Ossie


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Ossie

(ˈɒzɪ)
adj, n
1. (Peoples) a variant spelling of Aussie
2. (Placename) a variant spelling of Aussie
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He said: "All the young players loved Ossie because he made you feel good, gave you freedom to play and at the time there was a bit of fear at St James' because we weren't hitting the high notes and there was a bit of pressure there.
There was also a trip to a watering hole, where dozens of hippos cooled off from the searing heat before Ossie and the party got to witness a pride of lion cubs playfighting whilst their mother looked on.
As the presidential candidate from United Social Alliance, Ossie Abeyagoonasekere secured the third highest vote of 4.
But Ossie reckons his compatriot is well up to the task.
Ossie was born in Stockton, which was the place to be if your love was trams - the high street was a tram paradise with trams rattling contentedly along in both directions every few minutes.
Pochettino said: "I know Ossie and I have met him and the last time I played with Southampton at White Hart Lane I met with Ricky, too.
When once I thanked Ossie for being so nice and so supportive of our local station, he said: "Ruby and I travel all over the world making movies and we go where there is an audience.
Even now, vintage Ossie Clark pieces have been snapped up by Kate Moss and Emma Watson.
while Darron Gibson wrote: "Well done Ossie lad, well deserved
I''m not sure I would ever compare Ossie with Iniesta because the Barcelona man is an unbelievable talent and unplayable at times.
Ambition He said: "All my managers had an influence on me - but Ossie came in at Swindon after Lou Macari and completely changed the style of football we played.
There were some interesting ones who we probably wouldn't chase too much, the first one in was Ossie Ardiles.