(1) He is a defender, he is a midfielder but he is also an attacker - a winger who makes and scores goals.(2) left winger(3) Bridge had thrown out a superb long ball to the winger and just when it looked like he was away for his third, play was called back.(4) If the winger beats two players and then crosses it for the striker, then there should be no problem.(5) He is a very good player, a classic winger with lot of power, and is very quick.(6) You have to handle him differently from the way you would normal wingers ; he occupies two or three defenders.(7) Robben did what very few wingers or wide players are capable of doing: he made his flank the centre of the game and changed the whole dynamics of the pitch.(8) In front of him the team consists of two banks of three players - three guards in defence and two wingers and a centre forward in attack.(9) Maybe one day, budding wingers all over the footballing world will try to perform a ‘Robben Turn’?(10) The game's dominant wingers play the right side, and a right-catching goaltender can be a tough puzzle for shooters to solve.(11) It is refreshing to see wingers again scoring the kind of long-range tries you associate with them.(12) How many wingers nowadays can score as prolifically as that?(13) For modern wingers , rugby league is a game of split-second choices.(14) He did not have a traditional center forward, his wingers were tall, quick and skillful, his central midfielders aggressive ball-winners.(15) The word, as in Spanish, means cross, appropriate for the son of one of the best wingers in the sport.(16) These are two teams with impressive offensive arsenals and plenty of gifted wingers .
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