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d ed had a massive game.
Here the reach to the center console shows that for a small older woman performing such a reach, the e lbow
is kept closer to the body than for a large young man.
A no-nonsense defender in his playing prime, McCarthy hailed Smith's clincher, adding: "He's a brave fella, prepared to go in where the boots and the lbows
are flying." Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal said: "Ipswich are difficult opponents, positive and aggressive.