technical area


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technical area

n
(Soccer) soccer the area at the side of the pitch to which managers, trainers, coaches, etc are restricted during play
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"What I will say is that I went into their technical area, and that's a no-no.
Let's face it, the technical areas are there for our enjoyment, there for the TV companies, there for manufactured drama and conflict.
But the referee said, Youre not allowed to go out of your technical area'.
The decision comes after a review of the technical area code of conduct by the stakeholders of the English game.
Just seconds earlier Ezgjan Alioski had doubled the home side's lead, slamming home at the far post and rounding off a swift attacking move, but the focus of the Elland Road faithful turned immediately to the man stood in the Boro technical area.
For the first 45 minutes, Benitez instead passed messages on to fitness coach "Paco" de Miguel Moreno, who then communicated them to assistant Mikel Antia, who was almost permanently stationed in the technical area.
The Welshman admitted after the match he had stepped out of his technical area and "reacted in a forceful manner".
A few yards away, Gers boss Mark Warburton cut a more relaxed figure, suited and booted in the technical area.
There's no way I'll take a step back in the technical area and leave my players.
"I said straight after the game that if I am going to be on the edge of the technical area I am putting myself in that situation I don't need to be in, so I am going to sit down.
There were some tense moments at the IGI Airport in New Delhi as a IAF plane crossed the runway to reach over to the technical area while a Go Air plane was about to take off for Mumbai from the same runway.
DARPA will divide the program into three technical areas that will be designed and developed separately from each other.

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