Strategy: successful football plays require cunning strategy. It’s not enough to just grab the ball and run; you often have to outsmart and outwit your opponents. While there are basic plays, there are also many strategies that are kept secret in a team’s playbook.
Physical prowess: in addition ket qua bong da to the strategy aspect mentioned above, football also requires a high level of physical ability. Players need speed to outrun and out maneuver their opponents. They need strength to be able to tackle the big players on the opposing team. They need endurance to be able to play through the entire game. And they need physical toughness to survive being hit and tackled throughout the game.
Violence: although some people may say that football is “too violent,” that’s actually one of the things that makes it appeal to viewers. While football itself is not about violence, the players’ attempts to tackle each other do have violent overtones which make the sport more exciting. Of course, it’s just part of the game (you have to tackle your opponent to bring them down), but the game isn’t about trying to hurt your opponent.
Drama: certain football players have a flair for the dramatic. From fancy touchdown dances to throwing a fit if they get a penalty, and even drama in their daily lives outside of the sport (not going to name anyone here but I’m sure you can think of a few professional football players who have had some drama associated with them).
Technique: along with strategy mentioned above, football requires certain techniques. For example, the ability of the quarterback to throw the ball exactly where he wants it to go; the receiver being able to catch the ball, even if it requires a spectacular leap over an opposing player; running with the ball and faking out the guy attempting to tackle you, causing him to miss and allowing you to run to the end zone.