Skip to comments.Futsal wizard shows off dizzying move
Posted on 12/21/2013 8:10:13 PM PST by albasun
Futsal wizard shows off dizzying moves in Belgian match. His name is Ismael. Ismael Hamdaoui.
Ismael "The Hitman" Hamdaoui can do things with the ball that human eyes can barely comprehend. The kind of stuff that requires repeat viewing in slow motion to fully appreciate what's happening. In a recent Belgian futsal match, he punished his opponents with these skills, giving them little chance to fight back. read more and video here
oh.. indoor soccer of some type?
That was fancy.
I finally figured out in my old age that successful soccer moves are like judo. You have to use your opponent's momentum against him. To beat him, you have to move in the opposite direction of his momentum. Getting him to move, initially, requires misdirection.
I was better at this on defense than offense. When I ran up against guys with incredible ball skills, I'd give them plenty of room, and then make false defensive moves against them. Forcing the offensive player to think about me threw him off his plan of attack.
Yeah, indoor soccer.
Another video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YojJL8xC7gQ
This kid has some incredible moves.
How would this work for outdoor soccer?
I take it ordinary soccer players can’t control the ball like that?
This kid too, captain of the 2022 U.S. World Cup team. (sorta kidding. I mentored him from ages 2-9. Never knew much about soccer til I saw him handle a ball at about are 4.
This kid handles the soccer ball the way Gretzky handled a puck!
A lot more to being a good soccer player than being cute with the ball.
Futzal. Okay. Moving on.
Ok - quick feet but he holds it to long - objective is not to take on every players o nopposing team. Watch some of christiano ronaldos skills from his man u camp days
Different sports. I see basketball court lines there. Then there's probably indoor soccer, volleyball and handball lines. I don't know how the players can tell them apart.
(Handball is a european thing --soccer with your hands).
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