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====Positions And Tactics of No-Nonsense Players====
 
====Positions And Tactics of No-Nonsense Players====
Normally, no-nonsense players are central defenders or centre-forwards. If defenders, they spend their time performing [[reducer]]s, booting the ball high into the stands, spitting and standing with their hands on their hips while being booked. If centre-forwards, they typically score eight to ten goals a season, all close-range headers from corners, and break opponents’ cheekbones by jumping with their elbows in the air. Upon hospitalising their opposite numbers they are often praised by such pundits as Sky’s Andy Gray for ‘making a nuisance of themselves’ and being [[Professionalism and Experience | ‘good, honest pros’]].
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Normally, no-nonsense players are central defenders or centre-forwards. If defenders, they spend their time performing [[reducer]]s, booting the ball high into the stands, spitting and standing with their hands on their hips while being booked. If centre-forwards, they typically score eight to ten goals a season, all close-range headers from corners, and break opponents’ cheekbones by jumping with their elbows in the air. Upon hospitalising their opposite numbers they are often praised by such pundits as Sky’s Andy Gray for ‘making a nuisance of themselves’ and being ‘good, honest pros’.
   
 
====Nonsense Players====
 
====Nonsense Players====

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