Pele used a good amount of soccer tricks, but one of his most famous ones are the bicycle kick, he was playing in a random game and then out of no where he just came out and did that trick and scored a goal, Pele i think is one of the most amazing soccer players of all time.
It is where you have 11 players on 2 teams (1 goalkeeper on each team), and you have to try and kick the ball into the goal. Only the goalkeeper can touch the ball with his hand. After 90 minutes the team with the most goals wins.
Most soccer associations make players sign forms and the forms usually have an injury section talking about what you can do
most soccer players come from Germany and England and Brazil
most of the time when a goal keeper takes the penalty shot but sometimes when the goal keeper of the other team is so much above his field or area the goal keeper may kick the ball from goal to the other goal.
Cannavaro and Totti are the most popular Italian soccer players
David Beckham and Mia ham are the most known soccer players
Most people would argue that the best soccer kick in the world is the bicycle kick. An example of a bicycle kick is in the "Related Links" section
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yes, most soccer players do get calluses. Its from the friction occurring in the cleat
Mexico has the most soccer players in the world. A close second to them is Brazil, the UK and America.
Football players are undoubtedly tougher than soccer players. Football players tackle each other every game, slam into each other, pile on top of each other, and is the sport most prone to injuries and concussions. Soccer players are tough for running endurance, but football players run hundreds of yards a game, just not as much as a soccer player. In all, football players are tougher than soccer players. Soccer is tougher because you don't wear protection from head to toe like in football. Where in soccer you tackle,kick,shoot and all that stuff without protection.