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Tulsa Soccer Camps Hello and welcome to the pride of tulsa soccer training podcast, where we offered the best resources and instructions when it comes to tulsa soccer lessons and tulsa soccer camp. 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 for personal soccer, training, tulsa soccer camps and overall soccer player development, and this podcast soccer coach and personal soccer trainer. O’neill ben is here to share his insight and wisdom when it comes to the game of soccer and tulsa soccer camps. O’neill is the founder and the ceo of pride soccer training he’s my husband and he’s jack’s daddy, and for as long as I’ve known him, he’s been wholeheartedly focused on and committed to elevating the game when it comes to soccer training, personal soccer, lessons soccer camps and generalsoccer player development, pride of tulsa trainings pride of tulsa soccer trainings mission is to help soccer player, systematically grow and progressively develop in both character and soccer. Steel pride of tulsa soccer training helps 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 with your first soccer training session. You can give us a call today at 918-701-0983 or you can visit our website, which is pride tulsa.Com. This is episode 152, and what are we talking about today from tony today? We’re talkin about my top 5 favorite national teams to have watched life alive, but to watch because I’ve seen some footage, I decide. You know what I mean clued everything I’ve seen, and so my top favorite I’m going to start off with my my my first love, which is brazil of my first love, i, was done with my father, taught me to love them in the 1986 and the 1986 brazil team was the first team to ever learn to watch and they were so beautiful to watch. Tulsa Soccer Camps They move the ball elegantly and they found each other and had a flow and a style. It was a continuation of the team from 1982, which is arguably brazil’s, most creative and beautiful team to watch outside of 1970, and so they were just fine. I learn the game from them. I saw outside back that would overlap. I saw strikers that were dynamic. That would, you know, take people on take shots by 13 minutes. I saw midfielders that would run forward and, and you just make beautiful by zico and socrates I love carreca cuz. He would score goals for them, and I remember watching josie, mar and julio stays are they were the outside backs. 1958 was was good, but the game. Faster as time went on and there were different styles of play and this style will to me with more attractive. I didn’t actually watch a whole game in 1958. I’ve only seen highlights so I’m watching the full games of 86 brazil. What was fine and beautiful I have a question about that. You know you love them. If you’re a true fan, heater you’ll be playing different ways than the rest of the world, or is it just a thing where? If this is your team, you you don’t love them more or were they truly doing something different or you know where they everybody on par with the same skillset? But maybe you just love her, though the only other team I could say that was on par with them was france. They have talked to me at the time clock to me until the dawn came, I was the best french player of all time. So no, it wasn’t just that they were known the world around for being the most skillful most entertaining team to play, and so I don’t think it was a biased they were, they were fun to watch. 2002 was fun to watch as well. New holland, oh boy, holland always gets me excited and I love watching them they’re. My second love and the team I love the most right now, but in 2010 and 2014, or a joy to watch 2010. They made it to the finals when we lost to spain and I was very upset and 2014. Are you going to say what you love about them or just oh yeah? Oh yeah I made it to the semifinals and lost and 1974 they were world cup finalist I got to watch some footage recently of of a whole game, I’m playing, and it was just what I love about brazil holland is that they have a total football. I love total football and they move the ball so well. They changed positions on the fly and I enjoy how they just work as a team, and they get musically in a tournament. They get better each time and one of the most special moments that I had watching them was in 2014 when they played spain and sharita. Jackson and I were all watching them play in van, persie planked and scored the most beautiful heather deal with that. He hit that kind of move on accident. He could put it in the back of the net doing a plane. He wasn’t trying to do a plank. He just his body had to do that. Go through the air and hit the ball over the keeper, but his body was i, can buy and sell so many memes off of love and it was beautiful and they destroy like 500 or 5 one or something like that, but i. Also euro 2000 they’re, one of my favorite teams to watch ever. They were able to move the ball well and I really thought they should have won that tournament. They ended up losing it so, but south korea of 2002. They were my auntie marcie coach by the gust getting to the time and they were playing the world cup in their home country and they made it to the semis.┬áTulsa Soccer Camps

Tulsa Soccer Camps It was just fun to watch the work ethic, how they past and move the ball. It was really really dynamic and it was a different style of total football that never seen before, but their energy. The technical ability was just very amazing and I enjoyed watching them. Wells of 2016 euro I enjoyed watching them to that a lot of hard lot of passion and played attractive soccer. How much like south korea time they play the more of a defensive counter-attack, style game, which was a 5-3-2 and I love watching aaron, ramsey and gareth bale? There really were enjoyable and last but not least, which also brings in very strong memories is france of 98. Also they won euro. They won world cup in 98, they won euro, but the one that really touched. My heart, the most with 2006 when I watched it with sarita and zidane. The oldest player in the world cup tore it up and it was amazing to see a player that hold and that caliber be able to take his team. All the way to the final I was sad that he got his red card in the final through the head, but incident which I wish he would not have done, but it was just amazing to watch a player thing of interesting to me is this is where you have to be careful, cuz i, remember. You were like low-key, trying to defend when he hit done, like you know what I mean and I’m like this is where the love of like your, your your team in your you know. Well, we want to thank you for joining us and for listening to the only podcast about tulsa soccer camps in tulsa soccer training at pride of tulsa soccer training. We strive to fully develop every soccer player by giving them the absolute best tools, training and resources when it comes to tulsa soccer camp at pride of tulsa soccer training are tulsa soccer camps, help soccer players become technically sound and created with strong on the pitch. If you want to learn more about tulsa soccer training, please visit our website, which is pride tulsa.Com or you can give us a call today at 918-701-0983┬áTulsa Soccer Camps