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09-13-2012, 12:20 PM
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As far as creativity is concerned, yeah, same standards as for hockey, usually it's highly skilled players who are able to pull off something unconventional to create scoring chances or score goals. Just like in the NHL there isn't a lot of time and space in soccer on the highest level these days, so players with the ability and technical skill to do something unexpected and effective all of a sudden are highly sought after and generally considered creative.
Attractivity is something that's subjective IMO, in soccer teams that like to play an open free flowing fast paced style with many quick direct passes are often considered attractive. The opposite would be teams that like to sit back and prefer to operate with a lot of simple long/high passes up the pitch.

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