Euro 2012 Football Phrase: to be bullish

Today’s Euro 2012 phrase is ‘to be bullish’

During the Euro 2012 tournament the languagecaster team will be looking at some of the words and phrases that emerge from the competition. Today we explain the phrase ‘to be bullish‘. You can understand more about the word or phrase by reading the transcript below. You can also find many more examples by going to our football phrase page here football cliches here and our huge football glossary here.

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Today’s Euro 2012 football phrase is ‘to be bullish‘ which means that you are very confident of something. Thomas Muller, the young German striker, is bullish ahead of the German’s semi-final against Italy this week and has even looked ahead to the final on Sunday. He feels that Germany’s chances are very strong against the Italians – he is feeling bullish about their chances. To be bullish.

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