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What's the difference between deep-lying forward and support striker?


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DLF :

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A deep-lying forward will stay drop deep into space with the intention of linking the play and supporting teammates.

SS : Is a striker that operates in the hole between the number nine and the center midfielders, searching to operate like an withdrawn striker that attempts to get the second ball or arriving late at the area.

 

I hope I explain you little bro !

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Support Striker is a striker that operates in the hole between the number 9 and the center midfielders, searching to operate like an withdrawn striker that attempts to get the second ball or arriving late at the area.

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I just started whit Fulham and I use SS and DLF 

this is my 2nd game In PL

1st was 0:0 whit West Ham and I have 12 shots 8 in target 

possesion 78% somehow my guys didn’t get goal 😂 

my SS is Vieto! 8989288E-D1C6-40D7-A37F-B7B4C400D615.thumb.png.dff26ca961d057e2e46954a3458e6510.png

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