outside-left


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outside-left

n
(Soccer) soccer a footballer who plays on the outside left wing of the field
Translations

outside-left

[ˈaʊtsaɪdˈleft] Nextremo/a m/f izquierdo/a
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Hill's career really took off when Jimmy Hill arrived at Highfield Road, moving the previous inside or outside-left to half-back - a defensive midfielder in today's terms - where he blossomed into one of the best man-to-man markers in League football.
The 5ft 6in outside-left suffered some pretty harsh treatment from defenders but, to the delight of Partick Thistle fans, always went back for more.
Steve McClaren gambled on an experimental back four which included a rookie outside-left, Rolando Aarons, playing at left-back and a clearlyunfit Steven Taylor at Colo's shoulder after months of inactivity.
In case you don't recognise them all, pictured back row, from left, are: John Gettins (insideright), Dan Wilson (left-back), Sam Cooper (goalkeeper), Bob Piercy (right-back), Joe Murphy (outside-left).
Colin Dobson was making his 300th Football League appearance and 128th for Town as he lined up at outside-left in a side unchanged for the seventh successive match.
Three minutes into the second period a penetrating pass from right half to the outside-left channel saw Whitchurch opened up.
I have found this nice comment about Leslie in Billy Wright's 1950s autobiography, Captain of England: "Leslie Smith, Aston Villa's International outside-left, is a perfect example of a footballer who has become an outstanding businessman.
As a last resort, I switched him to outside-left, his last chance to make good.
The eight members of the 1964 side who teed up were Jimmy Montgomery (goalkeeper), Cecil Irwin (right-back), Len Ashurst (left back), Jim McNab (left-half), Brian Usher (outside-right), George Herd (inside-right), Nick Sharkey (centre-forward) and George Mulhall (outside-left).
The one exception was when they played long, early balls over the top into the inside, or outside-left channels for Henry to chase.