How to Do Soccer Freestyle Tricks

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There are a number of freestyle soccer tricks that can be useful when perfected, but they require a great deal of practice. Learn how to do the Blanco, the Ronaldo or the wrap-around with help from a soccer coach in this free video on the sport of soccer.

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Hey, how's it going. I'm Bill Castro, ex soccer pro and U.S. soccer coach going on ten years now. And we're going to go over some freestyle tricks. This is a lot of fun. This is why we play the game. Get out there and learn some tricks. This one's called a Blanco. You've seen Moc Blanco which is a great Mexican player. When he has two players come at him he's able to pretty much put the ball between his feet and lift it up over their feet. So again, this is called Blanco so Blanco's coming in, he's able to grab the with both feet, while defenders are coming, lift the ball and jump through there and get to the ball. That's called a Blanco. What we're going to go here, this one's called a Rinaldo, which what you're doing is you're doing a roll over and then you're criss crossing. So Rinaldo made this famous back in the World Cup. This was a fun move. So what we're going to do is we're going to move the ball, we're going to come at you, come at the ball, we're going to roll the ball over, step across and go back the other way. So again, it's a roll over, step across and go back the other way. And that was the Rinaldo move which is a roll over, step across and again, go the other way. These are fun moves that you should learn on your free time. You know, it takes a long time. Take your time, learn how to do it. Learn how to do these free style tricks right. This one here is, I like to call it the wrap around. Like you have your foot on the ball with your defender behind you, you're able to step on the ball and flick it with your back foot and pass, the defender not expecting it so you have the defender here, right behind you here, so you're able to step over and flick the ball and go around the defender. That's called a wrap around. Those are some freestyle tricks to get out there on the soccer field and have fun. There's a lot of them out there. Get out there and learn how to do these things. My name is Billy Castro, ex soccer pro and U.S. soccer coach going on ten years. Get out there and have fun.


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