#1
http://www.worldsoccershop.com/9477.html#ReviewHeader

I've mainly been looking at that one, and it seems from the reviews to be an incredible ball for the price. All I'd be using it for would be juggling on my own and shooting at a net every once awhile at home. Just thought I'd ask you guys if you have any other suggestions B)
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Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
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#3
1: Be European
2: enter random shopping mall
3: acquire ball
4: ????
5: IT'S FOOTBALL GODDAMNIT.
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#6
Quote by the bartender
1: Be European
2: enter random shopping mall
3: acquire ball
4: ????
5: IT'S FOOTBALL GODDAMNIT.


I'm a Welshman living in America. It's not that easy here..
Gear:

2004 PRS Swamp Ash Special
Peavey Valveking 212
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Line 6 UX2
#8
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Ah, soccer. You're the only football for me.

This ^

Quote by aeliustehman
I'm a Welshman living in America. It's not that easy here..

That IS heavy, dude!
I thought it was bad enough HERE, in Australia with Rugby being in the face of everyone, heavily pushed by the main media and Sport News.

Go with the ball you linked though, don't think you could go wrong with that!
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#9
Quote by wizards?
The Jabluanis(cba to figure out how to spell it properly) tend to be difficult to bend... Or maybe I'm just a terrible shot

Nah its not just you mate, they had loads of problems trying to get it to bend in the world cup.

Now, TS, if you just want a casual ball for training, just get yourself a Nike, don't bother wasting money on a top end ball for training, if you're getting one of those, use it for matches. Have a look at the Nike total 90s, they're still pretty current and really good for practicing skills and such. And i'm pretty damn sure you could pick one of those up for less than a Jo'Bulani. And there's a difference between the Jubalanis and the one's you've pointed out - you've got a training style ball, while the other is a proper match ball, but they're both pretty much competition level balls... So unless you're playing in the Champions League i'd probably steer clear.

Also - ITS CALLED FOOTBALL!!!!
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#10
The Jabulani is not a great ball. I've always found Mitre make decent footballs, though, and the Adidas champions league style balls are always great.
#11
the jobulani is a bit expensive, and contrary to what Wizards? said, it's good to bend, it just bends too much, and as such it's not the most accurate ball to kick with if you're aiming for pinpoint accuracy, but for kick-ups and the occasional shooting practise it's fine. but probably a bit expensive. look for something around the £10 mark ($17?) such as a Nike Merlin or Adidas F50 X-ITE II they sell for about £10 in JJB here. so yeh, unless you're deadly serious about mega quality, you can pick up a good ball for relatively inexpensive prices.
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#12
Go to a sports shop and pay under £10...

They're pretty common, man.
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#14
We've got shit tonnes of sportsshops around here, just walk in, pay 15 euro's, and walk out with a good football, you should only watch out with kicking it against trees which have sharp broken twigs on it, I once pierced my ball with it :')
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#15
Quote by the bartender
1: Be European
2: enter random shopping mall
3: acquire ball
4: ????
5: IT'S FOOTBALL GODDAMNIT.

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#18
Quote by aeliustehman
I'm a Welshman living in America. It's not that easy here..

They sell soccer balls everywhere that sells sports stuff here.
Last edited by Masamune at Apr 6, 2011,
#19
Just go to a sports shop and give them a squeeze.

Cheap balls are absolutely fine just depends on how hard you like your football.
#20
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