How to Dribble a Soccer Ball : How to Do a Roll Over Soccer Dribble Move

How to Dribble a Soccer Ball : How to Do a Roll Over Soccer Dribble Move
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My name is Tim Boucher soccer coach at LaSalle
Academy for Expert Village. One of the keys to dribbling is rolling over the ball. It’s
just a different move, a different skill that you can use. Again you want to use your right
foot and left foot as you do this. Let’s watch as Luis does it with just his right foot.
He brings the ball forward step and rolls over the ball. Ryan’s going to demonstrate
doing it with his left foot.
Now as Luis comes back you’ll see him do it with his right and then he’ll push it over
and do it with his left, going in the same direction. Right and then he goes to his left
going back the other direction. Same thing with Ryan. Ryan is starting with his left
and going to his right. Now guys if you would just show them dribbling with the inside of
your foot and then moving to a roll over and then going back to dribbling with the inside.
So you see they dribble with the inside of their foot and now they’re rolling it back
as they also do roll overs.
Putting in different combinations as you get better at dribbling, better at controlling
the ball.

7 thoughts on “How to Dribble a Soccer Ball : How to Do a Roll Over Soccer Dribble Move

  1. if u cant do these things in an age of 12 u aint supose to play at all 😀 i guess this is an american video haha

  2. @PeinItachi Yeah, unless you are professional or play with people way below your skill level, your "elastica" rainbow, rolette and what not, will not work for shit on any decent defender. YDI.

  3. Thing is though the performers are clearly not executing this move well. In a real game if you try a roll over that slow, it's not gonna work. I think I speak for everyone when I say that they need to be way more agile with the roll over. Also more flexible with a wider range instead of one direction with the roll over.

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