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footy

(ˈfʊtɪ) or

footie

n
(Soccer) informal
a. football
b. (as modifier): footy boots.
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footy

n (Brit inf) → Fußball m
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"I don't want no more stone-ballast hove at us 'long o' your calm' Miquelon boats 'footy cochins,' same's you did off Le Have."
He said "Others may not understand but heading the coaching part of a footy club where costs are cut to the bone takes a huge commitment and loads of energy.
Name: Bailey Starkey Age at time of photo: 6 Lives: Dinnington, Newcastle Favourite player: Neymar & Messi First match: Barcelona vs Athletic Most treasured footy possession: Shorts, football.
Greene's argument is that athletics will play second fiddle to footy or, more particularly, to Team GB, which, however it is assembled, will be a manufactured affair.
"[Chairman] James Brayshaw receives quite a few text messages, good or bad, about the performance of the footy team - and some of the players [too]," Ponting admitted this week on his arrival in Melbourne for today's Essendon-North Melbourne match, at which his foundation will be the fundraising beneficiary.
2.35 Thurles Killinan Hurdle 2m6f Live on ATR Card page 38 Key stat Footy Facts has a 43% strike-rate on soft ground What they say Robert Tyner, trainer of Footy Facts and Tullintain "We're taking our chance with Footy Facts again and he came out of Sunday's race at Cork very well.
FOOTY Facts looks the stand-out bet on mundane card at Thurles.
Modern footy stars can't be bothered mustering up a decent insult.
The Noel Meade-trained Aran Concerto and Robert Tyner's Footy Facts are among six runners in the two and a half mile Grade 1 and it is impossible to look past this dazzling duo.
"I wouldn't say I would like us to be playing a Fijian style of footy, where we throw the ball around and hope for the best," said Woolford, who hopes visa paperwork will be completed towards the end of this week.