He is a soccer player in Peru. His position is the attacker. You can find a picture of him at: it.soccerway.com/.../2054/
a player positioned, by preference or the managers choice, in the third nearest the oppisitions goal
There are way more than 4. But the basic positions are: Goalkeeper Defender Midfielder Attacker
A goalkeeper or defender can position himself so as to make it more difficult for a player to score. By doing this or forciing the attacking player away from the goal and towards the endline, it is a tighter angle for the attacker to shoot clearly at the goal. This can be called cutting down the angle.
Striker is usually the player in a team who is always placed as an attacker to the other goal. In football striker has more significance than any other player in the starting 11
yes the attacker can. but if the attacker is waiting behind the defenders, and receives the ball when she is behind the defender , it will be called an offside, and the other team will simply get a penalty. But if you already have the ball, you can just dribble it past the defenders and score.
Neither the attacker's nor defender's arms are included when judging offside, because they cannot be lawfully used to play the ball.
some soccer players are called professional soccer players
Pele is called the best soccer player in the world.
They try to score. Kinda like a forward in soccer.
There is none but Attacker is the closest thing
Yes. That is called a player manager. Yes. That is called a player manager.
any time the ball goes out of play, possession is given to the other team than the player who touched it last. If it goes over the touch line in the attacking end, and an attacker touched it last, then it becomes a goal kick.
its called shadowing
Midfielder, attacker, defending, and goalkeeper.
He is a striker. An attacker. A forward.
the main role as a forward,attacker or striker is to score goals
It is called heading
They are called substitutes.
i think it is called safety or midfielder or sweeper