Pakistan Vs Afghanistan Warmup Match
Pakistan Vs Afghanistan Warmup Match
Okay, No. 8. Wait, is that No. 11? The playmaker. He’s good. My name is Juan, No. 11. I’m an attacking midfielder. (Sports ad model) We have been working with pro players… (Picked as Manchester United sub for Alex Sanchez) Juan got recruited to play in the highest level. (Could he play in the Premier League?) (All the goals scored came from his kicks) (Playmaker of Chelsea Rovers) I don’t need Ronaldo. Juan! (Owner and board members have Juan fever) Hey, Juan! (One player sticks out among them) Juan, let’s go! Juan, I love you! – We’re filming live. / – Let’s go! It’s live right now. Juan is so awesome. (No. 11, Position: Midfielder) (Video analysis continues) The atmosphere is great. The youngest is a bit big. He needs to diet… He looks to be in good shape. – Having size is good. / – He’s kind of big. I like that kind of body. Like Lukaku. (What?) He’s really got some weight on him. I saw his upper body, but now seeing a full shot… I think I saw him at the bar too. He looks so much different than Lukaku. When they’re fighting for the ball… – Jason. / – Jason. Jason is good at defense. (Tee-hee) (Weighty youngest member off the field) (Loving soccer at age 18) (Even in the tense locker room) (Brimming with energy) (I’m the life of the party) (No. 6: Jason, Position: Defender) He’s so cute. – He is, huh? / – He is. How much do you practice per day? They train by themselves 3-4 times a week. Then we have one practice together per week. Oh, one practice together. Because of the rental fee. And they all live in different areas. They’re busy trying to make a living, too. (Financial consultant) I work on a night training running to different parts of Scotland. (John Choi / College administrative staff) (Juan / Soccer coach) I coach little kids from 5-12 years old. (Kevin / College student) (Also working part-time) What I want? If I could quit my job and play football and get paid, that would be a dream.
I’m here today to show you two examples of driving nets
and show you the differences between the two along with the reasons why you should
purchase the best one. over here to the left we have a plastic
mesh driving net which has recently
emerged again on the market and is a very very cheap option and can be very very dangerous as if you catch the surface on
an abrasive material, for example brick or twigs they can actually make a hole in the
surface which can open up like this. On your right here is the Links Choice
driving net. As you can see a slightly bigger but not that’s not the main point of the
driving net, the main point is the quality. The high quality of the rope that’s used
in the net. It’s very very durable through all weather
conditions unlike the plastic netting on your left. We did actually used to stock this this
net on the left but the amount to returns and
complaints that we had were just unnecessary and since switching to this more durable rope netting we’ve had
less than one percent returns.
When they closed the casket, that was finality for me
and I just lost it then. Yeah. No parent should have to bury
their child. JON FRANKEL:Tonya Wilson
and Martin McNairwere the parents of 19-year-old
Jordan McNair.Jordan was a football star.So highly regarded coming out
of high schoolthat he was offered
full scholarshipsby nearly two dozen
big-time football colleges.He was unsure of where to play,
until his family got a visitfrom the head coach
at the University of Maryland,who made them a promise.He promised that, you know, he would treat Jordan as if
Jordan was one of his kids, and make sure nothing happens
to him and make sure he’s okay. -Did you take him at his word?
-Of course. FRANKEL:
Jordan bought in too,and committed to play
for Maryland.Two years later, he’d be dead.It happened during an intensive
conditioning session in May,in which he and his teammates
were made to run sprintsof more than 100 yards over,
and over, and over.Jordan began to struggle,
then began having a seizure.He was rushed to the hospital
with heat stroke.His body temperature?
106 degrees.We went from… here’s a healthy kid
Tuesday morning, to… You talkin’ about
a liver transplant Wednesday afternoon. And we’re still trying
to grapple with, “Well, wait a minute.
