On the wing, though, he will always have the size and power advantage, which he would often relinquish down the middle (although Iím aware that his balance and skill would put him at an advantage against most CBís, so itís swings and roundabouts in a way)
Itís just that when out wide youíre mainly facing forward or diagonally.
Strikers spend a lot of the time not facing the goal.
You also have to be aware of players being all around you (both for and in opposition).
Itís not as easy as it seems to move there.