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HI.I have this problem in the park where this guy keeps on playing very rough. He thinks he is the toughest guy in there.If we ever fight with him we will guarentee lose.He also have alot of friends and they are older and bigger than us.There was 1 time where he injured my friend just because he tackled him. He isn't that good compared us but he is just so much bigger, taller and tougher but his football skills ain't that inpressiveand he plays very rough.
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As much as I would agree with JC, this is a piece of advice;jcdenton wrote:i'm sorry to tell you, but that's modern football, play it or leave it...
have enough courage to tackle and to accept the injury, or be pussy forever...
make quick passes. Don't hold on to the ball for too long as he can make tackles on U. Like me, I built on my physique and aggression and I'm the one currently injuring players.
Fighting somebody is not soccer.kirua_zodiac10 wrote:If we ever fight with him we will guarentee lose.He also have alot of friends and they are older and bigger than us.
In competitive games, you get hit all the time and it's all a part of the game. But, personally, I wouldn't risk injury just for a game in the park.
If you follow fir_nev's advice and he still goes for you after you get rid of the ball, I'm sure that his friends will notice that and turn on him too. Play the ball safely, and support fair play like I do . Fighting is not the way to solve problems in a game, the football solves problems in a game.