yes. you can set positions for players anyway you like. games played in the sixties and seventies often used the line up of Keeper right back left back right half center half left half right wing inside right center forward inside left left wing
the positions in soccer are: 3 forwards, 3 Midfields,3 defence, a sweeper(behind the defence), and the goalie
Special teams is not a position in soccer.
Though it is possible for a player from any position to score a goal, goals are usually scored by the forwards or strikers.
There are 4 "jobs" a soccer player can have. They can be the goalie who is guarding the net at the end of the field, they can be a defender who are positioned in front of the goalie's box, a midfielder who is positioned in front of the defense, or a forward/attacker who is positioned in front of the midfielders. The 2 most popular ways to place a soccer team are 4 defence, 4 midfield, 2 forwards AND 4 defence, 3 midfield, 3 forwards (there is also the goalie, which there can only be 1 of).
Michael Owen plays the forward position. In soccer, forwards are also known as strikers.
Training for a specific position or area of the field (like forwards, outside midfield, etc)
Attacking Midfielder-Right. An Attacking Midfielder usually plays between the Midfielders and Forwards.
left and right strickers or forwards
Wing position in soccer means: playing on the sides which is a midfielder on the sides of the fields always go up and down the field which makes them run alot.... and they help out the defence wings sometimes.
Anyone CAN score, but the main scorers are the stikers, aka forwards, the player whose position is closest to their opponent's goal
If your talking about soccer , yes. Any type of position in midfield or forward is good. Usually the "center" midfield is the best and the forwards ("stikers") are good too.