Donnerstag, 08.12.2016

Conventional Winger

In contrast, a conventional winger, who plays with a strong left foot on the left side and with strong right foot on the right side, bombs up and down the pitch at express speed and knocks the ball in the box when he reaches the last third. However, some players are more effective when they are fielded conventionally and frequently switch between a more classic style of play and the one inverted wingers uses. That is why, despite, for instance, a left footer plays on the left side, he can also cut inside and act like an inverted winger. However, the ability of having two feet of equal value is rather helpful.