Football is not an easy sport. If you want to reach great heights in your career as a football player, you need to start young. Young players from all around the world are being recruited by the top clubs because of their natural talents. To be recruited by top clubs, you have to impress them with your abilities and performance in the field and be in the right place at the right time to be seen. They look for technique, tactical awareness, physical attributes, competitiveness, and good behavior.
One such footballer is 18-year-old Carmine Chiapetta from Switzerland. At only 18 years of age, he has been playing for the football club FC Basel. He has been in the squad for about two and a half years now and has a signed contract till 2025. He plays as a right-foot winger and wears the number 71 jersey. Before playing for FC Basel, Chiapetta was a winger for FC Schaffhausen. When he was 15, FC Basel bought him from FC Schaffhausen and he has been playing for them ever since. Chiapetta has completed his schooling and is now focused only on football and achieve great things his career.
Chiapetta is very hardworking and trains every day for 1-3 hours. Wingers are usually players of great speed or dribbling ability so as to provide cut-backs or crosses from which strikers can score. They play a key role and it is important that they have a well-rounded game to have a great impact on the team. Wingers do much high-speed running from defense to attack. To be able to do this, training every day to strengthen his abilities is very important for Chiapetta.
This is just the beginning of Chiapetta’s career and he a long way to go and reach new heights. His passion for football is unwavering and he is on his way to becoming one of the top players of this game.
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