IVOR TIMMIS EXAMINES THE TERMINOLOGY MANAGERS USE TO GET THEIR MESSAGE ACROSS
Big shout: Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp
GET in his feet’, shouted then Guiseley manager, Adam Lockwood, to his defender.
The player in question had no problem interpreting this apparently strange request as an instruction to get very close to his opponent to prevent him controlling or moving the ball.
Most readers of this magazine too, immersed from an early age in the language of football, would be able to interpret it more or less correctly.
But put yourself in the boots of a fictional foreign player with limi...
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