changearound

changearound

(ˈtʃeɪndʒəˌraʊnd) or

changeround

n
the act of changing to a different position
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The bloke gets 10 for 141 at Lord's and then one for 266 at Old Trafford - it's an unbelievable changearound, but it'll mean nothing if we don't play him as well at Edgbaston.
There's been a big changearound in the engine room, with the departure of Adam Clayton to Middlesbrough for a reported PS1.
Reina is on a huge deal at Anfield but if he moves out then Rodgers wants to grab Al Habsi, a changearound that could happen in the next window or at the end of the season.
The fact that it will inspire young people to take up a sport will definitely make that changearound in terms of their own health.
We've had a complete changearound at the club and the new owners don't quite understand if you don't move quickly you can get lost.
The club's had a drastic changearound, but it has been done for very little money.
Dinam 2000 hardly appreciated the festive spirit as Llangoed scored four goals in the first half and seven more after the changearound to stay in second place in the MY Scaffolding Division One North.
The changearound was stunning for up until those moments, it looked like being once of those frustrating 90 minutes when City were denied by a combination of excellent Crewe defending and fine goalkeeping by Ince.
That race was a complete changearound for him-he made the running instead of being tucked in, he was unproven on the ground, the trip was too short and he was probably a race short.
The midfielder was the 13th signing made by Coyle since he replaced Everton-bound Roberto Martinez during the close-season, a sign of the changearound since relegation.
There might be a changearound in January; that will depend if there is any interest in players who are just outside the starting 11.