kickabout

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kickabout

[ˈkɪkəbaʊt] N (Ftbl) to have a kickaboutpelotear
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LiverpoolstarMohamed Salahhelped give a group of youngsters a night they will never forget after enjoying a kickabout with them ahead of Wednesday night'sUEFA Super Cupin Istanbul.
BY ANDY LINES ChIef Reporter BORED Mackenzie O'Neill went for a beach kickabout on his own - and ended up taking on the world's best player.
Having a TOP PLAYER Barca star Lionel Messi kickabout with Messi was incredible." Footage was posted online last week of the Argentinian playing football with Thiago and three other children, including a blond schoolboy.
Martin, 35, who plays detective Steve Arnott, says strict insurance rules mean he often misses out on a kickabout.
Martin, 35, who plays detective Steve Arnott in the hit BBC drama, said strict insur- ance rules mean he often misses out on joining in a kickabout.
Gaffer Murray chatted with the Airdrie Academy pupils about his time in the Penny Cars Stadium dugout thus far before they were put through their paces during a kickabout with ex-Diamonds frontman Prunty.
The Big Kickabout will offer the chance for players to have a weekly hour-long kickabout over the course of a six-week period.
It's also for those with a disability or for 16--25s or women-only or even veterans; there's a kickabout designed specifically for all abilities.
YEAR 2 pupils from Coventry had a kickabout with Gareth Southgate when he announced the England Under-21 squad for the match at the Ricoh Arena tomorrow.
WORLD number one Rory McIlroy has revealed that he ruptured ligaments in his left ankle during a football kickabout.