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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 1:52 pm 
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This is from the season 2017-2018 so it may have already been posted but it is the first time I see it.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 8:40 pm 
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Thanks for sharing Camex. I watched this multiple times because it was a truly beautiful goal. German-esque if I may. One-touch, find the open man, team work football in its purest form. And for me, the final pass was the most gratifying because he could have made an attempt at goal himself but chose the most optimal path by squaring to his teammate who had a wide open view of goal. Truly brilliant.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 8:48 pm 
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theDunamis wrote:
Thanks for sharing Camex. I watched this multiple times because it was a truly beautiful goal. German-esque if I may. One-touch, find the open man, team work football in its purest form. And for me, the final pass was the most gratifying because he could have made an attempt at goal himself but chose the most optimal path by squaring to his teammate who had a wide open view of goal. Truly brilliant.

Yes german-esque as you point out. In Cameroon and Nigeria we talk too often about individual talent but team work is most important. For an african team to win the worldcup, we are going to build academies where the football basics are taught.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 11:32 pm 
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...if na Salah e go wan dribble gk and score :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 2:24 am 
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camex wrote:
theDunamis wrote:
Thanks for sharing Camex. I watched this multiple times because it was a truly beautiful goal. German-esque if I may. One-touch, find the open man, team work football in its purest form. And for me, the final pass was the most gratifying because he could have made an attempt at goal himself but chose the most optimal path by squaring to his teammate who had a wide open view of goal. Truly brilliant.

Yes german-esque as you point out. In Cameroon and Nigeria we talk too often about individual talent but team work is most important. For an african team to win the worldcup, we are going to build academies where the football basics are taught.

So Cameroon and Nigeria dont pass the ball like that smh

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 6:06 am 
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
camex wrote:
theDunamis wrote:
Thanks for sharing Camex. I watched this multiple times because it was a truly beautiful goal. German-esque if I may. One-touch, find the open man, team work football in its purest form. And for me, the final pass was the most gratifying because he could have made an attempt at goal himself but chose the most optimal path by squaring to his teammate who had a wide open view of goal. Truly brilliant.

Yes german-esque as you point out. In Cameroon and Nigeria we talk too often about individual talent but team work is most important. For an african team to win the worldcup, we are going to build academies where the football basics are taught.

So Cameroon and Nigeria dont pass the ball like that smh

The only team at the CAN I saw play like that was Algeria.


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camex wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
camex wrote:
theDunamis wrote:
Thanks for sharing Camex. I watched this multiple times because it was a truly beautiful goal. German-esque if I may. One-touch, find the open man, team work football in its purest form. And for me, the final pass was the most gratifying because he could have made an attempt at goal himself but chose the most optimal path by squaring to his teammate who had a wide open view of goal. Truly brilliant.

Yes german-esque as you point out. In Cameroon and Nigeria we talk too often about individual talent but team work is most important. For an african team to win the worldcup, we are going to build academies where the football basics are taught.

So Cameroon and Nigeria dont pass the ball like that smh

The only team at the CAN I saw play like that was Algeria.



I LIKE THE "ONE-TOUCH" PASSING BUT "AFRICAN INDIVIDUALISM" ALSO HAS ITS PLACE


I watched a top European game years ago and the precise way they were passing they could have had a computer do it. I found myself calling for the unpredictability of African football.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 9:02 am 
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Bell wrote:
camex wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
camex wrote:
theDunamis wrote:
Thanks for sharing Camex. I watched this multiple times because it was a truly beautiful goal. German-esque if I may. One-touch, find the open man, team work football in its purest form. And for me, the final pass was the most gratifying because he could have made an attempt at goal himself but chose the most optimal path by squaring to his teammate who had a wide open view of goal. Truly brilliant.

Yes german-esque as you point out. In Cameroon and Nigeria we talk too often about individual talent but team work is most important. For an african team to win the worldcup, we are going to build academies where the football basics are taught.

So Cameroon and Nigeria dont pass the ball like that smh

The only team at the CAN I saw play like that was Algeria.



I LIKE THE "ONE-TOUCH" PASSING BUT "AFRICAN INDIVIDUALISM" ALSO HAS ITS PLACE

I watched a top European game years ago and the precise way they were passing they could have had a computer do it. I found myself calling for the unpredictability of African football.
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African indivualism has its place, I agree, but one touch passing is a fundamental every football player should know. It is like learning how to conjugate verbs when you learn the english language. It is rigid and boring but you can not become a good writer with bad grammar.


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