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Argentina? Are they crazy?
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I've always thought Thomas Muller was a player without a position, so a false anything was probably a good idea in his case. I thought he escaped his markers because no one could work out where he was playing.

Hazard was a false 9 because Chelsea had loaned out all their nines (again).

Dunno what to say about Kenny Miller. I know he was popular, but I reckon I could've marked him unless he'd brought a false identity along too.

Chesterfield played Sam Clucas as a false 9. As a result of the ploy's success we played the next two season's with an entirely false team and now we're in the National League.

I couldn't define the difference between between a false nine and a deep-lying centre forward.
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