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  1. In the sport of association football, a defender is an outfield player whose primary role is to stop attacks during the game and prevent the opposition from scoring. Defenders fall into five main categories: centre-backs, full-backs, defensive midfielders, sweepers, and wing-backs.

  2. UEFA – acronym for Union of European Football Associations, the governing body of the sport in Europe; pronounced "you-eh-fa". Underdog – the team that is not expected to win a particular game or competition. Under the cosh – a team's defence experiences a period of concerted or unrelenting attacking play.

  3. A player's position in a formation typically defines whether a player has a mostly defensive or attacking role, and whether they tend to play centrally or towards one side of the pitch.