Along with the other midfielders, the winger is actively involved in the game, providing balance when the team moves up the pitch or helping to break up the other team's play. The winger is the link between attack and defence, playing an essential role in keeping the team as a unit.
We've all taken stick after a bad shot, pass or cross from our weaker foot. (and even from our stronger one). I strongly recommend working on your weaker foot. Firstly, if the manager sees you're effective both on the right and left, they may well pick you more often. Most importantly, you'll not only be able to put in quality crosses, but your game will have more variety thanks to your ability to cut inside and attempt a curling shot with the inside of your other foot.
We recommend working on the following so you can put together a string of great performances:
Your VERSATILITY. This will help you contribute better to defensive and attacking play.
Your ENDURANCE. This will help you run up and down the wing with ease.
Your POSITIONING off the ball. This will test your ability to be patient!