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Introduction

PE Coursework

Section B

Weaknesses and Strengths

For Harry I have to pick out all of his weaknesses and strengths. On this section I will list all his strengths weaknesses for every aspect of his football ability.

Passing

Strengths:

Harry hits well weighted long passes with his stronger, left, foot.

He picks out a good pass a majority of the time.

When he passes, Harry is always looking for the return pass.

His movement after the pass is hit is always pretty good.

Weaknesses:

Harry cannot pass well with his weaker, right, foot.

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Middle

He also varies his crosses well depending on the player’s positions in the area (including the goalkeeper)

Weaknesses:

Harry often hits crosses behind the forwards who are running forwards.

He has a habit of over-hitting crosses.

Harry cannot cross accurately with his right foot.

He will not find a striker who is in the area on his own.

Tackling

Strengths:

He is good at chasing back and getting in recovering tackles.

Harry can slide tackle to good effect.

He times his tackles very well.

Weaknesses:

He often gives away needless fouls.

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Conclusion

He has good power in his shots.

Weaknesses:

When trying too hard he misses the target.

He panics when one on one with the goalkeeper.

Physical Ability

Strengths:

Harry has good pace over long distances.

He has superb cardio-vascular endurance.

Weaknesses:

He is slow over short distances.

Considering his size Harry does not make effective use of his strength on the ball

Mental Ability

Strengths:

Harry is very good at anticipating what will happen and counters wingers well.

Harry is always focused for every game and is a good captain.

Weaknesses:

Harry is not confident enough to charge down goal bound shots.

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