Difference between revisions of "Central defender towards wing"

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A Central Defender towards wing is an individual order given to the central defender.
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The defender towards wing gives a higher contribution to the resepective wing defence and less to the central defence. He also uses some winging to contribute to the wing attack of the side he's playing on.
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The Central Defender towards wing isn't a verry common order but can be used to compensate for a wingback (if he's played offensive or as an extra midfielder or striker) or if your opponent has verry hig wing-attack ratings.
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Revision as of 22:34, 29 December 2005

A 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. He also uses some winging to contribute to the wing attack of the side he's playing on.


The Central Defender towards wing isn't a verry common order but can be used to compensate for a wingback (if he's played offensive or as an extra midfielder or striker) or if your opponent has verry hig wing-attack ratings.