- n. Alternative form of right back.
“Branislav Ivanovic - 6Evra and Nani tested him at right-back, exposing him at times, and he was dawdling as Rooney turned and fizzed in the visitors' opener.”
“John O'Shea - 7Solid enough and a willing worker at right-back, tracking Malouda and nullifying his impact for long periods.”
“Trapattoni suggested Kevin Foley could continue at right-back in Skopje, with O'Shea, who should be fit again, replacing Dunne in central defence.”
“Jones has been used at right-back during United's pre-season tour and can also play at the base of midfield but is adamant centre-back is his best position.”
“The Train, Michael Essien, is trundling between stations; Florent Malouda is quiet again; Mikel is ponderous and clumsy; José Bosingwa has lost thrust at right-back and before the Wigan game Drogba and Anelka had 16 Premier League goals between them.”
“And Flanagan, who excelled at right-back in the absence of the injured Glen Johnson and Martin Kelly, another home-grown player, and alongside the midfielder Jay Spearing, believes Liverpool's production line has been given added impetus by the appointment of Dalglish as temporary manager.”
“Regardless, England are expected to double up defensively on their right flank to stifle Bale and James Milner is likely to switch to that side to offer industry up and down the pitch in support of Glen Johnson at right-back.”
“Bale has excelled in Europe's elite club competition this season, scoring a stunning hat-trick at San Siro last autumn against Internazionale and then embarrassing the Brazil right-back, Maicon, as Spurs won convincingly in the return fixture at White Hart Lane.”
“Vedran Corluka had a busy first half at right-back, as did Younes Kaboul in the second.”
“By bringing on Nani for Rafael da Silva and with Valencia retreating to right-back, Sir Alex Ferguson showed his confidence, too.”
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