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“It will be a challenge to hold on to all the 11-a-side men's teams we've got, said Kelly Simmons, the FA's head of national game.”
“An alarming decline in men's 11-a-side football has not been arrested, and almost 1,650 more club sides have disappeared from the 32,000 that existed when the FA's national game strategy was launched almost four years ago.”
“The album is fleshed out with an a-side of nice contemporary pop produced by Dan Hartman and others.”
“I found Barney Ronay's recent article on "silver fox" football very interesting as I play in a veterans' 11-a-side team.”
“Consequently, the game's most dangerous attacking weapon is the mid-tackle offload: Ball carriers in the 13-a-side game are taught to draw in an opponent, thereby taking a defender out of the play, before releasing the ball at the moment of impact to free up a teammate.”
“The 4-a-side games are executed on a 22 x 16 meters court with sudden death penalty shoot-outs to break ties.”
“The confluence of the rugby union World Cup and the Super League play-offs means there is scarcely a moment in the day when you cannot watch blokes chucking a ball about – or in the case of the 15-a-side game, scrabbling around on the floor after it.”
“In Asia, with the success of the Rugby Sevens, rugby grows around that, with the 15-a-side game coming behind.”
“He was only briefly a fluorescent light which dazzled the union game – two Welsh seasons and a blinding tour for the 1950 Lions – before Leeds signed him to transform the 13-a-side code with a skip in his stride and a smile on his face.”
“Please Senator Clinton, step a-side for this country and your party.”
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