The psychology of the penalty shootout: why movement is key and hesitation can be fatal | Paul Wilson | Football | The Guardian

The psychology of the penalty shootout: why movement is key and hesitation can be fatal | Paul Wilson | Football | The Guardian

I have no problem with penalties as a way to decide games. It is a big psychological battle and I find them especially fun at the end of games. Just to toot my horn, I’ve never missed a penalty in a competitive game(most of the those came when we went to penalty kicks at the end of knockout games).

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