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afoot After the game is before the game. As with every young player, he’s only 18. athlete’s foot Better the foot slip than the tongue But now the shoe is on the other foot Come off it! What do you know about football? Discipline is not only very important, it’s crucial. Every shoe fits not every foot Every single day I wake up and commit to myself to becoming a better player. Everything I know about morality and the obligations of men, I owe it to football. fancy footwork flat footed flatfoot fleet of foot fleet-footed Football is a simple game: 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes, and at the end the Germans always win. Football is a simple game; 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes, and at the end the Germans always win Football is the ballet of the masses. footloose and fancy free from head to foot Goalkeepers are not born today until they’re in their late twenties or thirties. hand and foot He has a fixation about football He hasn’t got a foot to stand on He is flat-footed He put his best foot forward He tapped his foot to the music He who waits for dead men’s shoes may go long barefoot heavy foot His sole purpose in life was to be a professional football player I don’t think there is anyone bigger or smaller than Diego Maradona! I might go to Alcoholics Anonymous, but I think it would be difficult for me to remain anonymous. I really put my foot in it! I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered. I was afraid he would put his foot in it I’m not disappointed - just disappointed. If I walked on water, my critics would say it is because I can’t swim. If you are first you are first. If you are second, you are nothing. In 1969 I gave up women and alcohol. It was the worst 20 minutes of my life. In football everything is complicated by the presence of the opposite team. It is said, not without reason, that football is the Germans’ mostloved sport It was the hand of God. It’s like a toaster, the ref’s shirt pocket. Every time there’s a tackle, up pops a yellow c... It’s why we play the game. Anything is possible, anything can happen, and we proved that again tonight. lead foot Milan or Madrid - as long as it’s Italy! My foot! My problem is, that I am very self-critical. Even towards myself. My sister’s great at playing football Nobody under the sun has ever seen Bigfoot Offside is, when the referee whistles. on a friendly footing on an equal footing on foot open mouth, insert foot Pain is temporary, glory...lasts forever! People used to say that if I’d shot John Lennon, he’s still be alive today. Sometimes in football you have to score goals. Stop pussyfooting around! The ball is round and a match lasts 90 minutes. The boot is on the other foot The Dutch and the Italians have complained about the same problems. The organizing committee is haggling with ... The football world championship this year should surpass this record The Germans only have one player under 22, and he’s 23. The goalkeeper has always been an important figure in German football The next game is always the toughest. The person that said winning isn’t everything, never won anything. The round thing has to go into the square thing. The rules of soccer are very simple, basically it is this: if it moves, kick it. If it doesn’t move, kic... The shoemaker’s son always goes barefoot The trouble with referees is that they know the rules, but they do not know the game. There are many things I want, and the only way I will get them is to keep my head down, listen to the right pe... There is something afoot They played footsie under the table They say I slept with seven Miss Worlds but I didn’t. It was only four. I didn’t turn up for the o... Those who haven’t yet been bitten by the football bug ... to be bound hand and foot to be caught flatfooted to be foot-loose and fancy free to be footloose and fancy-free To be footloose and fanyfree to catch someone flat-footed/off guard to catch someone on the wrong foot to dog someone’s footsteps to drive with one’s foot down to the floor to foot the bill to gain a foothold to get a foothold to get a footing to get off on the right foot to get off on the wrong foot to get/start off on the right foot to go on foot to have a foot in both camps to have got pins and needles in one’s foot to have one foot in the grave To have one foot in the grave to have one’s foot in the door to have one’s foot in the grave to have pins and needles in one’s leg/foot to lose one’s footing to never put a foot wrong to not have a foot/leg to stand on to pussyfoot about/around something to pussyfoot around to put a foot in it to put one’s best foot forward to put one’s foot down to put one’s foot in one’s mouth to put something on a firm footing to set foot to shoot oneself in the foot to stand six foot seven inches tall to trample under foot to tread in someone’s footsteps to wait on someone hand and foot two tickets for the football game What’s afoot? With his tactless way of talking he has put his foot in it more than once Would you please stop tapping your foot! You must have ants in your pants! You mustn’t forget that football is a ruthless business You shouldn’t have said that, you really put your foot in it.

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