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  • Guide to Headers & Volleys

    Guide to Headers & Volleys

    May 25, 2011

    At PUMA Football HQ we’ve been discussing our mutual love of Headers & Volleys. Whilst dozens of variations, as well as names exist for this classic and much loved game, the basic premise remains the same – get the ball in the back of the net either by using your head or by volleying it past the keeper!

  • PUMA Football Round Up from the Weekend

    PUMA Football Round Up from the Weekend

    May 23, 2011

    The Premiership and Serie A seasons both came to a close over the weekend and whilst the champions had already been crowned, there were a few more twists and turns during the final 90 minutes of the campaign.

  • Guide to Getting Swerve or Power on Your Free Kicks

    Guide to Getting Swerve or Power on Your Free Kicks

    May 11, 2011

    At PUMA Football we know what it’s like scoring a match winning free kick in the last minute. Some players have carved out reputations as mercurial set piece takers based on their ability to beat keepers with raw pace or swerve their shot round a wall.

April 2011

  • Guide to the Step-over & Elastico

    Guide to the Step-over & Elastico

    April 27, 2011

    At PUMA Football we appreciate it’s the skill and trickery that make the beautiful game that little bit more attractive, so we’ve come up with a guide to two of footballs most mesmerizing moves; the Step-over and Elastico!

  • PUMA Football Weekend Round Up

    PUMA Football Weekend Round Up

    April 18, 2011

    This weekend was another action packed and successful couple of days for PUMA teams! Many picked up important wins which will edge them closer to European football and in a couple of cases, top flight safety!

  • The Many Faces of a Football Chairman

    The Many Faces of a Football Chairman

    April 15, 2011

    Love them or loathe them, every football club needs a chairman. Some are trigger happy and fire managers at the first sign of a slump, whilst others think money solves every problem!