roots
to his parents’ homeland.His dad was a nail who refused
to get hammered downand left Japan to create
Benihana’s restaurant.( music playing )Steve will join us on the set
of our very own
Japanese game show,but first no trip here
would be completewithout visiting Tokyo Tower.The site of so many
epic battlesbetween King Kong
and Mechani-Kong,Godzilla and Mothra,Gamera and Super Gyaos,and Godzilla and Monster X.But today it’s the site
of an epic tekkers displaybetween Billy Wingrove
and Jeremy Lynch.( music playing )One thing that’s crazy
and kind ofcontradicting Japanese culture
is their game shows.They’re totally whacky.Exactly the reason
why we’re doing this here.We’ve created our own game show. Woman:It’s the F2 Variety Hour
with special guest Steve Aoki.Welcome to Japan! Ha! Ha! Ha! Baseball. ( speaking Japanese ) Let’s play. Now Steve’s got
to ask us questions, if we get it wrong…
whack! – Yeah!
– Okay. ( speaking Japanese ) Steve: All right. – ( speaking Japanese )
– No. Come on,
you got this one. This is an easy one. You deserve
to get whacked on the head – if you don’t get this one.
– What– Like– – ( speaking Japanese )
– No. – I know this one.
– Hmm. ( mimics clock ticking ) Okay, I’m gonna say…
Belgium? White and red. Fine, I’ll take it. I’m going eight. – Steve: Go, go hard.
– Don’t go hard, Jezz. – Oh!
– ( laughter ) – Steve: You know this one!
– I know this. – I know this.
– I know you–
Everyone knows this. You make it worse
’cause you make us feel so bad. Three, two, one. Both: Time out! – Interview time!
– Yeah, okay! ( speaking Japanese ) Steve, the theme
of our episode is the nail that sticks out
gets hammered down. Is that something
in the Japanese culture
that you can relate to? Yeah, I’ve seen that a lot where a group needs
to rise together. And I love that kind
of camaraderie. And in America
it’s definitely, like, about individuality,
and I feel like my father, he had that Japanese ethic and he was able
to do something very unique. I’m just proud to see my father do
the sticking up in that regard. As I raise my children, I’m gonna have
that same philosophy of you’re gonna learn and fail and learn
from your failures. What makes a Steve Aoki show
a Steve Aoki show? That’s something I ask myself
all the time.And it’s a trial
by error situationwhere I’ll bring a new element
to the show.I gotta do different things that embody that song
or embody that moment. And then I just put
my set together, and I’ll also go, “Okay
at this song I’m gonna
spray some champagne, this song I’m gonna pull out
my raft and then raft
on the crowd.” It is like playing
football. You’re thinking
about a move, – Yeah.
– you know, six steps ahead. And think beyond
a Steve Aoki show that’s what makes
a good DJ a good DJ is being able to read the crowd. ‘Cause you wanna keep
elevating and amplifying this emotional kind of musical
story you’re playing out. So ’cause I want people
to leave going, “I was at a Steve Aoki show and
I, like, I can’t forget it – ’cause I have cake
all over my face.
– Yeah, yeah, yeah. Hey, guys!
Hey, guys! ( shouting ) Food or football! Yeah! – You choose and you eat!
– Wow! So we have to choose
food or football. And some of them are real food
and some of them are not food. No touch!
No touch! No touch! – No touch.
– No touch! Whoo! – Food.
– Really? – Ah!
– Ah. Ah! ( speaking Japanese ) It’s coffee. – Coffee.
– I’m gonna take… – this one. Food, food, food.
– ( speaking Japanese ) Ah. ( groans ) Definitely not food. – I’m gonna go for the couple
– ( speaking Japanese ) – ( speaking Japanese )
– I’m saying these are food. Ah. ( speaking Japanese ) – Ah.
– Ah. Wow! Wow, look at this!
This is food. That’s quite– that’s
quite nice that cake. Whoa! It’s actually
really hard. – Ah!
– Let me– let me eat this part. Yeah. It tastes chewing gum
almost like taffy. ( speaking Japanese ) Football. Ah. ( speaking Japanese ) Nice little crunch
to that. Shin pad. It’s football. – Steve.
– Well, I gotta go
with the trophy. Trophy, okay. Ah! Impossible. I’m looking at this. I know we can’t touch it. ( speaking Japanese ) No touch! ( all yelling ) Relax, relax, relax. – No touch!
– No touch! That is real.
That is 100%. I know what you’re gonna do! – If you eat.
– Right. No, ’cause I’m gonna put it
in my mouth and he’s gonna… Yeah, now look
he’s trying to– ( laughter ) Ah. Boo! ( speaking Japanese ) Yeah, that’s definitely real. ( speaking Japanese ) ( horn blares ) ( speaking Japanese ) – Let’s do it!
– ( speaking Japanese ) ( cheering ) We’re ready!
We’re ready! ( speaking Japanese ) ( all exclaiming ) – Jezz: Oh, my God.
– Billy: They’re targets. ( speaking Japanese ) Billy:
Yeah, right. ( speaking Japanese ) Okay!
( cheers ) Go, Billy! Go, Billy!
Go, Billy! One point!
Yeah, one point! Yeah! Hey! Go! Two points!
Two points! Three points! Three points! Oh, four points! Eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one! Finish! Yes! Man:Are you ready?– I’m ready.
– Okay! Oh! Close. Oh! Yeah! Oh! – Yeah.
– Point! ( speaking Japanese ) ( speaking Japanese ) Oh! – Come on!
