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Weekly Football Phrase – To be out (injured)
Our Football Phrase for this week is to be out injured. This phrase is used when a player is not able to play for his/her team due to injury. The player is out of the team; is unavailable for selection. You will often hear this phrase shortened to ‘be out‘ when a player’s name is used, for example, ‘Rooney is out for the next game’. Currently Colombian star striker Falcao is out with a long-term injury though he hopes to return in time for the World Cup in June. To be out injured.
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