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Meet Kerlon, the amazing seal dribbler from Brazil

I've started to hear a lot about Brazilian teenager Kerlon Moura Souza. He's inevitably been called 'the next Ronaldinho', mostly because he's an amazing dribbler. He currently plays for Cruzeiro in Brazil but he's reportedly being closely watched by Man Utd, and several other big European clubs. Kerlon's party piece is his amazing 'seal dribble', which you can see in the following YouTube clip (watch him doing more orthodox, yet still brilliant stuff here). Not sure how effective the seal dribble is (he can't see where he's going), but what a talent:

December 1, 2006 in Players to watch | Permalink

Comments

Wow, that Kerlom kid looks pretty good, but so does Japanese TV!

If only GMTV was that cool. Can you imagine, clips of great footballing youngsters being shown on GMTV at quarter past seven in the morning? No. All we get is poxy 'I'm A Celebrity' rubbish and some X-Factor nonsense.

I'm emigrating...

Posted by: Matt Parker | Dec 1, 2006 11:20:54 AM

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