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Hello and thank you for joining us – we are Pride soccer training at pride. Tulsa.Com is a Zara podcast and we’re here to talk to you today about the training that we offer when it comes to helping soccer players develop and grow. And we want to welcome you to the pride of Tulsa soccer training podcast, and we are the number one program for personal soccer training and soccer player development. Who are we? We are the pride of Tulsa soccer training. Our website is pride in this podcast you’re. Going to hear from coach O’Neill, he is a soccer coach and a private soccer trainer he’s also the founder and the CEO of Pride soccer training and he’s here today to talk to us about information and inside and strategies for successful soccer playing and he’s really passionate About helping at soccerPlayer’s Grill, both on and off the pitch pride of Tulsa soccer training commission is very effective and simple. Our goal is to help soccer players systematically grow and progressively developed in character and in skill. Pride of Tulsa soccer training helps soccer players achieved their personal goals, so they can win both on the pitch in and everyday life. Again, we are Pride soccer training. You can check us out online at Pride,, I’m! You can also give us a call if you want to talk and get more information or number is 918-701-0983this is episode 58 and Coach O’Neill is in the studio. As always. What do you have for us today? Sir will be continuing talking about Italy and how they’re probably trying to put Trio, and we recently talked about the the World Cups if they won and now our time a little bit more about some of the right there. History as well in regards to see what they’ve done the European continent and, despite being such a strong force in the World Cup, they’ve only won one European Championship back in 1968. So why is that, though? I cannot weird odd. You know what I mean like what’s the day or do they not care and they’re just like saving everything out for the World Cup like what’s their name is no, I think an argument could be made that Europe has such strong teams that you know when you Go into World Cup, all the year teams are playing each other all the time, so they may beat some of the other teams like concacaf, for from Africa or from different continents, competition when you’re playing on you know Europeans, the oil like playing your peers and Europe. It’S going to be harder to win a tournament.

Is that what you’re saying and possibly you know I don’t really know for sure, but that’s my idea of what it could be, the others, many factors, but that’s one of them. I think especially Europeans would argue. I would say that that is the case is in 1949, there’s a surprise air disaster which killed 10 of their 11 starters for their 1950 World Cup team, and so they didn’t advance past. The first round of competition that may be one of the few times that they ever did not make it past the first round. What is the air disaster? I’Ve never heard. There was a plane that crashed and killed 10 of their 11 starters. Something similar to that happened to England as well, and was the team just traveling, or was it going in in the plane crash man and see stuff like that? I think when it happens, right back kind of Alters just the spirit and the trajectory of things. You know it kind of puts a damper. I know Stateside whenever we’ve had anything like that happen to a basketball team or something there’s just a grief and a toughness that comes with that that takes a while to overcome. You know very true, and you know it’s never easy to get over something like that, and four countries that have even smaller populations they sometimes don’t recover from itI. Remember Zambia had a similar situation where there are qualifying for world cup or the Olympics and had a really strong team in the same sort of thing happened, and I lost a lot of their team so and destroys your spirit. If you let it so, you got to work through when you come back. Okay, I just never heard of that before today, so that they just think so. They locked several team, I’m not crash, and then what happened after that they didn’t. They didn’t make it to the second round of the of the 1950 World Cup. So that’s what happened at that time. Another thing that was very interesting to as a 1970 there was a World Cup match against Germany that they played it was. It was dubbed the game of the century, and Italy beat Germany, 43 and 5 of the goals were scored an extra time so 121 going an extra time and.

Then 5 goals are scored in extra time. So that is just a what happens? Do you just get like reinvigorated? Do you like just come out bawling like what happens when the game is like that and then I get there? I don’t know what I mean you played before he ever been in a situation like that happens. When you push didn’t you get a second wind, what they call it at least a call it in so you can keep running, I mean you can just keep moving and yes, you’re tired and yes, sometimes, your body is about to break down, but you keep going Until it really does break down, which is usually cramps that you see what happens in in that situation, but this was pretty unique situation because you have to Powerhouse teams that have a are known for never giving up for having high standards up of play. Having strong technical ability and there golooking at it, and neither one in the back now it keeps going back and forth to play again. They were playing one style and then they have to switch it up. You know during that regulation playing like alright, we have to change, maybe Howard come in at this. You know, I don’t know it’s just asking questions. I don’t know that. There’S no concrete answer is, but it’s fascinating. You know this is a really fantastic actually dislocated his shoulder and he couldn’t so. He couldn’t come off the fieldso. He put his hand in me like a makeshift sling at in his shirt, and he played with his hand in the slang, for the entire rest of the game is like, I think, that’s really cool and I’m like did they make it like on the field at Somebody make it off the feels like they don’t even very curious about that, but I think there was like a sense of Honor when people played at that time, because I’m sure, like his opponent like respected that he like was so committed to that. I feel like now. People would be like his hand, really hard or like try to break it or just let you know anything like we lost that since of honor, where it’s just like mad respect, but I’m still going to play like a clean game.

You know so am I doing anything as opposed to just playing. You know letting your play do the talking for you understand. You know where you might delay a throw-inAlabama time or whatever, but you know biting someone. That’S a whole different ballgame. That is interesting with his part 2 of the triumphant Trio talking about Italy. Do you have more that you want to talk about when we come back or awesome? Well, I will see you guys next time. As always, we appreciate the fact that you join us and thank you for connecting with us and working with us. We are Tulsa’s only soccer training podcast and where the number one choice when it comes to soccer training in Tulsa and at pride of Tulsa soccer training. We really strive and work hard to fully develop every soccer player in their technical ability and Technical awareness, and we really want to help make them a strong and formidable force on the soccer field. So if you want more information about and soccer training, give us a call surprise soccer training, we’d love to work with you and create something customized to help you or your soccer player, obtain success. Our website is pride or you can call us. The number is 918-701-0983 at pride of Tulsa soccer training. We teach both character and skill and, if you’re willing to put in the effort we can give you results guaranteed. Thank you for joining us. We’Ll see you next time.