Offense, defense, and special teams make up the three pillars of a football team. The position a player holds on the team determines their responsibilities and duties within each of these groups.
Dennis Bergkamp, for starters.
Bergkamp began his career as a wide midfielder, but he was later moved to the front of the line and eventually became a second striker. Many people consider Bergkamp to be the best player in his generation.
Before making the switch from a striker to goalkeeper, Simon Mignolet spent most of his professional career as a forward.
3rd: Gareth Bale
Southampton was the first club where Gareth Bale made his professional debut, as a left-back. In 2007, he joined Tottenham Hotspur for a fee of £7 million. He became more of an attacking player at Tottenham thanks to a combination of managerial and tactical decisions.
The fourth player to be mentioned is Roberto Firmino.
Firmino played attacking midfield for Hoffenheim before joining Liverpool. Goalscoring opportunities for his teammates were his primary responsibility. Jurgen Klopp, on the other hand, saw the attacker's potential and used him as a false nine.
Sergio Ramos is number five.
He transitioned from a right back to a center back role. When he was just 19 years old, he joined Real Madrid, where he began his transformation. Throughout the course of his career, he has become one of the best central defenders in the world.
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