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The title races in England and Italy owe a great deal to the influence of `plungers` physical, ostensibly defensive players playing further up field.
In 2001 Brescia coach Carlo Mazzone had a selection problem: the glorious flowing locks of Andrea Pirlo, arguably the apex of mammalian hair millennia of patchy fur building to one slo-mo image of Pirlo running his hand through his flaxen locks or some old timer with a skanky ponytail.
Mazzone compromised. Roberto Baggio, the player of a generation, retained his playmaker spot. Pirlo moved significantly deeper than his usual No.10 role, to the base of midfield, as a deep distributor. The modern regista was born.