Sunday, April 04, 2010

What happens when… 100 children play a top division soccer XI? – More Than Mind Games

Just for fun, here is the last of a series of 3 Youtube videos showing what happened when J-League side Cerezo Osaka took on a team of 100 pretty useful-looking primary school kids.
As you might imagine, both offside and playing the ball along the ground become irrelevancies. And when you’re not just enjoying the fun, it’s actually quite interesting to see how the professional team try to think their way around a set of 100 new problems. The answer for both teams is – go wide, and use set pieces: this happened in Edwardian football too…
Looks pretty frustrating. Thanks James
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