At the end of the day

A commonly-used phrase by footballers in interviews and which means when all is said and done; all things considered or after thinking something through. When you talk about a problem or discuss a question, you look at both sides and you listen to many arguments. When you’ve finished your arguments and opinions, you use this phrase, ‘at the end of the day‘ and then say what you finally think. This usually means that your original opinion hasn’t changed.

Example: At the end of the day teams with the most money tend to be the most successful.

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