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Welcome to pride of tulsa soccer training, where we offer the best when it comes to tulsa soccer camps. This podcast is brought to you by pride tulsa.Com. We are tulsa’s only soccer training podcast and we are tulsa’s number one program when it comes to personal soccer training, tulsa soccer camps in soccer player development. In this podcast soccer coach and personal soccer trainer o’neill band is going to share inside and wisdom when it comes to the overall game of soccer and salsa soccer camps. O’neill is the is also the founder and ceo of pride soccer training he’s my husband, jack’s daddy, and he is wholeheartedly focused on and committed to elevating the game when it comes to personal soccer, training, soccer lessons and overall soccer player development of tulsa soccer training mission is to help soccer player, systematically grow and progressively develop in both character and soccer skill. Productsoccer training help soccer players, just like you achieved their personal goals so that they can win both on the pitch and in everyday life. 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 visit, our website pride tulsa.Com. This episode is episode, number 142, jackson’s, favorite player of all time, and so today, in our studio long will jackson. We have a special guest lego michael jacksonand. He is here with us today as well in the studio. So how are you today good, but which jackson is jackson been good question, so how I have a question for you? Who is your favorite player of all time so right now between greenville and zidane, griezmann and zidane? Okay, so tell me now:why do you like griezmann? Well, you can’t ever lose and then he’s a good player and very skillful. So you like the highlight bling you like the flashing, this of hotline bling and then you like his skill skills. Do you see from him? What do you see? How do you see him produce goals for dance teams? Sometimes it’s elvis yeah this time to be selfish as well. That’s good! What else do you like about me? No there’s one of the thing I know for sure that you like he’s here. Yes, you like to hear remember now:you said you also like the dawn, and you know, do you know where both of these players are from which players quite a bit it seems like. So what do you like about sudan I like how we can shoot a ball? So how did you like about that? Yes, I’m, so what examples do you have of him? Striking about hard and precise i? Do not have any you don’t have any at the moment. Okay, so I remember, we were watching one of his highlights and this is a game when he was playing in euro, euro, 2002 or something like that. I think it was and he was playing against beckham he’s playing in england and this particular video that we watched it had every single time. He touched the ball just about, and so he had to free kicks that he hit during what those two were kind of kind of okay. So the two free kicks that he hit or one was a penalty, kick that he took and in this particular penalty-kick I envision. When you said that you like the power that he he uses and his precision I remember how he hit this ball, he can’t he approached it and he turned his hips like he was going to go to the right side of a goal and he ended up curling it into left corner and the way he did it. He turned his body and struck the outside of all the shoelaces and curled it, but it was a driven curl and it was low and the goalie drove the wrong way and it was beautiful, so is really precise and in the funny thing is that’s not the first time I’ve ever seen, the dawn strike a ball like that at mommy and I witnessed him in 2006 world cup, where he did it twice against. One was against portugal, where the go I knew where he was going and he still hit up or 90 and then go i, couldn’t save it and the second italy in the final and they had the goal keepers name I was before I knew where he was going and still couldn’t. Stop him as well same thing same thing, so it was a beautiful sea. So when you said you loved his precision and you love his power, I could see that right away. The second goal that he hit in the euro 2002, wasn’t it headed over the wall and it did yes and it dip down and went to the corner than that. So there was a two examples in that game and he end up winning the game for them. I think the score was 2-2. Why and winning so in the world cup in 2006, so we are ahead, but it’s a guy. That was a sad situation, but he was a wonderful player to watch that tournament. He was the oldest oldest players that tournament and he was the best player of the tournament, so it just was. It was inspirational to see how an older player to take over a tournament in such a beautiful. What he’s one of those beautiful players I can! Think of so when you said I can talk about it because he’s one of my favorites I think he’s probably my second-favorite for me to actually get to watch, live in and see him play. While you know just what time to watch, replays and and watch highlights flicks and stuff like that, he was one of my favorites I love. How does later in the world cup that’s donhead, what is the guy with the red card and they beat them and got a red card? What’s cashing it right, very passionate, I liked his passion, passion is I’m, passionate, so i, like passion players, show the times it’s true and he’s very introverted to so he is kind of cool to see.

You’ll see his passion come out on the soccer field. Quite a bit and I was very usually a comperson, but there’s a fire that burns inside of them that he wants to win. He wants to be the best and he wants to play beautiful soccer, and that’s why I like about him. You always play beautiful and you know something that I personally like about him. I’m the out of here. I love this skill. It was so skillful and beautiful to watch reason may have some blood for him. We appreciate you joining us and thank you for listening to the only podcast about soccer camps in soccer training, I try to 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 creatively strong force on the pitch. If you want to learn more about pride soccer training, please visit our website. Pride tulsa.Com give us a call today at 918-701-0983 at product tulsa soccer training, we teach character, confidence and soccer skills and if you’re willing to work hard and follow a customized tulsa soccer camps, we can get you results guaranteed. Thank you again so much for joining us until next time