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    How would you call this skill ?
    This man has eagle eyes and a brilliant technique.

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    Almost as good as this guy: YouTube - Johnny McEntee amazing quarterback
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePope43 View Post
    That is ultimate precision !

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    Mad skills for sure. Didn't like the song selection and the weird disco dancing though. >_<"
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    Amazing skills that Johnny guy, wish I could do something like that!!!

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    Not for nothing but... I'd be a LOT more impressed if the video showed how many times it took for him to get those shots just right. We're only seeing individual shots, one edit after another. It reminds me of the video where this kid tosses a basketball from a great height, and it gets nothing but net when it reaches the hoop. We have no idea of how many takes that took, but I guarantee that it didn't happen on the first try.

    He's skilled for sure, I mean, I would have to be extremely lucky to be able to hit marks like that, but to the extent that a video like this would have us believe, I think is over exaggerated because of the editing. And that my friends, is one to grow on. Word.

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    Well in Johnny's video, as well as that other guy actually, you'll see some of their clips are actually one full scene...and that alone is enough to convince me..
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    well i think you have over looked the power you need to get behind the ball to kick it as far as he was, i have never been able to hit a ball 3/4 of the pitch from standing.
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    You can also try this one:
    YouTube - Foot 2009 (Rémi GAILLARD)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePope43 View Post
    Well in Johnny's video, as well as that other guy actually, you'll see some of their clips are actually one full scene...and that alone is enough to convince me..
    I hope not everyone else in the world is as easy to convince of something as you are! "One full scene" is a meaningless term when talking about digital video and editing. Who knows how many "full scenes" one might have to film, including this guy, to get it right? It's great and definitely an feat on its own, no doubt.. and the guy of course is an athlete, which I'm not questioning. Point still stands, however. Don't be a rube, there are enough of those in this world.

    I'd like to see him do it LIVE with less than 3 attempts to get it right, is all I'm saying. Dig?

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    That is amazing, I wish I could do all of that.

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    His general skill is really good, but the editing makes him look way better.

    The part where he is one on one with his friend is very much planned out. His friend kicks the ball to the right, then the next one to the left, right, left, right, left, and right again. Half the battle of catching saves is being able to guess where the player is going to send the ball into the net, there was no challenge.

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