Gio Zola said:Positive. Those players need to quit whining. I'm sure the European players would have lo.ved to have had it at Euro. They couldn't hardly get a good cross in because of the beach-ball they ended up playing with. Aerow always does excellent when I use it.
You say that it is hard to play with, a good player doesn't blame the ball. If the ball is differant then you need to learn to play with it so it doesn't effect you. You, if you are a good player that is, should adjust to the ball in order it make it so it doesn't effect your game. Saying that the ball is too light is just and excuse for a screw up. If you know the ball tends to float then put it lower to the ground when you hit it, simply adjust to make it feel normal for you. This talk about how it is no good to play football with is rubbish, it obviously is because a) it is FIFA Approved and b) It is the ball that they used for Euro. Obviously the wouldn't give them a second rate ball.Gio Zola said:Maybe if you're trying to lob the goalkeeper from 60 yards is the Euro ball good for hitting, but if you're trying to a) cross, b) shoot, or c) play football, it's not good.
That is also not true. If a ball is a total piece but it is inflated right then according to you it is perfect....that is far from the truth. A ball needs to be quality as well as properly inflated to be dubbed a good ball.Sazón said:Balls don't make any difference at all. As long as it's not flat, and not too hard, then the ball is perfect.
:ass:premleague1438 said:That is also not true. If a ball is a total piece but it is inflated right then according to you it is perfect....that is far from the truth. A ball needs to be quality as well as properly inflated to be dubbed a good ball.