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Thread: Wrong footed players......

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    Wrong footed players......

    As in say a left footed right midfielder..... Does it matter?? Read somewhere on here once that it does and that its basically a tell tale sign a player will be a dud. Is that true??

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    Dont know for sure. I didnt notice a difference betwen for exemple MC right foot playin on left side of MC still playing good or ST left foot playing on right side. But Im trying to get player on place to give max from him hoping it work good and sometimes does meybe up to 5 goals more if playing on his right place the player realy gets its 100% from him.

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    in real life
    10 years ago: right foot play right flanks, left foot play left flank
    now : right foot play left and left foot play right flanks. Winger 's dribbling is more unpredicted than it was. (example: C. Ronaldo, Ribery, Roben, Messi ...)

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    i thinks it is random, even a both leg player play one side better and some player prefere one side but others don't. May be it depends on players, may be it is just random,
    an other clearly effect that CD's heights, in real life a 1m70 CD is terrible but in this game, they can have AO Specialiste, can win againts 2m striker in one to one areriel events.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tongly45 View Post
    in real life
    10 years ago: right foot play right flanks, left foot play left flank
    now : right foot play left and left foot play right flanks. Winger 's dribbling is more unpredicted than it was. (example: C. Ronaldo, Ribery, Roben, Messi ...)

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    i thinks it is random, even a both leg player play one side better and some player prefere one side but others don't. May be it depends on players, may be it is just random,
    an other clearly effect that CD's heights, in real life a 1m70 CD is terrible but in this game, they can have AO Specialiste, can win againts 2m striker in one to one areriel events.
    Not really....in real life short cb's are beasts too....canavaro, puyol, mascherano, t.silva...none of them are impressive in height yet they all are beasts. I find it funny as in top 11 a lot of fullbacks are left footed and play right back and right footed play left back. I do not give it special attention just find it funny

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    Nowadays Right footed players play left wing and vice versa so that they can turn around and shoot rather than just crossing. That's why wingers nowadays score comparatively more goals than before..... I have had 2 AMLs who were right footed. 1st was Santi Cazorla(I bought him with that name). He was a beast, top scorer one season and 2nd highest scorer the next season. Now I have Zelenka who is also right footed and he is doing good so far
    I don't think the game is programmed so well to make a difference with the players leg. Although I have seen that either footed players are the best at Free Kicks... Or it may be a mere coincidence


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    I think it makes no real diference, i Never look to those aspects like foot, height or weight.
    THIS GAME IS TO RANDOM! I STOP WAISTING MY TIME!

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    I wasn't talking about real life though. I'm talking about the game.

    I know in real life players can 'cut inside' from one of the wings and cause damage for example. I'm simply talking about THIS GAME. Has anyone ever found it makes a difference on Top Eleven? I'm talking mainly about wide players too. Not central players who are 'left centre back' or 'right centre midfield'. I'm talking full backs, wing backs, right and left midfielders etc.

    Whiterabbit - yeah I find it funny too, it's strange really but it seems like more players on the transfer list are right footed left backs or left footed right midfielders.