clogger


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clogger

(ˈklɒɡə)
n
1. a clogmaker
2. (General Sporting Terms) informal Brit a soccer player who habitually fouls opponents
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Saturday's headliner band is Stoke-on-Trentbased folk/punk band Sons of Clogger, who, with their ukulele, fiddle, guitar, bass and drum, Cambria Band are sure to get you on your feet.
Taelor is also a competitive cheerleader, gymnast, and clogger.
His sainted ststus helped shape a gone-soft game in which an honest clogger now can't snap the Achilles of a fancy-Dan foreign jinker without the ref bursting into tears.
People thought that he was just a clogger when he first started, a player who'd kick you up in the air, but you don't play at Arsenal for all those years, in some great sides, without having some ability on the ball as well.
He was hard but fair, manly and committed without being a clogger.
I refer to a scene in which th e Mexican clogger scores the goal that puts Liverpool out of Europe.
Sunday night's "Welcoming Reception - A World of Rhythms" embodied the sights and sounds of a Korean percussion troupe, Spanish flamenco dancers dressed in flouncy red flowered dresses and a country clogger in overalls accompanied by fiddle and guitar.
A top-notch clogger like Nichole eats plenty of healthful foods to stay in shape.
Clogger Floyd King, known to friends as "Flos," joined Queen's team when he was only 16.
Clogger I'm glad Pearce hasn't put any powerhouse players in his midfield, because the days of having an aggressive tackler in your team and a clogger at the back are gone on the international front.
Nobody wants a return to the days when a clogger needed to practically decapitate an opponent to earn a ticking off from the referee.
World-class continental wingers can just about get away with it, but Big Daz, the 20-stone defensive clogger from the Bull and Bladder, finds it harder to carry off the lilac look on the parks pitches.