I'm looking for an adverb which can be used in a certain situation.
is there any adverb i can use when i try to put a thing or someone in something else even though it is not properly fit? like which could be used both physically(literally) and figuratively.
in a figurative situation, for example, if a football manager put a player in a certain position which is not his original one with the manager's unilateral decision, what word is the best use for this situation?
"This manager put him in the position (adverb)."
i looked up a dictionary and found "forcefully" "by force" "against one's will".
for me, however, they seem to be specific to "physical" thing. like,
"This manager put a chair in the box forcefully."
what i'm looking for is the one/ones with more wide range of that meaning that i literally can use in any situation depends on context. Or could i just use "forcefully" "by force" "against one's will" these words? like,
"This manager put him in the position forcefully." (not literally by force but figuratively)
it's really hard to explain what i want to ask since i'm not a native English speaker but hope
it delivers clearly what i exactly want to ask. thank you for your time and hope you guys are having a great day.