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Play

Informal for an investment or investment decision, especially one that becomes profitable.

play

1. An investment.
2. See direct play.
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No-one is telling the players to change anything so we have got to get through to them to start playing away as they do at home.
Their continued childish wearing of blue gives the players the impression they are playing away.
Ultimately, this young group of players have got to learn to cope with these challenges of playing away from home," he said.
Instead of playing away to Edwin SoM, they staged the reverse fixture at their Ryton headquarters after all games at Coundon Hall Park had been called off.
In those same six seasons, Premier League teams gained an average of just one corner per game more than their opponents when playing away to teams from somewhere in the Football League.
But there is no confidence in us playing away from home," he said.
Football stars have been a pray to many crooks, who tend to strike at their homes when their teams are playing away games, and possibly these burglars were not aware that Jagielka was injured.
Ahead of the previous games, I said that playing away from Wembley was helpful," he said.
The Swede believes players are struggling to overcome the psychological obstacle of playing away from home and wants them to put that right at Tottenham on Sunday.
I don't know what it is about us playing away - perhaps the pressure is off - but the lads have done tremendously well and shown a lot of determination," said boss Macauley whose side finished the campaign with a 1-1 draw at Nuneaton last Saturday.
Matchup: The Galaxy (7-7-2, 23 points) is playing away from home for the eighth time in 11 games and is coming off a 1-0 loss at San Jose on Sunday.