In this football language post we explain the football expression ‘to pull off’. This often used to in connection with making saves.
In this football language post we explain the football expression ‘pick the ball out of the net’ which is used to describe a goal being scored in a game – the keeper has been beaten and now has to collect the ball.
This post on the language of football explains the meaning of the verb ‘to flap’, which is a word used in connection with goalkeeping
This post on the language of football explains the meaning of the phrase ‘to work the keeper’, which is a phrase connected with goalkeepers and forwards.
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One for the cameras: The meaning of the cliche ‘one for the cameras’ is when a keeper…
We all know that goalkeepers are different – they wear different colour kit, they play a different role, they are the only ones on the pitch allowed to use their hands. But who do you think is the best ever goalkeeper?
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