- n. soccer Alternative form of centre forward.
“Amid the clamour for big-name midfield signings to replace the departed Cesc Fábregas and the departing Nasri, it has largely been overlooked that Wenger appears to lack cover in the centre-forward position.”
“Last night he and Gervinho were deployed on either side of Chamakh, with the licence to interchange freely and to get ahead of the centre-forward.”
“All attention was on Kadyrov, a well-built figure in tracksuit bottoms, who effected the role of a goal-hanging centre-forward.”
“Romelu Lukaku, the 6ft 4in centre-forward, failed to make much of an impact in his biggest game for Chelsea except on the leg of Liverpool's Jordan Henderson with a high tackle in the first half.”
“With the competition so keen for the centre-forward berth at Chelsea, Sturridge has shown flexibility by learning how to pose a threat by cutting in from the rightKyle Walker Tottenham HotspurThe right-back is so far uncapped, but Capello keeps taking an interest in him.”
“So how many goals does a centre-forward need to score?”
“Rather than playing just behind the centre-forward Javier Hernández, Rooney looked more like a central midfielder.”
“He's a different kind of centre-forward but he is a centre-forward.”
“In addition Jermain Defoe, an entirely different type of centre-forward at Tottenham Hotspur, has caught his eye again even if he was not in the party for Montenegro.”
“The ardour of this response leaves no doubt about Shearer's fidelity to Newcastle, where he thought a chance had come to repeat his triumphs as a classic Geordie/English centre-forward.”
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