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phd_angel
04-07-2010, 10:49
I sometimes read news or warning about the opponent attacker as being a "nomadic striker". What is that in comparison with a non-nomadic striker, whatever it is?..

TacticalGenius
04-07-2010, 10:50
Bit like a journeyman?

N^G
04-07-2010, 10:52
means they have played for a number of different clubs

phd_angel
04-07-2010, 10:54
iznt a "roaming" fellow, with high levels of flair and creativity?....

Thandui
04-07-2010, 12:45
Nope its just someone who has played for a lot of different clubs and had a long career

Indran1412
04-07-2010, 12:49
Players like N. Anelka

Sead Muratic
04-07-2010, 13:20
And Gary Neville, if he was a striker, he would've been released at 16 from OT, then advertising himself like a true agent to easily get a job anywhere below the Northern Premier, and nobody would retain him after two headers

Gypsum
04-07-2010, 13:33
Nope its just someone who has played for a lot of different clubs and had a long career

Yeah, it's just a player who has moved around a lot.

Luckz
04-07-2010, 17:34
..and most likely will move around more

RBKalle
04-07-2010, 20:09
A journeyman striker.

Or one who lives in a trailer park and drives a 1996 BMW 320i? ;)

DanGLiverpool
05-07-2010, 04:28
Jari Litmanen would be a decent example of a nomadic player. 11 different clubs (12 in total) in 21 years :cool:

FrazT
05-07-2010, 07:13
Anelka is always called nomadic- short spells at many different clubs.

Slawbawn
05-07-2010, 10:25
Jari Litmanen would be a decent example of a nomadic player. 11 different clubs (12 in total) in 21 years :cool:

Steve Claridge would be a better example surely? He's played in every league at least once :p

Kenco
05-07-2010, 14:16
Peter Crouch is described as Nomadic in my current game.

Steve Claridge is the best example as Slawbawn said, I think he has played for every team in England!