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  1. In football, a winger is an attacking midfielder in a wide position. Wingers are usually players of great pace or dribbling ability so as to provide cut-backs or crosses from which strikers can score. Their main function is to support attack from the wings. Wingers do much high-speed running from defence to attack. Australian rules football

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › MidfielderMidfielder - Wikipedia

    A midfielder is an association football position. Midfielders are generally positioned on the field between their team's defenders and forwards. Some midfielders play a strictly-defined defensive role, breaking up attacks, and are otherwise known as defensive midfielders. Others blur the boundaries, being more mobile and efficient in passing ...

  3. In football, a winger is an attacking midfielder in a wide position. Wingers are usually players of great pace or dribbling ability so as to provide cut-backs or crosses from which strikers can score. Their main function is to support attack from the wings. Wingers do much high-speed running from defence to attack.

    • Poor Article
    • Orthodox Wingers
    • Mandel's Comments
    • Merge from Holding Role
    • Fact Verification
    • Different Sports
    • Stanley Matthews
    • Pov Tag
    • Lorenzinho
    • Poor Article Diagrams

    This is one of the worst articles I've ever read. The opening paragraphs seem to have been written by a child, there is no history explaining how any of these positions evolved, for example; wing halfs in the british game being the early basis of defensive midfielders. In the Italian game the libero evolved from playing behind the defence to in for...

    Considering Total Football there is no real distinction of players who play on one side. I find that most wingers tend to switch sides: having the strong-side on the outside are for roles that include crossing and passing into the center; weak-side are mainly roles that include diagonal runs into the center and having shots on goal. These roles alt...

    This page is pretty woeful and misleading. "midfielders are sometimes refered to as 'midfield generals' for their ability to dictate a game." - alleges that all midfielders can dictate games. "slow down a game to wear down the clock in a winning position" - alleges that all midfielders slow down games in a winning position, instead of going for goa...

    Most of what is described in Holding role repeats Midfielder#Defensive midfielder. Let's merge it back to the major article here. Holding role can remain as a redirect to Midfielder. --Pkchan16:28, 21 April 2006 (UTC) 1. Yes please.--Dodo bird 19:20, 21 April 2006 (UTC) 1.1. Done, together with merge from Winger (sport). --Pkchan11:35, 29 April 200...

    Due to vandalism on other pages by the user who made this edit, I am requesting that this edit be cited. If it is not cited within 24 hours, it will be removed. -- backburner00118:08, 15 May 2006 (UTC) 1. It's vandalism. Duly reverted. --Pkchan 07:44, 16 May 2006 (UTC) 1.1. Figures. Good call. -- backburner00117:24, 16 May 2006 (UTC) Why?Its ture E...

    I'd advocate splitting this article up into Midfielder (soccer), Midfielder (Australian rules) and Midfielder (rugby) (though this is unwritten, I'll cobble together a stub (section of this article?) for it), because despite the similar/same names and similar types of tasks, the actual jobs done are pretty different. Then, at Midfielder, we have a ...

    I linked to Stanley Matthews to exemplify the traditional winger who was part of the forward line, and I added a reference to the formal terminology for the position (Outside Right/Left).--pmr20:41, 16 July 2006 (UTC)

    I added a POV tag to the section entitleed "Players inaccurately termed defensive midfielders" because it presents as fact that certain players are not defensive midfielders, when (although this may be true) such a statement is completely unverifiable and based on subjective observation. The only way one could make it verifiable would be to say tha...

    I think the whole "Players inaccurately termed defensive midfielders"- section shouldn't be in the page.

    This is pretty poor, I'm gonna try and spruce it up with better diagrams. --Tiresais20:15 (edit 20:17), 25 August 2006 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Ok there are some different diagrams up to make it look a bit better--Tiresais20:51, 25 August 2006 (UTC)

  4. The name is a portmanteau of "winger" and "full-back", indicating the greater emphasis on their responsibilities in attack. They are usually employed as part of a 3–5–2 formation, and can therefore be considered part of the midfield when a team is attacking. They may also be used in a 5–3–2 formation and therefore have a more defensive role.

  5. An ' attacking midfielder' is a midfielder who is often positioned between the central midfielders and the forwards. They often have a primarily offensive role. ' Playmakers' are a type of attacking midfielders. Some famous Attacking Midfielders include Kaká, Diego Maradona, Zico, and Zinedine Zidane . Winger A ' winger' is a type of midfielder.

  6. A winger is an attacking player who is stationed in a wide position near the touchlines. They can be classified as forwards, considering their origin as the old "outside-forward" position, and continue to be termed as such in most parts of the world, especially in Latin and Dutch football cultures.