Sorry if that thread has been here already. I'm too lazy to look up for it.
Anyway, what are your qualities as a player. Which you rate.
I'm not really technical player, I can't do much tricks, but I use lot of speed to go past players. Of technical qualities probably my best is passing as I can give pretty many short, precise and quick passes and my long balls aren't really average either. I often add a little curl into the passes.
When I get one on one againist goalkeeper or any player I usually like to shift my legs some time and see which foot has the better position as I've worked a lot with my left foot as I can pass and finish even better with my left foot than my right.
I can basically cover up all the positions from goalkeeper to defender. Though I prefer to be either fullback, holding midfielder or center-back. I like to run and fight a lot and those positions give me a lot of chances to do so. I like sliding tackles and when I'm marking I never really give too much room away and I don't really rush with tackling as I prefer to stop players run and wait for the moment when I feel I have very good chances to win it back.
In my neighbourhood I'm probably the best defensive player eventhough my attacking is rather nice thanks to my pace also.
On mental level I like shouting at others. I'm more of a captain like. I like to keep the game organized. I have quite a good vision and I see a lot of what should be done and where are holes to play in (I often hit the ball foward through opponents leg and then go past him with speed and pick up the ball to continue the run). When attacking I often find out lots of zones where to pass the ball into, but most of the times no-one reacts to my "free run here!" shouts. I always praise players if they do something good and when things don't go bad I say it can happen, no problem. I just like to play. I don't care if I'm put into the much weaker team, I don't care if we're 0-4 behind. I always keep on saying "Let's play!".
I consider myself a great player in our neighbourhood, but we don't train and basically have very few good players. Few years ago few guys from the youth team which is one of the best in Estonia said that I'm a very good player, but I would've probably gone to their trainings if I would've not broken my foot or lived in a place where it's hard to go that teams trainings.
My brightest achievements probably are to hit 6 goals againist a rather great goalkeeper who was like 5 years older than me and once we played the best youth team around here we were great in defence and kept a clean sheet until first half with me in defence. But then our idiot coach told me to go to attack and we conceeded twice in second half from stupid mistakes.