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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Both Manchester City manager Guardiola and his Liverpool counterpart Klopp have been calling on officials to protect their playmakers from cloggers.
I suspect there was a reason the choreographers lumped Susan Calman, Ruth Langsford and Reverend Richard Coles together in Cloggers Corner during this year's first group dance.
Those that have closed include The Bird In Hand in Meltham Road, The Coach and Horses (now an Indian restaurant), The Commercial in Church Street, the wonderfully named Cloggers in Westgate, The Farmer's Boy in New Street, The George and Dragon in Westgate, The Grove on Huddersfield Road, The Hare and Hounds at Smithy Place, The Live and Let Live in Church Street, The Royal Oak at Woodbottom, which was also known as The Three Shiners, The Wagon and Horses in Westgate, The Westgate Inn and the Wheatsheaf in Southgate, plus The Railway (now a pizza place).
But winger Aird insists it's wrong to brand Gers a bunch of cloggers and is adamant they don't have a disciplinary problem.
Cripple Creek Cloggers, from Murfreesboro, near Nashville, Tennessee, are authentic Appalachian style cloggers who will perform their distinctive square dancing with a clogging step that originated in the Appalachian Mountains.
Many of the songs were infused with dance moves from members of Ballet Cymru and traditional cloggers, and Matthews proved an effervescent presenter as she weaved the different sections together with witty anecdotes.
In fact, according to the Chair City Cloggers of Gardner, the traditions upon which the dance was built are still very much alive and well.
30pm Local folk dancers, cloggers and musicians take part in a dance along the promenade, designed by Portuguese choreographer and performer Filipa Francisco.
She worked for Forest Glen in Canyonville and was an instructor at Emerald Country Cloggers in Eugene.
Rob Huth, if fit, and Ryan Shawcross are underrated by the vast majority of neutrals, but anyone who watches Stoke on a regular basis will know the two giants are more than just cloggers.
But the Wolves gaffer is adamant his side are the victims and not the cloggers.
A make-under show, it centres on those orange-looking Smirnoff Ice-drinking cloggers of provincial nightclub toilets who love going public with as little on as possible.