What professional footballers say about SenseBall
José María Cruz Gallardo, Head of R+D+I Football at Sevilla FC
Belgium international, has played for Standard Liège, Benfica, FC Zenit Saint Petersburg, Tianjin Quanjian, Borussia Dortmund and currently at Atlético de Madrid.
Cristian Brocchi, AC Milan Primavera coach
Belgium international, has played for FC Utrecht, PSV Eindhoven, SSC Napoli and currently at Galatasaray. Elected among the 20 best players in Europe in 2011 by Spanish sports newspaper Marca.
Dries Mertens: « All the players were given a football on the end of a string with a handle, you had to hold the handle, juggle and kick the ball permanently with both feet. I am convinced I have mastered playing with both feet thanks to those exercises. Sometimes we did exercises to music so there was a beat urging the players to keep up the same rhythm. These training sessions are not to be underestimated! They are very difficult and demanding. And no one could lose the rhythm! »
Dirk Gyselinckx, Technical Coordinator Elite Youth for all youth teams of RSC Anderlecht from 2005 to 2014
Dutch international, has played for Ajax Amsterdam, Real Madrid, Inter de Milan and Galatasaray.
Bertrand Antoine, in charge of preliminary training FC Metz
Professional footballer with AC Milan, Atalanta BC, AC Monza, Empoli FC, US Lecce
Teodoro Palatella, Academy Director FC Lugano
Belgium international, has played for KRC Genk, Germinal Beerschot, Middlesbrough, Blackpool FC, Cercle Brugge and currently at Royal Antwerp FC.
Mario Reggiani, Coach First Team Football Milan Ladies
Professional goalkeeper with Busan IPark, Avispa Fukuoka, Gangwon FC, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, Suwon FC - National team U20, U23
AS Génération Foot
Olivier Perrin, General Manager Génération Foot Academy
Professional footballer with Atalanta, Bari, Brescia, Inter de Milan, Sampdoria, Turin, Verona - National team U20, U21 (over 100 goals scored in his career).
What the press says about SenseBall and the CogiTraining method
The Herald Scotland
South China Morning Post