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“Alexis Sanchez, Udinese's right-sided attacker, is another target and Mancini also wants a central midfielder as well as a new striker, regardless of whether or not Carlos Tevez stays.”
“The midfielder's cross precipitated Lovenkrands sidefooting Newcastle's third on a day when his imperious right-sided midfield presence represented a big reason why Matt Jarvis, Wolves' usually influential left winger, rarely secured possession.”
“That region controls speech and right-sided movement.”
“Maxi Rodríguez: Liverpool's right-sided midfielder had their only genuine chance of the first half but there was very little else from him before his withdrawal.”
“My mum was a physical therapist, and found that this was very common in people who had suffered right-sided strokes.”
“For the record, I'm a lefty who uses a right-sided mouse at work and a left-sided mouse at home - for reasons of space in both cases.”
“If, instead, you have a history of right-sided body issues, work with the energy patterns of your father line.”
“There have been four in four league appearances this term; the momentum generated as a Wanderer has been maintained even with his role tweaked to that of a right-sided prong tempted to come in-field as Mata directs the play.”
“Therefore, Liverpool's attacks almost always ended up on the right, becoming predictable and easy to defend against – especially as the right-back Glen Johnson only completed one of 10 attempted crosses, and the right-sided midfielder Raul Meireles is plainly not a winger.”
“The Dutchman was so keen to drift inside that Harry Redknapp put him there at the start of the second half, bringing on Aaron Lennon in place of Roman Pavlyuchenko to provide the right-sided width that was lacking early on, and Van der Vaart went on to be an even bigger influence on the game.”
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