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- CDM RM LM CM CM RAM LAM CAM CAM RW LW CF CF A midfielder is an ****ociation football position. Midfielders are generally positioned on the field between...
- Side midfielder in football (soccer) is a player who plays on the side of the midfield. The more common term for this is wide midfielder or winger. For...
- A midfielder is a position in ****ociation football. Midfielder may also refer to: Midfielder (Australian rules football), a centre or wingman in Australian...
- the midfield. Midfielders are generally separated into two categories: inside midfielders and outside midfielders. The inside midfielders' main responsibility...
- Aleksandar Radosavljević, (born 25 April 1979) is a retired Slovenian football midfielder. Radosavljević was a member of the Slovenian national team. In August...
- (born 12 May 1997) is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for FC Barcelona and the Dutch national football team. Born in Gorinchem...
- centre-back is useful when trying to score. In this case, other defenders or midfielders will temporarily move into the centre-back positions. Some centre-backs...
- season. The award, along with "Best Goalkeeper," "Best Defender," "Best Midfielder," and "Best Forward," was given at the end of each season at a special...
- 7 February 1997) is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Serie A club Cagliari Calcio and the Italy national team. Born in...
- centre-forwards operate in front of the second strikers or central attacking midfielders, and do the majority of the ball handling outside the box. The present...
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