What happened?” I didn’t even know
what a heat stroke was. FRANKEL:For two weeks,
doctors tried to save Jordan.But one by one,
his organs began to shut down.Jordan was extremely sick,
extremely sick. Superman couldn’t have came out
of that. We had to make a decision. The machines that he was on
was keeping him alive at that point, and… and there was nothing else
we could do. That was it. FRANKEL:Jordan McNair’s death
was tragic.But in the world
of NCAA Football,it was nothing new.Since the year 2000,thirty players have diedas a result
of college football workouts.Thirty.That’s nearly two dead players
every year.♪ (THEME SONG PLAYS) ♪
Please like and subscribe! Are you ready to learn La Croqueta? La Croqueta is a great skill. It allows
you to trick the defender, as well as protect the ball. See? It’s super easy. Once you get the hang of this drill, try it in motion. Watch me closely. Are you ready for the next drill? Let’s practice La Croqueta on a
defender. Let’s try La Croqueta in a real match. Now you know La Croqueta! After I train hard, I play hard. Off to the Adventuredome! Let’s go guys! Thanks for watching! See you soon. If you like this video, please like/subscribe. And…
Saturday October 19th – Ryu’s Soccer Journal Good Morning. Today is Saturday, which
means I have a soccer match! My team is in first place right now. We are 5 and 0.
We will be going against the Tigers. Tigers are in second place. I’ll try my
best to win! Let’s get some breakfast. the game has begun. I was able to score
the first goal. Tigers players were big and strong. But we fought back stronger! I scored five goals. We won 9 to 4!
We are still undefeated. if you like this video please like/subscribe. And…
Hey guys, this is Mark Lavery with Spila Soccer
Services. Thanks so much for checking out the video. Today we’re going to be teaching
you guys how to juggle. I just want to point out that this is a video for beginners. If
you’re advanced, you know, or already know how to juggle, then this video might not help
you out that much. It’s part one of a three part series, so for all of you guys that want
to just learn how to juggle a soccer ball, then this is going to be the perfect video
for you. Juggling is the most important skill a soccer player can have in my opinion. I
truly believe that players that know how to juggle will be more confident on the field,
and that confidence leads to better shots, better passes, and you lose the ball a lot
less so you instantly become more valuable to your team. This video is not doing to help
players that already know how to juggle, so if you do, then you might want to check out
one of our later videos, but if you have no clue how to juggle, or if you’re just starting
out playing soccer and you want to learn, then this is the video for you. Alright guys,
I’m going to start by explaining proper technique before we even get into the drills. First
I’m going to show you guys what not to do so that you know what to avoid. The first
example is having your toes down, and your ankle soft, or not “locked.” As you can see
when your toes are down and your ankle isn’t locked the ball is almost impossible to control.
It either won’t bounce back up where you want it to, or it’s going to move forward away
from your body. The second example of bad technique is when your toes are pointing too
far up. Even though your ankle is “locked” since your toes are pointing too far upwards,
when you make contact with the ball it’s going to bounce back into your leg or your body.
The last example of poor technique is when you bring your foot behind your body to kick
the ball. It is possible to juggle like this, but it’s going to be a lot harder to maintain
control or the ball. Alright, now lets focus on the right way. First, you want to make
sure your toes are slightly up and your ankle is firm, or “locked.” As you can see in the
clip, my toes are slightly up, my ankle is locked, and my knees are slightly bent to
help with balance. As you guys start learning to juggle pay attention to these techniques,
but also pay attention to the rotation of the ball. If your technique is good, then
the ball should either have backspin or very little spin at all. Now I’m going to show
some basic drills you can do as you start learning to juggle. These drills all build
on each other, so it’s important that you master each drill before moving on to the
next one. As you learn to juggle I recommend that you start the ball from your hands. So,
in the first drill you’re going to start the ball from your hands, drop it and let it bounce,
kick it back up to your hands and catch it. You want to make sure the ball is coming right
back up to your chest, and you’re not having to chase the ball. I recommend trying to do
ten perfect reps with your dominant foot and then ten perfect reps with your weaker foot.
