Round and round we goHe was superb last time he played on the right mate.
The last league name Atangana played he was truely woeful and was hooked off at half time.I would like to see Nige in for Collins, hold midfield to allow Dieng to play a little further forward. Others will say that Taylor should come in, but for me, he just hasn't shown anything to warrant selection.
it wouldn’t - it wasn’t even close. None of the ball was on the line, never mind all of it overNot seen it mentioned(not that I’ve seen every post) but the ‘save’ on the goal line during the scramble was very contentious. I suspect in a PL game a goal would have been awarded.
You're completely right, it can be trained. I don't doubt that caprice practices with his left foot. I fear its more of a confidence thing, and he's too reliant on his right.This is an interesting one. I know it’s a COMPLETELY different level but my lad is strongly right footed and for the last two or three years from U15 to U18 age groups he had to play left wing. I spent time with him coaching him how to cross with his left foot and doing exercises with him and the team which involved him crossing with his left foot. He quickly picked it up and in the end had a really good left footed cross. And he was a 15 year old schoolboy who wasn’t only playing football all day every day.
Although I admit I get frustrated to by players who can’t use both feet, I do wonder if we’re being completely fair.You're completely right, it can be trained. I don't doubt that caprice practices with his left foot. I fear its more of a confidence thing, and he's too reliant on his right.
The ability to use both feet has always been a basic skill I'd have thought.Although I admit I get frustrated to by players who can’t use both feet, I do wonder if we’re being completely fair.
Why didn’t people ask Brian Lara (in his day) to play right handed, or Andy Murray to play left handed?
Any reason why footballers should be different?