Performance Tips for "Guardians"

Embrace you role as a stabilizer, but also work on quick decision-making, particularly in fast-paced or high-pressure situations during matches. Improve your ability to assess situations more rapidly and make decisive choices without hesitating. Self confidence plays a big part in that  and also managing stress, staying focused, and controlling your emotions during critical moments in matches.  Many Guardians also benefit from improving agility, speed training, and mobility.

Your behavior on and off the pitch

You are known for your patience, reliability, and ability to maintain a harmonious team environment. You tend to be a good listener and are often composed under pressure. You are often the calming presence in the team, providing emotional support to teammates and staying composed during tense moments.


How to communicate with other "Guardians" in your team?

  • Motivation: Guardians are motivated by a sense of belonging and maintaining team harmony. They want to feel secure and valued.
  • Communication Approach: Provide emotional support and make them feel appreciated. Highlight their role in maintaining team cohesion. Emphasize the importance of teamwork and reliability.

Those are famous "Guardians" - Just like you!

N'Golo Kanté

He is widely recognized for his exceptional work rate, ball-winning abilities, and selfless contributions to his team's success.

Andrés Iniesta

Iniesta used to be a steady and reliable presence on the field, known for his precision passing, vision, and ability to remain composed under pressure.

Virgil Van Dijk

Regarded as one of the best defenders in the world due to his exceptional defensive abilities, leadership qualities, and consistency on the field.