What an Official Liverpool Football Club Signatures Cross Jesus Shirt. Rarely do you see footage from the early 2000s with that quality on youtube? Also, I feel like Figo was one of the last of a type of wingers you don’t see anymore nowadays, I feel that nowadays you don’t have wingers that rely as little on their athleticism as some in that era. This guy was all about his skill on the ball. On a side note, isn’t the hook tackle really dangerous to the player? He gets up instantly post tackle and I cringe at the thought of him putting his full weight on his hooked leg trying to get up because I’ve done something similar and it left me limping for 2 days lmao. Indeed. I think it’s because there was a very highly upvoted post of Nainggolan.
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Watching Baggio, I noticed what may be the key to his ability to round keepers so consistently. He kept the Official Liverpool Football Club Signatures Cross Jesus Shirt so close as he approached. Most other players push it out front as they dribble, but he’s practically on top of it. So there’s never a moment where he can’t adjust, which means once the keeper commits, Baggio simply touches the ball out of reach. It’s really an incredible skill to run at a keeper, defenders in tow, watching for him to make a move, all with a ball between your legs and not tripping over it. And about Pepe, you can make a three minutes video with his best brawls and 50 hours one with him just cleanly recovering balls, or full games completed without committing a single fault. It’s actually pretty sad.
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Vardy has an Official Liverpool Football Club Signatures Cross Jesus Shirt. Also, his penalties are literally punting it as hard as he can while keeping it on target haha. His former teammate Mahrez also loves a fake shot, he’s probably more effective at it than anyone else right now. Neuer has these saves where just sticks out one hand and stops really well hit shots like they’re just rolling at him I don’t see many other keepers do. Apart from the fake pass, Henry has a very recognizable finish where he opens his body up coming in from the left and rolls it over the ground into the far corner. At the end of the day, as far as I know, he never seriously injured anyone. Just had moments of losing his mind like Suarez.