You can also try and do thirty seconds on each foot and the move on. In drill two start
the ball from your hands, drop the ball, let it bounce, and then kick it up with your dominant
foot letting it bounce in between every touch. You want to focus on making sure the ball
stays below your waist, and directly in front of your body. Make sure you keep your knees
bent so you’re able to move your feet a little bit if you do take a bad touch. It’s okay
to move your feet just try to stay under control. Try to complete twenty perfect reps with each
foot, or try to go thirty seconds on each side without messing up. Once you’ve completed
the reps challenge yourself to try to walk forward with the ball as it’s bouncing and
then backwards. In the last drill for today we’re going to start the ball from our hands,
drop it and let it bounce, and then alternate feet. It’s very similar to drill two except
instead of doing one foot at a time, you’re getting used to alternating your feet each
touch. Try to complete twenty perfect reps with each foot which is forty touches total,
or you can try to go for forty five seconds without messing up. Thanks so much for watching
guys I really appreciate it. This is part one of a three part series, so make sure you’re
all on the lookout for part two. It should be out in a couple of days. You guys need
to make sure you’re mastering these things that we worked on today before you move on
to part two. That’s the best way to learn to juggle. Don’t just skip ahead…it’s not
going to help you, and it’s only going to make the process longer in the long run. So,
again, if you guys enjoyed the video make sure you like, comment, subscribe, and share
the video with your friends. Thanks again, guys.
Welcome to my Holiday Special episode! Welcome to L.A. Galaxy camp! There are many famous players that played for L.A. Galaxy. Ibrahimovic David Beckham And Robbie Keane. I was the youngest kid at the soccer camp. The coach was teaching us how to control the ball. He asked who can do it. I was the only one that raised my hand. Look, I’ll show you how it’s done. And then we practiced passing. I’m supposed to knock the ball off the cone. Good aim, ha? Here we do one versus one drills. I used La Croqueta to trick a defender. Scrimmage time. We have to score in between these two cones. On day three we did technique training and shooting practice. I did my best to dominate. Let’s take a little break before the final scrimmage. I was the only attacker on my team. I had a big 9-year-old defender on me. Hey you’re three years older. My team wasn’t helping. Hey, where is everyone? You know what? I’ll do it on my own. I’ll show you! And that is a hat trick. All that training made me so hungry. I love sushi! Sushi is a food that comes from Japan. Did you know I’m half Japanese and half Greek? Oishii! Oishii means tasty in Japanese. I ate so much. I hope I have room for desert. Of course I do! Mmm… chocolate cake! Happy Holidays everyone! Let’s go for a walk. It’s so pretty out here! Holiday train ride! It was really fun hanging out with you. Thanks for an awesome year guys! See you in 2020 with more videos. And of course, more soccer! Thanks for watching! Don’t forget to subscribe!
– Morning guys. Welcome back to
another basketball weekend. Another basketball
tournament here in Avondale. Bryce has got
two games today and then tomorrow’s
single elimination. If they win the first game, they play a second
to the championship. So here we go, Be Elite. (indistinct chatter)
(basketballs bouncing) Wednesday’s practice
he got scratched. Nice job, nice job. – [Jack] Bryce,
be ready for the ball. Bryce, be ready for the ball. (Clintus chuckles) – [Clintus] There you go!
Nice look. Nice look! Good job!
– [Jack] Good pass, Bryce! – [Clintus] Nice job, Mason. – [Man] All the way,
all the way. (whistle blows) – Alright you guys,
day 2 back in Avondale. We had to leave yesterday before
Bryce’s second game because Sierra had volleyball at the
same exact time in Gilbert and you’ll see that
in a separate video. Actually, that video probably
went up before this one ’cause it’s already done. But they lost their second game. So they’re in
the loser’s bracket, losing bracket today
and it’s single elimination. They’ll play their first game,
they lose, we’re done. If they win, they go on to play for third or
fourth place is the idea. He ended up staying with the
Bevos last night so we didn’t get a chance to see him or get a
follow up with him but we’ll get a follow up with
him after today’s games. (basketballs bouncing) There you go, Bryce.
