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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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The Trojans were whistled for 10 personal fouls in the 7:59 between Floyd's technical, and the one called on Jefferson after he gestured with his hands in disagreement at his fourth foul.
Yet, if we examine the figures more closely, we will discover that the situation is even more bewildering than Wenger might have realised, because in Arsenal's games their opponents have also received approximately one card for every five fouls they have committed.
Offensive players should not leave the ground to pass and get lured into an offensive foul, especially when they have an offensive numerical advantage.
To put their assumption to the test, they analysed all fouls recorded by Impire AG in seven seasons of UEFA Champions League (32,142 fouls) and German Bundesliga (85,262 fouls), the last three FIFA World Cups (6,440 fouls).
I tell my team it is hard to foul someone who doesn't have the ball.
Celtic's 19-year-old Irish substitute Colin Healy is booked after a foul on Albertz not long after coming on.
2) Smush Parker is fouled by New York's Steve Francis, who was called for a flagrant foul.
In football - on the evidence of what has happened in the Premiership over the last two seasons - there is usually a relationship between goals supremacy, possession, fouls and bookings.
When we first started to teach drag-bunting, we would tell our players to "aim fine" and "bunt the ball perfect or foul.
I am surprised that this regulatory body would open the door to the increased use of foul and distasteful language in radio and television programming.
Players have been pulled up by the referee for a foul on Cabella 53 times so far this season - which is the equivalent of 1.
Curry, a 61 percent free-throw shooter, sank both foul shots to put the Knicks in front 98-94 with 35.