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Welcome to the pride of tulsa soccer training, where we offer the best tools, resources in tips when it comes to tulsa soccer camps. This podcast is brought to you by pride tulsa.Com, only soccer training podcast, where it tells was number one program when it comes to personal soccer, training, tulsa soccer camps and soccer player development. In this podcast soccer, coach and personal soccer trainer on the old man is going to share insight and wisdom when it comes to overall game of soccer and tulsa soccer camps. Only knows, also the founder and ceo of a pride soccer training he’s my husband and jack’s daddy and he is whole-hearted. Heartedly focused on and committed to elevating the game when it comes to personal soccer, training, soccer lessons and overall soccer player development commission is to help soccer players systematically grow and progressively developboth character and soccer skills. Soccer training help soccer players just like you achieve their personal goals, so that so that they can win both on the pitch and in every day like to learn more about pride of tulsa soccer training and to get started on your first soccer training session. Give us a call today at 918-701-0983 or visit our website fried tulsa.Com. This episode is called the importance of wingers, and today I had the joy of of filling in for another coach at the club. You know that I coach at and I was able to work on attacking from the wings. That was what he asked me to work on the team with, and so the importance of attacking from the wings and now I was showing the kids how this works is that the space to dribble the ball in the space to move in is always on the way, because in the middle of the field there are more players. There are there’s a lot more bodies in that area, so you can’t find spaces easily to move the ball forward. Attacking from the wings is, is one of the easiest ways to do it and and to get you know up the field and so I see where sometimes that the traditional when you’re the one that stays wide and gets a lot of crosses in and of course, there was a lot of times. Those players are, it doesn’t seem like the game is supporting that as much as it used to and for a while, it would seem like it was. The winger was dying and then now I’m watching them, seeing a little bit more traditional wing play and what I mean by that is really stay wide in and take people on out there and look to get crosses in and not just a cut in and shoot every time, but really it crosses and keep the wide play. Active and I start to see a little bit of that going on more in that you know, players that I grew up watching. One of them was brian roy from holland I loved how he played one of the best games. I’ve ever seen him playing a song playing was against germany in 1992. It was the the european championship in just seeing him fly on the wings. At one point he was supposed to be the next johan cruyff is what they had listed them at any. He was there at the same time that rude hell, it was captain and a man, basten and and those players bergkamp-and he was a very, very good winger time to take people on, could dribble a paste made. Good decisions had two crosses in will training at times to shoot on goal, and he just was very smooth, then how he drove on how he moved another player. To look at to was your night going to cry put on rude, hollett andrew to hell. It is listed as one of the top 100 players, maybe more than one top 10 players to play the game and he had a gracefulness and voice to him. That is unmatched and he could take people on with paste on the way he saw the game he could make crosses. You can win headers, you could cut in. You can shoot score goals, but he was a very smart and gifted and talented player that also had a lot of pace and strength, very tall guys about 6163 some around their eye with wonderful, dreads dreadlocks, and it was just beautiful to watch him play and you know it just I miss seeing those types of players I’m looking forward to seeing more of them come back another one that would eventually drift out. Why was haji and he would start off in the middle of field, but would always end up out wide and the reason? Why is that? That’s where the spaces to move the ball into dribbling attack and I want kids to learn. You know to keep moving the ball while I get it wide and they can attack down the wings, and so you not proud of tulsa soccer training. We make sure that we work with kids on wing play on getting crosses on dribbling, moving the ball forward and bill doing it the most effective way possible. To mention to that have been strong, wing players, luis figo. He was a joy to watch both that barcelona and real madrid and anna portugal to portugal. He he was the captain and he said why doesn’t cristiano ronaldo take the mantle over from him after he was done. Playing and cristiano is just needs a magnificent player he he can take people on. Why, because I said he’s going to be awake and he scores a lot of goals from the wing I’m. Just amazed at how many goals he can put in a season-and you know staying out wide so much-that’s not easy to do and he just driven and he takes players on, and it is good to see.┬áTulsa Soccer Camps

Tulsa Soccer Camps That’s that’s the space that is open for players, also to mention wing-backs like josie mar from brazil roberto, carlos kafu. These guys I grew up watching them and I was just always always love, seeing them overlap and take people on right. Now. Marcelo is one of those players doing it for a real madrid and and also for brazil, and seen these guys move forward and take people on on the outside. It’s it’s a joy and they have great decision making skills. Usually technically they’re very gifted at striking the ball and very talented dribbling there, they know how to defeat people and get crosses off and take shots on goal. One of my favorite memories of a wingback is watching josie, maran, 1986, world cup believe he’s playing against ireland. He was playing against in the overlaps and takes a shot and just hammers in the upper 9 years ago, and I was amazed to just to see a player coming from the fence, overlapping and getting crosses in, and he was just getting crosses its shots and scoring and I I just think it was one of the most wonderful things to watch. Anybody do and having play that position to and anna try to enjoy it, both as an outside back and as a winner. I. Just think it’s this one of my most beautiful positions, most creative positions to play and I think that’s something that the kids need to to look into. Right now have a girl that plays for my club team and she also trains with us, and she is a wonderful woman. She has pace, she takes them on she. She moves eyeball quickly and doesn’t waste any time. She was one fake beat the player get down the field either go across is off or shots on goal, and she happens to be in my team captain as well, and it’s just a joy to see players take the skills that that we gave them and use it to their advantage. So well, thank you for joining us and thank you for listening to the only podcast about tulsa soccer camps and soccer training at pride of tulsa soccer training. We strive to fully develop every soccer player by giving them the absolute best when it comes to tulsa soccer camps at pride of tulsa soccer training are tulsa soccer camps, help soccer players become a technically sound and create creatively strong force on the pitch. If you want to learn more about pride of soccer training, please visit our website pride tulsa.Com or give us a call today at 918-701-0983, a private fence and soccer skills, and if you’re willing to work hard and follow, are customized tulsa soccer camps, we can get you results guaranteed. Thank you again so much for joining us until next time┬áTulsa Soccer Camps