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In the Atletico squad, Ferreira Carrasco will take the place of Turkish winger Arda Turan, who was sold to Barcelona this week.
Winger Bakary Sako remains a target with Albion weighing up whether to meet Wolves' valuation for a player who has just six months on his contract and has never played in the Premier League.
Then on 34 minutes the other winger, Dave Morgan, broke through the midlfield defence to score under the posts, with Hall adding the extras.
These three are the centre-forward, the No 10, who will be Lee Tomlin, and one of the two wingers - assuming that the other winger is preparing to cross the ball.
No, your mercurial winger turns it on when you least expect it and exasperates you when you think he will have his fullback on toast - their level of performance varies more wildly than the other members of the team.
Ajax are believed to be keen to offer John the chance to return to Holland on loan but it is believed that he would prefer a permanent move, which may well put Liverpool in pole position to land the talented winger.
Are we going to have a winger against the big teams or are we going to be more defensive?
Myself and Cristiano Ronaldo make up two of the best wingers in the world and statistics show that.
There's always room for variation, of course, but there is no finer sight than a winger skinning his full-back and flinging a cross into the box for a forward to head in.
Fellow Arsenal winger Theo Walcott also started his career at Southampton.
He's very good at these kickpasses - kind of low trajectory ones that, as a winger, it's just out of your reach, over your head.
The club now have four wingers in the first-team squad, but Mick McCarthy said: "When I was speaking with Adam and his agent, I said 'I hope he knows that we've got two terrific wingers at the minute (Jarvis and Stephen Hunt), and neither of them are going anywhere - you're coming here to compete'.