The best thing that we can say about a soccer player is that he has "play vision". But, what is it really mean? In the final game of 1970 World Cup, Pele went into the italian area and, instead of kicking the ball to the goal, he touched the ball to his right where suddenly another player, Carlos Alberto Torres, appeared. Just Pele had known that Carlos Alberto had been behind him. This player was who did one of the goals that made brazilian team won 4-1 the World Cup. A person with normal vision never could seen him, but Pele did it. How did he do it?
What kind of special power has a person that make him to seem has an eye on his neck? This means that he had a different game vision comparing to another player. That`s why we can say that he was one of the best player in soccer history. But what would had happened with Pele if he had not had an innate "peripheral vision".
Peripheral vision is the difference between a good player and a
crack, as Diego Armando Maradona. If you didnīt know that you have a skill like
peripheral vision in sports, you could improve your concentration and sport practice with
some exercises to help to your eyes and your vision, but you should ask to a sport
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