Cross (football) - History

History

It is apparent that there is a stark lack of high-quality crossers coming through in modern football. "Modern wingers," currently coming through, such as Theo Walcott and Sebastian Giovinco, are far more similar to the typical quick striker, and are molded into this position by their coaches. Players such as Garrincha and David Beckham have become archaic in terms of how they play, as the crossing part of the game appear to be fading away, and this is arguably attributed to the emphasis on dribbling techniques and "tricks" as opposed to distribution techniques.

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