Young football talent – Felix Knörle (DFI U15) – 14 years old | HD

Young football talent – Felix Knörle (DFI U15) – 14 years old | HD
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Felix is a player with a really strong technique. The way he kicks the ball is just brilliant and by practicing patterns until they become second nature he has once again improved his technique from good toward very good. That is really a strength, I have to say. He’s got what it takes to be a real footballer: wit, an instinctive understanding of the game; you can just see that he’s really grown as a person, both on and off the pitch, that he’s increasingly focusing on the game and that he’s got the makings of a great player. And he’s always wearing a smile, he’s never negative. I think that’s really important, to not just deliver a good performance, but to laugh and keep learning – learn, laugh, deliver – that’s the best combination, that’s what it takes.

100 thoughts on “Young football talent – Felix Knörle (DFI U15) – 14 years old | HD

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  2. I have started eating more to get bigger for soccer because you can easily get pushed and it won’t count as a foul p

  3. Be honest he is not good
    The way he trains and plays is not that much for me , but I still respect him / Nice video

  4. Training facilities are expensive because they bring sponsors but you are never guaranteed at playing pro for good teams because everyone is taught to play a specific way they are seen out to play by the coach and that may not be what the scouts are looking for. Playing mini leagues don't bring in a lot of scouts but you plays there and go to trials and they like the ability to play professional and have fun all at ones than that might earn you a place in a team, for reserves until called up front. So you basically pay a lot of money for something that has a chance of not happening.Just looks t neymar for example the guy used to play street futsal before he played for Santos and went professional, not money to to to no academy, you just have to reach out to people and teams and go to trials and all that.

  5. Well…first of he runs like a man who has no pills and he is not even that good well atleast not something special

  6. You call this talent ? Come to local areas in india . Africa kids here is amazing

  7. India is full of talent but there are no clubs which train like a pro… And If one exist then fee is fking high😑😑

  8. I wanted to play football when I was 9 but there was no club and now I M 14 just forgot my dream 😥😥

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  10. He is just a normal player if compare with the same age, his legs not strong, too slow running, nothing special !

  11. BOLL NEEDS YOUR DEEP TOUCH ERRY TIME , IF FEELING SCARED OF LOOSING BALANCE WHILE STOPING A RUNNING BOLL AND THUS SO JUST GIVING IN SHALLOW FEET LAYOFF ON THE BOLL THEN TAKE A STEP MORE OF RUN TOWARDS THE BOLL AND THEN USE YOUR FOOT TO STEP ON THE BOLL RATHER THAN ON GROUND , SINCE YOUR FIRST TIME SO AUTOMATICALLY YOU WILL USE YOUR FOREFEET TO STOP THE BOLL RATHER THAN MID FOOT , BUT IF YOU WOULD PLAN BEFOREHAND TO USE FORESTEP THEN THE BOLL WOULD SLIP AWAY UNDERNEATH FROM YOUR FEET

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