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“Messi...has also shifted from wide man to deep-lying centerforward or 'False Nine,' if you prefer the tactical lingo.”
“His role has also shifted from wide man to deep-lying centerforward or "False Nine," if you prefer the tactical lingo.”
“But now he needs to lay aside that sense of injustice and give attention to some of the deep-lying issues exposed by Tuesday night's elimination from the second of the four competitions that were still in Arsenal's sights a mere week and a half ago.”
“Serginho, the much-maligned Brazil centre-forward of 1982, is perhaps the most controversial example, while Stephane Guivarc'h did something similar for France in 1998, while Andrea Pirlo's reinvention as a deep-lying regista at Milan owed at least something to the ball-winning Andriy Shevchenko did in front of him.”
“He was adamant that Wilshere should not be described as an equivalent to a deep-lying playmaker such as Andrea Pirlo because long passes are not a speciality of the Arsenal midfielder.”
“With a solid back four protected by at least two deep-lying midfielders, Michael Mancienne and Jordan Henderson, this side is built to absorb pressure without conceding and scrounge a goal either from a set piece, a rapid counterattack or a moment of off-the-cuff ingenuity from Daniel Sturridge.”
“Bradley and Jones/Edu can play the role they play with their club teams: deep-lying, ball-winning midfielders.”
“Sendai was a result of something far more dangerous: a so-called subduction zone, a deep-lying discontinuity caused by one plate slowly burying itself under another.”
“He was deployed as part of a fluid front three also featuring Dimitar Berbatov and Nani and was liberated from deep-lying obligations to camouflage Ferguson's midfield deficiencies.”
“These days Beckham plays a deep-lying role in front of the defence, leaving the spade work in midfield to his younger team-mate Juninho.”
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