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The week's most incredible skills in Europe
by Samuel Charles, February 12th, 2013 11:20PM

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[VIDEO PICK: Magic feet] An unbelievable two minutes of tricks and skills with excellent editing puts some of the most technical moments available anywhere all in one place.

Soccer AM’s sizzling Showboat series once again chooses music that is seemingly unredeemable, and then challenges its editors to unearth skills so aesthetically pleasing we are still compelled to share them with you, and grateful for our mute buttons.

This week’s entry is heavy on the U.K., with several players from the Premier League, including Clint Dempsey and Benoit Assou-Ekotto, who are caught grasping for air against Graham Dorrans of West Brom, and young Gary Mackay-Stevens in Scotland, who authored our favorite skill of the season in late January.

James Poole, of Hartlepool United in England’s League One, puts a cherry on things with a wonderful last goal…



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  1. Frank Cardone
    commented on: February 16, 2013 at 5:33 p.m.
    Do yourself a favor. Watch this video without audio.


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