This is a good attempt to create a simple football game, but has many flaws. The major one is inneficient AI, especially for goal keepers. Controls are decent: it's either rewarding or painfully frustrating to dribble, as well as to shoot. I suggest, if you make a sequel, allowing the user to change the player it controls, or make the game change it faster when the opposing team counters.
Oh, and please disable goals once the clock hits zero: if anyone shoots and scores just at half-time, it counts as an own goal. :O
It still has potential for a good game and has nice settings like men per team (although the more, the worse the abovementioned flaws get), 5 difficulty levels ("Very hard" kicked my rear, "Hard" not really) and possibility for multiplayer. Hence, despite being somewhat torturing, it deserves to be checked out.
The game is pretty decent. My biggest complaint is that the controls aren't convenient at all. It doesn't make any sense to pay the trigger functions right next to the mobility keys if you're playing one player. The controls above should only go for two players only, which I assume is not going to happen very often.
Also, the player on the field that you are should be highlighted if it's going to change along with the position on the field in which you're in. The player switching is also very random and unorganized.
Other then that, I found this to be pretty fun. I assume the ball facing/kicking is one of the challenging elements of this game, so I wont complain about that aspect.
Controls are BAD! the AI move perfectly and the player keeps changing you cant tell who you are at times -__-
That fuckin game made no sense
well done other than controls and i'd like to see some AI for the keepers. I noticed that the comp could move two or more "footballers" at a time making the game quite difficult in the upper difficulties. also 11v11 seems a bit crowded