Yes it depends what postition your playing. if you mid-field you can play forward if you got enough energy. ig you are defense you can probablly play mid field.. but midfield and defense are the hardest jobs on the field.
No you can't play for two football/soccer teams at once unless they are not in the same league (e.g. In the same league means can never, ever meet in seasons to come, relegation's promotion's) or/and are in the same cups and in that case you will only be able to play for one of the teams in the cup even if the team you have chosen are knocked out before the other team
Yes and no - Yes - you can play for an international team and a club team, which is why most club leagues have 'international break' weeks, so the players in their respective clubs can play for their countries in international friendlies or international tournament qualifiers. No - you cannot play for more than one club. ** If you are on loan, you can play for the other club that you got loaned to, although you can't play for your former club until your loan period ends. In addition, if the club you got loaned to has to play your former club (if both clubs happen to be in the same league, or same tournament), you will be ineligible to play, because of specific regulations on loans. *** You can also train with another club during your former club's offseason - David Beckham has done that with AC Milan and Tottenham Hotspur while he was at LA Galaxy.
you have the forwards, the midfielders (half backs), defense (full backs), and the goalie of coarse....which gives you 4 positions
There are 4 positions in soccer. There are goalies, defense, offense, and mid field [forward].
Well, yes they can. But its most likely in the NBL that they probably stay in their own positions.
There are 11 positions on a soccer pitch
There are 11 positions in a football team
the main positions in child soccer is goalie forward mid fielder and defender
The Laws of the Game define one (and only one) position: the Goalkeeper. Many coaches will say that there are no positions in soccer, because the players are not limited to only certain parts of the playing field; 'positions' are just strategical guidelines.
The soccer positions are forward, mid field, wing, goal keeper, sweeper, bench and back.
for example if you wanted to know about soccer, you would go to google and search soccer positions
No position in soccer is unique to that sport.
Job information can be found at the Soccer Positions website. In fact, it has a huge database regarding all kinds of Soccer jobs that are readily available.
When you are a child playing soccer you choose a position that you enjoy most or that you are best at after trying out all of the positions. You work at the position and it becomes your position.
Positions get their names by where they are at on the field. Walter Camp invented many of them, including "quarterback." Others, including "halfback" and "fullback," were borrowed from soccer and rugby.
goalie, defender, midfielder, forward
The regular are goalie, defender, midfielder, and forward