The striker. The center forward. The number 9. The “pure” forward. The target forward. He has a lot of names, but the role is the same.
Ahh, now we get to the attack.
The magic. The mystery. The legend.
This may be the most difficult position to spell out.
This is a critical role in any formation, and the 4-3-3 is no exception.
Again, from the No Short Corners blog, a description of the ideal for center backs. The author first describes his feelings about the general roles while talking about the right-sided center back:
I’m going to start a series of posts that basically provide the text of some posts from the excellent No Short Corners blog.
I finally had time to sit down and watch the part of the US-Mexico game that was played during our boys’ practice, and I saw something of interest.
Every player who plays as an outside midfielder should read this. Actually every player should read this.
I’ve moved most of my video posts over to the facebook page, but this so interesting, full of such great ideas, that I had to post it here (where I hope more people will see it).