First of all, let me give you one piece of advice. Higher reps are not going to help you "cut". Your body fat percentage is going to be a function of your diet and your total caloric expenditure.
I think one of the best training systems for soccer players is the "hi-lo" system as designed by James Smith. In it, you will alternate high-intensity days with less intense days. High-intensity weight room days would be max effort lifting (under 5 reps with a weight very close to max) or dynamic effort lifting (olympic or other explosive lifts). Sprinting and plyometrics are other methods of high-intensity work. Low-intensity weight room work would be higher reps (12-20) stopping well short of failure to help facilitate recovery. Low-intensity energy systems work would be tempo running (running a tempo you could sustain for an hour for a set period of time, starting with 10 minutes and working up).
Here is what an off-season week might look like:
All lifting sessions are total body.
Monday AM- Sprint training
Monday PM- Max strength work
Wednesday- Dynamic strength work
Thursday- Strength recovery work
Friday AM- Max strength work
Friday PM- Sprint training
Just something to get you thinking a little differently.