bobbly


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bobbly

(ˈbɒbəlɪ)
adj, -blier or -bliest
(of fabric) covered in small balls of fabric, as a result of washing and wear
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STEVE Bruce has explained how the bobbly Villa Park pitch prompted a long-ball approach in the 1-1 draw with Preston.
We worked on throw-ins on Friday and it certainly wasn't on to throw it to Murray on a bobbly pitch.
It did not look too bad from the sidelines but when you were on there, it was very heavy and very bobbly.
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If they're bobbly, faded, threadbare, shrunk, bent or scratched then it's best to throw them away.
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Halesowen-based Albion lost two players to injury early on, both due to the uneven and bobbly playing surface.
Today there was a blustery wind and a bobbly pitch and I had to tell my defenders to play one-touch, get rid of the ball and keep it out of our net.
The stadium is also used by London Welsh rugby, and large areas the playing surface have become a muddy mess and very bobbly.
I remember we played in the Bernabeu a game we lost 2-0 in pre-season to Real Madrid a few years back when I was at the club, and I was amazed at how bobbly and poor the surface was.
It wasn't the purest game of football and the pitch was bobbly and dry.
Davies said on Sky Sports 1: "It was a boring game for Sky TV, a 0-0 on a bobbly, windy pitch, but it's another point towards survival.