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Hi and welcome to the pride of tulsa soccer training 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 and soccer player development. In this podcast soccer, coach and personal trainer, o’neal bent is going to share insight and wisdom when it comes to the overall game of soccer and tulsa soccer camps. O’neill is also the founder and ceo of pride soccer training he’s my husband, jack’s daddy, and he is wholeheartedly focused onand committed to elevating the game when it comes to personal soccer, training, soccer lessons and overall soccer player development. Soccer training mission is to help soccer player systemically grow and progressively developed in both character and soccer skill. Pride of tulsa soccer training help soccer players just like you achieve their personal goals, so they can win both on the pitch and on 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 our website at pride tulsa.Com. This is episode 139 and it is roy keane and today our special guest is my son at jackson. Call how you doing today, jackson good good, so jackson. You wanted to talk about roy keane today, and why did you want to talk about roy keane? How crazy is what do you mean by crazy I mean like pushing people down stepping on them crazy, getting red cards crazy? That is a little buckwild. Isn’t it so tell me where was he from us from cork ireland, cork, ireland, the republic of ireland, and what was the club team that he’s most noted for playing for man into the usa I’m roy keane play for manchester united from 1993 to 2005, and he was also there captain i, remember watching him a few games and as buck as you said, he was as crazy. As you said, he was. There was also a side to him that was pretty phenomenal and, besides that I witnessing was where he was a very strong leader, very passionate, and if you was going to have someone do it, he could he would do it himself before you ever ask anybody else to do it. So he was known for being a hard-nosed tackler. He was passionate about winning games and he would do what it took and not not to say negative way, but he would do what it took to win the game and to lead his team to victory. Now I want you to speak about the buckness that you saw the wildness the craziness. What is it that you saw in the in the video that you watched of him by the way he’s a big shoulder and one of the craziest things I saw? Was him going to bed tack on the goalie, a player come up him push him down the player like clutching some part of his body and another player coming in nitrogen cycle in and then the play with them get up in a riff, space 2. So what do you think about this type of behavior? Do you think that is behavior that you should be using on the soccer field or message your life? Why do you think he was captain of manchester united I think he was captain for when he did the right thing, the right things, so he would go in and he would strong tackles. You would work hard for his team to score goals when they need it on so I guess:cuz, sir, alex ferguson was the manager at that time and he is known for being the most winning coach of all time in english, premier, league and he’s also sought after for business information. So he goes like harvard. He goes to different schools. He speaks at them because they want to know how to run a business properly. He ran manchester united for so long that they look up to him to him. Sir alex ferguson was known for not not messing around to being a very serious, very strict manager. Why do you think he let allowed someone like roy keane, if you say so crazy on one side? What do you think that he allowed working to captain’s team his duty dump his drive for getting the job done? That’s true, there’s a lot to be said and you experience being captain before on the team right and what what did you feel when you were captain? How did you feel like you had to handle yourself and what you think your responsibilities were talkin communicating with your team and how important is having a good attitude, important, very important, so I think roy keane. Even though there was a crazy side to him, I think he had a good attitude more times and not, and he could he could encourage his players to play better like they would be better for him because they knew if he was out there and then they didn’t work. They were going to hear it from him and he also led by example. So he would have got there and he will work hard, so they felt like they need to work on. One thing that I think was said about into that. He would. He would talk to people in the locker room, getting motivated again I’m going and to also say something else. I think he was very honest person to like you didn’t skin off any. He had his values, his beliefs that he held strongly two very special, very talented, individual, very passionate individual, and he also had a wild side to him. So what did you like most about what you said about him weather like for nothing that you like about him? Oh you just saw the wild and some trading seton city was goals.

They score. Okay, so someone should I hit the crossbar. He come running in the defenders just standing there, and then you just come to the back somebody put in the back of the net right, so he got the job. I. Think it’s good, that you saw him that you saw how players at that level. They have different personalities. You know another play that kind of reminded me of him was paul incineroar watch the live it up all in a strong tackler, good leader. He was also english captain at one time and let them three different said. Three different games still have to finish that video, but one crazy thing that happened was the the first manager had another manager come in so I believe he’s at liverpool at this time and they had two different managers that came in, and it said it was awkward because one manager would tell him to do one thing and other magic tell me to another, and there is like I just it just didn’t make any sense. So at one point there was only one manager left and, and then things have settled down from again was at holland know he’s english english so deep it may be what you call cockney i, think it’s a type of or that they have in england. So it’s pretty interesting to see those players watch them see how they grow and and is good for you as it as a kid to get to watch them and see, learn from their experiences, learn from the positive things that they did learn also from the negative things. But you know it’s very good to see that you are enjoying watching these players and and I’ll work on your soccer skills. So well, you know it’s coming to the end of our podcast and jackson has been really good. Having you on the mic with me today. Thank you, you’re, very welcome, and so thank you for joining us. Thank you for listening to the only podcast about tulsa soccer camps and soccer training, 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, soccer training, artosis 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 or give us a call. Today at 918-701-0983, I promised tulsa soccer training. We teach character, confidence and soccer skill, 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