– Oh! Six, five, four, three, two, one! Finish! Man: Last challenger! Steven! – ( speaking Japanese )
– Yes, yes. – Bonus.
– Bonus time! No, this is so–
No! No! No! ( speaking Japanese ) Hey! Come on, Steven! Oh! Oh! Made one. Hey. Okay, that’s better,
that’s better. Yeah! Oh! Oh, direct target. ( speaking Japanese ) Thank you! We’ve had an amazing time
in Japan. Billy:We took our tekkers
to a shrine and played Kemari.Jezz:
We tried Kendo,
where we got hammered down.Billy:
And then we met up
with Steve Aoki.A superstar who’s ambition and
creativity lead to his success.Together we came up with a
football Japanese game show.Japan are a rising power
in the world of football. And we wish the Blue Samurai
nothing but success
in the future. – Steve Aoki, you legend,
it’s been an absolute honor.
– Thank you, guys. – And thanks to the guys
– Thank you! – Thank you.
– In the meantime, all that remains
to be said is… Both:
Love, peace, and tekkers.( music playing )all: Oh! Billy:Next time
on “Finding Football”…Jezz:We’re gonna be taking
ourselves right outside
of our comfort zones.and head into Rio de Janeiro.–Cool!
–Yeah.– Let’s get out of here.
– It’s not safe, it’s not safe. Billy:Look at this!This is giving me goose bumps.Oh!Love, peace,
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Hello and welcome to a new Video, today I got a exclusive package with some official game balls which I bought on Ebay, the package is worth about 2000 Euro. Which balls are in, you’re about to see now! Have fun watching! After unwrapping the whole thing, let’s get started with the first ball! This is the U21 football of the European Championship in Sweden. Most of you didn’t know, at the U21 in Sweden in 2009, Manuel Neuer, Boateng, Höwedes, Hummels Khredira and Özil have played for Germany, the World Championship Winner of 2014 were active and scored their goals with this football. Definetly a must have! The ball is called Adidas Terrapass and is worth about 300 Euros not to mention the collectors prize Let’s see what’s next, I grab or the bottom, this is the football of the European Championship in Austria and Switzerland. This is the Adidas Europass Gloria. I guess the Pros will know this ball, a few personal words. I think the ball is very well made because it has the classical design of black and white (silver) They just interpreted it new, the silver upper looks even better in real. A ball you should get your hands on! It is very impressive. It’s worth about 300 Euros, more with original packaging, but we will get to that later. The upper is slightly knobbed, as you know it from later models, but we will get to that. Let’s get to the next ball, it is the same ball, but in original packaging, even more rare. The balls are only sold on ebay, so they are limited because they are not longer fabricated. Here you can see the date of production, it is 11.07 so November 2007 Here you can see the PSC structure or texture, in my opinion a perfect for knuckleballs On the back you can see a few legends, Lampard, Ballack, David Villa and their quotations on the ball As I said, the ball is perfect for knuckleballs and curveballs, it has a good speed, my recommendation for every YouTuber who gets their hands on it. The next ball is, the Adidas Teamgeist as you can read here. This is the official game ball of the World Championship 2006 in Germany It was one of the first balls with the new paddle form, as you can see on the drawing It has been glued and has a smooth upper, which made the ball more attackable in midair so it knuckled more often than it’s predecessors. And it got it’s first critics because of the instability in flight and shot, there had been discussions but they weren’t as hard as in the future, I will get to that in a moment. In my opinion a really good ball, it has a lot of classical elements, like that black and white coloring Which get’s even more elegant with that golden implementations. On the Top the legends again, Kaka, David Beckham and Michael Ballack The ball got pretty rare, there is also a final version which is even more rare, this is the normal one In original packaging I would guess it’s worth about 350 Euro. On the top you can see the pitches of the WC2006, a ball to look up to! Let’s get to the models which are a little more famous. The 2010 model, this is the Adidas Jabulani the official WC2010 game ball, played in South Africa The ball has a long history, it was the first ball which had the wobbling effect, wobbling problem it was extrem discusses by keepers and players, at the WC2010 The media has reported and shown that with the right shooting technique you can affect the ball to change directions, multiple times. We had some freekick Videos to it. This had been our firs freekick Videos back then. A few personal words, you can see the production date, it says 09.09 so it has a few years passed. In my opinion the ball is almost perfect, on the one hand the design, with the colored applications it fits perfect for Southafrica, also the big paddles, it looks way better, new modern. My favorite ball I would say, buyable for money! And this is only beaten by the next ball! It is the Jo’bulani, hopefully I’m saying this right. This ist the final game ball of Southafrica, the WC2010 As you can see it is, 1on1 the same ball just has a different look It has a golden design, white/gold, it’s more rare because it is the final WC game ball Like the others you can only get it on ebay! By that it has it’s collectors prize, I would guess 400-450 Euro, depending on the condition of the ball You can see the structure is a little different if you compare it, just scroll back the video. The structure of the panels is more elongated, it should prevent the ball from wobbling in midair As you all know the opposite happened! The design is fitting for a final! Like I said, gold for the winner! FIFA Quality we see here, the symbol of high quality standards. I have to say that the match balls, the more expensive game balls, around 100 Euro If you buy them new, they last a lot longer than the replica or training balls When you get your hands on one of them, or has the money should go for it! With this you can be sure to last the next 4 to 5 years We only lost one game ball, hitting a fence an splitting it, but that’s it! What I want to know from you, which football, of the ones I showed you in this video do you like the most? Write your answer in the comments below, thanks for watching. I hope you liked it, stay sporty and see you next time!