“And so, while listed as a defender on the team sheet, he often stepped into midfield to orchestrate his team's attacks, thereby adding the word libero to the football lexicon.”
“I had been sick with glandular fever, so I was playing as a libero, which is a position I don't usually play, so it wouldn't be as physical and I wouldn't burn out," she said.”
“Pietro Rinaldi (6) and Edoardo Ciabattini (2) play libero - defensive players who can freely ( "libero") replace any of the back-row players during a game.”
“When his stamina started to wane David Beckham attempted to reinvent himself as a deep-lying creative midfielder, who would sit in front of the defence – a sort of pre-emptive libero – pinging passes around the place like a coarse fisherman laying ground bait.”
“The position of libero was ideal for the player of whom observers would say: "His legs have gone but he's still got a lovely touch.”
“Earlier, Penn State libero Dennis Del Valle added 17 digs and setter Edgardo Goas recorded 49 assists in the 30-21, 30-23, 30-28 win.”
“Surely it's the more technically-gifted Agger in the libero role rather than Carragher?”
“So Terry and Cole, at least, must have been amazed by what they witnessed on Sunday, when Liverpool sent out Carragher to act as a sort of libero alongside the man-markers Martin Skrtel and Daniel Agger, with Martin Kelly and Glen Johnson pushed up the flanks.”
“I dont have to explain to any demo libero progresso nimrod anything.”
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