Template:Football squad2 player

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Usage[change source]

{{Football squad}} is designed to be used within squad list templates (typically placed at the bottom of a player page) in order to make editing and standardisation easier. If you want to use this template first set up a new template for your squad, typically called something like Template:(team name) squad.

Templates useful for formatting the list are:

  • {{football squad manager}} - takes the parameter "name" (manager name) and the optional parameter "title" (defaults to Manager, other commonly assigned values are Coach and Head Coach). Has no bullet mark afterward, use only as the last entry on a list.
Options
teamdisplay: Use this parameter when you want the name displayed on the top line of the box to be different than the full title of the article about the team; for example, where the article title is qualified to disambiguate between two similarly-named teams. See {{Olimpija Ljubljana squad}} for an example of usage.
{{football squad
| name = {{subst:PAGENAME}}
| teamname = Norwich City F.C.
| bgcolor = yellow
| textcolor = green
| bordercolor = green
| list = 
{{football squad2 player|no=1|name=[[Robert Green|Green]]}}
{{football squad2 player|no=2|name=[[Matthieu Louis-Jean|Louis-Jean]]}}
{{football squad2 player|no=3|name=[[Adam Drury (footballer, born 1978)|Drury]]}}
{{football squad2 player|no=4|name=[[Jason Shackell|Shackell]]}}
{{football squad2 player|no=5|name=[[Craig Fleming|Fleming]]}}
{{football squad2 player|no=6|name=[[Darren Huckerby|Huckerby]]}}
{{football squad2 player|no=8|name=[[Peter Thorne (footballer)|Thorne]]}}
{{football squad2 player|no=10|name=[[Robert Earnshaw|Earnshaw]]}}
{{football squad manager|name=[[Glenn Roeder|Roeder]]}}
}}

produces:

Microformat[change source]

The HTML mark-up produced by this template includes an hCard microformat that makes an organization's details readily parsable by computer programs. This aids tasks such as the cataloguing of articles and maintenance of databases. For more information about the use of microformats on Wikipedia, please visit the Microformat WikiProject.
Subtemplates

Please do not remove instances of these subtemplates.

Classes used

The HTML classes of this microformat include:

  • adr
  • agent
  • category
  • country-name
  • extended-address
  • fn
  • geo
  • label
  • latitude
  • locality
  • longitude
  • nickname
  • note
  • org
  • region
  • street-address
  • url
  • vcard
Please do not rename or remove these classes
nor collapse nested elements which use them.