The list includes Benfica's in demand trio of Angel Di Maria, David Luiz, and left wingback Fabio Coentrao.
What does LWB stand for?
LWB stands for Left Wingback (soccer)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Mahmoud Khamis, the left wingback, scored the all important goal in the 71st minute following a long pass from Magrao, the Brazilian playmaker, to seal the result and promote his team to host Churchill Brothers next Saturday in a crucial match that leads the winner directly to the AFC group stage where, Al Ahli, Al Jazira and Al Ain will also feature this season.
Boro included the returning Simon Forsdick to their starting line-up in a surprise move by manager Kevin Wilkin, the left wingback coming in from AFC Telford while Rob Foster came in up front in a 4-3-3 formation.
The striker was played as a left wingback, scoring only two goals in 12 games last season as the club were relegated after finishing bottom of the table.
Mike Williams can play left side of defence and left wingback and we had as in Jon Walters together with Matty Done, who gives us something different in terms of trying to change the game when necessary.
So Boro came out for the second half playing 4-3-3 with Nemeth having replaced left wingback Emanuel Pogatetz.
Prior to kick-off in the home leg of Bangor's tie played at Rhyl's Belle Vue ground, City's Kevin Scott was a selection doubt with an ankle injury, but the left wingback came through in time for the fixture.
The defensive trio of Mark Williams, Aaron Hughes and Colin Murdock stood firm, and left wingback Mark Clyde worked hard to keep the Azeris at bay.