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The source of my answer defies summarisation, but in this answer I'll put the current convention. I really suggest reading the source (hopefully still available when you read this) for an interesting history. Now many teams have adopted following con
“The rules of soccer are very simple, basically it is this: if it moves, kick it. If it doesn't move, kick it until it does”. Rightly quoted by Phil Woosnam, the game of football only involves kicking the ball from one end to the other
One key thing to keep in mind is that the FIFA ranking does not indicate how strong a team is but how well they have done. As the ranking procedure indicates, it only uses results of past games to give a score. Citing results from 2010 is also slight
In the 1987 Presidents Cup, USA were beaten 3-1 by Egypt in Seoul, South Korea. In the same tournament, USA played CD Espa
I recently got $200 on a sports betting website as a gift from a friend, they have different sports but I am most interested in soccer. I have 0 experience in betting, and I also don't know much about soccer (I mean I understand the sport well but I
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The answer LifeHacks gave is correct but somewhat incomplete. What you are asking is a winger that plays on the "wrong" side judging by the foot preference. Typically you'd want a left-footed player to play on the left side and a right footed player
You might be surprised to hear that the ratio of corners to goals is almost nil. On average, the data show that a corner is good for (drumroll .
As a last note, speed training is always done right after a proper warm-up consisting of mobility and flexibility, some activation exercises together with some running and skipping drills. With that being said, speed training is always performed at t