revie

revie

(ˌriːˈvaɪ)
vb (tr)
to challenge by placing a larger stake or bet than an opponent in a card game
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It was a loathing shared by most neutrals from the early 60s onwards, due to Revie sending out a team to feign injury, time-waste, crowd out officials, pinch, punch and kick opponents, at times with such ferocity, referees led them off the pitch.
Supermac's achievement came against a backdrop of unpleasantness with new England manager Don Revie.
CEO Duncan Revie, confirms Ooredoo's sponsorship of the event and outlines the support that the company will provide.
ambert posed an interest-CHRIS Lambert posed an interesting question this week He has acquired a copy of former Leeds and England manager Don Revie's book - Soccer's Happy Wanderer, W published in 1955 - and sent me a picture of Revie scoring against City.
I have to say that there are a lot of people here who still associate with the Revie ways.
Who succeeded Don Revie as England Who succeeded Don Revie as England Who succeeded Don Revie as England manager?
And we need the manager to be as strong as Don Revie was, back in 1961, to push through the disputed change to all white, from the Leeds traditional colours of yellow and blue.
The Lost Episodes of Revie Bryson, by Bryan Furuness.
Collins (right) was a brilliant player with Celtic, Everton, Leeds United and Scotland and has been hailed as a major influence in the successful Don Revie era at Elland Road.
The former Celtic man was sold to Leeds United in '62 and ex-Everton coach Jimmy Lumsden says he was pivotal in the Yorkshire side's revival under Don Revie.
A brainchild of Duncan Revie, the son of the late Don Revie -- one-time coach of Leeds United and England -- Soccerex was meant to give football a universal platform and voice.