Inside Forwards & Two-Footedness

Sep 5, 2017
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I've been watching a few of my games in 'extended' playback recently to see if there are any tactical tweaks I could make. I've noticed that my inside forwards do still end up using their weaker foot surprisingly often. I'd say about 30% of their final balls (either passes, little crosses or shots when forced wide by the defenders) are made with their weaker foot.

With that in mind, would training two-footedness potentially be worth it for them?

I've just picked up a wonderkid regen with world-class potential & I'm thinking of getting him to spend a bit of his CA on becoming relatively two-footed. Is that a good idea?
 

Adrindrataa

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Sep 9, 2017
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It usually depends on their role.
In example Attacking Inside Forwards in the opposite side of their strong foot so they are more comfortable finishing. but Support Inside Forward might be better placed in the same side of their strong foot.
 
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