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27.10.2009 11:47

Barca style of play to feature in Nike competition


The Barca coaches feature in a series of interactive videos available to purchasers of Nike boots in which they give advice and explain various tactics to improve footballing skills.

The Barca style of play continues to attract attention and in Nike's latest videos, it's not just the coaching staff at the club, but also Andres Iniesta and ex-Barca youngster Cesc Fabregas who give advice on how to improve your game. The videos are part of a competition, the winners of which will receive a training session with Jordi Roura, a member of the Barca coaching team.

Learn with the Barca coaches

2009-10-25_PARTIDO_21.JPGAs Josep Guardiola says in the promotional video, this is for footballers who want to: “receive, control and pass the ball, to control a game”.
To watch the videos, which form part of the Nike Football + campaign, you have to first buy a pair of CTR360 Maestri boots. On purchasing, you will receive a code which allows you to access the videos in which Barca coaches show you how to improve your skills.

Improve over four weeks

The Master Control training session presented by Jordi Roura and Tito Vilanova is the first in the Nike Football + series, with the next videos concentrating on areas such as speed and accuracy. Each of the three programmes is made up of a training programme to last for four weeks.

You can train like Barca!

The 20 best results from the interactive video sessions will win an exclusive session with Barca coach Jordi Roura, Now if you want to you can learn the Barca style of play!
Barca style of play to feature in Nike competition

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How to watch the videos?
All the CTR360 Maestri boots include an individual user code, which when entered at the Nike site - www.nikefootball.com – allows the user to enter the interactive training programme.

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