Freestyle Football Street Moves Tricks, Stepovers and Passes by Sean D'Arcy
  

Synopsis

Freestyle Football Street Moves Tricks, Stepovers and Passes by Sean D'Arcy

Playgrounds and sports fields are filled with children and teenagers trying to impress their friends and team mates with their football freestyle skills, attempting to copy their professional football heroes like Ronaldo or Ronaldinho. Sean D'Arcy, a world renowned freestyle footballer takes you step by step through the most popular and impressive football street moves. Includes: Nutmegs; Trick Passes; and Beat Moves. Freestyle Football Street Moves is illustrated with hundreds of colour photos of Sean demonstrating the skills. From youngsters kicking a ball for the first time to keen amateurs looking for a competitive edge (or just wanting to show off) Freestyle Football Street Moves shows you how to perform the skills and tricks that every keen footballer wants to master. Aimed at children from 8-16 years.

Reviews

'Aimed at children between 8 and 16 years, there may even be lessons in its pages which could be of benfit to footballers a little bit older...!'

'...well worth a study...'

/December 2009)

About the Author

Sean D'Arcy is an experienced freestyle footballer who regularly does half time shows at competitive matches. He was an official entertainer at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, and is the author of Freestyle Football Tricks (2007).

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Sean D'Arcy
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Publisher

A & C Black Publishers Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

7th October 2009

ISBN

9781408112809


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