rollocking


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rollocking

(ˈrɒləkɪŋ)
n
a vert severe telling-off; dressing-down
[C20: a variant spelling of rollicking (sense 2); perhaps influenced by bollocking]
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AT least Ross Barkley can probably claim a first for a big-name Premier League signing he got a rollocking before kicking a ball.
When Pulis was at Stoke we had players like Matty Etherington and Jermaine Pennant, both so exciting and good on the ball, and then there were the likes of Ricardo He values defending the first to a rollocking Fuller and Peter Crouch.
I hope Benteke (right) got a rollocking from his manager and from his Crystal Palace team-mates afterwards.
The manager gave us a rollocking at half-time," Coleman said.
Tony Pulis gave him a rollocking for making the most of a challenge late on in the draw with Southampton.
Clark came in at the break and gave us a rollocking.
Rather than give me a rollocking, he said he wanted me to train with him when I was back to fitness.
On the great man's return, I was summoned to his huge office and given a serious rollocking and we returned to the old style.
DOUG ROUGVIE hopes Aberdeen get the chance to enjoy Scottish Cup success this season - after his final triumph 31 years ago was ruined by a rollocking from Alex Ferguson.
And so the faithful were treated to classics such as the rollocking I Can''t Stand Up For Falling Down, the booming Radio, the marching Oliver''s Army and the cacophonously brilliant Man Out of Time.
DELIGHTED Moseley coach Kevin Maggs praised his comeback kings for saving themselves a half-time rollocking and snatching a second straight British & Irish Cup victory.
If they see somebody shirking they'll let them know, and you don't want to be on the wrong side of a rollocking off the gaffer or Terry (Mitchell).