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Weekly Football Phrase – head butt
This week we are looking at the word ‘head-butt‘ which is not really a football phrase but it has been in the football news this week after Newcastle United’s manager Alan Pardew head-butted one of the opposing team’s players. A head-butt is a violent act when one person uses his head – usually the forehead – to hit another person. In football this kind of violent behaviour is not allowed and if a player head-butts another player then he will be shown a red card. Pardew was indeed sent to the stands and was then fined a large amount of money by his club. He will also probably face a lengthy ban due to this moment of madness when he head-butted a player. Head-butt.
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