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Street Magician Dynamo Pulls Off The Most Impressive Freestyle Football Trick We’ve Ever Seen (Video)

By Chris Wright

You may fancy yourself as a decent freestyler: You may be able to keep the ball in the air as you march around the entire central reservation of the M25; you may be able to whirl your leg around the ball five times between each touch; you may be able to do each keepy-uppy with an alternating earlobe – but we’re guessing that street magician Dynamo is the only freestyle trickster who can pull this particular feat off…

How about that for ball control?!

(Video: Dynamo/Youtube)

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By Chris on November 22nd, 2013 in Newsnow, Skills, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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6 Responses to “Street Magician Dynamo Pulls Off The Most Impressive Freestyle Football Trick We’ve Ever Seen (Video)”

  1. Mr. Chopper says:

    Watch the dude casually walking away in the background after the ball gets passed to Dynamo. He’s clearly holding something in his left hand, hence only the right arm being down. Then watch him run back to position WITH THE F’N BALL IN HIS HANDS before he’s supposed to.

    Very disappointing. It’s almost as if the whole thing is a sham.

  2. scotspur says:

    @mr chopper
    HOLY SHIT YOU MEAN IT’S NOT ACTUAL MAGIC?!?!?!?!!??!?!*&%!@&@#*)@*

  3. George says:

    Can I have my 2 minutes back?

  4. notamagician says:

    Two bits of fine fishing line, one a little longer than the other. Tie the longer to the forefingers, shorter to the thumbs.

    Watch him at the start bring his hands closer together, letting the lines fall either side of the ball. Then hands apart, and get tension, then lift the ball using the balls weight and your forefingers/thumbs to control the tension.

    As it rises, his hands go further apart, so the ball raises higher. Watch at the end when he flips the ball up, he pulls his hands apart fast, making the ball jump, then catches it.

    Also google for the extremely fine type of wire they use, its nigh on invisible. Good showmanship though.

  5. Kevin666 says:

    Actually I came for a freestyle trick. I suppose that’s the wrong video.

  6. Jarren says:

    Haha Mr. Chopper, well spotted.

    If the guy had of just kept walking away (or even stopped) it would have been flawless.

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