3. Accuracy of Passing
Passing accuracy means the ability of a player to use both of his feet for sending the ball to the desired destination of the player. It could mean delivering the ball straight to the feet of a teammate with power and precision, providing a through pass to space using appropriate weight, crossing the ball precisely in the net’s front, or, for strikers shooting it accurately and powerful into the net’s back. Players cannot achieve success in this field without being able to pass correctly with both of their feet.
4. Your body control
It refers to a player’s ability for moving their body fluidly for optimizing balance and coordination. As body control falls in the technique’s category rather than physical fitness, it refers mostly to form’s correctness. Long strides, a low center of gravity, and correct running form are reasonable indications of your good body control.
Intelligence for Game
Game intelligence can be measured by the ability of a player to make smart choices on the pitch quickly. Intelligent footballers aim to keep their game as clean as they can, minimizing energy expenditure and maximizing results at the same time. Essentially, game intelligence has to do with playing smarter.
Game intelligence consists of three skills:
5. Spatial awareness
It refers to the ability of a player to see space across the whole pitch and make use of it to their advantage. So, what does it mean when we mention seeing space clearly?
Players should have an awareness of the immediate space surrounding them. According to the ball’s position, their opponents and their teammates – where should they be? Are they advisable to move into space for receiving a pass? Should they draw defenders away from the teammate that has the ball for creating open space for them?