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Hello and welcome to the pride of Tulsa soccer training podcast. This podcast is brought to you by Pride soccer training. You can visit us online at Pride tulsa.com to learn one formation about who we are in the program and the training on that we offer, or you can call us at 918-701-0983 soccer training is Tulsa’s number one program when it comes to training on soccer players and Soccer player development in this podcast we have Coach, O’Neal, he’s a soccer coach and a personal soccer trainer he’s also the CEO and founder of Pride soccer training and he’s here today to share his wisdom and insight and I’m just tips and strategies when it comes to Soccer and he’s committed to soccer player development in soccer player success and he wants to help soccer players growboth on the pitch and off the pitch as well. I told the soccer trainings mission is simple. The goal is to help soccer players systematically grow and progressively developed in their character and their soccer skills. Pride of Tulsa soccer training helps soccer players like you achieve their personal goals, so they can win both on the pitch and in everyday life. For more information visit, Pride tulsa.com or give us a call today at 918-701-0983, this is episode 59 and we are continuing our series, I’m on the triumphant Trio. We are talking about the third and final part of that Trio, Italy. This is part 3 O’Neal. How are you doing and what have you got to teach us today, and this is Italy – this will be the last leg for Italy. Are you sure we have like 3 more I’ll, be open-minded? I know you have a lot to say it’s all good information to so we talked the last time we ended up with about the game of the century where Italy and Germany faced off against each other, and it ended up where Italy, 1423 and Franz beckenbauer gotten Hurt in this game, where they wrap his arm better some put in a sling and can I separated shoulder and awkwardly and I’m so they had to get it wrapped up and butt in the game.

The game at full-time with it was tied one to one and one of the interesting facts that came out off of this was the game, was playing and gerd Muller scored this goal, and it was ended up tying Germany with Italy, 303 and as they were playing The replay Italy scores a goal by Gianni Rivera and they have to break from the replay to show the goal, the actual goal that happens in Ohio Sam, but some of the stars that I wanted to talk about for Italy that have so many and I tried To the list off a few and like I said this is not all of them, just the ones that came to mind, but I thought of when I think of Italy, but just seppi Miata. You was on the first stars that played for them and I love their name, so beautiful, Carlo Rossi. He was the Golden Boot for the 1982 World Cup that they won. He had scored the most goals that was 6 in that World Cup, and then he knows off music masterful goalkeeper. That played the same time that Paolo Rossi had played, there’s, also Gianni Rivera, who I just mentioned awhile ago. He scored the winning goal in the game of the century. Can Germany in 1970, Roberto Baggio, Tulsa Soccer Training he is, was called the Divine ponytail and he’s best known for a few things from the Catholic religion and became a Buddhist, and so that was a big deal there cuz. I was Roman Catholic beliefs in in Italy, so he broke away from the church and went to Buddhism, so that was a pretty big deal, but he ponytail don’t like how long is Tony tell he had a ponytail that, like bomb, where are you? I can shoulder blades or something baby, but he rocked out for many years and it didn’t look like a mullet either. So that’s pretty good, he probably make it look like he has style and he was one of the most beautiful dribblers of the ball. He’S a lot of body face and change of direction to beat people which I do notice the best dribblers in the world do that there’s not a whole lot of your crazy foot. Fake smile at Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the rare ones. I’Ve seen that really can pull it off at 12th at speed of like a step overs and speed combine.

But when you watch like Messi play, he’s just cutting and changing direction and paste on you more times than not, and that’s how I see a lot of the best dribblers in the world. Only dribble Aubagio was just like this and he was score goals to and what’s his name, ponytail man, the penalty kick in the 1994 World Cup, where I end up losing to Brazil like the negative thing, I hate that it’s like it can overshadow everything. It’S very true, I think it hurt his career to some degree, but he was a brilliant player. You know – and I agree with you – that it shouldn’t over Shadow Fall the greatest defensive midfielder with him and did all the Dirty Work by Geo, and he was also about you. They were, but it’s kind of funny that they’ve had to bacio’s and there’s Franco baresi and he was the sweeper they were caught by the liberal, but he was the back line. He was on the most solid Defenders that you can come across also Paolo Maldini. Tulsa Soccer Training This guy is considered to be the best left-back of all time into me. I’D hate to hear him be listed over Roberto Carlos, who, I think, is the greatest effect of all time. But I just like to know more, I think again and I like how Roberto Roberto Carlos play better, but Paolo Maldini was one of the fiercest tackling but clean. At the same time, when you want to see someone make a slide tackle and not hurt someone, but still win the ball solidly, he is the best example of the yeah. I highly ranked that cuz it again like you’re you’re, not out there to try and hurt someone. It’S like you’re out there to Showcase your skill, and you know like when someone can do that cleanly. I think it’s really beautiful, but I highly recommend Defenders watch and he is a masterful Defender history about soccer. I love explaining the people like when you work with the team over at Pride soccer training, you get a comprehensive.

You know education you’re going to learn. You know physically what to do on the soccer. You know pitch you’re going to get some mental exercises that are going to help you. You know and we’re going to build up your spirit and help. You have a positive email Outlook, but then you also teach about you know. Certain players are certain aspects of the game. You give them homework to give them things that just help them grow and that’s something that really sets us apart, because we know we can all learn from other people. The great you know we can stand on the shoulders of those who have gone before us. So if you want to grow in your stalker abilities, we would be the best option for you and we would love a chance to work with you and earn your business. We are Pride, soccer training on the number one program in Tulsa when it comes to soccer player, training sessions and soccer player development. So, as always, we want to thank you for joining us and for listening to Tulsa’s, only soccer training podcast at pride of Tulsa soccer training. Our goal is to develop every player so that they can be technically sound and creatively strong on the soccer field. If you want to learn more about Pride soccer training, you can visit our website Pride tulsa.com or you can give us a call at 918-701-0983 at pride of Tulsa soccer training, we teach both character and skill, and so, if you’re willing to work hard, then we can Give you results guaranteed, thank you and will see you next time.