mid-season

mid-season

n
the middle of a season of the year or of a sporting season
adv
at the middle of a season
adj
of or at the middle of a season
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"What, my dear boy, you at London, and this the mid-season of the winter shooting?"
"Joining a club mid-season is more challenging than at the beginning of the season.
The player wanted to join us in the mid-season window but All-Stars didn't want to release him,' Jobita said.
NEWCASTLE United officials will be told the Magpies cannot stage lucrative friendlies during future mid-season breaks, which will be introduced into the Premier League from the start of the 2019/20 campaign.
LAHORE -- In an exciting move geared towards enhanced fan engagement, HBL Pakistan Super League will be introducing a mid-season trade window this year.
SHARJAH -- Pakistan Super League (PSL) will have a mid-season trade window once all teams have played four games each.
figure By PHILIP ONYANGO Ugandan international Shafiq Batambuze is among the two players SportPesa Premier League champions Gor Mahia have recruited as they look to add seven players into their playing unit ahead of the new season set for December.The 23-year-old left full back, who was with Singida United of Tanzania, joins on a two-year deal and has been described as the perfect replacement for fellow countryman Godfrey Walusimbi, who left the club mid-season for South Africa's Kaizer Chiefs, according to the club's Chief Executive Officer Lodvick Aduda.
ENGLAND captain Sean O'Loughlin has urged the game's authorities to find a replacement for next year's cancelled mid-season international against New Zealand in Denver.
FA chief executive Martin Glenn is confident it will give future England teams a better chance in major tournaments, as superpowers Spain and Germany already have a mid-season break.
"As we head into summer international tournaments in the future we are sure that this mid-season break will prove to be a valuable addition for our players.
THE Football Association (FA), Premier League and English Football League (EFL) have confirmed an annual mid-season break will be introduced from the 2019-20 season, writes Ian Mitchelmore.