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Central Defender towards wing is an individual order given to the [[central defender]].  
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Central Defender towards wing is an individual order given to the [[Central_Defender|central defender]].  
  
 
The defender towards wing gives a higher contribution to the resepective wing defence and less to the central defence. This is purely based on his [[defending]] ability.  He also uses some [[wing]] skill to contribute to the wing attack on one side.
 
The defender towards wing gives a higher contribution to the resepective wing defence and less to the central defence. This is purely based on his [[defending]] ability.  He also uses some [[wing]] skill to contribute to the wing attack on one side.

Revision as of 19:24, 20 January 2006

Central Defender towards wing is an individual order given to the central defender.

The defender towards wing gives a higher contribution to the resepective wing defence and less to the central defence. This is purely based on his defending ability. He also uses some wing skill to contribute to the wing attack on one side.

Traditionally, CDTW isn't a very common order, but it can be used to compensate for a wingback who is missing, or played offensively. It is also sometimes a wise move against an opponent who has very high wing-attack ratings, but little central attack.

The contribution of this player in games has recently been changed, but it remains to be seen if this will make the order more popular.