how do i perform a wall pass in FIFA?

#31wrexwrecksPosted 11/16/2012 8:10:06 PM
Wall pass makes perfect sense when you think about it.

Except instead of a wall, it's another human being that you're bouncing the ball off of.
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#32Peeto87Posted 11/18/2012 8:05:30 PM
Wall pass is more than acceptable. Wall pass is a common term with your back to goals.
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#33Val_JesterPosted 11/19/2012 1:27:13 AM
EddieWeMissU posted...
But you play on a court in basketball.

wut


Usually anything with grass they call a field. You don't play basketball on the grass. Just like they don't say hockey field.

Tennis is sometimes played in grass but more commonly on clay or cement. That's why its also a court.

These are simple things that you really should be able to figure out.

Also "wall pass" is the stupidest thing I've ever heard. This is the first time I'm ever hearing this.

Wall pass lol
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#34KingsfalPosted 11/19/2012 3:06:13 AM
GlassRabbit posted...
i'm new to FIFA, so any offensive tips are appreciated

i've got jockeying & defense pretty well covered.


-thanks.



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If you're still reading into this post (most likely not since no one cared to help), and if by wall pass you actually meant one-two pass, you need to press the LB + A button to initiate the one-two pass, then when the initial player starts his run, return the ball to him by either pressing the LB + Y button for a lobbed through pass, or simply the Y button for a grounded through pass, there are variations of the one-two pass which you can see in this tutorial as well:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nMFZYhXbbI
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#35OmisanAndrewPosted 11/19/2012 3:59:28 AM
Everyone who claims to have never heard of a wall pass is either a kid who doesnt know anything or a shut in that has never played sports and only knows terms from watching tv or reading articles.

In sports you encounter alot of coaches at alot of different levels. If you play more than one sport than you will learn that terminology is mixed and passed around between them all.

Wall pass is a term that has application in hockey, soccer, basketball, basically any sport that allows you to pass the ball around more than once( meaning not American football)

While not all coaches would use this term you will encounter some coach that will use it as you switch teams and move around between sports.
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#36dj_emzPosted 11/19/2012 8:44:09 AM
This isn't Fifa Street.
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#37Val_JesterPosted 11/19/2012 9:40:53 AM
OmisanAndrew posted...
Everyone who claims to have never heard of a wall pass is either a kid who doesnt know anything or a shut in that has never played sports and only knows terms from watching tv or reading articles.

In sports you encounter alot of coaches at alot of different levels. If you play more than one sport than you will learn that terminology is mixed and passed around between them all.

Wall pass is a term that has application in hockey, soccer, basketball, basically any sport that allows you to pass the ball around more than once( meaning not American football)

While not all coaches would use this term you will encounter some coach that will use it as you switch teams and move around between sports.


No.

Give and go and 1-2.
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#38A_Long_DecemberPosted 11/19/2012 9:55:02 AM
OmisanAndrew posted...
Everyone who claims to have never heard of a wall pass is either a kid who doesnt know anything or a shut in that has never played sports and only knows terms from watching tv or reading articles.

In sports you encounter alot of coaches at alot of different levels. If you play more than one sport than you will learn that terminology is mixed and passed around between them all.

Wall pass is a term that has application in hockey, soccer, basketball, basically any sport that allows you to pass the ball around more than once( meaning not American football)

While not all coaches would use this term you will encounter some coach that will use it as you switch teams and move around between sports.


Are you an idiot? It is not an English term. Hence why everyone who's grown up in England has never heard it.

There are no walls in football. It makes no sense.
#39YiddosRulePosted 11/19/2012 10:06:45 AM
OmisanAndrew posted...
Everyone who claims to have never heard of a wall pass is either a kid who doesnt know anything or a shut in that has never played sports and only knows terms from watching tv or reading articles.

In sports you encounter alot of coaches at alot of different levels. If you play more than one sport than you will learn that terminology is mixed and passed around between them all.

Wall pass is a term that has application in hockey, soccer, basketball, basically any sport that allows you to pass the ball around more than once( meaning not American football)

While not all coaches would use this term you will encounter some coach that will use it as you switch teams and move around between sports.


This is why people like you should think before you write. Clearly you are American to have written such nonsense. One-Two has been the standard terminology long before any of us were even born.
#40OmisanAndrewPosted 11/19/2012 10:07:52 AM
A_Long_December posted...
OmisanAndrew posted...
Everyone who claims to have never heard of a wall pass is either a kid who doesnt know anything or a shut in that has never played sports and only knows terms from watching tv or reading articles.

In sports you encounter alot of coaches at alot of different levels. If you play more than one sport than you will learn that terminology is mixed and passed around between them all.

Wall pass is a term that has application in hockey, soccer, basketball, basically any sport that allows you to pass the ball around more than once( meaning not American football)

While not all coaches would use this term you will encounter some coach that will use it as you switch teams and move around between sports.


Are you an idiot? It is not an English term. Hence why everyone who's grown up in England has never heard it.

There are no walls in football. It makes no sense.


Are you a moron? The action is called such because it would resemble the act of passing off a wall too bypass a defender. Not because there are walls on the field.
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