Soccer Tricks - How to do a Malouda Flick - Online Soccer Academy





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Published on Mar 5, 2012

Soccer tricks are fun! Today we are learning how to do the Malouda Flick.
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The Malouda Flick is a challenging way to start juggling with your feet. Do this before training when you are juggling with your friends and you will look legit!

Key Points:
1. Place your plant foot at a 45 degree angle exposing the inside part of your foot to the ball.

2. Back Heel the ball into the inside part of your plant foot near your ankle bone.

3. Keep your foot firm in the ground. You want it to be hard like a rock. If you jump or move your plant foot, it will be loose like jello and make this trick more difficult.

4. Tilt your plant foot back just a bit so it acts like a ramp for the ball.

5. Your back heel foot should come across your plant leg after you heel the ball, not behind it. Then take a small step back with your plant foot and be ready to juggle with your dominant foot.

Exercise Player Can Do:
To practice start off doing the motion of this trick without the ball. Once comfortable make it happen with the ball. Repeat until you master it or are tired.

What Player Could Be Doing Wrong:
If the ball is going all over the place you may be rushing this flick. Don't swing to fast on your back heel. If you do the technique right, it doesn't require extra fast movements.

If the ball isn't popping up for you make sure you are hitting the inside part of your foot near your ankle bone and your foot has a slight tilt in it.

Bonus Tip:
This is a hard skill but you will get it! Be confident and don't be surprised when it works for you!

Remember if you Believe in it® and back that up with hard work, anything in life is possible!

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syed omer
He talks more with his hands than mouth 
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Thx a lot man you are a professional at soccer, I can't believe I can do it 
skill by A.T
Lol look his face
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Tadeo Bennett
Thanks very much. This made me feel great as I'm starting to juggle. Very helpful.
Jake Harmsworth
i found it hard u should do a slow motion of you doing it to give us an example
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Anes Dizdar
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anonymous 5
+OnlineSoccerAcademy.com what should I do if my foot hits my other foot while I try to flick it up
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Ramen Baro
I was looking for this very juggling pick up technique. Thanks 4 Ur video
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