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    But Liverpool played with hardly any width at all.

    I canít know what his orders were, but on the bench I remember saying it was a good time to bring him on, wide left, against Gary Neville. I told Scholes: warn Gary to concentrate. But Liverpool played with hardly any width at all.

    I'm in trouble with the underlined words. Could anyone please clarify it for me?

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    Re: But Liverpool played with hardly any width at all.

    The Liverpool players rarely passed the ball out to the wings but played mainly in the centre of the pitch.

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    Re: But Liverpool played with hardly any width at all.

    And the opposite of that is playing with depth.

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