A centerman's attitude on the field should be cool, confident, and calculating. In his position he can see more of the field (and thus the enemy) than any other position on the field. This also means that more of the enemy can see him. He needs to stay focused and relay positions to teammates while watching for opportunities to take.
A front player's task is to perform the major movements and eliminations on the field during a speedball game. As the name suggests, this places the front man far forward on the speedball field, compared to the other positions. Front players stay low, firing comparatively little and making heavy use of snap shooting. Because of this, they rely very heavily on the rest of the team to provide them with developments across the field. Front players and back players are very closely related, and in some cases, a back player will be assigned to communicate with and cover a front player when the latter is in a critical position or attempting to maneuver. Front players should know how to slide flawlessly to lower their center of gravity and keep a low profile.
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Well, my role as backman mostly suit me the best. The one who is shouting pin-points and enemy whereabouts. Spamming the most paints all the time linning or keeping the enemy in its bunker. I liked it. We don't have a lot of photos that are taken during game but i'll try to upload some in next post.