- A promising young footballer named Daniel Anorue has captured the hearts of tweeps with his dribbling skills
- Posting a video of a collection of his sporting performances on Twitter, Daniel asked for people's opinions on his talents
- Many people told him how he should improve while others wished him a bright future in the sport
A young man named Daniel Anorue has gone online and asked people to rate his football skills, adding that he is a left-footed midfielder.
He said he is currently enrolled at the Barca Academy in Lagos in Nigeria. Sharing the highlight of some of his sessions on the pitch, the young sportsman asked people to retweet his video so it could reach a wider audience.
Daniel also called for people's opinions on how he plays and got exactly what he asked for as thousands of people objectively assessed and praised him.
Watch his video below:
As at the time of writing this report, his video has been seen over 100 000 times with over 7000 retweets.
Below are some of the reactions it got:
"You are good man, keep up with the good work that you know how to do best."
"U play real good! I can't wait to scream your name when u score a solo goal or take an audacious short outside the box. The top is meant for u. Just keep working and focus."
"You are good bro. don't play as a wide man. Play as a number 10 ( a central position) and dribble less but enjoy yourself."
"I see a lot of people talking about "one touch football" here. Most don't know the first thing about coaching and talent development. Leave it to the experts please. Daniel, keep up the good work."
"This is good, l for starters, under a good manager you'll be better especially when you don't have to hang on the ball for too long. Nice foot btw."
"Good distribution ability. Good control of the ball. Good movement of the ball. You're going places Namesake!"
Tbh no hard feelings, the opponents are down, seen the full video, the goalkeepers are just poor, need better competition."
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Source: Briefly News