This isn't your Soccer 101 tutorial. Created by Real Madrid C.F. and Portugal soccer player Christiano Ronaldo, the Ronaldo chop is a dazzling trick that involves flicking the ball with his back leg past his opponent before running on to make a goal. Woody and Wulfy, two inte ...more
Do Ronaldo Chop Soccer
Players from the Brazilian Soccer Schools show you how to beat your opponent using the Ronaldo chop. Beat a defender with the Ronaldo Chop. This is a fast break move to fly by a defender or goalkeeper. Cut the ball behind the back heel and charge at the defender to chop to the ...more
Because soccer players strike the ball into the goal with quick speed, the goalkeepers have to be even faster in order to prevent a score. With such agile goalkeepers, however, how do soccer stars manage to get a goal in at all? For Real madrid CF's Portuguese ace Christiano ...more
Learn how to perform the chop drill in order to increase ball control when playing soccer.
In this tutorial, the author Carilho gives great text and visual examples of how to do soccer dribble tricks to improve the most inexperienced player. In each trick he also gives an estimated time that the player would need to practice to be able to successfully do each trick. ...more
Players from the Brazilian Soccer Schools show you how to beat your opponent using the 'Ronaldo stepover 2'. Beat the defenders the Brazilian way. The Ronaldo 2 is the same Ronaldo move but you flick the starting leg behind the ball. Practice Brazilian soccer skills: Stepover ...more
Players from the Brazilian Soccer Schools show you how to beat your opponent using the combination. You combine the Ronaldo with the step over and finishing with the Ronaldinho Elastics! Great way to sail by a defender looking like a pro! Beat defenders with Brazilian move the ...more
Annie Liebovitz does Cristiano Ronaldo and other soccer players for Vanity Fair.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform different soccer skills in the game FIFA 10, part of Electronic Arts' series of football games. The video shows a variety of different skills to perform followed by a controller that reveals the button sequence. The skills i ...more
Notice how it seems like every player is wearing the same cleats this year? Well, according to Nike almost 40% of the World Cup roster is sporting their new Mercurial Vapor VI boots. Originally endorsed by Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo, the colorful kicks are catching on for m ...more
It could be said that the World Cup really starts during the knock-out stages. What was going on for the last couple of weeks was more like the "World's Soccer Fair." At least I'd like to think of it this way after watching games like Slovenia vs. Algeria, New Zealand vs. Slov ...more