There you go, Bryce. Ooh, should’ve gone for that. There you go.
Good job, X. Get over there Bryce.
Get over there Bryce. Take it in,
take it in, take it in. Oh, should’ve gone left. Dang it. There you go, Bryce. Stay with it, Bryce.
Stay with it, Bryce. There you go, Bryce. Good job. (indistinct chatter) Nice job. Nice job. (whistle blows) – [Man 2] There you go. Ah!
– [Chrissy] Good job, Bryce! (whistle blows) – [Clintus] There you go, Bryce.
– [Woman] Go Bryce! – [Woman 2] Let’s go, Bryce! – [Crowd] Oh! – [Man 3] Stay in
the passing lane, ‘Saiah. – [Clintus] Hands up,
Bryce, hands up. – [Man 3] Help ‘Saiah, help. Go! – [Man 4] Stay wide, J,
stay wide. Stay wide. – [Crowd] Oh! (crowd applause and cheers) – [Man 5] Good rebound. (crowd cheers) – [Clintus] Get
that rebound, Bryce. (whistle blows) – [Jack] Get in, get in. – [Man 3] Good job, Dom. – [Jack] Good job, Bryce!
(crowd cheers and applause) – [Man 3] Yeah! Woo! Let’s go, box out. – [Man 2] Rebound! – Alright, so apparently
I was wrong in my assessment this morning. I thought it was
single elimination. Apparently it’s
double elimination. Or at least the way
the brackets were set up, we lost our first
game but we weren’t done. We lost and we went
and had another game. We won that one which means
now we have one more game. So we actually
have three games today. I don’t know what
place we’re fighting for. I don’t know. I don’t know,
we’ll figure it out later. But anyways, in any case,
we lost the first one. We won the second one. And now we’re going for
our third in about two hours. So me and the kids are walking
down the street to Culver’s. Boys wanted a
cheeseburger for lunch. They’re kids. I guess they
can eat anything they want and still work out, right? And Sierra’s just tagging along
’cause she’s bored and all the parents are back at
the Mexican food restaurant ’cause that’s what they wanted. (indistinct chatter) Nice job, X. Oh, why are you… – [Chrissy] Good job, Bryce.
– [Jack] Good job, Bryce. – [Man 6] Rebound Mark! – [Clintus] There you go, Bryce! Yeah! Good job, dude. Alright, so we’ve
returned back home. And Bryce has got a little
medal here around his neck. What place did you get, dude?
– Fourth. – Fourth place our of
six teams so not great. They ended up only game they won was the one that
got ’em into the semifinals. But, you know, nevertheless, still a placement. We were in the gold division?
– [Bryce] Yeah. – We’re in the gold
division so, you know, steep competition. I think we might need
to move us down a bracket. I’m not a coach. I’ll let the coach make the
decisions but I was just kinda thinking that, you know,
we got a lot of losses lately. Kinda like to get a W
every once in a while. Anyways, that wraps up this
weekend’s basketball tournament. Practice this week, skills. Gonna try to put together
maybe a practice/skills vlog. So I’ll take footage from all
the different practices and put ’em all together maybe.
I don’t know, we’ll see. Thanks for watching. Bye! (electronic music)
Today, we are going to learn the Stepover! The step-over is used by many famous
soccer players. Like Ronaldo, Son and Neymar. The Stepover looks so cool. Step 1.
Keeping your ball still, circle your left foot over and then the right. Step 2.
Circle around the ball and use the outside of your foot to trick the defender. Don’t forget to practice with you weak
foot. Step 3. Now use the step-over when the ball is moving. Don’t forget to use
the outside of your foot, otherwise the defender will steal your ball. Pretend
the cone is a defender. Keep on practicing. Train until you
master it. Now you know how to do the step-over. Thanks for watching, see you
soon. If you like this video, please like/subscribe, and…