- n. Plural form of friendly.
“* U.S. backup goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann, who was not called in for these friendlies, is weighing retirement from the national team.”
“Although the Americans are 24-0-1 all-time vs. Mexico -- which traditionally relies on Americans with Mexican heritage -- the meetings in friendlies this year were tighter: 3-0 and 1-0, both in the States.”
“LFC Academy players, broken up into boys 'and girls' teams, play "friendlies" - a soccer term for scrimmages - rather than regular games, against themselves and with other programs across the state.”
“Except for the two-legged Spanish Super Cup against Real Madrid's eternal rival, Barcelona, the rest of these matches are what soccer quaintly calls friendlies.”
“Despite changes in personnel, they have kept clean sheets in their previous six matches, including friendlies, which is a national record.”
“They are Iraqis, we are assuming, because they've been checking whether they were so-called friendlies, i.e. coalition forces, or hostiles.”
“We are playing Wales at Twickenham in the first of our three warm-up "friendlies" - a term used very loosely, I assure you.”
“Opening a secondary route for assets to be moved will relieve pressure on our current single route, which is under more or less constant attack, and the sometimes dubious support we receive from so-called friendlies in the area.”
“It's a pity because we were going to experiment in the two friendlies, which is something you can't do in competitive matches.”
“To attend this month's "friendlies," Chinese paid $50 to $800 for tickets, a huge sum given that per capita income in Beijing, a leading city, is about $10,000, roughly one-quarter that of the U.S.”
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