kickabout

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kickabout

[ˈkɪkəbaʊt] N (Ftbl) to have a kickaboutpelotear
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LITTLE football fan Kai Fifield is shooting for the stars - thanks to joining a kickabout while on holiday in Spain.
The ex-Rangers player wants lights for the football pitch in his garden, where the family enjoy a kickabout after Sunday lunch.
GAME FOR A LAUGH: Children join David Thompson for a kickabout (above) and (right, centre) David Thompson, Marc Edworthy, Barry Quinn and Jay Boothroyd with the youngsters.
ZINEDINE ZIDANE joined New Zealand for a kickabout at training and insisted he can't believe how well they are handling the pressure of being favourites.
The installation of new playing equipment in some areas has been a great success and I think this new kickabout area will be good for some of the older young people.
The former Arsenal and Republic of Ireland striker persuaded the six-strong team to whip off their jackets and lay them down as posts for a fun kickabout with local schoolchildren.
A SCOTTISH teenager is to have a trial at one of Cyprus's top football clubs - after a holiday kickabout.
But he still enjoyed a kickabout with his sons - Brooklyn, 11, Romeo, seven, and Cruz, five - in an LA park yesterday.
Next thing anyone knew, all three were having a kickabout with some of the crew.
The former Dutch master believes playing on synthetic surfaces makes football more like a five-a-side kickabout.
SOCCER legend John Aldridge will be hosting the Pepsi Max Kickabout Grand Finale tomorrow.
Only-child Daniel Green had not complained of feeling unwell as he headed for the kickabout.