Liverpool 0 Plymouth Argyle 0 (Jan 8 2017)
Posted 10 January 2017 - 06:39 PM
"Goalie when needed"? "Rush keeper", surely?
'Goalie on the spot' when I was a kid.
Last man back.
It's "goalie when ness," surely?
Though I'm not sure all the kids playing it knew "ness" was short for necessary.
Yeah we used that one too.
Just "goalie when" for me.
Goalie in and out surely?
This was another that we occasionally used on the mean streets of Maghull.
Point of order, Mr. Chairman; it was five teenagers in the starting line-up.
We still should have picked at least one player that regularly takes free-kicks, and maybe one player with the ability to get his head on a corner.
I actually had five initially but changed it to four, because when I listed them in my head to double check, I completely forgot about Ojo.
Posted 10 January 2017 - 06:49 PM
In deference to Frank, 'goalie on the spot' was used when even the urchins were playing in top hats and stripy breeches, so he is right when using that - it is a true scouse saying. I remember my arl fella using it.
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