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    player foot what mean

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    mean that the player walk with left foot and run with right foot
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    He is Left footed. RVP and Podolski 2 good examples of Left footed forwards.
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    any issue if my team 10 player is right and 1 left only

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaa6285 View Post
    any issue if my team 10 player is right and 1 left only
    No, It shouldn't make too much difference.
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    I have read on here that the only time it matters is when it comes to corner and free kick takers. Whether that is true or not, I can't say, but I try to stick to Left Footed for left side free kicks and corners, and right for right.

    No comparisons to real life, as I have said before, in my playing days I was almost totally right footed, but towards the end of my career and in the VERY occasional games I play these days, I favoured going down the left wing and cutting in. I took corners from both sides. The only problem was when I hit the by-line and had to cut back to get a cross in. Not a big problem when you are against a one-footed right back though.

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    You've all got it wrong. Didn't you know? Nordeus created T11 as a Paralympic football manager game. It shows us how great handicapped players can play, I think we all have been pretty successful. Most T11 players have only one foot, either left or right, but some have both, then their foot will be 'Either' and they will be handicapped in another way, maybe they're blind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy Tee View Post
    I have read on here that the only time it matters is when it comes to corner and free kick takers. Whether that is true or not, I can't say, but I try to stick to Left Footed for left side free kicks and corners, and right for right.

    No comparisons to real life, as I have said before, in my playing days I was almost totally right footed, but towards the end of my career and in the VERY occasional games I play these days, I favoured going down the left wing and cutting in. I took corners from both sides. The only problem was when I hit the by-line and had to cut back to get a cross in. Not a big problem when you are against a one-footed right back though.
    For corners the foot depends in which side will creat in swing or outswing crosses. For free kicks right footed is more favorable on the left side because they can swerve the ball away from the keeper near or far post. Vice-versa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Potemy View Post
    You've all got it wrong. Didn't you know? Nordeus created T11 as a Paralympic football manager game. It shows us how great handicapped players can play, I think we all have been pretty successful. Most T11 players have only one foot, either left or right, but some have both, then their foot will be 'Either' and they will be handicapped in another way, maybe they're blind.

    I mean no disrespect to handicapped people btw.

    I feel insulted !!! I am a handicap !!!
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