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Weekly Football Phrase – Hot seat
This week’s football phrase is ‘Hot seat’ which is sometimes used to describe the position held by the manager at a football club. Now we use the term ‘hot’ as the role usually contains quite a lot of pressure – it is not really a comfortable seat at all. Recently, Manchester United fired their manager David Moyes after only ten months in the hot seat at Old Trafford and already speculation is rife about who will take over – who will be in the Manchester United hot seat?. Hot seat.
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