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I Tested 100 Football Myths


Matthew Brandon
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Testing 100 football myths sounds like a comprehensive and fascinating project. Here’s a categorized approach to tackling such myths, covering various aspects of football from gameplay to rules, history, and even off-the-pitch phenomena.

Gameplay Myths
Myth: Heading the ball is more accurate than shooting with the feet.
Myth: Direct free kicks are more likely to result in goals than indirect free kicks.
Myth: Long passes are less effective than short passes.
Myth: Left-footed players are better at playing on the left wing.
Myth: Teams with higher possession always win.
Myth: Teams that press high up the pitch are more successful.
Myth: Counter-attacking football is less effective than possession-based football.
Myth: Goalkeepers are better at saving penalties if they move early.
Myth: A team’s form is a good indicator of future performance.
**Myth: Taller goalkeepers are always better.

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