teamwise

teamwise

(ˈtiːmˌwaɪz)
adv
in respect of a team, in the manner of a team
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"I don't think that it was our best race, teamwise, which is OK.
"Teamwise, we want to get in that top four this year and look to be challenging for titles.
Teamwise, Kenya's moment of glory came in the international test match against Uganda for the Victoria Cup where Kenya beat Uganda in Entebbe to retain the title.
Teamwise, Walsall have a doubt over Belgian midfielder Flo Cuvelier while Turkish playmaker Erhun Oztumer, named in the PFA League One team of the Year, is likely to be on the bench as he is still recovering from an ankle knock.
“Modern day managers are widely embracing handy technologies to carry out routine tasks and TeamWise Android App will allow them to meet their needs effectively,” says Prateek Sharma, Director at TrogonSoft.
For the whole of the transfer window you have been crying out for new players in certain positions, we are now in a weaker position teamwise than last season, and we know what that was like, so God help us.
"I want to win, individually and teamwise, but if you can relax and have fun with it, you might see some big scores."
That was Matt Connolly's debut, playing alongside captain Mark Hudson, but, teamwise, it was a poor day for Cardiff.
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Teamwise, I am pleased that Steve Bruce is taking the competition seriously but we will have to make a couple of changes due to injuries, with Campbell coming in for Bent being the main one.
"Gavin Masterton (major shareholder) has worked hard to build this ground, teamwise we are getting stronger, and the main thing this weekend is the game against Inverness.