Is Overclass / Nuovo Fuoriclasse back?
If you would think of the distinction I made again, think of it this way: When you learn football, you learn to pass and to shoot, to dribble with the inside of the foot, and the outside of the foot. These are all "techniques" of football. You could theoretically be a beastly player if you ran two times faster than everyone else but that wouldn't be technique. Likewise, if your inside dribbling was so close and precise that the ball was glued to your foot and opponents couldn't take the ball without fouling you. That would be "dribbling."For me technique equals the touch you have on the ball. In passing Cassano could pull of some difficult things. Who would you put as the top 10 technical players ever?